The WWE 2K series has seen wrestlers Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson, John Cena, ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin, and Brock Lesnar on the cover of their games since they went with the 2K moniker for their 2014 game. Last year, Seth Rollins was on the cover.

It was announced on June 19 of last year that Rollins would be gracing the cover. That should mean this year’s version of the game should announce their cover star in the next month or so.

Here are ten wrestlers that wouldn’t be bad choices to have on the cover.

Kurt Angle

‘You suck! You suck!’ The Olympic gold medalist wouldn’t be the first non-active superstar to grace the cover as ‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin and Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson have in the past.

Angle is still a figure who is seen every week as he is the general manager of Monday Night RAW.

Daniel Bryan

‘YES! YES! YES!’ Bryan coming back from an injured neck to return to in-ring action has been a feel-good story. What better way to capitalize on this than putting him on the cover of the newest installment of 2K.

Roman Reigns

It would probably be painful to watch if "Monday Night RAW" were to do a segment announcing Reigns as the 2K19 cover athlete with boos cascading throughout the arena. With the way he has seemingly been shoved down our throats in recent years though, would anyone be surprised if it happens?

Finn Balor

’The Balor Club’ would be ecstatic to see one of their heroes honored enough to be on the cover of the next installment of WWE 2K. Likely they would choose to have ‘The Demon King’ version of Balor on the cover.

Bobby Roode

Having Roode on the cover would be nothing short of glorious The long-time "TNA" star has made a nice impact (pun not intended) since moving to WWE, has gotten over with the fans, and is a former United States Champion.

Braun Strowman

It would have seemed laughable for Strowman to be the cover star of a video game when he first debuted with Bray Wyatt, but he is now on his own and one of the most beloved superstars. At any RAW event, there are signs littered throughout the arena that say, ‘Get these hands!’

Charlotte Flair

Flair has been the leader of the ‘Women’s Revolution’ that has been going on the past couple years. Recently, there has been the first ever Women’s Royal Rumble and first ever Women’s Elimination Chamber. How about the first ever female to grace the cover of the game?

A.J. Styles

Styles has held the WWE Championship since November 7, 2017, and his popularity hasn’t waned at any time. The cover would likely show him flying off the ropes ready to give one of his unexpecting opponents ‘The Phenomenal Forearm.’

Ronda Rousey

Rousey has only been in one match (tag match with Angle against Triple H and Stephanie McMahon) at "WrestleMania," but her star power hasn’t faded one bit since she was dominating the UFC scene.

She will get a chance for her first Women’s Championship in her first one-on-one match when she takes on Nia Jax at Money in the Bank.

The Miz

Putting a heel on the cover doesn’t seem like a move the WWE would make, but nobody can deny how the Miz has ascended into superstardom. Heck, even Rolling Stone named him Wrestler of the Year in 2017.