WWE Hell in a Cell 2012 DVD Cover Featuring CM Punk

November 1, 2012 by Mark D

Today WWE have finalized the cover artwork for this past weekend’s Hell in a Cell 2012 PPV. The DVD hits stores this month, on November 27 [pre-order yours]

Check out the new cover shot below. Similar to the PPV poster artwork, it features WWE Champion CM Punk as ‘the devil’. The spine features images of both CM Punk and his challenger on the evening – Ryback.

WWE Hell in a Cell 2012 PPV DVD Cover Art Revealed - CM Punk & Ryback

US fans can pre-order a copy now for release on November 27, by clicking here.

Unfortunately this one will not be available from Silvervision.co.uk for fans in the UK and Europe in the immediate future; however it will still be available for Australian fans via WWEDVD.com.au in December.

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  1. Thomas says:

    @Harry Faversham, I agree with you there, it is total shame that Silver Vision will not be producing any more WWE events / bios, tagged classics or any other event on dvd anymore due to Vince McMahon

    • Harry Faversham says:

      Eh? I didn’t say any of that here. I’m concerned about future releases in the UK but I didn’t give an opinion on that here and I’m certainly not pissed off with Vince McMahon over DVDs. If it wasn’t for Vince McMahon we wouldn’t have any of it. You can’t agree with me on that if I haven’t offered that opinion.

    • Dave says:

      Maybe you should actually wait until the reason for dropping Silver Vision comes out before blaming Vince. Like it or not in the REAL WORLD it comes down to the dollars and cents, like any other company they look into cost. If producing something is too expensive and they have a way to cut those costs, they will do it…doesn’t matter if people like it not.

      • Anonymous says:

        You’re right. In the end, it generally comes down to dollars and cents. But, don’t be so naive into thinking that everything the company does it right for business. They do make mistakes (for example, care to remember the WBF or XFL?) and sometimes the mistakes are made on the basis of ego with business not even coming into the equation. Just as we have to realize WWE is a business catering to the entire world, we also have to realize they do make mistakes from time to time.

        • Vincenzzzzzo says:

          Lol, there always HAS to be someone ripping into WWE for their “mistakes”. The XFL or WBF weren’t mistakes. They were gambles. Chances. Gambles in which, those who bash them, will NEVER be able to achieve in their own lifetimes. I’m just saying…

  2. alva says:

    Because if Romney wins people will say like well the president thats it why not me lol. That could be a problem. Time to call predator raw hanson

  3. alva says:

    If Romney wins, will having sex with underage girls be legal like mormons do or have 3 wifes?

    • Anonymous says:

      I’m guessing you’re trying to be funny, but I hope you realise this is about as hate-filled and disgustingly ignorant as the people who make racist comments because what you’re doing is using stereotypes to knock an entire group of people based on the actions of a few within that group. We’re all individuals who should be judged on our own merits, HISTORY, and RESULTS regardless of race, sex, or religion.

  4. nightmare says:

    That cover is so lame looking I mean even Punk said himself on Raw that it was beyond stupid looking and I agree .The match I feel was one of the weakest Hell In The Cell matches ever done and I seen them all .I did like the ending but I wish the match would have been like the old days where the person bleeds in the cell .

  5. Nick says:

    does anyone think silvervision going out of business is the only reason we havent seen a listing yet. They were always the first to come out with full listings. I just think its a coincidence that the election is on at the same time.

    • Harry Faversham says:

      Silver Vision hasn’t gone out of business they just won’t be producing wwe dvds anymore.

    • Daniel Bee says:

      It’s no coincidence. Should at least be cover art by now.

      • Fact says:

        No coincidence at all. The lack of info on the Attitude era DVD has everything to do with the election. WWE is clearly fearing that it might impact on Linda’s campaign and they have every right to fear it as the Democrats are really charged up and very anti-WWE.

        Want more proof? Even Obama has made a commercial supporting Linda’s Democratic opponent for the Senate (look at ChrisMurphyCT channel on YouTube to see the video posted today). This is the only commercial Obama has made for ANY Senatorial candidate.

        The economy is in as bad shape as it was in 2008, wages are down by more than $4,000 per family, gas prices are doubled, the deficit has been doubled, yet somehow Obama has the time to go out of his way and speak out against a McMahon? Clearly Obama has an axe to grind against WWE (in the past he’s also refused to make a video message for Tribute to the Troops) or else why would he do this?

        November 7th can’t come soon enough. Hopefully we’ll see match listings soon thereafter.

