WWE Crown Jewel DVD Gets FIVE Extras & More Cover Shots, Bray Wyatt In New WWE DVD Release?

November 5, 2021 by Daniel Bee

WWE Crown Jewel 2021 DVD Gets FIVE Extras, Bray Wyatt in New WWE DVD Release?

We can confirm FIVE extras (totalling 1 hour) will feature on the Home Video release of WWE’s Crown Jewel 2021 PPV, which is scheduled for later this month. WrestlingDVDNetwork.com has also received new cover shots for the title — let’s take a look!

Heads up, fans in the United States can now pre-order the 2-disc DVD set by clicking here to Amazon.com.

This will mark the first Crown Jewel event on DVD in the US, because the first one in 2018 didn’t make it to Home Video and while the 2019 edition did, it was only ever offered in the UK and Europe.

WWE Crown Jewel 2021 DVD - Official Box Artwork

CROWN JEWEL 2021

Live from Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, comes a Superstar-studded event without equal. At WWE Crown Jewel, history is made and champions are celebrated in front of the greatest audience in the world, the WWE Universe.

Universal Champion Roman Reigns puts his title on the line against “The Beast Incarnate” Brock Lesnar. Edge competes against Seth Rollins inside Hell in a Cell. Becky Lynch defends the SmackDown Women’s Championship in Triple Threat action against Bianca Belair and Sasha Banks. Goldberg looks to get revenge on “The All Mighty” Bobby Lashley in a No Holds Barred Match. Big E and Drew McIntyre collide for the WWE Championship.

A new king and queen will be crowned in the finals of the King of the Ring and Queen’s Crown Tournament. Plus, more!

DISC 1

Time to Shine

Hell in a Cell Match
Edge vs. Seth Rollins

Mansoor vs. Mustafa Ali

Courage and Triumph

RAW Tag Team Championship Match
RK-Bro vs. AJ Styles & Omos

Big Time Brick Wall

Queen’s Crown Tournament Finals
Doudrop vs. Zelina Vega

No Holds Barred Match
Bobby Lashley vs. Goldberg

King of the Ring Finals
Finn Bálor vs. Xavier Woods

WWE Championship Match
Big E vs. Drew McIntyre

DISC 2

SmackDown Women’s Championship Triple Threat Match
Becky Lynch vs. Bianca Belair vs. Sasha Banks

Universal Championship Match
Roman Reigns vs. Brock Lesnar

 

Crown Jewel 2021 DVD Extras

— The Usos vs. The Hurt Business
(Crown Jewel Kickoff Show)

— Prepare for Hell
Supersized SmackDown • October 15, 2021

— Hell Freezes Over
Supersized SmackDown • October 15, 2021

— Becky Lynch vs. Sasha Banks
Supersized SmackDown • October 15, 2021

— The Allegiance of an Advocate
Supersized SmackDown • October 15, 2021

WWE Crown Jewel 2021 DVD - Back Cover Artwork

 
Grab your copy of the WWE CROWN JEWEL 2021 DVD on….

 
United States: November 23rd. Pre-order the Crown Jewel DVD now via Amazon.com.

UK/Europe: December 6th. Get your DVD on pre-order now via Amazon.co.uk.
 


Speaking of PPVs, this week saw the release of the WWE Extreme Rules 2021 DVD to stores across the United States.

You’ll likely remember the event for matches like Bianca Belair vs. Becky Lynch, or Finn Bálor vs. Roman Reigns, but somehow Bray Wyatt has snuck his way into this Home Video release…

Grab your copy of the WWE Extreme Rules 2021 DVD on Amazon.com.

This US version includes a free Topps trading card, that features… yes, Bray Wyatt! We know the trading cards are planned out months in advance (and likely production of them is similar) so that should help explain how the former WWE Superstar made it in there. Still, it was a surprising find given WWE released Wyatt back in late July.

Bray Wyatt Topps Trading Card Inside WWE Extreme Rules 2021 DVD

The photos shown here of this week’s US release come to us thanks to WDN reader Matthew Tremble. The Extreme Rules DVD is about to follow to fans in the UK this coming Monday.

