WWE 2K14 Reveals Over 10 DLC Superstars Plus More in New Trailer

Under the umbrella of 2k now, WWE 2K14 isn’t drastically different than it’s predecessor. However, we have seen little changes in promotion and now in the amount of DLC we’re receiving. As it was last year, we’re receiving three packs — N.W.O., current superstars and Legends — that’ll feature 19 new superstars, 30 new moves, more customization options and more. Some of the names include The Outsiders, Big E. Langston, Bruno Sammartino, Scott Steiner, Virgil, the Bella twins, Syxx and more. Check out the trailer above for the complete run down or head over to their website to read all… continue reading

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Video: WWE 2K14′s 30 Years Of Wrestlemania (Trailer)

Come 2014, the iconic Wrestlemania event turns 30. Following up from their successful Attitude Era mode in WWE ’13, the developers decided to come up with the 30 Years Of Wrestlemania mode that’ll tackle 45 major matches spanning from the very first to the latest, and featuring everybody from Hulk Hogan to John Cena. This trailer shows us some of the cool cutscenes that were remade for the mode, including Shawn Michaels’ legendary entrance at Wrestlemania 13 or Triple H vs. Undertaker at WM 28. Follow @SermonsDomain

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Artwork + DVD Listing: For All Mankind: The Life & Career of Mick Foley

Artwork + DVD Listing: For All Mankind: The Life & Career of Mick Foley

Mick Foley is like a superhero in the wrestling world. He looks average, but always went the extra mile during his lengthy career. That’s why he’s a legend. He IS hardcore. Mick and his three faces can take a beating and provide one just as quick. On April 16, he’ll be getting his second DVD/Blu-Ray that features a documentary chronicling his career. The other two discs span matches with Undertaker, Sandman, Sting, The Rock, Triple H and more. View the listing, and Blu-Ray exclusives below. Cover is coming soon. Shouts to WWE DVD News. Update: The cover has arrived. Pre-Order:… continue reading

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Artwork + DVD Listing: Bret Hart – The Dungeon Collection

Artwork + DVD Listing: Bret Hart – The Dungeon Collection

You know the saying: the best there is, the best there was and the best there ever will be. Bret Hart collaborated with WWE once again for his second DVD collection featuring 19 unreleased matches (more including Blu-Ray bonuses) and various commentary. Scheduled to be out March 5, you can pre-order below and take a look at all the goodies included on the set after the jump. This looks like it’ll be one hell of a release for those who appreciate Bret’s work from the 70′s up ’till his end in WCW. Pre-Order: DVD | Blu-Ray

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Wrestling Worth Watching: TNA’s Lockdown 2005

Back before TNA turned into another WCW-like clone, the company had a lot of talent and uniqueness. To start off, there was the six-sided ring. Despite not giving much of a difference, it was nice to see a change in the game for once. It was refreshing to get new and old talent together in a way we weren’t familiar with. It was like a hybrid of ECW and WCW, meaning it had hardcore aspects mixed in with great storylines and high flying action (that’s something WCW seems to always be overlooked for).Then, annually (and they still have it) was… continue reading

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Review: WWE’s Greatest Rivalries: Bret Hart & Shawn Michaels

Review: WWE’s Greatest Rivalries: Bret Hart & Shawn Michaels

Growing up, if you liked wrestling, you probably were a fan of Bret Hart or Shawn Michaels. It’s undeniable how talented these two athletes were in the ring. From Bret’s technical skills to Shawn’s energy, they put on a good show. They helped shape a new era in the wrestling business during the 1990’s, going from the Hogans and the Andre The Giants into smaller, more agile wrestlers. Bret and Shawn’s relationship through the years seemed pretty good from the outside looking in. These two had some great matches early in their careers and during the times where they were… continue reading

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