WWE 2K22: Every Superstar Confirmed So Far

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WWE 2K22 launches on March 11 and Visual Concepts/2K have slowly begun rolling out roster reveals. Every wrestling fan knows that the quality of the roster makes or breaks any wrestling game but that’s become especially crucial for 2K22. The game arrives in the wake of a pandemic era that saw over 100 wrestlers fired by WWE, leaving fans worried and skeptical about who’s left to plug up the holes. 

Using 2K’s official roster list, as well as combing through trailers and marketing materials, we’ve put together a list of over 70 confirmed superstars for WWE 2K22. It’s worth noting that 2K’s own roster lacks names that have appeared in trailers while other faces have been confirmed via their character portraits instead of an in-game model. We’re also sure you can use this list to connect the dots on who will appear that have not been formally announced (Tyler Bate would be lonely without his Mustache Mountain partner, Trent Seven, after all). We’ll update this list as new wrestlers are announced, but here’s how the roster is shaping up so far:

AJ Styles
Alexa Bliss
Angelo Dawkins
Apollo Crews
Asuka
Austin Theory
Bayley
Becky Lynch
Beth Phoenix
Bianca Belair
Big Boss Man
Big E
Bobby Lashley
Booker T
Brock Lesnar
Carmella
Cesaro
Chad Gable
Charlotte Flair
Chyna

Damien Priest
Dana Brooke
Dolph Ziggler
Dominik Mysterio
Drew Gulak
Drew McIntyre
Edge
Eddie Guerrero
Eric Bischoff (nWo 4-life edition bonus)
Erik
Finn Bálor
Goldberg
Hulk Hogan 
Humberto
Ivar
Jey Uso
Jimmy Uso
Joaquin Wilde
John Cena

Kane
Kay Lee Ray
Kevin Nash
Kevin Owens
Kofi Kingston
The Miz
Montez Ford
Mustafa Ali
MVP
Naomi
Nikki A.S.H.
Randy Orton
Randy Savage
Raquel González
Rhea Ripley
Ric Flair
Ricochet
Riddle
Rey Mysterio
Robert Roode
The Rock
Roman Reigns

Sami Zayn
Sasha Banks
Scott Hall
Seth Rollins
Shawn Michaels 
Shayna Baszler
Sheamus
Shelton Benjamin
Shinsuke Nakamura
Shotzi
Stone Cold Steve Austin
Syxx
Tamina
Tyler Bate
Ultimate Warrior
Undertaker
Xavier Woods

Note: Jeff Hardy and Samoa Joe were previously confirmed, but given both have since been released from WWE, we can assume they’re no longer in the game.

WWE 2K22 launches March 11 for PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X/S, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC.