Here you will find a selection of wrestler exports from yesteryear.




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1992 WWF roster pack
Peter Abram Click here
70s era export pack Chris Berry aka Mamushi 70s era exports of the following:
1 Luchadore (Blue Demon)
3 US Wrestlers (Nelson Royal, Sandy Scott, George Scott)
5 Japanese Wrestlers (Akio Sato, Goro Tsurumi, Kintaro Ohki, Animal Hamaguchi, Isamu Teranishi)

Adam Bomb

Peter Abram

Adrian Street
Scott Williams
"Exotic" Adrian Street, a British guy trained at Wigan (where the real British shooters learned the craft) who was a great regional heel, doing a gimmick that was kind of the precursor to Goldust ("Is he gay, or is he just messing with his opponent's mind?").
Street is accompanied by his manager/valet, Miss Linda.
Akeem Peter Abram
Bad Company
Michael King
Paul Diamond and Pat Tanaka with Diamond Dallas Page as their manager as they were in the AWA
Bastion Booger Peter Abram
Beaver Cleavage
Peter Abram

The Brood (Edge, Christian and Gangrel)

Peter Abram circa 1998
Brutus Beefcake Peter Abram
Buddy Roberts
Peter Abram
Buddy Rose
Ryan Niemiller aka Snabbit888 Wrestled primarily for the AWA, WWF, and for promoter Don Owen in Portland.  Fondly remembered for humorously promoting a product known as the "Blow Away Diet" in the WWF in 1990.  Despite his even bigger girth of being 317 pounds at that time, Rose would correct the ring announcement of his weight, adamantly saying that he was a "slim, trim 217 lbs.".
Davey Boy Smith Peter Abram
David Schultz
Scott Breon aka ROH & Puro Mark Best remembered for his short stint in the World Wrestling Federation in 1984, where he gained notoriety after assaulting 20/20 reporter John Stossel during a report on the legitimacy of pro wrestling.
Dean Ho Ryan Niemiller aka Snabbit888 Competed in Pacific Northwest Wrestling, the World Wide Wrestling Federation and the National Wrestling Alliance, specifically the Hawaii-based Big Time Wrestling, during the 1960s and 1970s.
Peter Abram Ax, Smash and Crush
Diesel Peter Abram
Dink the Clown Peter Abram
Doink the Clown Peter Abram
Doug Somers
Ryan Niemiller aka Snabbit888 Worked in the American Wrestling Association (AWA) in the mid 1980s as part of a tag team with "Playboy" Buddy Rose, managed by Sherri Martel.
Gama Singh Scott Breon aka ROH & Puro Mark One of the most hated wrestlers of all time.  Competed in Stu Hart's Stampede Wrestling in Calgary and later worked Kuwait, Dubai, Oman, Australia and Hawaii for Vince McMahon and the WWF from 1980-86.
GLOW Girls
Shazzbut Names are accurate and some of the finishers, but after that not much else.
Hulk Hogan
Shazzbut From New Japan, circa 1993.  Hogan actually uses actual wrestling moves, armbars, drop toe-holds, etc!

Karl Gotch

Peter Abram In Japan, Karl Gotch was known as "God of Pro Wrestling" due to his influence in shaping the Japanese professional wrestling style.  Won the IWA World Heavyweight Championship (1 time), WWWF World Tag Team Championship (1 time) and Ohio's AWA World Heavyweight Championship (1 time).
Krusher Khruschev
Peter Abram

Kwang Peter Abram
Lord Alfred Hayes
Joe Murdy

Ludvig Borga Peter Abram
Mae Young Peter Abram
Max Moon Peter Abram
Mean Street Posse Peter Abram Pete Gas, Rodney and Joey Abs
Memphis exports Alex aka memphis_vice Pack includes:
Andy Kaufman
P.Y. Chu-Hi
T.D. Steele
Memphis Vice (Big Lou Winston & Jerry Bryant)

