WWE Releasing THE UNDERTAKER 6-Disc DVD Set, WM38 on Blu-Ray, Change to Ruthless Aggression

April 2, 2022 by Daniel Bee

Happy WrestleMania weekend!

As announced by WWE Home Video UK, a 6-disc DVD set on the newly-inducted WWE Hall of Famer The Undertaker will be released toward the end of 2022 — “Undertaker: The Complete WrestleMania Collection”.

Every ‘Taker match at ‘Mania in one DVD box set — beginning with WrestleMania 7 in 1991 and journeying through to WrestleMania 36 in 2020, of course covering Undertaker’s legendary Streak, and his matches beyond against the likes of Bray Wyatt, Roman Reigns and AJ Styles!

This collection is likely to be exclusive to the UK and Germany (given the recent update that US WWE DVDs in 2022 will be PPV/PLE-only). We should be able to confirm this soon.

WWE The Undertaker - Complete WrestleMania DVD Collection Announced for 2022!

We’re pleased to report that this weekend’s WrestleMania 38 extravaganza will see a release on both DVD and Blu-ray formats in the US and Canada, as per usual, which feels like a nice development given the uncertainly at the beginning of the year around whether there would be any WWE DVDs at all produced for the domestic market.

WrestleMania 38 is the next Home Video release on the way in the US. Expect it May 10th.

Pre-order WrestleMania 38 now with Amazon.com.

The UK’s release of WrestleMania 38 won’t be far behind – the UK also gets it on DVD and Blu-ray May 30th. In Australia, it appears there are still no new WWE DVD titles planned for the region; Madman‘s final release was Survivor Series 2021.

UPDATE: While the final list of extras for WrestleMania is still to be confirmed, it was revealed today that The Undertaker’s induction into the WWE Hall of Fame will be included as a bonus feature on the WM38 DVD & Blu-ray! Sounds like WWE are making it a priority to include the speech somewhere in the final contents.

The next new WWE DVD in the UK lands this coming Monday: “Best of 1997: Dawn of the Attitude – 25th Anniversary Edition”.

The cover artwork for this expanded edition has been unveiled (eagle-eyed fans will notice the original release was titled “1997: Dawn of the Attitude…” on the cover artwork, while this re-release is titled “Best of 1997: Dawn of the Attitude…”):

WWE '1997: Dawn of the Attitude DVD Box Artwork - 4 Disc Anniversary Edition, UK Exclusive

This UK exclusive by Fremantle expands the 3-disc DVD to a 4-disc DVD by adding the Blu-ray exclusive content from the original Blu-ray version onto a new bonus disc.

That means you get almost 1 hour and 30 minutes of extras over the original if you didn’t opt for the Blu-ray before, or if you’re discovering this title for the first time.

Get some Anniversary Attitude on Amazon.co.uk.

WWE '1997: Dawn of the Attitude DVD Content Listing - 4 Disc Anniversary Edition, UK Exclusive

Heads up on a WrestleMania-sized WWE DVD sale going on right now in HMV stores across the UK!

More than 30 WrestleMania-related titles are said to be included, with prices reduced to as low as £7.99 each. Head out and grab some new additions for your collection this ‘Mania weekend.

Big WrestleMania DVD & Blu-ray Sale in the UK - WrestleMania 38 Promotion

Big WrestleMania DVD & Blu-ray Sale in the UK - WrestleMania 38 Promotion

We recently announced WWE has green-lighted a “Ruthless Aggression Vol. 2” DVD for May 2022, following up on the first volume released a couple of years ago.

It’s still happening, but a change has been made.

WWE - The Rock & Stone Cold Steve Austin Face to Face at WrestleMania 19

Originally pencilled in as a 2-disc set, the second Ruthless Aggression DVD will now be a single-disc release. This is because all of the episodes featured (without extras) fit on one disc.

