Watch Intro to WWE ‘30 YEARS of SUMMERSLAM’, See Photos of Tomorrow’s New WWE DVD Release!

August 13, 2018 by Daniel Bee

WWE '30 Years of SummerSlam' DVD - Logo kicks off SummerSlam Week with an exclusive first look at WWE’s new SummerSlam-themed Home Video release on the way in 2 weeks.

This month SummerSlam joins the rest of the “Big Four” Pay-Per-View events with a 3-disc DVD profile all of its own — “30 Years of SummerSlam” will journey through more than 8 hours and 30 minutes of unforgettable moments witnessed at the summer spectacular over three decades.

And you can get an early sneak peek at it right now!

Click here to pre-order your copy of the new “30 Years of SummerSlam” DVD.

Three decades worth of SummerSlam content will be presented by three separate hosts. WWE has filmed brand new host segments with “Mean” Gene Okerlund to cover moments between 1988 and 1998, Jonathan Coachman for moments between 2001 and 2007, and Charly Caruso for moments between 2009 and 2017.

Check out the very first screengrabs of that new material:

Gene Okerlund SummerSlam Report, WWE '30 Years of SummerSlam' DVD
Jonathan Coachman SummerSlam Report, WWE '30 Years of SummerSlam' DVD
WWE - Charly Caruso Hosting New '30 Years of SummerSlam' DVD

Grab your copy of the WWE “30 YEARS OF SUMMERSLAM” DVD…

UK/Europe: August 27th. Pre-order the SummerSlam collection right now on

United States: August 28th. Your pre-order opportunity is now live here on

Australia: October 17th. Your pre-order opportunity just went live over at

WWE Extreme Rules 2018 DVD - Photos, Front Cover

The first WWE Home Video release of August 2018 is set to officially hit U.S. stores tomorrow: Extreme Rules 2018. Let’s get a pre-release look at this 2-disc set and a freebie found inside of it!

Get hold of the same DVD pictured by clicking here to

Represented on the cover artwork are six of the most memorable matches of the night: Braun Strowman vs. Kevin Owens in a Steel Cage Match, Dolph Ziggler vs. Seth Rollins in a 30-Minute Iron Man Match, Rusev vs. AJ Styles for the WWE Championship, Nia Jax vs. Alexa Bliss for the RAW Women’s Championship, Team Hell No vs. The Bludgeon Brothers for the SmackDown Tag Team Championships, and of course Roman Reigns vs. Bobby Lashley.

The Extreme Rules 2018 DVD presents the entire near-4-hour PPV event and 5 extra features!

Special thanks to WDN reader JayJayRock206 (Jordan) for the first look photos.

WWE Extreme Rules 2018 DVD - Photos, Back Cover
WWE Extreme Rules 2018 DVD - Photos, Disc Artwork



It’s the one night of the year in WWE where the rulebook is thrown out of the window. At Extreme Rules, the only rule is… there are no rules!

WWE’s biggest Superstars collide for the first time in their careers when Roman Reigns battles Bobby Lashley one-on-one. “The Showoff” Dolph Ziggler hopes to keep the Intercontinental Championship around his waist when he defends the coveted title against Seth Rollins in a 30-Minute Iron Man Match.

The RAW Women’s Championship is on the line when champion Alexa Bliss takes on rival Nia Jax in an Extreme Rules Match. WWE Champion AJ Styles puts his title on the line during Rusev Day as he makes a title defence against Rusev.


Special Features…

Both of the matches from the Kickoff Show, plus a match and two segments from multiple RAW and SmackDown Live episodes that aired in the build up to the Extreme Rules PPV – extras list.

Free hugs! There’s trading card inside the packaging featuring Bayley.

WWE Extreme Rules 2018 DVD - With Bayley Trading Card
WWE - Bayley Trading Card Found Inside Extreme Rules 2018 DVD

Get your hands on the new WWE EXTREME RULES 2018 DVD…

United States: TOMORROW! Get your copy of Extreme Rules 2018 here on

Australia: September 19th. Pre-order Extreme Rules 2018 in time for then at

UK/Europe: October 1st. Get your copy of Extreme Rules 2018 soon via

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  1. Anan says:

    I know at this point nitpicking about it won’t change anything but really wish Survivor Series and Summerslam like the RR and WM got the True Story documentary treatment. Granted I felt the True Story docs were rushed and left some if not a lot to be desired but in any case still when it comes to topics like this imo docs the better direction to go in. They really could’ve used The Network and make a 30 Years Countdown collection or a Network special or if they really wanted to do that.

    Maybe one day all of the big 4 ppvs will get the unrushed appropriately done doc treatment they really deserve to get. And I’m really expecting and hoping Taker’s on them bc he debuted & won his first world title at SSeries, had enough SSlam moments, had some memorable RR moments including ascending in 94, returning to action in 2003 and winning in 2007, and then of course there’s WM.

  2. SCSA says:

    To be honest, that video looked quite bad for the actual Summerslam Intro vid of the set 🙁

    • Anan says:

      Haven’t seen it yet but if it’s as bad as you say it’s ok. Tbh their video packages are 99% of the time some of the constant best things about WWE so if one video package here and there is bad it’s honestly ok w/me. No one no matter how great they are at something will score a touchdown all the time simply bc that’s all a natural part of being human as no human being is created to be perfect. That means mistakes/slip ups/losses sometimes.

      • SCSA says:

        Lol! You’ve gone too far with your reply talking about touchdowns n the human body, etc!

        I’m only sticking to the topic & saying what I think of the intro video! Nonetheless I have this on pre-order & I’m not saying that I’m gonna cancel it or something just cos of a bad intro video! Ha!

        • Anan says:

          And how exactly have I “gone too far?”

          The touchdown in case u didn’t know is a football metaphor. The human body points I was talking about are simply #FACTS as the people who made the intro are just like u & I human beings w/the flaws of imperfections and therefore not scoring a home run all the time w/their product. Because of how we see wrestlers, athletes, etc on screen or live it is easy to forget that they are human beings so no I do not think I’ve gone too far. I think I’ve reminded everyone especially those who may have forgotten who it is they’re seeing.

          Stay on topic all u want. That’s good. But it’s ok to go off topic long as it doesn’t escalate into a fight. I believe Daniel Bee stated such himself in another article post. Going off topic is normal here as there’s always debates about blurays or dvds being better in addition to other off topic things often being discussed. If that was wrong we’d all be banned yet we haven’t so…

  3. Robert James Emons says:

    Received my copy of extreme rules in the mail today

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