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Throughout the Creator's many years of wrestling - whether it be of the fanfiction variety, e-feds, video games, etc. - he and others on par with him try their hardest to keep the actual wrestlers close to them as well. Though this wiki will not list every last one of their accomplishments, it will instead lead to their article on Wikipedia. It will also provide a picture, a list of title accomplishments from each federation they've been a part of in the Creator's life, and significant events held.

AbyssEdit

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For Abyss' wikipedia article, click here

Abyss debuted in the random wrestling federation that was the Hell Championship Wrestling, a federation ran in an alternate hell universe ran by Trish Stratus and Axel from Kingdom Hearts (don't ask). Abyss arrived as a heel with the strange ability to pull his opponents into a black hole he keeps concealed under a mask. Those who fall into it become his slaves. He feuded with HCW star Colin Thomas before soon becoming a fan favorite among the public. It didn't matter if he battled with his paranoia or even trying to convince people Hulk Hogan was a hero, Abyss still proved to be a loyal asset to the company.

  • Hell Championship Wrestling Tag Team Champion (w/Chris Jericho)
  • Hell Championship Wrestling Hell Tag Team Champion (w/Beetlejuice)

Adam FlashEdit

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For Adam Flash's wikipedia article, click here.

Adam Flash debuted in Jeff Hardy and Lita's Xtreme Wrestling Federation near the end of 2002. He was brought in by Vyxen's sister, Azrael, in ways of driving a wedge between her and her boyfriend Ted Guthrie. It was known when they came face-to-face that he was part of the gang that carved the cursed scar into Ted's right hand. The two had one match which ended with Adam beating Ted to a bloody pulp. Adam didn't play too much of a role after his rival joined the Dragon Circle with Zenkai and Reikon.

Ahmed JohnsonEdit

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For Ahmed Johnson's wikipedia article, click here

Ahmed Johnson debuted in Gemini's wrestling world in 2002 as a member of the Williamsville Wrestling Federation. In his debut match, he won the Tag Team Titles with Gemini against Psycho and Zack Degeneres. Heading into February, he became a member of D-Generation X to ward off X-Cutioner's nWo stable. In a surprise twist of fate, he was given Mark Little's WrestleFest opportunity - the former being injured - to face Adam Tayeh, the WWF Champion, and won it. In his second run with the company, he joined Booker T, Stevie Ray, and Theodore Long in Harlem Heat, winning the Intercontinental Title from Chris Jericho.

  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Champion
  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Intercontinental Champion
  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Tag Team Champion (w/Gemini Drake)

AJ StylesEdit

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For AJ Styles' wikipedia article, click here.

AJ Styles debuted in the Xtreme Wrestling Federation in 2003 as Chris Jericho's tag team partner. Though he didn't play too big of a role, he did assist Jericho in the beatdown of Zenkai after their Dragon's Den Match.






BatistaEdit

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For Batista's wikipedia article, click here.

Batista was only featured in the Xtreme Wrestling Federation in a very short - yet pointless - feud with Gemini Drake. After defeating Christian for the Intercontinental Title, Batista took it as his responsibility to punish Gemini. While he laid low, the members of the Thrillers ambushed the Animal in secret. Before Gemini and Batista could have their match, Batista left the company for reasons unknown.

  • Hell Championship Wrestling Hell Tag Team Title - w/Randy Orton

Big ShowEdit

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For Big Show's wikipedia article, click here.

Big Show debuted in Gemini's wrestling world in 2002 in the Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation. He was brought in for a storyline featuring Christina Ittner, and to eventually reveal he was the real father of her child. The storyline was dropped when the company closed.

Show joined the Williamsville Wrestling Federation in 2004, defeating the Green Goblin for the Hardcore Title. Since defeating him, he was hellbent on solving the mystery of the man behind the mask, which was later revealed to be Willem Dafoe.

Show managed to create his own World Title in 2005 after winning the original version of it from Stalker Sean - the Stalker Sean Title. It wasn't a title to be taken serious, but others thought it would be. He finally chose to unify it with the WWF Title in September 2006 - Shawn Michaels being the last to hold it.

Show won his first WWF Title in a Stacker 3 Ephedera Free Match - a cage match surrounded by the Hell in a Cell, lumberjacks in between the two structure with cattle prods, a ladder on top of the cell, leading up to the rafters where the title was. During this match, he had unintentionally destroyed the structure reaching for the title by falling through the Hell in a Cell and destroying the ring. Somehow, someway, he managed to create a rocket chair in time to get the belt. After winning the King of the Ring tournament the following year, he won the title again from Smokey - a soon-to-be 2 time King of the Ring winner.

Whenever the Big Show appears in Gemini's world, random and bizarre events will occur. His biggest event was discovering the "It's Amazing" Hair Growth Shampoo. This came about when he got into The Leprechaun's pot of gold and made a wish for his hair back. Since then, it's been a running gag. Another running gag is him getting into weird situations with Chris Jericho, like introducing HD to the WWF after they had unintentionally broke the program. Surprisingly, they did it by adding a lot of foods and chemicals together and topping it with a drop of "It's Amazing".

In an alternate timeline 2007, Big Show became a figurehead in the World Wrestling Elite federation supporting the team of the Alliance - Gemini Drake, John Michael, Mark Little, and Gen against Mr. McQuality's Corporation. At one point in the company's history, he was overthrown from his position by The Rock, and went into singles competition. Unfortunately, only the title history was recorded and none of the other history.

Big Show is slated to appear in the upcoming RPG Maker VX Ace title, Beyond Infinity: Anesidora, reluctantly serving Triple H and Stephanie McMahon.

  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Champion - 3 times
  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Intercontinental Champion
  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Tag Team Champion (w/Gemini Drake)
  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Hardcore Champion - 2 times
  • Big Show World Heavyweight Champion - 3 times
  • WWF King of the Ring 2007
  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Universal Champion
  • Spokesman of "It's Amazing" Hair Growth Shampoo
  • World Wrestling Elite World Heavyweight Champion
  • World Wrestling Elite United States Champion
  • World Wrestling Elite President
  • Hell Championship Wrestling World Champion - 2 times
  • Hell Championship Wrestling Intercontinental Champion
  • Hell Championship Wrestling United States Champion
  • Hell Championship Wrestling Tag Team Champion - 5 times (1 w/Damashi, 2 w/Roxas, 1 w/Chris Jericho, 1 w/Mark Little)
  • Hell Championship Wrestling Hardcore Champion
  • Hell Championship Wrestling Extreme Champion
  • Hell Championship Wrestling Television Champion
  • Hell Championship Wrestling Hell Champion
  • Hell Championship Wrestling Hell Tag Team Champion - 3 times (3 w/Chris Jericho)

Billy GunnEdit

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For Billy Gunn's wikipedia article, click here.

Billy Gunn debuted in 2001 in the Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation. He started as a member of D-Generation X with Shawn Michaels, X-Pac, and the Road Dogg, and challenged the Undertaker for the EIWF Title. However, Psycho gave him the European Title to defend earlier in the evening against Chris Benoit and Slappy. This was all just to wear him down long enough for The Undertaker to retain.

Billy became a member of the WWF Rebellion and won the Tag Team Titles with X-Pac against Scott Whiteman and Ivory. However, they quickly lost them to newcomers Brian Moore and Hash.

Billy wasn't seen again until November 2001 when he won the WWF's Intercontinental Title from Mark Little.

When Billy joined the XWF in 2003, he was mainly used as the tag team partner of Chris Benoit. When the two separated, he managed to win the company's Intercontinental Championship from Chris Jericho, and held on to it until the company closed down.

  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Intercontinental Champion
  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Tag Team Champion (w/X-Pac)
  • Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation European Champion
  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation Intercontinental Champion

Billy KidmanEdit

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For Billy Kidman's wikipedia article, click here.

Kidman only debuted in the EIWF in October 2001 with Test as his partner, and Debra as his manager. After the duo lost a Tag Team Title match to Jeff and Matt Hardy, Test booted Kidman out of the group, quite literally. However, Kidman found a new partner in "Stunning" Stevie Nelson in December. It was widely believed the two of them were to win the Tag Team Titles in January if the company didn't shutdown. No one has seen Billy Kidman since then.



The BoogeymanEdit

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For The Boogeyman's wikipedia article, click here.

The Boogeyman debuted in the Hell Championship Wrestling federation ran by Devil Trish Stratus and Axel. He frequently appeared to terrify his potential victims as he did in the real life television show. This time around he could materialize from worms and even spit them out as projectiles. If he truly wished to be terrifying he'd unleash his demonic form, gaining black horns, black wings, black claws, and a scorpion-like tail. Boogeyman proved to be a force to be reckoned with.

  • Hell Championship Wrestling Television Champion

Booker TEdit

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For Booker T's wikipedia article, click here.

Booker T debuted in Gemini's wrestling world in the summer of 1999 as a teammate of both Mark Little and Fluisa. After being joined by brother, Stevie Ray, the team became known as Harlem Heat, delivering ass kickings to anyone who dared cross their paths. Booker's biggest time to shine was when he won the Intercontinental Title from Rambo Mitts at the 2001 Royal Rumble pay-per-view. He sided with Television Champion Norman Smiley and Hardcore Champion Ivory to ward off Mitts' team of Mark and Matt McQuality that continued into WrestleFest IV.

Booker joined the EIWF, mainly as the stooge of Psycho.

Booker rejoined the WWF after the EIWF closed down, feuding with Christian for the Intercontinental Title. He lost each encounter, but later shined on in June 2002 by becoming the King of the Ring. He won the European Title and defended it during his time in the 2004 run.

  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Intercontinental Champion
  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Hardcore Champion
  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation European Champion
  • WWF King of the Ring 2002

BradshawEdit

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For Bradshaw's wikipedia article, click here.

Bradshaw made his debut in Gemini's wrestling world in January 2001 in the Williamsville Wrestling Federation. They were hired by the Impact Players to take the WWF Tag Team Titles from Gemini Drake and John Michael, but weren't able to succeed. They stayed to lend their services to those who could afford their wages.

In August 2001, Faarooq and Bradshaw went to the EIWF as members of the Ministry of Darkness. The Undertaker and Kane willingly forfeited the Tag Team Titles to them since Taker was already EIWF Champion. The Acolytes would hold these titles again after defeating Edge and Christian. They stayed around, mainly to provide their services to those who could pay them, but didn't really get much action after losing the Tag Team Titles to the Hardy Boyz. In the 2002 run, the Acolytes - now A.P.A. - tried to reclaim the Tag Team Titles, only to lose them both times they fought for them.

Sometime in 2001, Faarooq and Bradshaw were in Jeff Hardy and Lita's Xtreme Wrestling Federation, once again providing the role of the bodyguards until 2002.

Brian AdamsEdit

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For Brian Adams' wikipedia article, click here.

Brian Adams - along with Bryan Clark - debuted in Gemini's wrestling world in September 2001 in the EIWF. Together, as the tag team KroniK, they were Meredith's bodyguards in the WWF Rebellion. They proved to be a menacing tag team, even giving Faarooq and Bradshaw a run for their money. However, their plan to capture the EIWF Tag Team Titles fell short when Psycho added The Hardy Boyz to the mix. Since losing their opportunity, KroniK continued to be Meredith's bodyguards, even after she went back to Jared Matulevich, Hades, and the other Natural Born Thrillers. They stayed around long enough to see the EIWF crumble.

