Legends of Wrestling: Showdown
PS2 Walkthrough
By Shaneo632
Version 1.2 - 17th July 2004
E-mail: shaneo632@hotmail.com

Note: This is my first FAQ, so things aren't perfect, but hey, that's life. 
I
played through the game once in about an hour and a half within about an 
hour
of having the game. Not the best idea, I know, but I realised there wasn't a
guide for this game yet, so what the hey! Anyway, let's get started.

Version 1.2 Updates
-------------------
- Fixed Scott Hall CAL problem
(thanks aba_deadman_inc@hotmail.com
- Added more CALs
- Added some glitches
(thanks NCCAJUNSON@cs.com
        lee2ko3@yahoo.com
        fiendskull9@yahoo.com)
- Added FAQ section
- www.cheatplanet.com now have the FAQ on their site

Index
-----

1 - Disclaimer
2 - Showdown Challenge Mode Walkthrough
2.1 - The super-easy way to finish Showdown mode in less than 90 minutes
2.2 - The 70s
2.3 - The 80s
2.4 - The 90s
2.5 - The "Unlockables"
3 - Game Modes
3.1 - Quick Play
3.2 - Match Play
3.3 - Create A Legend
4 - Roster
5 - Extras
6 - Finishers
7 - Glitches
8 - CALs
9 - FAQ
10 - Credits

1 - Disclaimer
--------------
The following was all written by me, or submitted by those who intended for 
it
to be used in this guide. The following sites are the only sites where it
should be seen:
-www.gamefaqs.com
-www.cheatcc.com
-www.cheatplanet.com

If you wish for it to be on your site, please e-mail me first at
shaneo632@hotmail.com. Cheers. Also, if you spot it on any other sites, 
please
notify me at said address, thanks.

2 - Showdown Challenge Mode Walkthrough
---------------------------------------
Well, what is this mode, you may ask? A quick tap of the X button reveals 
all
(or the instructional manual). As a legend of your choice, you battle 
through
three decades (the 70s, 80s and 90s) in the hope of supreme superstardom.

I was quite surprised to see how short this game is in comparison with the 
first
two games, which were insanely long to the point where I just couldn't be 
arsed
anymore. Anyway, I was hoping Showdown would be long, but not too long. A 
shame
that it is TOO short this time. I hope for Legends 4 that they find a 
healthy
medium (given that Acclaim don't go out of business with their loss of $60m
this year :\). Anyway, back to the guide, because that's why you all came 
here,
right?

I played Showdown with Sting first time around, and here's who I fought in 
each
decade. You will notice that each decade culminates in a title match. Is it 
the
US title? The World title? No, it's the title for that era. Quite odd, but 
hey,
it works I guess.

2.1 - The super-easy way to finish Showdown mode in less than 90 minutes
------------------------------------------------------------------------
Yes, this is lame, but given how frustrating the other Legends games were, I
didn't feel any guilt in doing it. I can almost guarantee that on any 
difficulty
setting, this will complete the game for you in less than 90 minutes, if you
follow these steps.

- When the match starts, stay at the left side of the ropes
- Wait for your opponent to get within arms reach of you
- Press CIRCLE (grapple) and quickly press both the UP and LEFT buttons on 
the
D-Pad. Then press TRIANGLE and your opponent, if you are close enough to the
ropes, will go outside
- When he flies out, follow him out and just continue to beat him down
(throwing him into railings, whatever) and make sure that he gets counted 
out.
- And finally, if he manages to get back into the ring, make sure you follow
quickly, or you WILL get counted out (with my method, there's about a 3-4
second cushion for you to get back into the ring).
- I used this method and the only time it didn't work was against Jake "The
Snake" Roberts in the 90s, as it was a No DQ match.

2.2 - The 70s
-------------
Match 1: Fritz Von Erich
Match 2: "The Rock" Don Muraco
Match 3: Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka
Match 4: Ivan Putski
Match 5 - 70s TITLE: The Shiek

2.3 - The 80s
-------------
Match 1: George "The Animal" Steele (from this point on, I was the Red and
Black "Wolfpac" Sting. Shame that they've overlooked the fact he didn't
turn Black and Red until 1998...)
Match 2: "The Model" Rick Martel (nice to see that he carried the bottle of
"Arrogance" he had back in his WWF days.)
Match 3: Nikita Koloff
Match 4: /Ultimate Warrior vs Robert Gibson/Koko B Ware (why they didn't
just let me fight the Rock N Roll Express, I have no idea.)
Match 5 - 80s TITLE: Rick Rude

2.4 - The 90s
-------------
Match 1: Jerry Sags (a nice picture and text before hand informed me that 
Sags
had been attempting to flirt with my girlfriend during one of my matches. 
Well,
I guess they've gotta be Nasty for a reason, right? :P)
Match 2: /Brian Pillman vs Brian Knobbs/Scott Steiner (apparently, Knobbs
Wanted to avenge his brother's defeat and thought he'd bring "Big Poppa
Dump" with him, heh.)
Match 3: Sid Vicious (or should it be "Justice"? :P)
Match 4 - No Disqualifications: Jake "The Snake" Roberts (before this match,
you're beaten up, and so have a limp for the match, which is quite annoying,
especially as this is a No DQ match, so my techniques do not work :\)
Match 5 - 90s TITLE: "Macho Man" Randy Savage (yes, you have a limp again.
Isn't it funny how limps seem to last half a decade :0x)
Match 6 - SHOWDOWN TITLE: Hulk Hogan (yep, this is the big one, the last
match).

