WWE WrestleMania 37 DVD Gets Cover Artwork, Alternate Cover Artwork & EXCLUSIVE BONUS DISC!

April 8, 2021 by Daniel Bee

WWE WrestleMania 37 (2021) DVD and Blu-ray Announcement

We recently announced WWE’s plans to release WrestleMania 37, on both DVD and Blu-ray formats, to fans in the United States on May 25th, 2021.

The domestic release will include a free Topps trading card of Drew McIntyre, with a limited number of these signed by McIntyre himself.

Exclusive: WWE WrestleMania 37 DVD & Blu-Ray Release Date, Updates on Trading Cards with PPVs

Now, courtesy of WWE Home Video UK, we have an early reveal of the official cover artwork for the DVD and Blu-ray, before ‘Mania even takes place this weekend!

 

WRESTLEMANIA 37 (DVD)

WWE WrestleMania 37 DVD - Cover Artwork Revealed!

 

WRESTLEMANIA 37 (BLU-RAY)

WWE WrestleMania 37 Blu-ray - Cover Artwork Revealed!

As expected in a previous report, the UK release is scheduled for June 7th, 2021.

That’s less than 2 weeks later than the North American release and with it comes several special editions and extra goodies to get excited about! Firstly, in the UK the DVD release will come housed in a Digipak that you’ll no doubt remember from the long history of WWE DVDs released with this packaging style.

This market will not only be receiving the standard 3-disc DVD and 2-disc Blu-ray, UK fans will also be treated to an exclusive 4-disc DVD and 3-disc Blu-ray set — that’s right, we have a bonus disc confirmed this year! These exclusive versions will also feature alternate artwork.

Let’s break it down…

 

Standard 3-Disc DVD in Digipak + O-Card (Slipcover)

The regular 3-disc DVD release we’ve come to expect, however this does feature Digipak packaging and a slipcover.

 

Exclusive 4-Disc DVD in Digipak + Alternate Artwork O-Card (Slipcover)

The DVD, but with an extra disc and alternate artwork on a slipcover. This is an ASDA Retail Exclusive and WWEDVD.co.uk Online Exclusive (pre-orders available now). This will be limited to 4,000 copies.

 

Standard 2-Disc Blu-ray

The regular 2-disc Blu-ray release.

 

Exclusive 3-Disc Blu-ray + Alternate Cover Artwork

The Blu-ray, but with an extra disc and alternate artwork. This is exclusive to WWEDVD.co.uk (pre-orders available now).

 
A quick note on the release to Germany.

In the German market, fans will receive similar ‘Mania releases to that of the UK, however their “Exclusive 4-Disc DVD” will be limited to just 2,000 copies, less than the 4,000 produced for the UK. German stores will not be offering the “Exclusive 3-Disc Blu-ray” as this will strictly be made available through the WWE DVD UK website.

WWE WrestleMania 37 DVD - UK Exclusive Alternate Artwork

 

What will the Alternate Artwork look like?

That’s currently unknown, the artwork you see immediately above is temporary and will change prior to the release.

 

What’s on the Bonus Disc?

The bonus disc is in DVD format and will be “The Best of WrestleMania Week”. This is slated to feature matches and moments from the RAW and SmackDown episodes taking place during ‘Mania season, plus coverage of NXT Takeover, too!

It doesn’t sound likely there will be content from the Hall of Fame 2020/2021 ceremonies, for those curious.

We were able to confirm that the WrestleMania 37 bonus disc and alternate artwork are both exclusive to the UK and Europe’s Home Video releases by Fremantle.

WWE WrestleMania 37 DVD & Blu-ray Bonus Disc - The Best of WrestleMania Week

 
Get your copy of the WWE WRESTLEMANIA 37 DVD or Blu-ray on…

 
United States: May 25th. Pre-order ‘Mania 37 very soon here on Amazon.com.

UK/Europe: June 7th. Pre-order the ‘Mania 37 DVD or Blu-ray now on Amazon.co.uk.

Australia: June 16th. Your ‘Mania pre-order opportunity is live at Madman.com.au.
 