In 2002, KroniK went to Jeff Hardy and Lita's Xtreme Wrestling Federation. Once again, they were Meredith's bodyguards, first appearing by attacking Stephanie McMahon when she insulted their client. After their assault, they became the targets of Triple H and The Undertaker. It was announced that at the pay-per-view, Road to Nowhere, it was to be KroniK challenging Triple H and Taker for the Tag Team Titles, but both men had left the business before it could happen. Instead, it was changed to them against Jeff and Matt Hardyz. The match ended in a disqualification, but Jeff forfeited the belts to KroniK, insisting he was done with his brother's attitude. Afterward, KroniK held the Tag Team Titles for a long time until the company's second WrestleMania, losing them to Goldust and Victoria. They were to be involved in a storyline against Christian and Raven's Horror Show team, but the XWF shutdown before it could happen.

Unfortunately, Brian Adams passed away on August 13, 2007. A chance of a KroniK reunion is very unlikely.

  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation Tag Team Champion (w/Bryan Clark)
  • Hell Championship Wrestling Tag Team Champion - 2 times (2 w/Bryan Clark)
  • Hell Championship Wrestling World Tag Team Champion (w/Bryan Clark)

Brock LesnarEdit

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For Brock Lesnar's wikipedia article, click here.

Brock Lesnar debuted in 2002 in Jeff Hardy and Lita's Xtreme Wrestling Federation. When Gemini Drake needed help against Chris Jericho's new team, the SyrKis, he hired Lesnar to join his Natural Born Thrillers team. After defeating them, he provided his services as one of Meredith's many bodyguards. He stayed with the company until its very end in 2003 as he feuded with Raven and Christian's Horror Show team.

Lesnar later appeared in the Williamsville Wrestling Federation in 2004 as a member of the insane Crack Waltzes along with Ron Popeil, Tony Little, Martha Stewart, John Tobias, and Ted Turner. He made an impact in his debut by doing his F-5 finisher on Gemini's sister, Mahalia, neck first into the outside turnbuckle. Gemini got his revenge at the Redemption pay-per-view, then Mahalia got hers at Halloween Havoc in an unsanctioned match. It's unknown what would've happened to Lesnar had the WWF not shutdown after the Havoc.

Bryan ClarkEdit

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For Bryan Clark's wikipedia article, click here.

Bryan Clark - along with Brian Adams - debuted in Gemini's wrestling world in September 2001 in the EIWF. Together, as the tag team KroniK, they were Meredith's bodyguards in the WWF Rebellion. They proved to be a menacing tag team, even giving Faarooq and Bradshaw a run for their money. However, their plan to capture the EIWF Tag Team Titles fell short when Psycho added The Hardy Boyz to the mix. Since losing their opportunity, KroniK continued to be Meredith's bodyguards, even after she went back to Jared Matulevich, Hades, and the other Natural Born Thrillers. They stayed around long enough to see the EIWF crumble.

In 2002, KroniK went to Jeff Hardy and Lita's Xtreme Wrestling Federation. Once again, they were Meredith's bodyguards, first appearing by attacking Stephanie McMahon when she insulted their client. After their assault, they became the targets of Triple H and The Undertaker. It was announced that at the pay-per-view, Road to Nowhere, it was to be KroniK challenging Triple H and Taker for the Tag Team Titles, but both men had left the business before it could happen. Instead, it was changed to them against Jeff and Matt Hardyz. The match ended in a disqualification, but Jeff forfeited the belts to KroniK, insisting he was done with his brother's attitude. Afterward, KroniK held the Tag Team Titles for a long time until the company's second WrestleMania, losing them to Goldust and Victoria. They were to be involved in a storyline against Christian and Raven's Horror Show team, but the XWF shutdown before it could happen.

  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation Tag Team Champion (w/Brian Adams)
  • Hell Championship Wrestling Tag Team Champion - 2 times (2 w/Brian Adams)
  • Hell Championship Wrestling World Tag Team Champion (w/Brian Adams)

C.M. PunkEdit

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For C.M. Punk's wikipedia article, click here.

C.M. Punk only debuted in Jeff Hardy and Lita's Xtreme Wrestling Federation in 2003 as a member of Raven and Christian's Horror Show stable. He lost a match to Steven Richards, then aided in the capture of Meredith. It's unknown what role he would've played if the company didn't close down.






Cassidy RileyEdit

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For Cassidy Riley's wikipedia article, click here.

Cassidy Riley only debuted in Jeff Hardy and Lita's Xtreme Wrestling Federation in 2003 as a member of Raven and Christian's Horror Show stable. It's unknown what role he would've played if the company didn't close down.



Charlie HaasEdit

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For Charlie Haas' wikipedia article, click here.

Charlie Haas debuted in the Xtreme Wrestling Federation in 2003 as Kurt Angle's partner.



Chris BenoitEdit

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For Chris Benoit's wikipedia article, click here.

Chris Benoit debuted in Gemini's wrestling world in August 2001 in the EIWF as a member of the Ministry of Darkness. In his debut match, he defeated Billy Gunn and Slappy for the European Title, only to lose it 24 hours later to Taz. Benoit entered many feuds for the European Title, but never reclaimed it. Sometime in October, he left the EIWF behind.

It was known he was a member of Lita and Jeff Hardy's XWF federation, but most of his history is unknown since Gemini wasn't present at the time of his joining. Sometime after Gemini did join, Benoit debuted as the kayfabe boyfriend of Max Turner's twin sister, Doris. He came close to winning the XWF Title from Jeff at the company's second WrestleMania, but failed. He entered into a feud with Max that ended in a Pit of Broken Glass match, where the objective of the contest was to throw your opponent into that very pit. Max ended up the victor, and Benoit left the XWF due to his injuries.

It became known on June 25, 2007 that Chris Benoit, his wife Nancy, and son Daniel were killed. Later evidence revealed Benoit as the culprit, ruling the murders a "double murder-suicide". The events have led to Benoit being negated from many wrestling organization's history books. Gemini has stated he "wants to remember Chris Benoit the wrestler, not Chris Benoit the murderer." The article on the situation can be read here.

Chris HarrisEdit

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For Chris Harris' wikipedia article, click here.

Chris Harris debuted in the Xtreme Wrestling Federation in 2003 with James Storm. The team, America's Most Wanted, dominated the Tag Team division, and even won the titles from Goldust and Victoria. They went down as the company's last Tag Team Champions. Their final appearance was meeting a friend of Loki's, the Red Queen.

  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation Tag Team Champion (w/James Storm)

Chris JerichoEdit

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For Chris Jericho's wikipedia article, click here.

Chris Jericho made his appearance in Gemini's wrestling world in August 2001 in the EIWF. Although it wasn't a pleasant first experience, Jericho became a member of Psycho's Ministry of Darkness group, the main bad guy faction, winning the Hardcore and Submission Titles. He even became the boyfriend of Mahalia, Gemini's older sister. The relationship was called into question when Mahalia was kidnapped and Jericho seemed more interested in fighting for the EIWF gold. In his second run with the company, he won the Intercontinental Title from The Rock. However, he forfeited the title when Lita, Matt Hardy, Jeff Hardy, and a few others walked out, not wanting to abandon his friends.

In Lita and Jeff Hardy's Xtreme Wrestling Federation, Jericho became the leader of a vampiric stable, the Nightbreed, with Ethan Frost, Talon, Spike, Michael Thomas, Serenity, Kiya, and his doppleganger Khrys. He won multiple XWF titles, although Gemini doesn't know which ones he's held exactly since he wasn't a member yet. He was, in fact, cheating on Mahalia with Stephanie McMahon, which earned him a scar on his face from his ex's talons. This led to a brief feud between him and Gemini when he debuted. Jericho and Gemini fought off and on, with their feud ending with Jericho getting the Intercontinental Title from his rival. His last feud was against the Dragon Messiah Zenkai, another nemesis of Gemini and Mahalia.

When he joined the Williamsville Wrestling Federation, Jericho was quite a goofy character, but his serious side showed up when needed. He fought in the very first Stacker 2 match - a cage match surrounded by the Hell in a Cell, lumberjacks in between both structures with cattle prods, and a ladder on top where a title is suspended - and won his second Intercontinental Title from Pritch Nasty. He won the WWF Title in a six-pack challenge and defended it until the company shutdown in 2004. He returned in 2005 to reclaim the Intercontinental Title and briefly feud with the hellspawn Damian. He became the C.E.O. of the company a few times, and each time he was stripped of his position by unfair means.

  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Champion
  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Intercontiental Champion - 3 times
  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Hardcore Champion - 2 times
  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation C.E.O. - 2 times
  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation Champion - ? times
  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation Intercontinental Champion - ? times
  • Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation Intercontinental Champion
  • Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation Hardcore Champion
  • Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation Submission Champion
  • Hell Championship Wrestling Champion - 2 times
  • Hell Championship Wrestling Tag Team Champion - 2 times (1 w/Abyss, 1 w/Big Show)
  • Hell Championship Wrestling Hell Tag Team Champion - 3 times (3 w/Big Show)

ChristianEdit

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For Christian's wikipedia article, click here.

Christian debuted in Gemini's wrestling world in August 2001 in the EIWF. In his debut match, he and Edge won the Tag Team Titles from Faarooq and Bradshaw, only to lose them a week later back to them. In September, he sided with the WWF Rebellion by joining up with Ted Guthrie and Taz. He won the Cruiserweight Title twice, once from Krazy Kid and once from Edge.

After the EIWF closed down, he joined the Williamsville Wrestling Federation and became the Intercontinental Champion against Booker T. After he lost the title to John Michael, he feuded with Taz, Ryu, and Test for the Television Title, which he won. He was the final Television Champion in the company's history.

Most of Christian's history in the XWF is unknown, since Gemini joined late. When he did, Christian sided with Raven to torment Ted and Taz. After Gemini defeated him for the Intercontinental Title, Christian defeated Scott Whiteman for the European Title, and became the company's last one. He was in a storyline where he and Raven were believed to be a homosexual couple, though there was no evidence that supported this.

  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Intercontinental Champion
  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Television Champion
  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Cruiserweight Champion - 2 times
  • Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation Tag Team Champion (w/Edge)
  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation Intercontinental Champion - ? times
  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation European Champion - ? times
  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation Tag Team Champion - ? times
  • Hell Championship Wrestling Extreme Champion
  • Hell Championship Wrestling Television Champion - 2 times
  • Hell Championship Wrestling European Champion

ChynaEdit

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For Chyna's wikipedia article, click here

Chyna debuted in Jeff Hardy and Lita's Xtreme Wrestling Federation in 2002 in a small comic strip created by Puque. The harlequin made a comic of The Brood's "origin" as well as the XWF's. Chyna was drawn killing the grandfather of Michael Thomas - who surprisingly looked like the grandfather from The Lost Boys. Puque made a clever comment in the comic calling The Ninth Wonder of the World a "Xena on steroids". Surprisingly, a couple of months later, Chyna appeared for one in-ring segment. She left the company before she even had a chance to be used.

Chyna passed away on April 20, 2016. Gemini states that despite all the ups and downs in Chyna's lifetime he never gave up on her. RIP Chyna. You will be missed, Ninth Wonder of the World.

CrowbarEdit

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Crowbar debuted in Gemini's wrestling world as part of the shortlived Intense Wrestling Federation. Throughout its run, he won the Tag Team Championships with Kurt Angle, dominating the division as nearly its sole champions. In November, he and Kurt teamed with Nick Smith, Doris, Ivory, and Synn to form The Nightmares, a team of people wanting domination. In the last Heat Wave show, he lost the Tag Team titles to Ted Guthrie and Ty Willem. He was set to compete in a Survivor Series elimination match at Survivor Games, but the company closed before this could happen.

  • Intense Wrestling Federation Tag Team Champion (w/Kurt Angle)
  • Hell Championship Wrestling Hardcore Champion (w/David Flair and Daffney)
  • Hell Championship Wrestling Cruiserweight Champion - 4 times

DaffneyEdit

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For Daffney's wikipedia article, click here.

