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    SWF - The Eisen Era

    Disclaimer: This BTB is based off the PC TEW2008, so I did not make the pictures of characters, however I did create all the shows etc. It may contain material that sensitive people may find offensive, It starts in January 2008... Also I will also be posting all the things off show, when the characters will be in character, as if wrestling is real.



    AMERICAN WRESTLING HISTORY


    The History Of The CornellVerse

    North American Wrestling History
    Wrestling started becoming a real profession in the US around the 1960s, which is generally known as the "Traditional Era". Prior to this it had been little more than a sideshow attraction, but the 60s saw the emergence of several regional territories, with wrestlers travelling from promotion to promotion. It was hard for wrestlers to become real superstars, as they rarely stayed in one place long enough to really become dominant, but some carved out good reputations for themselves and earned great livings - amongst these were men like Dan Stone and George DeColt, who would later go on to be successful promoters. The major territories at this time included Championship Wrestling from Boston (run by Gene Plumelli), Dick The Devastator's All-American Florida Wrestling, the Tri-State area's American Pro Wrestling Federation, California Pro Wrestling (headed by Preston Holt), and the Texas Wrestling League.

    The end of this situation began in around 1978, when a relatively new promotion called Supreme Wrestling Federation, under the leadership of a young promoter called Richard Eisen, began building up an impressive roster by offering long-term contracts to some of the most popular wrestlers, which was unheard of in those days. By 1980, SWF was able to put on wrestling's first pay-per-view event, which marked the beginning of the "Supreme Era". SWF became the national powerhouse, with clever marketing and showmanship making the smaller promotions look amateurish. By the mid 80s, almost all the regional promotions had been put out of business, and SWF was almost entirely dominant, with their headline wrestlers like Sam Strong and Rip Chord being national superstars.

    It was over 15 years before another promotion managed to rise and take on the might SWF, and this happened in December 1996 when Hollyweird Grappling Company debuted, kicking off the "Modern Era". With a millionaire funding them, HGC brought in Strong and Chord (who had both left SWF many years ago) on big money contracts to provide star power, and populated the rest of their roster with former SWF stars (like the Vessey Brothers) and the cream of the independent leagues (such as Ricky Dale Johnson and Liberty). The tactic worked, as they were able to go head-to-head with SWF almost immediately, and were accepted as a viable competitor by the fans. The most recent twist happened in late 2004, when HGC were taken over by famous wrestler Tommy Cornell, and renamed Total Championship Wrestling.




    SWF

    Supreme Wrestling Federation

    The Supreme Wrestling Federation are the most famous wrestling promotion in the world, and have been the dominant force in American wrestling for over twenty years.

    Creating by the ruthless and controversial Richard Eisen, he used his concept of "sports entertainment" to almost single-handedly destroy the territorial system that had existing in America for many years and create the most successful promotion that had ever existed.

    Recently the SWF have had to deal with the second genuine threat to their dominance for many years, after Danger and Violence Extreme (DaVE) was bought of in late 2007, Total Championship Wrestling stepped up their game even more and have emerged as a rival who are willing to go head-to-head with them.


    Champions




    SWF World Heavyweight Champion
    Jack Bruce (1)
    Won: Week 4, August 2007
    Previous Champion: Runaway Train



    SWF Supreme Championship
    Rich Money (2)
    Won: Week 4, December 2007
    Previous Champion: Eric Eisen



    SWF Tag Team Championship
    The Amazing Bumfholes (2)

    Won: Week 2, November
    Previous Champions: The Samoan Wildboyz



    SWF Shooting Star Championship
    Marc Dubois (2)
    Won:
    Week 1, August 2007
    Previous Champion: Brett Biggz

    ROSTER


    Male Wrestlers


    Name: Akima Brave
    Size: Middleweight
    Face/Heel: Face
    Music: "Savage"
    Brawling: B-
    Technique: D+
    Flying: C+
    Entertainment: C+
    Push: Midcarder
    Biography: Malili "Akima Brave" Umaga is a young risk taker, part of the extended Samoan family of wrestlers (his older brother is Rav "Rhino" Umaga of Golden Canvas Grappling fame). He graduated from the Supreme Wrestling Federation training camp in 2005, making his pro debut in December of that year. He is best known as one half of The Samoan Wildboyz tag team, alongside Kid Toma. A daring worker with a lot of heart, Akima is one to watch for the future.


    Name: Andre Jones
    Size: Middleweight
    Face/Heel: Heel
    Music: "Famous"
    Brawling: D
    Technique: D-
    Flying: D
    Entertainment: C-
    Push: Lower Midcarder
    Biography: Andre Jones is a youngster from North Dakota, who joined the Supreme Wrestling Federation in 2004 as a rookie. Originally a bland babyface curtain-jerker, he began to show more character when he became The Guru's lackey and chief interference runner. That relationship ended toward the end of 2006, when Jones switched allegiances to become the silent muscle backing up Frederique Antonio Garcia. A little known fact is that Andre is also a world calibre volleyball player.


    Name: Anthony Alonso Garcia
    Size: Middleweight
    Face/Heel: Heel
    Music: "Famous"
    Brawling: C+
    Technique: B-
    Flying: D
    Entertainment: B-
    Push: Midcarder
    Biography: Anthony Alonso Garcia is the wrestler formerly known simply as Flex. Under that name, he was one half of the "Flex and Pecs" tag team, a duo who first came to people's attention with USPW, but became nationally known when they joined SWF in 2005. They split up in August 2006, having gotten lost in the promotion's heavily populated tag division, and Garcia debuted his new ring name and character just a few months later; the change clearly boosted his career, as pretty soon he was rising up the card and had become one of the most entertaining acts in the promotion.


