Cover Artwork & Extras Revealed for WWE Payback 2014 DVD & Blu-Ray

June 10, 2014 by Daniel Bee

Revealed today at was the cover artwork and extras for WWE Payback 2014 on DVD and Blu-ray!

WWE Payback PPV Logo

Included in the special features is the “Mask vs. Hair” match from the Kickoff show, a few backstage interviews, and RAW & Smackdown segments leading into the PPV.

The DVD hits stores first across the United States on July 1st. You can pre-order a copy with Amazon by clicking here. A Blu-ray is coming to UK/Europe on August 18th.

DVD Extras

– Nikki Bella Weighs in On Daniel Bryan’s Decision
Payback Kickoff

Mask vs. Hair Match:
El Torito vs. Hornswoggle
Payback Kickoff

– Renee Young Interviews Sheamus

WWE Payback 2014 DVD Cover Artwork

Blu-ray Exclusives (UK/Europe)

– 20-Man Battle Royal for the United States Championship
RAW • May 5, 2014

– Six-Man Tag Team Match: John Cena & The Usos vs. The Wyatt Family
SmackDown • May 5, 2014

– The Shield Challenge Evolution to Clash at Payback
RAW • May 12, 2014

– Bray Wyatt Promises to be the Last Man Standing
RAW • May 12, 2014

– Non-Title Match: Paige vs. Alicia Fox
RAW • May 12, 2014

– Bray Wyatt Sends a Message to the Cenation
RAW • May 26, 2014

– The Authority Asks Daniel Bryan to Hand Over His Championship
RAW • May 26, 2014

– The Shield vs. Evolution Contract Signing
RAW • May 26, 2014

The WWE Payback 2014 DVD will be released next month (pre-order yours here). It hits Australia also in July. The UK and Europe gets it on both DVD and Blu-ray in August.

Speaking of covers, here’s the artwork for “Breaking Kayfabe: Troy Martin“.

That’s released Thursday at on DVD and instant streaming.

Kayfabe Commentaries - Breaking Kayfabe with Troy Martin DVD

Prepare for a trip inside the man responsible for the character of The Franchise Shane Douglas. Troy Martin is universally regarded as one of the most intelligent, well spoken men in the wrestling business, and now he sits down across from Sean Oliver for a trip into his past, as well as his future. Troy tackles his childhood and the pain of loss as well as the formative years in his education and career.

Martin’s successes did not come without a price. We will explore the pains of divorce, addiction, and the frustration of education from a teacher’s perspective. After removing himself from Extreme Rising, he is set to embark on a venture to launch a new, revolutionary wrestling organization and you’ll hear all about it.

It’s all here…high school, college, wrestling, teaching, and yes, Target…all in this latest edition of Breaking Kayfabe.

The next WWE DVD documentary that will be available to watch on the WWE Network will this time be one from 2006 – The Spectacular Legacy of the AWA.

We’ve added that to our new “WWE DVDs on WWE Network” page.

WWE Network - Beyond the Ring - WWE DVD Streaming

Check out these miscellaneous WWE DVD/Blu-ray deals all finishing today on eBay:

WWE Blu-ray Collection - Undertaker

$1.00 – Signature Sounds The Music of WWE DVD
$2.00 – Best of RAW After The Show DVD
$2.25 – Hulk Still Rules DVD
$4.50 – Survivor Series Anthology Vol. 1 DVD
$4.69 – Triple H That Damn Good DVD
$5.24 – WWF Royal Rumble 2000 DVD
$15.50 – WrestleMania 30 DVD (FYE Exclusive)
$19.50 – WWF Backlash 2001 DVD
$21.50 – RAW 20th Anniversary Collection Box Set
$30.00 – Lot of 6 WWE Blu-ray Discs

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  1. THOMAS says:

    Finally using the Promotional PPV Poster for the blu ray & dvd, same Goes for the events from WrestleMania in 1999 up to No Mercy 2001 up to Royal Rumble 2002 / Backlash 2002 / Judgment Day 2002 / Unforgiven 2002 / No Mercy 2002 / Rebellion 2002 / Royal Rumble 2003 & the rest of the events that has used the Promotional PPV Poster for the dvds

  2. Jason says:

    is this the usa cover too

  3. Kenny says:

    Why do they have to use Shane Douglas’ real name on that DVD?! Comes across like it’s just a bunch of lame smarks behind this DVD. Who’s Troy Martin?! Sorry, just a pet peeve, people calling a wrestler by his shoot name instead of his wrestling name. Who’s really gonna come up to Lex Luger and say, “How are you, Larry”?! Just dumb.

    • LP1 says:

      Kayfabe Commentaries isn’t a “bunch of lame smarks”. They’re a very respected company that’s been putting out some of the best DVD products for years. Perhaps it was Shane himself that decided on using his real name.

    • Mark D says:

      The original premiss behind the “Breaking Layfabe” series is that they aren’t shoot interviews about the careers of the superstars, they’re about the lives of the individuals who portrayed the superstar. Hence the reason they use their proper names.

  4. Mr. Hesse says:

    Promises to push new stars.

    Puts himself on the poster and dvd cover.

    • Kenny says:

      I don’t care if he’s on the poster. He’s a star. You put your stars on the posters. Roman Reigns isn’t going to be on a poster for a long time. Pushing the guy is what you do with him on camera. Not whether he’s on a PPV poster.

    • Rez says:

      Thinks he knows everything.
      Doesn’t understand what a marketing department is.

    • AJ says:

      You’re so right…losing to Daniel Bryan and The Shield for three straight PPVs, while running the developmental brand of the WWE that’s produced two PPV quality specials this year. Give him the shovel!

    • Vincenzzzzzo says:

      You can’t be serious?

  5. Bill says:

    When was the last time they used the original poster?

  6. TheManInBlu says:

    Finally they’re deciding to go with the poster for the box artwork. Definitely a step in the right direction. Way better than those crappy screenshots taken from the events.

    • Kenny says:

      I totally agree. I have no idea why they stopped using the poster art in the first place. Those still photos from the event just really looked second- or third-rate.

      • SRB says:

        Votes for the worst one ever? Summerslam 2010. Awful.

        • Kenny says:

          Any of the re-releases of WrestleMania.

          • ekkoes4life says:

            Agreed.. only one more thing worse than their covers are the cuts in the events.. trying to make their own history altered by “deleting” the likes of choke-holds and instead putting in crowd-reactions…that might not even be from that particulare segment…is just plain rubbish. I never will replace my Anthology and Tagged Classics editions with those ugly looking bad cutted editions.

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