Memphis exports 2 Alex aka memphis_vice Pack includes:
Jerry Lawler (with expanded moveset, fireball, and steel chain)
Austin Idol
Jackie Fargo
Dream Machine
Freezer Thompson
George Gulas
Keith Roberson
Sweet Brown Sugar
Tojo Yamamoto
plus the following jobbers 
(secondary finisher is set but no primary finisher):
Ira Reese
Jim Jamison
Keith Eric
Ken Raper
Pat Hutchinson
Pink Panther
Robert Reed
Rough & Ready
Rooster Cogburn

managers Boss Winters & Jimmy Hart
Memphis exports 3 Alex aka memphis_vice Pack includes:
Action Jackson
Boy Tony
Brickhouse Brown
Colossus of Death
King Cobra
Mike Samples
The Nightmares (Nightmare Ken Wayne & Nightmare Danny Davis - long names provided to differentiate from the other Danny Davis)
Memphis exports 4 Alex aka memphis_vice

Pack includes:
updated George Gulas (with working-the-crowd string)
updated Ira Reese (with finisher)
updated Rooster Cogburn (with finisher)
updated Ken Raper (with finisher)
Rough House Fargo
Tommy Gilbert
Todd Morton
Billy Wicks
Sputnik Monroe
Brad & Bart Batten
Doug Somers
Jeff Sword
improved Eddie Gilbert
improved Dutch Mantell
improved Doug Vines

Michael King's Old School export pack
Michael King
Pack includes:
  • Aguila
  • Battle Kat
  • Big Bully Busick (with Harvey Whippleman as his manager)
  • Col. Mustafa (with General Adnan as his manager)
  • Dean Douglas
  • Giant Gonzalez (with Harvey Whippleman as his manager)
  • Hakushi (with Shinja as his manager)
  • Jean-Pierre Lafitte
  • Kai En Tai (with Funaki, Taka Michinoku, Teioh & Togo with Yamaguchi-San as their manager)
  • King Kong Brody (with Adnan El Kassie as his manager)
  • Man Mountain Rock
  • Nord The Barabarian (with Adnan El Kassie as his manager)
  • Power N Glory (Paul "Romeo" Roma & "The Mighty" Hercules with Slick as their manager)
  • Rad Radford
  • Rick "The Model" Martel
  • Rhythm N Blues (The Honky Tonk Man & "Boxcar" Greg Valentine with Jimmy Hart as his manager)
  • Saba Simba (Tony Atlas as a African)
  • Sgt. Slaughter (Iraq Sympahizer gimmick, with General Adnan as his manager)
  • "Real Man's Man" Steven Regal
  • Strike Force
  • The Blue Blazer
  • The Blue Bloods (Lord Steven Regal, Squire Dave Taylor & Earl Robert Eaton)
  • The Bodydonnas (Skip & Zip with Sunny as their manager
  • The Bolsheviks (Boris Zukov & Nikolai Volkov with Slick as their manager)
  • The British Bulldogs (Davey Boy Smith & The Dynamite Kid with Capt. Lou Albano as their manager)
  • The Disciples of Apocalypse (8-Ball, Chainz, Crush & Skull with Paul Ellering as Skull & 8-Ball's manager)
  • The Headshrinkers (Fatu, Samu & Sionne with Afa and Capt. Lou Albano as their mangers)
  • The Honky Tonk Man (with Jimmy Hart & Peggy Sue as his managers)
  • The Islanders (Haku & Tama with Bobby Hennan as their manager)
  • The Killer Bees ("B." Brian Blair & "Jumping" Jim Brunzell)
  • The Machines (Big Machine, Giant Machine & Super Machine with Capt. Lou Albano as their manager)
  • The New Blackjacks (Blackjack Bradshaw & Blackjack Windham)
  • The Orient Express (Kato, Sato & Tanaka with Mr. Fuji as their manager)
  • The Powers of Pain (The Barbarian & Warlord with Mr. Fuji as his manager)
  • The West Texas Rednecks (Barry Windham, Bobby Duncam Jr., Curly Bill, Curt Hennig & Kendall Windham with Curly Bill as the manager for the Windhams, Duncam and Hennig)
  • The Young Stallions (Jim Powers & Paul Roma)
  • Too Much ("Too Sexy" Brian Christopher & "Too Hot" Scott Taylor)
  • Too Cool (Grandmaster Sexay & Scotty 2 Hotty)
  • "El Matador" Tito Santana
  • Well Dunn (Steven Dunn & Timothy Well with Harvey Whippleman as their manager)

