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WWE 2K19: "the largest roster in video game history"

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2K Sports recently revealed another batch of WWE legends that will be featured in the upcoming WWE 2K19 video, bringing the total roster to almost 200 playable characters. According to Gamespot, it's one of the largest rosters for the series to date.
Among the former superstars that will be available: Mr Perfect, Ted DiBiase, Bret "Hitman" Hart, Eddie Guerrero, Jake "The Snake" Roberts, Lex Luger, “Macho Man” Randy Savage, Shawn Michaels, "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, The Rock, The Undertaker and Vader. 
WWE 2K19 standard edition will release on all platforms on October 9. WWE icon "The Nature Boy" Ric Flair will also be honored as part of the upcoming WWE 2K19 video game with a specially branded "Wooooo! Edition." Fans who upgrade to Flair's "Woooo! Edition" will receive Early Access and play on October 5th, four days before the game actually drops.
Check out the full list of characters below (H/T Cageside Seats):
  1. Alundra Blayze
  2. Andre The Giant
  3. Bam Bam Bigelow
  4. Batista
  5. Beth Phoenix
  6. Big Boss Man
  7. Booker T
  8. Bret “Hitman” Hart
  9. British Bulldog
  10. Brutus “The Barber” Beefcake
  11. Chris Jericho
  12. Christian
  13. Diamond Dallas Page
  14. Diesel
  15. Dusty Rhodes
  16. Eddie Guerrero
  17. Edge
  18. Goldberg
  19. Greg “The Hammer” Valentine
  20. Ivory
  21. Jacqueline
  22. Jake “The Snake” Roberts
  23. Jim “The Anvil” Neidhart
  24. Kane
  25. Kevin Nash
  26. Kurt Angle
  27. Lex Luger
  28. Lita
  29. “Macho Man” Randy Savage
  30. Mr. McMahon
  31. Mr. Perfect
  32. Papa Shango
  33. “Ravishing” Rick Rude
  34. Razor Ramon
  35. Rey Mysterio
  36. Ric Flair
  37. Rick “The Model” Martel
  38. Ricky Morton
  39. Ricky Steamboat
  40. Rikishi
  41. Robert Gibson
  42. Roddy Piper
  43. Scott Hall
  44. Shawn Michaels
  45. Stephanie McMahon
  46. Sting
  47. Stone Cold Steve Austin
  48. Sycho Sid
  49. Tatanka
  50. Ted DiBiase
  51. The Godfather
  52. The Rock
  53. Trish Stratus
  54. Ultimate Warrior
  55. Undertaker (Big Evil)
  56. Undertaker (Dead Man)
  57. Vader
  58. Cedric Alexander
  59. Mustafa Ali
  60. Andrade “Cien” Almas
  61. Karl Anderson
  62. Asuka
  63. Brie Bella
  64. Nikki Bella
  65. Shelton Benjamin
  66. Sin Cara
  67. Carmella
  68. John Cena
  69. Cesaro
  70. Charlotte
  71. Epico Colon
  72. Primo Colon
  73. Killian Dain
  74. Ariya Daivari
  75. Noam Dar
  76. Sonya Deville
  77. Tye Dillinger
  78. Lince Dorado
  79. Big E
  80. Aiden English
  81. Jack Gallagher
  82. Luke Gallows
  83. Drew Gulak
  84. Jeff Hardy
  85. Harper
  86. Hideo Itami
  87. Chris Jericho
  88. Samoa Joe
  89. Kalisto
  90. Kane
  91. Billie Kay
  92. Kofi Kingston
  93. Becky Lynch
  94. Maryse
  95. Shane McMahon
  96. Gran Metalik
  97. The Miz
  98. Shinsuke Nakamura
  99. Naomi
  100. Tony Nese
  101. Randy Orton
  102. Paige
  103. Rowan
  104. Mandy Rose
  105. Peyton Royce
  106. Zack Ryder
  107. Sheamus
  108. Tamina
  109. TJP
  110. Akira Tozawa
  111. R-Truth
  112. Jey Uso
  113. Jimmy Uso
  114. Zelina Vega
  115. Alexander Wolfe
  116. Xavier Woods
  117. Eric Young
  118. Akam
  119. Dean Ambrose
  120. Curtis Axel
  121. Finn Balor
  122. Sasha Banks
  123. Shayna Baszler
  124. Tyler Bate
  125. Bayley
  126. Aleister Black
  127. Bianca Belair
  128. Alexa Bliss
  129. Tyler Breeze
  130. Dana Brooke
  131. Daniel Bryan
  132. Adam Cole
  133. Baron Corbin
  134. Apollo Crews
  135. Bo Dallas
  136. Angelo Dawkins
  137. Scott Dawson
  138. Otis Dozovic
  139. Velveteen Dream
  140. Pete Dunne
  141. Elias
  142. Fandango
  143. Bobby Fish
  144. Montez Ford
  145. Alicia Fox
  146. Johnny Gargano
  147. Chad Gable
  148. Goldust
  149. Triple H
  150. Woken Matt Hardy
  151. Curt Hawkins
  152. Mickie James
  153. Nia Jax
  154. Jason Jordan
  155. No Way Jose
  156. Konner
  157. Tucker Knight
  158. Lana
  159. Sarah Logan
  160. Oney Lorcan
  161. Brock Lesnar
  162. Jinder Mahal
  163. Drew McIntyre
  164. Nick Miller
  165. Ember Moon
  166. Liv Morgan
  167. Natalya
  168. Kassius Ohno
  169. Titus O’Neil
  170. Kyle O’Reilly
  171. Kevin Owens
  172. Mojo Rawley
  173. Rezar
  174. Rhyno
  175. Roman Reigns
  176. Ruby Riott
  177. Seth Rollins
  178. Bobby Roode
  179. Ronda Rousey
  180. Rusev
  181. Kairi Sane
  182. Big Show
  183. Heath Slater
  184. Roderick Strong
  185. Braun Strowman
  186. AJ Styles
  187. Lars Sullivan
  188. Shane Thorne
  189. The Undertaker
  190. Viktor
  191. Dash Wilder
  192. Bray Wyatt
  193. Sami Zayn
  194. Dolph Ziggler


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