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Retro Game Walkthroughs For
"WWF Raw is War"
(Xbox)

Retro Game Walkthroughs for WWF Raw is War (Xbox)
Submitted By: Liquid H20
Match Types

Exhibition:
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-Single Match: A normal one on one 3-Fall match. You can play
against a
human or
computer player.

-Tag Team Match: Two versus Two(tag format).

-Tornado Match: Two against two again. In a Tornado match, both
members of the Tag-team are in the ring at the same time; as there is no tagging.

-Triple Threat: Three human or computer players against each
other.

-Fatal 4-Way: Same as Triple Threat but with four people.

-Battle Royal: A "last man standing" match. The last person not
to be pinned out of four people wins.

-Handicap matches: Two or three against one! For very skilled
players only.

-King Of The Ring: A tournament of single matches. It is an
elimination contest.

Title Match:
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-WWF Championship: Fight your way up to win the WWF title and an
anonymous secret
character(skip to the Secrets and Codes section for more info).
You fight guys like The Rock, Stone Cold, Rikishi, and William Regal.

-Intercontinental: Fight against people like Chris Jericho,
Bradshaw, Chris Benoit, etc. until you win the IC title.

-European: No secret characters here. Several people in this
ranking are: Crash Holly, Eddie Guerrero, Al Snow, and Perry Saturn.

-Hardcore: Anything goes here. No weapons or holds barred. Beat
your opponents with weapons until you win the hardcore title and another secret wrestler. Several people in this rank: Raven, Big Show, and Hardcore Holly.

-Light-heavyweight: There is not much point in winning this title
unless you need practice or want to get every single weapon/belt. Several superstars in this rank: Taka Michinoku, Funaki, and Christian.

-Women's Title: Beat three women to win this title. Even male
wrestlers can win it(I won it as The Rock). It's a good title to start off at. All women are in this(three are picked
randomly): Molly Holly, Lita, Trish Stratus, Ivory, and the newly
won Stephanie McMahon who you get by winning the title.

6. Secrets and Codes
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Get Stephanie McMahon:
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To unlock Stephanie McMahon, win the Women's Championship.

Get Shane McMahon:
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To get Shane, win the Hardcore title.

Get Vince McMahon:
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To unlock Vince, win the WWF Heavyweight title.

Get Fred Durst:
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To unlock Fred Durst from Limp Bizkit, win every title.

Get Spike Dudley's Glasses:
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To get Spike Dudley's glasses and be able to use them as a
weapon: Attack Spike on his way to the ring. Unlock Triple H's water bottle:
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Attack Triple H on his way to the ring.

Full-Screen Entrances:
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To make a wrestler's entrance video be full screen, press the X
Button when they are coming out.

Stack Tables:
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If you are doing a hardcore match have two or three tables, set
one up right below the stage so that its facing length ways. Then get another table and run up the stairs to the top of the stage. Set it up lenghth-way again and slowly push it off the stage so that it lands on top of the other table below. There you go.

MORE CODES/SECRETS COMING SOON!!

7. Move List(coming soon!):
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The Move List part of the FAQ will be coming soon. I can't find
any way inside the game to find a list. I might have to take them from the Prima Official Strategy guide like I did with WWF No Mercy.

