Did you know the past two weeks have seen some major WWE Home Video releases in the UK?
— SummerSlam 2020: the standard DVD AND an exclusive Blu-ray edition!
— “Attitude Era: The Complete Collection”: a 9-disc DVD box set; your chance to grab all three releases at once from the acclaimed Attitude Era series.
Both of these titles are available to buy here on Amazon.co.uk. Now, let’s take a closer look at that special box set packed full of Attitude!
Attitude Era: The Complete Collection
Are you ready? Then give me a “hell yeah!” Bust out your Austin 3:16 shirt, strike a 5-second pose and heat up a delicious slice of pie as you relive one of the greatest periods in sports-entertainment history with WWE Attitude Era – The Complete Collection!
Go back to the days of dysfunction, disorder and defiance when radical antiheroes ditched “saying their prayers and taking their vitamins” for opening up a can of whoop ass and laying the SmackDown!
This 9-disc slobberknocker contains WWE Attitude Era. Vol. 1 3, so grab yourself a Steve-Weiser and kick back with over 19 hours of action featuring Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock, Undertaker, Triple H, Mick Foley, Kane, Trish Stratus, DX and more!
The insert inside the “Attitude Era: The Complete Collection” is presented like a booklet which details the full content listing of each volume. You can see more of the packaging style and all of the artwork featured in the video below from YouTube personality “the2004punk”:
This week, WrestlingDVDNetwork.com received the finalized front and back cover artwork for the next WWE DVD release on the horizon — Clash of Champions 2020: Gold Rush.
Here’s your exclusive peek at the full artwork planned for the U.S. version!
As you can tell, the front cover features a slightly modified take on the promotional artwork seen in the run-up to the Pay-Per-View event.
The Clash of Champions DVD is to be a single-disc offering and it will officially hit stores in North America later this month (unfortunately not yet showing as available to pre-order on Amazon.com). The DVD is scheduled to follow to the UK, Europe and Australia next month.
Clash of Champions 2020: Gold Rush
Every match is a championship match on WWE’s most golden night of the year!
It’s family vs. family as Universal Champion Roman Reigns puts his newly won title on the line against Jey Uso. WWE Champion Drew McIntyre and Randy Orton settle the score in an Ambulance Match. RAW Women’s Champion Asuka defends her gold against Zelina Vega. Bayley defends ths SmackDown Women’s Championship against a mystery opponent. And Bobby Lashley puts his United States Championship on the line against Apollo Crews.
It’s a gold rush at Clash of Champions!
Grab your copy of the WWE CLASH OF CHAMPIONS 2020 DVD…
– United States: October 27th. Pre-order your Clash 2020 DVD soon via Amazon.com.
– UK/Europe: November 9th. Pre-order your Clash of Champs DVD now on Amazon.co.uk.
– Australia: November 18th. Your pre-order opportunity is available now via Madman.com.au.
Fans in the UK will be treated to an “extra” WWE DVD this month with Payback 2020, which is set to land as a UK exclusive release on October 19th.
You saw the confirmed artwork for Payback’s front cover in one of our most recent updates, now comes a shot of the artwork planned for the back cover, and the trailer too!
Here's the trailer for Payback 2020!
Keith Lee vs Randy Orton! Rey and Dominik Mysterio side-by-side! Bayley and Sasha Banks heading to heartbreak! And Roman Reigns reclaims the Universal Championship!
Out on DVD 19th October! pic.twitter.com/Q2ywfhywLQ
— WWE Home Video UK (@WWEHomeVideoUK) September 25, 2020
Undertaker: The Last Ride DVD Extras
- JBL’s Memories of The Undertaker
- Stone Cold Respect
- Make-A-Wish & RAW 25
- The Undertaker’s Favorite Opponents
- What an Entrance!
WWEDVD.co.uk revealed the above as special features in the works for the anticipated Home Video release of Undertaker’s docu-series. The extras list doesn’t appear to tie-in with the chapters of the “Tales from the Deadman” bonus animated episode (previously announced as an extra), so hopefully the plan is to include some additional “deleted” scenes and that bonus episode.
As a reminder, “Undertaker: The Last Ride” will be arriving on Home Video worldwide beginning in November 2020; North America gets a DVD-only release, the UK gets a DVD, Blu-ray and a Collector’s Edition Blu-ray!
If you’ve missed any of our coverage on the ‘Taker DVD/Blu-ray these links will prove useful:
— Updates & Designs for WWE “Undertaker: Last Ride” Blu-Ray
— Early Release for WWE’s “Undertaker: Last Ride” DVD (Alternate Artwork!)
— WWE “Undertaker: Last Ride” DVD Gets US Release Date & Bonus Item
— WWE’s “Undertaker: Last Ride” Docu-Series Coming to DVD, Blu-Ray, And A Collector’s Edition!
Hello all,I enjoy this site and have been using it for years for information about upcoming wwe dvds.I have been collecting since 2011,my fandom kinda went down in 2016 so I didn’t collect as many wwe dvds but since november of last year I have been collecting all wwe ppv’s.But the thing is I don’t watch them because I have already seen them on the wwe network so it kinda defeats the purpose.Before maybe 2 years ago,I didn’t have access to the network so collecting wwe ppv’s was a must but now I am at a crossroad and am deciding whether I should stop collecting wwe ppv’s on dvd and just stream the show on the network.What do you all think? Are most of you subscribers to the network and also collect the dvds but never watch them?
Alex: Imo, there’s pros and cons for either DVD’s/bluray’s or stream editions of ppv’s, documentaries and matchcollections. For me personally, the pros are way heavier on the DVD/bluray media,hence I have kept my collection of DVD and Bluray while I was a subscriber to the Network.
