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WWE Home Video To Stop Producing DVD’s After 40 Years


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It seems WWE will be ending their production of WWE DVD’s and Blu-Rays at the end of the year.

Back in 2014, WWE launched the WWE Network with access to their vast library of wrestling media to the joys of fans. However, many wondered when the company will faze out their production of home media such as DVD & Blu-Ray. Now, it is being reported by Wrestling DVD Network (WDN), that this classic form of home entertainment has come to its natural conclusion.

According to WDN, which has been covering WWE’s DVD releases for more than a decade, WWE’s last DVD and Blu-ray in the United States will be Survivor Series 2021. The DVD and Blu-ray featuring last month’s PPV will be available for purchase on December 28th, 2021. As well there is also a Drew McIntyre themed home video still projected to get released on DVD & Blu-Ray, arriving two weeks before on December 14th 2021.

However, it seems fans in the United Kingdom (UK) will still have access to WWE home media. This is because WWE’s home video releases are handled by a different company in the UK, that company being Fremantle. Fremantle currently still has plans to release DVD and Blu-ray versions of Day 1 and the 2022 Royal Rumble. Nothing has been confirmed for after that these releases, which means wrestling fans in the UK, might well experience the same end of a classic era of home entertainment as those in the US, Canada, and Australia.

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