8. Weapon List:
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#1 Crown Attack D, Effectiveness C
#2 Stone Cold Hat Attack E, Effectiveness E
#3 Chef Hat Attack E, Effectiveness E
#4 Stone Cold Hat 2 Attack E, Effectiveness E
#5 Hat 1 Attack E, Effectiveness E
#6 Python Attack D, Effectiveness D
#7 Gold Medal 1 Attack A, Effectiveness S
#8 Gold Medal 2 Attack D, Effectiveness C
#9 Spiked Collar Attack D, Effectiveness D
#10 ITC Belt Attack A, Effectiveness B
#11 European Belt Attack B, Effectiveness B
#12 Saturn Hat Attack E, Effectiveness E
#13 Rock Shades Attack E, Effectiveness E
#14 Baseball Cap Attack E, Effectiveness E
#15 Bubba Ray Glasses Attack E, Effectiveness E
#16 D-Von Glasses Attack E, Effectiveness E
#17 Kane Mask Attack E, Effectiveness D
#18 Mankind Mask Attack E, Effectiveness D
#19 Christian Shades Attack E, Effectiveness E
#20 Edge Shades Attack E, Effectiveness E
#21 Undertaker Shades Attack E, Effectiveness E
#22 Cool Headphone Attack E, Effectiveness D
#23 Twisted Towel Attack E, Effectiveness E
#24 Parrot Attack E, Effectiveness D
#25 Spiked Belt Attack D, Effectiveness D
#26 Cheesehead Attack C, Effectiveness D
#27 Japanese Hat 1 Attack E, Effectiveness D
#28 Hardcore Belt Attack B, Effectiveness B
#29 Heavyweight Belt Attack S, Effectiveness B
#30 Women's belt Attack C, Effectiveness B
#31 Swan Belt Attack D, Effectiveness E
#32 Santa Hat Attack E, Effectiveness E
#33 Bandanna 1 Attack E, Effectiveness E
#34 Bandanna 2 Attack E, Effectiveness E
#35 Bandanna 3 Attack E, Effectiveness E
#36 Bandanna 4 Attack E, Effectiveness E
#37 Bandanna 5 Attack E, Effectiveness E
#38 Triple H Hat Attack E, Effectiveness E
#39 Army Hat Attack E, Effectiveness E
#40 Wool Hat Attack E, Effectiveness E
#41 Miner Helmet Attack D, Effectiveness D
#42 Baseball Helmet Attack D, Effectiveness D
#43 Somebrero Attack E, Effectiveness E
#44 Headdress Attack E, Effectiveness E
#45 Turban Attack E, Effectiveness E
#46 Japanese Hat 2 Attack E, Effectiveness E
#47 Military Helmet Attack D, Effectiveness D
#48 Cowboy Hat Attack E, Effectiveness E
#49 Viking Helmet Attack C, Effectiveness C
#50 Venetian Colalr Attack E, Effectiveness E
#51 Gold Necklace Attack D, Effectiveness D
#52 Gas Mask Attack D, Effectiveness D
#53 Doctor's Mask Attack E, Effectiveness E
#54 Bullets Attack C, Effectiveness C
#55 Spike Glasses Attack E, Effectiveness E
#56 Eyepatch Attack E, Effectiveness E
#57 Silver Necklace Attack E, Effectiveness D
#58 Glasses 1 Attack E, Effectiveness E
#59 Glasses 2 Attack E, Effectiveness E
#60 X-Ray Glasses Attack E, Effectiveness E
#61 Heart Glasses Attack E, Effectiveness E
#62 Half Mask Attack E, Effectiveness E
#63 LHW Belt Attack B, Effectiveness B
#64 Hero Belt Attack C, Effectiveness C
#65 Soda Can 1 Attack D, Effectiveness D
#66 Cactus Attack D, Effectiveness C
#67 Judge Gavel Attack D, Effectiveness D
#68 Short Steel Pipe Attack C, Effectiveness B
#69 Long Steel Pipe Attack B, Effectiveness A
#70 Microphone 1 Attack D, Effectiveness D
#71 Microphone 2 Attack D, Effectiveness D
#72 Microphone 3 Attack D, Effectiveness D
#73 Water Bottle Attack D, Effectiveness D
#74 Stuffed Animal Attack E, Effectiveness E
#75 Trashcan 1 Attack A, Effectiveness D
#76 Trashcan 2 Attack C, Effectiveness D
#77 Trashcan Lid Attack B, Effectiveness D
#78 Steel Chair 1 Attack B, Effectiveness C
#79 Steel Chair 2 Attack B, Effectiveness C
#80 Table 1 Attack A, Effectiveness D
#81 Broken Table 1 Attack C, Effectiveness C
#82 Table 2 Attack A, Effectiveness D
#83 Broken Table 2 Attack C, Effectiveness C
#84 Storage Box Attack A, Effectiveness C
#85 Cardboard box Attack D, Effectiveness D
#86 Wooden Crate Attack C, Effectiveness C
#87 Ladder Attack B, Effectiveness C
#88 Plant 1 Attack C, Effectiveness C
#89 Plant 2 Attack D, Effectiveness D