There’s been some concern from fans down under in Australia who noticed there were no WWE DVD releases in the works for the region beyond their SummerSlam 2021 release in October, however Madman have now scheduled Extreme Rules 2021 for December.

WWE Extreme Rules 2021 DVD - Photos, Front Cover
WWE Extreme Rules 2021 DVD - Photos, Back Cover

EXTREME RULES 2021

On the one night of the year when anything goes, Roman Reigns meets the darkest side of Finn Bálor in an Extreme Rules Match. Bianca Belair looks to redeem her loss from SummerSlam when she challenges Becky Lynch for the SmackDown Women’s Championship.

In Triple Threat action, Damian Priest aims to put himself in the history books as he defends the United States Championship on the line against Jeff Hardy and Sheamus. Alexa Bliss battles Charlotte Flair for the RAW Women’s Championship. The New Day reunites to take on Bobby Lashley, AJ Styles and Omos. Plus, more!

Rules will be broken. That’s why WWE Superstars are taking it to the extreme at EXTREME RULES!

Full Content Listing & Extra for WWE Extreme Rules 2021 DVD

WWE Extreme Rules 2021 DVD - Photos, Packaging Layout
WWE Extreme Rules 2021 DVD - Photos, Disc Artwork

 
Get your hands on the WWE EXTREME RULES 2021 DVD….

 
United States: RIGHT NOW! Grab the Extreme Rules DVD now via Amazon.com.

UK/Europe: THIS MONDAY! Get your DVD pre-ordered on Amazon.co.uk.

Australia: December 15th. Your pre-order opportunity is live on Madman.co.au.
 

WWE Extreme Rules 2021 DVD - Available Now!

 




New WWE DVDs on Amazon.co.uk


15 Comments left on this article...

Leave Your Comments

 

  1. Andemoine Winrow says:

    Off the record, i think i know why ”W.W.E” is skipping out on ”T.L.C”. There’s this new pay-per-view called ”W.W.E DAY 1” coming Saturday NEW YEARS DAY. So apparently, they’re gonna talk about who will face who in the matches. Should be interesting.

  2. Jeff Copeland says:

    its funny how some ppvs have yet to still never been released on dvd. like no mercy 2016, backlash 2016 and 2 crown jewels. 2018 one honestly sucked so i can get why that one was not maybe released. 2019 … that one i dont get why it was not?

    so glad 2021 crown is being released i wonder wat other ppvs wwe wise never got released on dvd i get some of the uk ones were just vhs but since like 2000? what ppvs never got a dvd release

    • BAS says:

      Some In Your House events went unreleased in the US during the coliseum video days. The UK got every In Your House event however. Since the days of WWF Home Video, we’ve gotten almost every event released.

      Over the Edge 1999 never got released for obvious reasons. Every PPV after was released except for Elimination Chamber 2015, which was the first unreleased event in the US since Over the Edge. According to a reader on here, DDT, what they explained to me was that Elimination Chamber along with Beast in the East were released in the UK because they replaced some other releases Fremantle had planned and got the greenlight by WWE to do so, which tells me WWE has no plans of releasing either event at all, since they were technically Network Exclusive shows in the States, but Fremantle was lucky enough to get permission.

      Backlash/No Mercy 2016 were never released at all and there’s no definitive answer why. My theory is because they were added to the schedule last minute and with the DVD release schedule being set in stone already, maybe making those last minute changes would’ve created distribution problems. I’m not sure if that’s the reason, but that’s my guess since it felt pretty random that those events didn’t get released, but Roadblock End of the Line did. To me, there was no reason why Backlash/No Mercy couldn’t have been released in 2017 if they couldn’t do it in 2016.

      Crown Jewel 2018 was announced to be released in the first quarter of 2019, but after the controversey surrounding the event after Jamal Khashoggi was beheaded, the plans were scrapped. The 2019 event, according to the same reader I mentioned, said that event was a UK only release because of it featuring British Boxer Tyson Fury.

