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I’ve stated in a FGB Radio or two that I was one of the few households in the United States to get Starrcade 1987 instead of the original Survivor Series. I was a heartbroken child. I wanted my WWF Thanksgiving wrestling. I wanted to see this new iteration of PPV wrestling matches centered around Hulk Hogan. But alas, I’d have to do with Ronnie “Hands Of Stone” Garvin against Ric Flair, which was a pretty decent match in its own right. Why did my cable company not have the WWF show? Vince booked his new Survivor Series show to go up against Starrcade. Dave Meltzer explains in his history of wrestling on Thanksgiving post. Continue reading
It was teased over the weekend that 2K Sports would be announcing a new mode for WWE 2K14 today. This comes on the heels that the Ultimate Warrior would be in the new game.
I will say that the announcement was worth the wait, at least for this video game fan. For the first time in a very long time, I’m interested in the new WWE video game.
According to WWE.2K.com, it’s a new mode called 30 Years Of WrestleMania.
The mode covers 45 legendary WrestleMania matches including three that have been announced so far – Andre The Giant vs. Hulk Hogan at WrestleMania III, The Rock vs. Hulk Hogan at WrestleMania X-8, and The Rock vs. John Cena at WrestleMania XXVIII. With that information at least Andre and Hogan are in the game. But there is a promise of much more according to the article. Continue reading