Daffney debuted in the EIWF in November 2001 in the middle of the WWF Rebellion chaos. Upon her debut, she quickly allied herself with Mahalia when her split personality, Mahna, took over. After adding Ryu to their ranks, there was to be a storyline that involved the capturing of Christina Ittner's baby. However, Ittner had the story erased before it could take place fully, the spark that Mahalia needed to convince everyone in the EIWF to leave.

Before joining the EIWF, she was in Jeff Hardy and Lita's Xtreme Wrestling Federation where she won numerous Women's Championships. She was romantically involved with Nightbreed's Ethan Frost until 2002 when the mysterious Mordred arrived. After briefly feuding with the harlequin Puque, Daffney broke up with Ethan and went to Mordred. Every now and again, she's seen with his little brother, the Kamikaze Kitsune Loki. She was to play an important role in Gemini and Mahalia's storyline had the XWF not shutdown.

  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation Women's Champion - ? times
  • Hell Championship Wrestling Hardcore Champion (shared with David Flair and Crowbar)
  • Hell Championship Wrestling Vixen's Tag Team Champion (w/Fluisa)

Dawn MarieEdit

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For Dawn Marie's wikipedia article, click here.

Dawn Marie debuted in Gemini's wrestling world in 2004 in the Williamsville Wrestling Federation. It came to be a big surprise when she became the company's Women's Champion, defeating most of the women's roster in a de-bikining contest. She held the title until the company shutdown a month later.

  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Women's Champion





David FlairEdit

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For David Flair's wikipedia article, click here

David Flair debuted in the Hell Championship Wrestling, reunited with his former Badlanders partners Crowbar and Daffney. Together, the trio of hardcore revolutionaries took separate divisions by storm, but with minimal results. A prized moment for David saw him, Crowbar, and Daffney pin Goldust to become Hardcore Champion through the Freebird Ruling. He has the honor of being the one to unify both United States and Intercontinental Championships.

  • Hell Championship Wrestling Hardcore Champion (w/Daffney and Crowbar)
  • Hell Championship Wrestling Intercontinental Champion
  • Hell Championship Wrestling United States Champion

Dean AmbroseEdit

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For Dean Ambrose's wikipedia article, click here.

Dean Ambrose appears in 2016 in the Williamsville Wrestling Federation, serving under new owner Michelle Williams. In this incarnation, the SHIELD still exists and they are the security unit. He appears when Gemini confronts Michelle on how she runs the company. She deems his words against her as "sexual harrassment" and orders the SHIELD to escort him out of the building in handcuffs. Ambrose and Rollins only appear in this one scene.

DebraEdit

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For Debra's wikipedia article, click here.

Debra only appeared in the Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation as the valet of Test and Billy Kidman. After the duo broke up, Debra parted ways with the company.




Diamond Dallas PageEdit

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For Diamond Dallas Page's wikipedia article, click here.

DDP debuted in the Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation in August 2001. However, his debut was shortlived when he accidentally sat on by Fluisa. In October, he returned with a more positive attitude and a new look on life. He aided X-Cutioner, Madam Shoes, and Meredith's feud against The Rock. After defeating him, Chris Jericho, and The Undertaker in a six-person tag match, DDP left the EIWF to pursue more opportunities.

In 2002, he came to Jeff Hardy and Lita's Xtreme Wrestling Federation where he became their European Champion. Max Turner's twin sister, Doris, briefly became his valet until she parted ways with XWF for personal reasons. After he lost the European Title to Gemini Drake, DDP left the company.

In an alternate timeline 2013, Diamond Dallas Page joined the World Wrestling Elite with Goldust as his partner - Diamond Dust. He was more of his manager than an actual wrestler.

  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation European Champion

Dolph ZigglerEdit

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For Dolph Ziggler's wikipedia article, click here

Dolph Ziggler, or rather Nicky of the Spirit Squad, debuted in the Hell Championship Wrestling teaming up once again with the Spirit Squad. In this federation, they served under Axel to help combat against The Undertaker and any other people who tried to stand against him when he was corrupted by power. After the Spirt Squad lost the Tag Team Titles they were released.

Ziggler played a role in the Williamsville Wrestling Federation when he sided with owner Michelle Williams to keep Scott Reilly, Gemini Drake, Mark Little, and Fluisa from entering the Hall of Fame. His partners were Roman Reigns and Sheamus, to which the three lost against the veterans at WrestleFest.

  • Hell Championship Wrestling Tag Team Champion (w/Mikey, Nicky, Mitch, & Johnny)

Earl Hebner Edit

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For Earl Hebner's wikipedia article, click here

Earl Hebner has been the senior official in a lot of the e-feds Gemini and friends have competed in. He is the most recognized referee in sports entertainment today, even if it's to be reminded of the dreaded Montreal Screwjob where he, Vince McMahon, Shawn Michaels, and others screwed over Bret Hart in November 1997 at the Survivor Series.

  • Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation Senior Official
  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation Senior Official
  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Senior Official

EdgeEdit

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For Edge's wikipedia article, click here.

Edge debuted in Gemini's wrestling world in August 2001 in the EIWF with Christian. They debuted as a last minute addition to a Tag Team Championship match, where they won by defeating Faarooq and Bradshaw. They last the belts a week later back to the former champions, and Edge wasn't seen again until November. He aligned with Psycho and defeated Christian for the WWF Rebellion's Cruiserweight Title, even though he wasn't in the weight class. After Christian defeated him for the title, he left the EIWF.

Edge played an important role in the history of Lita and Jeff Hardy's Xtreme Wrestling Federation. Most of his history is unknown, since Gemini didn't join the federation until a year later. All that is known is he married Lita, became a multi-time World Champion, and possibly other titles with it. However, when Gemini had joined, Edge appeared off-and-on, no longer wanting the spotlight. It was widely believed if the XWF stayed open he would've played a huge role in Gemini and Mahalia's storyline.

  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Cruiserweight Champion
  • Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation Tag Team Champion (w/Christian)
  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation Champion - ? times
  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation Tag Team Champion - ? times (w/?)

Eric BischoffEdit

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For Eric Bischoff's wikipedia article, click here.

Eric Bischoff debuted in Jeff Hardy and Lita's Xtreme Wrestling Federation in November 2002. After Max Turner and Jeff's XWF Title match in the Hell in a Cell, Bischoff dared Lita to go the extra mile. No one on staff wanted to hear the man's ideas, considering his history with World Championship Wrestling. When he offered the Elimination Chamber it was almost denied immediately. Finally, Max agreed to the match, but this would be the last time Bischoff ever proposed a match again. He later resurfaced in 2003 with Triple H, claiming Max's child, Mona, was not his. After Hunter defeated him, Nora revealed Bischoff's lie with a paternity test. He would later become the manager of Evolution with Scott Whiteman and Ivory.

Bischoff later opened the Intense Wrestling Federation in 2003, hiring Breck Losnar and Kali Brown as the General Managers of his two shows - Heat Wave and Star Storm. However, the company shut down in December due to lack of funds and talent.

Bischoff then came to the Williamsville Wrestling Federation in 2004, given temporary General Manager status until the Great American Bash with Stephanie McMahon and Paul Heyman. He chose to be in John Michael's corner until he lost the WWF Championship to Chris Jericho in September. He turned his services to Cletus B. Grizzly, hoping to get revenge on his former client. It's unknown where the storyline would've gone since the company closed after Halloween Havoc.

Bischoff reared his head again in October 2006 as a temporary General Manager while Mr. McQuality went on vacation. He made the infamous Stacker 4 match, a match that nearly injured - or possibly could've killed - Gemini Drake, Smokey, Shawn Michaels, and Big Show.

  • Intense Wrestling Federation President

Erik WattsEdit

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For Erik Watts' wikipedia article, click here.

Erik Watts debuted in the Xtreme Wrestling Federation in 2003. He was involved in the storyline involving Loki before the company closed.



Ernest "The Cat" MillerEdit

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For Ernest Miller's wikipedia article, click here.

Ernest Miller debuted in Gemini's wrestling world in 2000 in the Williamsville Wrestling Federation. After John Michael stepped down as commissioner, Ernest took up the position in a heartbeat, proving to be Mr. McQuality downfall on each separate occassion. Miller became commissioner again in 2001, this time feuding with people like Angel Zoelzer, X-Cutioner, and Mr. McQuality. He became Hardcore Champion by defeating Rob Zombie via the 24/7 rule, then awarding it to Rambo Mitts six days later. However, when Zoelzer obtained Vice Presidency, he stripped Miller of his commissionership. He won the European Championship from RVD before losing it to Booker T a month later. In the 2004 run, he worked as "Macho Man" Randy Savage's assistant.

  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Hardcore Champion
  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation European Champion
  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Commissioner

FaarooqEdit

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For Faarooq's wikipedia article, click here.

Faarooq made his debut in Gemini's wrestling world in January 2001 in the Williamsville Wrestling Federation. They were hired by the Impact Players to take the WWF Tag Team Titles from Gemini Drake and John Michael, but weren't able to succeed. They stayed to lend their services to those who could afford their wages.

In August 2001, Faarooq and Bradshaw went to the EIWF as members of the Ministry of Darkness. The Undertaker and Kane willingly forfeited the Tag Team Titles to them since Taker was already EIWF Champion. The Acolytes would hold these titles again after defeating Edge and Christian. They stayed around, mainly to provide their services to those who could pay them, but didn't really get much action after losing the Tag Team Titles to the Hardy Boyz. In the 2002 run, the Acolytes - now A.P.A. - tried to reclaim the Tag Team Titles, only to lose them both times they fought for them.

Sometime in 2001, Faarooq and Bradshaw were in Jeff Hardy and Lita's Xtreme Wrestling Federation, once again providing the role of the bodyguards until 2002.

FrancineEdit

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For Francine's wikipedia article, click here.

Francine appeared in the Xtreme Wrestling Federation in 2003. Before she had her in-ring debut, she left the company.




GodfatherEdit

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For Godfather's wikipedia article, click here.

Godfather debuted in 2002 in the Williamsville Wrestling Federation as a commentator of one of its lesser shows, Sunday Night Breeze, usually co-starred with John Michael. However, when John became the Intercontinental Champion, his co-host would be a variant superstar.

  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Commentator

GoldbergEdit

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For Goldberg's wikipedia article, click here.

Goldberg only appeared in the Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation in August 2001. After losing his chance at the EIWF Title, both against Undertaker and Steve Austin, Goldberg was fired for disobedience.




GoldustEdit

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For Goldust's wikipedia article, click here.

Goldust made his debut in Gemini's world in 2002 in the Williamsville Wrestling Federation. He mainly did bizarre vignettes, quoting movies, and issuing warnings to those who tried to stand in his way of greatness. He defeated Rambo Mitts for the Hardcore Title, only to lose it to Max Turner via the 24/7 rule. He participated in WrestleFest V's Hardcore Championship contest, but didn't get a single win. He offered his services to Rob Van Dam, when he spoke of rebelling against Angel Zoelzer, something that didn't happen when Zoelzer's new boy Maven got involved. Goldust teamed with Booker T for a while before the brand extension occurred.

Goldust's memoriable appearance in the Xtreme Wrestling Federation made everyone afraid to celebrate their birthdays. On Gemini Drake's 17th birthday, Goldust popped out of his cake, taking the federation by storm. He even attempted to get close to The Hurricane, something XWF members Shannon Moore and Michelle did not want to see happen. Goldust defeated Michelle to secure the rights to Hurricane, but this didn't last too long. Despite the weirdness, the two became friends until Goldust finally broke off the relationship a year later. In between that time, he was dating Victoria and became Tag Team Champions with her. They even managed to get Loki as their partner until the XWF closed its doors.

