UPDATED WWE Royal Rumble 2021 DVD & Blu-Ray Cover Artwork – Change Made, Extras Revealed

February 13, 2021 by Daniel Bee

Change to WWE Royal Rumble 2021 DVD & Blu-ray Cover Artwork

Ready to Rumble! The Home Video release of Royal Rumble 2021 now has product listings on Amazon in both the USA and the UK; lock in your pre-order here on Amazon.com or Amazon.co.uk in time for March.

Since the original reveal of the cover artwork earlier this month, there’s been a change. The finalized artwork, shown below courtesy of WWE Home Video UK, reveals Jey Uso has been removed from the front cover of the DVD — this is because he doesn’t feature in its content.

He’s been replaced by Kevin Owens, who competed at this year’s Royal Rumble for the Universal Championship against Roman Reigns in a Last Man Standing Match.

Keith Lee, however, remains on the cover artwork because he actually does appear in the extras (which we’ll get to), while Kofi Kingston remains on there too because he showed up on the night of the Rumble in a backstage segment.

WWE Royal Rumble 2021 DVD - Official Box Artwork

Check out the full content listing for the Royal Rumble DVD, including four extras:



Ready to Rumble

WWE Championship Match
Drew McIntyre vs. Goldberg

SmackDown Women’s Championship Match
Sasha Banks vs. Carmella

All Jokes Aside

A Live Performance from Bad Bunny

30-Woman Royal Rumble Match

Not on the A-List

The 24/7 Panelist

Universal Championship Last Man Standing Match
Roman Reigns vs. Kevin Owens


WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship Match
Charlotte Flair & Asuka vs. Nia Jax and Shayna Baszler
(Royal Rumble Kickoff Show)

Disc 1 runtime (approx.): 3 hours and 3 minutes



30-Man Royal Rumble Match


WWE Championship Match
Drew McIntyre vs. Keith Lee
RAW • January 4, 2021

— Roman Reigns & Adam Pearce Contract Signing
SmackDown • January 15, 2021

— Tamina vs. Natalya
WWE Backstage • January 30, 2021

Disc 2 runtime (approx.): 1 hours and 44 minutes

WWE Royal Rumble 2021 DVD - Back Cover Artwork
WWE Royal Rumble 2021 DVD - Content & Extras List

As reported, fans in the UK and Germany will be treated to a Blu-ray edition of Royal Rumble 2021 in addition to the standard DVD. The Blu-ray will be a single-disc offering and feature the same content as listed above.

Here’s a look at the Blu-ray box artwork. You may notice both the DVD and Blu-ray have the two Royal Rumble winners, Edge and Bianca Belair, on their spine artwork.

WWE Royal Rumble 2021 Blu-ray - Official Box Artwork

Grab your copy of the WWE ROYAL RUMBLE 2021 DVD (or Blu-ray)…

United States: March 2nd. Pre-order your Rumble 2021 DVD now here on Amazon.com.

UK/Europe: March 22nd. Pre-order your Rumble 2021 DVD now on Amazon.co.uk.

Australia: April 21st. Your pre-order opportunity is available now via Madman.com.au.

The latest physical media to hit stores from WWE is the TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs 2020 DVD. It’s in stores now across the United States and Canada!

UK fans, TLC will officially release to you this coming Monday! Fans down under in Australia will have to wait a little while longer until March.

A special thanks goes out to WDN readers “Relaxing Ghost” and “TheDVDFreak” for sharing the photos and the video look at the new TLC DVD that you see here.

Inside the packaging of the North American version you should find a Topps trading card featuring Asuka.

WWE TLC 2020 DVD - Photos, Front Cover
WWE TLC 2020 DVD - Photos, Back Cover


On the one night of the year where tables are broken, chairs are bent and ladders are mangled, Roman Reigns defends his place as The Head of the Table against Kevin Owens in a TLC Match for the Universal Championship. Randy Orton tries to settle unfinished business when he battles “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt in a Firefly Inferno Match.

In the second TLC Match of the evening, The Scottish Warrior battles The Phenomenal One when Drew McIntyre puts his WWE Championship on the line against AJ Styles. “The Untouchable” Carmella looks to regain the SmackDown Women’s Championship from “The Boss” Sasha Banks. Plus more!

