Hey, everyone! After probably ten years away from TNM I had an idea for a fed, and in looking around I found that there STILL isn't really a simulator that can compare with it for what I wanted to do. I had long ago deleted pretty much everything TNM (lost a TON of cool wrestler exports), so I downloaded everything I could still find, but there were still a few wrestlers missing that I wanted, so I'm now working on creating them. Here is the first of them -- former co-holder of both the NWA and WWF Women's Tag Titles, Princess Victoria. It's been a long time since I did any work on TNM, so if anything looks amiss please let me know.
Continuing on with my early-80s exports, here's another female wrestler that's notably absent from the available exports -- the only version of her I've seen is from when she was in WOW as Thug. So, here's long-time ring veteran Peggy Lee Leather.
I'm not sure how many more of these I'll need to do, as I'm still sifting through my downloads to see who I have and don't have, and of those I do have how many are reasonably accurate. Also, I lost a lot of Monday-Night-Wars-era exports when I deleted my old TNM, so I may look into those next.
Okay, I could have sworn there was an export for this next wrestler floating around out there, but I'll be damned if I could find him. It was probably on one of the many now-deceased export sites and so forever lost in the aether. Thus, I decided to create one of my own for the man from Humpty-Doo, Australia himself, Outback Jack.
It's been a while since I posted anything, and here's one that I'm a little nervous about, because I'm not sure if this will be up to standards. As I mentioned in another thread, I recently restarted this circuit, and decided that I wanted to use Allie from Impact Wrestling for an angle. I checked around, and the closest thing I found was a Cherry Bomb export from 2010. So, I built this one from the ground up. I didn't create some of her specific moves (e.g., her vertical suplex into the turnbuckles is just in there as a vertical suplex, her cross body press to a seated opponent is just a high cross body, etc.), but I think this is fairly accurate. Any feedback you can give me would be awesome!