2.5 - The "Unlockables"
-----------------------
Well, sorry if I mislead you, but there are ZILCH unlockables for this game
- NOTHING, NADA, NOT A ZIP. I cleared it with Sting and expected some cool
movie of Sting, some wrestler interviews, an arena or at least a new
unlockable character, but nothing. Shame that a game that is better than
its predecessors lacks the extras that they had. Thanks again, Acclaim
:\

Actually, there is more "Classic" Matches to unlock, but who wants to
unlock stuff you can make yourself in Quick Play? Regardless, go onto
Classic Mode and you'll see what I mean - you unlock it in a tournament sort
of mode:

COMPLETE Hulk Hogan vs Iron Shiek
COMPLETE "Macho Man" Randy Savage Ultimate Warrior
UNLOCK: Dusty Rhodes vs Abdullah The Butcher

COMPLETE Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat vs Randy Savage
COMPLETE Owen Hart vs Bret Hart
UNLOCK: Hulk Hogan vs The Ultimate Warrior

COMPLETE Dusty Rhodes vs Abdullah The Butcher
COMPLETE Hulk Hogan vs The Ultimate Warrior
UNLOCK: The Road Warriors vs The Koloffs

COMPLETE Sting vs DDP
COMPLETE Bret Hart vs "Rowdy" Roddy Piper
UNLOCK: Jake "The Snake" Roberts vs "Ravishing" Rick Rude

COMPLETE Terry Funk vs Sabu
COMPLETE "Macho Man" Randy Savage vs Hulk Hogan
UNLOCK: Hulk Hogan vs King Kong Bundy

COMPLETE Jake "The Snake" Roberts vs "Ravishing" Rick Rude
COMPLETE Hulk Hogan vs King Kong Bundy
UNLOCK: Andy Kaufman vs Jerry Lawler

COMPLETE The Road Warriors vs The Koloffs
COMPLETE Andy Kaufman vs Jerry Lawler
UNLOCK: Hulk Hogan vs Andre The Giant

COMPLETE Hulk Hogan vs Andre The Giant
Unlock: Diddly-squat - just a "congratulations" screen :\

3 - Game Modes
--------------
Below are the other game modes, not counting Showdown Challenge, of course.

3.1 - Quick Play
----------------
Very simple - just pick two wrestlers and fight, really.

3.2 - Match Play
----------------
A decent mode in the game, allows a variety of different matches:

Hardcore - A 1-on-1 match which allows the use of weapons.
Ironman 30 - A match that lasts for 30 minutes and the person who gains the
most decisions (pinfalls or DQs) in that time frame is the winner.
Ironman 60 - The same as above but for an hour.
First Blood - The first person to bleed is the loser.
Best 2-out-of-3 Falls - The first person to gain 2 falls is the winner.
Standard Tournament - Pick 4, 8 or 16 players for a 1-on-1 tourney.
Tag Team Tournament - Pick 4 or 8 teams for a tag tourney.
Classic Match - re-live some of the greatest matches of all time (a nice 
idea,
but come on, we can do this ourselves)
Tag Team - Just two teams duking it out for supremacy!
3-Way-Tag - Three teams (6 wrestlers) fighting.
4-Way-Tag - Four teams (8 wrestlers) fighting.
6-Man-Tag - Two teams (6 wrestlers) compete. A little like Survivor Series,
but obviously not as good.
8-Man-Tag - Two teams (8 wrestlers) compete. This is what I'm talking about.
Shame there isn't another guy on each team, to make it a TRUE Survivor
Series match.
VS - Standard 1-on-1 match, the same as "Quick Play", really.
3-Way-Dance - 3 wrestlers competing in an elimination-style match. Vastly
improved from previous games, where it was a bloody Triple Threat, where one
pinfall = winner
4-Way-Dance - The same as above, but with four guys.
Battle Royale (should be without the E, but these guys need to read up on
their wrestling) - Instead of the lame "4-man over the top rope" crap we
had on previous games, this is a true Battle Royal (well, Royal Rumble
technically, as not all 30 men start off in the ring at once), as there
are 30 guys. I was very pleased to see this addition to the game, fantastic.
Cage Match - Two men inside a 15-foot high steel cage. Ways to win are
either climbing over and out of the cage, or simply asking the ref to unlock
it and climb out through the door. I recommend the latter, as it saves so
much time, as long as you call to the ref to unlock the door BEFORE the
knock your opponent out.
Ladder Match - a belt is suspended 20 feet above the ring and the only way
to get to it is to get the ladder (which is at ringside), set it up in
the middle of the ring, climb it and grab the belt. Could've been as good as
cage, but spoilt by the horrible ladder physics and the unrealistic size of
the
ladder (they should look at SD: HCTP for ladder references, or how about
this, SOME ACTUAL VIDEO FOOTAGE, guys)
Table Match - Smash your opponent through a table. Simple as.