    Name: Bart Biggz
    Size: Lightweight
    Face/Heel: Face
    Music: "Biggz Street"
    Brawling: D+
    Technique: B-
    Flying: C+
    Entertainment: C
    Push: Midcarder
    Biography: Bart Biggz is best known for his successful tag team with his brother Brett, having won four SWF tag team titles since 2001. In recent years the team has begun to look quite stale though, mainly because there has been a new wave of younger, more exciting duos debuting in the promotion. At their peak, Brett always got more plaudits, due to his more flashy ring work, but now many are thinking that Bart may have the better singles career, as he has developed into a really solid wrestler.


    Name: Big Smack Scott
    Size: Heavyweight
    Face/Heel: Heel
    Music: "Big Man"
    Brawling: D-
    Technique: E
    Flying: E
    Entertainment: B
    Push: Midcarder
    Biography: Big Smack Scott (Scott Sinclair) is infamous as one of the most disliked and controversial wrestlers around, not just because of his giant ego and attitude problems, but also because he is well known as a sloppy worker whose unsafe moves have injured many of his peers. However, it is undisputable that he does have a magic "X factor" about him which makes him an incredibly effective heel, and that might explain why the SWF took a big risk (and upset half the locker room) by signing him in 2006.


    Name: "Big Money" Brandon James
    Size: Big Heavyweight
    Face/Heel: Heel
    Music: "The Deal"
    Brawling: B-
    Technique: E+
    Flying: F+
    Entertainment: C+
    Push: Upper Midcarder
    Biography: "Big Money" Brandon James is one of SWF's brightest young stars. Prior to joining the company he achieved success as Big Cat Brandon in DAVE, where his combination of intensity, power, and superstar aura took him all the way to the company's Unified title. When DAVE went out of business a bidding war for the highly coveted free agent broke out between SWF and TCW, with the former eventually winning courtesy of a five year deal with creative control, something that SWF had never offered to anybody before - a sure sign that Richard Eisen saw dollar signs when he looked at the powerhouse. "Big Money" debuted during the summer under the management of fellow DAVE alumni Emma Chase, making an instant impact by destroying fan favourite Lobster Warrior on pay-per-view during a post-match assault.


    Name: Brett Biggz
    Size: Lightweight
    Face/Heel: Face
    Music: "Biggz Street"
    Brawling: D
    Technique: D
    Flying: B
    Entertainment: C
    Push: Midcarder
    Biography: Brett Biggz is best known for his successful tag team with his brother Bart. When they debuted for SWF in 1999, their flashy aerial warfare was a breath of fresh air for a tag division used solely to plodding heavyweights, and they quickly became two of the promotion's most marketable stars. Recently they've begun to feel the pressure though, as several new, younger teams have appeared, and the Biggz brothers have begun to look very tame in comparison.


    Name: Christian Faith
    Music: "Have Faith"
    Size: Heavyweight
    Face/Heel: Face
    Brawling: C+
    Technique: C-
    Flying: E+
    Entertainment: A-
    Push: Main Eventer
    Biography: Christian Faith is one of the most enduring figures in US wrestling, having been a headliner for the Supreme Wrestling Federation almost continually since the 1980's. While not great in the ring, he has massive charisma and knows how to put on an exciting match. Early in his SWF career he struggled to break out, stuck in the shadow of the legendary Sam Strong and Rip Chord. However, once those two left, his career went into super nova, and some would even say he has now eclipsed both men. He is highly respected within the wrestling community, as is called "The Iron Man" by his peers due to the legendary work ethic and resilience; in two decades of work for the SWF you can count the amount of shows he has missed through injury or illness on one hand.


    Name: Elmo Benson
    Size: Lightweight
    Face/Heel: Face
    Music: "Roll The Dice"
    Brawling: D-
    Technique: C+
    Flying: C
    Entertainment: C+
    Push: Upper Midcarder
    Biography: Benson "Benny" Crane is an extremely charismatic Canadian high flier, better known as Elmo Benson in the Supreme Wrestling Federation, one half of the High Concept tag team along with Groucho Bling. Trained by the Stone family up in Canada, he used to work under the name "Beautiful" Benny Benson, but got his big break when SWF signed him in 2003. High Concept's high flying style soon made them popular with the fans, and they won their first tag team titles in October 2004. Since then they have only gone up The tag team ladder!


    Name:Enforcer Roberts
    Size: Middleweight
    Face/Heel: Heel
    Music: "The Boss"
    Brawling: D+
    Technique: B
    Flying: E-
    Entertainment: E
    Push: Upper Midcarder
    Biography: Phillip "Enforcer" Roberts is highly respected as one of the best, most consistent wrestlers in North America. He first came to national attention when he joined SWF in 1996, and while his performances were excellent, his lack of charisma held him back badly. Fortunately for him, he was soon repackaged into a character that was specifically designed to hide his flaws - he became Enforcer Roberts, Richard Eisen's silent threat. Ten years later, he is now considered part of the backbone of SWF.


    Name: "The Charismatic" Enygma
    Size: Middleweight
    Face/Heel: Face
    Music: "Silence"
    Brawling: D
    Technique: D
    Flying: D+
    Entertainment: C+
    Push: Upper Midcarder
    Biography: Enygma is a former SWF world champion, who burst onto the scene out of nowhere in 2002 and quickly became massively over thanks to a huge push and accompanying undefeated streak. However, a poorly booked short world title reign in 2004 (which some blame on backstage politics) basically killed his momentum dead, and he has been gradually falling further and further down the SWF pecking order ever since, as without the undefeated streak, his less than stellar skills are brutally exposed.


