This time last week it was all about to kick off in Cardiff for WWE Clash at the Castle.
And now, WrestlingDVDNetwork.com is excited to reveal the front and back cover artwork finalized today for the US version of the Clash at the Castle 2022 DVD!
The cover makes use of the promotional poster artwork featuring WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns and Drew McIntyre, with some modifications – such as the Clash at the Castle logo moved up to the top of the design and that logo tweaked so that it is more horizontal to fit in the space.
Liv Morgan and Shayna Baszler, who battled over the SmackDown Women’s Championship at the UK’s first stadium show in 30 years, will appear on the spine of the DVD’s artwork.
Clash at the Castle will be a single-disc release on DVD in all regions. However, a Blu-ray edition of the event that we reported on in early August will have room for additional content. WWE Home Video UK revealed today that the Blu-ray, exclusive to the UK and Germany, will include the Kickoff (pre-show) match and around 2 hours more extras!
Here's the official artwork for the Clash at the Castle DVD & Blu-ray! The Blu-ray edition will feature the Kick Off Show match + 2 hours of EXCLUSIVE extras! 🏰⚔️🇬🇧🏴 pic.twitter.com/6LKOQuPYfO
— WWE Home Video UK (@WWEHomeVideoUK) September 9, 2022
CLASH AT THE CASTLE 2022
Undisputed WWE Universal Champion Roman Reigns battles to keep his throne against number one contender Drew McIntyre. In a match filled with WWE’s heaviest hitters, Sheamus goes head-to-head with Gunther for the Intercontinental Championship.
SmackDown Women’s Champion Liv Morgan fights to keep her winning ways alive against “The Submission Magician” Shayna Baszler. Damage CTRL (Bayley, IYO SKY and Dakota Kai) takes on Bianca Belair, Asuka and Alexa Bliss in Six-Woman Tag Team action. In a heated grudge match, Matt Riddle faces Seth “Freakin” Rollins. Edge teams up with Rey Mysterio to exact their revenge on The Judgment Day.
Plus more! WWE’s bravest warriors descend upon Cardiff, Wales, to Clash at the Castle.
WWE’s Clash at the Castle 2022 DVD can be pre-ordered in the United States for October 4th by clicking here to Amazon.com.
The UK gets both a DVD and a Blu-ray edition on October 24th – pre-order yours via Amazon.co.uk.
The new SummerSlam 1992 – 30th Anniversary Edition release is already a huge success!
We’ve received word that SummerSlam ’92 made it to the Top 5 in the UK Video Charts (based on units sold of DVDs and Blu-rays) last week, the first week of the title’s release. The Blu-ray edition reached No.3 in the Blu-ray Chart behind only Lightyear and The Batman.
This result is significant for Fremantle, the licensee for WWE Home Video in the UK, as it is their highest chart position ever for WWE in the 10 years they have held the license. Prior to this, the milestone had been a No.6 spot for WrestleMania 30 back in 2014. As for the numbers in physical stores, SummerSlam ’92 is Fremantle’s best week 1 over-the-counter sales number since WrestleMania 34 in 2018.
Looking specifically at the Blu-ray edition, which appears to have outsold its DVD counterpart, the SummerSlam 1992 – 30th Anniversary Edition Blu-ray is remarkably now Fremantle’s best-selling WWE Blu-ray of all time!
Before this, the WrestleMania 31 Blu-ray held that top spot. Keep in mind, SummerSlam ’92 has already managed to beat that title in numbers sold and all other WWE Blu-rays that have been out and selling for years (and this one has only been available since August 29th, 2022).
SummerSlam 1992 – 30th Anniversary Edition is still only £9.99 to grab on Amazon.co.uk, whether you choose the DVD or Blu-ray version. Check out our review.
More stunning WWE DVD cover artwork was unveiled this week!
A New WWE “Best of Stone Cold” DVD Will Close Out 2022, Joining Undertaker’s Complete Collection
WrestlingDVDNetwork.com reported that a new Stone Cold Steve Austin DVD was about hit the 2022 WWE Home Video schedule in the UK — “Austin 3:16: Best of Stone Cold Steve Austin”. Now there’s official cover artwork to prove it, and a confirmed runtime of 3 hours and 16 minutes – yeah, it’s timed exactly at 3:16!
Lock in a pre-order for October, also just £9.99, here on Amazon.co.uk.