3.3 - Create A Legend
---------------------
This allows you to create your own legend, customising all the parts you
want. Nothing particularly decent here, and if you want some decent
Wrestler-Creation tools, get Smackdown 5: Here Comes The Pain. It'll
probably be Platinum soon, so there's no excuse really...

4 - Roster
----------
Abdullah The Butcher
Andre The Giant
Andy Kaufman
Animal
Bam Bam Bigelow
Baron Von Raschke
Big John Studd
"Superstar" Billy Graham
Bob Backlund
Bobby "The Brain" Heenan
Bret "The Hitman" Hart
Bruno Sammartino
"Cowboy" Bob Orton
Brian Knobbs
"The Loose Cannon" Brian Pillman
Captain Lou Albano
"Mr Perfect" Curt Hennig
Diamond Dallas Page
"The Rock" Don Muraco
Dory Funk Jr.
"The American Dream" Dusty Rhodes
"Hot Stuff" Eddie Gilbert
Eddie Guerrero
Fritz Von Erich
George "The Animal" Steele
Greg "The Hammer" Valentine
Hacksaw Jim Duggan
"The King" Harley Race
Hawk
Hulk Hogan
Ivan Koloff
Ivan Putski
Jake "The Snake" Roberts
Jerry "The King" Lawler
Jerry Sags
"The Mouth Of The South" Jimmy Hart
Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka
Kerry Von Erich
Kevin Von Erich
Killer Kowalski
King Kong Bundy
Koko B Ware
Mil Mascaras
Mr. Fuji
Nikita Koloff
Nikolai Volkoff
One Man Gang
"The Rocket" Owen Hart
"Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff
"The Macho Man" Randy Savage
"The Model" Rick Martel
"Ravishing" Rick Rude
Rick Steiner
Ricky Morton
Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat
Robert Gibson
Rocky Johnson
"Rowdy" Roddy Piper
Sabu
"Big Poppa Pump" Scott Steiner
Sid Vicious
"Dr. Death" Steve Williams
Sting
"The Million Dollar Man" Ted DeBiase
Terry Frunk
The British Bulldog
The Dynamite Kid
The Grand Wizard
The Iron Sheik
The Sheik
The Ultimate Warrior
Tito Santana
"Mr. USA" Tony Atlas

5 - Extras
----------
I was hoping we'd get something cool like wrestler interviews (a la Legends 
2),
but it's all a bit crap really. Although they got Bret Hart to do the
voiceovers for some tips videos, I'd rather hear him talk about the industry
like a shoot interview. There's a memorial of dead wrestlers, but there
should've been pictures for each one, not the CGI models. Still, nothing to
cry over.

6 - Finishers
-------------
All finishers are executed by wiggling the right analogue stick when your
finisher bar has hit full. Your opponent will have to be dazed.

Note: This is not complete, so if you know how to execute said move (because 
I
really can't be arsed to go through all the wrestlers, get their meter up 
and
actually see how to apply them), then please drop me an e-mail with as many 
as
you know. Cheers.

Abdullah The Butcher
--------------------
Running Elbow Drop -
Jumping Headbutt -

Andre The Giant
---------------
Running Elbow Drop -
Samoan Drop -

Andy Kaufman
------------
Fallback Piledriver - Facing your opponent

Animal
------
Power Slam -
Power Press Slam -

Bam Bam Bigelow
---------------
Ashbury Park -

Baron Von Raschke
-----------------
The Claw -

Big John Studd
--------------
Butterfly Suplex -
Backbreaker -

"Superstar" Billy Graham
------------------------
Bear Hug -

Bob Backlund
------------
Crossface Chickenwing -

Bobby "The Brain" Heenan
------------------------
Low Blow -

"Cowboy" Bob Orton
------------------
Superplex -
Ace Crusher -

Bret "The Hitman" Hart
----------------------
Sharpshooter - At opponent's feet

Brian Knobbs
------------
Avalanche -
Back Breaker -

"The Loose Cannon" Brian Pillman
--------------------------------
Flying Lariat -
Vertebreaker -