#90 Fire Extinguisher Attack C, Effectiveness B
#91 Wooden Stick 1 Attack C, Effectiveness C
#92 Wooden Stick 2 Attack C, Effectiveness C
#93 Dartboard Attack C, Effectiveness D
#94 Bowling Ball Attack B, Effectiveness D
#95 Plastic Hand Attack E, Effectiveness D
#96 Strap Attack D, Effectiveness E
#97 Cigar Attack E, Effectiveness E
#98 Soda Can 2 Attack D, Effectiveness D
#99 Soda Can 3 Attack D, Effectiveness D
#100 Banana Attack E, Effectiveness E
#101 Soda Bottle 1 Attack C, Effectiveness B
#102 TV Monitor Attack A, Effectiveness B
#103 Cell Phone Attack E, Effectiveness D
#104 Ashtray Attack D, Effectiveness D
#105 Weight 1 Attack C, Effectiveness C
#106 Weight 2 Attack C, Effectiveness C
#107 Soda Mug Attack D, Effectiveness D
#108 Playing Card Attack E, Effectiveness E
#109 Showerhead Attack D, Effectiveness D
#110 Head Attack C, Effectiveness C
#111 Chair Seat 1 Attack D, Effectiveness D
#112 Barbed Wire 2X4 Attack S, Effectiveness S
#113 Bazooka Attack C, Effectiveness C
#114 Kendo Stick Attack B, Effectiveness D
#115 Tonfa Attack C, Effectiveness D
#116 Video Camera Attack S, Effectiveness C
#117 Pineapple Attack D, Effectiveness D
#118 Watermelon Attack D, Effectiveness D
#119 Baseball Bat Attack D, Effectiveness D
#120 Baseball Bat 2 Attack B, Effectiveness B
#121 Golf Club 1 Attack B, Effectiveness C
#122 Golf Club 2 Attack B, Effectiveness C
#123 Putter Attack C, Effectiveness C
#124 Wrench Attack C, Effectiveness C
#125 Umbrella 1 Attack E, Effectiveness D
#126 Umbrella 2 Attack D, Effectiveness C
#127 Sledgehammer Attack S, Effectiveness S
#128 Plunger Attack D, Effectiveness D
#129 Brush Attack C, Effectiveness D
#130 Motorcycle Handle Attack B, Effectiveness D
#131 Exhaust Pipe Attack B, Effectiveness D
#132 Frying Pan Attack C, Effectiveness D
#133 Stick Attack C, Effectiveness D
#134 Scale Attack B, Effectiveness C
#135 Rock Foam Attack E, Effectiveness E
#136 Chair Seat 2 Attack D, Effectiveness D
#137 Hardys Foam Attack E, Effectiveness E
#138 Dudleys Foam Attack E, Effectiveness E
#139 Portrait Attack D, Effectiveness D
#140 Snowboard Attack C, Effectiveness D
#141 Announcer Table 1 Attack C, Effectiveness D
#142 Bell Attack A, Effectiveness A
#143 Stop Sign Attack C, Effectiveness B
#144 Motorcycle Tire Attack D, Effectiveness D
#145 Steering Wheel Attack D, Effectiveness D
#146 Pumpkin Attack D, Effectiveness D
#147 Chair Seat 3 Attack D, Effectiveness D
#148 Announcer Table 2 Attack E, Effectiveness E
#149 Announcer Table 3 Attack E, Effectiveness E
#150 File Cabinet Attack A, Effectiveness C
#151 Giant Tuna Attack S, Effectiveness S
#152 Television Attack A, Effectiveness B
#153 Ring Stair 1 Attack A, Effectiveness B
#154 Ring Stair 2 Attack A, Effectiveness B
#155 Fighting Sticks Attack C, Effectiveness D
#156 Drumsticks Attack D, Effectiveness D
#157 Knife and Fork Attack C, Effectiveness A
#158 Broom Attack D, Effectiveness C
#159 Coat Hangers Attack D, Effectiveness D
#160 Batons Attack D, Effectiveness D
#161 Trash Can Lid Attack D, Effectiveness D
#162 Broken Chair 1 Attack C, Effectiveness C
#163 Broken Chair 2 Attack C, Effectiveness C
#164 Steel Chair 3 Attack A, Effectiveness C
#165 Steel Chair 4 Attack B, Effectiveness C
#166 Steel Chair 5 Attack B, Effectiveness C
#167 Steel Chair 5 Attack A, Effectiveness C
#168 Broken Chair 3 Attack C, Effectiveness C
#169 Broken Chair 4 Attack D, Effectiveness D
#170 Broken Chair 5 Attack C, Effectiveness D
#171 Broken Chair 6 Attack D, Effectiveness D
#172 Announcer Table 4 Attack E, Effectiveness E
#173 Ring Stair 3 Attack E, Effectiveness E
#174 APA Foam Attack E, Effectiveness E
#175 Slippers Attack E, Effectiveness E
#176 Announcer Table 5 Attack C, Effectiveness D
#177 Moppy Attack C, Effectiveness D
#178 Trophy Attack A, Effectiveness C

