Breaking: WWE ‘Finn Bálor: Iconic Matches’ DVD on 2017 Schedule, WrestleMania 33 Cover Revealed?

March 10, 2017 by Daniel Bee

WWE WrestleMania 33 Steelbook Blu-ray - Official Box Art

Was the WrestleMania 33 cover artwork just revealed already?!

The answer is yes — for the Steelbook Blu-ray at least. What you see above is the official box art WWE has in the works for that edition, a play on the event poster unveiled earlier this week.

WrestleMania 33 will be released on both DVD and Blu-ray formats worldwide in usual fashion. With that will also be the Steelbook in two regions; a Best Buy exclusive offering in the United States this May, following as a wide release to fans in the United Kingdom this June.

The standard DVD and Blu-ray cover is still to be confirmed, which will likely be after the event takes place next month. Until then, let’s take a look at the shiny new artwork on the Steelbook:

WWE WrestleMania 33 DVD & Blu-ray - Cover Artwork Revealed!

Release Dates for the WRESTLEMANIA 33 DVD, Blu-ray & Steelbook…

United States: May 9th. Pre-order WrestleMania 33 on DVD now here on

Australia: May 24th. Pre-order WrestleMania 33 on DVD over at

UK/Europe: June 5th. Lock in your pre-order for the WM33 DVD here on

WWE WrestleMania 33 Blu-ray - Steelbook Artwork Plans

“The Demon” is on the 2017 WWE Home Video schedule!

A last-minute addition to the line-up of WWE DVDs due for release this WrestleMania season is: “Finn Bálor – Iconic Matches”.

It’s coming on April 17th in the UK; pre-order it for only £5.99 here on

While this is UK exclusive as a standalone title, there remains a possibility that the DVD will also surface in the United States if WWE are to produce an “Ultimate Fan Pack” on Bálor, like they did with the figure/DVD bundles on Roman Reigns and Randy Savage last year. can confirm that the content on the DVD will be made up of NXT matches against Neville, Tyler Breeze and Kevin Owens – speculated to be from “Beast in the East” and multiple “TakeOver” specials – we’ll be able to give the verdict on match selections soon.

WWE 'Finn Bálor - Iconic Matches' DVD - Cover Artwork

Meet Finn Bálor: Athletic, charismatic, occasionally demonic, and a bonafide worldwide sensation.

The mysterious Irishman’s legend spanned across countries and continents. Wherever Bálor plied his trade he flourished winning multiple championships and marshalling several foot soldiers to support him (some even called him a prince) culminating a record-setting run with the NXT Championship!

Relive 3 iconic matches from Finn Bálor’s time in NXT and discover why his quiet, deadly precision and his periodic transformation into the terrifying “Demon King” has made Finn Bálor a firm fan favourite with the WWE Universe!

The cover artwork has now been finalized for WWE’s first “Double Feature” pack combining SmackDown LIVE’s Elimination Chamber 2017 PPV and RAW’s Fastlane 2017 PPV.

No region restrictions here, the 2-disc “Double Feature: Elimination Chamber & Fastlane 2017” DVD is incoming for release worldwide! You can pre-order it by clicking here to has received an exclusive close-up shot of the box art:

WWE Double Feature: Elimination Chamber & Fastlane 2017 DVD - Box Art

Grab WWE’s new Elimination Chamber 2017 & Fastlane 2017 DVD Pack…

USA: April 18th. Pre-order the “Double Feature” DVD now here on

Australia: April 19th. Your chance to pre-order the pack is now live at

UK/Europe: May 1st. Pre-order the “Double Feature” DVD now here on

Speaking of PPVs, did you “remember the Rumble” hit stores this week?

The Royal Rumble 2017 DVD is out now in stores across the United States (check out photos) and the release also marks the first WWE Blu-ray offering this year! That Blu-ray is also about to hit the UK on March 20th and Australia as a limited edition on March 22nd.

WWE Royal Rumble 2017 Blu-ray - Available Now!


If you head over to right now you’ll see WWE’s latest “$5 Friday” sale is now active on the site with nearly 200 items slashed in price, including these DVDs:

– NXT Greatest Matches Vol. 1
– Roadblock: End of the Line 2016
– TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs 2016
– Survivor Series 2016
– Superstar Collection: Sheamus

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Our latest round-up of eBay goodies finds this auction for a big lot of WWE DVDs that includes several rare titles and is right now bid up to only $1.50…

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Big Collection of WWF & WWE DVDs - Rare Stuff Included!