Bruno Sammartino
----------------
Bear Hug -

Captain Lou Albano
------------------
Seated Front Suplex -

"Mr Perfect" Curt Hennig
------------------------
Perfect Plex -

Diamond Dallas Page
-------------------
Diamond Cutter -

"The Rock" Don Muraco
---------------------
Spinning Piledriver -

Dory Funk Jr.
-------------
Spinning Toe Hold -

"The American Dream" Dusty Rhodes
---------------------------------
Bionic Elbow -

"Hot Stuff" Eddie Gilbert
-------------------------
Cradle Piledriver -

Eddie Guerrero
--------------
5 Star Frog Splash -
Gory Special -

Fritz Von Erich
---------------
The Claw -

George "The Animal" Steele
--------------------------
Steele Slam -

Greg "The Hammer" Valentine
---------------------------
Figure Four -

Hacksaw Jim Duggan
------------------
3-Point Clothesline -

"The King" Harley Race
----------------------
Fisherman Suplex -

Hawk
----
Jumping Lariat -
Power Press Slam - At opponent's feet

Hulk Hogan
----------
Running Leg Drop -
Gorilla Press Slam - Facing your opponent

Ivan Koloff
-----------
Bear Hug Slam -

Ivan Putski
-----------
Polish Hammer -
Rear Chinlock -

Jake "The Snake" Roberts
------------------------
DDT - At opponent's feet

Jerry "The King" Lawler
-----------------------
Sit Out Piledriver -

Jerry Sags
----------
Leaping Elbow -
Pumphandle Slam -

"The Mouth Of The South" Jimmy Hart
-----------------------------------
Russian Leg Sweep -

Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka
----------------------
Superfly Leap -
Surfboard -

Kerry Von Erich
---------------
Claw Of Death -

Kevin Von Erich
---------------
The Claw -

Killer Kowalski
---------------
The Claw -

King Kong Bundy
---------------
Avalanche -
Bear Hug -

Koko B Ware
-----------
Hanging Brainbuster -

Mil Mascaras
------------
Crossbody -
Gory Special -

Mr. Fuji
--------
Running Senton -
Cobra Twist -

Nikita Koloff
-------------
Hard Clothesline -
Russian Backbreacker -

Nikolai Volkoff
---------------
Russian Backbreaker -

One Man Gang
------------
Running Splash -
One-Hand Chokeslam -

"The Rocket" Owen Hart
----------------------
Sharpshooter - At opponent's feet

"Mr. Wonderful" Paul Orndorff
-----------------------------
Sit Out Piledriver -

"The Macho Man" Randy Savage
----------------------------
Top Rope Elbow Drop -
Inverted Piledriver -

"The Model" Rick Martel
-----------------------
Boston Crab -

"Ravishing" Rick Rude
---------------------
Neckbreaker -

Rick Steiner
------------
Bulldog -
Spinning Belly Belly -

Ricky Morton
------------
Crossbody -
Dropkick to face -

Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat
----------------------------
Crossbody -
Elevated Crusher -

Robert Gibson
-------------
Missile Dropkick -
Rocker Dropper -

Rocky Johnson
-------------
Boston Crab -

"Rowdy" Roddy Piper
-------------------
Sleeper -

Sabu
----
Flying Leg Drop -
Camel Clutch -

"Big Poppa Pump" Scott Steiner
------------------------------
Frankensteiner -
Spinning Belly Belly -

Sid Vicious
-----------
Shoulder Powerbomb -

"Dr. Death" Steve Williams
--------------------------
Gutwrench Powerbomb -
Elevated Powerbomb -

Sting
-----
Scorpian Deathlock - at opponent's feet

"The Million Dollar Man" Ted DeBiase
------------------------------------
Million Dollar Dream -

Terry Frunk
-----------
Fallback Piledriver -
Spinning Toe Hold -

The British Bulldog
-------------------
Running Powerslam -
Power Press Slam -

The Dynamite Kid
----------------
Kamizake Headbutt -
Overhead Belly -

The Grand Wizard
----------------
Low Blow -

The Iron Sheik
--------------
Camel Clutch -

The Sheik
---------
Camel Clutch -

The Ultimate Warrior
--------------------
Free Press -

Tito Santana
------------
Flying Forearm -
Figure Four Leglock -

"Mr. USA" Tony Atlas
--------------------
Gorilla Press Slam -

7 - Glitches
------------
Sadly, this game is full of glitches and it really brings what I thought was
a very decent game down quite a bit. I mean, don't Acclaim employ testers
for this stuff? It's as if they haven't even had a look at it. Within a
minute of playing, I experienced a glitch, for Pete's sake. Anyway, here's a
list of known glitches so far:

