“WWE video games have experienced significant transformations over the last quarter century. From 1987’s MicroLeague Wrestling to 2014’s WWE 2K15, they have undergone continuous reinvention to remain fresh and relevant across generations of the WWE Universe.
It’s a narrative that one of the most popular Superstars in WWE history, Hulk Hogan, knows well. With the “2K Showcase: Path of the Warrior” DLC pack for WWE 2K15 now available and the new WWE 2K mobile game on the way, WWE.com spoke with The Hulkster to talk about this evolution, what 2K is doing to further it and the immortalization of The Ultimate Warrior’s WWE Hall of Fame career in virtual form.”
“Your April Fools’ pranks had nothing on the outlandish tricks in this latest WWE Top 10 … at least, we hope not.”
“Before he goes into the WWE Hall of Fame, relive the most enduring moments of the ‘Macho Man’s’ peerless career.”
“A Superstar can be great 364 days out of the year, but if they don’t deliver at WrestleMania, they won’t mean much in the grand scheme of sports-entertainment lore.
The competitors who have excelled on The Grandest Stage of Them All are a select fraternity. The best of them didn’t have a good match or two — they anchored WWE’s biggest event of the year on multiple occasions. They made history on a regular basis, stole the show like it was theirs for the taking. They walked into stadiums as men and left as icons.
WrestleMania is known as The Showcase of the Immortals. The 10 Superstars on this list are the reason why.”
List "Macho Man" Randy Savage, "Stone Cold" Steve Austin, Bret Hart, Edge, Hulk Hogan, John Cena, Shawn Michaels, The Rock, The Undertaker, Triple H, WrestleMania, WWE, wwe.com
“The ranks of the “undefeated at WrestleMania” may no longer include The Undertaker, but there exists a subset of Superstars who have yet to experience the agony of defeat on WWE’s biggest night. That accomplished club includes WWE Hall of Famers like Dusty Rhodes and Alundra Blayze, modern-day battlers like Cesaro and AJ Lee, and even a few celebrities like Floyd Mayweather, Jr. and Lawrence Taylor.
In fact, quite a few impressive grapplers still boast a goose egg in their WrestleMania loss column (and that means The Show of Shows itself, not the dark matches or Kickoff clashes that preceded). From an ECW Original to one of the “Grandest” Divas of them all, take a look at 10 of the Superstars who are presently undefeated at WrestleMania.”
List Ax, Mr. T, Rob Van Dam, Sable, Shane McMahon, Tatanka, Terry Funk, The Legion of Doom, The Shield, Virgil, WrestleMania, WWE, wwe.com
“Ring in St. Patrick’s Day with WWE Top 10 as we examine the most bone-rattling maneuvers in The Celtic Warrior’s history, fella.”
“Nothing is more replenishing to the soul of a sports-entertainment fan than WrestleMania, and with good reason: More great matches have happened there than at any other event.
So, it was with a heavy obligation that a crosssection of editors at WWE.com attempted to rank the 30 best showdowns to take place at The Grandest Stage of Them All. The criteria was an imprecise mashup of match quality, big-fight feel and historical significance. And let’s face it: You just know a great match when you see one.
As difficult as it was to compare, for example, Hulk Hogan vs. Andre the Giant with Shawn Michaels vs. Bret Hart and not question whether the two bouts belong to different genres altogether, the task was shouldered, and what follows is a list of WrestleMania classics that are all stellar, regardless of the number beside it.”
“’Tough Enough’ is returning to USA Network,’Total Divas’ is about to conclude its third season on E! and WWE Network introduced the WWE Universe to ‘Legends’ House’ last year. With all this success, WWE is carving a nice niche for itself in reality television.
This got those of us at WWE.com thinking: What else could WWE come up with to expand its standing within the popular TV genre? If you guessed intellectual competitions with Erick Rowan, boardroom battles for that elusive brass ring and an undercover chairman, then you’re on the right track.
Behold, the eight Superstar reality shows we want to see.”
Features Bad News Barrett, Daniel Bryan, Erick Rowan, Fandango, Jerry Lawler, Jimmy Uso, Mr. McMahon, Rosa Mendes, Ryback, Stephanie McMahon, Triple H, Tyson Kidd, WWE, wwe.com
“As WWE races toward WrestleMania 31, no event before The Show of Shows holds as much intrigue or importance as WWE Fastlane, which airs live Sunday on WWE Network.
The fabric of WrestleMania’s WWE World Heavyweight Title main event will be determined when Roman Reigns and Daniel Bryan joust for the top-contender spot. Also at WWE Fastlane, four titles will be defended, brothers will duke it out and three of WWE’s most popular Superstars will take aim at The Authority’s handpicked wrecking crew.
But who will win? Check out these WWE Fastlane predictions by WWE Hall of Fame announcer Howard Finkel, “The Voice of Extreme” Joey Styles and WWE.com editors, and add your own in the comments section below.”
Features Bad News Barrett, Big Show, Brie Bella, Cesaro, Daniel Bryan, Dean Ambrose, Dolph Ziggler, Erick Rowan, Goldust, John Cena, Kane, Nikki Bella, Paige, Roman Reigns, Rusev, Ryback, Seth Rollins, Stardust, The Usos, Tyson Kidd, WWE, WWE Fastlane, wwe.com