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  1. Timothy J Thorpe says:

    I copied and pasted the following from wwedvd.co.uk. It looks like we’re getting a blueprint on the standard extras:

    The Online Exclusive Special Edition for WrestleMania 37 will include the standard 2-Disc-Set on Blu-ray, plus the Bonus DVD 3th disc “The Best Of RAW & SmackDown after WrestleMania”, featuring all the best moments and matches from RAW, SmackDown after WrestleMania! This special limited edition will also feature exclusive artwork.

    So, what happened to “The best of WrestleMania Week” Bonus disc? The content for this will now be released as part of the Standard Edition. This means that with our Online Exclusive Limited Edition you will get the full WrestleMania 2 day event, the best of WrestleMania Week and the additional Bonus DVD disc “The Best Of RAW & SmackDown after WrestleMania”.

  2. David Bell says:

    I really don’t know why that the last 2 hall of fames 2019/2018 was not released as well a wm 37 on physical copy. Its a very popular feature on Wrestlemania sets. Back in 2004 when WWE revived the HOF it wasn’t on tv it was then released on home video and it sold like hotcakes

  3. Patrick McNamara says:

    I mean with all the money they made from Peacock they should be putting out more dvds,there is a market ad small as that is,it can only increase money coming in. They really can’t lose money on doing that releasing the ppvs on dvd. I mean everything is still being released on dvd Blu Ray everywhere else. It just makes no sense whatsoever, despite the fact that I’m a collector saying this, I’m being objective. If you actually take the time to look at the revenue WWE has and just realize that with that money they can do so much more, the absolute least they can do is release dvds. WWE is decent still is, always will be. If you look at the revenue they actually have enough to purchase AEW and Impact Wrestling , probably within two meetings. They could do so much with both those companies as well. Rebrand them and just really make things interesting.

    • RabidHeat says:

      “I mean with all the money they made from Peacock they should be putting out more dvds“

      That makes no sense. Streaming services are where the money is at, so they should put out more DVDs? Riiiiight…

      • LP1 says:

        That’s the part that makes no sense? Dude, this guy said WWE should buy AEW and Impact, and rebrand them to make things interesting. Lol He clearly doesn’t remember how well WWE buying WCW and “rebranding” it turned out.

        • RabidHeat says:

          Yeah point taken, there was all sorts in that comment that was off.

          I get that he means they have extra cash now due to a lucrative Peacock deal, but they aren’t going to start releasing obscure match compilations and documentaries on guys like Rick Rude etc. just for die-hard fans if they don’t sell well just because they have money to spend, and besides, they still release all the PPVs on physical media anyway (plus the few extra titles we got last year like the 24 docs, Undertaker and Ruthless Aggression), which obviously do sell better.

          • Patrick McNamara says:

            Ok you really didn’t understand my point. My point was to buy the promotions, covertly. Have their events library on the WWE network on Peacock. I didn’t say publicly buy these promotions, just buy their libraries. Especially Impact Wrestling’s library. So much potential. So yeah I study human psychology, and noticed you two target people alot. Which tells me both of you have some underlined issues. As does everyone in life, I’m not faulting you for that. What I am faulting you for is the method of which you take out your anger in life out on people. It’s actually fascinating if it wasn’t sad. Oh well Rabid Heat especially, I just don’t understand the hostility. When all I was saying is for them to make extra money. They can afford to lose a few bucks even if it doesn’t work out. However I understand that requires you to think, and that can be hard.

            • RabidHeat says:

              Look, it’s not my fault that you label somebody as being “hostile” just because they disagree with you and correct you by pointing out that physical media is a dying market.

              “all I was saying is for them to make extra money”

              You see, this is my point: why do you think they would MAKE extra money by doing this, as opposed to LOSE it? Do you not take into account the costs of production, manufacturing and getting the content classified by the censors? You seem to think WWE can just produce thousands of DVDs with no costs and still make a profit after only selling a small percentage of them to the niche collectors who still buy DVDs. It costs money to create stock, you know?

