REVEALED: WWE Royal Rumble 2021 DVD & Blu-Ray Cover Art, Win Classic DVDs on The Road to ‘Mania!

February 1, 2021 by Daniel Bee

WWE Royal Rumble 2021 Logo - Comic Style Artwork

Fresh off the Royal Rumble 2021 Pay-Per-View, let’s get ready to Rumble again with a look at the official DVD and Blu-ray cover artwork!

This year’s Royal Rumble DVD is on the way for early March in the United States and Canada, to be produced as a 2-disc set, while fans in the UK and Germany will be treated to both the DVD and an exclusive Blu-ray edition toward the end of March.

The front cover artwork was unveiled today by the official licensee,, and it makes use of the comic-style promotional poster seen in the run-up to the event featuring a colorful array of WWE Superstars.

WWE Royal Rumble 2021 DVD Cover Artwork

Update: The Royal Rumble 2021 DVD cover artwork has now been changed to include Kevin Owens. View the new version here:

UPDATED WWE Royal Rumble 2021 DVD & Blu-Ray Cover Artwork – Change Made, Extras Revealed

With another Royal Rumble in the history books we’re officially on the road to WrestleMania!

To celebrate, is giving away all of these classic WrestleMania DVDs…

WWE WrestleMania 15, 17, 18 and 19 DVDs - Classic WrestleMania Events
WWE WrestleMania 15 to 19 DVDs - UK Re-Releases by Fremantle

These are the 2020 versions of WrestleMania 15, 17, 18 and 19 (which all feature unedited, unblurred footage in the earlier events as originally intended!) re-released exclusively by Fremantle to fans in the UK. As a result, the format of these DVDs is Region 2 for Europe, however we will happily ship the prizes worldwide to cater to WWE DVD collectors in all countries.

Side note: we hear there may be more WrestleMania DVDs like these produced in the near future! 😉

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WWE Home Video 2021 Logo

It’s a new month, so let’s reset and see what WWE DVD releases are imminent.

In the US…

— February 9th, 2021
TLC: Tables, Ladders and Chairs 2020 (DVD)

— March 2nd, 2021
Royal Rumble 2021 (DVD)

— March 30th, 2021
Elimination Chamber 2021 (DVD)


In the UK…

— February 15th, 2021
TLC: Tables, Ladders and Chairs 2020 (DVD)

— March 22nd, 2021
Royal Rumble 2021 (DVD & Blu-ray)

Looking past these titles, announcements for future WWE DVDs in 2021 are definitely on the horizon. We’re told this year’s WWE Home Video schedule will once again be made up of the PPV releases mixed in with other non-PPV titles and “special editions”.

The latest WWE DVD available to grab right now is “WWE 24 – Best of 2020” which packs in four acclaimed documentaries from the WWE Network and four full-length matches in the extras. After some delay, a product listing for the 2-disc set has now surfaced here on

With a special thanks to “TheDVDFreak” we can take a look at the finished product in the video above and these photos that close us out today.

WWE 24: Best of 2020 DVD - Photos, Front Cover
WWE 24: Best of 2020 DVD - Photos, Back Cover

WWE 24: BEST OF 2020

Experience the rollercoaster ride of a WWE Superstar’s career with WWE 24: The Best of 2020.

Follow Edge’s tumultuous journey back to WWE, learn about the life of the always entertaining R-Truth, witness the incredible comeback story of Drew McIntyre, and get a peek behind the curtain during the excitement and craziness of WrestleMania 36.

Witness the best stories of 2020 and see why WWE 24 is the best docuseries on WWE Network.

REVEALED: Full content & extras list for “WWE 24: Best of 2020” DVD

WWE 24: Best of 2020 DVD - Photos, Inside Packaging
WWE 24: Best of 2020 DVD - Photos, Disc Artwork

Get your copy of the new “WWE 24 – THE BEST OF 2020” DVD…

United States: AVAILABLE NOW! You can now find a product listing here on

UK/Europe: AVAILABLE NOW! Grab the new WWE 24 collection now on

Australia: March 17th. Your pre-order opportunity is ready to go at

WWE 24: Best of 2020 DVD - Available Now!


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  1. andemoine winrow says:

    Last month’s ”ROYAL RUMBLE” was great. This being the first pay-per-view ever to have a comic book cover. EDGE making back to back appearances in the ”ROYAL RUMBLE” was awesome. NIOMI and BIANCA BELAIR ruled the ring in the women’s ”ROYAL RUMBLE” match. Congrats to bianca for winning it. i hope it’s her and SASHA for the ”SMACKDOWN” women’s title at ”WRESTLEMANIA” part 37.

  2. LP1 says:

    Edge is actually the 4th person to go coast to coast in Royal Rumbles. Shawn in 95, (unknown) in 04, Rey in 06 and Edge in 21. I guess by technicality we can add Vince in 99, but he was outside the ring for the majority of the match.

