NovaPipebomb is Nova's second YouTube channel used exclusively for wrestling videos.
The channel was started on September 16, 2011 and only hosted two series, due to its recent creation and state as a sideline project. Nova had mentioned that the main focus of the channel would be WWE '12, featuring his catalog of old wrestling games until its release. Many viewers say that his second channel is "dead" since he has not been using or uploading on it.
As Nova said on his Formspring, since he moved to The Creature House he was too busy with his main channel and the Hub channel, this being the reason why he wasn't uploading on this channel.
Nova finally released an update video on October 28, 2012 (almost a year since his last video post) saying that he'd been super busy and that he'd get to posting videos. Since then he had posted WWE '12 and WWE '13 videos monthly.
Since January 20th 2013 when he last uploaded a WWE '13 video, he hadn't uploaded on the second channel for 7 months and counting. In an update video on his main channel in June when he was about to go to E3, he said that he would try his best to upload more often on his 2nd channel. In his 2 million subscriber video on his main channel in August, he said that over the the next year he'd try and finish his playthroughs on his 1st and 2nd channels, including unfinished projects such as Assassin's Creed Revelations, Heavy Rain, WWE '12, WWE '13, Smackdown! Here Comes The Pain, Smackdown VS Raw 2011: Chris Jericho's RTWM, and so on.
It was reported that Nova went to visit Bryan Williams at 2K, which could have meant that the wrestling games may return for WWE 2K15. He also met up with fellow YouTubers Tubby Emu, CMPuLs3, and Magnum Pro Wrestling employee, TonyPizzaGuy (aka Anthony Douglas).
On November 18, 2014, Nova briefly brought the channel back once more with WWE 2K15, uploading a few videos of gameplay.
On February 3, 2015, Nova posted an update on the Pipebomb channel on his Facebook page, stating that he has run into copyright issues for game footage, and he hoped to have it ironed out soon.
In October of 2015, Nova said in a tweet that he has pretty much given up on the WWE game series, so NovaPipebomb will most likely not be seeing any uploads in the future.
- WWE '13: Attitude Era
- WWE '12: Road To Wrestlemania
- WWE Smackdown: Here Comes The Pain The Rock Season Mode
- Day of Reckoning 2 (as a welcome to my channel video)
- WWE 2K15