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                         WWF Royal Rumble (DC) Complete Guide v0.5
                          By: DaLadiesMan Steve Saunders
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                               Date: November 13, 2000
                           Last Updated: November 15, 2000
                           Number of Updates to Guide: 5
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    CREDITS
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    -THQ for making such a wonderful game.
    -Sony for publishing the game
    -Game FAQs for posting this guide (hopefully)
    -Me, for writing this guide.
    -Al Amaloo, and VG Strategies, for posting this guide (hopefully)
    -To all the great writers at GameFAQs	
    -The usual suspects (you know who you are)
    -Prima Games for the biographies, check out their guide!
    
    
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    TABLE OF CONTENTS
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    1.0 Introduction                       ***FINISHED***
        1.1 Revision History
    2.0 My Royal Rumble Review             ***FINISHED***
    3.0 History of Royal Rumble            ***FINISHED***
    4.0 List of Characters in the Game     ***FINISHED***
    5.0 Character Guides and Move Lists    ***FINISHED***
             -Al Snow                      ***FINISHED***
             -Big Show                     ***FINISHED***
             -Chris Jericho                ***FINISHED***
             -D'Lo Brown                   ***FINISHED***
             -Edge                         ***FINISHED***
             -The Godfather                ***FINISHED***
             -Jeff Hardy                   ***FINISHED***
             -Kane                         ***FINISHED***
             -Kurt Angle                   ***FINISHED***
             -Mankind                      ***FINISHED***
             -Matt Hardy                   ***FINISHED***
             -Rikishi                      ***FINISHED***
             -Road Dogg                    ***FINISHED***
             -Shane McMahon                ***FINISHED***
             -Stone Cold Steve Austin      ***FINISHED***
             -Tazz                         ***FINISHED***
             -The Rock                     ***FINISHED***
             -Triple H                     ***FINISHED***
             -Undertaker                   ***FINISHED***
             -Vince McMahon                ***FINISHED***
             -X-Pac                        ***FINISHED***
    6.0 Game Basics                        ***FINISHED***
    7.0 Game Modes
        7.1 Exhibition Mode                ***FINISHED***
        7.2 Match Arenas
        7.3 Royal Rumble Mode
    8.0 My Other Works, etc.               ***FINISHED***
    9.0 Conclusion                         ***FINISHED***
    
    
    
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    1.0      INTRODUCTION
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    Hello everyone, and welcome to yet another wrestling guide from YOUR
    master reviewer and king of all that is wrestling, DaLadiesMan Steve
    McFadden! Some of you may be wondering why I am writing a guide for a
    game I really didn't like. I am kind of wondering myself, but the main
    reason is because I want to write a guide for almost every wrestling
    game, even the ones I don't really like.
    
    My WCW vs. the World guide is evidence of that. However, I kind of liked
    this game. It was okay, I just wish there were more wrestlers in it.
    Regardless, this guide will have move lists and biographies of all the
    wrestlers that are in the game. Including my olympic hero, Kurt Angle!
    Enjoy, and if you have any questions, make sure to email me.
    
    -DaLadiesMan
    
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                  1.1   REVISION HISTORY
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    v0.5 (November 15, 2000)
    -I decided to split the game modes section into three sections, one section for
    each game mode.
    -Got the Exhibition Mode section done.
    -I updated the look of the Revision History section.
    -This guide is now at 145K according to my word processor.
    
    v0.4 (November 14, 2000)
    -This guide has been updated again, and this time I decided to type for three
    hours straight.
    -The result is a major update.
    -I got the History of Royal Rumble section done.
    -After that I was going to stop but I decided to keep going, and I got done the
    final 5 move lists.
    -All I need to do now is the game modes section and I can call this puppy
    complete and FINAL.
    
    v0.3 (November 14, 2000)
    -I finished the Game Basics section, and decided to add a History of Royal
    Rumble section just for fun.
    -I will type up the History of Royal Rumble later on.
    -After finishing the Game Basics section, I decided to type up the Road Dogg's
    move list.
    -So now I only need to do 5 more to finish this guide.
    
    v0.2 (November 14, 2000)
    -I got a lot done in this update, as well. I fixed some formatting problems so
    the guide looks a lot cleaner now.
    -I also got 7 more move lists done, which means I only need to get 6 more done
    to finish this guide.
    -I added some game basics to this guide, which means I have now divided up the
    Game Basics and Modes section into two separate sections.
    -Work on the Game Basics section has begun.
    
    v0.1 (November 13, 2000)
    -I got a lot done today in this first update.
    -I got 8 move lists done, which mean I only need 13 left.
    -I also got the format done, and added all of the needed sections, although
    they are not finished yet.
    
    
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    2.0      MY ROYAL RUMBLE REVIEW
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    A few months ago, I finally received the latest issue of EGM in the mail, and I
    was looking through it when I saw a preview for a certain game that seemed
    rather interesting to me. WWF Royal Rumble, the second WWF game (but first
    console only) to appear on the DC was the name of it, and it sounded rather
    interesting to me, because I have always been a big fan of the World Wrestling
    Federation, and a majority of their games have turned out to be classics.
    
    For instance, WWF Smackdown and WWF Wrestlemania 2000 are two of my favorite
    games to come out for the newer consoles, mainly because of the great game play
    they were able to provide. Each of them had featured a lot of certain
    characteristics, for instance a lot of wrestlers to choose from, and a lot of
    game modes. These have always been the two major things to have in a wrestling
    game: character selection and game modes.
    
    Sadly, WWF Royal Rumble provides neither a lot of wrestlers to choose from, nor
    a lot of game modes to play. This has got to be one of the most disappointing
    games I have ever played in my entire life, and it is a real shame too because
    this game could have had a lot more potential, and it could have lived up to
    all
    of that potential had it turned out to have more wrestlers and game modes to
    choose from.
    
    You should know about the history of this video game first. WWF Royal Rumble
    was
    an arcade game (one I have not seen, much less played) before it got ported
    over
    to the Sega Dreamcast. So, you can say the direct lack of depth has a lot to do
    with the fact that this game was originally not even supposed to be a Dreamcast
    game, but only an Arcade game, right?
    
    Well, usually I would see where you are coming from on that, but after playing
    a
    lot of the arcade ports released over the years, I know how easy it is to add
    new characters and game modes from the Arcade version to the console versions.
    Some popular examples of this include Tekken 3 and Soul Calibur. Each of those
    two games took the basic elements from the Arcade version, added new features
    (including game modes and new characters) and ported it over to the consoles
    they were featured on.
    
    However, this is not the case with this game. I cannot believe that Sega and
    Yukes would port this game over that poorly. There are still only two total
    game
    modes and only 21 total wrestlers to choose from. This has got to be one of the
    most disappointing aspects to ever been featured in a video game, because like
    I
    mentioned earlier, most of the World Wrestling Federation games have featured a
    lot of game modes and character selection, but this game did not. This is sad,
    but unfortunately true.
    
    Let me first discuss the graphics in the game. The graphics in the game are
    probably the best aspect of the entire game. While there is not a lot of
    wrestlers to choose from in the game, I will admit that the character models in
    the game are awesome and represent some of the best I have ever seen in a
    wrestling video game. They do look simply awesome, and very detailed. I
    especially like how you can make out individual details on the wrestler's
    outfits, for instance look at the gothic look of the Undertaker, it looks so
    realistic and very detailed.
    
    There are also other good points to the graphics in the game. For instance,
    during exhibition matches there is a referee actually in the ring with you,
    which is a cool thing because I haven't seen that done since the days of the
    Sega Genesis and Super Nintendo. The collision detection in the game is amazing
    and much better than the collision detection featured in that *other* World
    Wrestling Federation game featured on the Sega Dreamcast (you know which one I
    am talking about)
    
    I was, however, disappointed with a few things in the game when it comes to
    graphics. The biggest complaint I have with the graphics in the game are the
    crappy entrances featured in the game. These have got to be the worst entrances
    I have yet to see, and how in the heck did the Playstation get better entrances
    than the "more powerful" consoles? Look at this, you get entrance video clips
    in
    Smackdown, and you get like a 2 second pose from the wrestler in Royal Rumble.
    That's it. Nothing else is featured. That was very disappointing to me.
    
    Now, I shall discuss the music and sound effects in the game. One of the things
    I have always liked about wrestling games is the fact that all of the wrestlers
    have great theme songs (usually) and I love to hear them as much as I can,
    which
    is why I liked Attitude because you can actually listen to theme songs in the
    create a wrestler mode. Sadly, there is barely any wrestler theme music
    featured
    in this game. About the only time you get to hear the wrestler theme song is
    when you win a match, but even then you can barely hear it. You can't even hear
    it during the entrances!
    
    Other music in the game is pretty lackluster. I was rather disappointed with
    the
    fact that no music played during the actual matches, you only get some crap
    during the menu screens that does not sound like it belongs in a World
    Wrestling
    Federation video game. It sounds heavy metal, sure, but it would have been cool
    had more authentic World Wrestling Federation music been used, that would have
    been a lot cooler, in my opinion.
    
    Now, I will talk about the sound effects. Usually in wrestling video games, the
    one thing people look for is commentary. There was no commentary in Smackdown,
    which disappointed some people, and there was also no commentary in
    Wrestlemania
    2000. Well, guess what, folks? There is no commentary in this game either! I
    think there could have been commentary featured in the game, so I am confused
    as
    to why there isn't any commentary. Other sound effects are pretty basic, basic
    body slams, submission moves, etc. The submission moves sound a lot like the
    ones in WCW vs. the World ^_^.
    
    Control in the game takes some time to get used to, but once you figure out the
    rather unique and unorthodox control pattern in the game, you should get used
    to
    it. The thing that really sucks about the control, in my opinion, is the fact
    you can only use the directional stick to walk and run, you cannot use the
    analog stick. I am not a huge fan of the analog sticks on the Sega Dreamcast
    controller, but still, you could have been able to use it. Just another flaw in
    a flawed game, in my book. All of the control problems in the game add up,
    I am not going to describe the basic controls but they are rather confusing.
    The
    only good thing is the wrestler finishing move system, build your "S" meter,
    get
    3 "S" and you can use your finishing move by pressing the R trigger while both
    wrestlers are standing.
    
    I was severely disappointed with the actual game play of the game. Now, I know
    this is nothing more than a port of an Arcade game, so I did not expect too
    much, but I did expect more than 21 wrestlers and 3 game modes to choose from.
    The simple fact that this game did not have enough modes simply amazed me, I
    mean, how could you even make a wrestling game without including a create-a-
    wrestler mode, it is beyond belief. There is no modes featured in the game
    worth
    playing for, in my book.
    
    The most hyped aspect of this game is the Royal Rumble mode (hence the name of
    the game). This has got to be the coolest Royal Rumble mode ever, mainly
    because
    you can have nine wrestlers on the screen battling it out at once. You can
    choose up to 30 wrestlers to participate in the Royal Rumble. Now, some of you
    may be wondering how can you have 30 wrestlers in the mode when there is only
    21
    wrestlers featured in the game? Simple! The same wrestlers return to fight
    after
    a while. Sad, but true, they should have just added more wrestlers.
    
    Other game modes in the game severely disappointed, however. From the basic
    standpoint of comparing this to the other WWF games out there, this game comes
    up way short. Besides the Royal Rumble mode, there are only two other modes out
    there. One is your basic one-on-one affair, and the other one is this
    exhibition
    mode where you choose two wrestlers (one for you and one as your special
    partner) and battle it out against ten opponents (sort of like the championship
    option in WCW/nWo Thunder)
    
    A cool part of the game is the backstage fighting in the game. Backstage
    fighting was an idea first used in WCW Mayhem, and Smackdown used it to a
    certain extent, this game uses it, as well. However, it is pretty weird as it
    happens, because you are wrestling a match and suddenly the lights go out,
    you're in a backstage area with your partner, opponent, and a referee, it's
    rather interesting. Most of it gets tedious quickly, although it was a good
    concept on paper.
    
    This game does have serious problems, however, because the simple fact that
    Thunder has more depth is a serious problem. There are only 21 wrestlers to
    choose from, I happen to like most of them (even the guys that got in somehow,
    like Al Snow), especially the new additions like Kurt Angle, Rikishi, and Tazz,
    they add a lot to the game. However, everyone knows that when Smackdown 2 comes
    out, that game is going to have all of those wrestlers and about 30 more, so it
    is kind of nullified.
    
    This is a pretty disappointing game, with only a few game modes, and I do wish
    Sega and Yukes would have taken the time to add more game modes and wrestlers
    in
    it, because then it could have been a classic game, because the game did get on
    the right track with the Royal Rumble mode. Sadly, that's the only mode they
    focused on, as the lack of a create-a-wrestler or tag team mode (among other
    modes) severely takes away from the fun factor of the game.
    
    Replay value in the game is mediocre, mainly because of the simple fact there
    is
    nothing to really draw back to. While most wrestling games offer a lot of fun
    modes that increase the replay value of the game (like create-a-wrestler and
    season mode), this game does not. The Royal Rumble mode, and the fact you can
    play as my Olympic Hero Kurt Angle, may be enough to bring you back for a bit,
    but only if you rent it, because I bought this game a few days ago and I am
    already sick of it. It's true, it's true!
    
    This is not that challenging of a game at all, mainly because the two main
    modes
    featured in the game (exhibition mode and Royal Rumble mode) are pretty simple.
    The Royal Rumble mode can get to be pretty challenging, because of the fact
    there are so much wrestlers in the ring at one time, but once you get used to
    the control you should have little problem controlling the matches at your
    leisure. Not one of the more challenging wrestling games around, that is for
    sure.
    
    Overall, this is one of the more disappointing games I have ever played, and
    its
    just another game to add to the list of disappointments. The game is terrible,
    because of the simple fact there is hardly any variety or depth. There is
    nothing in this game that will keep you from wanting to play it over and over
    again, so chances are you will not want to buy it (like I made the mistake of
    doing), so just head over to your local video game rental store and give this
    game a rental, because you'll have fun with it for five days or so, but then it
    gets completely tedious.
    
