If you feel the need for slam action and the Game Boy is all you got, check out Ring Rage. Taito's latest wrestling game actually doesn't look too bad, considering it's played on a small screen.
There are only five wrestlers to pick from, and none of them are real-life personalities. However, you can pull some real moves off the ropes, from the top of the turn-buckle and while your opponent is down on the mat.
The sounds are nonexistent but the graphics are not bad. For once, the wrestlers take up most of the screen, and the ring takes the backseat. Each wrestler moves fluidly across the screen, but you lose sight of your opponent if you knock him off-screen. The controls produce basic punch, kick, and flying-from-the-ropes attacks, but they're tough to master.
Ring Rage puts the sleeper hold on most hand-held wrestling games so far, even though it does get caught in the ropes once in awhile.