'WWE 2K17' roster: Complete list of wrestlers available for gameplay

'WWE 2K17' roster: Complete list of wrestlers available for gameplay
Source: 2K Games/WWE
Source: 2K Games/WWE

WWE 2K17 arrives in just under a week, and anticipation is high for the game executive producer Mark Little promised would be a shift toward more authentic simulation. As with each year's edition, WWE 2K17's roster is a much-discussed component. 2K has built upon last year's installment with 137 wrestlers available at launch — the largest roster in series history. Included is a current cast of characters, as well as 56 WWE Legends and 22 female Superstars.

You can view the entire WWE 2K17 roster in the video below, or take a look at the full list, courtesy of Fox Sports, in text beneath the clip.

Source: WWE/YouTube

WWE 2K17: Main roster

Aiden English

AJ Styles

Alberto Del Rio

Alexa Bliss

Alicia Fox

Apollo Crews

Baron Corbin

Bayley

Becky Lynch

Big Cass

Big E

Big Show

Bo Dallas

Braun Strowman

Bray Wyatt

Brock Lesnar

Carmella

Cesaro

Chad Gable

Charlotte

Chris Jericho

Curtis Axel

Dana Brooke

Darren Young

Dean Ambrose

Dolph Ziggler

Emma

Enzo Amore

Erick Rowan

Eva Marie

Fandango

Finn Balor

Goldust

Heath Slater

Jack Swagger

Jason Jordan

Jey Uso

Jimmy Uso

John Cena

Kalisto

Kane

Kevin Owens

Kofi Kingston

Konnor

Luke Harper

Mark Henry

Naomi

Natalya

Neville

Nia Jax

Nikki Bella

Paige

R-Truth

Randy Orton

Roman Reigns

Rusev

Sami Zayn

Sasha Banks

Seth Rollins

Sheamus

Simon Gotch

Sin Cara

Summer Rae

Tamina 

The Miz

Titus O'Neil

Triple H

Tyler Breeze

Tyson Kidd

Undertaker

Viktor

Xavier Woods

Zack Ryder

Source: WWE/YouTube

WWE 2K17: NXT

Asuka

Buddy Murphy

Dash Wilder

Hideo Itami

Samoa Joe

Scott Dawson

Shinsuke Nakamura

Wesley Blake

WWE 2K17: WWE Legends

Alundra Blayze

Andre the Giant

Arn Anderson

Bam Bam Bigelow

Big Boss Man

Billy Gunn

Booker T

Bret Hart

Brian Pillman

Brie Bella

British Bulldog

Bubba Ray Dudley

Bushwhacker Butch

Bushwhacker Luke

Cactus Jack

Christian

Daniel Bryan

Diamond Dallas Page

Diego

Diesel

Dude Love

Dusty Rhodes

D-Von Dudley

Earthquake

Edge

Fernando

Goldberg

Jake Roberts

Jim Neidhart

John Bradshaw Layfield

Kevin Nash

Larry Zbyszko

Lex Luger

Lita

Mankind

Mr. Perfect

Randy Savage

Razor Ramon

Ric Flair

Rick Rude

Ricky the Dragon Steamboat

Rikishi

Road Dogg

Shane McMahon

Shawn Michaels

Stardust

Stephanie McMahon

Sting

Stone Cold Steve Austin

Tatsumi Fujinami

The Rock

Trish Stratus

Typhoon

Ultimate Warrior 

Vader

Vince McMahon

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