     Good Points
    -Kurt Angle
    -Tazz
    -Graphics
    -Royal Rumble Mode
    
    Bad Points
    -Rikishi Phatu
    -21 wrestlers
    -3 modes
    -Lack of challenge
    
    Final Ratings
    Story - N/A
    Graphics - 7/10
    Music and Sound - 3/10
    Gameplay and Control - 2/10
    Replay Value - Below Average
    Challenge - Below Average
    Overall - 2/10
    Final word: <Tazz voice> This game is just another victim.. of overhype </Tazz
    voice>
    
    
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    3.0      HISTORY OF ROYAL RUMBLE
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        If Wrestlemania is the Super Bowl of Sports Entertainment, then Royal
    Rumble
    is the start of the playoffs. It is the annual January pay-per-view that
    signals
    the beginning of the most important time of year for the World Wrestling
    Federation. Over time, it has developed into one hell of a night!
        It is hard to believe that what began as a 20-man Battle Royal broadcast on
    USA Network has evolved into one of the most highly anticipated Federation
    events.
        Hacksaw Jim Duggan eliminated One Man Gang to pick up the victory at the
    first Royal Rumble on January 24, 1988 inside the Copps Coliseum of Hamilton,
    Ontario, Canada. Drawing numbers beforehand, the Superstars entered the ring
    one
    at a time in two-minute intervals. No one had any idea who would come out next,
    and the constant wondering of "who's next?" is one of the aspects that fans
    still like most about the Rumble.
        Although the initial Rumble may have lacked star power, the finished
    product
    was so well received by the fans that the event became an annual pay-per-view
    in
    1989.
        Mentioned in the same sentence as the three other WWF annuals -
    Wrestlemania, Summer Slam, and Survivor Series - the Royal Rumble now had heavy
    expectations to meet. In its first year on pay-per-view, the Rumble delivered
    the goods thanks to a dominating performance from the legendary Big John Studd.
    With relative ease, the human mountain cleared the ring of everyone except for
    the Million Dollar Man Ted DiBiase. The Million Dollar Man resorted to his old
    trick of offering money in exchange for a victory. Unfortunately for Ted, Studd
    could not be bought off as easily as one of the Godfather's 'hos!
        With no recognized World Wrestling Federation Champion at the time,
    Federation officials decided that the winner of the 1992 Royal Rumble would
    also
    claim the top honor in the game. Although a number of talented World Wrestling
    Federation Superstars entered the contest - Hulk Hogan, Sid, Randy Savage -
    only
    one man could walk out with the gold. And that man was Ric Flair! Despite being
    the third person to enter the ring, Flair pulled off the victory and was
    awarded
    one of the few sports-entertainment honors he hadn't yet achieved.
        If the biggest man entered in the Royal Rumble is considered the favorite,
    then there is little doubt that Yokozuna was the top choice heading into the
    1993 event. The former sumo wrestler who looks like he swallowed all seven of
    Snow White's dwarfs proved a difficult man to eliminate, and in the end he
    showed off his amazing strength by literally body pressing his opponents and
    tossing them out over the top! Never before had one man put on such an awesome
    display at the Royal Rumble.
        Then Shawn Michaels entered the competition in 1995. Although The
    Heartbreak
    Kid won the 1995 and 1996 Royal Rumbles, it his first victory that people will
    talk about forever. Even though he was the first competitor to enter the fray,
    Michaels remained one of the final two in the ring. The other one was The
    British Bulldog. HBK seemed to be physically drained, and The Bulldog was ready
    to finish him off. He threw Michaels over the top rope and then quickly turned
    around to celebrate what many considered a shocking upset - except for one
    problem. Shawn's feet never hit the floor! HBK miraculously found the strength
    to do a pull-up on the top rope and carry himself back in ring - where he soon
    eliminated The British Bulldog. Aside from the usual perks that come from
    winning the Royal Rumble, Shawn got an extra one (or two) - the right to be
    accompanied to the ring at Wrestlemania by Pamela Anderson! Now we know where
    HBK found the strength.
        In 1998 the Royal Rumble turned out to be much more than just the January
    pay per view event that would set up the main event at Wrestlemania: It was the
    event that firmly ushered in the WWF era of Attitude and introduced itself into
    the mainstream. Outside the sports-entertainment industry, the Rumble grabbed
    headlines because "Iron" Mike Tyson was there. The Baddest Man on the Planet -
    who admitted to being a loyal Stone Cold Steve Austin fan - was a guest of
    Shane
    McMahon that night. Tyson watched with excitement as his man won the Rumble
    that
    night and earned the right to take on Shawn Michaels at Wrestlemania XIV. The
    most important thing that night accomplished was establishing a relationship
    between Austin and Tyson, which over the next two months would dominate the
    World Wrestling Federation. The Texas Rattlesnake was all over the news the
    next
    day following his infamous attack on Tyson. The entire story truly made Stone
    Cold Steve Austin a household name.
        And if Mike Tyson was not enough to ensure that the 1998 event would attain
    legendary status, Kane was there for support. The Big Red Machine was still
    fairly new to the World Wrestling Federation and, up to that point, had not
    gotten the one thing he came for - a match with his older brother, The
    Undertaker. Kane had tried to do everything in his power to force his older
    brother to accept a match, but the Phenom would not give in. So Kane stepped up
    his efforts. While The Undertaker prepared for a Casket Match with Shawn
    Michaels, Kane and Paul Bearer created a devastating - but simple - strategy
    that would get The Undertaker in the ring. During the contest, Kane made his
    way
    to the ring and forced the Undertaker inside the casket. As if leading his
    brother to defeat was not enough, Kane locked the box and wheeled it to the top
    of the stage, where he and Bearer set it on fire! The show went off the air
    with
    the vision of the Undertaker burning inside his own casket!
        Stone Cold's victory at the Royal Rumble led to his first World Wrestling
    Federation Championship; a reality Vince McMahon never wanted to see. Months
    after the distinguished owner of the World Wrestling Federation ended Austin's
    run, he knew he had to throw a preventive roadblock in Stone Cold's way to
    avoid
    a Rumble repeat. Obsessed with making sure Austin did not earn the trip to
    Wrestlemania, McMahon entered himself in the Royal Rumble to make sure the job
    would get done right. No one thought McMahon would be good for anything in that
    event, other than giving Stone Cold's fist a soft place to land, that is. But
    Vince shocked the world! By strategically combining his superior mental acumen
    with his above-average physical prowess, the owner stole a victory from The
    Rattlesnake that night. Vince may have had a great deal of help from his
    Corporation employees, but the Federation record books (and millions of
    Federation fans) will always remember his stunning upset in Anahiem.
        Also in 1999, Mick Foley became even more of a hardcore legend. Competing
    in
    an I Quit match against The Rock, Foley was knocked unconscious from the number
    of chair shots he received. None of the shots - which came after he fell off a
    ledge and onto an exploding electrical table - could force Mick to utter the
    two
    words needed to stop the match. The People's Champion eventually picked up the
    victory, but only due to some technical tampering from Shane McMahon. Foley
    proved once again that there is no amount of punishment that he cannot sustain.
        And he tested that theory again the following year. This time in a New York
    City Street Fight with Triple H, Foley was nearly tortured. With no rules, the
    two Superstars got even more vicious than any one could have dreamed. Chairs,
    ring bells, sticks - they all got involved. But no inanimate object received
    more of an ovation than the thumbtacks Foley pulled out of his pants. It was
    just too bad that Mick was the one who walked out of Madison Square Garden with
    tacks stuck in his body - and no WWF Championship around his waist.
        Moments before Foley became a human pincushion, the world got a look at the
    man who may carry the hardcore legend's reckless style into the future - Jeff
    Hardy. To finish off the Dudley Boyz in the first ever Tag Team Table Match,
    Jeff entered the crowd and climbed up to the ledge that sits over the dressing
    room area. With D-Von positioned below him and screaming New Yorkers on either
    side of him, Jeff delivered his patented Swanton Bomb for the victory!
        But what would the Royal Rumble be without the People's Champion? The Rock
    completed his own Mission: Impossible by eliminating the Big Show for the
    victory. Knowing it was not very likely he could toss the 500-pound Show over
    the top, The Rock had to come up with a plan. Perhaps baiting the Big Show to
    run him out of the ring, The Rock was heading for the arena floor, but was able
    to hang on to the top rope and watch as Big Show followed him over.
        The Rock's performance in the 2000 Royal Rumble was just the last in a line
    of spectacular nights that started more than 12 years ago in Canada. Whether it
    has been due to Hacksaw Jim Duggan, Shawn Michaels, or The Hardy Boyz, the
    Royal
    Rumble has lived up to its expectations each year - and miraculously seems to
    be
    always getting better!
    
    
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    4.0      LIST OF CHARACTERS IN THE GAME
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    Al Snow
    Big Show
    Chris Jericho
    D'Lo Brown
    Edge
    The Godfather
    Jeff Hardy
    Kane
    Kurt Angle
    Mankind
    Matt Hardy
    Rikishi
    Road Dogg
    Shane McMahon
    Stone Cold Steve Austin
    Tazz
    The Rock
    Triple H
    Undertaker
    Vince McMahon
    X-Pac
    
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    5.0      CHARACTER GUIDES AND MOVE LISTS
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                                 BIOGRAPHY
                       ===============================
    There aren't many people that can make someone's blandness seem
    interesting. But Al Snow does exactly that with Steve Blackman! Al, who
    can never be called dull, is hoping that a little bit of his personality
    can run off on the extra bland Blackman. Despite a mastery of the
    martial arts, Steve has a problem showing signs of life and Snow is
    hoping to cure that by setting his buddy up on blind dates and even
    booking him to perform stand up routines at senior citizen homes.
    
    Sometimes lost in all of his antics is the fact that Snow remains one of
    the most talented Super Stars on the roster. He is that rare breed of
    athlete that can alter his game - hardcore, technical, marital arts - to
    fit just about anybody's style. And as far as his entertaining ability
    is concerned, if you can cause people to laugh at Blackman's antics (or
    lack thereof), you can do just about anything!
    
    
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                                 MOVE LIST
                       ===============================
    
    
    ===============================
    FACING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Al Snow Combo 1 - A
    Al Snow Combo 2 - A, A
    Al Snow Combo 3 - A, A, A
    Al Snow Combo 4 Blackout Blow - A, A, A, A
    Al Snow Combo 4 Punch - A, A, A, Toward and A
    Al Snow Combo 4 Spin - A, A, A, Away and A
    High Angle Body Slam - B, B
    Suplex - B, Up and B
    Hammer Punch - B, Down and B
    Face Rake - B, Left and B
    Headlock Punch - B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    BEHIND OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Al Snow Combo 4 Punch - A, A, A, A
    Al Snow Combo 4 Spin - A, A, A, Away and A
    Atomic Drop - B, B
    Reverse DDT - B, Up and B/B, Down and B
    Russian Leg Sweep - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT
    ===============================
    Guillotine Leg Drop - A
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE UP)
    ===============================
    Mounted Punch - B (Near Head)
    Elbow Drop to Leg Lock - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE DOWN)
    ===============================
    La Mahistral - B (Near Head)
    Texas Cloverleaf - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (SPECIAL ATTACK)
    ===============================
    Strong Guillotine Drop - R
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (FACING OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Uppercut - A
    Uppercut - R
    Choke Attack - B, B
    Jab and Shoulder Tackle - B, Up and B/B, Down and B
    Avalanche Suplex - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (BEHIND OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Uppercut - A
    Uppercut - R
    Avalanche Backdrop - B, B
    Avalanche Backdrop - B, Up and B/B, Right and B
    Turnbuckle Smash - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE ATTACKS
    ===============================
    Diving Clothesline - A
    Diving Shoulder Attack - B
    Strong Diving Clothesline - R
    
    ===============================
    STAGGERING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Uppercut - A (Facing)
    Power Bomb - B (Facing)
    German Suplex - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    GROGGY OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Uppercut - A (Facing)
    Continuous Head Butt - B (Facing)
    Reverse Suplex - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK
    ===============================
    Dash Clothesline - X and D-Pad, B
    Spear - X and D-Pad, B
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (FROM BEHIND)
    ===============================
    Face Crusher - X and D-Pad, B
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (OPPONENT ON MAT)
    ===============================
    Dash Guillotine Drop - X and D-Pad, A
    Strong Dash Guillotine Drop - X and D-Pad, R
    
    ===============================
    FINISHING MOVE
    ===============================
    Snow Plow - R
    
                       ===============================
                            PARTNER ATTACKS
                       ===============================
    
    ===============================
    GROUP A
    ===============================
    Suplex and Leg Lock - A and B
    Lariat - B and X
    Snow Plow - A and X
    
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    GROUP B
    ===============================
    Suplex and Leg Lock - A and B
    Head Attack - B and X
    Throw Item (Medium) - A and X
    
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    GROUP C
    ===============================
    Throw and Middle Kick - A and B
    Continual Attack - B and X
    Taunt Al Snow - A and X
    
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                       ===============================
                                 BIOGRAPHY
                       ===============================
    How does a 7'4', 500 pound man have to dress and act? Well, any way he
    wants to, of course! With on year of World Wrestling Federation under
    his belt, the Big Show decided it was time to stop playing games and
    just be himself! Excluding the charming personality that won him rave
    reviews in a number of movie and television roles, Show has been winning
    over legions of Federation fans with his portrayals of characters such
    as Showkishi and the Showster.
    
    Even though the 2000 Royal Rumble was his first, the Big Show played a
    major part. Looking to pick up the victory, Big Show tossed The Rock
    over the top, but The People's Champion amazingly hung him over the rope
    and watched as Big Show's momentum carried him over. Controversy rose,
    however. Big Show claimed The Rock's feet touched the floor - and
    apparently he had pictures to prove it! Both men eventually carried the
    grand prize - the right to challenge for the World Wrestling Federation
    Championship at Wrestlemania!
    
