WWE Royal Rumble 2015 DVD/Blu-Ray Extras (Sting on RAW), New Cover Shots

February 7, 2015 by Mark D

WWE Royal Rumble 2015 DVD / Blu-Ray Extras

Courtesy of WWEDVD.co.uk, here are the planned extras for WWE Royal Rumble 2015!

The DVD and Blu-ray hits US stores later this month, Australian stores in March, and UK stores in April. The DVD extras include a Home Video exclusive segment, plus content from the pre-show and post-show. Among the Blu-ray extras is Sting’s first ever appearance on RAW!

Click here to get the Royal Rumble 2015 DVD from Amazon.com.


— Home Video Exclusive: Nobody Disrespects Brock Lesnar

— The New Day vs. Cesaro & Tyson Kidd
Royal Rumble Kickoff • January 25, 2015

— John Cena and Rusev Face
Royal Rumble Fallout • January 25, 2015

— Roman Reigns Celebrates with The Rock
Royal Rumble Fallout • January 25, 2015

WWE Royal Rumble 2015 Blu-ray

Blu-Ray Exclusives

— Daniel Bryan Makes a Major Announcement
RAW • December 29, 2014

— WWE World Heavyweight Championship Contract Signing
RAW • January 12, 2015

Six-Man Tag Team Match
Daniel Bryan, Roman Reigns & Dean Ambrose vs. Seth Rollins, Big Show & Kane
SmackDown • January 15, 2015

3-on-1 Handicap Match
John Cena vs. Seth Rollins, Big Show & Kane
RAW • January 19, 2015

No Disqualification Match
Daniel Bryan vs. Kane
SmackDown • January 22, 2015

Sting RAW Debut! -- WWE Royal Rumble 2015 Blu-Ray Extras

Get your copy of the WWE Royal Rumble 2015 DVD or Blu-ray on pre-order now…

USA: Click here to pre-order Royal Rumble for February 24th.

Australia: Get your DVD/Blu-ray from WWEDVD.com.au March 4th.

UK/Europe: Get your DVD/Blu-ray from WWEDVD.co.uk April 6th.

Temporary cover artwork has come through for the Fast Lane 2015 and WrestleMania 31 DVDs, as shown below. Click the images to see larger sized cover shots on Amazon.

The US release date of the WrestleMania 31 DVD/Blu-ray has been revealed as May 5th.

WWE WrestleMania 31 DVD Cover Artwork - Temporary   WWE Fast Lane 2015 DVD Cover Artwork - Temporary

A prize in our last “rare box” giveaway went unclaimed so you’ve got a chance to win it!

All you’ve got to do is follow us on Twitter @WDNcom and re-tweet this before the weekend is over. One follower will get the “Triple H: The Game” DVD completely free. Good luck. 🙂

WWE Trish Stratus Collector's Edition DVD - Rare

A copy of the rare, Collector’s Edition version of Trish Stratus’ WWE DVD is up for grabs here on eBay.com today.

Tomorrow, there are 3 chances at the highly sought after WrestleMania 17 DVD in these eBay auctions…

$20.00WWF WrestleMania 17 DVD (+2 Bonuses)
$25.00 WrestleMania 17 DVD (Tagged Classics)
$50.00WWF WrestleMania 17 DVD

…and two cheap eBay auctions for WWE Anthologies!

$19.99 WrestleMania Anthology DVD Box Set
$34.00Set of Royal Rumble Anthology Volumes

New WWE DVDs on Amazon.co.uk

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  1. Waldo Dash says:

    I think posting the ebay auctions only hurts the people who want to win them. Collectors(and jerks looking to re-sell) see them on here and it inevitably drives up the prices. If people can’t find the auctions on their own then they shouldn’t be found.

  2. THOMAS says:

    Why does it say WWE:WrestleMania XXXI: Volume 1 on Amazon.com?

  3. LP1 says:

    WWE went through the trouble of replacing Orton on the poster with Bryan because Orton didn’t wrestle on the show. Yet they kept Xavier Woods on the cover for some reason. He wasn’t in the Rumble match nor any of the undercard matches. Just an observation on the editing process.

    • RabidHeat says:

      Definitely should have replaced him with Ziggler.

      • LP1 says:

        The original poster did have Ziggler, Ryback and Rowan on it, but I guess they took them off after they the firing angle. But then they were back before the Rumble anyway. It’s interesting what details they do and don’t pay attention to.

