The upcoming THQ wrestling game, WWE All-Stars, is set to have WWE legends and current superstars face off in fantasy and over-the-top matches. Matches such as John Cena vs. The Rock, Andre the Giant vs. The Big Show and others, limited only by your imagination. Limited by your imagination and…TNA Wrestling. The situation is that the game’s roster may have some issues due to the presence of TNA Wrestling. Why would WWE want to promote wrestlers who wrestle for their direct competitors in their game?
The latest Game Informer magazine has noted that currently signed TNA wrestlers such as Hulk Hogan, Kevin Nash, Ric Flair, Rob Van Dam and Kurt Angle may not make it onto the game’s roster. It would be quite unfortunate to have such big names absent from what could be seen as a spiritual successor to WWE Legends of Wrestlemania. A game that had such stars as Hogan and Flair.
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