Paul Heyman's client, Brock Lesnar, may no longer be the World Heavyweight Champion, but WWE 2K has launched its in-ring debut for iOS and Android mobiles.

2K has announced that WWE 2K has been hip-tossed into the iOS and Android smartphone ring. Other than last year's WWE SuperCard game, this marks WWE's big venture into mobile gaming, especially in a way that is meant to recreate the drop kick-filled antics of its WWE 2K console game series. WWE 2K tries to offer the most authentic wrestling action you can get.  Out of all the possible wrestlers you can think of, WWE 2K features Hulk Hogan, John (Yawn) Cena, Sting, Triple H, the Undertaker, Daniel Bryan, Roman Reigns, Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose (RIP to the Shield), and Bray Wyatt. There are different kinds of match and game types, including a Create-a-Superstar mode as well as full wrestling entrances and move sets.

“As the first simulation-based WWE video game for mobile devices, WWE 2K provides an opportunity to experience virtual WWE action anywhere and at any time,” said Greg Thomas, President at Visual Concepts. “Inspired by the gameplay and authenticity of WWE 2K for consoles, WWE 2K offers WWE and mobile gaming enthusiasts a variety of popular WWE Superstars, game modes and more in a premium mobile format.”

WWE 2K costs $7.99 (that's less than a month's subscription to the WWE Network!) to download and it is out now at the App Store and Google Play.