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Two more 'WWE 2K15' legends hinted for PS4, Xbox One and other systems

'WWE 2K15'
Photo courtesy of 2K Games, used with permission

More legends have been hinted for the cross-generation video game, "WWE 2K15." According to a report from Gameranx on July 11, Sycho Sid and Honky Tonk Man have posted cryptic Twitter messages that point to some kind of proclamation on July 14. The announcement will most likely take place on the Monday Night War television show that is going to air on primetime.

Old school fans of the company should be able to recognize Sycho Sid as the former WWF Champion and WCW World Heavyweight Champion who had memorable matches with the likes of Hulk Hogan and Shawn "The Heartbreak Kid" Michaels. He won the biggest belts from both wrestling promotions twice. His other aliases include Sid, Sid Justice, Sid Steele and Sid Vicious.

Honky Tonk Man is best known for being the longest reigning Intercontinental Champion. The Elvis wannabe famously lost his belt to The Ultimate Warrior during the 1988 edition of the Summerslam event. He is also the cousin of Jerry "The King" Lawler, who will be providing commentary for "WWE 2K15" along with Michael Cole.

The other legend who posted the same July 14 date is Sting. The popular figure came into prominence while working with the NWA. He would later become the face of the WCW while joining TNA in the twilight of his career. Sting has been negotiating with the WWE on some sort of deal over the past few months. It appears that an agreement has been made based on the aforementioned teaser message.

The only old school wrestler confirmed so far for "WWE 2K15," which will be released in North America on Oct. 28, is Hulk Hogan, who is a part of some sort of special edition. The other representatives not mentioned above that have been announced are Bray Wyatt, Cesaro, John Cena, Paul Heyman and Roman Reigns. You can find the cover of this year's installment near the top of this article (via the official "WWE Games" Twitter webpage).

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