- One of the most common is where you apply a move, but then the character
you're applying it to is not connected with your character completely, so
while they still feel the effects of the move, it doesn't "look" correct. An
example is Sting's "Scorpian Death Lock" - I applied it and the player was a
little bit across the ring as if an invisible man was applying it to him.
- A variation of the above, in that your player is applying a move to thin
air. An example is an armbar - I was applying one to Rick Rude, when he
seemingly slipped out of it and was fine, while I was still armbarring thin
air. Rude wasn't being injured by it, and I left it for a number of minutes
whilst it still applied this move. A horrible, horrible glitch.
- One that is immensely annoying is that I was half way through executing a
move, when it swapped my move for the opponents and soon enough, I was the
one being injured. Possible the worst glitch of the lot, but I've only
experienced it once, thankfully.
- This is a common one, but not too annoying. Quite a few times, for no
reason at all, after a move has been executed, both wrestlers will "freeze
up" for about 2 seconds before either can fight, regardless of how hard you
smash the buttons.
- Wrestlers sporadically moving from one area of the ring to another mid-
move (molecular transferrance isn't possible yet, you fools! :|).
- This has only happened once, but I was able to run through other wrestlers
like I was Neo or something...
- In the Battle Royale mode (which should be "Royal", this isn't the Kinji
Fukasaku film!), Jerry Lawler entered and had a black line over his face. At
first, I thought it was poorly animated hair, but upon his turning around, I
discovered it wasn't, but another damn dirty glitch.
- Very irritating is this one, if you perform a power move near the ropes,
you made move in and or through the ropes, as if they weren't there, and you
don't need a Science lesson to tell you that even if the ropes weren't 
there,
you would fall over the edge of the ring and to the outside, yet they fail
to do so.
- Tying in with the above, using my "super-easy" technique, I was about to
throw the guy out, but something messed up, and we both ended up outside the
ring, but floating as if we were standing on an invisible apron, and the
countdown timer still going. I won the match via countout (or
disqualification, as all the damn games seem to call it), but I was damn
confused.
- I'm not 100% sure if this is a glitch, but I thought it was odd 
nonetheless
- I was Sting, fighting some guy and I went to a Stinger Splash, but dived
over the top rope and out of the ring. My wrestling knowledge tells me that
- a) The Stinger Splash is a move done in the corner, and b) You don't dive
out of the ring when your opponent is inside :\
- Again annoying, but it happens in many wrestling games, if you pick up the
ladder and hit the opponent, it doesn't always register as a hit, even 
though
it was a perfectly timed hit. This works the same way with stomping someone
who is on the floor. Once their meter has filled up and they can recover,
there is a 1 second period where they don't get up - surely stomping would
still register?
- You get grabbed by the head but they do nothing and the match just 
freezes.
- In a Battle Royale, I was in a grapple and I suddenly "fell" under the 
ring
as if it were invisible and I was eliminated. Quite irritating, as you can
imagine.
- Credit: NCCAJUNSON@cs.com - During a tag team match, the screen turns
green and remains inactive for over 2 minutes allegedly before returning and
strangely enough, in a pinfall position.
- Credit: NCCAJUNSON@cs.com - Sometimes, wrestlers will tie-up and unlike a
similar glitch earlier, be unable to escape, but still be able to move your
wrestler.
- Credit: lee2ko3@yahoo.com - I punched my opponent, but the damage
appeared on my meter and I was the one hit, while my opponent was fine in
both of those respects.
- Credit: fiendskull9@yahoo.com - I was shaken from the cage, but flew high
in the air and upon landing, was "engulfed" in the ring. Upon being 
grappled,
I flew in the air.

If you have any glitches to submit that are not of the above, please send
them to shaneo632@hotmail.com - you will be given full credit.

8 - CALs
--------
CALs are, in case you didn't know, Legends that can be made in Create A
Legend mode. Just use these details in said mode for each wrestler. Credit 
to
bruiserbrody from the GameFaqs forums for these CALs. Check out his
site at http://showdown-low.tripod.com/ for more cool CALs:

Arn Anderson
------------
Edit Dory Funk Jr. red trunks
Head: 8
Height: 74
Weight: 240
Facial Hair: Beard small stache
Wristbands: taped
Shoes: Shiny
Body Entrance Gear: Red
Upper Body: 23-23-50-50-50-50
Lower Body: 50-50-50-50-50

Bobby Eaton
-----------
Edit Ricky Morton 1
Head: 4
Height: 72
Weight: 267
Upper Body #s: 33-29-50-33-32-35
Lower Body #s: 65-66-57-48-40
Boots: Hacksaw (white)
Tights: Mil Mascaras 2
Wrists: Taped

Bruiser Brody
-------------
Edit Randy Savage 1
Head: 5
Height: 81
Upper #s: 31-31-61-39-40-50
Lower #s: 76-76-62-59-66
Facial Hair: Full Beard: Black
Knee Pads: turtle shells
Shoes: Big John Studd 1
Body Entrance Gear: Chains
Right Elbow Pad: Master
Short shorts-Wrestling