    Name: Eric Eisen
    Size: Lightweight
    Face/Heel: Heel
    Music: The Boss
    Brawling: D-
    Technique: E+
    Flying: C+
    Entertainment: C+
    Push: Main Eventer
    Biography: Eric Eisen is the youngest son of SWF owner Richard Eisen. Being brought up around the wrestling industry, it was unquestioned that he would end up working in the business, but what surprised many was that he chose to pursue a career as an active wrestler rather than the easier path of becoming an announcer or backstage worker. He's not a great worker by any means, even after training with some of the best wrestlers around, but he is respected by his peers for his strong work ethic and attitude. He is the complete opposite of his character, a man who constantly hides behind Enforcer Roberts.


    Name: Gargantuan
    Size: Super Heavyweight
    Face/Heel: Heel
    Music: "Tycoon"
    Brawling: C-
    Technique: F+
    Flying: F-
    Entertainment: E+
    Push: Midcarder
    Biography: One of the most physically imposing wrestlers around, Gargantuan is a giant Canadian powerhouse. Standing at seven feet tall, and with the impressive muscular physique of a body builder, he has the look of a comic book super villain come to life. While his skills in the ring are somewhat lacking, his look alone is was guaranteed to catch the eye of promotions looking to create a new unstoppable killer heel. SWF was doing exactly this and brought him in to be Rich Money's Body Guard.


    Name:Greg Rayne
    Size: Middleweight
    Face/Heel: Face
    Music: "Rayne Dance"
    Brawling: D-
    Technique: D-
    Flying: F
    Entertainment: D+
    Push: Lower Midcarder
    Biography: Greg Rayne is a rookie who came through the Supreme Wrestling Federation training camp. A good looking kid with lots of athletic ability, he debuted for the promotion in August 2007 with a loss to Rich Money. Since then he has remained in the lower reaches of the card, slowly developing his skills and character.


    Name: Groucho Bling
    Size: Lightweight
    Face/Heel: Face
    Music: "Roll The Dice"
    Brawling: D-
    Technique: C+
    Flying: B-
    Entertainment: C+
    Push: Upper Midcarder
    Biography: Greg Black is better known as Groucho Bling, one half of the High Concept tag team with Elmo Benson, one of the Supreme Wrestling Federation's main tag team attractions. Originally trained in Canada by the Stone family, he used to work under the name Greg Wright, teaming with Art Reed as Reed and Wright, but it was when he was picked up by SWF in 2003 and teamed up with Benson that his career picked up, and he is now considered one of the SWF's brightest young talents.


    Name: Jack Bruce
    Size: Middleweight
    Face/Heel: Face
    Music: "Head banger"
    Brawling: C+
    Technique: C+
    Flying: C-
    Entertainment: A
    Push: Main Eventer
    Biography: Flamboyant New Yorker Jack Bruce is a talented all round worker, whose big break was when he was hired by Total Championship Wrestling in 1998 to be the lead singer of their rock band \ stable "Painful Procedure". That role, which he played to perfection, sky-rocketed him from unknown to superstar almost overnight. In August 2004, he chose to "defect" to TCW's big rivals the Supreme Wrestling Federation, which was one of the biggest news stories of the year. He quickly established himself as one of SWF's biggest and brightest main event stars, and capped off his rise to the top when he defeated Runaway Train in August 2007 to capture the SWF world title.


    Name: James "Mainstream" Hernandez
    Size: Lightweight
    Face/Heel: Heel
    Music: "On The Fly"
    Brawling: D
    Technique: B-
    Flying: B+
    Entertainment: C
    Push: Midcarder
    Biography: James "Mainstream" Hernandez is a charismatic Canadian high flier with a huge amount of potential. He was a member of the initial MAW roster when the company first began, although he was originally a tag team wrestler, working alongside Erik Strong as Call To Action. That lasted only a few months before Mainstream went solo. As well as improving as a worker under Rip Chord's expert eye, Hernandez found a lot of success as a singles wrestler in the promotion; winning both of the first two Rip Chord Invitational tournaments and the Mid Atlantic Championship title, cementing his place as the brightest prospect that MAW had. In February 2007, at Rip Chord's urging, Hernandez headed off to test his newly-polished skills in the wider wrestling world, first heading for RIPW, SWF's development promotion. In January 2008 he got the call up to the main roster.


    Name: Jim Force
    Size: Heavyweight
    Face/Heel: Face
    Music: "Force"
    Brawling: D
    Technique: E+
    Flying: E
    Entertainment: A
    Push: Midcarder
    Biography: Face-painted powerhouse Jim Force is a former bodybuilder, who first came to attention with SWF in the 1990s, winning two North American titles and coming very close to the world title on several occasions. He was eventually released in 2000, when even the great SWF booking team of that era could no longer hide the fact that his in-ring skills were sub par compared to the rest of the roster. He wound up in USPW by 2002, where he was a former four time champion, and was one of their biggest names. But in November 2007 money lured him back to the clutches of Richard Eisen's SWF.


    Name: Joe Sexy
    Size: Heavyweight
    Face/Heel: Heel
    Music: "Damn"
    Brawling: C
    Technique: E
    Flying: F+
    Entertainment: A
    Push: Upper Midcarder
    Biography: Joe Sexy is a big brawler who is most closely associated with the Supreme Wrestling Federation, having spent his entire career with them. He debuted late in life, at the age of 29, but has risen fast since then and is now one of the most valuable talents on the SWF roster, and is a former North American champion. He is by no means a great worker, just a pretty good one, but he more than makes up for that with his natural charisma.


