Videogamer writes: "Talk about life imitating art. The ridiculous trash talking we're used to seeing on the WWE and TNA TV shows has spilled over into the video game world, and, if anything, it's even more bitter, and more genuine, than its real life inspiration.
First ex-WWE wrestler Kurt Angle comes out and slams long-running THQ series WWE Smackdown vs. Raw for its "lack of effort and lack of ideas". Then Mitchell Cameron, associate brand manager for WWE at publisher THQ, called out the bitter Angle as nothing more than a "trash talker", saying "we're taking notice of what he's got to say and we're going to try to respond in our game". Handbags at dawn?"