WWE Hell in a Cell 2013 DVD Cover Revealed – Triple H, HBK, Randy Orton!

October 30, 2013 by Daniel Bee

Earlier today WWEDVD.co.uk revealed the official DVD cover for this past Sunday’s WWE Hell in a Cell 2013 PPV!

WWE Hell in a Cell 2013 PPV Logo



The HIAC DVD releases to the US next month on November 26th (pre-order it). It follows to Australia on December 4th, then on to the UK and Europe on January 27th.

WWE Hell in a Cell 2013 DVD Cover

WWE Championship Hell in a Cell Match
Daniel Bryan vs. Randy Orton
Special guest referee: Shawn Michaels

World Heavyweight Championship Match
John Cena vs. Alberto Del Rio

Divas Championship Match
AJ Lee vs. Brie Bella

The Real Americans vs. Los Matadores

Handicap Hell in a Cell Match
CM Punk vs. Ryback & Paul Heyman

United States Championship Match
Big E Langston vs. Dean Ambrose

Fandango & Summer Rae vs. The Great Khali & Natalya

WWE Tag Team Championship Triple Threat Match
Seth Rollins & Roman Reigns vs. The Usos vs. Cody Rhodes & Goldust

Special features for Hell in a Cell 2013 are still to be announced.

At this time it appears that for the North American market there will only be a DVD version. However, a Blu-ray edition is confirmed for UK/Europe and its artwork is shown below.

WWE Hell in a Cell 2013 Blu-ray Cover

Get your copy of Hell in a Cell 2013…

– In the US: Click here to pre-order the Hell in a Cell DVD for November 26th.

– In Australia: Order the DVD from WWEDVD.com.au for December 4th.

– In UK/Europe: Order the DVD (or Blu-ray) from WWEDVD.co.uk for January 27th.


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  1. Spritz1999 says:

    Seriously, I absolutely love this cover! And on top of that… I don’t see a spoiler so I see no reason why anyone should have reason to whine & complain about the cover!

  2. Isrs4life says:

    A it was the first time ever that CM Punk and Ryback fought again in Hell in a Cell
    even thow Paul Heyman was a part of it but still its a first I know the last time
    Ryback was John Cenas replacement but there both different now!

  3. RabidHeat says:

    Lol @ people thinking Bryan’s push is over just because he is not on the cover of one DVD. So quick to judge. Just see where the storylines go! Give it a coupla weeks and just chill. I think it’s a strong possibility Bryan is gonna win the Rumble anyway!

  4. Mr Disc says:

    I think the cover is quite decent. The more this storyline goes the more i’m thinking it’s gonna lead to a Shawn v Triple H match at Mania 30. As these two really are best friends i think they would love to have a match at the 30th Anniversary of Wrestlemania. I think Shawn is itching to get back inside the ring one last time.

    • Mr Disc says:

      The seed was planted when DB slapped the yes lock on Shawn and Triple H was no where to be found to help him. Don’t think that these two haven’t thought about wrestling each other on the big stage at Mania one last time. So sorry Bob i didn’t know that inbreds like you got on this site that still actually think wrestling is real.

  5. Gordon says:

    Looks a hell of a lot like Extreme Rules 2013’s cover in terms of the layout. They need to get new idea; nice cover nonetheless. Thanks! ๐Ÿ˜€

  6. Steven says:

    I’m sorry but isn’t this storyline suppose to get daniel bryan over? He’s not even on the cover What idiots.

  7. LP1 says:

    Since it seems Bryan is out of the main event picture and feuding with the Wyatts now, it’s only fitting that he wouldn’t be on the cover. One final slap in the face for him.

    How WWE can say they did anything but bury this guy over the last few months is absurd. In their minds they think they did the right thing and elevated him. All they did was tell us for months that he’s not good enough to be a top guy and at the end of the day they made sure to prove they were right.

    As for the PPV, I didn’t think it was anything special at all. The best match was easily the 3-Way Tag Title match. The two Cell matches were very subpar and not at the level of what a Cell match should be. Also Cena winning yet another World Title felt like Groundhog Day. The one arm bandit can beat anybody.

    Sorry to sound so negative. I’m just really down on the WWE direction lately. They need to make some serious changes to how they book the product. Cena and Orton being champions for the thousandth time feels very 2008-2009.

    • David says:

      I think main eventing 4 straight PPVs and being part of one of the main storylines in WWE is not a slap in the face at all. Stars aren’t made overnight, not everyone has to be in the main event. Rock at point was feuding with Billy Gunn of all people after matches with Austin and HHH and was WWF champion 6 months prior; does that mean Rock was buried? Bryan’s time will come, if anything they are pushing the Wyatts now by attacking the two favorites.