9. Controls
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Normal Moves
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-Walk: Control Pad
-Run: Analog Stick
-Grapple: A
-Strike: X
-Reversals/Block: Y+A+X
-Taunt: B
-Pin: B
-Tag Partner: B
-Pick up Weapon: B
-Move around Head: L or R Buttons

Finishing Move(groggy opponent+flashing)
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Finishers: A+B

10.Wrestlers
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Albert:
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A graduate of the WWF's training camp, Albert is the one of the
most powerful and colorful Superstars on the roster. His power moves, including his finishing maneuver, the Baldo Bomb, is the stuff of nightmares! Once a feared tag-team competitor with Test, the duo has since split ways, and Albert is now a feared and brutal competitor in the singles division.

Al Snow:
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Distressed over treatment by Federation brass in the past, Al
Snow claims he has been psychologically traumatized as a result of his former "gimmicks", which including Avatar
and Leif Cassidy. But in time, Al proved himself as a legitimate
WWF Superstar. Currently he can be seen training WWF hopefuls on
MTV's popular WWF Tough Enough series.

Big Show:
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The Big Show tore into the WWF-literally. He first showed up at
St. Valentine's Day Massacre in February 1999 by ripping through the ring canvas and, in an amazing display of strength, throwing Stone Cold Steve Austin through a Steel Cage! Whether it is lifting up at entire ring, or pulling the entire TitanTron down to the floor, he puts on a show that fans won't soon forget. Knowing he now has to prove himself in the federation, Show is hungrier than ever to prove that he can advance beyond the greatness everyone has set for him.

Billy Gunn:
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He was a three-time Tag Team Champion as the Smokin' Gunns, but
Billy Gunn achieved most of his success one he decided to become "Bad Ass". After being unceremoniously
removed from DX because of an injury, Billy Gunn returned to the federation as "The One". Whether it's in singles competition or in the tag team division, there's no denying "The One" is a phenomenal athlete-arguably the best pound-for-pound in the
federation!

Bradshaw:
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Bradshaw, the tough Texan, makes it clear that he loves to brawl with anyone. He, along with Faarooq, started the Acolyte Protection Agency with that in mind. The agency provides protection to any WWF Superstar, as long as they have cash, and as
long as they don't make any "suggestions" to the APA. The scouting report on the APA is simple: Don't make them mad. Faarooq and Bradshaw are two of the toughest S.O.B.s on the planet, and they love to kick ass for fun! And don't ever interrupt the APA when they're playing cards... it may be a painful experience!