It’s not tender love and care: it’s tables, ladders and chairs!

REVEALED: Full Content Listing for WWE’s TLC 2020 DVD…

WWE TLC 2020 DVD - With Free Asuka Trading Card
WWE TLC 2020 DVD - Red Disc Artwork
WWE - Asuka Topps Trading Card Free Inside TLC 2020 DVD

Get your hands on WWE’s TABLES, LADDERS & CHAIRS 2020 DVD…

United States: AVAILABLE NOW! Get the new TLC DVD now here on Amazon.com.

UK/Europe: OUT MONDAY! Pre-order the new TLC DVD over on Amazon.co.uk.

Australia: March 17th. Your pre-order opportunity is available now via Madman.com.au.

New WWE DVDs on Amazon.co.uk

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  1. Bill says:

    Wow they actually put the matches on the back cover this time

  2. whut says:

    nothing new to say here, I’ll get this on bluray despite not being overly fond of the event.

    (but since I want to support the format, I’ll keep buying every release)

  3. Thomas Dorchak says:

    Love that they are getting back around to adding more extras on the 2 disc sets. Lets hope this continues.

  4. How about a Best of Facepaint wrestlers of all time… BLU-RAY…

    Ultimate Warrior, Demolition, Sting, Legion of Doom, Great Muta, Jeff Hardy, Usos, Papa Shango, Boogeyman, Powers of Pain, etc.

    • RabidHeat says:

      Well if the only BluRays being made at this point are the Big 4 (and only in Europe) then they’re hardly going to do a Face Paint wrestlers BluRay, are they?

    • MikeS_87 says:

      I’m glad you don’t have a job in the home video department at WWE. They’ve put out some flimsy releases in the past but a “best of face paint wrestlers” DVD/Blu-Ray would easily be the lamest of the lot.

      I’d be interested to hear your thoughts on how they could possibly make that even the slightest bit intriguing to the point where people would actually be convinced to buy it.

      • RabidHeat says:

        Yeah, apparently this guy thinks wearing face paint = great matches and talent.

      • Do some more drugs while your at it knowledgeless idiots…

        You obviously know nothing about wrestling…

        This is why the wrestling industry is going to hell because of losers like you that have a trash mouth.

        Your probably in your 20s…

  5. David says:

    I didn’t watch the Rumble and I really don’t plan to anytime soon but read the results and I’m so glad they gave young up and comers Edge the win and next big star Goldberg main event title matches…THAT is how you build stars. Everyone busting their ass all year during a pandemic risking their health to line up Vince’s pockets and they push a retired guy made of glass right into the main event and another who can’t even work a match without gassing. Goldberg couldn’t work match in WCW and still can’t 20 years later. Typical Vince, just creates band aids for short term gain instead of fixing the product. I’m sure Undertaker is going to be Vince’s speed dial when he needs someone else to boost viewership when its int he toilet again post-WM or how about having Legends reunion RAW part 70050…that will fix everything!

    I’m actually glad I don’t even watch the current product…waste of time. If I need to get caught up, I can just read the results or catch the highlights on Youtube on what interests me and won’t miss anything. I want WWE to get better but they won’t even bother fixing if others continue to reward this company with mediocrity.

    • RabidHeat says:

      While you make good points, you’re being a bit selective by complaining about Goldberg being booked at all as being a bad thing, when going into the event people were complaining because they thought he would win. Goldberg then didn’t win and instead further elevated Drew (who beat him in dominant fashion), which was great, but then people are still complaining that Goldberg was on the show at all? I mean… I dunno what to tell you.

    • LP1 says:

      They made Bianca Belair a star. She lasted almost an hour and won the Rumble. Plus Goldberg lost a 5 minute opening match and put over the younger World Champion. But that doesn’t fit your narrative I guess.

  6. Andemoine Winrow says:

    Yeah, glad they cut Jey Uso out the picture and added Kevin Owens. This makes the third ”ROYAL RUMBLE” event to run over 4 hours. The 2019 edition has both this and last year’s beat by running 4 hours and 40=something minutes.

  7. RabidHeat says:

    Bit odd to mention the Kickoff match in the passage of text/blurb on the back rather than Banks/Carmella. I know they often list the pre-show match separately but that must be the first time the Kickoff show match has been mentioned in the actual synopsis.

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