  4. Patrick McNamara says:

    WWE is going to definitely release dvds after this, I know that. Only ppv events I understand that, please let us know when they will release WWE Wrestlemania BACKLASH, because that was already on the schedule. As well as each scheduled subsequent ppv. I mean I know for a fact WWE is going to continue releasing ppvs on DVD, even if they don’t release anything else. It’s all about the money and everything to make every extra cent should be included.

  5. Timothy J Thorpe says:

    For what it’s worth, the combined times of both nights add up to seven hours (counting the rain delay interviews). Also, you can now pre order WM in the states.

  6. Will says:

    Looks like the bonus disc included with the WM37 Blu-ray is a DVD and not a Blu-ray.

  7. Patrick McNamara says:

    Glad I got Peacock glad this is in two parts pretty cool. Looking forward to seeing them both now definitely buying the dvd

  8. Timothy J Thorpe says:

    I’m hoping last night’s rainstorm doesn’t affect the runtime of the dvd/blu ray set. I think there was around a 40 minute delay.

    • RabidHeat says:

      I doubt they’ll include any of that 40 minutes of stalling and I hope they don’t feel the need to waste space on the the ad-hoc backstage interviews during that time as extras, as there’s plenty more worthwhile stuff they could include.

  9. whut says:

    personally, I’m definitely preordering this. while the while bluray topic had been discussed ad nauseam, a part of the question “will they continue to produce them?” is not only the overall sales, but also the number of sales at the original retail price.

    (and no, this is absolutely not meant to be an “attack” on anyone here!)

  10. Wrastler9 says:

    Can anyone who has purchased the newly released wrestlemania 16/2000 dvd confirm if godfather and dlo brown entrance is edited, the network version has the entrance that includes ice t edited for whichever reason as the edit took place sometime in 2020 when wwe went back and edited the show, this is really important factor in me purchasing the dvd, thanks..

  11. MikeS87 says:

    Personally, I won’t bothering placing any pre-order for Mania or for any other future releases for that matter. Not after my experience with the new Mania 14, 16, 20, 22 and 24 re-releases this week. I pre-ordered them ages ago, they still haven’t arrived and then they decide to slash the prices on the brand new releases by nearly 40% just two days after their official release date (14,16 and 20 have gone from £10.99 to £6.99 and 22 and 24 have gone from £12.99 to £7.99). No incentive to pre-order whatsoever.

    • whut says:

      pretty certain something like that won’t happen here. considering this *isn’t* a rerelease (and even moreso considering that the number of bluray copies that are being produced seems significantly smaller nowadays).

      • MikeS87 says:

        Oh absolutely, they won’t drop the price straight away for WM37.
        I just think it’s pretty poor on Fremantle’s part on those that pre-ordered in good faith to slash the prices just 2 days after their release.
        They’re reissues of old shows but they’re still “new” releases (WM14 getting its first standalone release in the UK, WM20 being a two disc set, the new artwork, etc.)
        Fair play to those that got them cheaper, I wish I’d waited 48 hours and got them at the discounted rate myself.
        I’ve not had too many issues with Fremantle over the years but this has genuinely irritated me.

        • RabidHeat says:

          Yeah, I had a similar situation where I bought several PPV DVDs in early Jan which were on “sale” price at £6.99, so I thought well that’s clearly their January sale; immediately after I bought them a new sale was put on for the last week of Jan where the same titles were all slashed to £2.99-£4.99, and I hadn’t even received mine yet but they’d already been shipped. ‘Irritating’ is exactly the word.

  12. RabidHeat says:

    I imagine the Andre Battle Royal and Smackdown Tag Title match will be on the bonus disc as they are basically ‘Mania matches that have been kicked over to the Smackdown go-home show. I hope so anyway, as inconsequential as I’m sure those matches will be, lol.

    • Timothy J Thorpe says:

      I’m hoping that Bobby Lashley’s title victory over The Miz makes this particular cut. That’s just me though.

  13. Timothy J Thorpe says:

    Good thing I got a region free blu ray player. That extra disc sounds fun to watch.

    • Kelsey Malone says:

      Yeah I have a region free player too. The past few years I splurge and get the uk exclusive blu ray with the bonus disc

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