Bubba Ray Dudley:
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The Dudley Boyz have made claims on many occasions that they are the best tag team in the world today, and they believe that history supports their beliefs. Once D-Von and Bubba Ray decided to combine their skills and compete as a tag team, and
they were virtually unstoppable. In addition, their finisher, 3D-the Dudley Death Drop-is one of the most feared maneuvers in the world. Since Bubba and D-Von have joined the WWF, the duo has made it their goal in life to "get wood" by putting
other Superstars through tables.

Chris Benoit:
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Chris Benoit's journey to the top has ended right where it should-on top-in the WWF. There is no doubt that this young man has already proven he can achieve extraordinary things inside the squared circle, and now that he's in the WWF, his career
may hit heights few have seen before.

Chris Jericho:
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He calls himself a new hero. Your new party host. "The Ayatollah of Rock n'Rollah". The Y2J problem. Call him whatever you want, but the fact remains...Chris Jericho has arrived in the WWF! With one of the most spectacular entrances in
the history of sports-entertainment, Jericho made his debut live in Chicago on Raw! He feels that he is
here to save the federation, and that every single Superstar should just, "Shut the **** up!".

Christian:
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Christian is an impressive young athlete. This warrior is fearless in the ring, and often risks his own health in order to execute maneuvers. He is destined to lead the WWF into the next Millenium. Former tag team champion with his brother Edge, he
destroyed the bond permanently when he attacked his brother with a vicious chairshot. Now, Christian
is destined to prove that his star will rise even higher as a singles competitor.

Crash Holly:
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When Hardcore Holly introduced his cousin, Crash to the World Wrestling Federation, a
new era of "super-heavyweights" was ushered in. Crash has the same delusion as his veteran cousin. He feels that at a level of competition where facing anyone under 6'6" and 400 pounds would be a waste of time. As the Hardcore Champion, Crash proved
that what he lacked in size, he makes up for with his heart. Time and time again, Crash seems to get in over his head, yet he still seems to find a way to win.

D-Von Dudley:
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The Dudley Boyz have made claims on many occasions that they are the best tag team in the world today, and they believe that history supports their beliefs. Once D-Von and Bubba Ray decided to combine their skills and compete as a tag team, and
they were virtually unstoppable. In addition, their finisher, 3D-the Dudley Death Drop-is one of the most feared maneuvers in the world. Since Bubba and D-Von have joined the WWF, the duo has made it their goal in life to "get wood" by putting other
Superstars through tables.

Eddie Guerrero:
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Eddie Guerrero has now fulfilled a family dream by entering the World Wrestling Federation. With the world of bad politics behind him, there is no doubt he will go on to fulfill the expectations that everyone has always had for him. After only
having been in the federation for several months, Guerrero won the European Title. Known as "Latino Heat," Guerrero has shown that not only is he hot with the ladies, but he has quite a hot temper as well.

Edge:
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Edge is one of the brightest young stars in the World Wrestling Federation.
The Canadian Superstar has excelled in both singles and tag-team action. He won the Intercontinental Championship in his hometown of Toronto last July, much to the excitement of the crowd. Along with his former partner Christian, he has been in
some of the most memorable tag team matches in WWF history. Edge truly loves his fans, and "for the benefit of those with flash photography," he loves to totally reek of awesomeness wherever he goes.

Faarooq:
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Faarooq and Bradshaw make it clear that they love to brawl with anyone. The only thing they like more than brawling is drinking beer and sniffing cigars. He, along with Faarooq, started the Acolyte Protection Agency with that in mind. The
agency provides protection to any WWF Superstar, as long as they have cash, and as long as they don't
make any "suggestions" to the APA. The scouting report on the APA is simple: Don't make them mad. Faarooq and Bradshaw are two of the toughest S.O.B.s on the planet, and they love to kick ass for fun! And don't ever interrupt the APA when
they're playing cards... it may be a painful experience!

Funaki:
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From the northern regions of Japan comes Funaki! Don't let his size fool you; he is one of the most dangerous Superstars in the entire federation! Teamed with Taka Michinoku, the high-flying duo is willing to win at any cost, even if it means
sacrificing their own bodies! Both Taka and Funaki have held the Hardcore Championship for a short while.

