by Alex Knapp WWF Betrayal Year: 2001 System: Game Boy Color Developer: WayForward Technologies Publisher: THQ In the early 2000s, I had two embarrassing guilty pleasures. One of them was listening to Limp Bizkit. The other was playing WWF Betrayal.
by Daniel Johnson Editor’s Note: Justin Watry is a wrestling columnist. He can be followed on Twitter @justinwatry. Kyle Childers/Hawk Jefferson is the author of the Hawkeye’s Hangout series on The Johnson Transcript and is the co-host of the Ruthless… Read More ›
by Alex Knapp WWF Attitude Year: 1999 Systems: PlayStation, Nintendo 64 and Dreamcast Developer: Iguana Entertainment Publisher: Acclaim As the 1990s approached an end, the WWF was back in the saddle again. Rocked by the steroid trials of the early 1990s,… Read More ›
by Daniel Johnson The Monday Night Wars era is arguably the most exciting period in wrestling history. Not just that it is arguably the most exciting period there ever will be is wrestling. That may sound like hyperbole or looking back… Read More ›
by Alex Knapp Well, WWE 2K15 is upon us. Sure, the last-gen versions were released this past month, but really, with how beefed up the graphics are and the major addition of the MyCareer feature, the next-gen versions are the… Read More ›
by Jeremy Cundiff 2. Yokozuna, WCW’s Original Gangsta Thank you for your bandwidth. I just love staring at that fuckin’ dinosaur in the banner. Speaking of dinosaurs, we all remember Rodney Anao’i aka Yokozuna, right? Yokozuna was 555 lbs when he… Read More ›