BREAKING: WWE ‘Kevin Owens: Fight Owens Fight’ DVD Confirmed for 2017 – A Documentary Included!

March 1, 2017 by Daniel Bee

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Heads up, WWE just revealed that Kevin Owens is coming to Home Video this year!

The 3-disc DVD release on Owens will be titled “Fight Owens Fight – The Kevin Owens Story”; a title that gives a very strong indication that this one will be receiving the documentary treatment — and since it’s a major biography offering, expect a Blu-ray edition too.

Kevin Owens, the reigning WWE Universal Champion, joins the 2017 WWE DVD/Blu-ray schedule alongside fellow Superstar-themed compilations sets on Seth Rollins and Diamond Dallas Page.

The news literally just broke so details are still scarce, however WWE has already unveiled this exclusive sneak peek video, confirming plans to release the Kevin Owens DVD in July:

Also unveiled today is temporary cover artwork for WWE’s first “Double Feature” pack combining RAW and SmackDown LIVE PPVs. It gives an inkling into the type of design we might see on the final artwork, and perhaps a hint at who could show up at this Sunday’s Fastlane PPV!

The “Double Feature: Elimination Chamber & Fastlane 2017” DVD can already be pre-ordered here on It’s scheduled for release worldwide and it will be a 2-disc set. At this time there are no plans to put out the two events as separate, standalone DVD or Blu-ray titles.

Get a look at the first draft artwork and find the release date for your region below.

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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

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  1. RabidHeat says:

    Although and I am sure lots of others are fully expecting ‘taker to appear at Fastlane to start the Reigns feud off, I still think a small “potential spoiler” warning somewhere in this article might have shown some consideration for those who like to suspend disbelief, lol.

  2. Craig says:

    The Kevin Owens dvd trailer looks alright but I don’t think he’s done enough to warrant his own wwe set just yet. Guys like Andre, Rick Rude, Ted DiBiase, Vader, Kurt Angle, Booker T are deserving of their own sets before today’s younger stars.

    Let’s see what that idiot “iheart2000s” will say now.

    • IHeart2000s says:

      Craig, I will respectably disagree with you. While I do see some of your points here, I do have to say that I do not necessarily agree with them. Playing the devil’s advocate here, I believe that YOU are in the fact the idiot

    • whut says:

      of course, from the WWE’s standpoint, it’s not about “deserve”. but instead what potentially sells more copies.

      and Owens is a lot more like to move units than almost everyone that you mentioned (maybe except Angle).

  3. Jonathan M says:

    To me, Sheamus, Kane, Mark Henry or maybe even the Miz deserve DVD docoumtaries of their careers. They been in WWE for a while. They well established careers have been set. They should consider. As for legends like, Ted Dibiase and Rick Rude their long overdue. But one thing for a Docoumtary of the way undertaker will happen when he goes into the Hall of fame and retires for good.

  4. Robert emons says:

    Will you please let us know if this is the final cover artwork for elimination chamber and fastlane or if they update the final artwork? Thanks!

  5. Josh says:

    How does Owens get a DVD release before Miz?

    • Brad Attitude says:

      Dude, nobody will go out and buy a Miz dvd. He’s a terrible actor/wrestler and doesn’t contribute anything to the wrestling industry.

  6. LP1 says:

    I never understood the whole “It’s too soon for a release” argument. Doesn’t anyone remember back in the day when WWE would make home video releases on guys after only being in the company for a relatively short time? The first Hulkamania VHS was released exactly 1 year after Hogan returned to the WWF in 1984. Then they released Hulkamania 2 a year later and continued to release more Hogan videos every year until 1992. Austin had his first video released in June 1997, a year and a half after his debut. And he too would have more releases pretty much every year until 2002. The Ultimate Warrior had his first video released less than 2 years after debuting. Savage had his first video released a little over a year after his WWF debut. Piper’s first video was about a year and half after his debut too.

    • Foley is Good says:

      Yeah. Back in the day they only released current material. Like you didn’t see Bruno Sammartino video tapes released during the Attitude Era.

      • LP1 says:

        Exactly my point. Kevin Owens is a current wrestler.