                       ===============================
                                 MOVE LIST
                       ===============================
    
    
    ===============================
    FACING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Big Show Combo 1 - A
    Big Show Combo 2 - A, A
    Big Show Combo 3 - A, A, A
    Big Show Combo 4 Blackout Blow - A, A, A, A
    Big Show Combo 4 Punch - A, A, A, Toward and A
    Big Show Combo 4 Spin - A, A, A, Away and A
    High Angle Body Slam  - B, B
    Choke Toss - B, Up and B
    Power Bomb - B, Down and B
    Head Butt - B, Left and B
    Bear Hug - B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    BEHIND OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Big Show Combo 4 Punch - A, A, A, A
    Big Show Combo 4 Spin - A, A, A, Away and A
    Atomic Drop - B, B
    Russian Leg Sweep - B, Up and B/B, Down and B
    Sleeper Hold - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT
    ===============================
    Stomping - A
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE UP)
    ===============================
    Mounted Punch - B (Near Head)
    Groin Kick - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE DOWN)
    ===============================
    Camel Clutch - B (Near Head)
    Knee Smash - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (SPECIAL ATTACK)
    ===============================
    Strong Stomping  - R
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (FACING OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Front Kick - A
    Strong Front Kick - R
    Choke Attack - B, B
    Shoulder Thrusts - B, Up and B/B, Down and B
    Foot Chokes - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (BEHIND OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Front Kick - A
    Strong Front Kick - R
    Avalanche Backdrop - B, B
    Avalanche Backdrop - B, Up and B/B, Right and B
    Turnbuckle Smash - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE ATTACKS
    ===============================
    Diving Clothesline - A
    Double Axe Hammer - B
    Strong Double Axe Hammer - R
    
    ===============================
    STAGGERING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Club to Neck - A (Facing)
    Gorilla Press Drop - B (Facing)
    Full Nelson Slam - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    GROGGY OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Club to Neck - A (Facing)
    Gorilla Press Slam - B (Facing)
    Reverse Suplex - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK
    ===============================
    Shoulder Block - X and D-Pad, B
    Swinging Neckbreaker - X and D-Pad, B
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (FROM BEHIND)
    ===============================
    Bulldog - X and D-Pad, B
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (OPPONENT ON MAT)
    ===============================
    Dash Stomping - X and D-Pad, A
    Strong Dash Stomping - X and D-Pad, R
    
    ===============================
    FINISHING MOVE
    ===============================
    Show Stopper - R
    
                       ===============================
                            PARTNER ATTACKS
                       ===============================
    
    ===============================
    GROUP A
    ===============================
    Head Butt and Elbow Drop - A and B
    Diving Shoulder - B and X
    Show Stopper - A and X
    
    ===============================
    GROUP B
    ===============================
    Head Butt and Elbow Drop - A and B
    Continual Attack - B and X
    Pass Item (Large) - A and X
    
    ===============================
    GROUP C
    ===============================
    Head Punch and Elbow Drop - A and B
    Throw and Head Butt - B and X
    Taunt Big Show - A and X
    
    
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     \____|_| |_|_|  |_|___/  \___/ \___|_|  |_|\___|_| |_|\___/
    
    
                       ===============================
                                 BIOGRAPHY
                       ===============================
    When Chris Jericho first debuted on Raw is War, he promised to be the
    superhero the fans so desperately needed. Although no one was in the
    market for a savior, Y2J promised to play the role. And now he is really
    following through on that pledge as he has proved to be a major headache
    for the McMahon-Helmsley faction.
    
    Spending much of his time dissing Stephanie, Jericho found a way to
    become one of the powerful regime's most despised enemies. To further
    earn their rage, Y2J did the unthinkable and defeated Triple H for the
    World Wrestling Federation Championship. Thanks to the faction's
    influence, they had the decision reversed and Jericho's title reign
    (which lasted about 30 minutes) was wiped from the record books. As Y2J
    continues to gain momentum, both in and out of the ring, there is little
    question that he will one day win the World Wrestling Federation
    Championship - and the McMahon Helmsley Faction will have to live with
    it!
    
                       ===============================
                                 MOVE LIST
                       ===============================
    
    
    ===============================
    FACING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Chris Jericho Combo 1 - A
    Chris Jericho Combo 2 - A, A
    Chris Jericho Combo 3 - A, A, A
    Chris Jericho Combo 4 Blackout Blow - A, A, A, A
    Chris Jericho Combo 4 Punch - A, A, A, Toward and A
    Chris Jericho Combo 4 Spin - A, A, A, Away and A
    Snapmare - B, B
    Knee Lift Combo - B, Up and B
    DDT - B, Down and B
    Shoulder Arm Breaker - B, Left and B
    Jumping Arm Breaker - B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    BEHIND OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Chris Jericho Combo 4 Punch - A, A, A, A
    Chris Jericho Combo 4 Spin - A, A, A, Away and A
    Atomic Drop - B, B
    Reverse DDT - B, Up and B/B, Down and B
    Reverse Mat Pin - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT
    ===============================
    Stomping - A
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE UP)
    ===============================
    Sleeper Hold - B (Near Head)
    Groin Kick - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE DOWN)
    ===============================
    Camel Clutch - B (Near Head)
    Knee Smash - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (SPECIAL ATTACK)
    ===============================
    Walls of Jericho  - R
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (FACING OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Heel Kick - A
    Heel Kick - R
    Choke Attack - B, B
    Shoulder Thrusts - B, Up and B/B, Down and B
    Avalanche Suplex - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (BEHIND OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Spinning Back Kick - A
    Strong Spinning Back Kick - R
    Choke Attack - B, B
    Avalanche Suplex - B, Up and B/B, Right and B
    Shoulder Thrusts - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE ATTACKS
    ===============================
    Missile Dropkick - A
    Diving Shoulder Attack - B
    Strong Diving Kneel Kick - R
    
    ===============================
    STAGGERING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Spinning Back Kick - A (Facing)
    Power Bomb Pin - B (Facing)
    Dragon Suplex - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    GROGGY OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Knife Edge Chop - A (Facing)
    Double Underhook Backbreaker - B (Facing)
    Reverse Suplex - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK
    ===============================
    Dash Clothesline - X and D-Pad, B
    Swinging Neckbreaker - X and D-Pad, B
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (FROM BEHIND)
    ===============================
    Bulldog - X and D-Pad, B
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (OPPONENT ON MAT)
    ===============================
    Dash Guillotine Drop - X and D-Pad, A
    Strong Dash Guillotine Drop - X and D-Pad, R
    
    ===============================
    FINISHING MOVE
    ===============================
    Double Power Bomb - R
    
                       ===============================
                            PARTNER ATTACKS
                       ===============================
    
    ===============================
    GROUP A
    ===============================
    Double Punch - A and B
    Lariat - B and X
    Double Power Bomb - A and X
    
    ===============================
    GROUP B
    ===============================
    Throw and Hurracanrana - A and B
    Running Leg Drop - B and X
    High Flying Moves - A and X
    
    ===============================
    GROUP C
    ===============================
    Double Punch - A and B
    Drop Kick and Rolling Clutch - B and X
    Taunt Chris Jericho - A and X
    
    
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    | |_| | | |__| (_) | | |_) | | | (_) \ V  V /| | | |
    |____/  |_____\___/  |____/|_|  \___/ \_/\_/ |_| |_|
    
    
                       ===============================
                                 BIOGRAPHY
                       ===============================
    Perhaps the word "potential" is used with D'Lo Brown more than any other
    Superstar. Everyone is certain D'Lo has all of the tools to be a major
    player in the World Wrestling Federation. But no one is sure when he
    will stop having potential and start delivering results.
    
    Convinced his tag team partners were holding him down, Brown betrayed
    his best buddy, The Godfather, and trashed his role as the Lil' Pimp.
    Although some questioned why Brown would want to get away from such fine
    looking women, no one questioned that he was better off on his own. With
    four healthy European Championship reigns on his resume, as well as a
    run as Intercontinental Champion, D'Lo Brown has proven in the past that
    he can get the job done, but can he do it again - and this time for
    good?
    
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                                 MOVE LIST
                       ===============================
    
    
    ===============================
    FACING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    D'Lo Combo 1 - A
    D'Lo Combo 2 - A, A
    D'Lo Combo 3 - A, A, A
    D'Lo Combo 4 Blackout Blow - A, A, A, A
    D'Lo Combo 4 Punch - A, A, A, Toward and A
    D'Lo Combo 4 Spin - A, A, A, Away and A
    High Angle Body Slam - B, B
    Piledriver - B, Up and B
    Pendulum Back Breaker - B, Down and B
    Side Buster - B, Left and B
    Headlock - B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    BEHIND OPPONENT
    ===============================
    D'Lo Combo 4 Punch - A, A, A, A
    D'Lo Combo 4 Spin - A, A, A, Away and A
    Atomic Drop - B, B
    Back Drop - B, Up and B/B, Down and B
    Sleeper Hold - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT
    ===============================
    Guillotine Drop - A
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE UP)
    ===============================
    Sleeper Hold - B (Near Head)
    Texas Cloverleaf - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE DOWN)
    ===============================
    Camel Clutch - B (Near Head)
    Knee Smash - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (SPECIAL ATTACK)
    ===============================
    D'Lo Drop  - R
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (FACING OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Heel Kick - A
    Heel Kick - R
    Choke Attack - B, B
    Shoulder Thrusts - B, Up and B/B, Down and B
    Avalanche Suplex - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (BEHIND OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Heel Kick - A
    Heel Kick - R
    Avalanche Backdrop - B, B
    Avalanche Backdrop - B, Up and B/B, Right and B
    Turnbuckle Smash - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE ATTACKS
    ===============================
    Moonsault Press - A
    Diving Shoulder Attack - B
    The Lo Down - R
    
    ===============================
    STAGGERING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Heel Kick - A (Facing)
    Twirl a Whirl Sideslam - B (Facing)
    Dragon Suplex - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    GROGGY OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Heel Kick - A (Facing)
    Sky High - B (Facing)
    Back Drop - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK
    ===============================
    Dash Clothesline - X and D-Pad, B
    Spear - X and D-Pad, B
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (FROM BEHIND)
    ===============================
    Bulldog - X and D-Pad, B
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (OPPONENT ON MAT)
    ===============================
    Dash Guillotine Drop - X and D-Pad, A
    Strong Dash Guillotine Drop - X and D-Pad, R
    
    ===============================
    FINISHING MOVE
    ===============================
    Running Power Bomb - R
    
                       ===============================
                            PARTNER ATTACKS
                       ===============================
    
    ===============================
    GROUP A
    ===============================
    Double Face Crusher - A and B
    Lariat - B and X
    The Lo Down - A and X
    
    ===============================
    GROUP B
    ===============================
    Throw and Sky High - A and B
    Jumping Calf Attack - B and X
    Throw Item (Medium) - A and X
    
    ===============================
    GROUP C
    ===============================
    Throw and Sky High - A and B
    Double Lariat - B and X
    Taunt D'Lo Brown - A and X
    
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                       ===============================
                                 BIOGRAPHY
                       ===============================
    We should be so lucky that all of our matinee idols could be as
    accommodating to their fans as Edge. Thanks in part to his flowing
    blonde hair and sculpted smile, Edge (along with his partner and brother
    Christian) has attracted millions of female fans around the world. To
    his credit, Edge has embraced his fame.
    
    Rather than live like a hermit, forcing the paparazzi to follow him
    around in hopes of getting one picture, Edge puts himself out there to
    benefit those with flash photography. He even goes a step further! To
    make sure every fan feels special, Edge spends much of his off time
    working with Christian to develop new poses that are specific to a town
    or geographic region. So get those cameras, folks!
    
    
                       ===============================
                                 MOVE LIST
                       ===============================
    
    
    ===============================
    FACING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Edge Combo 1 - A
    Edge Combo 2 - A, A
    Edge Combo 3 - A, A, A
    Edge Combo 4 Blackout Blow - A, A, A, A
    Edge Combo 4 Punch - A, A, A, Toward and A
    Edge Combo 4 Spin - A, A, A, Away and A
    Snapmare - B, B
    Hammer Punch - B, Up and B
    Suplex - B, Down and B
    Shoulder Arm Breaker - B, Left and B
    Side Buster - B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    BEHIND OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Edge Combo 4 Punch - A, A, A, A
    Edge Combo 4 Spin - A, A, A, Away and A
    School Boy - B, B
    Electric Chair Drop - B, Up and B/B, Down and B
    Dragon Sleeper - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT
    ===============================
    Stomping - A
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE UP)
    ===============================
    Sleeper Hold (Falling) - B (Near Head)
    Pin With Bridge - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE DOWN)
    ===============================
    La Mahistral Cradle - B (Near Head)
    Knee Smash - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (SPECIAL ATTACK)
    ===============================
    Strong Stomping - R
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (FACING OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Drop Kick - A
    Drop Kick - R
    Choke Attack - B, B
    Shoulder Thrusts - B, Up and B/B, Down and B
    Avalanche Suplex - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (BEHIND OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Drop Kick - A
    Drop Kick - R
    Avalanche Backdrop - B, B
    Avalanche Backdrop - B, Up and B/B, Right and B
    Turnbuckle Smash - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE ATTACKS
    ===============================
    Missile Drop Kick - A
    Diving Shoulder Attack - B
    Strong Diving Clothesline - R
    
    ===============================
    STAGGERING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Drop Kick - A (Facing)
    Spinning Back Drop - B (Facing)
    School Boy - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    GROGGY OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Drop Kick - A (Facing)
    Front Suplex - B (Facing)
    Reverse Suplex - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK
    ===============================
    Shoulder Attack - X and D-Pad, B
    Spear - X and D-Pad, B
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (FROM BEHIND)
    ===============================
    Face Crusher - X and D-Pad, B
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (OPPONENT ON MAT)
    ===============================
    Dash Guillotine Drop - X and D-Pad, A
    Strong Dash Guillotine Drop - X and D-Pad, R
    
    ===============================
    FINISHING MOVE
    ===============================
    Downward Spiral - R
    
                       ===============================
                            PARTNER ATTACKS
                       ===============================
    
    ===============================
    GROUP A
    ===============================
    Drop Kick and Rolling Clutch - A and B
    Spinning Wheel Kick - B and X
    Downward Spiral - A and X
    
    ===============================
    GROUP B
    ===============================
    Double Leg Drop - A and B
    On All Fours and Spear - B and X
    Throw Item (Large) - A and X
    
    ===============================
    GROUP C
    ===============================
    Drop Kick and Rolling Clutch - A and B
    On All Fours and Spear - B and X
    Taunt Edge - A and X
    
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      | | | | | |  __/ | |_| | (_) | (_| |  _| (_| | |_| | | |  __/ |
      |_| |_| |_|\___|  \____|\___/ \__,_|_|  \__,_|\__|_| |_|\___|_|
    
    
    
                       ===============================
                                 BIOGRAPHY
                       ===============================
    Although it ain't easy, he knows he ain't the only one up in this joint! We are
    fairly certain that The Godfather isn't saying that there are business
    competitors of his out in the audience, but that he is confident that there are
    other people present who enjoy having a good time in the company of some fine
    looking 'hos!
    
