The European market’s cover for OMG! The Top 50 Incidents in WWE History has just been revealed by Silvervision.
The reasoning behind the change in cover artwork from that of the North American edition was due to the “flaming table spear” supposedly being too graphic. In order to avoid problems with the release, the cover was changed to appease retailers in the UK and Europe.
Ironically, the DVD is actually to be rated 18 in the UK (likely TV-14 in the US) due it’s content.
Compare this with the confirmed cover artwork for the North American version below, which features Edge spearing Mick Foley through the flaming table at WrestleMania 22.
“OMG!” is to be released on DVD and Blu-ray formats first on August 23rd to the USA, and will follow to the UK in September (when purchasing through Silvervision.co.uk).
So, which cover do you prefer? Let us know in the comments section below!
The ones that like the UK cover must be kids or women because it looks terrible and those are the only types of people that like John Cena
the flaming table cover blows away another damn cena cover. at least foley n edge cover lives up to the title of the dvd unlike cena where he’s just showing off his strength which we can just see him do in the gym dammit.
Gr8! Another making out cover, jesus christ!
The UK cover is better than the US one IMO.
i hate it
What a surprise!
It would make more sense if it was one of the higher moments..
can u guys make usa one printable cause i would like to use it plz
hey can you guys make the american cover printable cause i want that 1
I always thought that the original (US) cover does look cheap.
I actually prefer the european cover. And the moment shown is part of the actual main feature (the countdown) on Disc 1 (# 45 – Cena’s Feat of Strength – 5th April, 2009).
wow.. not better at all.. cover looks cheap and makes no sense..
Me too gonna go with the edge/foley version thank god we are gonna get that one thought I find the European version to be good too I actually like
Strange choice since that match isn’t on the DVd only the BD.
The us one