WWE has finalized the US and UK cover artwork (front and back) for Survivor Series War Games 2022. The front cover will be a modification of the event poster featuring The Bloodline.
The full content has arrived with us too. On DVD, this release will be a single-disc offering with no room for extras. However, WrestlingDVDNetwork.com can exclusively reveal that the UK and Europe’s Blu-ray edition will include a 43-minute extra!
The Survivor Series 2022 DVD will be released to the US on December 27th, following on both DVD and Blu-ray formats to the UK early in the new year on January 9th.
SURVIVOR SERIES WAR GAMES 2022
For the first time ever in WWE history, WarGames comes to Survivor Series!
Drew McIntyre, Kevin Owens, Sheamus, Ridge Holland and Butch do battle with The Bloodline’s Roman Reigns, The Usos, Solo Sikoa and Sami Zayn in the Men’s WarGames Match.
Seth “Freakin'” Rollins defends his United States Championship against “The All Mighty” Bobby Lashley and “The Now” Austin Theory. AJ Styles takes on Finn Bálor in a grude match. Shotzi challenges “Rowdy” Ronda Rousey for the SmackDown Women’s Championship.
In the Women’s WarGames Match, Becky Lynch, Bianca Belair, Alex Bliss, Asuka and Mia Yim go head-to-head with Damage CTRL, Rhea Ripley and Nikki Cross. Plus, more! Let the WarGames begin!
Let the War Games Begin!
Women’s War Games Match
Bianca Belair, Becky Lynch, Alexa Bliss, Asuka & Mia Yim vs. Bayley, Iyo Sky, Dakota Kai, Rhea Ripley & Nikki Cross
The Chief Speaks
AJ Styles vs. Finn Bálor
SmackDown Women’s Championship Match
Ronda Rousey vs. Shotzi
The Sami Saga
United States Championship Triple Threat Match
Seth “Freakin'” Rollins vs. Bobby Lashley vs. Austin Theory
Prepare for War
Men’s War Games Match
Drew McIntyre, Kevin Owens, Sheamus, Ridge Holland & Butch vs. Roman Reigns, The Usos, Solo Sikoa & Sami Zayn
DVD runtime (approx.): 3 hours and 8 minutes
— Survivor Series WarGames Post-Show Press Conference
Heads up — Crown Jewel 2022, a 2-disc DVD set, officially released to the US this week. The free WWE sticker found inside the packaging of this one features Roman Reigns.
Thanks goes out to Makel Collins for sharing these photos, and “TheDVDFreak” for the video look.
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I apologize if I done anything wrong? Definitely not to do harm in any matter, just refering to something that I thought might be interesting, that I saw on the German site of amazon. Anyway.. like I said: apologize. 🙂
Amazon breaking news quicker than WDN again? Lol.
Well.. it says my comment is retracted temporarily, so I must have done something wrong..
but, since this site is working together with amazon as I understand, and it of course is official for everyone to see on the german site of amazon, I just figured it would be interesting for viewers here to break that news with those informations.
But what the heck.. it will break sooner or later.;-)
I took a look at the German site and didn’t see anything that stood out. I’m definitely wondering what you found.
When select DVD & Bluray in the Search In and type wwe, then select Sort by: Release Date on right of the screen, the hits come up with the upcoming releases, though not up for pre-order yet. Well, at least here where I am.
I went back and I did that. If true, it’s some big dvd news for sure.
The Best Survivor Series in my opinion of all time is 1990.
Ultimate Warrior, Legion Of Doom, Texas Tornado
Mr. Perfect, Demolition
I love the 1990 Survivor Series event too.. all elimination matches imo were great, for that times standard.. there were some great match-ups in Perfect-Warrior..Hogan-Barbarian, The Visionaries being so dominating.. The only time where there was a Grand Final of Survivors.. And of course the awesome WWF-debut of The Undertaker.
So many connects this littel gem of an event with the indeed horrible “birth” of the Gobbelin Gooker, and seems to forget there were actually some great – for that times standard – storytelling match-ups within the elimination-matches.
1990’s WWF was the first year that got me hooked to wrestling, and I think the 4 ppv’s, along with RR 1991 were some of the best events they put on from the early 90’s, obviously with WM 6, the Survivors Series 1990 and the Royal Rumble 1991 as the top 3 events for me of the early to mid 90’s WWF-events.
The only true memorable thing from this event was the intro..gotta admit, I was blown away by them using “War pigs”, and it was awesome presented..
I just thought: “Now, if this was for a Ruthless Agression, or Attitude Era event, that would have been so much more fitting.. but for todays WWE-product?? Nah, not believable at all.”
And for this release, they will problaly use some chitty music or have the intro altered completely, cos why would they pay even more to Ozzy for being on a lackluster disc-release when they only “load” it with a fooking press-conference!?!
I mean it’s not like War Games being featured on a main roster “big four” PPV for the very first time required an extra DVD disc or any extras or anything! Seriously…
”SURVIVOR SERIES was great. Both the front and back cover are bad-ass. And REALLY ? ! They couldn’t put the press conference on the d.v.d ? COULDN’T or WOULDN’T ?
someone in WWE saw all the fuzz about AEW’s scrum and thought “Well, we could totally do that as well.”
(seriously, the only press conference that comes to my head that has ever been put on home video (and afair it was only a brief excerpt) was the one after WrestleMania XIV back in 1998)
They actually included the post press conference on the WrestleMania 11 tape that came with the 1-13 box set in ’97, except that was also only brief.
You can actually get the full post WrestleMania 14 press conference as a Blu-ray exclusive on Monday Night War vol. 2.
I think you’re right though, these were few instances where they included the post press conference.