    The Godfather's ever-present ladies have helped him shoot up the Federation
    ladder with authority. They distract opponents, and the fringe benefits the
    ladies provide have surely helped their mack daddy recruit a number of talented
    allies - Val Venis, D'Lo Brown, and Dean Malenko most notably. Although the man
    from the Red Light District has yet to hold Tag Team gold with any of his
    fellow
    playas, few can imagine his drought will last long.
    
                       ===============================
                                 MOVE LIST
                       ===============================
    
    
    ===============================
    FACING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Godfather Combo 1 - A
    Godfather Combo 2 - A, A
    Godfather Combo 3 - A, A, A
    Godfather Combo 4 Blackout Blow - A, A, A, A
    Godfather Combo 4 Punch - A, A, A, Toward and A
    Godfather Combo 4 Spin - A, A, A, Away and A
    High Angle Body Slam - B, B
    Suplex - B, Up and B
    Stomach Crusher - B, Down and B
    Arm Twist - B, Left and B
    Headlock Punch - B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    BEHIND OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Godfather Combo 4 Punch - A, A, A, A
    Godfather Combo 4 Spin - A, A, A, Away and A
    School Boy - B, B
    Russian Leg Sweep - B, Up and B
    Russian Leg Sweep - B, Down and B
    Chickenwing Pin - B, Left and B
    Chickenwing Pin - B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT
    ===============================
    Guillotine Leg Drop - A
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE UP)
    ===============================
    Key Lock - B (Near Head)
    Groin Kick - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE DOWN)
    ===============================
    Camel Clutch - B (Near Head)
    Knee Smash - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (SPECIAL ATTACK)
    ===============================
    Strong Guillotine Drop - R
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (FACING OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Side Kick - A
    Side Kick - R
    Choke Attack - B, B
    Shoulder Thrusts - B, Up and B/B, Down and B
    Avalanche Suplex - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (BEHIND OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Side Kick - A
    Side Kick - R
    Avalanche Backdrop - B, B
    Avalanche Backdrop - B, Up and B/B, Right and B
    Turnbuckle Slam - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE ATTACKS
    ===============================
    Missile Dropkick - A
    Diving Shoulder Attack - B
    Strong Double Axe Hammer - R
    
    ===============================
    STAGGERING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Side Kick - A (Facing)
    Choke Throw - B (Facing)
    German Suplex Pin - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    GROGGY OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Clothesline - A (Facing)
    Power Bomb - B (Facing)
    Reverse DDT - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK
    ===============================
    Shoulder Tackle - X and D-Pad, B
    Swinging Neckbreaker - X and D-Pad, B
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (FROM BEHIND)
    ===============================
    Bulldog - X and D-Pad, B
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (OPPONENT ON MAT)
    ===============================
    Dash Guillotine Drop - X and D-Pad, A
    Strong Dash Guillotine Drop - X and D-Pad, R
    
    ===============================
    FINISHING MOVE
    ===============================
    Pimp Drop - R
    
                       ===============================
                            PARTNER ATTACKS
                       ===============================
    
    ===============================
    GROUP A
    ===============================
    Arm Wrench and Side Kick - A and B
    Continual Attack - B and X
    Pimp Drop - A and X
    
    ===============================
    GROUP B
    ===============================
    Arm Wrench and Side Kick - A and B
    Ho Train Attack - B and X
    Throw Item (Medium) - A and X
    
    ===============================
    GROUP C
    ===============================
    Toss and Side Slam - A and B
    Ho Train Attack - B and X
    Taunt Godfather - A and X
    
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                       ===============================
                                 BIOGRAPHY
                       ===============================
    Jeff Hardy is one of those athletes you have to pay attention to at all times.
    When he is competing, you can not take a bathroom break, you can not talk on
    the
    phone, you can not even afford to blink for too long because you might miss
    something spectacular. He is that amazing. Drawing comparisons to a young Shawn
    Michaels, Jeff moves around in the ring - and in the air - at a pace few can
    even comprehend. In addition to his ability, Jeff possesses a daredevil
    instinct
    that allows him to execute maneuvers most men would not even attempt in their
    dreams.
    
    If Jeff's performance in the No Mercy Ladder Match (October 1999) put him on
    the
    map, what he did at the 2000 Royal Rumble made him a legend before he turned
    25.
    In a tag team ladder match with The Dudley Boyz at the sold out Madison Square
    Garden, Jeff earned the victory for the Hardy Boyz when he sent D-Von through a
    table with a swanton bomb off the ledge over the entryway! What will he do for
    an encore at the 2001 Royal Rumble?
    
    
                       ===============================
                                 MOVE LIST
                       ===============================
    
    
    ===============================
    FACING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Jeff Hardy Combo 1 - A
    Jeff Hardy Combo 2 - A, A
    Jeff Hardy Combo 3 - A, A, A
    Jeff Hardy Combo 4 Blackout Blow - A, A, A, A
    Jeff Hardy Combo 4 Punch - A, A, A, Toward and A
    Jeff Hardy Combo 4 Spin - A, A, A, Away and A
    Body Slam - B, B
    Suplex - B, Up and B
    Body Slam - B, Down and B
    Arm Twist - B, Left and B
    Manhattan Drop - B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    BEHIND OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Jeff Hardy Combo 4 Punch - A, A, A, A
    Jeff Hardy Combo 4 Spin - A, A, A, Away and A
    Abdominal Stretch - B, B
    Back Drop - B, Up and B/B, Down and B
    Dragon Sleeper - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT
    ===============================
    Sunset Flip - A
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE UP)
    ===============================
    Mounted Punch - B (Near Head)
    Pin With Bridge - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE DOWN)
    ===============================
    Camel Clutch - B (Near Head)
    Knee Smash - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (SPECIAL ATTACK)
    ===============================
    Strong Sunset Flip - R
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (FACING OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Elbow Smash - A
    Elbow Smash - R
    10 Count Punch - B, B
    Avalanche Suplex - B, Up and B/B, Down and B
    Tornado DDT - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (BEHIND OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Elbow Smash - A
    Elbow Smash - R
    Avalanche Backdrop - B, B
    Avalanche Backdrop - B, Up and B/B, Right and B
    Turnbuckle Smash - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE ATTACKS
    ===============================
    The 450 - A
    Shooting Star Press - B
    Swanton Bomb - R
    
    ===============================
    STAGGERING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Clothesline - A (Facing)
    Chicken Wing Suplex - B (Facing)
    School Boy - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    GROGGY OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Clothesline - A (Facing)
    DDT - B (Facing)
    Back Drop - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK
    ===============================
    Dash Clothesline - X and D-Pad, B
    Head Scissors Takedown - X and D-Pad, B
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (FROM BEHIND)
    ===============================
    Bulldog - X and D-Pad, B
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (OPPONENT ON MAT)
    ===============================
    Dash Guillotine Drop - X and D-Pad, A
    Strong Dash Guillotine Drop - X and D-Pad, R
    
    ===============================
    FINISHING MOVE
    ===============================
    Frankensteiner - R
    
                       ===============================
                            PARTNER ATTACKS
                       ===============================
    
    ===============================
    GROUP A
    ===============================
    DDT and Flip Smash - A and B
    Spinning Wheel Kick - B and X
    Swanton Bomb - A and X
    
    ===============================
    GROUP B
    ===============================
    DDT and Flip Smash - A and B
    On All Fours and Wheel Kick - B and X
    Throw Item (Medium) - A and X
    
    ===============================
    GROUP C
    ===============================
    Drop Kick and Rolling Clutch - A and B
    On All Fours and Wheel Kick - B and X
    Pin Interrupt - A and X
    
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                       ===============================
                                 BIOGRAPHY
                       ===============================
    It is curious to imagine how a lesser man would react if he were put in Kane's
    place. The Big Red Machine was burnt as a child by his big brother, told that
    Paul Bearer was his dad, and betrayed by his former best friend (X-Pac) and the
    woman he thought he was in love with (Tori). Unfortunately for Kane, he is the
    man who must endure all of this.
    
    Kane tried to channel his anger by exacting revenge on his brother, The
    Undertaker, and going an eye for an eye. At the 1998 Royal Rumble, Kane
    provided
    one of the most spectacular moments that fans have ever witnessed when he
    locked
    his older brother inside a casket and set it on fire!
    
                       ===============================
                                 MOVE LIST
                       ===============================
    
    
    ===============================
    FACING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Toe Kick - A
    Hell Strike - A, A
    Hell Strike - A, A, A
    Kane Combo 4 Blackout Blow - A, A, A, A
    Kick Sweep Sever Medulla Oblongata - A, A, A, Toward and A
    Kane Combo 4 Spin - A, A, A, Away and A
    High Angle Body Slam  - B, B
    Choke Hold - B, Up and B
    Stomach Crusher - B, Down and B
    Side Slam - B, Left and B
    Manhattan Drop - B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    BEHIND OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Kane Combo 4 Punch - A, A, A, A
    Kane Combo 4 Spin - A, A, A, Away and A
    Atomic Drop - B, B
    Reverse DDT - B, Up and B/B, Down and B
    Face Crusher - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT
    ===============================
    Stomping - A
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE UP)
    ===============================
    Darkness Choke - B (Near Head)
    Elbow Drop to Leg Lock - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE DOWN)
    ===============================
    Camel Clutch - B (Near Head)
    Knee Smash - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (SPECIAL ATTACK)
    ===============================
    Lift Up and Choke Slam  - R
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (FACING OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Uppercut - A
    Super Uppercut - R
    Choke Attack - B, B
    Avalanche Suplex - B, Up and B/B, Down and B
    Choke Hold - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (BEHIND OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Uppercut - A
    Super Uppercut - R
    Avalanche Backdrop - B, B
    Avalanche Backdrop - B, Up and B/B, Right and B
    Turnbuckle Smash - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE ATTACKS
    ===============================
    Diving Clothesline - A
    Double Axe Hammer - B
    Strong Diving Clothesline - R
    
    ===============================
    STAGGERING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Big Boot to the Face - A (Facing)
    Argentine Back Breaker - B (Facing)
    School Boy - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    GROGGY OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Uppercut - A (Facing)
    Knee Buster - B (Facing)
    Full Nelson Slam - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK
    ===============================
    Dash Clothesline - X and D-Pad, B
    Swinging Neckbreaker - X and D-Pad, B
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (FROM BEHIND)
    ===============================
    Bulldog - X and D-Pad, B
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (OPPONENT ON MAT)
    ===============================
    Dash Guillotine Drop - X and D-Pad, A
    Strong Dash Guillotine Drop - X and D-Pad, R
    
    ===============================
    FINISHING MOVE
    ===============================
    Choke Slam - R
    
                       ===============================
                            PARTNER ATTACKS
                       ===============================
    
    ===============================
    GROUP A
    ===============================
    Double Suplex - A and B
    Lariat - B and X
    Choke Slam - A and X
    
    ===============================
    GROUP B
    ===============================
    Throw and Big Boot - A and B
    Lariat - B and X
    Throw Item (Large) - A and X
    
    ===============================
    GROUP C
    ===============================
    Dash Elbow - A and B
    Double Diving Lariat - B and X
    Double Lariat - A and X
    
    
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                       ===============================
                                 BIOGRAPHY
                       ===============================
    For most men, entering the World Wrestling Federation with impeccable
    credentials might make it difficult to fully live up to expectations. But not
    for your Olympic Hero! In a few short months, Angle has accomplished feats that
    veterans of five years are still striving for. Already a former
    Intercontinental
    and European Champion, Angle has found his way simply by diligently sticking to
    his Three I's - Integrity, Intensity, and Intelligence.
    
    One thing that Angle is still trying to figure out about the World Wrestling
    Federation, though, is what motivates people to boo their Olympic Hero. Angle's
    dedication and habit for speaking his mind have not endeared him to many
    Federation fans. Angle has earned one very special fan, however - Stephanie
    McMahon Helmsley. Stephanie's flirtatious attitude towards Kurt does not sit
    well with her husband, Triple H. At the 2000 Royal Rumble, The Game exacted a
    bit of revenge on the Olympic Hero by setting him up in a match against a
    mystery opponent who turned out to be Tazz!
    
    
                       ===============================
                                 MOVE LIST
                       ===============================
    
    
    ===============================
    FACING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Kurt Angle Combo 1 - A
    Kurt Angle Combo 2 - A, A
    Kurt Angle Combo 3 - A, A, A
    Kurt Angle Combo 4 Blackout Blow - A, A, A, A
    Kurt Angle Combo 4 Punch - A, A, A, Toward and A
    Kurt Angle Combo 4 Spin - A, A, A, Away and A
    Body Slam  - B, B
    Suplex - B, Up and B
    Fireman's Carry - B, Down and B
    Hip Throw - B, Left and B
    Head Lock - B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    BEHIND OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Kurt Angle Combo 4 Punch - A, A, A, A
    Kurt Angle Combo 4 Spin - A, A, A, Away and A
    Bulldog - B, B
    Belly to Back Suplex - B, Up and B/B, Down and B
    Sleeper Hold - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT
    ===============================
    Stomping - A
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE UP)
    ===============================
    Arm Bar - B (Near Head)
    Elbow Drop to Leg Lock - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE DOWN)
    ===============================
    La Mahistral - B (Near Head)
    Knee Smash - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (SPECIAL ATTACK)
    ===============================
    Chicken Wing Face Lock  - R
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (FACING OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Clothesline - A
    Clothesline - R
    Foot Choke - B, B
    Shoulder Thrusts - B, Up and B/B, Down and B
    Avalanche Suplex - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (BEHIND OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Clothesline - A
    Clothesline - R
    Avalanche Backdrop - B, B
    Avalanche Backdrop - B, Up and B/B, Right and B
    Turnbuckle Smash - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE ATTACKS
    ===============================
    Moonsault Press - A
    Diving Shoulder Block - B
    Strong Moonsault Press - R
    
    ===============================
    STAGGERING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Drop Kick - A (Facing)
    Small Package Press - B (Facing)
    German Suplex - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    GROGGY OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Drop Kick - A (Facing)
    Small Package Press - B (Facing)
    German Suplex - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK
    ===============================
    Dash Clothesline - X and D-Pad, B
    Swinging Neckbreaker - X and D-Pad, B
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (FROM BEHIND)
    ===============================
    Bulldog - X and D-Pad, B
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (OPPONENT ON MAT)
    ===============================
    Dash Guillotine Drop - X and D-Pad, A
    Strong Dash Guillotine Drop - X and D-Pad, R
    
    ===============================
    FINISHING MOVE
    ===============================
    Olympic Slam - R
    
                       ===============================
                            PARTNER ATTACKS
                       ===============================
    
    ===============================
    GROUP A
    ===============================
    Double Back Drop - A and B
    Cross Body Attack - B and X
    Olympic Slam - A and X
    
    ===============================
    GROUP B
    ===============================
    Double Back Drop - A and B
    Cross Body Attack - B and X
    Throw Item (Medium) - A and X
    
    ===============================
    GROUP C
    ===============================
    Throw and Power Slam - A and B
    Cross Body Attack - B and X
    Taunt Kurt Angle - A and X
    
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                       ===============================
                                 BIOGRAPHY
                       ===============================
    Now that Mick Foley is no longer actively competing in the World Wrestling
    Federation, we can only appreciate him through his countless hours of highlight
    footage he provided us during his career as Mankind. If you took all that
    footage and produced a mini-series, the most compelling parts may be his Royal
    Rumbles.
    