I just recently unsubscribed, since I have finished checking out what I find worth seeing on the network, mainly the rare never before seen stuff, e.g. “Last Battle of Atlanta”. And the WCW and ECW ppv’s..+ so much more. And while much was good, what I found out is, that none of what I discovered is something that made me think: “Wow, I want to see that again.” That includes RAW, SMACKDOWN, NITRO and other similar to that. Great to see, but all the main important stuff, I already own and paid for once on physical.
+, I really do not see any improvement in the present and future of WWE regarding interesting and exciting and compelling storylines. I mean..come on: when you have HHH running out saying that Roman and Drew in a few years will reach the same heights of intensity in their rivalry as The Rock vs Stone Cold! Ridicilous! -lol-
And in my experience, which is based on facts btw, the run times on WWF/WWE ppv’s, documentaries and matchcollections for the most part are shorter on the Network stream edition than physical edition..and that goes for both the newer Network-specials and the older stuff that original was released on physical medias. And it is in range from a few seconds and up to about 15 minutes.
Quality in picture of the old stuff is obviously better than on the DVD’s, but personally, I can live with SD on a SD-media, when I get more content.
You make some good points.I have noticed that some wwe shows are edited.I was watching the mickie James vs trish stratus wrestlemania 22 match the other day and noticed that the camera cuts to a crowd shot when the offensive stuff happens.Drew and Roman will never amount to the rivalry between the rock and stone cold.I do however enjoy today’s product for the most part.I am mainly a subscriber because I like to see the PPV’s Live as they happen.I don’t need the network for retro RAW episodes or Nitro because a few years ago I bought mostly all the seasons from a ebay seller.Have only watched maybe half of those,they are not in HD but the quality is still good.I guess I will think about it some more.I will continue collecting the rest of the PPV’s for this year and thanks for replying.
Alex: You’re wellcome
TakeOver 31 from last week was the first time that any TakeOver aired on traditional PPV cable. Since technically this was the first NXT PPV, I would ask the question if we’re gonna get a home video release of that show, but I already know the answer. At least for North America.
Mikes_87: seeing that you are a ROH-fan..base my assumption that you must be a fan, when you buy a 10-discs box set 😉 , if I may ask, if you know that 3-discs DVD set “Legends in ROH”, with Ric Flair, Foley and many more legends?
I know very little about ROH, but I wondered if that particulare DVD-set is worth getting, based on the cast of legends that appear on it?
ROH had a pretty rough year in 2019 but the best of 2019 box set is a classy production. 10 discs, 9 events. G1 Supercard, Manhattan Mayhem, Summer Supercard, Global Wars Espectacular Dearborn, Glory by honor, Honor United London, Honor United Bolton, The Experience and Unathorized. The shows are a mixed bag but the packaging is class. 2 nice digipaks in a slip cover, match listings printed on the digipaks. A lot of effort has gone into it unlike any wwe releases.
i regularly promote ring of honor as they only people to turn to at moment for wrestling dvds other than wwe. take that aew your not my wrestling promotion when you dont cater for me. shout out to impact but there dvds are alot more expensive than wwe and roh and regualarly sell out.
Pro-wrestling guerilla has dissapeared due to lack of events but i think they should do some best ofs if they reading as some of there old stuff is rare.
I do have the legends of ROH set and again it’s a mixed bag. The only Flair involvement is one interview from 2009. There’s a segment from the Foley/Samoa Joe feud from 05 but that’s it from the Micker. From that standpoint it’s disappointing but there’s a few gems on there. There’s an Eddie Guerrero vs Super Crazy match from 02. Bryan Danielson vs Low Ki bout from 02. Terry Funk vs Cm Punk. Liger v Danielson. Some interesting footage but nothing that is quite as good as it looks on paper unfortunately.
Mikes_87: Thanks for the info on Legends of ROH.. guess, I will pick it up if it will pop up on ebay or amazon for a reasonable price..and if not, I guess I’ll live without it.. -lol-
Any suggestions for what DVD a ROH-rookie might wanna check out first to see if the promotion and product is a thing? 😉
ROH have put out a ridiculous number of dvds but I’d recommend that you should base your purchases on your favourite wwe performers that used to compete in ROH. Any of the Samoa Joe, Kevin Steen, AJ, Adam Cole, Tyler Black sets are excellent. The best of ROH year 5 is excellent too.
Thanks for the tips on my path to perhaps newfound Glory.. 😉
I already own the attitude era vol 1-3 on blu ray but I love a big DVD box set so I picked the complete collection up from ASDA for £20 and it’s well worth the money. Great to see the content booklet making a return. I miss those being a standard thing with dvd releases.
I’ve also picked up the ROH best of 2019 10 disc box set recently which is awesome. Nice to see a few box sets still released in the days of physical media fading away.
Too bad they did not re-release the Attitude Era box on the blu(e)-brand, cos there’s some classic gems among those exclusive extras, lead by the awesome LMS-match between Jericho and HHH from Fully Loaded 2000, on vol. 2.
The volumes belong in every collectors library, no matter if it’s this box, the individual DVD releases or as I prefer, the bluray-versions.
Adding to those the Dawn of Attitude bluray..which is one of many examples how WWE is contradictive to their own history, seeing what year the first few matches on Attitude Era vol.3: Unreleased are from. 😉
This ”CLASH OF THE CHAMPIONS” was better than last years. That Intercontinental title ladder match was the MATCH OF THE NIGHT. And Sasha Banks stole the show making a surprise appearance way-laying on Bayley. Tonight’s ”SMACKDOWN” will be good.