WC: Last year’s WWE 2K14 rating system was one of the few problems with the game. You had vastly overrated talent such as Ryback at a 90, compounded by errors with main event wrestling talent in the mid 80 ratings. How did 2K manage to make these glaring mistakes? It was all down to the game’s production dates. When 2K14 was being put together you had Ryback coming off a main even title feud. By the time the game was released, he was struggling to jerk the curtain. The same issue afflicted the game’s underrated wrestlers. This time last year, as 2K put the finishing touches to their game, you had a very different main event title scene. By the time the game was released in late October, the WWE roster had been shuffled significantly.
Those initial errors can now be corrected. Several superstars improved significantly over the last 12 months, which the ratings system can now update to fully reflect. There’s been several pushes and various card climbers. In this feature we will look at the 13 underrated wrestlers who need upgrading most.