    Name: Joseph Jiminez Garcia
    Size: Middleweight
    Face/Heel: Heel
    Music: Famous
    Brawling: C-
    Technique: D-
    Flying: E+
    Entertainment: C
    Push: Lower Midcarder
    Biography: Joseph Jiminez Garcia is the latest gimmick employed by hispanic wrestler Mikel Jiminez. He first came to fame as Pecs, one half of the Flex and Pecs tag team, wrestling in USPW and the SWF before the duo was broken up. Once he was separated from his more talented partner (Anthony Alonso Garcia) he began to struggle; being repackaged as "The Spanish Phenom" Mikel Alonso did nothing for his career, and he would then go through another change to become Super Starfish, the fouth member of the Underwater Union. In truth, the character was just created as the catalyst for the break-up of the stable, "the commotion in the ocean", and within months the character was history. They then decided to have him repackaged as Joseph Jiminez Garcia, Anthony's half brother as his aid in winning matches as well as being an occasional tag team partner.


    Name: Kid Toma
    Size: Lightweight
    Face/Heel: Face
    Music: "Savage"
    Brawling: C
    Technique: D
    Flying: B-
    Entertainment: C-
    Push: Midcarder
    Biography: Tama "Kid Toma" So'oialo is another member of the extended family of Samoans within the wrestling industry, being the younger brother of Samoan Machine (Bali So'oialo). He was trained in the famous SWF training camp, graduating in 2005 in the excellent class that also included Marc DuBois and the Bumfhole brothers. Making his SWF debut in December 2005, Kid Toma spent 2006 establishing his Samoan Wildboyz tag team with Akima Brave as one of the most exciting duos in wrestling.


    Name: Knuckles
    Size: Heavyweight
    Face/Heel: Heel
    Music: "Rollin'"
    Brawling: C+
    Technique: E
    Flying: F+
    Entertainment: C-
    Push: Midcarder
    Biography: Peter "Knuckles" Roach, who teams with Shady K as Death Row, was one of the 2005 graduates of the famous SWF training camp class that included workers like Marc DuBois and the Bumfhole brothers. While not a great in-ring wrestler by any means, Knuckles is smart enough to play to his strengths - intense brawling and crowd interaction - and has youth and desire on his side. Death Row look set to be a big part of SWF, already having beaten former two time tag champs Jumbo Shrimp and Calamari Kid.


    Name: Kurt Laramee
    Size: Light Heavyweight
    Face/Heel: Heel
    Music: "Mean Streets"
    Brawling: C
    Technique: F
    Flying: F+
    Entertainment:
    Push: Midcarder
    Biography: "The King Of The Streets" Kurt Laramee is a tough, rugged brawler. He was picked up by DAVE very early in his career, and he went on to win a record-breaking five Brass Knuckles titles. He was being groomed to be their next figurehead, with people talking about Phil Vibert's genius at having made a raw rookie into a star, but Kurt shockingly walked out on them in 2006 when SWF came calling. He is now attempting to adapt to life in the less hardcore atmosphere of SWF. But now he is being shaped into a hardcore thug to utilize his little in ring talent.


    Name: Lobster Warrior
    Size: Middleweight
    Face/Heel: Face
    Music: "Bubbles"
    Brawling: C+
    Technique: B-
    Flying: C
    Entertainment: B-
    Push: Main Eventer
    Biography: Chris Morrisette is a talented, versatile worker, best known for his work as Lobster Warrior in the SWF, where he has become one of the most popular and marketable stars in North America's biggest promotion. Prior to joining the SWF, his best work had been done in Canada, where he was an integral part of the CGC promotion, first under his real name, and later as "Lobster Man", his own creation and a prototype for the character that would eventually lead him to stardom in America. After years of sterling midcard work, 2007 saw the SWF finally start a big push for Lobby with the "commotion in the ocean" storyline; the break-up of the Underwater Union gave him both huge momentum and positioned him well as a top singles contender.


    Name: Marc Dubois
    Size: Middleweight
    Face/Heel: Heel
    Music: "Prospect"
    Brawling: C+
    Technique: C+
    Flying: B
    Entertainment: B-
    Push: Midcarder
    Biography: "The Can't Miss Propsect" Marc DuBois is a young French-Canadian wrestler, who is a fabulous athlete with a natural ring presence and timing, and should go far. He was the undoubted star of the class that graduated SWF's private training school in December 2005, and he made an instant impact on SWF, pinning the veteran Lobster Warrior on his debut. Just two months later he defeated Warrior's stable mate Calamari Kid to win his first title, the Shooting Star championship.


    Name:Paul Huntingdon
    Size: Middleweight
    Face/Heel: Heel
    Music: "Aristocrat"
    Brawling: D
    Technique: D
    Flying: D
    Entertainment: B-
    Push: Lower Midcarder
    Biography: "Blue Blood" Paul Huntingdon. is a wrestler who, even though he is still young, already has a lengthy and varied career behind him. He got involved in the business at just 14, doing various odd jobs for what independent promotions would let him help. By 18 he was doing ringside work as a manager, playing a snobbish rich kid under the name Lord Geoffrey Windameer. Using the contacts he had already built up he began training with a variety of different wrestlers, and eventually got a big break when he was signed by RIPW, the SWF's feeder league, in 2006. His time there, working as Aristocrat, saw him develop quickly from an inconsistent spot monkey into a pretty solid competitor, and in December 2007 he got his dream move when he was called up to the main SWF roster. He debuted on the very final show of the year under his new ring name.