In an alternate timeline 2013, Goldust joined the World Wrestling Elite with Diamond Dallas Page as his tag team partner - Diamond Dust. Instead of going for the Tag Titles, Goldust found himself in the World Heavyweight Championship picture against Binx and Mark Little.

Goldust is slated to return in the History of the EIWF documentary's Special Episode as both himself - the original Goldust - and the "Guardian of Time" - an alternate silver version that serves as narrator. It's unknown what his role in the actual episode is outside the narration status.

Goldust is set to appear in the upcoming RPG Maker VX Ace title, Beyond Infinity: Anesidora, with his brother, Cody Rhodes, serving in the Macho Kingdom.

  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Hardcore Champion
  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation Tag Team Champion (w/Victoria)
  • World Wrestling Elite World Heavyweight Champion
  • World Wrestling Elite United States Champion
  • Hell Championship Wrestling Intercontinental Champion - 2 times
  • Hell Championship Wrestling Hardcore Champion - 3 times
  • Hell Championship Wrestling Extreme Champion
  • Hell Championship Wrestling Hell Champion

Goldy LocksEdit

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For Goldy Locks' wikipedia article, click here.

Goldy Locks debuted in Jeff Hardy and Lita's Xtreme Wrestling Federation in 2003. After Chris Jericho and Shane McMahon betrayed Stephanie McMahon, he went with her to go against her and her new boyfriend Michael Thomas. She didn't get a victory over her rival, especially when Meredith got involved.

The Great KhaliEdit

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For The Great Khali's wikipedia article, click here

The Great Khali debuted in the Hell Championship Wrestling federation where originally he stalked the locker room talent and randomly hit them with a Brain Chop. In this universe, rather than speak Farsi, he could only say "jabu jabu". Despite his ridiculous gimmick, Khali proved to be a loyal member of the HCW team, even when the WWE tried to invade on several occasions.

  • Hell Championship Wrestling Intercontinental Champion
  • Hell Championship Wrestling Hell Tag Team Champion (w/Naruto Uzumaki)


The HurricaneEdit

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For The Hurricane's wikipedia article, click here.

The Hurricane debuted in Gemini's wrestling world in September 2001 in the EIWF. In his debut, he attacked Krazy Kid and won the Hardcore Title via its 24/7 ruling. He later lost it to The Demon. He stayed around long enough to introduce Mighty Molly, but left the EIWF after he got into a falling out with Christina Ittner.

The Hurricane played a major role in the development of Jeff Hardy and Lita's Xtreme Wrestling Federation. However, Gemini wasn't around for a good majority of the federation's history, thus his involvement is widely unknown. He was a teammate of the Hardy Boyz and many others, and was the object of affection for Goldust. Though he wanted to stay as far away from Goldust as much as possible, he later gave up and let the Bizarre One mess with him. A year later, they broke off their "relationship". He feuded greatly with the Kamikaze Kitsune, Loki. Being the hero, he couldn't let a villain slip away.

Hulk HoganEdit

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For Hulk Hogan's wikipedia article, click here.

Though an iconic wrestler, Hogan debuted in Gemini's wrestling world in the Williamsville Wrestling Federation in 2002 as an attraction arranged by Vice President Angel Zoelzer. Rather than going for the title, Zoelzer booked him to face Triple H at the Whiplash pay-per-view. Ryu, Test, Taz, and Madam Shoes interfered in his match as a payback to Zoelzer, yet it was Hogan who won the match.

Hogan went to the Xtreme Wrestling Federation hoping to get a match against Triple H or The Rock. Lita didn't have either one of them present, so he was let go.

Hogan came back to the Williamsville Wrestling Federation in 2007 when Shawn Michaels brought him in to face WWF Champion John Michael. He was defeated when Michaels himself hit him with Sweet Chin Music. He came back months later to be one of four referees in an Intercontinental Title match between John and Cletus B. Grizzly. Whereas Kevin Nash and Scott Hall were out with their own ailments, Hogan - though posing too much - proved to be a more competant referee.

On July 24, 2015, Hulk Hogan was removed from WWE and TNA's history books after a scandal emerged of him shouting the N-word in a racist fashion back in 2007. While the Creator, not a Hogan fan, believes Hogan should be punished for all the wrongdoings he committed over the years, this was not the way it should have happened.

Hogan makes an appearance in the RPG Maker game, YouTube Poop RPG: The Quest For YouTube, as the villain of Mutant Rampage Bodyslam. Check out his page here.

IvoryEdit

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For Ivory's wikipedia article, click here.

Ivory debuted in Gemini's wrestling world in 1999 in the Williamsville Wrestling Federation as the valet of "Screaming" Norman Smiley. She broke away from the valet in 2001 when she became the Hardcore Champion by defeating Fluisa. She teamed with Booker T and Norman to ward off the trio of Rambo Mitts, Mark Little, and Matt McQuality, a feud that lasted until WrestleFest IV.

She joined the EIWF as the partner and manager of Scott Whiteman, making an impact by powerbombing Meredith through a table. She briefly feuded with Christina Ittner before revealing herself a member of the WWF Rebellion. She won the Tag Team Titles with Scott, but lost them to fellow Rebels Billy Gunn and X-Pac a week later. Ivory became a big part in the women's division until October 2001 when she was cast to the side from Psycho's lazy storytelling. She stayed long enough to see the EIWF burn.

She rejoined the WWF and quickly won the Hardcore Title from Adrian Pollack, only to lose it back to him via the 24/7 rule. She was later handed the Women's Title when champion Ashley Sowinski walked out of the company. After defending it against Nidia, Ivory lost the title to Nora in Japan, but stayed with the company until it closed its doors. She returned during the 2004 run in a less successful run.

In the XWF, she was once again the manager of Scott, this time feuding with Gemini Drake, Meredith, and Mahalia by bringing in his ex-girlfriend, Jackie. Together with her, she won the Diva's Tag Team Titles from Meredith and Mahalia. She lost them later on to Skylar and Azrael. However, before the company closed its doors, she became its final Women's Champion against Vyxen, and even joined Triple H in Evolution.

She had a brief run in the IWF as Scott's manager. When word got out of Scott's demise/coma, she joined Nick Smith and Doris in the Nightmare stable. She was to face Inferno at the Survivor Games pay-per-view, but the company closed before she got her chance.

  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Hardcore Champion - 2 times
  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Tag Team Champion (w/Scott Whiteman)
  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Women's Champion
  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation Women's Champion
  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation Diva's Tag Team Champion (w/Jackie)

James StormEdit

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For James Storm's wikipedia article, click here.

James Storm debuted in the Xtreme Wrestling Federation in 2003 with Chris Harris. The team, America's Most Wanted, dominated the Tag Team division, and even won the titles from Goldust and Victoria. They went down as the company's last Tag Team Champions. Their final appearance was meeting a friend of Loki's, the Red Queen.

  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation Tag Team Champion (w/Chris Harris)

Jeff HardyEdit

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For Jeff Hardy's wikipedia article, click here.

Jeff Hardy made his debut in Gemini's wrestling world in September 2001 in the EIWF as a member of Psycho's Team Incredible with Matt. They were later joined by Rain and Cory. After winning the Tag Team Titles from Faarooq and Bradshaw, they separated from Psycho into their own team. They maintained the Tag Team Titles until the company closed. After regaining the titles in the 2002 run, they forfeited the titles after Lita quit.

Jeff was the vice president of the Xtreme Wrestling Federation, and later its president. Most of his XWF history is unknown to Gemini, but he knows he married Rain and possibly had a child with her sometime after her miscarriage. He forfeited the XWF Tag Team Titles to Meredith's bodyguards, Kroni>|, after Matt started to display a cocky attitude. He later became the XWF Champion against Edge, and entered into a feud with Max Turner. After defeating Max in a final match, he defeated Chris Benoit at the company's second WrestleMania. Jeff appeared to be burned out and didn't care if he won or lost the title any more. He pretty much gave Marius the title after assisting him against Zenkai. For unknown reasons, Jeff was arrested. If the XWF stayed open, he was to play an important role in Gemini and Mahalia's storyline.

When Jeff joined the Williamsville Wrestling Federation in 2002, he and Matt were a part of Vice President Angel Zoelzer's Brood stable. They separated from him and became the Tag Team Champions, defeating Kevin Nash and Scott Hall. They defended the titles until the company shutdown in September, and didn't return for the 2004 run.

  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Tag Team Champion - 2 times (2 w/Matt Hardy)
  • Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation Tag Team Champion - 3 times (3 w/Matt Hardy)
  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation Champion - ? times
  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation Tag Team Champion - ? times (? times with Matt Hardy)
  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation Vice President
  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation President

Jerry "The King" LawlerEdit

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For Jerry "The King" Lawler's wikipedia article, click here.

Jerry Lawler debuted in the Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation in August 2001 as one of its two commentators. He mainly played the role of the heel commentator, praising Psycho and his cronies whenever possible. However, he was amongst the wrestlers and talent who walked out of the company when it shut down in 2002.

Lawler later got a job with the Williamsville Wrestling Federation as a commentator with Jim Ross. Like before, he played the role of a heel, praising Mr. McQuality and his subordinates.

Lawler was also a commentator for the Xtreme Wrestling Federation.

In 2007, Lawler became the new C.E.O. of the WWF after Shawn Michaels was forced into retirement. Rather than be the heel he normally is, he actually listened to his talent and gave them what they wanted. His position became null and void when Mr. McQuality returned to the company, claiming he bought the rights back. Despite being fired, he remained as a commentator. Thank you for the many years of service, Jerry.

Jerry returns to co-host the History of the EIWF documentary with Gemini Drake.

  • Color Commentator of the Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation
  • Color Commentator of the Williamsville Wrestling Federation
  • Color Commentator of the Xtreme Wrestling Federation
  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation C.E.O.

Jim RossEdit

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For Jim Ross' wikipedia article, click here.

Jim Ross - or Good Ol' J.R. - debuted in the Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation in August 2001 with Jerry "The King" Lawler. Unlike his royal partner, J.R. always went with the good guys against Psycho's tyranny. He walked out with the other talent when the company closed in 2002.

Since leaving the EIWF, J.R. has done commentary for the Williamsville Wrestling Federation and the Xtreme Wrestling Federation, still with Lawler by his side. Thank you for the many years of service, J.R.


John CenaEdit

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For John Cena's wikipedia article, click here.

John Cena debuted in Jeff Hardy and Lita's Xtreme Wrestling Federation in 2002. He assisted in The Hurricane, Rob Van Dam, and Legolas' feud against Loki, even scoring a victory over him. It's unknown what the then-Doctor of Thuganomics would've done later in the company since it closed in 2003.

  • Hell Championship Wrestling Million Dollar Champion





Johnny JeterEdit

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For Johnny Jeter's wikipedia article, click here

Johnny Jeter, or rather Johnny of the Spirit Squad, debuted in the Hell Championship Wrestling teaming up once again with the Spirit Squad. In this federation, they served under Axel to help combat against The Undertaker and any other people who tried to stand against him when he was corrupted by power. After the Spirt Squad lost the Tag Team Titles they were released.

  • Hell Championship Wrestling Tag Team Champion (w/Mikey, Nicky, Mitch, & Johnny)

Jonathan CoachmanEdit

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For Jonathan Coachman's wikipedia article, click here.

Jonathan Coachman debuted in the 2004 run of the Williamsville Wrestling Federation. Originally suppose to be a backstage personality, he became important after being bitten by a radioactive Tyra Banks. The results led him to see the roster as beautiful women, even becoming infatuated with the company's leading homosexual tag team, the B.F.O. - Kyle and Steve.