Therefore, the full content listings looks like this…


Ruthless Aggression Vol. 2
Get it on Amazon UK:

Hollywood Rock

  • Making an Impact
  • Icon vs. Icon
  • The Rock Returns
  • Action!
  • The Rock Concert
  • The Stone Cold Truth
  • Who’s Next?
  • The People’s Champion


  • Reinventing the Wheel
  • RAW Roulette
  • Elimination Chamber
  • Money in the Bank
  • Failed Attempts
  • Taboo Tuesday
  • Byte This!
  • Forward Thinking

The First Revolution

  • The Struggle is Real
  • A Perfect Fit
  • Opportunity Knocks
  • The Story Evolves
  • Diva Search
  • Trish & Lita
  • Trish & Mickie
  • Paving the Way

The Resurrection of Shawn Michaels

  • Shawn’s Attitude
  • Backing Away
  • A Triumphant Return
  • Dreams Come True
  • Reuinted
  • Mr. WrestleMania Returns
  • The Legacy of Shawn Michaels
  • Reflections

Securing the Future

  • The Early Days
  • OVW
  • Tough Enough
  • Bright Lights, Big Future
  • The Grandest Stage of Them All
  • The Performance Center

WWE Ruthless Aggression Vol. 2 DVD - Full Content Listing Revealed

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  1. RabidHeat says:

    WrestleMania 38 cover art is on Amazon UK and for some stupid reason Undertaker is front and centre in his ring gear, as if he was wrestling on the show. I guess they didn’t wanna pass up one last opportunity to have his face help sell a ‘Mania DVD.

    • LP1 says:

      It’s not like he wasn’t on the show. He showed up on both nights. Plus if his Hall Of Fame speech is included as a bonus, then that’s gonna be a big selling point for some people. Makes sense.

      • RabidHeat says:

        He’s in his wrestling gear on the cover. I’m just saying the implication is there to a casual buyer who sees it on a store shelf that he wrestled at the show. I just think Kevin Owens should be there above Austin.

        And why the women are mixed up to make it look like Becky fought Ronda and Charlotte fought Bianca, I’ve no idea.

        I kinda think they could’ve gotten AJ and Edge on there too.

  2. RCS1988 says:

    Here’s a potential rundown for an Undertaker Unreleased Set. 44 Matches.

    Phenom: The Unreleased Matches of the Undertaker

    Dream Team vs. the Million $ Team
    Hard Camera Version
    Survivor Series 90 November 22, 1990

    The Undertaker vs. Jimmy Snuka
    Madison Square Garden January 21, 1991

    The Undertaker vs. Tugboat
    London Gardens February 16, 1991

    The Undertaker vs. Jimmy Snuka
    Hard Camera Version
    Wrestlemania 7 March 24, 1991

    The Undertaker vs. the Ultimate Warrior
    Fresno, California June 18, 1991

    The Undertaker vs. the Ultimate Warrior in a Bodybag Match
    Maple Leaf Gardens July 21, 1991

    The Undertaker vs. Randy Savage
    Portland, Maine July 30, 1991

    The Undertaker vs. Sid Justice in a Bodybag Match
    Cornwall, Ontario September 10, 1991

    The Undertaker vs. The Big Bossman
    Ft. Wayne, Indiana October 21, 1991

    The Undertaker vs. Bret Hart
    Dayton, Ohio October 22, 1991

    The Undertaker vs. Texas Tornado
    Wrestling Challenge November 9, 1991

    The Undertaker vs. Jim Duggan
    Springfield, Massachusetts November 12, 1991

    The Undertaker vs. Hulk Hogan
    New Haven, Connecticut November 13, 1991

    The Undertaker vs. Hulk Hogan
    Hard Camera Version
    Survivor Series 91 November 27, 1991

    The Undertaker vs. The British Bulldog
    Copps Coliseum November 30, 1991

    The Undertaker & Jake Roberts vs. Randy Savage & Sid Justice
    Ft. Myers, Florida January 8, 1992

    The Undertaker vs. Col. Mustafa
    West Palm Beach, Florida February 18, 1992

    The Undertaker vs. Sid Justice
    Toledo, Ohio April 7, 1992

    The Undertaker & the Ultimate Warrior vs. Papa Shango & Kamala
    Worcester, Massachusetts July 20, 1992

    The Undertaker vs. Razor Ramon
    Erie, PA November 23, 1992

    The Undertaker vs. Skinner (Full Version)
    Monday Night Raw February 22, 1993

    The Undertaker vs. Yokozuna
    Tucson, Arizona April 6, 1993

    The Undertaker vs. Giant Gonzalez
    Poughkeepsie, New York April 12, 1993

    The Undertaker vs. Mr. Hughes
    Salisbury, Maryland July 7, 1993

    The Undertaker vs. Adam Bomb
    New Haven, Connecticut September 27, 1993

    The Undertaker vs. Jerry Lawler
    Dehli, New York November 10, 1993

    The Undertaker vs. Bam Bam Bigelow
    Lowell, Massachusetts August 15, 1994

    The Undertaker vs. Diesel
    Portland, ME August 17, 1994

    The Undertaker vs. Yokozuna in a casket match
    Burlington, Vermont October 18, 1994

