WWE ‘Undertaker – Last Ride’ DVD Gets US Release Date & Bonus Item, Final SummerSlam 2020 Cover

September 2, 2020 by Daniel Bee

WWE 'Undertaker: The Last Ride' DVD Gets U.S. Release Date

WrestlingDVDNetwork.com can exclusively reveal that WWE will be releasing the much-anticipated “Undertaker: The Last Ride” DVD to fans in the United States on December 15th, 2020.

This is slightly later than the scheduled release date to the UK and Europe, November 23rd, 2020, as announced last Friday:

WWE’s “Undertaker: The Last Ride” Docu-Series Coming to DVD, Blu-Ray, And A Collector’s Edition!

However, going off information we’ve been provided with today, the U.S. offering of the DVD will include an Undertaker mini comic-book and this looks to be a bonus item provided with the standard release, not a store exclusive as far as we can tell right now.

Pre-order listings are on the way!

UNDERTAKER: THE LAST RIDE

In this exclusive, 5-part docuseries, WWE gives a rare and revealing glimpse at Mark Calaway, the man behind Undertaker. Witness The Deadman’s journey as he comes out of the darkness to put the final nail in the coffin of his legendary career.

Undertaker mini comic-book included as a gift-with-purchase.

Release timed around Undertaker’s 30th Anniversary.

Includes all 5 docuseries episodes, plus bonus show.

This docuseries gives viewers an unprecedented look at Mark Calaway, the man behind the legendary Undertaker, as he prepares for the final chapters of his storied 30-year career in WWE.

Includes first-hand interviews with Calaway, his wife and former Divas Champion Michelle McCool, Vince McMahon, Shane McMahon, Paul “Triple H” Levesque, John Cena, Roman Reigns, Batista, Ric Flair, Edge, Shawn Michaels, Mick Foley and many others.

WWE Undertaker: The Last Ride Logo - With Biker Taker


The WWE DVD updates keep on coming today as WDN can now reveal the front and back cover artwork WWE has just finalized for the SummerSlam 2020 DVD.

The preliminary cover artwork spotted on Amazon made it, which features “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt in a modified version of the PPV poster. “You’ll Never See It Coming” has been added to the bottom of that initial artwork. The cover art confirms this will be a single-disc release.

WWE SummerSlam 2020 DVD - Official Box Artwork

Fans in the United States can pre-order the SummerSlam 2020 DVD in time for its release later this month, by clicking here to Amazon.com.

Remember, fans in the UK and Europe will be treated to an exclusive Blu-ray edition of SummerSlam, available to pre-order now on Amazon.co.uk.

WWE SummerSlam 2020 DVD - Front  Cover Artwork

SUMMERSLAM 2020

Live from the WWE Thunderdome! Welcome to the Biggest Party of the Summer.

The Viper hopes to claim his 14th World Championship when he ventures to Claymore Country for a battle against WWE Champion Drew McIntyre. In a monstrous clash for the ages, Braun Strowman and “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt meet in a Falls Count Anywhere Match for the Universal Championship.

Asuka looks to become The Empress of two championships when she faces Bayley for the SmackDown Women’s Championship and Sasha Banks for the RAW Women’s Championship, in two separate main event level matchups. And Dominik Mysterio competes in a WWE match for the first time ever, getting vengeance for his family against Seth Rollins.

Things are heating up at SummerSlam!

WWE SummerSlam 2020 DVD - Back Cover Artwork

 
Grab your hands on the new WWE SUMMERSLAM 2020 DVD…

 
United States: September 22nd. Pre-order your SummerSlam 2020 DVD from Amazon.com.

UK/Europe: October 5th. Pre-order your SummerSlam DVD (or Blu-ray) on Amazon.co.uk.

Australia: October 21st. Your pre-order opportunity is available now via Madman.com.au.
 


WE’RE NOT DONE YET! We’ve received more PPV WWE DVD Release Dates for the U.S. market, taking us through to the end of 2020!

You will notice Payback 2020 didn’t make the list, because it’s slated to be a UK/European exclusive.

Title U.S. Release Date
Hell in a Cell 2020 (DVD) December 8, 2020
Survivor Series 2020 (DVD) December 29, 2020

The current plan is to have a Topps trading card of “The Fiend” Bray Wyatt with this year’s Hell in a Cell DVD, and a Braun Strowman one with the Survivor Series DVD. For both, there’s a chance to grab a signed card if you get lucky.