Buddy Jack Roberts
------------------
Edit Dusty Rhodes
Head 9
Hair: Thick Back-White
Height: 69
Weight: 230
Elbow Pads: Bandage
Tights: Japan
Knee Pads: Pastel
Shoes: Bob Backlund
Upper #s: 23-23-33-33-35-31
Lower #s: 38-63-50-50-50

Cactus Jack
-----------
Edit: Lou Albano 1
Head: 9
Facial Hair: Shadow: Black
Body:
Height: 73
Weight: 354 (trust me)
Upper: 15-13-29-18-21-23
Lower: 36-38-33-32-29
Wrist Bands: both taped
Sleevless Shirt: Desert Shirt
Pants and boots: SAME

Chris Benoit
------------
Edit Dynamite Kid
Head: 5
Facial Hair: Shadow (light Brown)
Height: 70
Weight: 233
Tights: The Ayatollah 1
Shoes: Bob Backlund
Upper #s: 20-17-32-34-35-33
Lower #s: 28-27-39-39-33

Chris Jericho
-------------
Edit Greg Valentine 1
Head: 2
Facial Hair: W Beard (dark blonde)
Weight: 246
Height: 72
Tights: Ayatollah 2
Boots: Blue Flame
Right Elbow Pad: Master
Wrist Bands: Jerry Lawler
Upper Body #s: 17-17-28-34-35-35
Lower Body #s: 34-32-34-34-30
Entrance Body: Hogan 2 (Black sleevless shirt)

Jimmy Garvin
------------
First -Jimmy
Last- Garvin
nickname- Jam(they wont say it but use it anyway)
hometown- Atlanta, GA
rep- villian
music- Big John Studd
head 8
hair male puffy cut(make darkest brown you can)
facial hair- beard small stache(make dark brown, match hair)
Gear:
tights-andy kaufman 2
both shoes- hacksaw 2
both wrists- wrap
both gloves- wrap
head entrance- koko
body entrance- white(jacket)
height- 70
weight- 230
head-25
neck-36
chest-50
arms-60
forearms-26
hands-30
hips-88
butt-80
thighs-46
calves-36
feet-34
skin 3, with heavy male hair
Here is the last of the Freebirds: Terry Bam Bam Gordy
EDIT a Kerry Von Erich!!
first name- Terry
last name- gordy(not in , so you must type it)
nickname- Bam Bam(its in there!)
hometown- Atlanta ,GA
rep- villian
music- Big John Studd or Kerry Von Erich
head- 4
hair- male puffy cut(make a light brown)
body(go to customize)
height- 78
weight-326
body:
head -28
neck-32
chest-58
arms-32
forearms-10
hands- 44
hips-87
butt-100
thighs-50
calves-50
feet-67
Gear:
both wrists-taped
short shorts- wrestling(they are plain black)
both knees(do this first before you do boots!)- shin
both shoes- hacksaw 2
*If you want entrance use - the white jacket , like I did
for Jimmy Garvin!

Jim "The Anvil" Neidhart
------------------------
Edit Lou Albano (Black shorts and no shirt)
Edit skin to last one on list (tan skin)
His beard will turn the same color of the skin until you edit it.
Hair: Stubble (dark reddish brown)
Facial Hair: Small Vandyke: (Drak reddish brown)
Light Body Hair
Sleevless: Bret Hart (with hart on it)
Elbow pads: Legends
Wrists: taped
Tights: Bret Hart 2
Knee Pads: Legends
Boots: Bret Hart
Entrance Gear Body: Bret Hart 2
Entrance Gear Head: Glasses 2

Junk Yard Dog
-------------
Edit Tony Atals (Short trunks)
Head: 1
Facial Hair: Peach Fuzz: Black
Body Edits:
Weight: 338
Height: 71
Upper: 23-18-30-20-20-20
Lower: 70-60-50-50-40-35
Gear:
Tights: More Tights
Both Shoes: Scott Steiner 2
Entrance Gear: Body: Chain

Kamala
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Edit Abdullah the butcher
Head: 9
Skin: 6
Face Paint: Ugandan Nightmare
Facial Hair: W Beard (Black)
Tattoo: Torso: Ugandan Nightmare
Gear: Short shorts: Snuka 1
Shoes: Scott Steiner (black)
Gear: Entrance: Head: Tribal 3

Kane (first outfit)
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Edit Bret Hart 4
Height- 84
Weight-329
Upper Body- 27-31-57-58-59-59
Lower Body- 61-63-58-58-58
Head: 9
GEAR:
Mask: Claw
Long Sleeve Shirt: Claw
Tights- Claw
Boots: Ted Dibiase
Right Glove: Claw