In the 2005 run, Coach shook off this illness and returned to being a backstage personality. During a thirty minute scramble match in 2008, he won the WWF Title, only to lose it Gemini Drake seconds later. The match was ultimately won by John Michael. Coach stayed around long enough for the company to see its end in 2009.

  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Champion
  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Hardcore Champion - 2 times




Josh MathewsEdit

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For Josh Mathews' wikipedia article, click here.

Josh Mathews debuted in 2003 in the Xtreme Wrestling Federation as its backstage interviewer. Surprisingly, he was almost talked into joining the active roster by Billy Gunn. If the XWF stayed open for a little while longer, chances are this Tough Enough veteran would've, in fact, been the tag team partner of the Bad Ass.

  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation Backstage Interviewer




Justin CredibleEdit

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For Justin Credible's wikipedia article, click here.

Justin Credible debuted in the EIWF in September 2001 as a member of Psycho's Team Incredible. He was practically given a shot at the European Championship, which he won at the Uprising pay-per-view. However, it was widely believed he and Psycho had a falling out after the show, thus he was to be punished at the next show. He was put in a Gauntlet match against Kane, Chris Benoit, Tajiri, Booker T, Max Turner, Scott Whiteman, Meeko, and Lance Storm, and whoever pinned him would become the champion. Lance had the opportunity of removing the title from him.

In 2003, Justin briefly appeared in Lita and Jeff Hardy's Xtreme Wrestling Federation as a member of Raven and Christian's Horror Show team.

Julio DineroEdit

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For Julio Dinero's wikipedia article, click here.

Julio Dinero only debuted in Jeff Hardy and Lita's Xtreme Wrestling Federation in 2003 as a member of Raven and Christian's Horror Show stable. He lost a match to Steven Richards, then aided in the capture of Meredith. It's unknown what role he would've played if the company didn't close down.


KaneEdit

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For Kane's wikipedia article, click here.

Kane debuted in Gemini's wrestling world in the EIWF on August 2001. In his debut match, him and The Undertaker defeated Gemini and Kurt Angle for the Tag Team Titles. A week after their victory, they willingly forfeited the titles to Faarooq and Bradshaw, so the Undertaker could focus mainly on being EIWF Champion. Kane later defeated Taz for the European Title, which was in a tag match with him tagging with Benoit against Taz and Raven. After losing the title to Jared Matulevich, Kane entered into a feud for the title. In October through November, Kane feuded with Adam Tayeh, who had kidnapped a friend of his, Gemini's sister Mahalia. It had turned out Mahalia and Kane knew each other from a mental institution called MacFarlene's where the two became friends. The building was torched by her, yet it still stood to this day, untouched and unrepaired. Kane had heard Tayeh took her there, but they weren't there when he got to it. He destroyed the torturous place with a single punch before returning to the EIWF arena to finally save her. At the Blood Bath pay-per-view, he defeated his rival in a Hell in a Cell match. In the 2002 run, Kane fought Kurt Angle for the Hardcore Title and lost.

Kane joined the Williamsville Wrestling Federation as a member of D-Generation X in their war against X-Cutioner's nWo. After the nWo was defeated, Kane didn't stay around too much longer. He was to rejoin The Undertaker's Ministry of Darkness and become Mahalia's bodyguard, but the company shutdown before this could be carried out.

It is known he was in Lita and Jeff Hardy's XWF, but most of his history is unknown since Gemini didn't join yet. All that is known now is when Kane briefly returned to cost Jeff Hardy his XWF Title to Max Turner. However, the feud went nowhere. It was originally stated that if the original person who played Kane in the XWF stayed he was to be a major player in Mahalia and Gemini's storyline.

He was present in the short lived Intense Wrestling Federation, where he participated in the Elimination Chamber match for the IWF Title. After he lost it, he later lost a match that had him remove his mask. He feuded with Rambo Mitts for the IWF Title, and lost again. He was set to face Gemini's friend, John Michael, at the Survivor Games pay-per-view, but the company shutdown before it could take place.

Kane is set to appear in the RPG Maker VX Ace title, Beyond Infinity: Anesidora, serving Triple H and Stephanie McMahon.

Kenny DykstraEdit

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For Kenny Dykstra's wikipedia article, click here

Kenny Dykstra, or rather Kenny of the Spirit Squad, debuted in the Hell Championship Wrestling teaming up once again with the Spirit Squad. In this federation, they served under Axel to help combat against The Undertaker and any other people who tried to stand against him when he was corrupted by power. After the Spirt Squad lost the Tag Team Titles they were released.

  • Hell Championship Wrestling Tag Team Champion (w/Mikey, Nicky, Mitch, & Johnny)

Kevin NashEdit

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For Kevin Nash's wikipedia article, click here.

Kevin Nash debuted in Gemini's wrestling world in January 2002 with Scott Hall in the Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation. Their time spent there was shortlived, but their memoriable moment involved Nash driving a semi while Scott Hall did Teen Wolf acrobatics on top of it. Nash returned for the final 2002 show in July, challenging Psycho for the title, a match that never happened. Instead, he and Max Turner were in a tag match against Psycho and Krazy Kid in a losing effort.

Nash and Hall went to the Williamsville Wrestling Federation in April 2002, and won the Tag Team Titles. They easily defeated Scott Whiteman and Jared Matuelvich with ease a month later. Eventually, they lost to Matt and Jeff Hardy, then left the company. Nash returned briefly to be a referee between John Michael and Cletus B. Grizzly, sharing the position with Hulk Hogan, Scott Hall, and Cletus' personal referee Lion Hart. Nash's knee practically exploded during the match, leaving Hogan to be the only referee for the contest.

  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Tag Team Champion (w/Scott Hall)
  • Hell Championship Wrestling Tag Team Champion - 2 times (2 w/Scott Hall)

Kurt AngleEdit

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For Kurt Angle's wikipedia article, click here.

Kurt Angle was first introduced in Gemini's world in the Williamsville Wrestling Federation in December 1999, feuding with Lazoen - a man who imitated Angle's wrestling style. After debuting, he was challenged by Temporary General Manager, Richard Spenn, to compete in a series of matches. For each win he got, it would equal one point. If he won a title match, it would equal five points. If he got 100 points total, he could challenge for the WWF Championship. However, he had the option of either holding on to each title he won, or vacate them. He chose to vacate all but the Television Title until he won the Intercontinental Title. He was undefeated until Summerslam 2000 when he battled the Impact Players in a gauntlet match.

Despite his loss in the WWF, he still played a big part in its history. Even when he joined the EIWF, he teamed with Gemini Drake through and through. He was the very first Submission Champion and the only EIWF Superstar to have a repeat title reign of both the Submission and European Titles. He also has the honor of retiring the Hardcore Title after unifying it with the European Title in 2002.

His wrestling style was tributed by Gemini's friend, John Michael, who used a combination of his moves, as well as others. He even became the personal trainer of former WWF Champion Coco.

Whenever the WWF reopened, Kurt either competed or was given a manager position. An interesting twist in his gimmick became similar to that of Jet Li's character in Unleashed, whereas instead of a dog collar it was his gold medals. Should they be removed, he goes into a frenzy. In the company's last stand in 2008-2009, he revealed himself to the new owner. He stayed on with the WWF until it closed in 2009.

Kurt has been confirmed to appear in the History of the EIWF's Special Episode.

  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Champion
  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Intercontinental Champion - 2 times
  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Tag Team Champion - 2 times (1 w/Rob Van Dam, 1 time w/Shawn Michaels)
  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Television Champion
  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Cruiserweight Champion
  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation C.E.O.
  • Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation European Champion - 2 times
  • Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation Hardcore Champion
  • Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation Submission Champion - 2 times
  • Intense Wrestling Federation Tag Team Champion (w/Crowbar)
  • Hell Championship Wrestling Intercontinental Champion - 2 times

Lance StormEdit

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For Lance Storm's wikipedia article, click here.

Lance Storm debuted in Gemini's wrestling world in September 2001 in the EIWF. In his debut, he attacked both Gemini and Psycho with Adam Tayeh. He was a part of Tayeh's three-man army to set the WWF Rebellion right. Rather than tag with them in certain matches, he was used as an assailant to soften up their opponents. After the Uprising pay-per-view, he took part in kidnapping Gemini's sister, Mahalia, and then winning the European Title from Justin Credible. Although, he later lost the title to Psycho Beast, courtesy of Madcow. Kane later attacked him, wanting to know where Mahalia was. After Mahalia was saved, Storm still had unfinished business with Gemini. He teamed with Tayeh's newest recruit, Sean Bull, against Gemini and John Michael for the WWF Rebellion's Tag Team Titles, but the match was ruled a no contest when Zack Degeneres attacked everyone.

Scott Whiteman credits Lance Storm for his inspiration of wrestling and his move list.

LaylaEdit

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For Layla's wikipedia article, click here.

Layla debuted in the Hell Championship Wrestling federation ran by Devil Trish Stratus and husband Axel. Her only moment in the federation saw her teaming up with Michelle McCool to bring torment to the other competitors. Together, as Lay Cool, the duo defeated Gwen and Sierra to become the Vixen's Tag Team Champions before losing them to Daffney and Fluisa the following Friday show. Since then, Layla drifted off away from Michelle, free from her antagonizing aura.

  • Hell Championship Wrestling Vixen's Tag Team Champion

Lilian GarciaEdit

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For Lilian Garcia's wikipedia article, click here.

Lilian Garcia debuted in the Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation as its ring announcer and backstage interviewer in August 2001. After the company closed, she went on to being the ring announcer of other federations.



LitaEdit

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For Lita's wikipedia article, click here.

Lita debuted in Gemini's wrestling world in September 2001 in the EIWF. Immediately following her debut, she joined the Ministry of Darkness with Mahalia. The two became very good friends, even thwarting off a few of the attempts of the WWF Rebels Meredith and Ivory. At the Uprising event, Lita won a fatal-four way elimination match to determine the number one contender for the Women's Title. Before her match with Bodacia could start, she was brutally attacked. The opportunity was given to Mighty Molly instead. Lita returned in November to finally win the title, but would lose it to the returning Christina Ittner. In the 2002 run, Lita regained the Women's Title from Ittner. However, after the show ended, she confronted Psycho on how the company was being ran and quit on the spot.

Sometime in 2001, Lita started the Xtreme Wrestling Federation with Jeff Hardy. During this federation's history, she won numerous Women's Titles, married Edge, had a long war with Triple H and Steve Austin over control, and lots more. Since Gemini wasn't around for the fed's beginning, a lot of her history is unknown. Lita was known to be a benevolent president, giving former EIWF stars a chance to shine in her fed. However, she didn't take too kindly to X-Cutioner's temper tantrum after he lost both the Intercontinental and XWF Titles to Triple H and fired him on the spot. In 2003, Lita resigned from the president position and awarded it to Jeff in exchange for a shot at the XWF Title. She came up short in her attempt, but she is the only XWF Woman in history to go for the title.

In January 2002, X-Cutioner and his nWo goons had a parody of Lita - Cheata - running around in the Williamsville Wrestling Federation. After a month of the non-sense, Booker T finally stepped up and told X-Cutioner to knock it off, even going as far as getting the real Lita to shut him up. Lita defeated him and Stephanie McMahon with Booker as her partner, then stayed around for a feud with Leah Cox before returning to the XWF.

Gemini credits Lita for teaching him basic HTML code, and thanks her for all she's done for him, Mahalia, and all the others who suffered from Psycho's tyranny in the EIWF.

"Macho Man" Randy SavageEdit

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For "Macho Man" Randy Savage's wikipedia article, click here.

"Macho Man" Randy Savage debuted in the Williamsville Wrestling Federation in 2004 as its new owner. His methods, though unorthodox, were extremely popular with the entire locker room. It's unknown why he stepped down as the C.E.O. in the company's 2005 run, but he made brief appearances off and on to help anyone in need.

