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Got $130 and a love for Rick Flair? Then you'll want this version of WWE 2K19

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Do you find yourself inexplicably screaming "WOOOOOOO!" whenever you're on a crowded street? I know I do. If you do too, then this Ric Flair "Woooo Edition" of WWE 2k19 is for you. Seriously, just look at it in all its glory. There's even a Funko Pop with the eyes covered up so they can't look directly into your soul. Only 30,000 of these are being made, and they cost $130 a pop. But if you're that hardcore into Ric and/or the WWE games, you're likely already asking where to buy it. I mean hell, even a piece of his ROBE is in this thing. I haven't watched wrestling in years, but even I'm tempted. The special edition comes with all of the below:

  • WWE 2K19 Deluxe Edition
  • WWE 2K19 Season Pass
  • Exclusive playable WWE Hall of Famers: "Rowdy" Roddy Piper, Dusty Rhodes, and Ricky Steamboat
  • Exclusive playable characters: Macho Man Randy Savage (WrestleMania VIII) and Undertaker (2002)
  • Exclusive playable arena: Starrcade 1983
  • Exclusive in-game attire: Ric Flair (WrestleMania 24 robe) and Charlotte Flair (WrestleMania 32 robe)
  • Access to WWE 2K19 pre-order content: Rey Mysterio and Ronda Rousey
  • WWE SuperCard limited-edition AJ Styles card
  • Exclusive premium packaging
  • WWE Hall of Fame replica ring
  • Nature Boy Funko Pop figure
  • Commemorative plaque featuring a fabric piece from Ric Flair's pink or purple robe
  • WWE SuperCard limited-edition Ric Flair and Charlotte Flair cards

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Bill Murphy has been blogging and pontificating about video games since 2002. Always ready with more to say than anyone could possibly want to read, he began his professional writing tenure at IGN's Vault Network as an Assistant Community Manager in 2006. Later he moved on to Ten Ton Hammer, and then finally landed a gig as Lead Writer at MMORPG.com and, which has evolved into his current role as Managing Editor. In 2017, he co-founded the all-games site GameSpace.com He lives in Cleveland, Ohio with his beautiful wife, two young sons, and small army of dogs and cats.