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King Of Colosseum Green
Promotion / Series Japanese
Release Date March 6, 2003
Platforms PlayStation 2
Publisher Spike Chunsoft
Developer Spike Chunsoft

Description

King of Colosseum: Zero-One Disc is a Sports game, developed by Bam Entertainment and published by Spike, which was released in Japan in 2003.
 
 

Both rosters from the prequel, King of Colosseum Red and this game can be combined! More info down below.

Roster

Pro Wrestling NOAH

Mitsuharu Misawa (2 versions)
Akira Taue (2 versions)
Yoshinari Ogawa
Takashi Rikioh
Takeshi Morishima
Tamon Honda
Jun Izumida
Izu
Masao Inoue
Takuma Sano
Daisuke Ikeda
Takashi Sugiura (2 versions)
Mohammed Yone
Kishin Kawabata
Naomichi Marufuji
Kotaro Suzuki
Rusher Kimura
Haruka Eigen
Mitsuo Momota
Masahi Aoyagi
Vader
Scorpio
Richard Slinger
Michael Modest
Donovan Morgan

Burning

Kenta Kobashi (2 versions)
Kentaro Shiga
Tsuyoshi Kikuchi
KENTA

Sternness

Jun Akiyama (2 versions)
Akitoshi Saito
Yoshinobu Kanemaru
Makoto Hashi

No Fear

Takao Omori (2 versions)
Satoru Asako

Zero-One

Shinya Hashimoto (2 versions)
Tatsuhito Takaiwa
Naohiro Hoshikawa
Kohei Sato
Ryouji Sai
Fugofugo Yumeji
Yoshihito Sasaki
Shinsuke Z Yamagasa
Fuyuki Takahashi
Tom Howard
The Predator
Steve Corino
CW Anderson
Samoa Joe

Fire Emblem

Shinjiro Ohtani
Masato Tanaka
Kurogewagyuta

UFO

Naoya Ogawa (2 versions)

Brazillian Top Team

Antonio Roderigo Noguiera
Mario Sperry

Freelance

Yoshihiro Takayama (2 versions)
Kazuyuki Fujita

Legend

Jumbo Tsuruta (2 versions)

Imported Wrestlers (Unlocked through "Combine Discs" if King of Colosseum Red Save Data exists on the same Memory Card used for Green)

New Japan Pro Wrestling

Tatsumi Fujinami (2 versions)
Kensuke Sasaki (2 versions)
Power Warrior
Yuji Nagata (2 versions)
Manabu Nakanishi (2 versions)
Shiro Koshinaka
Takashi Iizuka (2 versions)
Yutaka Yoshie
Osamu Nishimura
Junji Hirata
Kengo Kimura
Super Strong Machine
Shinya Makabe
Kenzo Suzuki
Hiroshi Tanahashi
Blue Wolf
Super J
Dan Divine
Kazuo Yamazaki
Osamu Kido
Seiji Sakaguchi
Masa Saito
Kuniaki Kobayashi
Black Cat

NJPW Juniors

Jushin "Thunder" Liger (2 versions)
El Samurai
Minoru Tanaka
Masayuki Naruse
Masahito Kakihara
Wataru Inoue
Katsuyori Shibata
Katsushi Takemura
Dr. Wagner Jr.
Norio Honaga

Team 2000

Masahiro Chono (2 versions)
Hiroyoshi Tenzan
Hiro Saito
Tatsutoshi Goto
Scott Norton
Giant Silva
Giant Singh

Team 2000 Juniors

Koji Kanemoto
AKIRA
Jado
Gedo
Black Tiger III
Goku-Do

All Japan Pro Wrestling

Giant Baba
Keiji Mutoh (2 versions)
Great Muta (2 versions)
Kokushi-Muso
Toshiaki Kawada
Satoshi Kojima
The Great Koji
Taiyo Kea
Hiroshi Hase (2 versions)
Mitsuya Nagai
Hideki Hosaka
Shigeo Okumura
Tomoaki Honma
Kazushi Miyamoto
Stan Hansen
"Dr. Death" Steve Williams
Johnny Smith
Mike Barton
Abdullah the Butcher
George Hines
Mike Rotundo
Jim Steele
Kimala II

AJPW Juniors

Masanobu Fuchi
Kendo Ka-Shin
Tokimitsu Ishisawa
Kaz Hayashi (2 versions)
Jimmy Yang

Pro Wrestling WAR

Genichiro Tenryu
Arashi
Nobutaka Araya
Nobukazu Hirai

Hybrid Wrestling Pancrase

Masakatsu Funaki (2 versions)
Yuki Kondo (2 versions)
Yoshiki Takahashi (2 versions)
Minoru Suzuki
Kiuma Kunioku (2 versions)
Osami Shibuya (2 versions)
Ikuhisa Minowa (2 versions)
Kengo
Kei Yamamiya (2 versions)

Grabaka

Sanae Kikuta (2 versions)
Akihiro Gono
Yuki Sasaki

U-File Camp

Kiyoshi Tamura (2 versions)

Freelance

Riki Choshu (2 versions)
Tadao Yasuda (2 versions)
Michiyoshi Ohara
Don Frye

 

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