    Foley's performance in his I Quit match with The Rock at the 1999 Royal Rumble
    will never be forgotten. The two rivals exhausted themselves emotionally and
    physically with a match that moved all around the Arrow Head Pond of Anahiem.
    Foley was knocked out cold because of the number of chair shots he received,
    and
    he lost the match due to some technical trickery from The Rock and Shane
    McMahon. In what would prove to be his final Royal Rumble appearance, Foley
    thought he had the advantage going into a New York City Street Fight with World
    Wrestling Federation Champion Triple H in the 2000 event. With no rules to hold
    him back, Mick could use any tactics he could think of during the contest.
    However, Triple H was able to match his opponent thumbtack for thumbtack and
    when it was all over, Foley came out on the losing end.
    
    
                       ===============================
                                 MOVE LIST
                       ===============================
    
    
    ===============================
    FACING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Mankind Combo 1 - A
    Mankind Combo 2 - A, A
    Mankind Combo 3 - A, A, A
    Mankind Combo 4 Blackout Blow - A, A, A, A
    Mankind Combo 4 Punch - A, A, A, Toward and A
    Mankind Combo 4 Spin - A, A, A, Away and A
    Body Slam  - B, B
    Suplex - B, Up and B
    Head Butt - B, Down and B
    Dragon Screw - B, Left and B
    Manhattan Drop - B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    BEHIND OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Mankind Combo 4 Punch - A, A, A, A
    Mankind Combo 4 Spin - A, A, A, Away and A
    School Boy - B, B
    Reverse DDT - B, Up and B/B, Down and B
    Bulldog - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT
    ===============================
    Elbow Drop - A
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE UP)
    ===============================
    Mounted Punch - B (Near Head)
    Groin Kick - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE DOWN)
    ===============================
    Camel Clutch - B (Near Head)
    Knee Smash - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (SPECIAL ATTACK)
    ===============================
    Strong Elbow Drop - R
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (FACING OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Slap - A
    Slap - R
    10 Count Punch - B, B
    Shoulder Thrusts - B, Up and B/B, Down and B
    Avalanche Suplex - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (BEHIND OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Slap - A
    Slap - R
    Avalanche Backdrop - B, B
    Avalanche Backdrop - B, Up and B/B, Right and B
    Turnbuckle Smash - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE ATTACKS
    ===============================
    Diving Clothesline - A
    Diving Shoulder Attack - B
    Strong Diving Clothesline - R
    
    ===============================
    STAGGERING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Elbow Smash - A (Facing)
    Double Arm DDT - B (Facing)
    Reverse DDT - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    GROGGY OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Elbow Smash - A (Facing)
    Double Arm DDT - B (Facing)
    Reverse DDT - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK
    ===============================
    Dash Clothesline - X and D-Pad, B
    Swinging Neckbreaker - X and D-Pad, B
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (FROM BEHIND)
    ===============================
    Bulldog - X and D-Pad, B
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (OPPONENT ON MAT)
    ===============================
    Dash Elbow Drop - X and D-Pad, A
    Strong Dash Elbow Drop - X and D-Pad, R
    
    ===============================
    FINISHING MOVE
    ===============================
    Mandible Claw with Socko - R
    
                       ===============================
                            PARTNER ATTACKS
                       ===============================
    
    ===============================
    GROUP A
    ===============================
    Low Blow and Knee Kick - A and B
    Lariat - B and X
    Mandible Claw - A and X
    
    ===============================
    GROUP B
    ===============================
    Low Blow and Knee Kick - A and B
    Trash Can Attack - B and X
    Throw Item - A and X
    
    ===============================
    GROUP C
    ===============================
    Throw and Low Blow - A and B
    Trash Can Attack - B and X
    Pin Interrupt - A and X
    
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                       ===============================
                                 BIOGRAPHY
                       ===============================
    Matt Hardy has been forced to mature much quicker than your average World
    Wrestling Federation rookie. Aside from being one of the most talented
    Superstars on the roster, Matt also serves as the elder statesman for the most
    athletic tag team to come along in years. As the elder of the two Hardy Boyz,
    Matt is the one who takes the lead in the locker room.
    
    If you use the 2000 Royal Rumble as a measuring stick, you will see how much of
    an impact Matt has had on the Hardy Boyz' success. As the leader, he made sure
    that the two brothers were able to perform despite being in the world's most
    famous arena, Madison Square Garden. And when it came time to perform, he made
    sure everyone got their money's worth. Matt set up a ladder and placed Buh Buh
    Ray Dudley on a table outside the ring. As you can guess, that table didn't
    stay
    in one piece for too long!
    
    
                       ===============================
                                 MOVE LIST
                       ===============================
    
    
    ===============================
    FACING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Matt Hardy Combo 1 - A
    Matt Hardy Combo 2 - A, A
    Matt Hardy Combo 3 - A, A, A
    Matt Hardy Combo 4 Blackout Blow - A, A, A, A
    Matt Hardy Combo 4 Punch - A, A, A, Toward and A
    Matt Hardy Combo 4 Spin - A, A, A, Away and A
    Body Slam - B, B
    Suplex - B, Up and B
    DDT - B, Down and B
    Neck Breaker - B, Left and B
    Manhattan Drop - B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    BEHIND OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Matt Hardy Combo 4 Punch - A, A, A, A
    Matt Hardy Combo 4 Spin - A, A, A, Away and A
    Atomic Drop - B, B
    Back Drop - B, Up and B/B, Down and B
    Russian Leg Sweep - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT
    ===============================
    Guillotine Drop - A
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE UP)
    ===============================
    Sleeper Hold - B (Near Head)
    Pin With Bridge - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE DOWN)
    ===============================
    Camel Clutch - B (Near Head)
    Knee Smash - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (SPECIAL ATTACK)
    ===============================
    Strong Guillotine Drop - R
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (FACING OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Elbow Smash - A
    Elbow Smash - R
    10 Count Punch - B, B
    Avalanche Suplex - B, Up and B/B, Down and B
    Swing DDT - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (BEHIND OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Elbow Smash - A
    Elbow Smash - R
    Avalanche Backdrop - B, B
    Avalanche Backdrop - B, Up and B/B, Right and B
    Crucifix Super Power Bomb - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE ATTACKS
    ===============================
    Moonsault Press - A
    Guillotine Drop - B
    Strong Guillotine Drop - R
    
    ===============================
    STAGGERING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Elbow Smash - A (Facing)
    Fisherman Suplex - B (Facing)
    Tiger Suplex - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    GROGGY OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Elbow Smash - A (Facing)
    Double Arm Suplex - B (Facing)
    Sleeper Hold DDT - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK
    ===============================
    Dash Clothesline - X and D-Pad, B
    Swinging Neck Breaker - X and D-Pad, B
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (FROM BEHIND)
    ===============================
    Bulldog - X and D-Pad, B
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (OPPONENT ON MAT)
    ===============================
    Dash Guillotine Drop - X and D-Pad, A
    Strong Dash Guillotine Drop - X and D-Pad, R
    
    ===============================
    FINISHING MOVE
    ===============================
    Twist of Fate - R
    
                       ===============================
                            PARTNER ATTACKS
                       ===============================
    
    ===============================
    GROUP A
    ===============================
    Double Leg Drop - A and B
    High Flying Moves - B and X
    Twister (Twist of Fate) - A and X
    
    ===============================
    GROUP B
    ===============================
    Double Face Crusher - A and B
    High Flying Moves - B and X
    Throw Item (Medium) - A and X
    
    ===============================
    GROUP C
    ===============================
    Double Leg Drop - A and B
    Drop Kick and Rolling Clutch - B and X
    Pin Interrupt - A and X
    
    
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    |  _ \(_) | _(_)___| |__ (_) |  _ \| |__   __ _| |_ _   _
    | |_) | | |/ / / __| '_ \| | | |_) | '_ \ / _` | __| | | |
    |  _ <| |   <| \__ \ | | | | |  __/| | | | (_| | |_| |_| |
    |_| \_\_|_|\_\_|___/_| |_|_| |_|   |_| |_|\__,_|\__|\__,_|
    
    
                       ===============================
                                 BIOGRAPHY
                       ===============================
    Perhaps Jennifer Lopez should pay more attention to Rikishi. Thanks to the big
    Samoan, Lopez is no longer the owner of the most talked about backside in the
    entertainment industry. There is no need to argue which is more pleasing to the
    eye, but for some reason, Rikishi's rump is more in demand these days. With a
    punishing mat game that centers on the previously mentioned gluteus maximus,
    Rikishi has been picking up victories ever since his emergence in the
    Federation.
    
    Despite his impressive record and unique style, it is unlikely that Rikishi's
    derriere would be as wildly popular as it without his two running buddies,
    Scotty 2 Hotty and Grandmaster Sexay. The trio's dancing sends sold-out crowds
    everywhere into a frenzy. And Madison Square garden is no different. The arena
    that hosted the 2000 Royal Rumble exploded with excitement when the three of
    them got stuck in the ring together. Although it is every man for himself, the
    three homies just could not resist cutting some rug for the New Yorkers. After
    this unforgettable highlight, Rikishi tossed his two smaller buddies over the
    ropes and got down to business.
    
    
                       ===============================
                                 MOVE LIST
                       ===============================
    
    
    ===============================
    FACING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Rikishi Combo 1 - A
    Rikishi Combo 2 - A, A
    Rikishi Combo 3 - A, A, A
    Rikishi Combo 4 Blackout Blow - A, A, A, A
    Rikishi Combo 4 Punch - A, A, A, Toward and A
    Rikishi Combo 4 Spin - A, A, A, Away and A
    High Angle Body Slam - B, B
    Pile Driver - B, Up and B
    Stomach Crusher - B, Down and B
    Head Butt - B, Left and B
    Side Buster - B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    BEHIND OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Riksihi Combo 4 Punch - A, A, A, A
    Rikishi Combo 4 Spin - A, A, A, Away and A
    Bulldog - B, B
    Rikishi's Low Blow - B, Up and B/B, Down and B
    Sleeper Hold - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT
    ===============================
    Stomping - A
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE UP)
    ===============================
    Stink Face Drop - B (Near Head)
    Groin Kick - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE DOWN)
    ===============================
    Camel Clutch - B (Near Head)
    Knee Smash - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (SPECIAL ATTACK)
    ===============================
    Strong Guillotine Drop - R
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (FACING OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Throat Thrust - A
    Throat Thrust - R
    Foot Choke - B, B
    Shoulder Tackle - B, Up and B/B, Down and B
    Stink Face - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (BEHIND OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Throat Thrust - A
    Throat Thrust - R
    Avalanche Backdrop - B, B
    Avalanche Backdrop - B, Up and B/B, Right and B
    Turnbuckle Smash - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE ATTACKS
    ===============================
    Bonzai Drop - A
    Double Axe Hammer - B
    Strong Bonzai Drop - R
    
    ===============================
    STAGGERING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Throat Thrust - A (Facing)
    Power Slam - B (Facing)
    Full Nelson Slam - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    GROGGY OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Throat Thrust - A (Facing)
    Toss Neck Breaker - B (Facing)
    Reverse DDT - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK
    ===============================
    Dash Clothesline - X and D-Pad, B
    Swinging Neck Breaker - X and D-Pad, B
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (FROM BEHIND)
    ===============================
    Bulldog - X and D-Pad, B
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (OPPONENT ON MAT)
    ===============================
    Dash Guillotine Drop - X and D-Pad, A
    Strong Dash Guillotine Drop - X and D-Pad, R
    
    ===============================
    FINISHING MOVE
    ===============================
    Rikishi Driver - R
    
                       ===============================
                            PARTNER ATTACKS
                       ===============================
    
    ===============================
    GROUP A
    ===============================
    Double Team Face Buster - A and B
    High Flying Moves - B and X
    Rikishi Driver - A and X
    
    ===============================
    GROUP B
    ===============================
    Double Team Face Buster - A and B
    Diving Shoulder - B and X
    Throw Item (Large) - A and X
    
    ===============================
    GROUP C
    ===============================
    Hammer Throw: Head Butt Attack - A and B
    Weapon Attack (Drum Can) - B and X
    Toe Curl Dance - A and X
    
    
    
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    |  _ \ ___   __ _  __| | |  _ \  ___   __ _  __ _
    | |_) / _ \ / _` |/ _` | | | | |/ _ \ / _` |/ _` |
    |  _ < (_) | (_| | (_| | | |_| | (_) | (_| | (_| |
    |_| \_\___/ \__,_|\__,_| |____/ \___/ \__, |\__, |
                                          |___/ |___/
    
    
                       ===============================
                                 BIOGRAPHY
                       ===============================
    The Road Dogg might be the best teammate in the World Wrestling Federation. His
    championship accomplishments as one half of the New Age Outlaws have been well
    documented, but equally important are his contributions to D-Generation-X and
    the McMahon-Helmsley Faction. Although he has got more charisma than a seasoned
    politician, Road Dogg has taken more of a supporting role with the two most
    influential groups the World Wrestling Federation has ever known. Whatever
    scheme the two groups have pulled off, the D-O-Double G has played a vital
    role.
    