Haku:
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Haku is one of the most feared men in the history of sports-entertainment,and he is finally back in the WWF! His surprise return at Royal Rumble 2001 sent a shiver down the spine of everyone in the federation locker room. For years, Haku has
been respected for his toughness and grit. Now the native of Tonga is teamed with Rikishi, in an alliance of two of the biggest, baddest men in federation history. Haku is older, wiser and even tougher than he was before-a fact, which will no doubt give sleepless nights to many federation Superstars.

Hardcore Holly:
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Hardcore Holly is hardcore to the bone. He's not above cracking a glass pitcher or coffee mug in someone's face as long as it results in a victory. That attitude is perfect for the WWF's Hardcore Division. In addition, he is one of the most
technically sound competitors in the federation. His drop-kick is considered by many to be the best in the business.

Ivory:
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Just when it appeared that the WCW/ECW Alliance couldn't get any hotter, along came Ivory. The former spokeswoman for the World Wrestling Federation faction Right To Censor et her hair down and joined WCW on August 6th during RAW. Ivory came to the aid of the hottest women in sports entertainment: Torrie Wilson and Stacy Kiebler. Ivory's helping hand allowed Stacy and Torrie to emerge from their match with a win over Jacqueline and also signified the beautiful Ivory's return. It's great to
see Ivory back in action!

Jeff Hardy:
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The Hardy Boyz forever inscribed their names in the annals of World Wrestling Federation history with their breathtaking performance at October 1999's No Mercy Pay Per View. They had defeated Edge and Christian in a ladder match. Since then, the Hardyz have been part of nearly every memorable tag team match the federation has put on, including the infamous TLC Match from Summerslam 2000 and TLC 2 from Wrestlemania 17. Still in their early 20s, Matt and Jeff Hardy are two of the youngest and
most gifted high-flying Superstars in WWF history.

Justin Credible:
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Initially, Justin Credible was known as "P.J. Walker" and Aldo Montoya in the World Wrestling Federation. Once ECW got hold of him, Walker dropped the gold jock strap and developed a nasty streak that vaulted him to Superstardom. In ECW, Credible was one-half of the Impact Players with Lance Storm. To say that Credible had an impact on ECW is an understatement. Armed with a mean streak to go with a cunning, disturbing personality, Credible ran roughshod through ECW's roster en route to being
the Extreme Championship Wrestling World Heavyweight Champion and Tag Team Champion. After returning to the federation, Credible teamed with X-Pac and Albert to form X-Factor. But once his teammates captured WWF Gold, Credible
was inexplicably the odd man out. For Credible, there was no better way to get even than to leave X-Factor and return to his ECW roots. Whether Credible reunites with Storm, or he excels as singles competitor, the sports entertainment world will continue to learn that he is just incredible!

Kane:
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No Superstar in history has made more of an immediate impact than Kane. On October 5, 1997, the world met Kane. The seven foot monster tore off the door of a "Hell In A Cell", in order to get to his brother, the Undertaker.The siblings later fought in the first ever Inferno Match! Less than one year after he arrived, Kane became the WWF Champion by Defeating
Stone Cold Steve Austin at KoTr 1998. Though his reign was short-lived, the seven-foot monster proved he could live up to all expectations. Since then, Kane has been a Tag Team Champion on three occasions. Once a man of no emotion, Kane has somewhat broken out of his shell. However, the 7-footer still remains a monster in the ring.

K-Kwik:
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K-Kwik is a high-flying rapper who loves to "Get Rowdy"! He had his first memorable debut on Sunday Night Heat, where he electrified the crowd with an amazing rap performance. Ever since, K-Kwik has proven to be a worthy competitor in the squared circle, using his speed and high-flying maneuvers to attack his opponents.

