Hilarious in Hindsight: Rob Van Dam signed for an appearance in the first game, but then got signed to WWE before the game would come out. In 2010 the same thing would happen for him at THQ, he signed for an appearance as a "Legend" in SmackDown! Vs. Raw 2011, and then signed with TNA before the game was released.
Likewise, the same thing happened to Legends Of Wrestling 2 with Eddie Guerrero, he signed on to the project, and even did an interview for inclusion in the game, in-between his WWE stints, and was resigned at WWE before the game's release.
The Jimmy Hart Version: Worthy of the trope's original name, as every single wrestler's theme in the game (that wasn't a public domain song, like "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan's theme) was composed by the Mouth Of The South himself.
So Bad, It's Good: While nowhere near the quality of most other wrestling games, a surprising number of old school fans still mostly enjoy the second installment of the series, cheesy as it is. It's helped by the attention to detail on the old school territories, and it's one of the only games to include wrestlers such as Harley Race, Bam Bam Bigelow and Dynamite Kid.