What’s New With WWE DVDs? Extreme Rules 2022 & ‘Taker Cover Art, New Releases, Coloured Cases!

October 20, 2022 by Daniel Bee

WWE Home Video 2022 Logo

Long time, no see! So, what’s new in the world of WWE DVDs?

A complete full-year schedule of WWE DVDs and Blu-rays on the way for the remainder of 2022 in both the US and the UK is available:

WWE DVD Release Dates

No confirmation yet on WWE’s plans for DVDs in 2023 but we’ve had a couple of positive signs on that (like the huge success of SummerSlam 1992 – 30th Anniversary Edition which saw it become one of Fremantle’s biggest ever sellers), so we believe all to be well as it stands.

The next PLE to DVD now has cover artwork – check out the front and back covers finalized for Extreme Rules 2022 below, which is scheduled for release to the US on November 8th.

Interestingly, Bray Wyatt’s return to WWE at Extreme Rules is not directly given away by the artwork, though Wyatt’s new mask is shown on the back cover, so it is hinted.

WWE Extreme Rules 2022 DVD - Official Box Artwork
WWE Extreme Rules 2022 DVD - Back Cover Artwork

Cover artwork was unveiled this week for “Undertaker: The Complete WrestleMania Collection”.

As speculated here on the site, the cover is based off the design the prior coffin-shaped box set had. The new 6-disc DVD set adds in the ‘Taker matches that have took place since. It’s releasing to fans in the UK next month, with pre-orders available now here on Amazon.co.uk.

The new releases of late include SummerSlam 2022, a 2-disc DVD set with 1 hour and 30 minutes of special features (also available on Blu-ray as an exclusive to the UK and Germany).

In the US, the SummerSlam DVD includes a Brock Lesnar Fathead. Thanks to Jordan for the photos!

WWE SummerSlam 2022 DVD - Photos, Front & Back Cover Artwork
WWE SummerSlam 2022 DVD - Photos, Disc Artwork & Brock Lesnar Fathead

A ‘stunner’ of a UK/European exclusive landed this month with “Austin 3:16: Best of Stone Cold Steve Austin”, complete with a free poster for those who pre-ordered from WWEDVD.co.uk.

YouTubers WrestlingMedia and Beatdown Bunny give us a look at the DVD and poster in these videos:

And Clash at the Castle 2022 has hit stores in the US too, which is about to follow this Monday to fans in the UK and include an exclusive Blu-ray edition that has extras!

WrestlingDVDNetwork.com has received word that the UK’s Clash at the Castle DVD will come in two different coloured cases – red and green. For pre-orders online this will likely be a random selection, though you may get the choice if you pick up the DVD in store. The coloured case idea is similar to the recent SummerSlam 1992 release which you’ll recall had an orange case.

The Clash DVD in the US includes a free sticker that features Roman Reigns and Drew McIntyre. There’s a few pics below, with thanks to Devin!

WWE Clash at the Castle 2022 DVD - Photos, Front & Back Cover Artwork
WWE Clash at the Castle 2022 DVD - Photos, Packaging & Disc Artwork
Roman Reigns & Drew McIntyre Sticker Free Inside WWE Clash at the Castle 2022 DVD!

Grab your copy of the WWE CLASH AT THE CASTLE DVD or Blu-ray…

United States: NOW! Get the Clash at the Castle 2022 DVD here on Amazon.com.

UK/Europe: MONDAY! Pre-order the Clash DVD or Blu-ray now on Amazon.co.uk.

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  1. WWE PPV collector says:

    Does anyone know extreme rules 2022 DVD have any extras???

  2. RabidHeat says:

    I literally go to Amazon UK for cover reveals now, rather than WDN. They’ve had the front and back cover for Crown Jewel up for a few days now and still nothing here. Same with at least the last two PLEs.

    • Daniel Bee says:

      Do better, Daniel, do better.

      I hear ya. For most of our early/exclusive cover reveals we used a US source and still do. Fremantle in the UK are just quicker 9 times out of 10 these days, so that happens. Fremantle have more WWE DVD releases than the US too, so more artwork to show.

  3. RabidHeat says:

    Just watched the Clash at the Castle Drew/Fury sing off and ‘Don’t Look Back In Anger’ was cut!

    I knew they wouldn’t pay the rights for both songs.