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  1. David says:

    Something I noticed is Amazon UK is is no longer shipping the newer WWE Blu-ray and DVDs internationally. I live in Canada I noticed Summerslam 2020 mentions “the item cannot be shipped to your selected delivery address. Please choose a different delivery location”. Also they increased the shipping like crazy to Canada and is even more than the Blu-ray itself. Example Royal Rumble 2020 Blu-ray £12.99 + £19.81 shipping. That is nuts. Not sure if its anything to do with WWEDVD.co.uk starting to ship worldwide but I noticed even for pre-orders 3 months in advance they automatically charge you instead of charging once shipped…thats absolutely stupid.

    I’m no longer collecting WWE DVDs and Blu-rays as its difficult as is supporting this company. Now if you want to import, its going cost an arm and leg which is not even worth it. Pay 9.99 month for the Network and get all the content you want and even better quality than garbage DVDs.

    • Ruthless.Attitude.Eras4Life says:

      David: When Bretix is for real in January – deal or no deal between EU and UK- it will problaly become even more expensive to buy from UK based internet shops like amazon uk or wwedvd.co.uk.

  2. Ruthless.Attitude.Eras4Life says:

    Slightly off topic, but been wondering for years, since I believe they never been on the Network, and I really don’t get why that is:

    “WWE 50: History of sports entertainment” and “True story of Royal Rumble” documentaries never been on the Network, have they? Anybody know why? Obviously no Benoit-matters to be concerned of.. Any Owen-mentions in WWE 50

    • Ruthless.Attitude.Eras4Life says:

      (looks like I have to do it as a two-parter, cause was suddenly thrown off.. -lol- )
      ..I don’t remember if there are any Owen-mentions in WWE 50 documentary, that would collide with Martha? I’m pretty sure that is not the case in the Royal Rumble documentary, so that is definitely not the reason for that one to be kept off the Network.

  3. Ruthless.Attitude.Eras4Life says:

    In other news: 30th anniv. collector’s edition of Last Ride bluray has just gone up from the initial pre-order price of 74.99 to now 89.99 pounds. No explanation given on wwedvd.co.uk site for the price being increased. It better be real loaded with goodies extras for that price.

    • Timothy J Thorpe says:

      At that price, forget importing it to the states. The price would be too high in American dollars.

      • Ruthless.Attitude.Eras4Life says:

        Timothy: While I’m an european, I absolutely get what you say, and feel the same if it would have been the other way around. A shame, since wwedvd.co.uk now actually offer worldwide delivery..but the damn import and taxes.. Free world trade my *beep* 🙁

  4. Nick Petrunia says:

    On the Summerslam dvd, please put some extras from Raw and Smackdown please?

  5. Robert Emons says:

    Why is hell in a cell being released so late this year!?

    • LP1 says:

      Because Hell In A Cell is taking place on November 1st this year.

      • Robert Emons says:

        No PPV in October?

        • LP1 says:

          September 27 is Clash Of Champions, October 4 is the next NXT TakeOver and November 1 is Hell In A Cell. So technically no PPV in October.

          • Ruthless.Attitude.Eras4Life says:

            With HIAC taken place on november 1st this year, hopefully by that date the pink and white ring ropes are gone for that event.. past years those colours made the already watered down HIAC events look like the action happend in a doll-house surroundings or something.

            WWE involving them selfs in, and advertising for – for what ever reason – other causes than their initial product, is okay, though it may be one of the reasons why the product for years now have been stall and without heart; that’s another story for another day. Back to the pinky ropes:

            At the right time and place, wanting to show support for a cause is great: Pink and white inside Hell in a Cell is just a mismatch of huge dimension. Hence: never been the right place to support in that way.

          • LP1 says:

            Looks like October will have a PPV after all. The Observer announced today that Hell In A Cell is being moved up a week from November 1 to October 25. Not sure if the DVD release date will also move up a week.

            • Ruthless.Attitude.Eras4Life says:

              Fighting-weekend that October 24th-25th weekend: Impact Bound for Glory and UFC 254 on Saturday.. HIAC on Sunday. AEW and NJPW should share the Friday to make it a perfect over-kill. ( noooo.. Smackdown is not eligible for this Super-fighting weekend fantasy) 😉

              • LP1 says:

                There was supposed to be an NXT UK TakeOver in Dublin on October 25th as well. But I‘m pretty sure that’s been postponed, especially with HIAC being moved to the 25th.

  6. Robert Emons says:

    Kind of upset US isn’t getting payback on dvd I like to have them all in my collection ☹️

  7. Patrick McNamara says:

    Warner Bros is just not a good investment, can we all agree on that? Remember WCW in it’s later years, need I say more? I mean they are going to continue to cut corners and play games with the physical releases.

