|Finisher 1||Batista Bomb|
|Finisher 2||Batista Bite|
Raw power. Destructive force. Those are the words you could easily correlate to this superstar. Batista is a lovable yet fierce powerhouse with the one thing on his mind, and that is to prove himself above top talent. He's never one to take the back seat - at least, not anymore. In his older days, Batista was into a well-renowned stable called Evolution, and both him and Randy Orton were billed as the future of the WWE. It was somehow proven to be right, but not the way it was expected back then. Batista went on to break out as a top superstar, becoming a five-time World Heavyweight champion, Royal Rumble winner, three-time World Tag Team Championship with two reigns with the Naitch and one John Cena.
With the help and experience of Triple H and Ric Flair behind him Batista was destined for success, however his success did not come in the way that his fellow Evolution members had hoped when Batista won the 2004 Royal Rumble and challenged Triple H for the World Heavyweight Championship at Wrestlemania 21. Shortly after his victory at Wrestlemania, Batista was transferred to Smackdown as part of the WWE’s draft lottery and has since feuded with the likes of JBL, The Undertaker and late, great, Eddie Guerrero. Batista is a four time Heavyweight Champion, his first title reign ended when he had to vacate the title due to injury and his second reign was ended at the hands of The Undertaker at Wrestlemania 23. During the WWE 2008 Draft, Batista was drafted to RAW. In December 2008, Randy Orton punted Batista, causing Batista to be taken out of action for four months. After WrestleMania 25, Batista returned to help Shane McMahon and Triple H while getting revenge on Randy Orton]. Several months later, Orton put Batista out of action again, but the Animal can never be counted out easily. He managed to return and give Orton one last blow before announcing his trade to SmackDown!. The day after Over The Limit 2010, on RAW, he leaves WWE
 WWE SmackDown!: Here Comes the Pain
He makes his debut in the Smackdown! Series as a member of Evolution
 WWE SmackDown! vs. RAW
 WWE SmackDown! vs. RAW 2006
 WWE SmackDown vs. RAW 2007
 WWE SmackDown vs. RAW 2008
Undeniably, Batista was saddled with the Powerhouse fighting style as his primary one, along with being a Brawler. He will knock down on his opponents with raw power, using his fists to pounce with ultimate control strikes along the way. The Batista Bomb deals a great deal of damage, and is instant pin so his opponents will want to stay away from that. And stay away from him in general when he reaches Rampage mode...
 WWE SmackDown vs. RAW 2009
Being the monster that he is, Batista won't hesitate to scorch through his opponent. He holds the K.O. ability, able to knock out his opponents in rough fashion. He can Hammer Throw as well as Lock Pick, all common characteristics of a destructive superstar. He is also very "Resilient", and along with his high durability attribute and his Durability ability... it will take a lot to put the Animal down.
 WWE SmackDown vs. RAW 2010
Since the game was released only 1 month after Batista's return, in this game the Animal doesn't appear with new tattoos.
 WWE SmackDown vs. RAW 2011
The difference between Batista's head and a basketball is: "Basketballs don't hold grudges"