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WWE to no longer offer DVDs, Blu-rays in United States

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WWE DVDs and Blu-rays will no longer be offered in the United States.

Wrestling DVD Network reported today that WWE will no longer offer DVD and Blu-ray releases starting in 2022. The last physical media release is set to be Survivor Series 2021, which will be released on December 28. A home video release on Drew McIntyre is also set to be released this month on December 14.

The report also said that this will likely mean that further releases in Canada and Australia will also no longer happen, with Australia’s final releases of WWE's 2021 pay-per-view events taking place in March. In the UK, however, Day One and Royal Rumble releases are currently scheduled to be released through Fremantle, which distributes WWE's DVDs and Blu-rays in the region.

WWE’s home video releases date back to 1985, releasing VHS tapes through Coliseum Video. Their video distribution company was later renamed to WWE Home Video, with their first DVD releases, one focusing on Stone Cold Steve Austin and another on the WrestleMania 15 pay-per-view event, being released in 1999.