Kevin Nash
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Head: 3
Hair: Long (brown)
Facial Hair: Stubble-Dark Brown
Height: 81
Weight: 281
Upper #s: 27-18-34-23-23-35
Lower #s: 58-43-39-40-40
GEAR:
Upper: Sleevless: Master
Lower: Pants: Master
Shoes: Rubber

Lex Luger
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Edit Big John Studd (Need to change the skin)
Head: 5
Hair: Long light brown
Height: 77
Weight: 285
Upper #s: 19-36-50-50-50-50
Lower #s: 50-50-50-50-50
Wrists: Taped
Short Shorts: Wrestling
Knee pads: Original 2
Boots: Hacksaw 2 (white)

Magnum TA
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Edit Kerry VonErich
Head: 2
Facial Hair: Hogan Stache: Dark Blonde
Hair: Long: Dark Blonde
Height: 74
Weight: 244
Upper #s: 23-23-12-11-14-17
Lower #s: 28-27-32-33-35
Short Shorts: Wrestling
Wrists: taped
Boots: Hacksaw 2 (white)
Knee Pads: Standard 2
Body Entrance: Black

Michael "PS" Hayes
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First name- Michael
Last name-Haynes(there isnt a Hayes!)
nickname- P(no PS either, but this sounds close enough)
Hometown- Atlanta, GA
Music- Big John Studd or one of your choosing
Head- 5
Hair- long male hair(make a dirty blonde)
facial hair- beard small stache(make very dark brown, dark as you
can!)
GEAR:
tights- andy kaufman 2
both shoes- hacksaw 2
both wrists- wrap
both gloves- wrap
head entrance- koko
skin 3 with medium male body hair
Body:
height- 70 inches
wieght- 233
head- 31
neck- 43
chest- 59
upper arms-69
forearms= 26
hands- 50
hips-100
butt-78
thighs-50
calves-50
feet- 50

Be sure to use taunts like the double hand hair fix and the strut
walk, maybe even the rick rude taunt!

Ole Anderson
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Edit Dory Funk Jr.
Head: 4
Facial Hair: Full Beard (light brown)
Height: 74
Weight: 288
Upper #s: 46-37-51-34-33-39
Lower #s: 77-81-59-58-50
Wrists: Taped
Boots: Bob Backlund
Short-shorts: Wrestling

Ric Flair
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Edit: Paul Orndorff: Blue Trunks
Head: 2
Hair: Mid Male Hair: White
Body: The numbers are going to be WEIRD here but it is the ONLY way he isn't
way too bulky and muscular looking for Flair!
Height: 72
Weight: 239
Upper: 21-21-39-7-8-11
Lower: 72-72-49-34-24
Gear:
Kneepads: Bulldog 3
Shoes: Scott Steiner 2
Short shorts: Philly Boxer
Entrance Gear: Keep the same (Blue Robe)

Rob Van Dam
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Edit Tito Santana El Matadore costume
Change skin to #3 (this WILL make the hair turn the skin color, but the
color is light brown so itís not too bad.
Gear: Lower: Singlet: Whole Show
Shoes: Super Cross
Knee Pads: Shin
Upper Gear: Gloves: Wrap
Wrist bands: taped
Keep measurements the same
TAKE OFF ENTRANCE GEAR (Body)

Scott Hall
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Edit Randy Savage 1
Head: 5
Facial Hair: Shadow: GREY
Head Band: Half Rag
Gear:
Right Elbow Pad: Master
Short Shorts: Drip
Knee Pads: Drip
Boots: Drip
Entrance Gear: Head none
Body: Hulk 1

Sgt. Slaughter
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Edit Jake Roberts
- First thing, go to hair and ad any style at all and
the back of Jakes hair will vanish. Then, go into edit
and delete what ever style you added leaving Jake with
short hair.
-Head 9
Height 76
Weight: 304
Short Sleeve Shirt: Camo
Both Elbow Pads: Open Cut
Both Wrist Bands: Stud
Tights: Mortician Tights
Boots: Army Boot
Head Entrance Gear: Glasses 1
Singlet: Dark Ages
Upper #s: 40-39-83-45-50-50
Lower #s: 81-100-71-72-67

Shawn Michaels
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Edit Dynamite Kid
Head: 7
Skin: Tattoo: Upper Right Arm: Broken Heart
Body: Weight: 240 (Need to change this so he isn't all bulky)
Height: 70
Upper: 17-13-17-11-11-11
Lower: 24-27-30-27-23
Gear:
Lower: Tights: Rocker
Shoes: Hacksaw 2
Gear Upper:
Wrist bands: Stud
Gloves: Ripped
Entrance Gear:
Body: White Vest
Head: Small glasses

Stan Hansen
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Edit Sid Vicious 1
Head: 4
Height: 75
Weight: 361
Hair: Full Head (Brown)
Facial Hair: Large Curl
Head Entrance: Bob Orton
Upper body: 37-29-38-35-32-33
Lower body: 50-50-50-50-50

