Exclusive: WWE Money in the Bank 2013 Blu-Ray Coming? Last Day of DVD Event

July 19, 2013 by Daniel Bee

WWE Money in the Bank Logo

Hot off the heels of the cover artwork reveal earlier this week for WWE Money in the Bank 2013, we can now exclusively confirm that the event will see a Blu-ray release.

The cover artwork for the Blu-ray edition is shown below. As of now this is planned to be a store exclusive in the US, much like the recent Payback Blu-ray offered by Best Buy stores.

WWE Money in the Bank 2013 Blu-ray

MITB 2013 is released next month on August 13th. The DVD version can be pre-ordered now here on Amazon.com. Further details of the Blu-ray and extras are coming soon.

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  1. Bob says:

    The main reason i bought a Blu-ray player was to watch my downloaded stuff through the USB port on the Blu-ray Player.

  2. Bob says:

    Playing WWE DVD’s on Blu-ray players look more pixelated than they do on normal DVD players i find. Even though the Blu-Ray players are supposed to enhance the DVD quality. They do with movies but doesn’t look so good with WWE during matches. If we hadn’t seen how good the quality of Blu-ray looks we would probably still think DVD’s looked ok.

  3. Brad Attitude says:

    Dunno how ppl can buy these low rate ppvs when the wrestling quality is so bad these days compared to say, 5 years ago

    • LP1 says:

      You mean 5 years ago when Triple H was facing guys like The Great Khali and Vladimir Kozlov in PPV classics? Yeah I miss those days too.

      No, not really. I’ll take Punk, Bryan, Van Dam, Jericho, Shield, Cesaro and Dolph.

      • David says:

        2008 was actually pretty good, they were on a role with great ppvs and matches. But WWE has been great the last couple years. The future is looking good especially if HHH will be in charge once Vince steps down…like him or not, he has done an excellent job behind the scenes with pushing the young talent.

        • SRB says:

          Yeah, in 08 and 09 you had some duds like HHH/Khali and Kozlov in main events. You also had Batista, Jericho, Hardy, JBL, HBK, Edge and Undertaker.. I say that beats the Usos and Brodus

  4. Tony Kegger says:

    I noticed blu-ray sound is worse than DVD sound for PPV blu-rays.

  5. John Peterson says:

    At this point now,WWE Should just release the rest of the PPVS besides Summerslam and Survivor Series on Blu Ray

  6. Vincenzzzzzo says:

    Awesome news on Money in the Bank Blu-ray. More PPV Blu-ray please.

    I don’t know how anyone can still prefer DVD over Blu-ray. I bought the Extreme Rules 2013 DVD and the picture quality was horrible on my Blu-ray player.

    • SRB says:

      I said in another post that I fought the Blu-Ray conversion all the way. While I’m NOT going to go back and replace former sets on Blu-Ray that I bought on regular DVD (Clash of the Champs, ECW Vol 1, etc) I am doing Blu-Ray on sets from here on out. However, on PPVs, I stick to regular DVD. I wouldn’t say I buy EVERY PPV that comes out, but I do have up until 2012. From my view 2012 and 2013 are somewhat dismal as far as the roster goes. It really makes me realize what we had in 2008 and 2009, which is why I’m off the PPV wagon for the moment. But, as far as Blu-Ray, my first was Edge’s and I was hooked ever since. And if you have a nice little shelf in your rooms with your Blu-Rays, I gotta say, it looks pretty nice.

    • David says:

      The quality was because of compression. DVD is only capable of about 10mbps while Blu-ray can output maximum of about 35mbps, so you can imagine how compressed HD footage looks on DVD.

      This isn’t the first time, since going HD almost all PPV DVDs from 2008 til now have compression issues due to lower bitrate on DVDs.

      Its all about bitrate, the lower, crappier the quality. I think even 3 hours of HD footage on DVD is pushing it and no wonder looks like crap. Thats why most single discs on compilations hit about 2 hrs – 2.5 hrs for decent quality to avoid less pixelation.

      • SRB says:

        I think it’s kind of far reaching to say that anything DVD quality is absolute crap and isn’t watchable. It’s just that Blu-Ray is much better looking. It’s not a case of blondes or brunettes. It’s a case of steak vs. hamburger. These comparisons doing anything for anyone? lol

        • Vincenzzzzzo says:


          I was never really interested in Blu-rays until the Greatest Rivalries: Bret vs Shawn came out. I couldn’t bring myself to buy the DVD version without the Montreal Screwjob because the set felt very incomplete. So I bought a Blu-ray player and have never looked back.

          @ David

          Only the PPV DVD’s look bad but if I were to watch Best of WCW Nitro for example on DVD, the picture quality would look a lot better. It’s only the PPV DVD’s that look like VHS tapes, lol.

          • SRB says:

            Yes. Exactly. Bret/HBK is the one blu-ray I always wish I had. I wasnt on the wagon yet there… One day

      • koberulz says:

        You can’t put HD footage on a DVD at all. What’s on the DVD is standard-def footage. The lower resolution is the reason for the poorer quality.

    • P says:

      I’m also glad that MITB is coming out on blu-ray. I just don’t understand the logic of not releasing Extreme Rules 13 on blu-ray, but having every other PPV thus far on blu-ray.

  7. Steve G says:

    YES! YES! YES!

  8. LP1 says:

    I love it. Keep the PPV blu-rays coming.

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