WWE Money in the Bank 2014 DVD Cover Art Revealed – 3 Superstars Featured

July 3, 2014 by Daniel Bee

WWE Money in the Bank 2014 PPV Logo

Money in the Bank 2014‘s DVD cover has come through, featuring WWE World Heavyweight Champion John Cena, “Mr. Money In The Bank” Seth Rollins, and Roman Reigns.

The DVD will hit stores across the United States in 4 week’s time – Tuesday, July 29th, 2014. Following the usual trend, it’s scheduled to be a DVD only release in North America and Australia, but with a Blu-ray edition planned exclusively for the UK and Europe.

Click here to pre-order your copy now with Amazon.com.

WWE Money in the Bank 2014 DVD Cover

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Match Listing

WWE World Heavyweight Championship Ladder Match
John Cena vs. Roman Reigns vs. Randy Orton vs. Sheamus vs. Cesaro vs. Bray Wyatt vs. Kane vs. Alberto Del Rio

Money in the Bank Contract Ladder Match
Seth Rollins vs. Dean Ambrose vs. Dolph Ziggler vs. Jack Swagger vs. Kofi Kingston vs. Rob Van Dam

WWE Tag Team Championship Match
The Wyatt Family vs. The Usos

Divas Championship Match
Paige vs. Naomi

Big E vs. Rusev

Stardust & Goldust vs. RybAxel

Adam Rose vs. Damien Sandow

Summer Rae vs. Layla
Special Guest Referee: Fandango

Planned extras for the Money in the Bank 2014 DVD will be revealed soon!

 

 
Get your copy of the MITB 2014 DVD…

 
USA: Click here to pre-order your copy of Money in the Bank for July 29th.

Australia: Get your DVD from WWEDVD.com.au for August 6th.

UK/Europe: Get your DVD (or Blu-ray) from WWEDVD.co.uk for September 15th.
 


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  1. THOMAS says:

    At least that they used some of their Promotional PPV Posters for their home video / dvd releases until late October 2002 for No Mercy / Rebellion 2002 event, the best Promotional PPV Posters was from 1999 to 2002.

  2. THOMAS says:

    I’m Glad that the WWE did not use the spoiler artwork for their PPV DVD events from 1999 to 2011, times have changed from 1999 to 2011, the artwork has changed for every WrestleMania to Survivor Series to Royal Rumble to SummerSlam, the logo has changed for every huge PPV event from 1999 to 2013

  3. BITW says:

    what pisses me off the most is why dose US not get the blu ray version the ppvs are filmed in HD and are meant to be watched that way why dose the UK get the exclusive? im almost at the point of just not buying wwe ppv dvds any more not till they release them on BD format for the US this is just getting ridicules now

  4. Ron says:

    Yes, these are spoiler covers and I’ll tell you why from personal experience.

    Between 2000 and 2003 for whatever reason I wasn’t following the WWE product at all, nothing, not watching, not reading results, nothing.

    Then in 2003 when I started watching again and I wanted to catch up on what I missed so I started picking up the older DVD’s.
    If those DVD covers were designed like the new ones with the winners on the covers in post match celebration, that would have completely ruined the shows (or at least the main events) for me. Can you imagine WMX7 with McMahon and Austin celebrating together on the cover over a defeated Rock? Jericho holding the belts on the cover of Vengeance 2001? So many other examples.

    I know it’s different now and in the future most fans will catch up on older shows through the network, but still some new fan in 2019 may pick up MITB 2014 in some garage sale for a buck or so and have the main events spoiled for him. Fact.

  5. J says:

    You mad dumbass’s in the comments

  6. Carlos says:

    WTF?! They showed all of the winners on it!!! Jeez, the ppv was great but they keep posting the freaking winners!! It’s so stupid!!!!!!

  7. Dan says:

    @LP1 What I meant was all the matches you could see on Raw except for the ladder matches because they would only happen on PPV but the match was bad the only spot I liked was Reigns tipping over the ladder with Cesaro and Sheamus on it and even if you liked the match would you buy this dvd for 2 matches?

  8. Dan says:

    Will anyone really buy this? this PPV was awful every match was Raw quality except for the MITB matches and the world title MITB sucked if you want it for the briefcase match just wait a few months that match will most likely be included on the best PPV matches dvd

    • LP1 says:

      You said the World Title ladder match was a ppv-quality match AND that it sucked all in the same sentence. How is that possible?

  9. luke says:

    I hate the dvd covers showing the winners on it

  10. Vincenzzzzzo says:

    I’m so sick to death hearing about “spoiler covers”. I can’t even take those people seriously. How can a DVD cover spoil an event that ALREADY TOOK PLACE?!?!?!?

    A spoiler cover would be if WWE released the Money in the Bank DVD cover 3 months before the actual PPV. Now THAT’S a spoiler. The SummerSlam poster that was leaked a few days ago…. THAT’S a spoiler.