Kurt Angle:
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Angle takes himself very seriously, calling himself the only "real athlete" in the World Wrestling Federation. When the crowd is not behind him, Kurt wonders how anyone could boo a gold medalist. Angle's rookie year was
arguably the best year for any Superstar in the federation's history. After first winning the European and Intercontinental titles, Kurt then proceeded to win the 2000 King Of The Ring Tournament. The capper of his Y2K, however, was when the American Hero captured thw World Wrestling Federation Championship after defeating The Rock at No Mercy on Nov. 22,
2000.

Lita:
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This fiery redhead has proven time and time again that she packs more than a sultry look. Both men and women have fallen victim to Lita's arsenal of moonsaults and hurricanranas. Lita's federation career took off when she
became Women's Champion, and since teaming with the Hardy Boyz, it has showed no signs of slowing down. Given her ability in the ring, combined with her stunning looks, Lita could easily get her hands on anything she wants-be it Tag Team gold for the Hardyz or a second reign as Women's Champion for herself.

Matt Hardy:
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The Hardy Boyz forever inscribed their names in the annals of World Wrestling Federation history with their breathtaking performance at October 1999's No Mercy Pay Per View. They had defeated Edge and Christian in a ladder match. Since then, the Hardyz have been part of nearly every memorable tag team match the federation has put on, including the
infamous TLC Match from Summerslam 2000 and TLC 2 from Wrestlemania 17. Still in their early 20s, Matt and Jeff Hardy are two of the youngest and most gifted high-flying Superstars in WWF history.

Molly Holly:
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Molly Holly came to the World Wrestling Federation when her cousin Crash was having some troubles with Test, Albert, and Trish Stratus. Crash refused to fight Trish, so he called upon Molly. Molly had numerous matches against Trish, and has had a few shots at the Women's Title. Most recently, Mighty Molly joined forces with The Hurricane, and the two have become
quite a force in the WCW/ECW Alliance.

Perry Saturn:
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As soon as Perry Saturn walks in a room, you kind of get the feeling that he's not someone you want to mess with. A dozen years after he began chasing his dream of becoming a proffesional wrestler, Perry Saturn has landed in the number one sports-entertainment company in the world. He might not have taken the most direct route to the World Wrestling Federation, but everyone is sure glad he's ended up here. Saturn is looking to soon become a main-eventer in the WWF.

Raven:
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What about me? What about Raven? Good Question. Citing his miserable past, Raven is the master of self-pity. He's also a master of taking incredible amounts of punishment and coming back for more. A two-time Extreme Championship Wretling Champion and two-time ECW Tag-Team Champion, Raven can take it from the best of them, and dish out twice as much. Raven's goal
in the World Wrestling Federation are clear: to win some gold and show the world that he's deserving of the respect he feels has eluded him his entire life.

Rhyno:
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Rhyno's combination of power and agility make him an unstoppable force, and he's wasted no time in taking out the competition in the World Wrestling Federation. Rhyno quickly asserted himself in the federation by helping Edge and Christian capture their federation record sixth Tag Team Championship, and was a major factor in helping E&C win TLCII at Wrestlemania X-7. Can he capture federation gold? Considering Rhyno's track record and what he brings to the table, it may be a good idea not to bet
against him.

Rikishi:
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Rikishi reappeared in the federation in late 1999 after a long absence with a new look and a new attitude. Eventually teaming with Too Cool, the sumo from Samoa danced into the hearts of fans everywhere as he and Too Cool
found success in the singles and tag-team divisions. In October of 2000, Rikishi's fan base virtually disappeared when he admitted that he was the one driving the car that took Stone Cold Steve Austin out of commision at the 1999 Survivor Series PPV. Since then, the Samoan monster has used his devious mind-as well as numerous Banzai Drops-to carve a path to the upper
echelon of the WWF ranks.

Rock:
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The Rock is a third-generation SuperStar with immeasurable athleticism and cockiness to boot! Under controversial circumstances, The Rock won the World Wrestling federation Championship at Survivor Series 1998. The Rock
went on to win the title five more times, making the "Great One" a six-time federation Champion. He's already the "Most electrifying man in Sports Entertainment," and when it's all said and done he may go down in history as the most decorated, well-known, and renowned SuperStar the federation has ever known.

