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WWE 13 Rosters Unveiled

Posted on August 19, 2012 AT 03:10pm


Following these paragraph, you will be given the official statement out of LA that discusses the upcoming WWE 13 Roster.  This roster concentrates not only on current WWE superstars and divas, but superstars and divas from the Attitude Era, which is considered one of the most successful era’s in wrestling (this wrestling fan disagrees with it being the best, but feel free to file any complaint about that to my twitter, which is @RadioInfluence

Along with currently released diva Kharma, most of the roster is to be expected. The list of other odd ball names is Kevin Nash, John Laurinaitis (who did play a big part this year as GM), and also the Bella Twins (who were released as well)

The Attitude Era’s making there return include former UFC champion Ken Shamrock, The Legion of Doom (no sign of Darren Drozdov), all of the larger incarnation of DX (HHH, HBK, XPac, Road Dogg, and Billy Gunn. Meaning no Chyna or Rick Rude), some of the Nation of Domination, and a few interesting additions including Big Bossman and Eddie Guerrero (more Bossman than Guerrero).

You can see there are plenty of people missing, but you can’t please everyone. It would have been nice to see Too Cool (Scotty 2 Hotty, Grand Master Sexay, and Rikishi), 3 Minute Warning (Rosie and Jamal/Umaga), The Headbangers (Mosh and Thrasher), and maybe even the Oddities (Kurrgan, Luna, and Golga).

While a complete roster, this is what most people were looking forward to. Let’s just hope it doesn’t upset those Attitude Era fans who are pissed off at the PG era, and embraces the PG era fans who may find the violence unappealing.

LOS ANGELES — The City of Angels will provide the stage for The Hottest Event of the Summer — and THQ is doing its part to turn up the heat.

On the eve of the 25th Anniversary of SummerSlam, the WWE Universe arrived to take in the sights and sounds of SummerSlam Axxess at Nokia Plaza at L.A. Live in Los Angeles. The ultimate WWE fan experience of the summer certainly has lived up to the billing, with highlights including a fan costume contest, tons of Superstar and Diva autograph sessions and memorabilia displays from WWE’s history.

(To see who THQ included in the “WWE ’13″ roster reveal, click here.)

Yet THQ, the global publisher and developer of video games, made the spotlight shine a little brighter on Axxess with its highly-anticipated “WWE ‘13” roster reveal event. With Lilian Garcia serving as the master of ceremonies and WWE Champion CM Punk as well as Damien Sandow, Jerry “The King” Lawler and Jim Ross on hand for the festivities, THQ released the largest roster of Superstars and Divas in a WWE video game ever, all of whom will certainly make their presence felt in the latest edition of the best-selling series.

One such Superstar that’s ecstatic about his involvement in “WWE ‘13” is the competitor on the game’s cover. During the event, CM Punk enthusiastically explained why being selected to appear on the cover means more to him than many in the WWE Universe might think.

“When I got into this business, one of the goals was to be in a video game,” Punk said. “Being on the cover obviously supersedes that. It’s tremendously awesome to me. And the reason I am on the cover is because I’m the best in the world.”

Of course, gamers don’t need to be the “best in the world” to shake things up in “WWE ’13.” As Ross pointed out in the middle of the festivities, players should quickly notice that the creative control they have over the in-game experience is only limited by their imagination.

“Everybody likes to second-guess and play Monday-morning quarterback when you watch TV,” Ross said. “So now, you can be the promoter. You can be the matchmaker. You can be Vince McMahon.”

Perhaps the most anticipated addition to “WWE ‘13” is the influence of the Attitude Era on the gameplay. From legendary teams like D-Generation X and The Acolytes to dominant Divas like Lita and Trish Stratus, players will follow their favorite Superstars and Divas through storylines that are filled with “Attitude.”

Lawler, who had a ringside seat for many of the milestone moments from that treasured period in WWE history, couldn’t wait to start speculating about the fantasy matchups that are available in the game, from Punk versus “Stone Cold” Steve Austin to the Three Faces of Foley competing against one another in a Triple Threat Match.

“Can you just imagine some of the possibilities?” Lawler asked. “I’m excited about that.”

The list of recent Superstars and Divas appearing in “WWE ’13″ includes:

CM Punk
Alberto Del Rio
Big Show
Booker T
Brock Lesnar
Brodus Clay
Chris Jericho
Cody Rhodes
Daniel Bryan
David Otunga
Dolph Ziggler
The Great Khali
Heath Slater
Jack Swagger
John Cena (Doctor of Thuganomics)
John Laurinaitis
Justin Gabriel
Kevin Nash
Kofi Kingston
Mark Henry
The Miz
Randy Orton
John Cena
Rey Mysterio
The Rock
Santino Marella
Sin Cara
Ted DiBiase
Triple H
The Undertaker
Jinder Mahal
Wade Barrett
Zack Ryder
Alicia Fox
Beth Phoenix
Brie Bella
Kelly Kelly
Nikki Bella
AJ Lee
Damien Sandow

The list of Attitude Era Superstars and Divas appearing in “WWE ’13″ includes:
“Iron” Mike Tyson
Road Warrior Animal
Big Bossman
Billy Gunn
Bradshaw (The Acolytes)
Bret Hart
British Bulldog
Cactus Jack
Chris Jericho (Y2J)
Christan (from Edge & Christian)
Dude Love
Eddie Guerrero
Edge (from Edge & Christian)
Farooq (The Acolytes)
The Godfather
Road Warrior Hawk
Hunter Hearst Helmsley
Ken Shamrock
Mark Henry (Nation of Domination)
Mr. McMahon
“Big Show” Paul Wight
“Road Dogg” Jesse James
The Rock
Shane McMahon
Shawn Michaels (D-Generation X)
Triple H (D-Generation X)
The Undertaker
Stephanie McMahon
Trish Stratus
“Stone Cold” Steve Austin

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