All of these rare, long “deleted” DVDs are also up for grabs this weekend…

$0.99WWE/WWF Triple H: That Damn Good DVD
$0.99WWE/WWF Triple H: The Game DVD
$0.99WWF Attitude Collection: TLC DVD
$0.99WWF Stone Cold Steve Austin: What? DVD
$5.50WWE/WWF nWo: Back in Black DVD
$7.00Chris Benoit: Hard Knocks DVD (Free Shipping)
$10.00WWF Invasion 2001 DVD
$10.00WWF SummerSlam 1999 DVD
$10.00WWF SummerSlam 2000 DVD
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$10.00WWF No Mercy 2001 DVD
$20.00WWF Survivor Series 2001 DVD
$20.00WWF WrestleMania 16 DVD

And keep an eye on eBay seller “timothycwest” who is auctioning off all these Blu-rays…

$0.9950 Greatest Finishing Moves Blu-ray
$0.99Epic Journey of The Rock Blu-ray
$0.99Randy Orton: Evolution of a Predator Blu-ray
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$0.99Greatest Superstars of 21st Century Blu-ray
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$1.04Jerry Lawler: It’s Good To Be The King Blu-ray
$1.25John Cena: Greatest Rivalries Blu-ray
$2.24Falls Count Anywhere Blu-ray
$3.13Daniel Bryan: Just Say Yes! Yes! Yes! Blu-ray
$3.25Top 25 Rivalries in Wrestling History Blu-ray
$3.25Owen: Hart of Gold Blu-ray
$3.26Goldberg: The Ultimate Collection Blu-ray
$5.00Shawn Michaels: Mr. WrestleMania Blu-ray
$5.50Sting: Into The Light Blu-ray
$5.50Batista: The Animal Unleashed Blu-ray
$5.50Greatest Wrestling Factions Blu-ray
$6.50True Story of Royal Rumble Blu-ray
$6.50The Best of Sting Blu-ray
$7.50Triple H: Thy Kingdom Come Blu-ray
$13.00The KLIQ Rules Blu-ray

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  1. Brad Attitude says:

    The picture of Goldberg on the WrestleMania and Elimination Chamber covers look like the video game version of him.

  2. Wayne says:

    I thought he only have 1 match in WWE against Seth Rollins.

  3. Cherie Smith says:

    This is a little off subject but just curious if anyone has purchased or heard any reviews of the “Behind the Mask: Del”The Patriot”Wilkes” documentary on DVD I have been a fan since his time in GWF years ago and am seriously considering this was curious as to the matches included if anyone has any information it is greatly appreciated thanks and God bless

  4. NOTORIOUS says:

    I don’t want to see the f***ing New Day on the spine every time I look at my shelf.

  5. Thomas says:

    Hopefully they will use decent artwork for WWE WrestleMania 33 DVD when the artwork is finally finalised a few weeks after the event has aired live on WWE Network & Sky Sports Box Office

  6. mememememe says:

    Whew, fortunately that Finn Balor is not a 3 disc for the regular schedule. Anyways we have to be nearing knowing some more of the big releases for later in the year.

    • Foley Is Good says:

      It just sounds like it will probably be released in an action figure. And UK for obvious reasons.

  7. Scott says:

    The main reason WWE has problem with DVD/Blu-Ray sales is in the era of streaming these releases have to be special. Just not your typical Superstar Compilation. Anthology Sets are still in & WWE is too lazy so they just release “Best Of” which only garners no more than 33% market. I guarantee if they would release ECW PPV or Starrcade Anthology both would at least have 110,000 units sold. Start being creative & give the fans what they want. Stop being cheap & guess what the fans want. Not good for BUSINESS

    • rohfan81 says:

      A starrcade anthology would be f***ing awesome or a clash of the champions.wcw releases always sell big

    • whut says:

      wait? but wouldn’t the very same thing apply to those?

      why would the “casual fan” have any incentive to buy ECW ppv dvds if those shows are on the Network?

