WWF No Mercy – Recreating Summerslam 2000 and Discussing Summerslam 2019

On the eve of attending Summerslam 2019, I celebrate by recreating Summerslam 2000 in WWF No Mercy! While I lose to the computer on Expert difficulty, we talk about the women’s revolution in wrestling, predictions for Summerslam 2019, Rock Band nostalgia, and games that caused our hype levels to peak before they launched!

Highlights

Stink Face!

nWo Championship Belt

Don’t Get Married

Shout-outs!

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Highlights from WWE SummerSlam 2019

The hottest wrestling event of the summer took place in my neck of the woods and I was there for it! It’s been almost 20 years since I last attended a WWE pay-per-view, but I was thrilled to be at the Scotiabank Arena for SummerSlam 2019! Not going to give you a thorough analysis of the show, but I thought I’d share a couple of highlights from the event!

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My Favourite Professional Wrestlers of All-Time

It’s Summerslam day! WWE’s Superstars will set foot in the Scotiabank Arena to take part in one of the biggest wrestling events of the year. Oh yeah, and I’ll be there too!

Yesterday, I outlined my list of favourite wrestlers who are active right now. Today’s the big one! These are my all-time faves! Booyaka booyaka!

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My Favourite Professional Wrestlers of Today

It’s SummerSlam weekend! Since it’s taking place in my back yard, of course my wife and I will be there! Though we’ve been to wrestling events together in the past, we’ve never done a pay-per-view together before, where the stakes are at an all-time high. I still vividly remember attending Wrestlemania 18 and I want the thrill that comes with a major wrestling event of that magnitude. Titles will change hands! Winners will be determined! And maybe…just maybe…Brock Lesnar won’t win again? I hope so!

To celebrate, I’ve made a pair of posts about favourites. Today is the list of my favourite wrestlers today. Tomorrow is the list of my all-time faves! No better time than the present, so let’s go!

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A Look Back at Wrestlemania 2000 on the Nintendo 64

During AKI’s legendary run of producing some of the best wrestling games ever made, they made two for the WWF: WWF Wrestlemania 2000 and WWF No Mercy. The latter is widely recognized by many – including me – as the single greatest wrestling video game of all-time. The former is…the precursor everyone forgot about in the shadow of the greatest wrestling video game of all time. Quite frankly, I have largely blocked out the existence of Wrestlemania 2000 from my mind until the opportunity arose to stream it on the eve of Wrestlemania 35. Playing the game again served as a great reminder for what makes it enjoyable to this day, but also why it faded into obscurity.

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Road to Wrestlemania! WWF Wrestlemania 2000 on Nintendo 64

Wrestlemania 35 is in the books, but it’s never too late to revisit a classic! I dust off the Nintendo 64 to play the precursor to WWF No Mercy, WWF Wrestlemania 2000! We share a number of stories from wrestling’s past, my experiences with seeing a number of wrestlers at comic conventions, and my predictions for Wrestlemania 35!

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Wrestlemania X8 – Stone Cold Steve Austin vs. The Rock

Haven’t played Wrestlemania X8 on GameCube in ages and I don’t remember the controls, but I try my best to beat The Rock anyway!



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WWE All Stars Review

I miss WWF No Mercy on the Nintendo 64.

Hate to be the old man in the room, but its greatness has yet to be surpassed by any wrestling game since. Unfortunately, THQ and the WWE decided to give Yukes exclusive rights to develop their wrestling games; none of which even come close.

WWE All Stars is not the game to do that, nor does it try to be. Instead of trying to be a wrestling ‘simulator’, All Stars is an arcade style slobberknocker that may be the most bombastic wrestling title ever.

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