Stan Lane
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Edit Roddy Piper: long hair
Facial Hair: Stubble (grayish)
Head: 2
Height: 74
Weight: 235
Upper Body #s: 30-29-50-50-50-50
Lower Body #s: 50-50-50-50-50
Boots: Hacksaw (white)
Tights: Hulk Hogan (Yellow)
Wrists: Both Taped

Stone Cold Steve Austin
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ORIGINAL
Head: 2
Height: 74
Weight: 253
Upper Body #s: 19-23-34-28-28-28
Lower Body #s: 33-33-38-38-39
Wrists: Taped
Knee Pads: Braces
Boots: Bob Backlund
Short Shorts: Wrestling
Vest: Stunner Vest

Terry "Bam Bam" Gordy
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Edit Brian Pillman
Head: 4
Height: 78
Weight: 334
Short Shorts: Wrestling
Knee Pads: Turtle Shells
Shoes: Scott Steiner 2
Upper #s: 43-43-43-22-24-24
Lower #s: 54-65-61-59-50

The Big Boss Man
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Edit Rick Rude (Short hair)
Head: SAME
Hair: SAME
Facial Hair: Small Vandyke (black)
Weight: 348
Height: 75
Upper #s: 42-34-100-37-50-50
Lower #s: 97-100-100-100-100
Short Sleve Shirt: Police
Pants: Slacks
Boots: Scott Steiner 2 (Black)

The Undertaker (Old School)
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Edit Bret Hart 4
Head: 5
Facial Hair: Shadow (Dark Red)
Height: 81
Weight: 322
Body sizes Upper 23-23-50-50-50-50
Lower: 50-50-50-50-50
GEAR:
Mortician: Short Sleeve Shirt
tights
boots
wrist wraps: studded
Gloves: Dead man

Triple H
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Edit Randy Savage 1
Head: 3
Facial Hair: The Sheik: Dark brown
Height: 78
Weight: 284
Short Shorts: Wrestling
Elbow Pads: Basic
Knee Pads: turtle shell
Boots: Bob Backlund
Upper #s: 23-23-50-50-50-50
Lower #s: 51-57-58-53-52

Tully Blanchard
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Edit Bob Orton: Red trunks
Head: 6
Height: 73
Weight: 270 (trust me)
Light Body Hair
Shoes: Ted Dibiase
Body Entrance: Red
Upper Body: 23-23-34-30-30-30
Lower Body: 40-40-40-35-30

9 - FAQ
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Here is where all questions I am asked, whether frequently or not,
will be answered. Any questions? Send to shaneo632@hotmail.com.
Questions such as "how do you do xxx move" will not be answered,
because if I knew, they'd be in the Finisher section.

Q - "Please tell me how to tag my partner - NOWHERE in the booklet
gives you any instruction."

A - Push the upper joystick towards your partner, when he gets
next to him , press X. Keep trying until you get it.

Q - "How do I get my tag team partner to not only tag, but get out
of the ring?"

A - This is not something I've experienved, so just use the above
method to tag instead.

Q - "How do you get wrestlers to revolve?"

A - To my knowledge, you can't, I just assumed that it was part of
the game's engine. If anyone knows different, please hit me with an
e-mail. Cheers.

Q - "What button do you mash repeatily to get your wrestler off
the mat when he has been slammed?"

A - Square.

Q - "What do you mean by "wiggling" the right analog stick to
execute a finisher?"

A - Just move it from side to side. Part of this may be where you
have the opponent positioned - if it's not in the right place, the
move won't work.

Q - "I can't do the Randy Savage elbow drop from the top rope. Is
this another glitch?"

A - No, there is a way to execute it, but I am yet to discover it
(at time of writing, I've been away 3 days, but I shall check
soon).

Q - "You say there are no unlockables, but others say different."

A - Despite the persistent rumors, it is to my knowledge that
there are no unlockables in this game.

Q - "How do tag-team manoeuvers work?"

A - It's a matter of timing - it's all about both players tapping
the button at the same time and of course, being in said position
for the move.

Q - "Do you know if they plan on releasing a PC version of this
game?"

A - It appears there was, but all sites have since pulled their
data of the PC version, so I guess the release had been canned.

Q - "Which version is better - PS2 or X-Box?"

A - From what I've played, I'd say PS2 - it just looks slicker in
my opinion. Bear in mind that I don't own an X-Box, so I'm biased
to PS2.

10 - Credits
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Thanks to anyone who reads this (the buzz I've had is quite
shocking) and my dad for buying it ;)

If you have anything to add or have any questions you want answered (if
there are a lot, I'll make an FAQ section to this...FAQ), please send
to shaneo632@hotmail.com with the subject title "Showdown Walkthrough".
Thanks!

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