    Name: Randy Bumfhole
    Size: Middleweight
    Face/Heel: Face
    Music: "Zoom"
    Brawling: C+
    Technique: B-
    Flying: C
    Entertainment: B
    Push: Midcarder
    Biography: Randy Power is a young star from Florida, who graduated from the SWF training camp in 2005. Debuting alongside his brother Zimmy in December of that year, the Amazing Bumfholes quickly established themselves as one of the hottest tandems in the business, defeating High Concept for the prestigious SWF Tag Team titles in 2006. Both Randy and Zimmy seem to have all the tools necessary to become huge stars in the business.


    Name: Remmy Skye
    Size: Lightweight
    Face/Heel: Face
    Music: "Skye High"
    Brawling: C-
    Technique: D+
    Flying: B
    Entertainment: B
    Push: Midcarder
    Biography: "Psyche Out" Remmy Skye is a youngster from Georgia, who has become something of a cult figure with Coastal Zone Championship Wrestling. Debuting in 2003 while just 19 years old, Skye quickly won over the fans with a combination of his oddly hypnotic charisma and his insane daredevil wrestling style. He is often referred to as the "King Of The Ladder Match", which is down to the fact that he has been involved in some incredible ladder matches over the years, especially with Fox Mask and Plague. After three years in the promotion he became extremely loyal and refused 2 offers from the SWF, eventually he decided to pack up and leave, after a dispute about him not winning the title and he was signed by the SWF.


    Name: Remo
    Size: Big Heavyweight
    Face/Heel: Heel
    Music: "Power"
    Brawling: B
    Technique: E
    Flying: E
    Entertainment: C-
    Push: Main Event
    Biography: Remo Richardson is one of the brightest young prospects in wrestling. Discovered by the SWF scouting system while he was just 19 years old and fresh out of training, Remo has been with the promotion ever since, slowly being groomed for success. A true powerhouse, he is known for his explosive attack style and surprising athleticism. Over the years he has developed into a great worker, and he seems to be virtually guaranteed to eventually be world champion.


    Name: Rich Money
    Size: Heavyweight
    Face/Heel: heel
    Music: "Tycoon"
    Brawling: C+
    Technique: C+
    Flying: D-
    Entertainment: B+
    Push: Main Eventer
    Biography: Rich Money first came to attention as one of the star workers of the fast-rising United States Pro Wrestling, putting in performances that convinced SWF to sign him up in 2005. Since then he has been one of the company's true MVPs, and is clearly being groomed for an eventual main event run. His plays his super-arrogant, rich bully character to perfection, and has the in-ring skills to back his entertaining gimmick up with awesome matches too.


    Name: Robbie Retro
    Size: Heavyweight
    Face/Heel: Face
    Music: "Disco Dancin'"
    Brawling: D+
    Technique: E
    Flying: E-
    Entertainment: C+
    Push: Midcarder
    Biography: "The Disco Stud" Robbie Retro is a big 278lb rookie brawler, who made his pro debut in 2004. His enormously fun character very quickly won him a cult following on the Northern independent circuit, and many who have met him have confirmed that "The Disco Stud" is merely a version of his real life wacky personality, just amped up a bit to make it more over the top. Seeing his potential, SWF signed him in 2005, and he has steadily been working his way up the promotion ladder ever since.


    Name: Runaway Train
    Size: Big Heavyweight
    Face/Heel: Heel
    Music: "Of The Tracks"
    Brawling: C-
    Technique: F
    Flying: F-
    Entertainment: D+
    Push: Main Eventer
    Biography: Runaway Train is most famous for being SWF's premier monster heel since 2000, a status he earned thanks to a legendary angle when he put Christian Faith into temporary retirement with a powerbomb off a sound stage. Prior to his SWF career, he worked under his real name, Barry Bowen. While his potential was obvious, he didn't really accomplish as much as was expected, with a short main event run with CGC in Canada being the highlight. He has been an almost constant SWF main event presence since 2004, but after having his second world title reign ended by Jack Bruce in August 2007 it does appear that the ageing warrior is slowly being phased out, having his monster heel status transferred to Vengeance instead.


    Name: Shady K
    Size: Heavyweight
    Face/Heel: Heel
    Music: "Rollin'"
    Brawling: C
    Technique: E+
    Flying: F+
    Entertainment: C
    Push: Lower Midcarder
    Biography: One of the graduates of the exceptional Supreme Wrestling Federation training camp of 2005, Shady K (AKA Karl Thompson) is one half of the Death Row tag team with Knuckles. A decent brawler with time to improve, the self-proclaimed "Ultimate Thug" could go far. That potential was certainly in evidence in December 2005 when Death Row made their debut, as they managed to get a victory over former two time tag team champions Jumbo Shrimp and Calamari Kid.


    Name: Squeeky McClean
    Size: Middleweight
    Face/Heel: Heel
    Music: "Clean"
    Brawling: D
    Technique: C+
    Flying: D
    Entertainment: B-
    Push: Upper Midcarder
    Biography: Squeeky McClean is one of the most consistent wrestlers in North American wrestling, turning in solid technical displays at every turn. He began his career in Canada with CGC, under his real name of John McClean, but never really broke out of the midcard. Nowadays, his most recognisable role is as an annoyingly self-righteous heel with the Supreme Wrestling Federation, a character that became popular enough to take him all the way to a North American title reign in 2006.