    The Undertaker vs. IRS
    Houston, Texas January 9, 1995

    The Undertaker vs. Psycho Sid
    Glens Falls, New York April 4, 1995

    The Undertaker & Shawn Michaels vs. Psycho Sid & Kama
    Danbury, Connecticut May 16, 1995

    The Undertaker, Lex Luger, & Shawn Michaels vs. Psycho Sid & Men on a Mission
    Canton, Ohio August 28, 1995

    The Undertaker, Bret Hart, & Razor Ramon vs. Psycho Sid, Yokozuna, & Isaac Yankem DDS
    Newark, Delaware December 18, 1995

    The Undertaker & Jake Roberts vs. Diesel & Shawn Michaels
    Cincinnati, Ohio February 19, 1996

    The Undertaker vs. Mankind in a casket match
    Seattle, Washington July 22, 1996

    The Undertaker & Jake Roberts vs. Jerry Lawler & Mankind
    Columbus, Ohio August 20, 1996

    The Undertaker & Psycho Sid vs. Goldust & Mankind
    State College, PA September 24, 1996

    The Undertaker, Psycho Sid, & Marc Mero vs. Goldust, Mankind, & Steve Austin
    Cincinnati, Ohio October 22, 1996

    The Undertaker & Psycho Sid vs. Vader & Steve Austin
    Springfield, Massachusetts November 19, 1996

    Bret Hart, Ahmed Johnson, & the Undertaker vs. Steve Austin, Farooq, & Mankind
    Lafayette, Louisiana January 21, 1997

    The Undertaker vs. Vader
    Nashville, Tennessee February 17, 1997

    The Undertaker vs. the Great Khali & Umaga
    Dallas, Texas July 15, 2006

    The Undertaker vs. CM Punk
    Las Vegas, Nevada March 30, 2010

    • BAS says:

      Undertaker Vs. CM Punk in Las Vegas on 3/30/2010 would have me sold just based on the fact that I was there for it. But obviously since it’s Undertaker, I’d like it regardless, but that match is a must for me since I’d like to own it for the significance of it being the only time I got to see him in person.

    • LP1 says:

      Never gonna happen. That would require WWE to actually put some effort into a non-PPV release. All we’re getting are PPVs and re-releases/updated versions of old releases. You’re more likely to see something like this on the Network, maybe as a hidden gem. But hoping for anything other than that is a waste of energy.

  3. T.boyle says:

    Hopefully some NXT Stand and Deliver makes it onto the Wrestlemania blu ray.

  4. BAS says:

    Unless they restore ‘For Whom The Bell Tolls’ and ‘Ain’t No Grave’ for the WrestleMania 27 match, this Undertaker release is pointless. I know those songs rights must be expensive hence the match never being released unedited, but unless they can finally release it unedited, then it’s really pointless to get a DVD that might realistically be the 21-1 DVD, but an additional 6th disc with his last 5 Mania matches.

  5. BAS says:

    I did a little bit of math here since I couldn’t recall the runtime of each Ruthless Agression episode from the second batch episodes and after adding up the total runtime for each one, single disc for this release will work after all since the 5 episodes combined are barely over 3 hours.

  6. BAS says:

    I don’t mind importing after recently finding out that import fees for DVDs where I am isn’t all that costly, but I still wish we got Ruthless Aggression Vol. 2 in the States. We already got the first one, so why not the other?

    I wished for Undertaker’s speech to be included and it looks like I’m getting my wish after all.

  7. RCS1988 says:

    They NEED to do an Unreleased Matches set on the Undertaker. Would sell huge.

  8. Timothy J Thorpe says:

    Such auspicious news all around! The Undertaker HOF speech a part of the WM 38 set, and a new set released on my birthday! Of course I’ll have to import it but I don’t mind!

  9. RabidHeat says:

    We really are at that point where sure, they will release a non-PPV title, with the pre-requisite that there has to be minimal effort involved. Like the ‘Best of 1996’ DVD that featured nothing in between the matches and segments, Ruthless Aggression which will literally just be the episodes from the Network, or this, which will just be the discs from the Coffin box set with an extra coupla discs of post-Streak matches.

    I’m not knockin’ it, I know physical media is dying, so why would they put the effort in? But at the same time, it’s just not really anything to get excited about, and yet another slap in the face if you bought that expensive Streak set.

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