WWE 2K20 Playable Wrestler Roster

The Four Horsewomen dominate this year's WWE roster, with cover superstar Becky Lynch joining Charlotte, Bayley, and Sasha Banks in the official WWE 2K20 lineup.

Changes have arrived in this year's superstar wrestling series as WWE 2K20 sees a big shift in the standard playable roster.

This is the first time the series will allow women in the MyCareer mode, and this year sees both a man and a woman as co-cover stars.

In keeping with that theme, the single-player 2K Showcase campaign now revolves around the rise of the Four Horsewomen, with documentary vignettes and objective-based gameplay for cover superstar Becky Lynch.

Aside from female wrestlers in the story mode, the full game will include a cross-section of legends, Hall of Famers, and the return of Hulk Hogan, who has been noticeably missing from the series since 2015.

Wondering who else will be available to play at launch in the standard or deluxe editions? We've got all the details on every playable character for WWE 2K20 below.

Confirmed WWE 2K20 Roster

Only 18 wrestlers have been confirmed by 2K Games so far, so the table below may look a little sparse for the next few weeks.

Including DLC, the last game had a whopping 200 wrestlers, so many more playable characters are expected to be revealed through the game's October release. Make sure to check back often as we update this list with new names!

Note that the number of total playable characters is boosted by variations for some wrestlers, like the Rock 'N Sock version of Mankind. Only a small handful of these variants have been announced as of this writing, but we'll get that part of the table updated as gameplay footage comes online showing off different character versions.

Here's every WWE 2K20 confirmed character we know of so far.

Wrestler Available With Known Variations
Becky Lynch (Raw) Cover star All versions  
Charlotte (Smackdown)  All Versions  
Bayley (Smackdown) All Versions  
Sasha Banks (Raw) All Versions  
Roman Reigns (Smackdown) Cover star All Versions  
Chyna (Legend) Deluxe / Collector's Editions  
Hulk Hogan (Legend) Deluxe / Collector's Editions  
Mankind (Legend) Deluxe / Collector's Editions    Rock 'n' Sock Connection
The Rock (Legend)   Deluxe / Collector's Editions  $500 Shirt Rock
Stone Cold Steve Austin (Legend)   Unknown  
The Miz (Raw)   All versions  
Brock Lesnar (Raw) All versions  
Papa Shango (Legend)  MyCareer Mode  
Braun Strowman (Raw)  MyCareer Mode  
Nia Jax (Raw)  MyCareer Mode  
Asuka (Smackdown)  MyCareer Mode  
Angelo Dawkins (NXT)  MyCareer Mode  
Montez Ford (NXT)  MyCareer Mode  


Rumored WWE 2K20 Roster

While 18 names have come online in an official capacity, based on previous year's games and the hype surrounding some wrestlers, we have a pretty good bet of who else will end up in WWE 2K20.

Note that these names have not at this point been confirmed, but they are expected to be announced. As more names come through official channels, we'll either move these names up to the table above or cull them from this list.

These are the wrestlers we're expecting to arrive in the next batch of official video announcements:

  • AJ Styles
  • Karl Anderson
  • Luke Gallows
  • Adam Cole
  • Bobby Fish
  • Kyle O’Reilly
  • Roderick Strong
  • Baron Corbin
  • Brian Kendrick
  • Buddy Murphy
  • Dana Brooke
  • Jeff Jarrett
  • Jinder Mahal
  • Lacey Evans
  • Mojo Rawley
  • Nikki Cross
  • Paige
  • Nikki Cross
  • Tommaso Ciampa
  • Torrie Wilson
  • Trent Seven

We should have the full official list shortly before the game officially lands on October 22, 2019.

What do you think of the currently announced WWE 2K20 roster, and who are you hoping will make the cut? Let us know in the comments!

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Published Aug. 6th 2019

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