      (and bluray releases for these kind of events are totally not happening at this point)

      • Scott says:

        Casual fan probably doesn’t buy much merchandise to begin with. Blu-Ray costs more & because WWE isn’t creative they have garnered a profit but the margin is smaller because cost of Blu-Ray is much more than DVD from the company’s POV. any smart person knows within next year WWE will have to start eliminating videos on the network much like what NetFlix does monthly

        • LP1 says:

          Why would WWE have to eliminate any videos from the Network? That doesn’t make any sense. Is it to stop the poor sales of DVD/BR’s? That’s not gonna happen. That ship has sailed. WWE knew full well that they would be cannibalizing both their traditional PPV business and their home video business with the launch of the Network. Next to their TV rights fees, the Network is probably the most important aspect in their revenue stream. Hurting the Network just to go backwards and save whatever little income they get from home media is a horrible business decision at this point. You can’t put the genie back in the bottle. That would be like cutting back on articles and photos just to bring back the WWE Magazine. Time moves forward, not backwards.

          • Scott says:

            According to WWE they must garner at least 2.3 million subscribers to break even. Home Media sales closes the gap of loss profit the network still incurs. If the network is as strong as you say it is from a revenue standpoint then just follow the UFC & cancel Home Media

            • LP1 says:

              First off, that 2.3 million number is incorrect. They break even with much less than that. Second, even if that 2.3 million break even number were the accurate, do you really think eliminating videos from the Network is going to bring in more subscribers? If anything it will have the opposite effect. Adding more videos will add more subscribers. You’re logic is not making any sense.

              • LP1 says:

                More on the Network numbers. At the end of 2016 they had 1.4 million paid subscribers and made a profit of $43 million on the Network. So I have no idea where you got 2.3 million as the break even number. They’re way ahead of breaking even and at a much lower subscriber number.

                • Scott says:

                  If they are breaking even then why is it after each quarter report when the subscriber numbers fall short via the last quarter report for future estimates the stock goes down by as much as 7%. Believe what you want but VKM himself said when network was first rolled out they need close to 3 million subscribers to break even from all the costs!!

                • Scott says:

                  Plus your math is off. If it cost 9.99 per subscriber monthly and they have 1.4 million paid then you have Gross revenue @ 14 mill

                  • LP1 says:

                    1.4 million was the number of paid subscribers as of December 31, 2016. Throughout the year that number fluctuates. It goes up big around WrestleMania season and has ups and downs throughout the rest of the year. They were up to 1.7 million paid subscribers after last year’s Mania. Also here’s how math works. 1.4 million x $9.99 equals $14 million… FOR 1 MONTH ONLY! Now average out $14 million for the remaining 11 months and you’re looking at an average gross of $168 million a year. Now take away expenses for producing Network shows, costs to run the back end of the Network, etc. and you’re looking at a profit of $43 million. WWE has adjusted their projections for the Network several times since the rollout 3 years ago. Read the quarterly reports for the full details.

                    • LP1 says:

                      Correction. They were at 1.45 million paid after Mania last year. 1.8 million if you add in the free trial subscribers. Still averaging 1.4 million for the year.

        • David says:

          Netflix rotates content due to timing of licenses with studios.

          WWE own their content so there is no reason to remove videos.

      • Scott says:

        If WWE wants to really save money in the releases they are not sure about then just release them on company shop site

    • IHeart2000s says:

      I’m sorry, but wouldn’t it be lazier to release an Anthology of something rather than a Best Of? There wouldn’t be any research done for Anthologies, nor host, nor intro packages for that matter. Just take the show and print it. Best Ofs have some production quality to them. To me, Anthologies sound like the lazier of the two and also less creative. So you know nothing

      • Scott says:

        Their is a reason why “Best Of” in entertainment industry died in 1999. They didn’t sell well compared to anthologies. Reason why companies still make Season DVD/Blu-Ray BECAUSE THEY SELL

        • IHeart2000s says:

          Where are you getting these alternative facts from? You make 0 sense. Anthology sets don’t take any longer to produce than any other DVD. They still need time to be printed and shipped. The actual production work that goes into it is what makes the difference in time spent on a project. Get off your soapbox.

      • Scott says:

        Furthermore Anthology Sets take longer to produce. If you like someone in a cubicle deciding what “you” like then so be it.

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