    There is little doubt that Road Dogg has the talent to succeed on his own.
    Considering what went down at the 2000 Royal Rumble though, it seems that
    talent
    might not be as important as friendship in the quest for victory. Road Dogg and
    Mr. Ass had a serious fight on their hands with the Acolytes, but were able to
    escape with their gold due to a timely appearance from X-Pac. Even if you're
    not
    a fan of Road Dogg's reliance on his pals, you have to admit - it is a strategy
    that works!
    
    
                       ===============================
                                 MOVE LIST
                       ===============================
    
    
    ===============================
    FACING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Road Dogg Combo 1 - A
    Road Dogg Combo 2 - A, A
    Road Dogg Combo 3 - A, A, A
    Road Dogg Combo 4 Blackout Blow - A, A, A, A
    Road Dogg Combo 4 Punch - A, A, A, Toward and A
    Road Dogg Combo 4 Spin - A, A, A, Away and A
    High Angle Body Slam - B, B
    Pile Driver - B, Up and B
    DDT - B, Down and B
    Arm Twist - B, Left and B
    Fallaway Slam - B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    BEHIND OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Road Dogg Combo 4 Punch - A, A, A, A
    Road Dogg Combo 4 Spin - A, A, A, Away and A
    Abdominal Stretch - B, B
    Pumphandle Slam - B, Up and B/B, Down and B
    Pumphandle Slam - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    Sleeper Hold - B, Left and B
    Sleeper Hold - B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT
    ===============================
    Stomping - A
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE UP)
    ===============================
    Mounted Punch - B (Near Head)
    Elbow Drop to Leg Lock - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE DOWN)
    ===============================
    Camel Clutch - B (Near Head)
    Knee Smash - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (SPECIAL ATTACK)
    ===============================
    Shaky Knee Drop - R
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (FACING OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Drop Kick - A
    Drop Kick - R
    10 Count Punch - B, B
    Avalanche Suplex - B, Up and B/B, Down and B
    Avalanche Frankensteiner - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (BEHIND OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Drop Kick - A
    Drop Kick - R
    Avalanche Backdrop - B, B
    Avalanche Backdrop - B, Up and B/B, Right and B
    Turnbuckle Smash - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE ATTACKS
    ===============================
    Missile Drop Kick - A
    Diving Guillotine Drop - B
    Strong Diving Heel Kick - R
    
    ===============================
    STAGGERING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Drop Kick - A (Facing)
    DDT - B (Facing)
    Tiger Suplex Pin - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    GROGGY OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Drop Kick - A (Facing)
    Double Arm Suplex - B (Facing)
    Backdrop - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK
    ===============================
    Low Blow - X and D-Pad, B
    Diving Clothesline - X and D-Pad, B
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (FROM BEHIND)
    ===============================
    Bulldog - X and D-Pad, B
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (OPPONENT ON MAT)
    ===============================
    Dash Stomping - X and D-Pad, A
    Strong Dash Stomping - X and D-Pad, R
    
    ===============================
    FINISHING MOVE
    ===============================
    Shake, Rattle, and Roll - R
    
                       ===============================
                            PARTNER ATTACKS
                       ===============================
    
    ===============================
    GROUP A
    ===============================
    Double Drop Kick - A and B
    Continual Attack - B and X
    Shake, Rattle, and Roll - A and X
    
    ===============================
    GROUP B
    ===============================
    Double Drop Kick - A and B
    Running Low Blow - B and X
    Throw Item (Medium) - A and X
    
    ===============================
    GROUP C
    ===============================
    Throw and Low Blow - A and B
    Bat Attack - B and X
    Pin Interrupt - A and X
    
    
    
    
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    / ___|| |__   __ _ _ __   ___
    \___ \| '_ \ / _` | '_ \ / _ \
     ___) | | | | (_| | | | |  __/
    |____/|_| |_|\__,_|_| |_|\___|
    
     _  __      __  __       _
    |  \/  | ___|  \/  | __ _| |__   ___  _ __
    | |\/| |/ __| |\/| |/ _` | '_ \ / _ \| '_ \
    | |  | | (__| |  | | (_| | | | | (_) | | | |
    |_|  |_|\___|_|  |_|\__,_|_| |_|\___/|_| |_|
    
    
                       ===============================
                                 BIOGRAPHY
                       ===============================
    Most people thought Shane McMahon was insane when he challenged The Big Show to
    a no-holds barred contest at a World Wrestling Federation pay-per-view. But the
    young Simba showcased his cat-like quickness and earned a hard fought and well-
    deserved victory over the 500-pound monster! Shane did such a thorough job that
    the Big Show was forced to the sideline due to injuries he suffered during the
    match!
    
    The Federation's latest giant killer has proven time and time again that he is
    as capable in the ring as he is in the boardroom. As a vital part of the
    McMahon-Helmsley Faction's brain trust, Shane-O-Mac is responsible for making
    sure the powerful regime stays in firm control of the World Wrestling
    Federation. After all, his family built the empire, why should someone like The
    Rock or The Big Show take it away? Now that every other Superstar is aware of
    what the young Simba can do in the ring, they will no doubt think twice before
    questioning his authority - or they will suffer the same fate as The Big Show!
    
    
                       ===============================
                                 MOVE LIST
                       ===============================
    
    
    ===============================
    FACING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Shane McMahon Combo 1 - A
    Shane McMahon Combo 2 - A, A
    Shane McMahon Combo 3 - A, A, A
    Shane McMahon Combo 4 Blackout Blow - A, A, A, A
    Shane McMahon Combo 4 Punch - A, A, A, Toward and A
    Shane McMahon Combo 4 Spin - A, A, A, Away and A
    Body Slam - B, B
    Suplex - B, Up and B
    DDT - B, Down and B
    Face Rake - B, Left and B
    Headlock - B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    BEHIND OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Shane McMahon Combo 4 Punch - A, A, A, A
    Shane McMahon Combo 4 Spin - A, A, A, Away and A
    Bulldog - B, B
    Back Drop - B, Up and B/B, Down and B
    Sleeper Hold - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT
    ===============================
    Elbow Drop - A
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE UP)
    ===============================
    Sleeper Hold - B (Near Head)
    Groin Kick - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE DOWN)
    ===============================
    Camel Clutch - B (Near Head)
    Knee Smash - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (SPECIAL ATTACK)
    ===============================
    The Corporate Elbow - R
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (FACING OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Reverse Horizontal Chop - A
    Reverse Horizontal Chop - R
    Choke Attack - B, B
    Shoulder Tackle - B, Up and B/B, Down and B
    10 Count Punch - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (BEHIND OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Reverse Horizontal Chop - A
    Reverse Horizontal Chop - R
    Avalanche Backdrop - B, B
    Avalanche Backdrop - B, Up and B/B, Right and B
    Turnbuckle Smash - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE ATTACKS
    ===============================
    Missile Drop Kick - A
    Diving Shoulder Block - B
    Strong Diving Kneel Kick - R
    
    ===============================
    STAGGERING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Slap - A (Facing)
    Snapmare - B (Facing)
    German Suplex - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    GROGGY OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Slap - A (Facing)
    Power Bomb - B (Facing)
    Reverse Suplex - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK
    ===============================
    Low Blow - X and D-Pad, B
    Swinging Neck Breaker - X and D-Pad, B
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (FROM BEHIND)
    ===============================
    Bulldog - X and D-Pad, B
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (OPPONENT ON MAT)
    ===============================
    Dash Elbow Drop - X and D-Pad, A
    Dash Corporate Elbow - X and D-Pad, R
    
    ===============================
    FINISHING MOVE
    ===============================
    X-Factor - R
    
                       ===============================
                            PARTNER ATTACKS
                       ===============================
    
    ===============================
    GROUP A
    ===============================
    Scoop Slam and Elbow Drop - A and B
    Back Elbow Attack - B and X
    Low Blow and Knee Kick - A and X
    
    ===============================
    GROUP B
    ===============================
    Double Team Punch - A and B
    Back Elbow Attack - B and X
    Throw Item (Large) - A and X
    
    ===============================
    GROUP C
    ===============================
    Scoop Slam and Elbow Drop - A and B
    Throw and Low Blow - B and X
    Pin Interrupt - A and X
    
    
     ____  _                      ____      _     _
    / ___|| |_ ___  _ __   ___   / ___|___ | | __| |
    \___ \| __/ _ \| '_ \ / _ \ | |   / _ \| |/ _` |
     ___) | || (_) | | | |  __/ | |__| (_) | | (_| |
    |____/ \__\___/|_| |_|\___|  \____\___/|_|\__,_|
    
     ____  _                      _             _   _
    / ___|| |_ _____   _____     / \  _   _ ___| |_(_)_ __
    \___ \| __/ _ \ \ / / _ \   / _ \| | | / __| __| | '_ \
     ___) | ||  __/\ V /  __/  / ___ \ |_| \__ \ |_| | | | |
    |____/ \__\___| \_/ \___| /_/   \_\__,_|___/\__|_|_| |_|
    
    
                       ===============================
                                 BIOGRAPHY
                       ===============================
    If you take a step back and look at Stone Cold Steve Austin, you will
    realize why he is one of the most popular Superstars to ever compete in
    the World Wrestling Federation. When The Rattlesnake isn't busy stomping
    a mudhole in one of his peers, he is usually drinking beer, flipping
    someone off, or getting in the boss' face - and if you are really lucky,
    he will be doing all three at the same time!
    
    For Austin, the Royal Rumble has served as an extremely important event
    over the years - especially in 1998 and 1999. With professed Stone Cold
    fan "Iron" Mike Tyson watching from an executive suite, Austin outlasted
    all his peers and finally eliminated The Rock to earn the win and the
    trip to Wrestlemania. He eventually defeated Shawn Michaels to win his
    first World Wrestling Federation Championship at the March pay per view.
    The following year, The Rock got a measure of revenge on Stone Cold when
    he helped Vince McMahon accomplish one of the biggest upsets in
    Federation history. While Austin had his attention fixed on The People's
    Champion, who was outside the ring, McMahon attacked Austin from behind
    and threw him over the rope to win the 30-Superstar competition!
    
    
                       ===============================
                                 MOVE LIST
                       ===============================
    
    
    ===============================
    FACING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Austin Punches - A
    Austin Punches - A, A
    Austin Punches - A, A, A
    Blackout Blow - A, A, A, A
    Finger and Single Punch - A, A, A, Toward and A
    Throw to Mat - A, A, A, Away and A
    Bulldog - B, B
    Suplex - B, Up and B
    DDT - B, Down and B
    Face Rake - B, Left and B
    Headlock Submission - B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    BEHIND OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Blackout Blow - A, A, A, A
    Throw to Mat - A, A, A, Away and A
    Bulldog - B, B
    Back Drop - B, Up and B/B, Down and B
    Sleeper Hold - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT
    ===============================
    Stomping - A
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE UP)
    ===============================
    Mounted Punch - B (Near Head)
    Groin Kick - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE DOWN)
    ===============================
    Camel Clutch - B (Near Head)
    Knee Smash - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (SPECIAL ATTACK)
    ===============================
    Double Axe Handle - R
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (FACING OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Elbow Smash - A
    Elbow Smash - R
    Avalanche Suplex - B, B
    Shoulder Thrusts - B, Up and B/B, Down and B
    Avalanche Tazz Plex - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (BEHIND OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Hammer Punch - A
    Super Hammer Punch - R
    Foot Choke - B, B
    Shoulder Thrusts - B, Up and B/B, Right and B
    Avalanche Suplex - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE ATTACKS
    ===============================
    Diving Elbow Drop - A
    Double Axe Handle - B
    Strong Diving Elbow Drop - R
    
    ===============================
    STAGGERING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Clothesline - A (Facing)
    Suplex - B (Facing)
    German Suplex Pin - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    GROGGY OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Hammer Punch (Single) - A (Facing)
    Power Bomb - B (Facing)
    Back Drop - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK
    ===============================
    Diving Clothesline - X and D-Pad, B
    Lou Thesz Press - X and D-Pad, B
    Lou Thesz Press Knuckle - X and D-Pad, R
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (FROM BEHIND)
    ===============================
    Bulldog - X and D-Pad, B
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (OPPONENT ON MAT)
    ===============================
    None
    
    ===============================
    FINISHING MOVE
    ===============================
    Stone Cold Stunner - R
    
                       ===============================
                            PARTNER ATTACKS
                       ===============================
    
    ===============================
    GROUP A
    ===============================
    Double Team Punch - A and B
    Power Lariat - B and X
    Stunner Attack - A and X
    
    ===============================
    GROUP B
    ===============================
    Double Team Punch - A and B
    Power Lariat - B and X
    Throw Item (Medium) - A and X
    
    ===============================
    GROUP C
    ===============================
    Hammer Throw: Lariat - A and B
    Belt Attack - B and X
    Double Lariat - A and X
    
    
    
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      | |/ _` |_  /_  /
      | | (_| |/ / / /
      |_|\__,_/___/___|
    
    
                       ===============================
                                 BIOGRAPHY
                       ===============================
    There is nothing fancy about Tazz. What you see is what you get: a man
    who had a rough upbringing in Brooklyn. A 240-pound statue of a muscle
    that is ready to throw down wherever and whenever you want. With a
    complete arsenal of offensive maneuvers, which includes a dizzying
    number of suplexes, Tazz has met with success in the World Wrestling
    Federation since debuting at the 2000 Royal Rumble.
    
    And what a debut it was! In front of his hometown crowd at Madison
    Square Garden, Tazz was brought in by Triple H to end Kurt Angle's
    winning streak - and the man from Red Hook did not disappoint. The sold-
    out arena exploded when he first appeared, and Kurt Angle's expression
    of disbelief said everything. From that point on, Tazz has continued to
    deliver exactly what the fans want from him: plenty of ass beatings!
    