Shane McMahon:
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Shane McMahon was born with a silver spoon in his mouth, the liks of which have never before been seen. As the only son of Vince and Linda McMahon, Shane became the heir apparent to the World Wrestling Federation throne the second he left the womb. However, as the owner of WCW, he was against his father Vince. Now, he has dropped from the federation scene, likely plotting his next move.

Spike Dudley:
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Spike Dudley may be the runt of the Dudley litter, but he's the perfect example of the old cliché, "It's not the size of the dog in the fight, it's the size of fight in the dog!" In March 2001, Spike shocked the world of sports-entertainment by debuting on RAW and helping his brothers win their third World Wrestling Federation Tag-Team Championship! And although various SuperStars still underestimate Spike for his size, they learn pretty quickly about the size of Spike's heart, how far it's gotten him already, and that Spike's best is yet to come!

Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley:
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Intelligent, beautiful and enterprising...these three words sum up Stephanie McMahon-Helmsley perfectly. The youngest McMahon has used her assets to her best advantage. Stephanie sought revenge on her family by marrying Triple H, who was one of her father's most bitter enemies. At 1999's Armaggeddon, Stephanie and her new husband stood in triumph over the prone body of Vince McMahon. But there is no love like a father for his daughter, and the elder McMahon and Stephanie reunited in early 2000 to form one of the most powerful alliances in federation history, the McMahon-Helmsley regime. But after her husband was injured, Stephanie branched out on her own, helping her brother form the ruthless Alliance. Whether Stephanie will eventually be forced to choose between her husband or ambition remains to be seen.

Steve Blackman:
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The pure wrestling machine that is the "Leathal Weapon" Steve Blackman shows little emotion inside the squared circle. He lets his martial arts prowess do the talking. His reflexes are to be feared, as Blackman can deliver several kicks and punches with lightning-quick authority. During his tenure in the federation, Blackman has also redefined the hardcore
division, using his unmatched power and speed to decimate opponents with chairs, brooms, trashcans, and anything else he can find at ringside.

Stone Cold Steve Austin:
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Since the birth of "Austin 3:16" at the 1996 King of The Ring, Stone Cold Steve Austin has been the most dominant peformer in
sports-entertainment. The "Texas Rattlesnake" has won the World Wrestling Federation Championship on numerous occasions, and has defeated the biggest and best SuperStars. Stone Cold won his first WWF Championship at Wrestlemania XIV in 1998,
jump-starting a feud with Mr. McMahon. Now on the same page as Mr. McMahon, Stone Cold is more ruthless and aggressive than ever. "The Rattlesnake" is spewing venom, and he's ready to attack anyone who tries to stop him!

Tajiri:
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"The Japanese Buzzsaw" has arrived in the World Wrestling Federation. Tajiri's blinding, rapid-fire kicks to the face and an unorthodox maneuver called the Tarantula earned respect throughout the sports-entertainment world, and an eventual ticket to the WWF. His innovative, quick-strike arsenal will no doubt result in a ton of exciting federation bouts for years to come.

Taka Michinoku:
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From the northern regions of Japan comes Funaki! Don't let his size fool you; he is one of the most dangerous Superstars in the entire federation! Teamed with Taka Michinoku, the high-flying duo is willing to win at any cost, even if it means sacrificing their own bodies! Both Taka and Funaki have won numerous titles in organizations around the world, and Taka was even the first ever World Wrestling Federation Light Heavyweight Champion!

Tazz:
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Aside from his amazing toughness, Tazz has also showed a dynamic personality, which he uses to entertain fans every week on Sunday Night Heat. The "One-Man Crime Spree" is a bigger star than he has ever been-but don't mess with him, or else you might become "just another victim," as the rest of the WWF learned after Tazz teamed up with Spike Dudley to win the Tag-Team titles.

Coming Soon:
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-Fred Durst
-Test
-Triple H
-Trish Stratus
-Undertaker
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