    Name: The Wrath Of God
    Size: Light Heavyweight
    Face/Heel: Heel
    Music: "Sins"
    Brawling: C
    Technique: C+
    Flying: D-
    Entertainment: B-
    Push: Upper Midcarder
    Biography: The Wrath Of God (AKA Jack Giedroyc) is a very solid British wrestler who has charisma to spare, and is a distant cousin of Canadian worker Joey Poison. He built up a reputation for excellence on the UK scene over the course of many years, which led to a huge break in 2006 when he was signed by American promotion DAVE. He was an instant hit with the fans, and by October had already gotten his first taste of gold, scoring a hugely impressive pinfall victory over Big Cat Brandon to win the Brass Knuckles championship. What could have been a career unsettling event - the demise of DAVE in April 2007 - proved to be little more than a bump in the road though, as that actually opened the door for him to be signed up by the world's biggest promotion, the Supreme Wrestling Federation.


    Name: Tom "Angry" Gilmore
    Size: Middleweight
    Face/Heel: Heel
    Music: "Furious"
    Brawling: B-
    Technique: B-
    Flying: C
    Entertainment: A*
    Push: Upper Midcarder
    Biography: Tom "Angry" Gilmore is a Canadian worker who has an international reputation for excellence. When he first began his career he was seen as an innovative high flier, mixing traditional mat work with some flashy daredevil tactics. The pinnacle of this part of his career was winning the coveted Burning Junior title in Japan. He came to wrestle in America with SWF in 2002, bulking up his muscle mass and changing his style accordingly. He has become one of their most reliable stars since then.


    Name: Valiant
    Size: Heavyweight
    Face/Heel: Face
    Music: "Heart Of America"
    Brawling: C
    Technique: D-
    Flying: F+
    Entertainment: B-
    Push: Midcarder
    Biography: Valiant is a young worker who seems to have unlimited potential. With his muscular physique, long hair, and all-American smile, he is perfect for the role of babyface hero, which is how most promoters use him. After breaking through with CZCW in 2006, he caught the eye of the SWF management team, who saw him as a future star and quickly signed him up to a development contract, sending him to RIPW. His one year run there was essentially just to groom him for success, and in late 2007 he got the inevitable call up onto the main roster.


    Name: Vengeance
    Size: Big Heavyweight
    Face/Heel: Heel
    Music: "Satan's Secret"
    Brawling: B-
    Technique: C-
    Flying: F
    Entertainment: B-
    Push: Main Eventer
    Biography: Vengeance is the psychotic alter-ego of the Supreme Wrestling Federation's Skull DeBones. Coming into the promotion after a successful run with DAVE, Skull quickly became one of the promotion's most popular and marketable babyfaces thanks to great booking and his own strong work ethic. In 2007, with the promotion looking to replace ageing long-time main event monster heel Runaway Train, they pulled the trigger on a Skull heel turn. After being screwed out of several world title winning moments, DeBones began to act increasingly erratically, even starting to carry a large chain around with him. Eventually he snapped, bloodying and choking out the legendary Christian Faith to begin a hot feud. It was at this point that he started calling himself Vengeance.


    Name: Zimmy Bumfhole
    Size: Middleweight
    Face/Heel: Face
    Music: "Zoom"
    Brawling: C+
    Technique: C
    Flying: B-
    Entertainment: B-
    Push: Midcarder
    Biography: Zimmy Bumfhole is one of the brightest young stars in America, and regarded by many as a potentially huge superstar in the making. Debuting for the SWF in December 2005 alongside his brother Randy, The Amazing Bumfholes quickly established themselves as a force to be reckoned with, winning the world tag team titles off High Concept within a year of their debut. In December 2006, Zimmy added the Shooting Star title to his resume, beating Bart Biggz in a fantastic ladder match.


    Tag Teams/Stables


    Name: Death Row
    Members: Knuckles & Shady K


    Name: High Concept
    Members: Elmo Benson & Groucho Bling


    Name: Paparazzi
    Members: Anthony Alonso Garcia & Joseph Jiminez Garcia


    Name: Sexual Aggression
    Members: Joe Sexy & Tom "Angry" Gilmore


    Name: The Amazing Bumfholes
    Members: Randy & Zimmy Bumfhole


    Name: The Biggz Boyz
    Members: Bart & Brett Biggz


    Name: The Board Of Directors
    Members: Eric Eisen, Enforcer Roberts & Richard Eisen


    Name: The Pain Alliance
    Members: Big Smack Scott & Kurt Laramee


    Name: The Samoan Wildboyz
    Members: Akima Brave & Kid Toma


    Other Perosnalities



    Name: Ana Garcia
    Job: Backstage Interviewer
    Face/Heel Face
    Biography: Originally born in Hawaii, Ana Garcia moved to Canada at a young age and considers that her nationality. It was there that she first fell in love with wrestling. She was soon putting her good looks and charisma to great use, working as a valet on the Canadian scene, including a stint with NOTBPW. It was there that she was spotted by SWF scouts, who brought her over to the US. She was originally a manager, but in 2006 she made the move to the announcing booth to become a colour commentator.


    Name: BJ O'Niel
    Job: Manager For Te Samoan Wildboyz
    Face/Heel Face
    Biography: BJ O'Neill is from England originally, but also has Samoan heritage. She spent many years on the Southern Californian wrestling scene as a valet, where she developed a solid reputation as a charismatic, beautiful ringside manager. This apparently put her on the radar of the USA's biggest promotion, SWF, and in 2006 she was given a development contract with the new Rhode Island Pro Wrestling company, with a view to eventually moving to the main SWF roster. That big move happened in November 2007, when she was brought up to manage the Samoan Wildboyz.


    Name: Duane Fry
    Job: Announcer
    Face/Heel Face
    Biography: Duane Fry is a play-by-play man, who has worked for the Supreme Wrestling Federation since his 18th birthday. The Tennessee man has worked his way up the corporate ladder, going from the role of researcher when he joined to one of the company's main announcers within six years. He has a relaxed natural style to his commentary, and is famous for his catchphrase of "This is going to be a barn-stormer!"