    
                       ===============================
                                 MOVE LIST
                       ===============================
    
    
    ===============================
    FACING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Tazz Combo 1 - A
    Tazz Combo 2 - A, A
    Tazz Combo 3 - A, A, A
    Tazz Combo 4 Blackout Blow - A, A, A, A
    Tazz Combo 4 Punch - A, A, A, Toward and A
    Tazz Combo 4 Spin - A, A, A, Away and A
    Body Slam - B, B
    Suplex - B, Up and B
    Belly to Belly Suplex - B, Down and B
    Side Slam - B, Left and B
    Single Uphook Suplex - B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    BEHIND OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Tazz Combo 4 Punch - A, A, A, A
    Tazz Combo 4 Spin - A, A, A, Away and A
    Bulldog - B, B
    Throw German Suplex - B, Up and B/B, Down and B
    Sleeper Hold - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT
    ===============================
    Stomping - A
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE UP)
    ===============================
    Mounted Punch - B (Near Head)
    Elbow Drop to Leg Lock - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE DOWN)
    ===============================
    Camel Clutch - B (Near Head)
    Knee Smash - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (SPECIAL ATTACK)
    ===============================
    Tazzmission - R
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (FACING OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Elbow Smash - A
    Elbow Smash - R
    Avalanche Suplex - B, B
    Shoulder Thrusts - B, Up and B/B, Down and B
    Avalanche Tazz Plex - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (BEHIND OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Elbow Smash - A
    Elbow Smash - R
    Avalanche Backdrop - B, B
    Avalanche Backdrop - B, Up and B/B, Right and B
    Turnbuckle Smash - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE ATTACKS
    ===============================
    Diving Clothesline - A
    Diving Axehammer - B
    Strong Diving Shoulder Attack - R
    
    ===============================
    STAGGERING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Clothesline - A (Facing)
    Northern Lights Suplex - B (Facing)
    Half-Nelson Suplex - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    GROGGY OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Hammer Punch (Single) - A (Facing)
    T Bone Suplex - B (Facing)
    Reverse Tazz Plex - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK
    ===============================
    Dash Clothesline - X and D-Pad, B
    Swinging Neckbreaker - X and D-Pad, B
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (FROM BEHIND)
    ===============================
    Bulldog - X and D-Pad, B
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (OPPONENT ON MAT)
    ===============================
    Dash Guillotine Drop - X and D-Pad, A
    Strong Dash Guillotine Drop - X and D-Pad, R
    
    ===============================
    FINISHING MOVE
    ===============================
    Tazz Plex - R
    
                       ===============================
                            PARTNER ATTACKS
                       ===============================
    
    ===============================
    GROUP A
    ===============================
    Double Suplex - A and B
    Lariat - B and X
    Continual Attack - A and X
    
    ===============================
    GROUP B
    ===============================
    Double Suplex - A and B
    Hammer Throw: Tazz Plex - B and X
    Throw Item (Medium) - A and X
    
    ===============================
    GROUP C
    ===============================
    Double Suplex - A and B
    Hammer Throw: Tazz Plex - B and X
    Double Face Crusher - A and X
    
    
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      | | | '_ \ / _ \ | |_) / _ \ / __| |/ /
      | | | | | |  __/ |  _ < (_) | (__|   <
      |_| |_| |_|\___| |_| \_\___/ \___|_|\_\
    
                       ===============================
                                 BIOGRAPHY
                       ===============================
    You will not see anyone like The Rock ever again. You may think that it
    is too bold a statement, but it just seems highly unlikely that a
    Superstar will be able to reach the levels of in-ring success and out-
    of-ring popularity that The Rock has attained.
    
    The Royal Rumble certainly plays an important part in The People's
    History. In 1998, The Rock was the last man Stone Cold Steve Austin
    eliminated to win the Rumble. Despite the loss, The People's Champion's
    performance impressed a lot of people. It was not only because he came
    within inches of winning The Royal Rumble, but also because he finished
    defeating Ken Shamrock in an Intercontinental Championship match minutes
    before the start of the main event! The following year, The Rock (World
    Wrestling Federation Champion at the time) assisted Vince McMahon in his
    winning of the Royal Rumble and earned the hatred of Stone Cold Steve
    Austin. In the 2000 event, The Rock was not the champion, but he was
    obsessed with winning and knew he could start his quest that night. The
    People's Champion put on an amazing performance at the Royal Rumble and
    won by defeating the immovable Big Show!
    
    
                       ===============================
                                 MOVE LIST
                       ===============================
    
    
    ===============================
    FACING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Rock Combo 1 - A
    Rock Combo 2 - A, A
    Rock Combo 3 - A, A, A
    Rock Combo 4 Blackout Blow - A, A, A, A
    Rock Combo 4 Punch - A, A, A, Toward and A
    Rock Combo 4 Spin - A, A, A, Away and A
    Body Slam - B, B
    Hammer Punch - B, Up and B
    DDT - B, Down and B
    Face Rake - B, Left and B
    Manhattan Drop - B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    BEHIND OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Rock Combo 4 Punch - A, A, A, A
    Rock Combo 4 Spin - A, A, A, Away and A
    Atomic Drop - B, B
    Back Drop - B, Up and B/B, Down and B
    Sleeper Hold - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT
    ===============================
    Rock Stomps - A
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE UP)
    ===============================
    Knee Drop to Arm - B (Near Head)
    Toss - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE DOWN)
    ===============================
    Camel Clutch - B (Near Head)
    Knee Smash - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (SPECIAL ATTACK)
    ===============================
    People's Elbow - R
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (FACING OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Rock Punch - A
    Rock Punch - R
    Avalanche Suplex - B, B
    Shoulder Thrusts - B, Up and B/B, Down and B
    Avalanche Suplex - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (BEHIND OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Rock Punch - A
    Rock Punch - R
    Avalanche Backdrop - B, B
    Avalanche Backdrop - B, Up and B/B, Right and B
    Turnbuckle Smash - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE ATTACKS
    ===============================
    Diving Clothesline - A
    Diving Shoulder Attack - B
    Strong Diving Shoulder Attack - R
    
    ===============================
    STAGGERING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Clothesline - A (Facing)
    Spine Bustwer - B (Facing)
    German Suplex Pin - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    GROGGY OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Elbow Smash - A (Facing)
    Spinning DDT - B (Facing)
    Back Drop - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK
    ===============================
    Dash Clothesline - X and D-Pad, B
    Swinging Neckbreaker - X and D-Pad, B
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (FROM BEHIND)
    ===============================
    Bulldog - X and D-Pad, B
    Strong Dash Elbow - X and D-Pad, R
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (OPPONENT ON MAT)
    ===============================
    Dash Guillotine Drop - X and D-Pad, A
    Strong Dash Guillotine Drop - X and D-Pad, R
    
    ===============================
    FINISHING MOVE
    ===============================
    Rock Bottom - R
    
                       ===============================
                            PARTNER ATTACKS
                       ===============================
    
    ===============================
    GROUP A
    ===============================
    Double Face Crusher - A and B
    Lariat - B and X
    Rock Bottom - A and X
    
    ===============================
    GROUP B
    ===============================
    Throw and Spine Buster - A and B
    Water Mist Attack - B and X
    Throw Item (Large) - A and X
    
    ===============================
    GROUP C
    ===============================
    Continual Attack - A and B
    Chair Attack - B and X
    Hit Point Up - A and X
    
    
    
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      | || |  | | |_) | |  __/ |  _  |
      |_||_|  |_| .__/|_|\___| |_| |_|
                |_|
    
    
                       ===============================
                                 BIOGRAPHY
                       ===============================
    Ever since capturing the World Wrestling Federation Championship became Triple
    H's one and only mission, few Superstars have had the overall success that The
    Game has enjoyed. Not only did he complete his mission a few times over, but he
    has also become one of the most powerful players in the World Wrestling
    Federation due to his marriage to Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley and his position
    as
    one of the leaders of the McMahon-Helmsley Faction.
    
    Triple H took part in one of the most incredible matches in Royal Rumble
    history
    when he defeated Cactus Jack at the 2000 installment of the Royal Rumble. The
    championship match was fought under New York City Street Fight rules, which
    means that everything was legal. Thumbtacks and steel chairs were all
    introduced
    into this physically exhausting match that saw Triple H hold onto his gold -
    and
    his spot in WWF history.
    
                       ===============================
                                 MOVE LIST
                       ===============================
    
    
    ===============================
    FACING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Triple H Combo 1 - A
    Triple H Combo 2 - A, A
    Triple H Combo 3 - A, A, A
    Triple H Combo 4 Blackout Blow - A, A, A, A
    Triple H Combo 4 Punch - A, A, A, Toward and A
    Triple H Combo 4 Spin - A, A, A, Away and A
    Body Slam - B, B
    Pile Driver - B, Up and B
    Pendulum Back Breaker - B, Down and B
    Arm Twist - B, Left and B
    Manhattan Drop - B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    BEHIND OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Triple H Combo 4 Punch - A, A, A, A
    Triple H Combo 4 Spin - A, A, A, Away and A
    Abdominal Stretch - B, B
    Reverse DDT - B, Up and B/B, Down and B
    Dragon Sleeper - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT
    ===============================
    Knee Drop - A
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE UP)
    ===============================
    Mounted Punch - B (Near Head)
    Figure Four Leg Lock - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE DOWN)
    ===============================
    Camel Clutch - B (Near Head)
    Knee Smash - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (SPECIAL ATTACK)
    ===============================
    Strong Knee Drop - R
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (FACING OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Back Elbow - A
    Back Elbow - R
    10 Count Punch - B, B
    Avalanche Suplex - B, Up and B/B, Down and B
    Choke Attack - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (BEHIND OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Back Elbow - A
    Back Elbow - R
    Avalanche Backdrop - B, B
    Avalanche Backdrop - B, Up and B/B, Right and B
    Turnbuckle Smash - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE ATTACKS
    ===============================
    Top Rope Knee Drop - A
    Diving Shoulder Attack - B
    Strong Top Rope Knee Drop - R
    
    ===============================
    STAGGERING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Clothesline - A (Facing)
    Small Package Press - B (Facing)
    Low Blow - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    GROGGY OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Clothesline - A (Facing)
    Double Underhook Suplex - B (Facing)
    Reverse Suplex - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK
    ===============================
    Triple H Jumping Knee Attack - X and D-Pad, B
    Swinging Neck Breaker - X and D-Pad, B
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (FROM BEHIND)
    ===============================
    Bulldog - X and D-Pad, B
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (OPPONENT ON MAT)
    ===============================
    Dash Knee Drop - X and D-Pad, A
    Strong Dash Knee Drop - X and D-Pad, R
    
    ===============================
    FINISHING MOVE
    ===============================
    Pedigree - R
    
                       ===============================
                            PARTNER ATTACKS
                       ===============================
    
    ===============================
    GROUP A
    ===============================
    Back Drop and Knee Drop - A and B
    Continual Attack - B and X
    Pedigree - A and X
    
    ===============================
    GROUP B
    ===============================
    Throw and Knee Attack - A and B
    Jumping Knee Attack - B and X
    High Flying Moves - A and X
    
    ===============================
    GROUP C
    ===============================
    Back Drop and Knee Drop - A and B
    Hammer Attack - B and X
    Hit Point Up - A and X
    
    
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    | | | | '_ \ / _` |/ _ \ '__| __/ _` | |/ / _ \ '__|
    | |_| | | | | (_| |  __/ |  | || (_| |   <  __/ |
     \___/|_| |_|\__,_|\___|_|   \__\__,_|_|\_\___|_|
    
    
                       ===============================
                                 BIOGRAPHY
                       ===============================
    Regardless of what else was going on in the World Wrestling Federation over the
    past decade, one thing you could always count on was the presence of The
    Undertaker. Making his way to the ring surrounded by smoke and eerie music, the
    Lord of Darkness destroyed everything in his way, much to the delight of his
    loyal creatures of the night. Recently, though, the Undertaker returned from a
    lengthy absence - and he did not look anything like the man he was when he
    left!
    Now riding a motorcycle to the ring, this "American Bad Ass" continued to
    dominate, but with less macabre and more metal!
    
    The Undertaker has competed in many unforgettable matches during his career;
    however, one that is sure to be talked about often is his Casket Match with
    Shawn Michaels at the 1998 Royal Rumble. Kane, The Undertaker's younger
    brother,
    made his presence known in that contest by causing his older sibling to lose
    and
    then locking Taker in the casket and setting it on fire!
    
                       ===============================
                                 MOVE LIST
                       ===============================
    
    
    ===============================
    FACING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Undertaker Combo 1 - A
    Undertaker Combo 2 - A, A
    Undertaker Combo 3 - A, A, A
    Undertaker Combo 4 Blackout Blow - A, A, A, A
    Undertaker Combo 4 Punch - A, A, A, Toward and A
    Undertaker Combo 4 Spin - A, A, A, Away and A
    High Angle Body Slam  - B, B
    Hammer Punch - B, Up and B
    DDT - B, Down and B
    Shoulder Arm Breaker - B, Left and B
    Back Breaker - B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    BEHIND OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Undertaker Combo 4 Punch - A, A, A, A
    Undertaker Combo 4 Spin - A, A, A, Away and A
    Choke Hold - B, B
    Reverse DDT - B, Up and B/B, Down and B
    Sleeper Hold - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT
    ===============================
    Elbow Drop - A
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE UP)
    ===============================
    Darkness Choke - B (Near Head)
    Groin Kick - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE DOWN)
    ===============================
    Camel Clutch - B (Near Head)
    Knee Smash - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (SPECIAL ATTACK)
    ===============================
    Strong Elbow Drop - R
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (FACING OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Front Kick - A
    Front Kick - R
    Choke Attack - B, B
    Walk on the Rope - B, Up and B/B, Down and B
    Avalanche Suplex - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (BEHIND OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Front Kick - A
    Front Kick - R
    Avalanche Backdrop - B, B
    Avalanche Backdrop - B, Up and B/B, Right and B
    Turnbuckle Smash - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE ATTACKS
    ===============================
    Missile Drop Kick - A
    Diving Shoulder Attack - B
    Strong Diving Heel Kick - R
    
    ===============================
    STAGGERING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Body Blow - A (Facing)
    Head Butt - B (Facing)
    Reverse DDT - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    GROGGY OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Body Blow - A (Facing)
    Power Bomb - B (Facing)
    Reverse Suplex - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK
    ===============================
    Dash Clothesline - X and D-Pad, B
    Running DDT - X and D-Pad, B
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (FROM BEHIND)
    ===============================
    Bulldog - X and D-Pad, B
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (OPPONENT ON MAT)
    ===============================
    Dash Elbow Drop - X and D-Pad, A
    Strong Dash Elbow Drop - X and D-Pad, R
    
    ===============================
    FINISHING MOVE
    ===============================
    Tombstone Pile Driver - R
    
                       ===============================
                            PARTNER ATTACKS
                       ===============================
    
    ===============================
    GROUP A
    ===============================
    Punch and Slam - A and B
    Flying Lariat - B and X
    Tombstone Pile Driver - A and X
    
    ===============================
    GROUP B
    ===============================
    Throw and Big Boot - A and B
    Weapon Attack (Drum Can) - B and X
    Throw Item (Large) - A and X
    
    ===============================
    GROUP C
    ===============================
    Punch and Slam - A and B
    Continual Attack - B and X
    Undertaker Taunt - A and X
    
    
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    \ \   / (_)_ __   ___ ___  |  \/  | ___|  \/  | __ _| |__   ___  _ __
     \ \ / /| | '_ \ / __/ _ \ | |\/| |/ __| |\/| |/ _` | '_ \ / _ \| '_ \
      \ V / | | | | | (_|  __/ | |  | | (__| |  | | (_| | | | | (_) | | | |
       \_/  |_|_| |_|\___\___| |_|  |_|\___|_|  |_|\__,_|_| |_|\___/|_| |_|
    
    
                       ===============================
                                 BIOGRAPHY
                       ===============================
    Is it the over-exaggerated gulp? Or the stare that could burn a hole through
    the
    ozone layer? Perhaps it is the way his voice gets all scratchy when he screams,
    Yousunuvabitch! Odds are that it is a combination of the three, along with all
    of his other unique traits and abilities, that has earned Vince McMahon a
    permanent spot in the emotional vault of millions of fans around the world.
    Love
    him or hate him, with his arrogance, perseverance, and great facial
    expressions,
    the distinguished owner of the World Wrestling Federation and leader of the
    McMahon-Helmsley Faction has become a central figure on World Wrestling
    Federation television.
    