    And before anyone tries to say there’s a difference between the number 1 entrant and the number 2 entrant, don’t even waste your time. WWE can pretend all they want that somehow number 1 is a worse number than number 2, but in reality it’s not. Both numbers are exactly the same. They’re both in the ring when the opening bell rings.

  3. BAS says:

    Even though they’ve blackballed his name, I will give WWE credit for at least somewhat acknowledging Chris Benoit’s history. During Edge’s post rumble match celebration, they acknowledged him as the third person to win the match after entering first, and it’s apparent Michaels and Benoit were the first two to do so. Even though they didn’t mention names, at least they didn’t try acting like Michaels was the only one to previously win from the first entry.

  4. RabidHeat says:

    Ah, two people on the cover who didn’t wrestle at the event – lovely. That tops the Horror Show cover from last hear with Apollo Crews on.

  5. Ruthless.Attitude.Eras.4Life says:

    Cool cover, weak event. Though..having Kofi on an “in your face” position is rather strange, considering the amount of time he was on screen.

    RR always been my favorite WWF/E event of the year, but huge disappointed with this years event and they should just stop with that horrible terrible fake “crowd” noise.

    With this years winner, I guess there’s now only two remaining from the classes of Attitude Era / Ruthless Agression, that in the near future will be able to call them selfs multiple royal rumble winners, hence:

    Winner of 2022: The Rock

    Winner of 2023, twenty years after his first win: The Beast.. The Conqueror! Book it! 😉

    Finally, HBK does not have to be feeling lonely anymore as the in the history of RR.

    Cos now he will be mentioned together with this years winner as the only 2 men to have gone from coast to coast the three times that has happend in rumble history!

    • Ruthless.Attitude.Eras.4Life says:

      What the foook..? got myself some Deleties to delete some of my text.. totally obsolete..Guess, I text too much.. -lol- nvm.. 😉

  6. SRB says:

    A somewhat off-topic question, but does anyone know the differences between the Wrestlemania Anthology sets that were released and the re-releases that I believe came out in 2013? Was it a logo thing, a running time thing or a music editing thing? I’m wondering why these re-releases took place to begin with and what changes there were, if any. Much appreciated.

    • Daniel Bee says:

      Hey! The content of those was the exact same as the Anthology discs except for WM15 which no longer had the blurring/muted WWF references, etc.

      Some useful deets here –

      • Joseph L Owens says:

        The audio cuts are also no longer in the re-releases. So when someone says, WWF, you actually hear it. I thought the anthology release of Mania 15 also kept the infamous ending of the Bossman/Taker HIAC match in tact whereas the re-release did not; but I could be wrong on that. That is one that I took to Ebay for so I could own the original release, prior to the anthology.

        • Ruthless.Attitude.Eras.4Life says:

          Joseph: you are quite right about the cuts in the 2013 edition, regarding the Bossman hanging and choking also in the HIAC match against Undertaker. The link to an article from this site, that Daniel has posted above, gives an in depth look into the alternative versions of XV..

          Also..regarding runtime: 2013 edition is: 2:39:03 – Anthology edition, UK version at least: 02:46:15 – UK Tagged Classic edition: 02:46:28 – The original DVD from 1999 UK edition is: 02:45:28.

          In a rare occassion, the WWE Network version has the longest running time though, with: 02:46:58. And just to clear any possible doubt: by comparing each editions, I started at excact same point, meaning, if there was the “Attitude Entertainment”-intro in all editions, I started from that point. If not every edition had that intro, I started from the beginning of the show. Hence, measured the runtime from excact same position on all editions.

          Did that for all the WWF/E ppv’s and events I own on DVD/Bluray.. gotta do something in the Lockdown-era, right!? 😉

          • whut says:

            that’s the most annoying thing about all of this: there are countless versions and, with lots of the ppvs, NONE is an unaltered copy of the original ppv broadcast.

            (which imo is kind of ridiculous)

            • Ruthless.Attitude.Eras.4Life says:

              WHUT: Yeaah..I was expecting in februar 2014 at the launch of the Network, when Steph made the somewhat bold statement: “All ppv’s and events will be avaliable in Full, Uncut and Complete versions..” that it would actually happen. But..we all know about the McMahonism version of Life, the Universe and Everything.-lol-

              Of the 378 events I have on DVD/Bluray, 265 of them have longer runtime on the discs version than the Network stream version. 113 are longer on the Network version.

              There’s even difference between Taggec Classics versions, Anthology versions and the few region 1 editions. So, yeaaah.. hard times getting THE complete version on many. 😉

              • whut says:

                and again, in many case it’s literally not possible.

                e.g. there is no “complete” version of WrestleMania X-Seven. the only way to see that are recodings of the original broadcasts.

      • SRB says:

        Thank you, DB. I was absolutely sure that this subject had been covered in the past, but was unsure where to find it. I appreciate it.