Exclusive: Two Matches Confirmed for WWE ‘John Cena: Greatest Rivalries’ DVD

August 22, 2014 by Daniel Bee

John Cena as WWE World Heavyweight Champion

The first two planned matches for “John Cena: Greatest Rivalries” can now be revealed!

The new DVD and Blu-ray hits stores in October, timed to coincide with the release of the WWE 2K15 video game at the end of October. It will be a match compilation and will also feature a new interview with John Cena discussing his career, matches and opponents.


“John Cena – Greatest Rivalries” is planned to hit the UK & Europe first on October 13th. The DVD/Blu-ray will be available to pre-order from WWEDVD.co.uk in the coming weeks.


Number One Contender’s Tournament Match for the WWE Championship
John Cena vs. Eddie Guerrero
SmackDown • April 3, 2003

— John Cena vs. CM Punk
Raw • November 23, 2009

WWE John Cena Greatest Rivalries DVD Cover


Get your “John Cena – Greatest Rivalries” DVD/Blu-ray…
UK/Europe: Pre-order soon from WWEDVD.co.uk for October 13th.

USA: Pre-order it now here on Amazon.com for October 14th.

Australia: Pre-order now from WWEDVD.com.au for December 3rd.

Get it on Amazon
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“OMG! The Top 50 Incidents in WCW History” will be released to fans in the UK and Europe this Monday. If that’s you, get hold of the DVD or Blu-ray now here at WWEDVD.co.uk.

Below is a first look at the UK’s Blu-ray version and a new preview clip.

WWE OMG! Top 50 Incidents in WCW History Blu-ray

A few notes coming out of Amazon. As reported, the “Collector’s Edition” Randy Savage Story box set went up on Amazon here with a $83.30 price tag. That’s now increased to $109.99.

Several WDN readers sent word that Amazon Canada had the box set listed for only $21.50 (CDN), assumed to be a temporary error in pricing, but that pre-orders were taken at that price. The price has now been raised to $90.81 (CDN). Also, noteworthy for Australian fans, the Randy Savage box set is listed for only $18.95 (AUD) on WWEDVD.com.au right now.

Amazon’s listing for “The Attitude Era Vol. 2” on Blu-ray looks to have disappeared or been replaced. However, the DVD listing remains here. We expect this to be a temporary issue only as other information we received confirmed a planned Blu-ray edition for the title.

WWE The Attitude Era Volume 2 DVD Logo

New WWE DVDs on Amazon.co.uk

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  1. Foster says:

    I never thought i would say this but I felt sorry for jhon vena getting beat up by Brock lesner . Not wanting to sign a Kurt angle, Goldberg, bobby lashley is crazy. Who wouldn’t want to see angle and lesner westle one more match.triple H is killing the wwe and it’s the fan who are paying the price

  2. Steven says:

    I would rather have cena vs guerrero parking lot brawl match from smackdown.

  3. Vincenzzzzzo says:

    Unlike most fans, I actually like Cena and am looking forward to this release. Say what you want about him but he’s had some great matches with alot of different wrestlers over the years. John Cena vs CM Punk should have headlined WM29 for example. Those two had awesome matches.

    • attitude.era.4life says:

      I agree.. Punk is the opponent that brought out the best in Cena.. while I am far from being a fan of Cena’s, I do love some of his matches, like the Bragging Rights ’09 Iron man, the Last man standing from RR ’07 against Umaga is awesome too..

      I respect the charity work he and wwe extends, no doubt about it.. I just wish they would seperate it totally from the wrestling world, which is why I never intend to own a Cena doc.

      A bit out of topic, and yet it is not:

      Cena had a handicap match against Team RKO at a show in Milano, Italy in 2007..that is where Santino has his debut, winning the IC belt from Umaga.. anybody seen that match..anyone have that Silvervision special release on dvd? I did’nt manage to buy a copy before they went out of business..it is the only release I am missing in collection.. 🙁

  4. attitude.era.4life says:

    I would buy the Cena set, if the Anything goes Iron man match from Bragging Rights 2009 is on there…and only if that match would not be released on possible future sets like Best of Iron Man Match compilation or the ppv will get a Bluray treatment.

    • David says:

      I wouldn’t be surprised if the Iron Man with Orton is a Blu-ray exclusive. I think if it was in the main feature, the amount of matches would suffer – similar to the HHH DVD, which only had 12 matches.

      With entrances and post-match its nearly 70 minutes and they could probably fit 2-3 more matches in replacement.

      • attitude.era.4life says:

        I follow you there, David.. what was more suffering than the doc for Thy kingdom come was the low count of matches due to the iron man epic…and of course the politics, that a disc should not be filled to the max…it’s appearently best for business..

        so, I agree.. that long matches should be bluray extras..seeing it in that view. I really wish they would release that epic conclusion of his feud with Orton on Bluray, but more so, the whole ppv, along with rest of 2009 and 2008 ppvs especially.

        • LP1 says:

          It wasn’t really a conclusion to their feud. They were still fighting for the Title last December.

          • attitude.era.4life says:

            at the build up to Bragging Rights Iron man match in 2009, one of Cena’s promo line was:

            “This is how we END this: with a Iron man match.”

            The december 2013 “feud” was a joke in my mind and a perfect example how wwe these days have run out of creativity:

            they re-used the angle from 2007, where Orton attackted Cena’s dad, to a point where it was ridiclious copying that story line.

            And a TLC match to unify the titles sounds great…but Orton and especially not Cena are those typically TLC-gladiators, which very much was showcased in that december match. But, sure..it was still way better than their “disaster-piece” at Royal Rumble this year..I did enjoy the crowds reaction though, cos they were giving them the Brock/Goldberg treatment…and rightfully so, I might add.

            Respect though, for the way they handled the crowds reaction. But, to call those 2 matches a continuation of their feud…6-7 years after their last one-on-one match, I would not see it that way.

            I guess, it was a descion from wwe to have the 2 most experienced full-time characters to feud over the new title…which I do understand, from a historic point..it was just not very well put in motion…nor was it well recieved from a majority of the fans.

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