  4. AD Degreez says:

    Why are people complaining about comments? Just have your say and relax. This site is for our benefit and the past few times I been on here I see petty cry baby shit. if u wanna waste time and be annoying go join the YouTube real man haters….. or appreciate these guys sharing their info with us

  5. Make Roman Reigns Look REALLY Strong says:

    WM 31 DVD cover looks fake. BELEE DAT.

  6. Mr Hesse says:

    May be the lowest-selling DVD/Blu ray in WWE history.

    • Vintage Simon says:

      Not so sure about that. There’s a lot of people I know who only buy Royal Rumble and WrestleMania DVDs these days… irrespective of the content. Plus, the triple-threat alone is worth the purchase, in my opinion.

      Looking forward to finding out what’s on the bonus disc on the North American DVD version. Am guessing the same extras as the Blu-Ray, or – hopefully – the entire Raw Reunion go-home episode.

      • Vintage Simon says:

        Why is my comment awaiting moderation, as if I committed some grave crime by posting about the Royal Rumble extras yesterday? Shame on me for wanting to tip-off fellow readers about a relevant new story. Not exactly trolling here, am I? Forget the previous comment, just delete them all. I honestly can’t be bothered anymore.

        • Daniel Bee says:

          Simon, it had nothing to do with yesterday. Some comments are automatically getting put in the moderation queue based on certain keywords in order to keep King out and banned. I did mention this in the comments of another article.

          Besides, I don’t really know why you are being hostile as I’ve only told you the ONCE (yesterday) to use the Contact page not the comments to send in news scoops. I also wasn’t annoyed about it, people have commented news findings for years, so let’s clear this up because I feel it’s just a misunderstanding. Your original comment is now public, the last one seemed to go public immediately.

          I’m sorry a few comments go to the moderation queue (not just yours you know) but you did all insist King was banned. That’s all I’m trying to do. Thanks as always for supporting our site.

    • Vincenzzzzzo says:

      Why would it be the lowest selling WWE DVD of all time? Because a bunch of smarks didn’t like the outcome?

    • David says:

      PPV DVDs hardly sell well to begin with (minus Wrestlemania) regardless of outcome.

      I realize that Cena fans are actually a lot more mature then Daniel Bryan fans…and people can complain and deny all they want, but the fact is the only reason people didn’t like the Rumble was because Daniel Bryan didn’t win…PERIOD!

      I like Daniel Bryan, but there people out there that take this obsession of Bryan to the next level and its really disturbing…like the WWE has to change all their plans because precious Daniel Bryan marks are going to boo everyone else. Daniel Bryan can hold every major title, end the streak, win the rumble and just be shoved down people’s throats but yet people still wouldn’t be happy.

      • Daniel Bee says:

        Over the years I’m sure the Rumble has been a good seller on DVD. They actually put this one on Blu-ray so it must do something ha 🙂

      • Joe Young says:

        That’s cute.

      • LP1 says:

        Come on dude, that’s not a fair portrayal if Bryan fans. The truth is Bryan is the most over guy in the company. And that’s not an opinion. Last year WWE did indeed change their WrestleManias plans because Bryan’s fans demanded it. And when Bryan finally won at Mania all of his fans were very happy.

        Unfortunately he was only Champion for about a month before he got hurt. The hottest act in the last year company goes down with an injury and you would think it would be the company’s #1 priority to bring him back the right way, exactly where he left off, looking for revenge and getting back what he never lost. Instead they brought him back with very little foresight put into it and them treated him as just another fuy when they had him eliminated in the Rumble like it was no big deal. That’s WWE’s fault. Don’t blame the fans for that. That’s Vince’s fault for not understanding the situation.

        Imagine in 2002 when Triple H came back from injury after 8 months and was eliminated early in the Rumble like he was just another guy. That would have been just as ridiculous as what they did to Bryan. The problem is WWE sees Bryan as just another guy on the roster and not as the most popular guy in the company. And it’s not just Bryan’s “smart” fans that were booing the ending of the Rumble, it was pretty much the whole building. Also if you go to WWE.com today they had a poll up asking who should face Brock at Mania, Bryan or Reigns, and Bryam was in the lead 90%-10%. It’s the majority of the WWE fan base that feels this way.

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