      I think people around the internet don’t even know what the term buried even means. They throw that word out like they know exactly what it is. Bryan was NOT buried. If thats the case then Rock and Austin sure buried the entire roster in the Attitude Era – either verbally or in matches and segments. At certain points Austin was beating Kane and Undertaker on a weekly basis – does that mean Kane and Taker were buried? how about Rock calling everyone “jabronis’ (it means jobber).

      Thats the problem with fans today, they sit there throw around wrestling lingo and talk like they actually work for the company and know exactly whats going on backstage and think they know the wrestlers personally after watching their DVDs or listening to bitter-ex wrestlers. Fans just think they’re too smart of the business. Look at those people on Youtube, specifically Gemni and Steven Breech, they’re both man-children that take this serious (sometimes to an extreme) and think they know the business just because they sit there and watch it and have about 5 bookshelves full of DVDs and VHS from the last 25 years.

      • Simon says:

        To be fair, McMahon pretty much buried ‘Taker at Survivor Series 2003.

        • Harry Faversham says:

          Ha ha yeah, Taker got totally buried there! Mankind and Stone Cold Steve Austin did it too. Unforgiveable really. At the very least it was a bit mean. They are wrong for doing that.

      • LP1 says:

        David your analogies do not make any sense at all. You mentioned Rock feuding with Billy Gunn after being WWF Champion. The difference between Rock at that point and Bryan right now is that Rock was already a legit main eventer. He had several runs with the WWF Title and he just trasitioned from heel to face on top of that.

        Bryan hasn’t been Champion yet. I’m sorry, but two Title wins that combined lasted less than 24 hours does not help elevate an up and coming potential top babyface. Also Rock and Austin didn’t bury any up and coming top babyfaces. They only feuded with heels. When Austin was beating Taker and Kane in 1998 Taker was already long established as a legit top guy. And Kane was a heel. It’s different. Not to mention that comparing the attitude era to today is apples and oranges because the company was on fire then and then could get away from some bad creative decisions. Today they desperately need to make new top stars. When Cena was out for 2 months they finally had the chance to make a legit new top babyface in Bryan and they dropped the ball badly. 4 PPV’s in a row the guy got screwed over somehow and then in the end he doesn’t overcome the odds and get the happy ending after the audience was told the whole time that he wasn’t good enough to get the job done. And at the end of the day he didn’t get the job done. And now we’re back to Cena and Orton as the top guys again and it’s back to business as usual. Timing is everything and they missed a really big opportunity with Bryan. Now if ever does win the Title it’s not gonna mean what it could have because the moment has passed.

        The same thing happened two years ago with Punk. They had a red hot storyline with Punk that summer and what did they do? They dropped the ball by having HHH and Nash mess with him(which Punk never got his win back from) and then when Punk finally got the belt back at Survivor Series nobody cared because the moment passed.

  8. TheManInBlu says:

    Good cover; I like it but it could’ve been better along the lines of the Battleground cover art. This was the second best PPV this year after SummerSlam in my humble opinion. I thoroughly enjoyed it. The Rhodes vs Shield vs Usos match was one of the most exciting tag team matches I’ve ever seen!!

  9. Bowers says:

    i don’t mind the cover but for what i think was a decent event just wish it was a more creative cover like the Battleground artwork.

  10. Jake E says:

    Might get a couple other Blu-Rays next year if they make the ones I want e.g. (To name some) attitude era vol.2, When Raw goes off air, full raw and smackdown episodes 1996-2009/2010 maybe also 2014 if its good. If TNA did that maybe 2014 if good and 2010-2011 maybe also 2008-2009 who knows.

  11. Jake E says:

    I’m going to get every tna (DVD) and wwe (Blu-Ray) ppv starting from next year in the UK also the live in the uk (DVD’s) and the best of raw and smackdown (Blu-Ray).

    But that cover looks fantastic, the best this year and possibly the best or second best ppv this year and the raw after it too. WWE’s been rubbish the last three years and I some how have high hopes for next year. Wwe wrestlemania 30 could change everything hoping for return of jake snake roberts and jeff hardy. Hope TNA survives even if it gets sold but they need new/more people, jeff’s their best but I prefer wwe so therfore want jeff in wwe. PERIOD.

  12. King_2077 says:

    Decent cover. So it will include a Blu-Ray release in North America?

  13. ALK says:


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