By Ryan Clark | February 06, 2009
THQ still has yet to reveal the majority of the characters for the upcoming Legends of WrestleMania video game scheduled to be released next month, although a recent post on the WWE website confirms a few rumored names.
WWE.com has posted the synopsis for next month's programming on WWE 24/7 with the theme being "Legends of WrestleMania." The "Shorties" section will feature classic WrestleMania matches that will be featured in the video game including one featuring Ultimate Warrior, which should confirm his appearance in the game. Featured matches include Hulk Hogan vs. the Ultimate Warrior (WM 6), The Undertaker vs. Jake "The Snake" Roberts (WM 8), and Mr. Perfect vs. Big Boss Man (WM 8), so all six legends are confirmed for the game. "Shorties" will be hosted by "Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase, which should confirm his appearance in the game as well. WWE 24/7 will also feature a look at Hulk Hogan, a discussion on Texas wrestling, WrestleMania 1 & 17, and the episode of SmackDown prior to WrestleMania 17.
In this week's "Santino's Casa," Santino Marella runs through a list of women who could be his "secret admirer." The Raw Superstar plans on revealing his admirer on next week's webshow. Visit WWE.com to see this week's show.
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