    • David says:

      What i don’t get is, do people really buy PPV DVDs without watching or even knowing the results these days? Do those people follow WWE only through their DVDs and avoid all RAW and SDs just so they don’t get spoiled?

      As LP1 said, there is really no logic, people want to complain just for the sake of complaining. Spoiler covers are probably the worst complaints on here and those people really need a reality check.

      • Vincenzzzzzo says:

        And I think you’re 100% correct. They really do complain just for the sake of it. Another excuse is “they want to pull it off the shelf in 10 years and don’t want the show spoiled”. LOL. Really?

      • TedFox says:

        I want to put out there that yes, I only watch WWE through DVDs these days. Subscription TV is too expensive and I rarely get time to watch all the programming which I want. The only exception was Wrestlemania.

      • Steve says:

        Yes, people DO watch the DVDs without knowing the results, or at least try to. I have the Network now, so I’ve been able to watch the PPVs live since Wrestlemania, but before that I followed WWE exclusively by watching the PPVs on DVD when they released. I deliberately avoided looking anything wrestling-related up on the internet, even, to try to avoid match results, and I had quite a few events spoiled by covers that gave away results, and was really frustrated.

        Please, just because people enjoy wrestling in a different way than you do, don’t crap on them and their concerns. They are legitimate wrestling fans with a legitimate issue with the way the product is being designed.

  11. AD Degreez says:

    If people are so worried about the DVD cover being a spoiler the. Does that mean they don’t watch the raw after the ppv because the first thing the do is recap the main event results just like the cover does…. Great cover money in the bank has always been my favourite ppv!!!

  12. King1112 says:

    I will never understand why WWE is so high on Roman Reigns. The guy is not special at all, he’s boring

  13. SRB says:

    Who cares about spoiler covers? Why is that always an issue? We all know what happened. We all watched or read about it. I really doubt there’s a majority of the wrestling watching population that plans on buying this, but has no idea what happened.

    • LP1 says:

      There is no good logical reason for people to complain about DVD covers “spoiling” the event. They just want to complain. Every excuse I’ve heard as to why spoiler covers are bad are hysterical. “What if someone wanted to buy the DVD and didn’t know the results? Once they see the cover it will be ruined for them.” Ok. So people only buy DVD’s of events they don’t know the results of? The majority of people who buy PPV’s on DVD already know the results and it doesn’t stop them from buying it. If you wanna buy the DVD you’re gonna buy it whether you know the results or not. End of story.

    • Kenny says:

      The cover is just an eye-catcher on the shelf. The content is what sells.

  14. TheManInBlu says:

    Yep. Saw it yesterday on Amazon. I like it a lot. I already have it pre-ordered. Those bitching about Reigns being on it; he’s there because he’s awesome and WWE intends to push him in a big way 🙂

  15. THOMAS says:

    I like the artwork, stop your complaining dudes, the WWE has the final say for the artwork of a fantastic event.

  16. TJ says:

    Why the hell is Reigns there? He barely made an impact. God, I can’t stand the guy

    • afcchamp88 says:

      You are in for a long next 5 years.

    • Kenny says:

      For the longest time I heard people going crazy about how WWE needs to do something with Reigns. Now that the ball is in motion, we start getting complaints like this.

      …and people wonder why WWE doesn’t pay attention to its fans?! It’s because THEY DON’T KNOW WHAT THE HELL THEY WANT!!!

      • David says:

        Wrestlers not named Daniel Bryan, CM Punk, Ziggler, Ambrose and Rollins automatically get **** on by the IWC.

        The internet wrestling fans are a bunch of hypocrites. They bash Cena because he “buries” talent and and overcomes the odds, but those same fans see nothing wrong with that when guys like Bryan and Punk do the same.

        Example, I was reading lot of comments praising Bryan on what he said to Bo Dallas on the kick-off but if Cena did that, fans would have pitchforks and ***** about how Cena “buried” Bo Dallas, “how can he recover” and so on.

        The main face of the WWE always get **** by internet fans. Back in the AE, search some old forums and see the amount of hate Austin and Rock were getting and HHH being the “IWC’s golden boy” similar to how they worship Punk and Bryan now. Its ridiculous.

        Back then WM17 was crapped on by the IWC but of course now considered the greatest WM ever due to nostalgia goggles.

        • Kenny says:

          You’re right. The same people who get behind someone on their way up are the same people who turn on the guy as soon as he gets the approval from the company. Cena was the same way, Punk…I wasn’t on boards or anything when Austin and Rock were on fire, but I’m sure you’re right. Wouldn’t surprise me a bit.

          I never heard of Mania 17 getting crapped on. I only ever saw good-to-great reviews for that show. Huh. I wouldn’t say it’s the greatest, but it was a damn good show.

  17. Book says:

    Even tho this cover spoils the “whole” event I love it. The only thing I don’t get: REIGNS!?

  18. Bill says:

    It’s ok I guess

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