Monday, September 18, 2017


On Saturday, November 25th Starrcade is coming back to Greensboro, NC. 

WWE announced this today just after Ryan Satin of Pro Wrestling Sheet reported that we might see some WCW names resurface soon. 

As a huge JCP/WCW fan, I'm glad to see it.  Some take it as a slap in the face that WWE would use show names like this, but I'm just glad to hear Starrcade again. 

It's either WWE uses these old names to market shows or these names just sit in the mothballs.

Personally, I'd rather have the memories of WCW/JCP/NWA live this way than just be gone altogether.

WWE 2K18: Gameplay Trailer

I had to be talked out of canceling my pre-order when I saw TJP DAB in the trailer, but I'm looking forward to this.

Wednesday, September 13, 2017

NWA Wildside Reunion Show

Photo Courtesy: Jose Torres (SAB member)

NWA Wildside had their reunion show this past Saturday and suffice to say it was simply...Phenomenal!

Yes, even the prodigal son, AJ Styles was able to make an appearance at the big event at the now named Landmark Arena.  Due to outside circumstances, myself, David, Jose and Jennifer were unable to attend the all day fan festival that had various Q & A sessions as well as meet and greets with many of the stars from Wildside's past. 

For us, it was just like yesterday, all meeting up, making the trip through downtown Atlanta, through the traffic, making our way up I-85, then to I-985.  Obviously from 2005-2017 changes have been made to the area, however, when we made our traditional stop to get food, that particular area hasn't changed very much. 

AWE's Show Schedule For The Rest Of 2017

WWE 2K18: MyCareer Mode

I've gotten to where 99% of what I do in WWE games is just the Exhibition Mode.

I used to dabble in Universe Mode more, never gave much thought to a career mode at all.

That said, I know MyCareer Mode is a big thing for many of you so here's some information on that for this year's edition of the game.

Wednesday, September 6, 2017

WWE 2K18: Announced Roster

Below is the full roster in alphabetical order based on what I've compiled from the IGN reveals.

Here is the Google Sheet I created with this information too if you prefer that.

UPDATE: This post on 2K's forum breaks down the roster as well.

  1. Aiden English
  2. AJ Styles
  3. Akam
  4. Akira Tozawa
  5. Albert
  6. Alexa Bliss
  7. Alexander Wolfe
  8. Alicia Fox
  9. Alundra Blayze
  10. Andre the Giant
  11. Apollo Crews
  12. Asuka
  13. Bam Bam Bigelow
  14. Baron Corbin
  15. Batista

WWE 2K18: Fourth And Final Roster Reveal From IGN

Fourth and Final WWE 2K18 Roster Reveal from IGN just released. Names listed alphabetically below.

Some pretty nice "deep cuts" from the cruiserweight division and NXT.

I'm glad Jake "The Snake" is still there. Nothing too Earth-shattering though for me.

  1. Aiden English
  2. Alicia Fox
  3. Batista
  4. Big E
  5. Billie Kay
  6. Bo Dallas
  7. Booker T
  8. Charlotte Flair
  9. Christian
  10. Curt Hawkins
  11. Curtis Axel
  12. Darren Young
  13. Enzo Amore
  14. Epico Colon

Tuesday, September 5, 2017

WWE 2K18: New Carry System

Friday, September 1, 2017


You don't see people get crossed up like this very often.

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

WWE 2K18: Third Roster Reveal From IGN

Latest WWE 2K18 Roster Reveal from IGN gives us 41 new wrestlers. I am most excited about Gargano and Ciampa personally. Glad the Freebirds have returned though as well. Curious what Rick Martel we get.
  1. Akam
  2. Alexa Bliss
  3. Apollo Crews
  4. Asuka
  5. Big Cass
  6. Carmella
  7. Cedric Alexander
  8. Chad Gable
  9. Chris Jericho
  10. Dana Brooke
  11. Dash Wilder
  12. Finn Bálor
  13. Jason Jordan
  14. Jimmy Garvin