Danny Limelight Talks History With Wrestling Video Games, Making Custom Wrestlers And Drafts

Like a lot of wrestlers growing up, Danny Limelight didn't just play wrestling video games; he created plenty of wrestlers and was creating storylines.

Limelight recently spoke about his history with wrestling video games and talked about how he would play games such as Here Comes The Pain and Just Bring It games. Limelight would even play with his dad, create characters and even do custom drafts.

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"I liked to play the SmackDown vs. Raw, Here Comes The Pain, the Just Bring It, even the No Mercy for the Nintendo 64. I only played wrestling games, but I did play stuff like Crash Bandicoot, the Warriors. What I would do is, me and my father would create our own characters, our own stories for our characters and we'll like our own draft and draft our own characters and the people that we wanted and we would just have them face each other like that. My dad would have his own paperwork and write down who has the most wins and who's getting a title shot. We would make up our own stories and I think that got my brain juices flowing with creativity as well," Limelight said.

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