AUSTIN 3:16 – BEST OF STONE COLD STEVE AUSTIN
When the glass shatters, “Stone Cold” Steve Austin strikes. This collection features The Rattlesnake’s definitive matches and moments from his storied career, including battling Bret “Hit Man” Hart at WrestleMania 13, brawling with Booker T in a supermarket and stunningly defying Mr. McMahon. So kick back, open a cold can of Steveweiser and enjoy the greatest Stone Cold matches and moments including:
– WrestleMania 13
“Stone Cold” Steve Austin vs. Bret “Hit Man” Hart
– WrestleMania XIV
“Stone Cold” Steve Austin vs. Shawn Michaels
– WrestleMania XV
“Stone Cold” Steve Austin vs. The Rock
How does the picture and audio quality of the Summerslam ’92 blu-ray compare to that of Summerslam 1992 on the WWE Network and previous DVD releases, including compilations? Thanks.
Stone Cold’s ‘Bottom Line’ 3-disc set with a two hour documentary ad the most classic matches/moments is available on WWEDVD.co.uk for £4.99, while this ‘3.16’ single-disc thing is £9.99. I’m just sayin’, to anybody who doesn’t yet have a Stone Cold compilation, that would be a no-brainer.
Sorry, I meant 4-disc! * (even more reason)
The blu ray is three disc and has more stuff on it than the dvd, even even more reason. lol
This makes no FREAKING sense. The first ”PRE-SHOW” match they have in months and they decide to cut it from the d.v.d release and only put it on the inter-national blu-ray release ? It’s not even on the inter-national d.v.d release. The match was very good. What cheap-heads. And what-ever other features they added i’m sure are just as good. Apparently, just not good eneough for the d.v.d.
Well I have to believe the entire Drew/Tyson sing along segment will be omitted, as there ain’t any way they’re clearing the music rights for ‘American Pie’ and ‘Don’t Look Back in Anger’ for home media, which you have to do even if sung by the wrestlers. Rumour also had it that the segment was never supposed to air anyway but BT Sport may have f*cked up and left the feed running, so WWE may not wanna show Drew apparently not caring that he just lost the fight of his life.
So if that is removed, plus several ads and maybe some video packages cut/edited, they may get it down to quite a bit less than 3 hours 31 minutes.
The post match singing with Tyson Fury aired everywhere, Peacock, the WWE Network, traditional PPV, not just BT. That was WWE’s decision to keep the cameras going.
Okie doke. I still don’t see it making the DVD due to music rights.
I agree, no way it makes the DVD release.
It’s possible if they’re feeling generous that WWE may pay Don McLean, but I don’t see them paying for both so maybe they fade it out before Drew starts singing Oasis.
But I still think cutting the whole post-match shenanigans is gonna be part of the strategy of fitting it on to one disc. It wasn’t that long though, so a video package or two may have to go along with some ads.
The American Pie segment did make it to DVD. The song starts at about the 3 hr 11 min 25 second mark.
So…, since there appearently really is money to be made from Bluray release, now lets have all the HD-shot ppv’s that never got a Blu-brand release, from Royal Rumble 2008 and forward, in re-packed releases.
At the very least, Fremantle now has a clear motivation to fulfill what they put on a survey on their WWEDVD site the first few months when they started back in 2012:
They asked which release they should make as a re-release on bluray. A huge majority voted for Money In the Bank 2011. Just bring it.. along with everything else, like classic and vintage, similar to SS ’92. Blue-brand is coming back, and we’re ready for it..always has been… always will be! 😉
So no pre-show match included on the Clash At The Castle DVD. Its bad enough that they have to be cheap and not go for 2 discs. How they’re gonna try to squeeze a 3 hour and 31 minute PPV onto 1 disc, I have no idea.
I wonder if WWE noticed the fan wearing the ‘Better dad than Chris Benoit’ shirt. Only way that doesn’t get edited out is if they didn’t notice.
They did. The Benoit T-shirt was blurred out on WWE’s official YouTube upload of the singalong. But for reasons mentioned above, I expect the whole singalong to be cut on the DVD anyway.
I didn’t even think of it that way but I guess that would make sense. I just remembered The Rock’s version of ‘We Will Rock You’ was cut from the Rock vs. Cena set during his Rock concert, for the obvious reasons of that being a Queen song.
Yeah, that still bugs me to this day. I loved that WWRY segment.