Ranking Every Pro Wrestling Video Game for the SNES

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Ranking Every Pro Wrestling Video Game for the SNES
Illustration by Tetsuo Hara, property of Capcom

In the early '90s, digital versions of men like Bret Hart and Sting along with fictional wrestlers like Jumbo Flapjack burst into the homes of many a gamer, some with spectacularly fun results, others testing our patience.

Just two years after the Super Nintendo (SNES) video game system debuted, LJN developed the first wrestling game for the new system.

Gamers could now put on their own slobberknockers, 16-bit style.

1994 was a year crowded with SNES wrestling options. WCW put out its own game as did WWE. On top of that, three games featuring created wrestlers hit the shelves during that year.

Using hindsight and finger-muscle memory, let's look back at SNES' most horrid and most awesome offerings.

Note: Japanese-only games such as Super Fire Pro Wrestling Special are excluded here.

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