    Name: Emma Chase
    Job: Manager For Brandon James
    Face/Heel Heel
    Biography: Emma Chase is an ultra-charismatic and beautiful young manager, who was discovered by DAVE owner Phil Vibert when she was still an unknown on the independent scene. After becoming a big name with DAVE under the name Easy Emma, she branched out into other promotions, and made waves in NYCW (as Emma Extreme) and USPW (under her real name). She is widely regarded as one of the best managers in North America, and that prompted DAVE to sign her to a lucrative written contract in 2006 to keep her from being stolen. Unfortunately that did little good, as the promotion itself went out of business the following year. That left the door open for the SWF to finally sign their long-time target, and Emma debuted during the summer in the role of a power-hungry sports agent; her first client was revealed a few weeks after her debut as fellow DAVE alumni Big Cat Brandon, working as "Big Money" Brandon James.


    Name: Jerry Eisen
    Job: General Manager
    Face/Heel Face
    Biography: Jerry Eisen is the eldest son of SWF chief Richard Eisen. He is the only male member of the Eisen family who has not competed in the ring at some point, although he did work as a referee when he was very young as part of his induction into the business, but instead he has made his career by working as the play-by-play man on SWF shows. He is not especially great at it, but he's not awful by any means either. It is widely expected that Jerry will eventually succeed his father as SWF owner. In 2007 he was a focal point of the disasterous "SWF election" storyline where he and his brother Eric competed as to who would "take over" from their father. Jerry represented traditional values in the story, and although he performed well the story ultimately bombed badly.


    Name: Jessie
    Job: Manager Of The Biggz Boyz
    Face/Heel Face
    Biography: Jessica "Jessie" Gilmore (formerly Pearce) is best known for being one of the most popular managers in SWF history, where she is closely associated with the Biggz Boyz, having managed them since her debut in 2002. She is married in real life to Tom "Angry" Gilmore, although that has never been acknowledged on screen. She wasn't involved in wrestling prior to her marriage, but when her husband joined SWF in 2002, Richard Eisen instantly saw her star potential, and soon hired her too.


    Name: Peter Michaels
    Job: Colour Commentator
    Face/Heel Tweener
    Biography: Peter Michaels is considered to be one of the greatest wrestling announcers of all time, and is hugely respected for the way that he can both help tell a story in the ring and relay information to the viewer. He first came to fame as a young announcer with the Texas Wrestling League, and when that company went out of business in 1995, he was swiftly snapped up by the Supreme Wrestling Federation, who had wanted him for many years. In 2007 he became head booker of the promotion in the wake of the departure of Sam Keith. And even after that he still is on the announce booth.


    Name: Richard Eisen
    Job: Owner Of The Company
    Face/Heel Heel
    Biography: Richard Eisen is famously the promoter of the Supreme Wrestling Federation, the most successful promotion of all-time in North America. A controversial figure, his ruthless business sense is what allowed him to create a global empire, but also has made him many enemies, mostly amongst old-school figures who are bitter about the way SWF's rise destroyed the American territorial system. He is possibly the most powerful person in wrestling today.


    Name: The Guru
    Job: Manager Of Runaway Train
    Face/Heel heel
    Biography: The Guru is a manager from Maine, who has found fame as one of the Supreme Wrestling Federation's main heel characters. He was originally a wrestler, but he soon realised that his charisma and microphone skills far outstripped his fairly poor abilities in the ring, and so he became a full time ringside manager instead. His most celebrated partnership is with Runaway Train, who he has been managing ever since the monster's debut in 2000, and has led to the SWF World championship.


    Schedule

    SWF Supreme TV
    (Every Tuesday)

    PPV's

    When Hell Freezes Over 2008
    Thursday, Week 4, January

    Current Card



    Nothing To Lose 2008
    Thursday, Week 4, February

    Current Card


    Awesome Impact 2008
    Thursday week 4, March



    LATEST PPV RESULTS

    Edge Of The Earth 2007
    RESULTS

    Brandon James Def. Remmy Skye

    Marc Dubois Def. Big Smack Scott

    Rich Money Def. Eric Eisen to Become the Supreme Champion

    Bart & Brett Biggz Def. High Concept

    Runaway Train Def. The Wrath Of God

    Remo Def. Lobster warrior

    Jack Bruce Def. Christian Faith to retain The World Title.


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    Nice. Curious to see how you do with this. I have a fairly long-running SWF diary/BTB on the GDS site, so this is pretty cool see. I tried re-posting mine on here awhile ago but its tough with characters that most people don't recognize off the start. Cool to see you using some of the belts Reaper did for me. Good luck.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigpapa42 View Post
    Nice. Curious to see how you do with this. I have a fairly long-running SWF diary/BTB on the GDS site, so this is pretty cool see. I tried re-posting mine on here awhile ago but its tough with characters that most people don't recognize off the start. Cool to see you using some of the belts Reaper did for me. Good luck.
    So you don't mind? Anyway, thanks for the good luck. Also, I have read your diary, it's really good, I believe you won a lot of awards.

    ____________

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    Big Cat Brandon Returns?


    SWF Star "Big Money" Brandon James used to be a former a DaVE Unified champion, until the belt was retired in the Gimmick of a wild animal, Big Cat Brandon, now he looks set to return to that gimmick, complete with face paint. The SWF plan on making this move as he enters the Main Event in the chase for the world title.

    Interview With Runaway Train.

    Recently I (Steve Peer) had the privileged to interview a major SWF star and former World Champion, Runaway Train Also Known by his real name, Michael Trane.