  6. alvaro says:

    What if the Mormon guy wins.

  7. alvaro says:

    Attitude content list coming after lindas lost but what if she wins will wwe cancel it

  8. Steven says:

    Everyone watch after nWo set comes out, WWE will say sorry the Attitude Era will not be coming out this year, I hope it does but I hope I will see a content list soon.

  9. Bruce Brown says:

    No Blu-ray this year for WWE Hell in a Cell 2012

  10. CaptainCrazy says:


  11. Steven says:

    I think WWE should push Santino into the main event picture if Bob Backlaund can win it then Santino can.

  12. SRB says:

    I might be the only one getting tired of Punk. The problem with WWE is there is no middle ground. they either ram guys down your throat like Punk, Cena, Hogan or don’t give certain guys shots to begin with. I think a major problem is the show or events revolving around one guy or one program. WWE has been doing this for a long time. It was either Hogan or the warrior then it was Hart or Taker then it was HHH or HBK then Rock/SCSA and Orton/Batista now its Punk/Cena. I could have sworn there were other guys on the roster. It just gets to be too much. And the problem is that if you dont watch for 6 months you havent missed a thing. Punk has had the title for way too long. Cant wait for the Rumble and I’ll leave it at that

    • Vincenzzzzzo says:

      I totally disagree. I think it’s great that CM Punk has held on to the WWE Championship for almost a year. Over a year after Survivor Series. I cannot stand when the championship titles are “hotshotted” around to 20 wrestlers in a calendar year. The days when wrestlers held their titles for 6 months to a year is fantastic, in my opinion. The credibility is added back to the championship that way.

      As for CM Punk himself? He is the BEST heel in pro wrestling today. No doubt about it. Adding Paul Heyman to the mix was a very smart move too. 6 years ago if you told me CM Punk would be on the top of my list, I would have laughed you out of the room. Since his “pipebomb” last year I have totally began to see how he evolved his character to main event status, and every week he just seems to get better and better, IMO. Especially partnered w/ Heyman. The fact that he beat up a fan (lol) just adds to his greatness…

    • Shane C. Montgomery says:

      So true.

  13. aldo says:

    cm punk vs RIMAN

  14. Dennis says:

    That ain’t PG!

  15. Geolink says:

    NOW they decide to go back to using the PPV art for the cover…

  16. Anonymous says:

    Cm Puke SUCKS

  17. Anonymous says:

    It’s Been Own Of My Favorite PPV

  18. Brad Attitude says:

    Good thing WWE stuck with the poster cover rather than an image shot of two guys wrestling.

  19. Dave says:

    I thought the ppv was decent, nothing spectacular. There have been worse ppvs and this was far from the worst.

    Sheamus vs Big Show was MOTN in my opinion, very entertaining. Orton/Del Rio, Miz/Kofi and Team Hell No/Rhode Scholars were good too.

  20. Daniel Bee says:

    Who hoped for Big Hungry?

  21. Anonymous says:

    Neat cover. Probably won’t buy it though.

  22. Harry Faversham says:

    Yeah well, yeah, well you know. Well without beating about the bush, you know, I mean – well – you know to cut a long story short, well not to put too fine a point on it……..RYBACK SUCKS!!

  23. insanetombstone96 says:

    GLAD they went with the poster for this one. It looks BAD-ASS!!

  24. alvaro says:

    Referee intervention means no contest. It was just a filler because of cenad injurie.. Lame. Dont buy this throw away ppv.

    • Anonymous says:

      Official result is CM Punk def. Ryback by pinfall. If it were a no contest, it would’ve been listed as one like the Raw Hell in a Cells back in the late 90s.

  25. alvaro says:

    No sense to buy the DVD because of the way the ryback punk match ended. I had a chance to watch the ppv for free later that night but skip on it cause no sense to watch a no contest match.

    • Bill says:

      I thought Punk won by pinfall

    • LP1 says:

      So no one should buy this because the result of one match was screwy? There were 7 other matches on the show. Sheamus vs Show was good. The Tag Title match was also good. Orton vs Del Rio was also solid. Not saying it was the best thing WWE ever put out, but to completely crap on it for the finish of one match is foolish. Also it wasn’t a “No Contest”. A no contest means nobody won. Punk won! Was it a screwjob finish? Yup, but there was a winner.

      Also, glad you chose to not watch the PPV illegally. That’s very big of you… SMH

  26. John says:

    That is terrible! No blu-ray though?

  27. Zach says:

    Love it! Especially the side with Ryback & Punk.

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