Mr. Perfect

Peter Abram
Nailz Peter Abram

NWA Territories Export pack

Magister 369
Click here

Old school British wrestlers

Peter Abram Pack includes:
Big Daddy
Giant Haystacks
Kendo Nagasaki (UK)
Mark "Rollerball" Rocco
Mick McManus
Old School exports Ryan Niemiller aka Snabbit888 Pack includes:
Gorilla Monsoon 
Danny Hodge 
Gene Kiniski 
Skull Murphy 
Brute Bernard 
Miguel Perez 
Larry Hennig
Old School exports 2 Ryan Niemiller aka Snabbit888 Pack includes:
Boris Malenko
Don Leo Jonathan
Mike DiBiase
Rene Goulet
Waldo Von Erich
Old School exports 3 Ryan Niemiller aka Snabbit888 Pack includes:
Haystacks Calhoun
"Crazy" Luke Graham
Pepper Gomez
Arnold Skaaland
Lou Albano (1960's wrestler version)
Tarzan Tyler
Antonio Pugliese (Tony Parisi)
Baron Mikel Scicluna
Johnny Rodz
Dominic DeNucci
Spiros Arion
Old School exports 4 Ryan Niemiller aka Snabbit888 Pack includes:
King Curtis Iaukea
"High Chief" Peter Maivia
Tony Altimore
"Professor" Toru Tanaka
Victor Rivera
Old School exports 5 Ryan Niemiller aka Snabbit888 Pack includes:
Billy Red Lyons
Blackjack Mulligan
Dr. Bill Miller
Pat O'Connor
Old School exports 6 Ryan Niemiller aka Snabbit888 Pack includes:
Tony Garea
Bobo Brazil Jr.
Robert Fuller
Ron Fuller
Mitsuo Momota
The Masked Superstar
Orient Express
Michael King
Kato and Tanaka with Mr. Fuji as their manager as they were in the WWF
Original Moondogs Scott Breon aka ROH & Puro Mark Rex and King
Otto von Heller Joe Murdy Wrestler with a German gimmick who competed for the WWWF in 1974 and NWA Mid American in 1975 (where he held tag titles with Karl von Steiger).
Razor Ramon Peter Abram
Rick McGraw
Ryan Niemiller aka Snabbit888 “Quick Draw” Rick McGraw turned pro in 1976 in Florida and also wrestled for Mid-Atlantic.  He was part of the New York Dolls tag team and was managed by Jimmy Hart in Memphis.  He also teamed with Andre the Giant and with Steve Travis in the Carolina Connection.  Arnold Skaaland managed McGraw for a time in the WWF and he had his neck broken (in storyline) by Killer Khan.  Died of a heart attack on November 1, 1985.