        • Brad Attitude says:

          He doesn’t have enough classic matches to fill up 3 discs. Half his matches will most likely be fillers unless they spend some money and dig up some older stuff during his time on the indies.

          • LP1 says:

            Who said they have to be “classic” matches? How about just good-to-great matches? Of which he’s had plenty. Between NXT and WWE he’s had a ton of really good matches with Balor, Neville, Zayn, Samoa Joe, Cena, Cesaro, Ambrose, Styles, Reigns, Rollins, multiple man matches like Mania 32 and Extreme Rules 2016, tag matches with Jericho and others.

            • LP1 says:

              Also there’s going to be a documentary included plus I’m sure bonus interviews and vignettes and whatnot. So it’s not going to be 3 discs of just matches. They have plenty of material.

            • Brad Attitude says:

              Classic matches are what makes the wrestlers memorable for their work and gets fans to buy the DVDs/blurays to rewatch the matches again and again. Nobody is going to want to own a set if the matches are just “good” but not memorable years later down the road. I wouldn’t want to own a DVD/bluray set if the star is only capable of having good spotfests matches instead of matches that will stand the test of time.

              • LP1 says:

                Nobody wants to own a DVD if there’s no classic matches? That’s not accurate at all. If you read these threads, almost every day people are asking for unreleased matches. How many “classic” unreleased matches are there? Every classic match has been released somewhere before.

    • Brad Attitude says:

      Back in the day superstars would get early releases because they had great characters and personas while others had already been in the business for many years (albeit with other promotions). Today’s superstars however lack good personas, characters, charisma, just about everything that makes a good wrestler stand out. Plus today’s generation of stars lack the experience and don’t stay with wwe very long.

      • LP1 says:

        That’s a subjective argument. Regardless, Owens has had some of the best matches in the company over the last 2 years. And really, that’s all that should matter when it comes to video releases, how good the matches are.

  7. Nicolas Hébert says:

    YA! A Kevin Owens documentary. Maybe some interviews with his family will be in French with English subtitle! Can’t wait for that from a big fan of the Province of Quebec!

  8. Anan says:

    Understand why they’re releasing a KO set. It’s for marketing purposes, to capitalize on him right now as he’s one of the company’s hottest talents right now, on top as the Universal Champion. He’s been in WWE for awhile now. I imagine his NXT run (debut, NXT title win, maybe his last NXT match), the John Cena matches, especially the one where he pinned Cena clean, the match against Sami Zayn at Battleground or Payback (forgot which PPV it was, maybe both of them), the Fatal 4 Way where he won the Universal Championship with help from HHH will make the cut.

    With all the above said, however, I agree with Paul that while the set will be good, it still does seem a little bit too early to have a set on him. WWE really should do docs on British Bulldog, Ted Dibiase, Rick Rude, capitalize on Goldberg being in WWE by doing a doc on him, doing one on Kurt Angle will be fitting with him going into the HOF this year, Vader should get a doc as well as a HOF induction especially if the stories involving his health and only 2 years left to live are true. I wanna see a doc on Sid. Two members of The Kliq got docs done – those being HBK & Scott Hall aka Razor Ramon. Sean Waltman aka X-Pac and Kevin Nash are left though The Kliq set may have covered their stories. Idk as I didn’t see it. I figured that would be more about centered on the group itself rather than the individuals who are in the group. Jake Roberts deserves a more proper doc versus the one WWE did on him in 2005.

    • Anan says:

      Sorry. Clicked “Post Comment” accidently. Forgot to mention managers deserve sets too. Jimmy Hart, Paul Bearer.

      As far as wrestlers, Taker who I imagine once he retires or enters the HOF will get a doc. I’ve long been waiting too for a doc on Kane.

  9. Justin F says:

    Completely unnecessary.

  10. Paul says:

    I’m sure a KO release will be very good. It just seems a little early to release one on him especially given we’re still waiting (and suspect will be waiting a very long time) for a British Bulldog, Ted DiBiase and Rick Rude releases

  11. Mark says:

    Excellent news on the Owens DVD, day 1 purchase

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