    Steve Peer: Hello Mr. Trane, thanks for coming. how are you doing?

    Michael Trane: I'm doing pretty good, thanks.

    SP: Well, let's get down to the questions. Now, in Professional Wrestling, most wrestlers have a reason, or a hero, or a match that got them to wrestle, who or what was yours?

    MT: Erm, well actually, I have to say I was a huge fan of Sam Strong, the Biggest Strongamaniac in the world, but at the age of 9, my Family had to move to Canada because my Dad was in hospital and to take my mind off things, I would go to Canadian Wrestling Federation shows and I would cheer on George Decolt and Whipper Spencer Marks, The Calgary Wolverines. If I had to choose a match it would be Sam Strong Vs. Bruce the Giant in 2005 at Scars and Stripes. Because I was the guest Referee.

    SP: You mentioned your dad being in Hospital?

    MT: Yes, when I was 8 he was diagnosed with Testicular cancer, when he passed away, I was only 13, I was so depressed, I started eating alot! But the turning point came when I was in my only one year from the prom, I can't be a fatty in a tux, so I took up Boxing using some of my dad inheritance, we were relatively well off, he left me $23,000 and I lost alot of weight.

    SP: Well that is a sad story, who trained you in wrestling?

    MT: I mentioned being a fan of the Calgary Wolverines, the best tag team of all time, well Whipper Spencer Marks, his father, Steven, trained me for two years, it cost me $20,000 I was off by $4,000 but He still trained me, I learnt very fast and it only took me two years to get to a decent standard. As you can understand I was very upset when he passed.

    SP: wow, you where trained by a legend, but how did you become a legend by making it in the SWF?

    MT: well, It wasn't easy, I started Indy bookings in 1997, and I caught the eye of Professor Nero, the former SWF Talent scout, and he signed me up, he said it was due to my size and "Superstar Look." I got in in 1999 and was on their once-a-month development show "Back To The Future" I was almost instantly put in the main event when I made it to the Main Roster.

    SP: So you have been wrestling since 1997, you became I mega star when you took out Christian Faith in February 2000 can you tell the other fans a bit more about this storyline?

    MT: Christian Faith was, and still is, in my mind the best active wrestler on the planet behind Tommy Cornell and I almost ended his career when I tore some skin on his forehead off by accident, but after months of promo's he made his ring return in July of that year at The Supreme Challenge 23 to face me in a match. Which he won.

    SP: What has been you most faviroute match of your career?

    MT: In March 2007 I Faced Jack Bruce at Awesome Impact and I retained my world title in a last man standing match, I loved the ending where I Put a Car On Top Of Him!

    SP: Yes, well If you don't mind me asking, how much do you earn a year, before taxes?

    MT: I earn 216,000 a year, but Christian Faith is at the top of the payroll as he earns 544,320 and seriously you should see his house it is extremely nice!

    SP: You speak very highly of Faith, is he your best friend in the locker room?

    MT: I Get along with a lot of the guys in the back, me and Faith have a great friendship, as do me and Eric Eisen. Richard is OK, he seems to like me, I am great friends with Ana Garcia. My wife hates him but I like to go see Jack Bruce alot, I would say he is my best friend in the back.

    SP: Now Trane, this is the big question, do you think you have another title run left in you?

    MT: To be honest, no, I have been offered the title 3 times during my career but I only accepted it once, because I don't perform as well under pressure, and my skills aren't that good anyway (Laughs) but I also must look to the future, I don't want to become even more washed up. I plan on retiring by the end of the year. Then I have plans on doing one last tour with PGHW in 2009. So I will spend a few months in Japan then I will retire before I reach the age of 46.

    SP: Thanks for your time, have fun in the ring.

    MT: Thanks, take care.






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    SWF Supreme TV PREVIEW


    Jack Bruce, Still On Top.


    >>> After a gruelling 20 minute contest with Christian Faith Jack Bruce pulled out the victory after a sudden New York Minute, what will Faith have to say about his loss last Sunday When he addresses the fans?

    New Supreme Champion!

    >>>
    Last Night Enforcer Roberts was unable to protect Eric Eisen from losing the title to Rich Money after Money hit Eisen with a chair and stole the title, Eisen will be fuming after his loss and the title just went from the clutches of an evil spoiled brat, to the clutches of a Evil Rich Miser! But yet another unstable force has been put in contention when Remo faces off against the champion, for the title!

    The Skye Is The Limit

    >>>
    Remmy Skye once again tried to show us there are no limits, but Big Money is the limit! After a Big Money Move the Sky was lowered and Remmy failed in his attempt to "free" The fans. But on the Next Supreme TV broadcast he will attempt to redeem himself, as he will accept the open challenge for the Shooting Star Championship!

    A Biggz Opportunity.

    >>>
    Bart and Brett Biggz defeated High Concept at Edge Of The Earth and this could possibly put them in contention for a tag title opportunity against The Amazing Bumfholes. But how will they fare in a non title match. All this and more Tuesday 6pm CT...


    Confirmed For SWF Supreme TV

    Bart Biggz & Brett Biggz Vs. Randy Bumfhole & Zimmy Bumfhole

    Non Title

    Remmy Skye Vs. Marc Dubois
    Shooting Star Championship

    Christian Faith Speaks On His Loss



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    Quote Originally Posted by C-Verse View Post
    So you don't mind? Anyway, thanks for the good luck. Also, I have read your diary, it's really good, I believe you won a lot of awards.
    Mind about the belts? No, not at all. I love the work that Reaper does on those belt renders and its great to see them out there.
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