Ok, I finally read the rules and put together a couple of decks. The starter pack comes with Jeff Jarrett and Buff Bagwell decks, but I got Bret Hart and Scott Steiner and decided to use them instead.
Bret seems to be on of the best wrestlers in the game, and his deck has a bunch of strikes and suplexes (and Larry Zybysko, because why not). I thought it was a little odd that his reputation power is 10, tied with Goldberg, while Hogan's is 7, Jarrett and Sting both have 8, and Tank Abbot and Kevin Nash have 9. Poor Ric Flair only has 5 and Rey Mysterio has 2.
Scott's deck is a little more interesting because he can't actually use suplexes, however he can bust out the 450 splash, so his deck gets the high flying moves, submissions, and weapons.
There's a weird selection of cards (it seems like most of the Nitro Girls have their own cards, but it's missing a bunch of actual wrestlers) and overall it seems like a pretty cheaply put together game. It's not a huge surprise it sat on the clearance rack of the local comic store for the past 8 years or so.
I was going through my stuff the other day and found this.
It's a framed photo montage of Big Show featuring Big Show yelling at The Rock, Big Show talking to Vince McMahon Big SHow standing over Vince McMahon. I purchased this about 10 years ago for $20. I regret this decision.
Although it's not as bad as some of the other items I thought I should post my brother's craptacular Brawl-4-All/deadly dungeon ring. Just like the one with naked Batista it has a cardboard canvas and crappy ring ropes. It also features a Rock figure that looks like Prince Naseem.