Sadly, Randy Savage passed away on May 20, 2011. He will always be remembered amongst the WWF veterans and many wrestling fans around the world. R.I.P. Randy Savage. And thank you for preventing the Rapture.

Randy Savage is set to appear in the RPG Maker VX Ace title, Beyond Infinity: Anesidora, under his Macho King appearance.

  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation C.E.O.

Mae YoungEdit

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For Mae Young's wikipedia article, click here.

Mae Young debuted in the Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation as a farewell present to Psycho. She tried to strip in his office but she was removed by the Acolytes.

She made frequent appearances in the Williamsville Wrestling Federation doing the same thing. She even fought for the Women's Title against Gen, but didn't succeed in her quest.

Mae Young passed away on January 14, 2014. Her spirit lives on in the random world of Gemini Drake.

Mark JindrakEdit

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For Mark Jindrak's wikipedia article, click here.

Mark Jindrak debuted in September 2001 in the Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation as a member of Jared Matulevich's Natural Born Thrillers group with Shawn Stasiak. He didn't play too much of a role in the group and left in November 2001 after Meredith rejoined the WWF Rebellion.

In 2002, he joined Jeff Hardy and Lita's Xtreme Wrestling Federation in Meredith's Thriller group. Unlike most of his Thriller cohorts, he actually tried to go for the XWF Hardcore Title against Raven, but he wasn't able to defeat the Hardcore Icon. He was let go in December for lack of direction.

Marty Jannetty Edit

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For Marty Jannetty's wikipedia article, click here

Marty Jannetty, one of the two Rockers, debuted in the EIWF after the WWF Rebellion reformed in November 2001. However, he didn't last long and was released from his contract before he had a single match with the company.





Matt HardyEdit

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For Matt Hardy's wikipedia article, click here.

Matt Hardy debuted in Gemini's wrestling world in September 2001 in the EIWF with Jeff Hardy as a member of Psycho's Team Incredible. He was later accompanied by the duo of Rain and Cory. After winning the Tag Team Titles from Faarooq and Bradshaw, Jeff, Rain, and Cory broke away from Psycho as their own team. Together, they became the Tag Team Champions into the company's closing. A year later, they won the titles again, but forfeited them after Lita quit.

Matt was a key figure in the Xtreme Wrestling Federation. Most of his history is unknown to Gemini, but what he does know is he became Mahalia's boyfriend after Chris Jericho betrayed her for Stephanie McMahon. Cory had passed away some time after the EIWF closed. Matt was the Intercontinental Champion and was challenged by Ted Guthrie, a match that led to Rain's miscarriage. Despite the event, Matt stayed close to Gemini and Ted, for Mahalia's sake. He stayed loyal to her until the XWF closed its doors in 2003.

Matt joined the Williamsville Wrestling Federation, at first a part of Vice Presdient Angel Zoelzer's group, The Brood. They broke away from him long enough to win the Tag Team Titles from Kevin Nash and Scott Hall. They didn't return for the 2004 run to defend them.

  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Tag Team Champion - 2 times (2 w/Jeff Hardy)
  • Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation Tag Team Champion - 3 times (3 w/Jeff Hardy)
  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation Intercontinental Champion - ? times
  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation European Champion - ? times
  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation Tag Team Champion - ? times (? times with Jeff Hardy)

MavenEdit

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For Maven's wikipedia article, click here.

Maven debuted in the Williamsville Wrestling Federation in 2002 with Nidia. They were a part of Vice President Angel Zoelzer's plan of bringing in new talent. However, Maven didn't last a match as he was beaten down by Sully Godsmack after he beat down Goldust.


Michelle McCoolEdit

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For Michelle McCool's wikipedia article, click here.

Michelle McCool debuted in the Hell Championship Wrestling federation, entering in as though she was the greatest thing since sliced bread. She constantly mocked those beneath her, especially poor Mickie James. In retaliation, dog Feebi bit her nose clean off her face. Michelle felt horrible for her horrid scarred face she had to make a deal with the Devil Herself, Trish Stratus. Trish gave her a new nose to which Michelle took without hearing her out. The nose, called the Aw Hell Nose, reacts to whenever she acted snidely. For every insult or rude comment she made, the nose would ignite and burn her. If she apologized or acted nicely, she'd be restored. This went on until Michelle was able to get a new nose from the McMahon family.

One incident involving Michelle saw her getting drunk at an HCW show and waking up next to Gwonam. Worst of all, she found out in her drunken stupor she had married him. For months, she walked to the ring dressed in a burka and called "Michelle McGwonam". There came an incident where Axel was ran down by a car and Michelle claimed she did it. Trish knew this was her way of trying to get her wedding annulled. If she wanted it done that bad Gwonam had to lose against Roxas without her interfering. The Keyblade Wielder was able to accomplish this.

Michelle went on to winning a few titles before she met a tragic end at the hands of Dahlia, Bertha Butchwood, Trish, and Mickie James. All ganged up on her and sealed her in a coffin for all eternity.

  • Hell Championship Wrestling Diva's Champion
  • Hell Championship Wrestling Vixen's Tag Team Champion (w/Layla)

Mick FoleyEdit

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For Mick Foley's wikipedia article, click here.

Mick Foley debuted in Gemini's wrestling world in September 2001 in the EIWF. Unlike Psycho, who wanted nothing to do with the WWF Rebellion group, he wanted to give them a chance to show the EIWF what they were made of. He gave them fair and equal opportunities to hopefully stop their invasion and prevent others from getting hurt. However, after one show where both Gemini and John Michael were guaranteed title victories, Psycho rigged the matches so they'd lose. Gemini and Foley had a falling out over what had happened, but it wasn't until later Gemini realized Foley had nothing to do with what had happened. He departed from the company after the Blood Bath event, fed up with Psycho's ridiculousness and tyranny.

Sometime in 2001, Mick Foley doubled as the commissioner of Jeff Hardy and Lita's Xtreme Wrestling Federation. Unfortunately, Gemini hadn't joined the federation yet, so his history with the company is unknown. He had departed sometime after Gemini joined.

In 2007, Mick Foley came to the Williamsville Wrestling Federation by the request of C.E.O. Shawn Michaels. At the February pay-per-view, No Way Out, he fought WWF Champion John Michael in a losing effort.

Mickie JamesEdit

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For Mickie James' wikipedia article, click here

Mickie James debuted in the Hell Championship Wrestling federation ran by Trish Stratus and Axel. At the time, Mickie was still in her obsessive stalker fan girl phase, following Trish wherever she went. As Trish was the devil in this universe, Mickie became her loyal and loving servant. She was usually the welcoming committee, welcoming any poor soul or new talent to Hell. Mickie soon broke free from her obsession with Trish and tried to start an uprising, which failed. She became - not a servant - but a loyal ally and friend to Trish following her snap back to reality. Since then, Mickie has obediently followed Trish's orders while becoming her own person in the long run.

  • Hell Championship Wrestling Women's Champion - 4 times
  • Hell Championship Wrestling Diva's Champion - 2 times

MidajahEdit

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For Midajah's wikipedia article, click here.

Midajah appeared in the Xtreme Wrestling Federation in 2001. The information pertaining to her is unknown since Gemini didn't join the federation yet, but he does know she feuded with Lita over the Women's Championship.

  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation Women's Champion - ? times

Mike AwesomeEdit

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For Mike Awesome's wikipedia article, click here.

Mike Awesome only appeared in the Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation in 2001. He was originally a part of a trio that consisted of himself, Rhino, and Paul Heyman. For some reason, these three thought it would be a good idea to harrass Fluisa on her appearance, something that she held personally. In September 2001, Fluisa defeated both Mike Awesome and Rhino for a chance to burn Paul Heyman at Uprising. After the pay-per-view, the trio left the EIWF.

On February 17, 2007, it was Mike Awesome passed away.


Mike MondoEdit

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For Mike Mondo's wikipedia article, click here

Mike Mondo, or rather Mikey of the Spirit Squad, debuted in the Hell Championship Wrestling teaming up once again with the Spirit Squad. In this federation, they served under Axel to help combat against The Undertaker and any other people who tried to stand against him when he was corrupted by power. After the Spirt Squad lost the Tag Team Titles they were released.

  • Hell Championship Wrestling Tag Team Champion (w/Mikey, Nicky, Mitch, & Johnny)

The "Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiaseEdit

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For The "Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase's wikipedia article, click here.

Ted DiBiase debuted in the Williamsville Wrestling Federation in 2005, revealing himself to be the reason John Michael bought the company. It turned out that John and Ted worked out a deal that involved the Million Dollar Man giving John x-amount of money to buy the federation. Even after revealing this, Ted didn't bother to place him in debt. Instead, he got a good fraction of the sales made, whether it be in the stocks, merchandise, etc.

Ted appears in the RPG Maker VX game, YouTube Poop RPG: The Quest For YouTube, as a minor character in Mutant Rampage Bodyslam. After the party defeats Hulk Hogan, DiBiase reveals he bought Bodyslam and literally kicks Hogan out.

Ted DiBiase reappeared in the WWF storyline as the man to help Scott Reilly, Gemini Drake, Mark Little, and Fluisa to secure their spots in the 2016 Hall of Fame.

The MizEdit

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For The Miz's wikipedia article, click here.

The Miz, real name Mike Mizanin, debuted in the Hell Championship Wrestling federation ran by Devil Trish Stratus and husband Axel. Miz's role in the federation played out like his real life one in the WWE as an arrogant heel who believes he's the whole damn show and more. He tagged up with R-Truth to form The Awesome Truth, but will sometimes team with Yusei Fudo and Goldust, particularly against the IAW Rebellion team.

  • Hell Championship Wrestling Stardom Champion

Molly HollyEdit

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For Molly Holly's wikipedia article, click here.

Molly Holly debuted in Gemini's wrestling world in October 2001 in the EIWF. Around this time, she was under the Mighty Molly gimmick, the sidekick of The Hurricane. After saving Lita from an assault by Bodacia, Molly was placed in a match against the WWF Rebel. During the match, Psycho changed it to a Women's Title match, which Molly won. After defending the title against Stephanie McMahon, she later lost it to Lita. She left the EIWF with the Hurricane after having a heated argument with Christina Ittner.

Max Turner's twin sister, Doris, credits Molly for her ring attire design and move set for her own character. Nora credits her design as Mighty Molly for her Wonder Nora gimmick.

"Mr. Perfect" Curt HennigEdit

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For Mr. Perfect's wikipedia article, click here.

Mr. Perfect debuted in the Williamsville Wrestling Federation in January 2002. In February, he feuded with Jared Matulevich over the rights to the "Perfect" gimmick. The two clashed at No Way Out, where Mr. Perfect won. He stayed with the company until its shutdown in September.

Sadly, Mr. Perfect passed away on February 10, 2003.



Ms. JonesEdit

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For Ms. Jones' wikipedia article, click here. Under the name "Chamelon".

Ms. Jones, the former Nitro Girl Chameleon, made her debut in Gemini's wrestling world in 2000 as Ernest "The Cat" Miller's valet and assistant. Her only real matches saw her win the Williamsville Wrestling Federation Women's Championship from Cindy Gudwien, only to lose it to Catie two months later. She stayed on as Miller's valet until the company closed its doors in 2001.

  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Women's Champion

New JackEdit

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For New Jack's wikipedia article, click here.

New Jack debuted in the Xtreme Wrestling Federation in 2002. However, he didn't play too big a role, only as the tag team partner of Shark Boy. He was involved in a Tag Team Title tournament set-up by KroniK to decide their opponents.




