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Professional wrestling

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Professional wrestling is a form of performance art where the athletes engage in simulated sporting matches.

Alternate name: Pro wrestling

WWF Wrestlemania 2000 (Nintendo 64)
N64 1999-11-16
Maniac Pro-Wrestling: Ashita e no Tatakai (PC Engine)
PCE 1990-05-25
ECW Hardcore Revolution (Dreamcast)
DC 2000-02-29
Championship Wrestling (Commodore 16/Plus 4)
C16 1987
WWE Road to WrestleMania X8 (Game Boy Advance)
GBA 2002-10-08
WWE Crush Hour (PlayStation 2)
PS2 2003-03-18
WWE SmackDown vs. RAW 2008 featuring ECW (PlayStation 2)
PS2 2007-11-13
WWF Wrestlemania 2000 (Game Boy Color)
GBC 1999-11-15
All Japan Women's Pro Wrestling: Queen Legend (PlayStation)
PS1 1998
Take Down Wrestling (MS-DOS)
DOS 1989
New Japan ProWrestling: Toukon Retsuden (WonderSwan)
WS 1999
WWF Wrestlemania: The Arcade Game (Super Nintendo)
SNES 1995-01

The first video game about Professional wrestling was released in 1984.

THQ, Acclaim and Human has published most of these games

Although this is a performance art, the punches, kicks and such are quite real even if not meant to be truly injuring. Usually the wrestlers have skill in (they're taught to) hitting places or in ways that produce the most bleeding, such as splitting the opponents brow. Blading is the most common type of permanent injury pro wrestlers get.

Characters

Hulk Hogan, Rowdy Roddy Piper
(view all the 2 "Professional wrestling " characters)

Platforms

SNES 32
PS 29
PS2 28
Arcade 19
N64 15
GB 11
C64 9
NES 9
GBA 9
Xbox 8
GameCube 8
Dreamcast 8
Mega Drive 7
PCE 7
Amiga 6
GBC 6
MS-DOS 6
X360 6
Saturn 5
Windows 5
Wii 4
Atari ST 4
Apple II E 3
Amstrad CPC 3
PSP 3
ZX Spectrum 2
Nintendo DS 2
32X 2
Atari 7800 2
Game Gear 2

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