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WWE 2K20 roster reveal: every confirmed wrestler, including Hulk Hogan, Bray Wyatt & Molly Holly

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The WWE 2K20 roster reveal is complete, and confirms that 2K has listened to the clamour for Bray Wyatt's The Fiend alter-ego: despite debuting as recently as Summerslam, Wyatt is coming, albeit as DLC. Other key developments see Hulk Hogan return, while surprise 2K19 omissions Tommaso Ciampa and Nikki Cross are back too. The WWE 2K20 legends list also gets some new (old) faces, in Jerry Lawler, X-Pac and Molly Holly. Scroll on for ten pages' worth of profiles covering every confirmed member of the final, official WWE 2K20 roster. 

AJ Styles & Karl Anderson & Luke Gallows

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Styles appeared on the cover of WWE 2K19, and remains one of the company’s hottest acts following a summer heel turn and realignment with old buddies Gallows and Anderson. That unification should see the latter pair stay in WWE despite rumours of their departure, and ensure all three make WWE 2K20.

Adam Cole, Bobby Fish, Kyle O’Reilly & Roderick Strong

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MVPs of the NXT brand for the past 12 months, The Undisputed Era were rewarded for their efforts in April when leader Adam Cole ensnared the NXT Championship – while O’Reilly and Fish remain perennial tag contenders and/or champs. Expect a main roster call-up after WrestleMania 36.

Akam & Rezar

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Authors Of Pain looked set for a dominant main roster spell after enthralling feuds with DIY and The Revival in NXT. Then manager Paul Ellering was replaced by Drake Maverick - and the all-conquering heels became comedy characters. Thankfully, their rebuild project on Raw is now underway. 

Akira Tozawa & Ariya Tozawa

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In terms of being comprehensive, another 12 months of these 205 Live stalwarts in 2K20 is cheer-worthy news - but it doesn't extend to Daivari's early-year tag partner Hideo Itami. The Japanese returned to NJPW under his previous guise of KENTA in the summer, bringing an end to his 2K time.

Aleister Black

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Bizarrely limited to close-up backstage promos rather than actual wrestling matches for much of 2019, WWE's fanbase is unlikely to utilise this flying Dutchman as bizarrely as Smackdown's script writers. In addition to his kick-tastic standard character, we're getting 'Wicked' Aleister Black as WWE Originals DLC. 

Alexa Bliss

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Rumours of retirement due to concussion issues stalked Raw's self-proclaimed goddess during 2019's early months, but a return to the ring over the summer saw her capture the women's tag titles with unlikely tag partner Nikki Cross. Bliss now seems set for another run at singles glory in 2020.

Ali

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Known as Mustafa Ali in WWE 2K19, the high-flying Chicagoan had his name shortened to merely Ali in March – and has since proven one of Smackdown's most consistent performers. A US or Intercontinental title run surely beckons in 2020.

Alicia Fox

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Fox retired from in-ring competition this year - though no fan realised it until she showed up in a WWE legends segment on Raw Reunion alongside company alumni Torrie Wilson, Kaitlyn and Santino Marella. Alas, that latter trio is incredibly unlikely to make a WWE 2K20 appearance.

Andrade & Zelina Vega

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Much like Ali, the former Andrade 'Cien' Almas underwent a name change in 2019 that made him sound generic on paper. Thankfully, his in-ring skills prove anything but mundane. Even better news is that his manager Zelina Vega gets an upgrade. Relegated to NPC territory last year, this time around - to the community's delight - she's playable.

Andre The Giant & Big Boss Man & Randy Savage & Roddy Piper

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This quartet of '80s legends were all confirmed as far back as the game's reveal trailer  in August - though you had to look closely to notice. Andre, Boss Man and Savage appeared briefly in portraits, while Piper was glimpsed in statue form. Depressingly, all four are no longer with us. 

Angelo Dawkins & Montez Ford

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When Paul Heyman took over the week-to-week running of Raw in July his first act was to give NXT tag champions Street Profits exposure on the main roster. They didn’t disappoint, bringing energy and laughs to backstage skits with interview Charly Caruso. Dawkins and Ford have more than earned their spots here.

Apollo Crews & Titus O'Neil

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Collectively known as the Titus Brand and with manager Dana Brooke in tow, Crews and O'Neil put in encouraging 2018 performances on Raw - but title gold evaded them, and they were split up in April's Superstar Shake-Up. A WWE 2K20 reunion, with or without Brooke, would be best for both.