Shazzbut This is the only export of the godfather of Japanese wrestling anywhere.  It may not be 100% accurate, however the finisher is accurate as well as the hometown, weight and height.
Sailor White Scott Breon aka ROH & Puro Mark Moondog King's gimmick while wrestling outside of the WWF.
Salmand Hashimekov Joe Murdy Soviet freestyle wrestler in the 70s and 80s who later became a pro wrestler for about 5 years with NJPW and UWF International, winning the IWGP Heavyweight Championship once (the first real Russian to hold a wrestling championship in the Western world). He also teamed with Victor Zangiev in the International Tag Team Tournament at Starrcade 1990.
Stampede Wrestler Exports 1985-88
Shazzbut This export contains "Strangler" Steve DiSalvo, Bruce Hart, Makhan Singh, Vokkan Singh, Great Gamma, Biff Wellington and The Viet Kong Express.  They are accurate for the time period of 1985 to 1988.  Vokkan Singh is Gary Albright and Viet Kong #1 is Hiro Hase.
Stampede Wrestling Exports
Bill Battershill
Spike Huber
Ryan Niemiller aka Snabbit888 Wrestled in the late 70s and early 80s, predominantly with WWA and some NWA.  He was Dick the Bruiser's son-in-law.
Steve Regal
Ryan Niemiller aka Snabbit888 Mr. Electricity, not Lord.  Light Heavyweight champion in AWA and short time WWF jobber in the mid-80s.

Tekno Team 2000 

Peter Abram Troy and Travis
The Destroyer Ryan Niemiller aka Snabbit888 One of the greatest masked wrestlers of all time.  Won the WWA World Heavyweight Championship (3 times) and AWA World Heavyweight Championship.
The Quebecers Peter Abram Quebecer Jacques and Quebecer Pierre
Tom Magee Peter Abram 1982 World Powerlifting Champion who had a brief run in the WWF in 1987.  Magee was supposed to be the next Hulk Hogan, until everybody realised he had no actual wrestling ability whatsoever.
Truth Commission Peter Abram Recon, Sniper, Tank and The Interrogator
Waylon Mercy Peter Abram
WFWA (West Four Wrestling Alliance) export pack, circa 1991-1992 Scott Breon aka ROH & Puro Mark 17 Wrestlers Included:
"Bulldog" Bob Brown (RIP) (heel)
"Badboy" Brian Jewel (after his heel turn)
Chi Chi Cruz (then a face)
"Sudden Impact" Chris Jericho (face)
Chris Markoff (played up a Russian comrade gimmick, so that makes him a heel by default)
E.Z. Ryder (face)
"Tomahawk" Gene Swan (face)
"Champagne" Gerry Morrow (heel at the time)
Jason "Yessiree" Power (face)
Kerry "Pitbull" Brown (RIP) (heel)
Mike Lozansky (face)
"Mighty" Moe Malone (face)
Steve Gillespie (face)
The Natural (Don Callis) (heel)
The Wild Thing (heel)
"The Worst Wrestler In The World" The Tulip (face by default but tends to alternate quite a bit)
"Diamond" Timothy Flowers (heel at this point)

Tag Teams (2)

The Browns (Bob and Kerry Brown)

Cruz & Jericho

Managers (1) The Golden Shiek (manages Gerry Morrow and The Natural)
Windham Brothers
Shazzbut Barry and Kendall Windham, from the All Japan Real World Tag League 2000
WWF Super Astros export pack
Michael King
WWF Super Astros was a program that showcased mostly wrestlers of foreign descent.  It aired from 1998 to 1999 and was mainly used as a vehicle to promote the WWF in Latin American countries.
Pack includes:
  • Apolo Dantes
  • Armando Fernandez (Tarzan Boy)
  • Battalion
  • Cristobal Martinez (El Zorro)
  • Dick Togo
  • El Bandido (Scorpio Jr.)
  • El Hijo Del Santo
  • El Merenguero (Jesus Catillo)
  • El Torito
  • Felino
  • Funaki
  • Gigante Silva (Giant Silva)
  • J.R. Ryder
  • Jeff Hardy
  • Jose Estrada
  • Julio Sanchez (Julio Dinero)
  • Matt Hardy
  • Max Mini
  • Miguel Gomez (Antifaz)
  • Miguel Perez Jr.
  • Mike Roselli
  • Negro Casas
  • Nova
  • Pablo Marquez
  • Pantera
  • Papi Chulo (Mr. Aguila/Essa Rios)
  • Rey Ortiz (Rey Bucanero)
  • Super Loco (Super Crazy)
  • Taka Michinoku
  • Tiger Mask (Tiger Mask IV)
  • Val Venis

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