      Payback 2020 another UK Exclusive release, not sure the backstory behind that one, my guess is that the same applies to that as Elimination Chamber 2015; realistically had no plans to release it because it was so spur of the moment, but Fremantle was fortunate enough to get the greenlight to release it.

    • Timothy J Thorpe says:

      I’d like to add Survivor Series 1997-99 was not released on dvd in North America. A third edition of the anthology is essential, but I know that won’t happen.

      • Joseph Owens says:

        I have had luck on Ebay with Region 2 Tagged Classic sets from Silvervision. I was able to get Survivor series 1997 and 1998 in a set as well as 1999 and 2000. I have also been able to get in your house events on DVD this way.

  3. LP1 says:

    So Extreme Rules is back to using the black DVD cases. Then why did SummerSlam have a clear DVD case? Just weird how the PPVs have all black cases and SummerSlam was one clear case. I wonder what the reasoning was.

  4. Andemoine Winrow says:

    So glad they added ”SMACKDOWN” as the bonus features, especially the Becky Lynch vs. Sasha Banks match. That was a good match.

  5. BAS says:

    Like you guys noted, the cards for the DVDs are planned out in advance, but given how long it’s been since Wyatt’s release, it is shocking that they didn’t change whose card would be in Extreme Rules. Which almost makes me wonder if any of his planned new merchandise is still going ahead, but will be his last bulk of merchandise before they stop, or will the cancel any of them before they come out.

    Like I previously said, given that controversey canned 2018 getting released and 2019 being UK exclusive, I’m happy to see that we’re getting Crown Jewel this time around. First time since 2017 too that region 1 will be getting the full year of events on DVD since the U.S. missed put on Elimination Chamber 2015, we altogether missed out on Backlash/No Mercy 2016, I already explained the Crown Jewel situation, and Payback only being released in the UK as well.

  6. BAS says:

    Sorry to get off topic, especially since I’m sure no one cares, but I recently met my goal of collecting all the U.S. released WWE Blu-rays, which also includes the video game exclusive ones, and all the steelbooks. Given how rare and expensive quite a few of them have become, I’m happy to have been able to do this. But also easy to do since I got the rare ones before they had anl chance to become expensive.

    • TheDVDFreak says:

      Congrats man

    • whut says:

      honest question: so what now?

      because personally I’m a collector, in the sense that I like the act of collecting in itself.

      what are you moving on to? or are you “finished”?

      • BAS says:

        Haha, no I’m still collecting. The Blu-rays was a goal I had for the fact that they are becoming scarce in the US, but I also choose Blu-ray over DVD if the option is there, for the obvious reason of best quality possible. Also the fact that it was easy to do since we only get them once a year now, that being WrestleMania. But no, I’m not done collecting, I still collect the newer releases and even go back to get something I may have wanted but didn’t have before. Or even if AEW, NWA, ROH, or Impact has a new release, I’ll still get that.

        Nonetheless, I’m not done collecting, and will continue to as long as stuff us being released, and I still intend on getting the inevitable WrestleMania 38 Blu-ray next year.

        • whut says:

          yes, that’s the bittersweet “upside” to the small amount of blu-rays being released; this is coming from a European, so we still get 4 releases a year. but it’s not like that’s adds up to a big cost per year nowadays.

  7. RCS1988 says:

    Any idea if there will be a 2nd volume of WWE Unreleased 1986-1995?

More of the latest Wrestling DVD News...    

WWE DVDs Cancelled in United States & Canada – No More Home Video Releases Beginning 2022
SURVIVOR SERIES 2021 Gets Cover Art & A Blu-Ray Exclusive, Photos of WWE’s New Crown Jewel DVD
REVEALED: The First WWE DVDs Scheduled for 2022 In The UK, Photos of New WWE ‘Best of 1996’ DVD
Official Cover Artwork for WWE Crown Jewel 2021 DVD, Win 5 Classic WrestleMania DVDs TODAY!
WWE Extreme Rules 2021 DVD Gets Cover Artwork & Extra Match, More on Drew McIntyre’s First DVD
Cover Artwork & Match Listing for ‘Drew McIntyre: The Best of WWE’s Scottish Warrior’ DVD