Nick MitchellEdit

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For Nick Mitchell's wikipedia article, click here

Nick Mitchell, or rather Mitch of the Spirit Squad, debuted in the Hell Championship Wrestling teaming up once again with the Spirit Squad. In this federation, they served under Axel to help combat against The Undertaker and any other people who tried to stand against him when he was corrupted by power. After the Spirt Squad lost the Tag Team Titles they were released.

  • Hell Championship Wrestling Tag Team Champion (w/Mikey, Nicky, Mitch, & Johnny)

NidiaEdit

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For Nidia's wikipedia article, click here.

Nidia debuted in the Williamsville Wrestling Federation in 2002 with Maven. They were brought in when Angel Zoelzer wanted to bring in new talent. She challenged Ivory for the WWF Women's Championship at the Whiplash pay-per-view. She tried to cheat by putting her feet on the ropes to get the win until Meeko restarted the match. She was then rolled up and pinned. She and Maven were let go immediately following the show.


Norman SmileyEdit

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For Norman Smiley's wikipedia article, click here.

Norman Smiley debuted in Gemini's wrestling world in 1998 in the Williamsville Wrestling Federation. During his time with the company, he became the face of the Hardcore Division. In 1999, he debuted his "Screaming" persona and obtained Ivory as a partner and valet. His crowning achievement came in 2000 when he won the Television Title while still Hardcore Champion. Though he lost the Hardcore Title, he held his TV Title for another seven months before losing it at WrestleFest IV. He had a brief return in 2004, but it was less successful.

In the WWF's 2008 run, Norman Smiley became the first Interdimensional Champion. He lost the title to Pritch Nasty at the 2009 Royal Rumble.

  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Television Champion
  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Hardcore Champion - 5 times
  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Interdimensional Champion

Paul HeymanEdit

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For Paul Heyman's wikipedia article, click here.

Paul Heyman debuted in the EIWF in August 2001. He led a team that included Mike Awesome and Rhino, and for some reason thought it'd be a good idea to harass Fluisa on her appearance. After a month of torment, Fluisa finally got her hands on Heyman at the Uprising pay-per-view in an Inferno Match. It's safe to say Mr. Heyman was roasted and left the EIWF afterward.

Heyman worked with the Williamsville Wrestling Federation in 2004 as a temporary General Manager. At the pay-per-view, Great American Bash, Heyman confronted new owner, "Macho Man" Randy Savage, about how insane the business was. By uttering the word "madness" he found himself on the receiving end of being gunned down by robotic Macho Men. Don't worry, nobody stays dead for too long in the WWF. We're positive Dr. Chocolate Hungryman patched him up.

R-TruthEdit

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For R-Truth's wikipedia article, click here.

R-Truth debuted in the Hell Championship Wrestling federation ran by Devil Trish Stratus and her husband Axel. R-Truth's role in the company was very much the same in real life - rapping with the crowd, slowly falling into dementia, etc. Much like in real life, he teamed up with The Miz to form The Awesome Truth. On other occasions, he teamed with Goldust or even Yusei Fudo, particularly against the IAW Rebellion team.

  • Hell Championship Wrestling Stardom Champion - 2 times

Randy OrtonEdit

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For Randy Orton's wikipedia article, click here.

Randy Orton appeared during one show in the Williamsville Wrestling Federation in 2004. He was given a try-out match by Randy Savage in a Gauntlet Match. After defeating both Mark Little and Eddie Hordong, he fell to Gemini Drake. By the rules of the match, if Orton lost before the Gauntlet was over, he wouldn't be employed by the company. He later helped Gemini fend off against The Crack Waltzes.

Randy Orton is set to appear in the RPG Maker VX Ace game, Beyond Infinity: Anesidora, serving Triple H and Stephanie McMahon.

  • Hell Championship Wrestling Hell Tag Team Champion (w/Batista)


RavenEdit

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For Raven's wikipedia article, click here.

Raven debuted in Gemini's wrestling world in August 2001 in the EIWF, teaming with Taz. In his debut match, he defeated his doppleganger, Madcow, for the Hardcore Title. He later lost it to Chris Jericho at the War pay-per-view. In September, he turned on Taz to join the Ministry of Darkness, and again attacked him to keep him from winning the WWF Rebellion's Television Title. After losing to Lyfe, Raven was never seen again.

Raven went to the Williamsville Wrestling Federation in May of 2002 in a short cameo to ward Paige from Meredith.

In 2002, Raven went to Jeff Hardy and Lita's Xtreme Wrestling Federation, and was appointed the commissioner. His biggest feud in the fed was against Ted Guthrie for the Hardcore Title. After winning it, he maintained his feud with him and Taz while teaming with Christian. It was known that his valet, Vyxen, use to date Ted, thus aiding fuel to the fire. Raven and Ted battled continuously, even going into 2003 after Ted split from the Dragon Circle. A big battle was to occur between Gemini's Natural Born Thrillers team and Raven's Horror Show, but the company shutdown before it could escalate any further. It was widely believed that Raven and Christian were involved in a homosexual relationship, yet there was no proof to verify this.

  • Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation Hardcore Champion
  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation Hardcore Champion
  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation Commissioner
  • Hell Championship Wrestling Extreme Champion
  • Hell Championship Wrestling Television Champion

RhinoEdit

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For Rhino's wikipedia article, click here.

Rhyno only appeared in the Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation in 2001. He was originally a part of a trio that consisted of himself, Mike Awesome, and Paul Heyman. For some reason, these three thought it would be a good idea to harrass Fluisa on her appearance, something that she held personally. In September 2001, Fluisa defeated both Mike Awesome and Rhino for a chance to burn Paul Heyman at Uprising. After the pay-per-view, the trio left the EIWF.


Road DoggEdit

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For the Road Dogg's wikipedia article, click here.

The Road Dogg debuted in Gemini's wrestling world in the EIWF in August 2001. He was originally a member of D-Generation X, feuding with Psycho's Ministry of Darkness. However, when the WWF Rebellion was formed, for some reason Road Dogg didn't go with his D-X brethren. He resurfaced in October, threatening to sue Psycho for violation of contract unless he met his demand of an Intercontinental Title match. During the match, Triple H interfered and cost Psycho the title. Road Dogg was set to defend and retain the title against Madcow at Death Penalty, but the match was rigged in his opponent's favor. He later joined the WWF Rebellion to see the EIWF's destruction through to the end.

Road Warrior AnimalEdit

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For Road Warrior Animal's wikipedia article, click here.

Road Warrior Animal debuted in 2001 in the Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation as part of X-Cutioner's New Blood group with Road Warrior Hawk. He was fired immediately after his boss was.

He resurfaced in 2002 in the Williamsville Wrestling Federation, now as a member of X-Cutioner's nWo. He was fired immediately after his team's defeat at the hands of D-Generation X.



Road Warrior HawkEdit

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For Road Warrior Hawk's wikipedia article, click here.

Road Warrior Hawk debuted in 2001 in the Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation as part of X-Cutioner's New Blood group with Road Warrior Animal. He was fired immediately after his boss was.

He resurfaced in 2002 in the Williamsville Wrestling Federation, now as a member of X-Cutioner's nWo. He was fired immediately after his team's defeat at the hands of D-Generation X.

On October 19, 2003, Road Warrior Hawk passed away.


Rob Van DamEdit

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For Rob Van Dam's wikipedia article, click here.

Rob Van Dam debuted in Gemini's wrestling world in August 2001 in the EIWF, as a member of the WWF Rebellion. His time in the company was limited, but he managed to win the WWF Championship from Gemini - even though Chris Jericho and Krazy Kid interfered. He disappeared from the company after losing to Gemini at the EIWF pay-per-view Destruction. However, he resurfaced for the company's reopening in 2002 in its World Championship match against Psycho. RVD was set to win the title, but Psycho changed the ending at the last second.

RVD was also present in Lita and Jeff Hardy's Xtreme Wrestling Federation as the boyfriend of Skylar. He briefly feuded with Scott Whiteman, Ivory, and even the bizarre Loki. Before he could be put into an even bigger feud with the Kamikaze Kitsune, the company closed its doors.

RVD had a decent run in the Williamsville Wrestling Federation each time he joined. In his first run, he became the Television Champion and European Champion, leading a resistance against Vice President Angel Zoelzer. In his second run, he held the Tag Team Titles with Kurt Angle throughout the 2004 run.

  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Champion
  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Tag Team Champion (w/Kurt Angle)
  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Television Champion
  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation European Champion
  • Hell Championship Wrestling Extreme Champion - 2 times

The RockEdit

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For The Rock's wikipedia article, click here.

The Rock only appeared in the EIWF. Debuting in August, he lost to Steve Austin for a chance at the EIWF Title. He disappeared until October when he miraculously reappeared, interrupting fortuneteller Madam Shoes' segment, and attacking her. He went on to start trouble with Meredith, who sent "Stunning" Stevie Nelson and the rest of her bodyguards after him. After he beat them down, he captured her and threw her into a river, hoping to drown her. Instead of being punished, Psycho awarded him an EIWF Title match against The Ultimate Warrior, which he won. He entered into a feud with X-Cutioner, Madam Shoes, and Meredith, hoping to overthrow him. When The Undertaker won the EIWF Title from him, and X-Cutioner was fired, he resumed his feud with Shoes. Psycho gave The Rock the Hardcore Title after claiming Cletus B. Grizzly was never around to defend it. At the Blood Bath event, he lost the title to Shoes, who then lost it to the newcomer, Zack Degeneres, due to its 24/7 rule.

When the EIWF reopened in June 2002, he signed back on, and lost to Chris Jericho for the Intercontinental Title. However, Psycho handed him the title after Jericho quit the company.

In an alternate timeline 2007, The Rock joined the World Wrestling Elite in opposition to The Big Show's presidential position. During an event, he defeated the giant to become the new president. Unfortunately, only the title history of the federation was recorded, not so much the rest of it.

  • Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation Champion
  • Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation Intercontinental Champion
  • Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation Hardcore Champion
  • World Wrestling Elite World Heavyweight Champion
  • World Wrestling Elite President

Roman ReignsEdit

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For Roman Reigns' wikipedia article, click here

Roman Reigns' role in Gemini's world saw him appear in the Williamsville Wrestling Federation in modern times. Here he served as the hired gun of new owner, Michelle Williams. He is used by her to prevent Scott Reilly, Gemini Drake, Mark Little, and Fluisa from entering the Hall of Fame. He teams with Sheamus and Dolph Ziggler at WrestleFest in a losing effort against the three men.

SabuEdit

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For Sabu's wikipedia article, click here

Sabu debuted in the Hell Championship Wrestling as part of the three-man Extreme Team with Rob Van Dam and Raven. They were constantly feuding against the trio of Arick Drulander, Sugar Shane, and Michael Jackson for the Hardcore and Extreme Championships. Sabu's time to shine saw him defeat HCW Star Colin Thomas for the HCW Championship, a title reign that lasted until Rhett Tucker got his hands on him in the Asylum Match.

  • Hell Championship Wrestling Champion
  • Hell Championship Wrestling Extreme Champion - 2 times


The SandmanEdit

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For The Sandman's wikipedia article, click here.

The Sandman debuted in Jeff Hardy and Lita's Xtreme Wrestling Federation in 2002. Sometime after Ted Guthrie had won the vacant Hardcore Championship, Sandman wanted in on the title circuit. He defeated Ted for the title with a piledriver from the top rope through a table. However, he wasn't counting on his rival to team with Taz to take the belt back almost a couple of weeks later. He was last seen trying to make peace with Ted before newcomer Tommy Gnosis interfered.

  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation Hardcore Champion

Scott HallEdit

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For Scott Hall's wikipedia article, click here.