  8. RabidHeat says:

    Also… “You’ll Never See It Coming”

    What’s that? Reigns’ return or Asuka’s title win? Because they’re both pictured on the back, so yeah, I do see them coming.

  9. RabidHeat says:

    Just having Bray on the cover is lame. The main events should have been represented.

    I just don’t care about this event at all. It’s like WWE purposely had nothing noteworthy happen at Summerslam apart from Reigns’ return and then did a much more eventful PPV a week later just to make people feel like they need to get the Network even for the B-list PPVs, which I can understand, but Summerslam is supposed to be the second-biggest show of the year!

    • Ruthless.Attitude.Eras4Life says:

      Problaly the worst SummerSlam ever..even beating 1995 or 2019: those years at least had Shawn vs Razor: Ladder match II, and Trish vs Charlotte as a one-match wonder event. This year was just bad, boring, more bad and even more boring.

      If covid-19 is to be blamed for even more boring and incoherent pointless “story-lines” than the already obnoxiously and dreadful shows pre-corona, then just stop doing big events and stick to weekly tv-shows, WWE.

  10. Anthony says:

    Eh the comic book is a cool little item to include, but I’m not buying. Why no unreleased matches? I wonder what their thought process is on this?

    • RabidHeat says:

      Maybe that it costs money and time to select and include matches (plus extra discs) so they’re cutting corners?

      • LP1 says:

        It costs time and money to create a comic book as well. Maybe even more than just adding bonus matches. With a comic book you have to pay an artist to draw the pictures, pay a writer to create the story, then you have to print them all out, staple them all together, etc. It’s actually much easier to add a few matches to a DVD that’s already being created anyway.

  11. BAS says:

    Seeing everyone talk about how much WB sucks when it comes to WWE releases, I’ve wondered myself the last few years if the underwhelming releases and lack of releases has been a WB thing rather than a WWE thing. I swear, once they took over the home video market, releases might as well have been less than half assed. 2018 was the only year it felt like they put effort into the sets. Hardy Boyz, Shawn Michaels and Randy Savage unreleased, AJ Styles. Yeah sure, some sets that year contained a bunch of repeats and might as well have been cash grabs, but the examples I listed at least had some effort put into them. Since last year though, very very few releases have caught my interest.

    • DDT says:

      Baz lots of fans in the UK felt things went down hill after silvervision took over to. its down to wwe, prioritising the network. thats why if you buy a wwe dvd from the nineties or noughties it looks better on your tv screen, and why they made the effort. im not on the network and i spend my wresling money on dvds. i buy roh and impact dvds as well. but i prefer impact.

  12. ppv collector says:

    Single disc for summerslam, really??? For the past few years, summerslam is on 2 discs set. Its seem to me that WB is trying to cut the cost as well as the ppv to the lowest. I doubt there are any pre match etc on this dvd. And payback use to be part of the US release but now it became UK exclusive. Completely crap.

    • RabidHeat says:

      WWE events are only two disc releases in the modern era when the event itself is longer than the capacity of one disc. Then they add some extras just to fill up the space. Summerslam was not a long enough event to require a second disc, so obviously they’re going to cut costs and release it as one disc.

      Also, when people are complaining about the one-disc releases, I think they need to acknowledge that 2020 is NOT a typical year for anything.

  13. LP1 says:

    Can we all just agree that WB sucks? Between not releasing shows on blu-rays, not including the pre-show matches with every PPV and not releasing all events, they really are the worst. I get that Payback was a last minute addition to the schedule, but if Freemantle can find a way to release it then there’s no excuse for WB not to. WWE needs to find a distributor in North America that cares as much as Freemantle does.

    • Ruthless.Attitude.Eras4Life says:

      LP1: While I know it is a little consolation due to the presumable horrible expesive duty and taxes for importing , wwedvd.co.uk now has opend up for delivery worldwide. You guys and gals must feel like we european did with Over the Limit 2011 bluray only to be released in the US! Okaaaaay..bad comparison! lol 😉

      I totally agree with you that WB sucks big time and if WWE has the slighest respect for their physical media collectors fanbase, they should make a new deal with a more serious manufacturer of blurays/dvds.

  14. Andemoine winrow says:

    This will be the first ”SUMMERSLAM” put on a 1 disc release in 6 years. This was a great event. The Asuka/Sasha Banks match and the Braun Strowman/Bray Wyatt match were the best including the finish where Roman Reigns made that shocking return there-by living up to the title ”YOU’LL NEVER SEE IT COMING”.

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