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All Time Wrestling Card Game Featuring Kurt Angle, Macho Man Randy Savage, and More Hits Kickstarter

Some of the biggest legends in WWE are now set to hit the tabletop courtesy of a new wrestling card game titled All Time Wrestling. The new creation of Cation Arts is now live on Kickstarter, and has already surpassed its $9,000 goal for a current total of #30,000, but if you haven't backed the campaign yet, here are all the details. All Time Wrestling is described as a fast-paced card and dice wrestling game that accommodates 1 to 4 players and features a story-driven campaign. Games only take around 20 minutes, and you can battle it out with a host of wrestling legends, including Kurt Angle, Andre The Giant, Macho Man Randy Savage, and British Bulldog. You can find the full campaign right here.
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Eric Young On Asking Randy Savage If He Could Use Flying Elbow Drop

Eric Young recently looked back on the time he asked Randy Savage for permission to include the flying elbow drop in his repertoire. Young was a guest on Cultaholic’s Desert Island Graps and talked about when he met Savage and asked him for permission to use the maneuver, which Savage was famous for.

Ric Flair On His WrestleMania 8 Match With Randy Savage and His First WWE Run

Ric Flair took part in a WrestleMania 8 Live Watchalong for Here are the highlights:. Whether his match with Randy Savage at WrestleMania 8 was pre-planned:. “Oh my gosh. We practiced for two weeks. It’s one of the things that drove me crazy about working with Randy. No disrespect to him, but he’s a guy that liked to put it together piece by piece, and I just had a hard time doing that. It’s just one of those things where you try to make everyone happy. I couldn’t believe it when they told me on my week off when I was in Florida to practice, but I did. It all worked out ok.”

WrestleQuest turns '80s and '90s WWE into a JRPG starring Macho Man Randy Savage

WrestleQuest has been announced by Skybound Games and Mega Cat Studios, a pixel-art RPG that takes aim squarely at nostalgia for wrestling's glory years of the '80s and '90s. The game casts you as a young hopeful looking to become one of the wrestling greats, and combines RPG exploration and character building with turn-based in-ring combat—the cherry on the cake being the presence of big names that you'll face on the way.
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13 Wrestlers Portrayed On Young Rock, Including Andre The Giant And ‘Macho Man’ Randy Savage

There are few things that make wrestling fans more excited than seeing their favorite wrestlers (or at least actors portraying them) in anything outside of the squared circle. And of all the shows to do this, few compare to Young Rock and the large number of WWE superstars who were portrayed in the show’s first season on NBC. Over the course of the first chapter of the show’s run, Andre the Giant, “Macho Man” Randy Savage, and Rocky Johnson were just a few of the heavyweights who played large and impactful roles.

Randy Savage And Other Legends Set For WrestleQuest RPG Game

Skybound Games announced its latest title, WrestleQuest, on Wednesday, a role-playing title tat will see a variety of wrestling legends appear in the game. Developed by Mega Cat Studios, WrestleQuest will drop players into the shoes of a young wrestler who goes o a quest to become one of the all-time greats. Along the way, they will meet a variety of wrestling legends, including “Macho Man” Randy Savage, Booker T, Andre The Giant, Jake “The Snake” Roberts, Diamond Dallas Page, and Jeff Jarrett, who are all of the confirmed wrestling legends so far.

Chyna and Randy Savage among latest legends confirmed for WWE 2K22

2K Sports continue its promotion for the latest installment in the WWE 2K franchise, which is set to drop in stores next month. Today, a new Legends trailer dropped on 2K’s social media channels, highlighting some of the new legends coming to WWE 2K22 this spring. Among the notable names include the “Macho Man” Randy Savage and the woman known as the “9th Wonder of the World.”

WWE 2K22 Trailer Looks At Legends Including Big Boss Man & Randy Savage

2K Game has unleashed a fresh look at WWE 2K22, which looks at some of the upcoming Legends that will be featured in the upcoming wrestling romp. Seen below, the trailer offers a glimpse at the likes of Big Boss Man and Randy Savage wrecking havoc in the ring. Check it out below.

Jake Roberts Recalls Vince McMahon’s Reaction To Randy Savage – Snake Bite Angle

One of the most famous angles of Jake Roberts’ career involved his feud with “Macho Man” Randy Savage, which saw Roberts’ snake bite Savage in the arm. On a recent episode of the DDP Snake Pit podcast, the AEW manager revealed that the idea came from WWE owner and chairman, and that Randy Savage was paranoid of taking the snake bite.

Jake Roberts Recalls Infamous Cobra Angle With Randy Savage, Vince McMahon’s Reaction

Jake Roberts looked back on his famous angle with Randy Savage involving a cobra biting the Macho Man, as well as Vince McMahon’s reaction to it. Roberts looked back on the 1991 angle, which saw him bring a devenomed king cobra into the ring and tied Savage up in the ropes, then had the cobra bite his arm. The cobra famously refused to let go for a while. You can see the highlights below, per Wrestling Inc:

Jake Roberts Reveals Crazy Details On The Infamous Cobra Angle With Randy Savage

During the latest edition of his podcast, WWE Hall of Famer Jake “The Snake” Roberts commented on the famous angle in 1991 where his de-venomed cobra snake wound up biting “Macho Man” Randy Savage, Vince McMahon’s reaction to it, and more. You can check out some highlights from the segment below:

Hummel: 2022 Cardinals predictions and revisiting 'Macho Man' Randy Savage in the Cards' system

Here are the highlights from our weekly chat with Cardinals fans. Q: Do the Cardinals need a leadoff hitter in order to decrease their reliance on home runs?. A: Tommy Edman scored 91 runs, stole 30 bases and had 41 doubles. His two-base-hit total and steals put him at the top of both those categories in the league this past season. If he could walk more — and I think he can — I don't see leadoff as a big problem.