Updates on WWE’s 2016 BROCK LESNAR DVD (Cover Art Imminent, Why No Doc?), New Blu-Ray Extras

July 13, 2016 by Daniel Bee

WWE 'Brock Lesnar: Eat. Sleep. Conquer. Repeat.' DVD - Logo

While the new “Brock Lesnar – Eat. Sleep. Conquer. Repeat.” DVD and Blu-ray is still not quite ready to pre-order, its official cover artwork is expected to be unveiled any day now!

Following the full content reveal for the DVD last week, and the Blu-ray exclusives shortly after, it became clear that WWE’s plans for a documentary main feature had been scrapped.

One speculated reason for the change is that the company is now approaching this one as an accompaniment to the upcoming WWE 2K17 video game which, by no coincidence, will be released on the same day as the DVD; October 11th, with Brock Lesnar as the cover star.

In this vein the new Home Video release, now a match compilation, can act as a “bonus” to the game, which also leaves the opportunity to produce a “Brockumentary” in the future.

We hear that WWE are putting the finishing touches to the DVD/Blu-ray’s cover right now and that the artwork will be visually similar to WWE 2K17. Stay tuned to WrestlingDVDNetwork.com.

Brock Lesnar on WWE 2K17 Video Game Cover

Release Dates for WWE’s “Brock Lesnar – Eat. Sleep. Conquer. Repeat.” DVD & Blu-ray where you are…

USA: October 11th. Look for your chance to pre-order very soon on Amazon.com.

UK/Europe: October 17th. Look for your chance to pre-order very soon on Amazon.co.uk.

Australia: TBA. Look for your chance to pre-order very soon at Madman.com.au.

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Here’s a pre-release glimpse of the Blu-ray, along with a look at its extras and their runtimes.

WWE Extreme Rules 2016 Blu-ray - UK Exclusive

Dean Ambrose Destroys Chris Jericho’s $15,000 Jacket (07:07)
Monday Night RAW • May 9, 2016

Sami Zayn & Cesaro vs. The Miz & Kevin Owens (13:56)
SmackDown • May 12, 2016

WWE Extreme Rules 2016 Blu-ray Extra - Dean Ambrose Destroys Chris Jericho's $15,000 Jacket

WWE Extreme Rules 2016 Blu-ray Extra - Sami Zayn & Cesaro vs. The Miz & Kevin Owens; SmackDown

WWE Womens Championship Contract Signing (13:26)
Monday Night RAW • May 16, 2016

Roman Reigns vs. Luke Gallows (12:53)
SmackDown • May 19, 2016

WWE Extreme Rules 2016 Blu-ray Extra - Women's Championship Contract Signing

WWE Extreme Rules 2016 Blu-ray Extra - Roman Reigns vs. Luke Gallows; SmackDown

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  1. RabidHeat says:

    Of course, Monty would not buy a documentary set on Brock anyway, since he can just read about Brock’s career on Wikipedia.

    • Monty says:

      Are u gonna cry now? I’ll get a box of tissues for u

      • RabidHeat says:

        Lol, if I cry it’ll be through laughter. Your preference to read web pages over watch a DVD (yet still come on a website where people discuss DVDs) is hilarious.

    • Ivan Jouban says:

      @RabidHeat: I saw your previous posts on the scott hall dvd review and you said it was a cheapskate move for monty to not buy the dvd. if he doesn’t want to spend money on it then u can’t force him to but don’t go and start attacking him because he doesn’t agree with you. that’s just a cheapskate move.

      • RabidHeat says:

        Firstly, how is attacking him a “cheapskate” move when money isn’t involved? I don’t understand the logic. Please explain where “cheap” comes into that…

        Secondly, attacking him I was not. I was pointing out that it’s ridiculous to come on a DVD talk website and proclaim that it’s better to just read Wikipedia than buy a DVD. If there was any sense in that, then he could ALWAYS just read Wikipedia, and not clog up this board with comments about the uselessness of DVDs.

        • Ivan Jouban says:

          Well keep the negative stuff to yourself then. Nobody cares about your moaning all because someone didn’t agree with you on something. He knows scott hall’s downfall story without buying his dvd. Well big whoop. You’re acting like he committed a serious crime and losing sleep over it.

          Stop acting childish and keep your negative comments to yourself.

  2. Brad Attitude says:

    It would’ve been nice if they added his wrestling matches in Japan from 2005 and 2006 as bluray extras than the boring matches he had from 2012 and onwards.

    • RCS1988 says:

      They don’t need to be Blu-ray extras.

    • Ruthless.Attitude.Eras.4Life says:

      WWE own the rights to these Japan matches??

      While many of his matches were pretty one-sided for most part of the match-time, it showed so freakin’ well what a dominating beast he is. + the birth of Supplex City, Biatch.

      Since 2012, my interest in following and especially collecting whole years PPV’s have decreased more and more from that year and up untill now. Only real interesting charachters have been Punk and Brock.

      So I welcome this almost complete collection of the Pain’s ppv matches; just wish the Summerslam ’15 match against the Deadman was on there and could have lived with out the 9.99$’s Network-event squash’s..those are indeed boring and pointless.

      • Anan says:

        That’s just it. I don’t think they do. But then again, they may not have to. If I remember them correctly, Punk & Bryan’s sets contained pre-WWE footage of their indy days.Not sure if there were any actual indy matches though. AJ’s podcast with Austin covered TNA and they showed pics of his time in TNA despite them not having the rights to TNA’s library.

        If a deal of some sort could be reached between WWE and Japan, then maybe Brock’s Japan matches will be on a future set. If I were Japan, I’d make a deal that saw The Bullet Club and/or Nakamura appearing on one of my biggest shows in exchange for Brock’s Japan matches.

        • Ruthless.Attitude.Eras.4Life says:

          don’t think that Vince would pay the amount that likely is much much higher than the amount for showing “just” seconds of stills or very very few seconds of actual film. And the owner of the material should really demand a high price.

          • Brad Attitude says:

            Don’t think they do but it didn’t stop them from paying a little to get a few early chris benoit matches from Japan to add to his 2004 dvd set.

      • Jeff Copeland says:

        the taker 2015 match is on the best of 2015 and lesnar loses so i dought they would want that match on there i think there cell 2015 match is on there so that makes up for it.

        • Ruthless.Attitude.Eras.4Life says:

          Best of PPV 2015 is a DVD low-fi quality only release.. 🙁 and it is hardly a reason to ommit a great match, that the profile person on the release looses.. besides, the Angle match from SS 2003 is on there.

          I’m not interested in the SS 2015 match anyway, if it blurred anyway, which it problaly is. I just hope, that they put it on the future Undertaker release and that it will be complete free of edit and blurring, so that great story telling can be intact.

  3. Jeff Copeland says:

    hua i still think they could of made a bio for this.

    cause now this is pretty much pointless unless you don’t have 2012 remade version of 03 release of here comes the pain.

    only difference was they updated it with few matches so really this release is pointless unless your a big wwe bluray/dvd collector or a big lesnar fan.

    other then that this might be one of the most pointless dvd’s being released in a few years since that one with entrance music with fandango on the cover

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