TRAILER for SummerSlam ’92 – 30th Anniversary, SummerSlam 2022 DVD Update, Free Posters?

July 31, 2022 by Daniel Bee

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With SummerSlam 2022 in the history books, we now anticipate the DVD release of the event, which is scheduled to hit US stores on August 30th, following to UK fans on both DVD and Blu-ray formats September 19th.

Pre-order SummerSlam 2022 on DVD with recently revealed an exclusive early look at the intended DVD cover artwork. This front cover made use of a variant of the Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar promotional poster, as shown again below:

WWE SummerSlam 2022 DVD - Official Box Artwork

This has stuck according to the latest cover shot — the same Roman Reigns and Brock Lesnar design but with a few adjustments made, such as background tweaks and the “2022” font changed and made larger, and as expected the “Roman Reigns” and “Brock Lesnar” text has been removed, with DVD and “2-disc set” logos now added.

Here’s the updated cover artwork:

WWE SummerSlam 2022 DVD - Front Cover, Final Design

With the UK PLE Clash at the Castle now on the horizon, that means the celebratory SummerSlam 1992 – 30th Anniversary Edition release is nearly here too!

SummerSlam 1992 was the UK’s last stadium show and exactly 30 years later the event will be commemorated with a special DVD and Blu-ray re-release, packing in some juicy extras along with it.

Check out a new teaser trailer (featuring some soundbites from Vince McMahon):

The SummerSlam 1992 – 30th Anniversary Edition DVD/Blu-ray is only £9.99 on

July saw not one but two WWE PLEs release on DVD, in both the US and the UK:

  • WrestleMania Backlash 2022
  • Hell in a Cell 2022

Let’s take a look at both new DVDs with some photos.

WWE included a large event poster free inside the Hell in a Cell 2022 DVD in the US — thanks to WDN readers TheDVDFreak, Timothy Thorpe and Scott Bowers for sending word.

WWE Hell in a Cell 2022 Event Poster, Free Inside HIAC DVD Release

It’s possible WWE are now going this route with free posters in each new DVD (in place of trading cards that recently came to an end) but time will tell.


Hell in a Cell 2022

WWE Hell in a Cell 2022 DVD - Photos, Front Cover
WWE Hell in a Cell 2022 DVD - Photos, Back Cover
WWE Hell in a Cell 2022 DVD - Photos, Inside Packaging with Free Poster


WrestleMania Backlash 2022

WWE WrestleMania Backlash 2022 DVD - Photos, Front Cover
WWE WrestleMania Backlash 2022 DVD - Photos, Back Cover
WWE WrestleMania Backlash 2022 DVD - Photos, Disc Artwork

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  1. Great share! This post is very useful.

  2. RabidHeat says:

    I never quite understand the point of a poster that’s already been folded in 9 places.

    • GOAT says:

      Does this guy ever post anything positive?

      • RabidHeat says:

        Okay then, sorry:

        Its just fantastic that this poster is folded into 9 squares; the crease marks will make it look even better on somebody’s wall.

        • LP1 says:

          Do you not remember the days of poster magazines? Music, movies, television, they all released magazines with folded posters like that and they sold like crazy. The WWF even had a magazine series in the early 90s called WWF Posters, with about 4 different full sized posters inside.

  3. ppv collector says:

    I hope that behind the poster, can include the match of that ppv in it which more easiler to reference what matches are in.

  4. RCS1988 says:

    Any word if the legends segment is on the as it happened version of Summerslam 92?

  5. Timothy J Thorpe says:

    I was glad to help on the news of the poster coming with the dvd.

  6. whut says:

    only downside to the Hell in a Cell poster is that it’s worse than the dvd cover artwork.

  7. BAS says:

    My only guess as to why we haven’t gotten cards with the DVDs is because Topps is done making WWE cards. Whenever Panini starts their first series of WWE cards, we’ll probably see them again. But I honestly prefer the posters over the cards, if they were to include bonus items. The cards weren’t ever really official trading cards anyway, they were just promotional items for a set that was to be released later in the year. It’s not like they were their own series like the cards that came out exclusively to the big 4 PPV DVDs that we saw in ’07-’08 that were Best Buy exclusive.