Former WWE superstar Batista revealed that he will be a playable character in upcoming video game Gears of War 5 this week, getting a step closer to playing Marcus Fenix in the film adaptation.
Batista looks to be steps away from getting his wish and landing the role as Marcus Fenix in the Gears of War movie. But for now, he'll have to do with a role in the upcoming video game.
Ex-WWE superstar Batista has admitted that he actually wasn't really into wrestling, only trying it out because he was struggling financially and saw it as an avenue to make some money.
The legendary career of Batista in WWE has come to an end after he received his storybook ending. Batista faced off with Triple H at WrestleMania 35 in an entertaining match to end things against his ...
Batista was recently a guest on the Talk is Jericho podcast and told the host he pitched a special stipulation to Vince for his WrestleMania 35 match. It was a stipulation Vince shot down.
Batista returned for what will likely be his last ever match earlier this year, but apparently, working with WWE creative was far from smooth sailing.
Dave Bautista has explained why he wanted to go out against Triple H, having ended his wrestling career at WrestleMania 35.
After a five-year hiatus, Batista returned to WWE this year for one final match, where he went up against Triple H at WrestleMania 35.
As much as Batista loves the wrestling business, he has confirmed that he will never be wrestling another match ever again.
AEW has only put on one show thus far, but the company is already being viewed as a serious rival to the WWE, having already compiled some of the greatest wrestlers across the world.
During his wrestling career, Batista had a number of disagreements with the WWE creative team, which paved the way for a couple of bitter exits from the company.
Batista recently sat down for an interview and discussed the first time he left WWE and took a chance on himself as an actor. In an attempt to do something he wasn't sure he could do, he went broke be...
After a five-year absence from wrestling, Batista finally returned to the ring at WrestleMania 35 - where he lost an epic back-and-forth bout to Triple H.