Ric Flair kicking my ass on the hardest difficulty, on Virtual Pro Wrestling 64 for the N64.
Virtual Pro Wrestling 64 is a professional wrestling video game released in 1997 on the Nintendo 64 game console and the second game in the Virtual Pro Wrestling series. The game was only released in Japan and uses a slightly remodeled version of WCW vs. nWo: World Tour’s engine. The game features wrestlers from WCW, but also includes generic renditions of wrestlers from major Japanese promotions such as New Japan Pro Wrestling and All Japan Pro Wrestling a feature that would continue following the release of the sequel Virtual Pro Wrestling 2. The game is a semi-sequel to Virtual Pro-Wrestling released that same year exclusively for the PlayStation. VPW 64 was succeeded by Virtual Pro Wrestling 2: Ōdō Keishō, which was released on the Nintendo 64 in 2000.