  4. RabidHeat says:

    Damn, I remember when Kross/Drew was rumoured to main event the show a while back, as a potential #1 contenders match to Roman’s title. Fast forward to the DVD release and it didn’t even make the 4 matches on the front cover, lol.

  5. RCS1988 says:

    Hopefully this means possible Unreleased Match sets. There needs to be a sequel to WWE Unreleased 1986-1995 as well as unreleased sets on Undertaker, Warrior, Hogan, etc.

    • Andre Jobke says:

      I will take that as well

    • Andre Jobke says:

      I will take that as well, especially Undertaker

    • RabidHeat says:

      I seriously doubt it as I don’t think WWE will ever go to the effort of compiling match compilations from the vaults with segments filmed in between etc. purely for DVD ever again. They’ll release PPVs and anything they can simply lift from the Network straight onto a disc “as is”, like the Stone Cold programme or the Ruthless Aggression series, but DVD being the “go-to” for exclusive, new content (other than PPVs) just seems to not be worth their time anymore.

      Also, any non-PPV release now almost seems to have be centred around either a bonafide megastar from the past (SCSA), a main event current superstar (Drew) or the Attitude Era i.e. only stuff they know will still sell enough. And I get it, the world is just going that way. It’s amazing that WWE DVDs are still around in any form, tbh. I wouldn’t have thought they’d even still be releasing the B-PPVs by this point and just maybe the big four or just WrestleMania.

      I just don’t see them ever doing an unreleased match comp again, even for a huge star like ‘Taker, as it was such a niche thing, especially with the lack of commentary on the matches. I mean I have those sets and in truth they were a one-time watch curiosity for me. I literally never re-watch them as they’re not a pleasant watch.

      • AJKing says:

        I can see where you are coming from. And I agree. We will probably only get releases from now on, that will be taken from the Network and be put on disc 1:1. My wish for a Takeover box-set has been existing for years, because Black & Gold is very special to me, as it brought back my love for professional wrestling / sports-entertainment, that had slowly went away after the Monday Night Wars. With Vince in charge and how he treated / misused / ignored Black & Gold, I had already given up any hope for a Takeover box-set. But now with Hunter in charge and Black & Gold being acknowledged and mentioned on TV and more people being made aware of it, my hope has returned. Hey, it can be taken 1:1 from the Network and be put on disc. So it fits the requirement 😉 but of course I can see, that it will probably never happen

    • DDT says:

      I just want WCW unrealeased. We had ECW unrealeased but never WCW. I very much doubt I will ever get it. The last WCW realeses were along time ago. Wargames, best of sting and best of wcw on ppv if I remember.

    • whut says:

      the takeaway could also be that rereleases of legendary ppvs might sell well.

      (e.g. a WrestleMania X-Seven bluray?)

      • AJKing says:

        I can very well see that…and WM X7 on Blu-ray would be an instant buy

        • whut says:

          of course I’d figure only a very, very few ppvs would even be up for debate for such rerelease.

          SummerSlam 1992, being the only “real” WWE/F ppv in the UK? (in front of one of the biggest crowds they ever had) sure. … also, keep in mind that SummerSlam 1992 never even had a proper standalone release before.

          but, for example, SummerSlam 1993? no way.

          (also what might speak against some Manias, including X-Seven, is that they have rereleased the Manias 14 to 22 (as well as 24) not that long ago)

  6. Andre Jobke says:

    With Triple H now in charge of creative, I am again praying for a huge boxset, that contains all 36 Black & Gold Takeovers.

    • Might Guy says:

      Yes, because leading creative means he’s in charge of DVD/Blu-ray releases…

    • Timothy J Thorpe says:

      I’d settle for at least more dvds to be released in the states next year.

    • RabidHeat says:

      I seriously don’t think HHH is gonna believe that would sell well. Of course all of us here would like that, but we’re collectors. We’re a tiny proportion of WWE’s bottom line. I guess it could be an exclusive limited to somewhere, but meh. 36 discs (at least) would come with huge production costs.

      • BAS says:

        Especially when you consider how much it would probably cost to either make a double sided disc or a dual layer disc for Stand & Deliver ’21 with that being a two night event, if not make it 37 discs. Hard to speculate a hypothetical scenario that isn’t remotely close to likely anyway, but there’s multiple factors to consider for the production costs when considering how they did Stand & Deliver.

    • DDT says:

      I think the more realistic request would be a new NXT best of set to cover 2019-2021 but I doubt we ever get that,.. I might watch my best of NXT 2018 and 2017 sets.