    At the 1999 Royal Rumble, McMahon accomplished one of the most unbelievable
    upsets in the history of the event when he defeated Stone Cold Steve Austin to
    win the contest. Mr. McMahon employed strategy, intelligence, and a whole lot
    of
    help from his buddies in The Corporation to officially win The Royal Rumble and
    earn the right to take on the World Wrestling Federation Champion at
    Wrestlemania. McMahon celebrated in the ring after the match with The Rock,
    Shane, and others, by drinking beer and toasting Stone Cold Steve Austin - an
    image no one will soon forget!
    
    
                       ===============================
                                 MOVE LIST
                       ===============================
    
    
    ===============================
    FACING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Vince McMahon Combo 1 - A
    Vince McMahon Combo 2 - A, A
    Vince McMahon Combo 3 - A, A, A
    Vince McMahon Combo 4 Blackout Blow - A, A, A, A
    Vince McMahon Combo 4 Punch - A, A, A, Toward and A
    Vince McMahon Combo 4 Spin - A, A, A, Away and A
    Body Slam - B, B
    Suplex - B, Up and B
    DDT - B, Down and B
    Face Rake - B, Left and B
    Headlock - B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    BEHIND OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Vince McMahon Combo 4 Punch - A, A, A, A
    Vince McMahon Combo 4 Spin - A, A, A, Away and A
    Bulldog - B, B
    Back Drop - B, Up and B/B, Down and B
    Sleeper Hold - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT
    ===============================
    Stomping - A
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE UP)
    ===============================
    Mounted Punch - B (Near Head)
    Groin Kick - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE DOWN)
    ===============================
    Camel Clutch - B (Near Head)
    Knee Smash - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (SPECIAL ATTACK)
    ===============================
    Strong Stomping - R
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (FACING OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Clothesline - A
    Clothesline - R
    Choke Attack - B, B
    Shoulder Thrusts - B, Up and B/B, Down and B
    10 Count Punch - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (BEHIND OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Clothesline - A
    Clothesline - R
    Avalanche Backdrop - B, B
    Avalanche Backdrop - B, Up and B/B, Right and B
    Turnbuckle Smash - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE ATTACKS
    ===============================
    Diving Clothesline - A
    Diving Shoulder Attack - B
    Strong Double Axe Hammer - R
    
    ===============================
    STAGGERING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Clothesline - A (Facing)
    Power Bomb - B (Facing)
    Dragon Suplex Pin - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    GROGGY OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Elbow Smash - A (Facing)
    Suplex - B (Facing)
    Reverse DDT - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK
    ===============================
    Dash Clothesline - X and D-Pad, B
    Swinging Neck Breaker - X and D-Pad, B
    Swinging Diving Clothesline - X and D-Pad, R
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (FROM BEHIND)
    ===============================
    Bulldog - X and D-Pad, B
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (OPPONENT ON MAT)
    ===============================
    Dash Stomping - X and D-Pad, A
    Strong Dash Stomping - X and D-Pad, R
    
    ===============================
    FINISHING MOVE
    ===============================
    Mac Stunner - R
    
                       ===============================
                            PARTNER ATTACKS
                       ===============================
    
    ===============================
    GROUP A
    ===============================
    Double Team Punch - A and B
    Running Low Blow - B and X
    Mac Stunner - A and X
    
    ===============================
    GROUP B
    ===============================
    Toss and Eye Rake - A and B
    Double Lariat - B and X
    Throw Item (Medium) - A and X
    
    ===============================
    GROUP C
    ===============================
    Double Team Punch - A and B
    Leg Tackle and Taunt - B and X
    Taunt Vince - A and X
    
    
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                                 BIOGRAPHY
                       ===============================
    Of all the things you can fault X-Pac for (his treatment of Kane, his
    disrespect
    for the rules, his choice to align with the McMahon-Helmsley Faction, etc.) you
    have to admit he exudes energy, talent, and pride. Pyrotechnics explode behind
    X-Pac as he jumps around the ring and screams his head off before each match.
    Not one of the biggest Superstars on the roster, X-Pac does now know how to
    back
    down from a challenge - a quality that sometimes gets him into trouble.
    
    In another life - when X-Pac competed as the 1-2-3 Kid - he and Bob (now
    Hardcore) Holly teamed up to win a Tag Team Championship tournament at the 1995
    Royal Rumble. The two underdogs got a sweet taste of Federation gold by
    defeating Bam Bam Bigelow and Tatanka in the finals.
    
    
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                                 MOVE LIST
                       ===============================
    
    
    ===============================
    FACING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    X-Pac Combo 1 - A
    X-Pac Combo 2 - A, A
    X-Pac Combo 3 - A, A, A
    X-Pac Combo 4 Blackout Blow - A, A, A, A
    X-Pac Combo 4 Punch - A, A, A, Toward and A
    X-Pac Combo 4 Spin - A, A, A, Away and A
    Snapmare - B, B
    Suplex - B, Up and B
    DDT - B, Down and B
    Face Rake - B, Left and B
    Headlock Punch - B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    BEHIND OPPONENT
    ===============================
    X-Pac Combo 4 Punch - A, A, A, A
    X-Pac Combo 4 Spin - A, A, A, Away and A
    Bulldog - B, B
    Back Drop - B, Up and B/B, Down and B
    Reverse Pin - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT
    ===============================
    Stomping - A
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE UP)
    ===============================
    Sleeper Hold - B (Near Head)
    Groin Kick - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (FACE DOWN)
    ===============================
    Camel Clutch - B (Near Head)
    Knee Smash - B (Near Legs)
    
    ===============================
    OPPONENT ON MAT (SPECIAL ATTACK)
    ===============================
    Strong Stomping - R
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (FACING OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Spinning Heel Kick - A
    Spinning Heel Kick - R
    10 Count Punch - B, B
    Shoulder Thrusts - B, Up and B/B, Down and B
    Avalanche Suplex - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE MOVES (BEHIND OPPONENT)
    ===============================
    Spinning Heel Kick - A
    Spinning Heel Kick - R
    Avalanche Backdrop - B, B
    Avalanche Backdrop - B, Up and B/B, Right and B
    Turnbuckle Smash - B, Left and B/B, Right and B
    
    ===============================
    TURNBUCKLE ATTACKS
    ===============================
    Missile Drop Kick - A
    Diving Shoulder Block - B
    Strong Diving Kneel Kick - R
    
    ===============================
    STAGGERING OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Spin Kick - A (Facing)
    Snapmare - B (Facing)
    Dragon Suplex - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    GROGGY OPPONENT
    ===============================
    Spin Kick - A (Facing)
    Spinning Wheel to Back Drop - B (Facing)
    Low Blow - B (Behind)
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK
    ===============================
    Dash Clothesline - X and D-Pad, B
    Swinging Neck Breaker - X and D-Pad, B
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (FROM BEHIND)
    ===============================
    Bulldog - X and D-Pad, B
    
    ===============================
    RUNNING ATTACK (OPPONENT ON MAT)
    ===============================
    Dash Guillotine Drop - X and D-Pad, A
    Strong Dash Guillotine Drop - X and D-Pad, R
    
    ===============================
    FINISHING MOVE
    ===============================
    X-Factor - R
    
                       ===============================
                            PARTNER ATTACKS
                       ===============================
    
    ===============================
    GROUP A
    ===============================
    Suplex and Elbow Drop - A and B
    Continual Attack - B and X
    X-Factor - A and X
    
    ===============================
    GROUP B
    ===============================
    Throw and Wheel Kick - A and B
    Jumping Wheel Kick - B and X
    Pass Small Item - A and X
    
    ===============================
    GROUP C
    ===============================
    Suplex and Elbow Drop - A and B
    Jumping Wheel Kick - B and X
    Taunt D-X - A and X
    
    
    
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    6.0      GAME BASICS
    =============================================================
    
    GRAPPLING: To initiate throwing your opponent, grapple him by pressing B. Once
    you have got him locked up, attack by pressing B again while moving the D-Pad
    in
    any direction. Then you will be delivering DDTs, Pile Drivers, and Body Slams
    just like your favorite Superstars. Start out the grapple by pressing A, which
    leads to other combos.
    
    ATTACKING WITH ITEMS: When you are near an object on the ground such as a chair
    or a baseball bat, press A to pick it up, then press A again to attack with it.
    Once you get hit, you drop the item and it disappears, so use it for maximum
    damage while you have got it. Some of the weapons will break after an extended
    beating. Press A to attack with an item. You will keep the item until your
    opponent hits you or the item breaks from extended use.
    
    BREAKING OUT OF A PIN: To get out of a pin, repeatedly move the D-Pad. You will
    see a pale blue bar cover up your health bar. Once the bar fills with blue,
    your
    Superstar kicks out, hopefully before the three-second count is up! When you
    are
    pinned, move the D-Pad around (or the R button if you have an S Letter) to
    break
    out.
    
    STAGGERING VS. GROGGY: As you will notice in the "Arena Mode" section, there
    are
    moves you can perform on your opponent when he is staggering and some you can
    perform on your opponent when he is groggy. So what is the difference between
    staggering and groggy? If you grapple your opponent (B), then push him away (A
    and D-Pad), your opponent will be staggering. If you set up a combo move using
    A, A, A, Toward and A your opponent will be on his feet and groggy. Hitting him
    with a combo (A, A, A, Toward and A) leaves your opponent groggy. Grappling
    (B),
    then letting go (D-Pad and A) leaves your opponent staggering.
    
    CLIMBING THE TURNBUCKLE: When your opponent is distracted or out on the mat,
    climb up the turnbuckle (A) and attack. You can do extra damage with these
    high-
    flying attacks. Climb the turnbuckle for a high flying attack.
    
    THE SPECIAL METER: As you deal out the punishment in WWF Royal Rumble, your
    Superstar's Special Meter fills up. Once it fills up, you gain an "S" and the
    meter starts back at zero. What can you use these letters for? You guessed it:
    special attacks. Use the letters (Press the R button) to break up pins, to stop
    being irish whipped to the ropes, or to reverse, perform special/stronger
    attacks, or to counter your opponent's moves. Take a look at your Superstar's
    move lists. You can perform moves like Stone Cold Steve Austin's Super Hammer
    Punch (R Turnbuckle Move, Behind Opponent) or the Undertaker's Strong Diving
    Knee Kick (R Turnbuckle Attack). Once you collect and save three of these
    letters, you can perform your Superstar's finishing moves, such as The People's
    Elbow or The Stone Cold Stunner. As you deal out the damage, you build up your
    special meter. Once you collect three "S" letters, press the R button to
    perform
    your Superstar's finishing move.
    
    
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    7.0      GAME MODES
    =============================================================
    
    
             =============================================================
             7.1       EXHIBITION MODE
             =============================================================
    During exhibition mode, you first select your Superstar, then you select his or
    her partner. Then you begin your quest to defeat everyone in the ten stages.
    Each round gets a little bit harder until you reach the main event: a match
    against Vince McMahon with his son Shane McMahon as his partner. If you run out
    of time or get pinned in any of these matches, you have the opportunity to try
    again.
    
    PARTNER ATTACKS: So why do you pick a partner? For help in the ring, of course!
    Each partner has three groups of attacks (you pick one group from a menu before
    the match starts). During the match you can call on help from your partner by
    pressing the key combination (either A and B, B and X, or A and X). These
    partner attacks are only available when the icon is lit on the upper left hand
    corner of the screen. Once a partner attack is used, the icon dims until that
    move is available again.
    
    If the partner attack icon is red, the move is a double team attack. Usually
    for a red partner attack to work, you need to be within grappling distance of
    your opponent.
    
    If the partner attack icon is yellow, your partner will run to the ring and
    deal out the punishment on your opponent. Be careful with these attacks. Moves
    such as Road Dogg's Bat Attack can also be dangerous to you, as well. Road Dogg
    swings his bat at your opponent, but if you are too close, you will also get
    hit!
    
    If the partner attack icon is green, your opponent will help you out of a jam
    by either giving health, breaking up a pin attempt, tossing you a weapon, or
    taunting your opponent to distract him or her.
    
    VINCE MCMAHON: In stage 10, the final stage of Exhibition Mode, you square off
    against Vince McMahon, along with his partner, Shane McMahon. This match will
    require all your skills and effort (and probably a few continues the first time
    around). Vince is quick and he uses the partner attacks from his son very
    effectively.
    
    To beat Vince, pick a partner that has many yellow partner attacks. As soon as
    the match starts, bring your partner into the ring to get started quickly. Save
    your special letters, too. Vince does a lot of damage and gets lots of pin
    chances. You will need to burn out your special letters (press the R button) to
    get out of the pins.
    
    VICTORY: So what do you get for beating Vince in Exhibition Mode? You unlock a
    Superstar, that's what! After mastering Exhibition mode, you gain the ability
    to select the chairperson of the World Wrestling Federation, Vince McMahon.
    
    
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             7.2       MATCH ARENAS
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    COMING SOON!
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             7.3       ROYAL RUMBLE MODE
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