WWE Fastlane 2021 DVD Cover Artwork & Special Feature, More Details on ‘Mania 14-24 Re-Releases

March 26, 2021 by Mark D

WWE Fastlane PPV Logo

Last weekend’s Fastlane 2021 Pay-Per-View event now has official DVD cover artwork (front and back) and a confirmed special feature!

WWE will be releasing Fastlane on Home Video to the United States on May 4th, to be followed up less than a week later with the release to fans in the UK on May 10th.

Drew McIntyre will be gracing the front cover in a slightly modified version of the PPV’s promotional poster, a recent trend we’ve observed of WWE carrying over the event poster to the DVD artwork for “creative continuity”. Roman Reigns, Daniel Bryan and The Fiend will appear on the spine, while the back cover will feature multiple photos of the in-ring action from the evening.

WWE Fastlane 2021 DVD - Full Sleeve Cover Artwork


Get it on Amazon UK:

With The Grandest Stage of Them All in front of them, Daniel Bryan challenges Universal Champion Roman Reigns for his championship, but how will guest enforcer Edge get involved?

Former best friends turned rivals collide as Drew McIntyre and Sheamus go head-to-head in an anything goes No Holds Barred Match! Sasha Banks and Bianca Belair put their differences aside for a chance at all the gold when they take on WWE Women’s Tag Team Champions Shayna Baszler and Nia Jax. Plus, more!

Who will alter their course on their path to immortality? It’s the final stop on the road to WrestleMania!

WWE Fastlane 2021 DVD - Front Cover Artwork



The Fastlane to WrestleMania

WWE Women’s Tag Team Championship Match
Nia Jax & Shayna Baszler vs. Sasha Banks & Bianca Belair

You Know I Can Perform

Intercontinental Championship Match
Apollo Crews vs. Big E

Smells Good Being the Champion

Braun Strowman vs. Elias

Seth Rollins vs. Shinsuke Nakamura

No Holds Barred Match
Drew McIntyre vs. Sheamus

Alexa Bliss vs. Randy Orton

Universal Championship Match
Roman Reigns vs. Daniel Bryan


Extras for Fastlane 2021 DVD

The match from the Kickoff Show will be included as the sole special feature:

United States Championship Match
Riddle vs. Mustafa Ali
(Fastlane Kickoff Show)

Disc runtime (approx.): 2 hours and 57 minutes

WWE Fastlane 2021 DVD - Back Cover Artwork


Earlier this month we exclusively revealed that WrestleMania 14, 16, 20, 22 & 24 will all be returning to DVD in the UK as individual releases, right before WrestleMania 37!

Since then, the DVDs were confirmed by Fremantle and now is your chance to get hold of them!

All five titles have been listed for pre-order here on Amazon.co.uk and here on WWEDVD.co.uk.

The following press release has been sent out:





WWE WrestleMania 14, 16, 20, 22 and 24 Re-Releases for 2021

22nd March 2021, London UK – Fremantle Media proudly announces that five classic WrestleMania events will return to DVD. These sets include the very best of WWE’s hugely popular Attitude and Ruthless Aggression eras. Featuring some of the biggest moments and matches from Stone Cold Steve Austin, The Rock, The Undertaker, John Cena, Triple H, The Hardy Boyz, Trish Stratus, and many more classic Superstars!

WrestleMania XIV

The Attitude Era begins! Stone Cold Steve Austin challenges Shawn Michaels for the WWE Championship, with special enforcer Mike Tyson at ringside – but whose side is “The Baddest Man of Planet” on? Also on the show, The Undertaker and Kane face off – the first ever clash between the “Brothers of Destruction” – and The Rock defends the Intercontinental Championship. Plus, wild action from Triple H, Cactus Jack, the New Age Outlaws, and Sable! Released as part of its own DVD set for the very first time.

WrestleMania 2000

The Rock faces three other Superstars in a star-studded Fatal 4-Way Match for the WWE Championship – with a member of the McMahon family in every corner!

The Hardy Boyz, Edge & Christian, and the Dudley Boyz take the tag team division to new heights in a Triangle Ladder Match – a groundbreaking collision that set the stage for their historic TLC matches. There’s more incredible Attitude Era action from Kane, Rikishi, DX, and Chyna – plus, a crazy Hardcore Battle Royal!

