The Rock Vs. John Cena – Once In A Lifetime is all set for production and now has a confirmed release date.
The DVD and Blu-ray feature is scheduled to hit stores across the United States on September 11th, one week prior to the Home Video release of SummerSlam 2012.
As recently revealed, “Once in a Lifetime” will chronicle the year-long feud, by extending the previous documentary of the same name, whilst compiling the promos and culminating matches into one package. It’s also likely to be in place of a second Greatest Rivalries title this year.
SummerSlam 2012 is now available at this link to pre-order on both DVD and Blu-ray formats for North America. The release date is September 18th.
With the new additions of Rock/Cena and SummerSlam to the schedule, here’s how WWE DVD and Blu-ray release dates look for the next three months.
Falls Count Anywhere [DVD/Blu-ray] – June 26
No Holds Barred [DVD] – July 3
Superstar Collection: Zack Ryder [DVD] – July 10
Superstar Collection: John Cena [DVD] – July 10
No Way Out 2012 [DVD] – July 17
Undertaker: The Streak [DVD/Blu-ray] – July 24
Superstar Collection: Sheamus [DVD] – August 7
Superstar Collection: Daniel Bryan [DVD] – August 7
Money in the Bank 2012 [DVD] – August 14
The 50 Greatest Finishing Moves [DVD/Blu-ray] – August 21
Superstar Collection: Randy Orton [DVD] – September 4
Superstar Collection: Kofi Kingston [DVD] – September 4
Rock Vs. Cena – Once In A Lifetime [DVD/Blu-ray] – September 11
SummerSlam 2012 [DVD/Blu-ray] – September 18
You may have noticed the Top 50 Finishing Moves in WWE History DVD has a set of extras on Disc 1. It’s been confirmed via Silvervision.co.uk that these are exclusive to that version and will not be available on the Blu-ray edition.
DVD Exclusive Extras
Bonus: X-Pac – X-Factor
Bonus: Booker T – Spinarooni
Bonus: John Morrison – Starship Pain
Bonus: Scotty Too Hotty – The Worm
Bonus: Rikishi – Stinkface
Bonus: Shane McMahon – Coast to Coast
Bonus: Billy Kidman – Shooting Star Press
Tomorrow, WWE Falls Count Anywhere will be released to the United States. You can get hold of the DVD for $20.95, or the Blu-ray for $23.96 by clicking here.
The latest WWE DVD has just hit the UK and Europe – The Best of WCW Clash of the Champions is now in stock at this link. The Blu-ray follows next month.
The WWEShop offer we’re calling the “WWE DVD deal of the year” is still available. It’s the full package of 2011 WWE PPV DVDs on sale for just $39.99 over here. You can also take $5 off the total order cost using our promo code DVDWWE5.
Overseas buyers can get the most out of the deal by adding one or more products to your order to total $50, then applying code 50TAKE15. This is reportedly cutting international shipping to just $9 and giving a further discount too. It’s worth checking.