Here are the new superstars from Part Two of the WWE 2K19 Roster Reveal

Here are the new superstars from Part Two of the WWE 2K19 Roster Reveal

Last week, we talked about several superstars that would be part of the WWE 2K19 cast. We saw NXT faction Undisputed Era led by Adam Cole, as well as newcomers Shayna Baszler and Kairi Sane. This week, we’ll see some additions focusing on the SmackDown and 205 Live brands. Part two of the WWE 2K19 is still hosted by Rusev and Lana. However, they are joined by The Club — Luke Gallows and Karl Anderson. Looks like the Good Brothers are giving us the scoop on their brother “hootskis” and some grizzled young vets.

WWE 2K19 Roster Reveal — Part Two

  • AJ Styles (SmackDown) — obviously, he’s the cover superstar
  • Asuka (SmackDown)
  • The Miz (SmackDown)
  • Maryse (SmackDown)
  • Lince Dorado (205 Live)
  • Shinsuke Nakamura (SmackDown)
  • Mandy Rose (SmackDown)
  • Shelton Benjamin (SmackDown)
  • Becky Lynch (SmackDown)
  • Andrade “Cien” Almas w/ Zelina Vega (SmackDown) — we don’t know yet if Zelina Vega will be playable or if she’ll only be a manager like Lana was in previous games
  • The Usos (SmackDown) — Jimmy Uso and Jey Uso
  • The Bludgeon Brothers (SmackDown) — Harper and Rowan
  • The IIconics (SmackDown) — Peyton Royce and Billie Kay
  • The New Day (SmackDown) — Big E, Kofi Kingston, Xavier Woods
  • Samoa Joe (SmackDown)
  • Charlotte Flair (SmackDown)
  • Naomi (SmackDown)
  • Carmella (SmackDown)
  • Ariya Daivari (205 Live)
  • Sonya Deville (SmackDown)
  • Tony Nese (205 Live)
  • Drew Gulak (205 Live) — we’re expecting a 35 rating for aerial attacks because of the “No Fly Zone”
  • Mustafa Ali (205 Live) — we’re hoping for his Sub Zero-esque entrance from WrestleMania
  • Jeff Hardy (SmackDown)
  • Daniel Bryan (SmackDown) — obviously since he’s got his own WWE 2K19 Showcase mode

Wwe 2k19 Roster Reveal Andrade Cien Almas Zelina Vega

The following are also in WWE 2K19 but were not featured during part two of the Roster Reveal:

  • Aiden English (SmackDown)
  • Akira Tozawa (205 Live)
  • Alexander Wolfe (SmackDown as part of sAnitY)
  • Cedric Alexander (205 Live)
  • Cesaro (SmackDown)
  • Chris Jericho (Free Agent) — Oh my, it looks like NJPW’s Chris Jericho is still here! We’re guessing that “he just made the list!”
  • Epico Colon (SmackDown)
  • Eric Young (SmackDown as part of sAnitY)
  • Gran Metalik (205 Live)
  • Hideo Itami (205 Live)
  • Jack Gallagher (205 Live)
  • John Cena (Free Agent)
  • Kalisto (205 Live)
  • Karl Anderson (SmackDown as part of sAnitY)
  • Killian Dain (SmackDown)
  • Luke Gallows (SmackDown)
  • Nikki Bella (technically on RAW now along with Brie; most likely to feud with Ronda Rousey)
  • Noam Dar (205 Live)
  • Paige (SmackDown)
  • Primo Colon (SmackDown)
  • Randy Orton (SmackDown)
  • R-Truth (SmackDown)
  • Shane McMahon (SmackDown)
  • Sheamus (SmackDown)
  • Sin Cara (SmackDown)
  • Tamina (SmackDown)
  • TJP (205 Live)
  • Tye Dillinger (SmackDown)

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