WrestleMania XX

WWE marks the 20th anniversary of WrestleMania by returning to where it all began – Madison Square Garden! Eddie Guerrerro defends the WWE Championship against Kurt Angle in a classic matchup, and The Rock returns to reunite the Rock ‘n’ Sock Connection and battle the Evolution trio of Batista, Randy Orton, and Ric Flair. There’s also a Brock Lesnar vs. Goldberg dream match – with Stone Cold Steve Austin as the special guest referee!

WrestleMania 22

John Cena puts the WWE Championship on the line against Triple H, while Rey Mysterio sets out to fulfill a lifelong dream of becoming World Heavyweight Champion – but he has to go through both Kurt Angle and Randy Orton in a Triple Threat Match! There’s also high-risk action in a Money in the Bank Ladder Match, a Harcore battle between Edge and Mick Foley, and an Undertaker vs. Mark Henry Casket Match! The 3-disc set includes exclusive extras and the 2006 Hall of Fame Ceremony.

WrestleMania XXIV

Edge and the Undertaker battle in the main event and it’s all on the line – Edge’s World Heavyweight Championship and the Deadman’s WrestleMania undefeated streak!

In one of the all-time great WrestleMania celebrity moments, Floyd Mayweather steps into the WWE ring for a GIANT challenge. Also, Ric Flair says an emotional goodbye to the WWE Universe when he battles Shawn Michaels – plus, John Cena, Triple H, and Randy Orton clash in a Triple Threat Match for the WWE Championship! The 3-disc set includes the 2008 Hall of Fame Ceremony.

Don’t miss the classic WrestleMania DVDs – own a piece of WWE history!

Back cover artwork has now been finalized for each title too – shown below!

You may notice any reference to Chris Benoit in the text descriptions and/or imagery has been removed from the original artwork where he appeared before (for example, a new photo of Randy Orton appears in place of Benoit on the WrestleMania 20 artwork).

This is similar to the company’s approach seen in the past on the WWE Network streaming service, whereby Chris Benoit isn’t mentioned nor highlighted, but is shown in the actual footage.


WWE WrestleMania 14 DVD - 2021 Re-Release, Back Cover Artwork


WWE WrestleMania 16 DVD - 2021 Re-Release, Back Cover Artwork


WWE WrestleMania 20 DVD - 2021 Re-Release, Back Cover Artwork


WWE WrestleMania 22 DVD - 2021 Re-Release, Back Cover Artwork


WWE WrestleMania 24 DVD - 2021 Re-Release, Back Cover Artwork

The five WrestleMania DVDs are scheduled to hit stores on April 5th, 2021, which is the same day as our latest giveaway ends – with all of the last lot of ‘Mania re-releases up for grabs (15, 17, 18 and 19).

Enter the giveaway by joining our free email subscription before that date. Just enter your email in the box below or by doing the same at Bit.ly/WDNEmails.



Increase your chances of winning by also entering on Twitter:

Heads up — Elimination Chamber 2021 will arrive on DVD in the United States this Tuesday!

WDN reader Wyatt Thomason got his hands on a copy early and shared the photo below. The Topps trading card found inside is expected to feature Shayna Baszler.

WWE Elimination Chamber 2021 DVD - First Look Photo

Get your copy of the WWE ELIMINATION CHAMBER 2021 DVD…

United States: TUESDAY! Add Chamber 2021 to your collection here on Amazon.com.

UK/Europe: April 12th. Pre-order the Elimination Chamber DVD over on Amazon.co.uk.

Australia: May 19th. Your pre-order opportunity is now live at Madman.com.au.

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  1. Nathan says:

    Why can’t the Wrestlemania’s be rereleased like the in the United States. Why does the UK get all the good stuff. I only need Wrestlemania 15,16,20 to complete my collection.

    • Timothy J Thorpe says:

      You can always get a region free player, or check Ebay or amazon for the dvds you need. The three titles you mentioned shouldn’t cost all that much individually.

  2. whut says:

    appreciate the Fastlane and Elimination covers for not just having a bunch a faces on there (like they have done WAY too often in recent years, it seems especially with the larger shows like Mania or SummerSlam).

    on topic of cutting out stuff: yes, it’s really unfortunate that this seems to have become a bigger issue to begin with.

    like, there have always been cuts and edits (e.g. afaik there is no release of WrestleMania III that contains the original broadcast without having removed at least tiny bits). but usually, with few exceptions it was barely noticeable (the finish to the Trish Stratus/Mickie James match, which was edited for the home video release of WrestleMania 22, comes to mind as an example of an edit that was VERY noticeable if you had previously seen the live airing).

    as someone rightfully said, it’s a good thing many of us one their own collection which can’t be altered in retrospect.

    • LP1 says:

      The complete unedited version of WrestleMania III that aired live on PPV was only released once, in 1997 on the WrestleMania 1-13: Collection box set. Everything is 100% in tact. As is most of the Manias in that box set. Manias 1 and 4 are also completely 100% in tact on that release. All original theme songs, commercials and everything.

    • RabidHeat says:

      “it’s a good thing many of us one their own collection which can’t be altered in retrospect”

      I know, I’m feeling so smug right now for keeping all my DVDs, lol.

  3. Leezo2012 says:

    One thing with the WrestleMania rereleases that I don’t get is why Tyson is removed from the cover from WrestleMania 14. I guess it is to do with image rights as his name is the first two words of the description on the back cover yet he is cropped out of the front cover and the image of Austin holding getting his arm raised on the back cover.

  4. David says:

    Speaking of WM looks likes 1-15 re-releases are going to skyrocket even more in value because since WWE Network is now moved to Peacock in the US, they are editing segments and removing matches that don’t fit today’s society. For example WM6 which had been in its full form for over 7 years on the Network is edited on Peacock now and the entire Piper/Bad News match is removed because that was when Piper painted half his body black. It was there on the Network but people in the UK which still have the regular version say it’s removed there too…so that must have just happened.

    Also the Vince/Cena segment where Vince said the “n” word is removed from Peacock but was included the whole time of the Network existence but most likely is removed now as I think they want to keep edits the same for both versions.

    No doubt more will likely be sanitized and I think one of the main reasons why Peacock said they hope to have the network library transferred by Summerslam because they are going to edit most likely.

    It would be easier to put a disclaimer to educate people that these are unacceptable today. Peacock has all SNL seasons from the 70s and 80s, you can’t tell me there isn’t racist content there.

    So looks like DVD/Bluray values will go up in value

    • Ruthless.Attitude.Eras.4Life says:

      The whole Piper / BNB match is really been erased on the Network!?! Just like I suspected.. WrestleMania VI has a special place in my heart, since it was my very first wrestling show that made me a fan. I love the whole event, and Piper / BNB match is such a hard hitting stiff great match. Put a disclaimer of warning on those so called sensitive segments, with the option to skip for those who do not want to see and hear stuff like that.

      • David says:

        Yeah, Piper/BNB match is completely removed. I mean it wasn’t a great match but it was Roddy Piper and I always hate when PPVs are edited like this.

        Glad I still kept my Anthologies. Seems like that is the only versions that have the complete shows (minus the music edits bleeping of “F” in WWF) because the tagged classics of the older WMs, especially 4-7 are edited and not in full form.

        I understand the sensitivity of the subjects but removing and editing won’t make it better. Unfortunately after 4 years of that stain of a president he basically encouraged racism and hate…so definitely not going to get better if this is how it goes.

        • Ruthless.Attitude.Eras.4Life says:

          David: Different run times on DVD from the various versions of the same show is sometimes a bit mindblowing. WM IV the Tagged classic version 03h44m19s, while the Anthology edition (Silver Vision version too) is 03h33m50s.. and the Network edition 03h33m22s – at least it was the runtime on the Network at the time when I did my project of comparing runtimes.

          Most ppv’s from 1985 to 2018, which is the final year of complete DVD/Bluray that I have collected, the runtimes are longer on DVD/Bluray than on the Network. And yet there are among the different DVD and Bluray versions also seconds or even minutes difference.

  5. Ruthless.Attitude.Eras.4Life says:

    Censorship like the lack of Benoit-mentioning in text or images is okay, as long as the actual video material is still complete.

    But what is going on right now with the totally deletion of segments like WrestleMania 6 Piper’s Hot Rod/Hot Scott black and white promo..and possible the whole match with Bad News Brown even being erased.. + Vince’s N-word expression at Survivor Series 2005 by Peacock..that is totally fooked up! Makes me appreciate even more the physical media.. yes, much is in SD since it is on DVD only..but, it can never be censored.

    Orwell’s “1984” and Bradbury’s “Fahrenheit 451” running wild, brothers and sisters! This is only the beginning!

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