Scott Hall debuted in Gemini's wrestling world in January 2002 with Kevin Nash in the Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation. Their time spent there was shortlived, but their memoriable moment involved Nash driving a semi while Scott Hall did Teen Wolf acrobatics on top of it.

Nash and Hall went to the Williamsville Wrestling Federation in April 2002, and won the Tag Team Titles. They easily defeated Scott Whiteman and Jared Matuelvich with ease a month later. Eventually, they lost to Matt and Jeff Hardy, then left the company. Hall returned briefly to be a referee between John Michael and Cletus B. Grizzly, sharing the position with Hulk Hogan, Kevin Nash, and Cletus' personal referee Lion Hart. Hall was too intoxicated to hold his position, leaving Hogan to be the only referee for the contest.

  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Tag Team Champion (w/Kevin Nash)
  • Hell Championship Wrestling Tag Team Champion - 2 times (2 w/Kevin Nash)


Sean O'HaireEdit

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For Sean O'Haire's wikipedia article, click here.

Sean O'Haire debuted in Jeff Hardy and Lita's Xtreme Wrestling Federation in 2003. After Ted Guthrie was brutally injured by Adam Flash, his girlfriend Vyxen found solace in O'Haire's charismatic words. He should've known after Ted returned the two would have to fight at the St. Valentine's Day Massacre pay-per-view. O'Haire defeated Vyxen's ex, and walked away with her satisfied. He later played the part of the referee of John Cena and Loki's match, costing Loki the match. A month later, at the Road to Nowhere pay-per-view, O'Haire defeated Marius for the XWF Championship. His only title defense was against Triple H at the final show, defeating the Cerebral Assassin and maintaining the gold.

On September 8, 2014, Sean O'Haire passed away.

  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation Champion

Seth RollinsEdit

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For Seth Rollins' wikipedia article, click here.

Seth Rollins appears in 2016 in the Williamsville Wrestling Federation, serving under new owner Michelle Williams. In this incarnation, the SHIELD still exists and they are the security unit. He appears when Gemini confronts Michelle on how she runs the company. She deems his words against her as "sexual harrassment" and orders the SHIELD to escort him out of the building in handcuffs. Ambrose and Rollins only appear in this one scene.

Shaggy 2 DopeEdit

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For Shaggy 2 Dope's wikipedia article, click here.

Shaggy 2 Dope debuted in 2001 in the Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation as part of X-Cutioner's New Blood group. He was fired immediately after his boss was.

He resurfaced in 2002 in the Williamsville Wrestling Federation, now as a member of X-Cutioner's nWo. He was fired immediately after his team's defeat at the hands of D-Generation X.

Shaggy - along with Violent J - has been confirmed to appear in the History of the EIWF documentary's Special Episode.

Shane McMahonEdit

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For Shane McMahon's wikipedia article, click here.

Shane McMahon debuted in Jeff Hardy and Lita's Xtreme Wrestling Federation in 2003. He was called in assist his sister Stephanie when Chris Jericho broke up with her. After finishing up with Jericho, he betrayed Stephanie and aligned himself with Goldy Locks, thus entering into a feud with her new boyfriend, Michael Thomas. When the two battled at the Road to Nowhere pay-per-view, Shane was the dominant man in that match.

Shane later appeared in the Intense Wrestling Federation in its final Heat Wave, revealed by Eric Bischoff as Heat Wave's General Manager. It's unknown where this storyline would go since the IWF closed down sometime afterward.

  • Intense Wrestling Federation Heat Wave General Manager


Shannon MooreEdit

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For Shannon Moore's wikipedia article, click here.

Shannon Moore debuted in Jeff Hardy and Lita's Xtreme Wrestling Federation in 2001, possibly 2002. Since Gemini hadn't joined the XWF at that point, most of his history is unknown, either than he was a close friend of Matt Hardy - a Mattitude Follower - and a member of the vampiric Brood. Aside from teaming with The Hurricane, one of his biggest moments Gemini witnessed was him replacing Edge in the Elimination Chamber match at the Survivor Games pay-per-view, which was won by Jeff Hardy. He continued to team with The Hurricane during his feud with Loki. Chances are he would've played a bigger role in Loki's story had the federation not closed down in 2003.

  • XWF titles?

Shark BoyEdit

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For Shark Boy's wikipedia article, click here.

Shark Boy debuted in the Xtreme Wrestling Federation in 2002. However, he didn't play too big a role, only as the tag team partner of New Jack. He was involved in a Tag Team Title tournament set-up by KroniK to decide their opponents.


Shawn MichaelsEdit

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For Shawn Michaels' Wikipedia article, click here.

Shawn Michaels debuted in Gemini's world in August 2001 in the EIWF. Originally, the character was suppose to be John Michael, Gemini's friend, but Psycho misinterpreted him as the Heartbreak Kid. Shawn Michaels had started up D-Generation X to combat Psycho's Ministry of Darkness team, though he left the company due to injury before the war could officially begin. When he returned, he was a member of the WWF Rebellion, being the one allowing others like Ron Popeil and Rob Van Dam to enter. Eventually, HBK became the WWF Champion and represented them in the final battle at Final Countdown.

It's unknown how big HBK's role in the XWF was, considering Gemini hadn't joined yet to know. All he knows it that he was the commissioner at one point in time.

HBK made many appearances in the Williamsville Wrestling Federation, but it wasn't until the 2005 run he made a big impact. After losing the Tag Team Titles to Smokey and Kendall, he went on to the World Title picture. In 2007, he underwent a villainous transformation by snatching the C.E.O. position from "Stone Cold" Steve Austin. He won the 2007 Royal Rumble and made a challenge for WWF Champion, John Michael. If he lost even once, it didn't matter if it was non-title or not, he would strip him of the title and award it to himself. This went on until WrestleFest VII when his position as C.E.O. was taken by Jerry Lawler. If HBK lost, he'd have to retire, which he did. He returned once more to put Stalker Sean in his place - who had been impersonating him. He came out of retirement to win the Universal Title from Bret Tucker.

  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Champion - 3 times
  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Intercontinental Champion
  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Tag Team Champion (w/Kurt Angle)
  • Big Show World Heavyweight Champion
  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation C.E.O.
  • WWF Royal Rumble 2007 Winner
  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Universal Champion
  • Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation European Champion
  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation Commissioner
  • Hell Championship Wrestling Tag Team Champion (w/Triple H)
  • Hell Championship Wrestling Hell Tag Team Champion (w/Triple H)

Shawn StasiakEdit

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For Shawn Stasiak's wikipedia article, click here.

Shawn Stasiak debuted in September 2001 in the Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation as a member of Jared Matulevich's Natural Born Thrillers group with Mark Jindrak. He didn't play too much of a role in the group and left in November 2001 after Meredith rejoined the WWF Rebellion.

In 2002, he joined Jeff Hardy and Lita's Xtreme Wrestling Federation in Meredith's Thriller group. However, he was let go in December for lack of direction.

SheamusEdit

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For Sheamus' wikipedia article, click here.

Sheamus appears in Gemini's world in the Williamsville Wrestling Federation in 2016. Here he serves as a hired gun for new owner, Michelle Williams. He teams with Roman Reigns and Dolph Ziggler to prevent Scott Reilly, Gemini Drake, Mark Little, and Fluisa from entering the Hall of Fame. The trio battle against Scott, Gemini, and Mark in a losing effort at WrestleFest.

"Sick" Nick MondoEdit

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For "Sick" Nick Mondo's wikipedia article, click here.

"Sick" Nick Mondo debuted in Jeff Hardy and Lita's Xtreme Wrestling Federation in 2002. Upon his debut, he was hired by Vyxen's little sister, Azrael, to drive a wedge between her and her boyfriend Ted Guthrie. The two battled at the pay-per-view, Survivor Games, which ended in a no contest courtesy of Adam Flash. Mondo later forged an alliance with XWF veteran Jade, yet didn't play too big of a role afterward.


Stacy KeiblerEdit

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For Stacy Keibler's wikipedia article, click here.

Stacy Keibler debuted in September 2001 in the Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation. She wanted to feud with Christina Ittner for the Women's Title, but instead got thrown into a fatal-four way elimination style match against Meredith, Lita, and Mahalia at Uprising. She was the first one eliminated. She left the company upon her defeat.

Sometime in 2002, she appeared in Jeff Hardy and Lita's Xtreme Wrestling Federation. She only had one match against Vyxen, and lost. She departed from the company afterward.



Stephanie McMahonEdit

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For Stephanie McMahon's wikipedia article, click here.

Stephanie McMahon debuted in Gemini's wrestling world in August 2001 in the EIWF. Originally, she acted as the manager of Triple H, but disappeared when he did. She resurfaced in October as Kurt Angle's manager. X-Cutioner tried to claim her as his own manager until she told him to back off. She stayed in the EIWF long enough to see it fall to ruin. She participated in its 2002 run with her teammates Willow and Angel, but left due to creative differences.

Sometime in 2001, Stephanie joined Jeff Hardy and Lita's Xtreme Wrestling Federation with her partners Willow and Angel. It's unknown what exactly took place, but it was revealed she was the one responsible for Chris Jericho and Mahalia's split. She even sided with Triple H in his Power Trip struggle against Lita and Jeff. At some point, she had a child named Zack, but it was unknown if he was Triple H's or Jericho's. During her run in the XWF, she won the Women's Title and was one of the inaugural Diva Tag Team Champions with Willow. Aside from feuding with Mahalia, she was involved in a heated feud with Meredith, a woman she called a "Stephanie McMahon clone". Stephanie defeated Meredith in every match until she brought in Fluisa. After losing the Diva Tag Team Titles, Stephanie and Willow split, but later settled their differences. Her brother, Shane McMahon, even assisted her when Jericho turned on her for Goldy Locks. However, Shane betrayed her as well. During this time, Meredith decided to finally team with her idol to take out Goldy Locks. Her last appearance featured Nora handing her and Willow the Diva Tag Team Titles, stating "they were the true champions the whole time."

Stephanie worked with the Williamsville Wrestling Federation in 2002 as X-Cutioner's manager. In 2004, she was granted a temporary General Manager role before becoming a full-time competitor. She even sided with Bryan Leetzor during this run.

Stephanie is set to appear in the upcoming RPG Maker VX Ace game, Beyond Infinity: Anesidora, as part of a king-queen duo with Triple H.

  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation Women's Champion - ? times
  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation Diva's Tag Team Champion - 2 times (2 w/Willow)

Stevie RayEdit

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For Stevie Ray's wikipedia article, click here.

Stevie Ray debuted in Gemini's wrestling world in 1999 in the Williamsville Wrestling Federation. Upon his debut, he formed Harlem Heat with Mark Little, Fluisa, and Booker T, delivering ass kickings wherever it was deemed necessary. His big break came in June 2000 when he won the vacant Television Title, and later the Hardcore Title. Stevie went on to a commentary position after losing the Hardcore Title, and stayed with the company until it shutdown. He returned to the ring in its 2004 run in a less successful run.

  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Hardcore Champion
  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Television Champion

Stevie RichardsEdit

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For Stevie Richards' wikipedia article, click here.

Stevie Richards debuted in October 2001 in the Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation as a bodyguard of Meredith and a member of the Natural Born Thrillers. He didn't play too much of a role in the group and left in November 2001 after Meredith rejoined the WWF Rebellion.

In 2002, he joined Jeff Hardy and Lita's Xtreme Wrestling Federation in Meredith's Thriller group. Unlike the other members of his team, he proved to be a more valuable ally. He stayed until the end of the company, fighting against Raven and Christian's Horror Show team, including getting a major victory over C.M. Punk.

"Stone Cold" Steve AustinEdit

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For "Stone Cold" Steve Austin's wikipedia article, click here.

"Stone Cold" Steve Austin debuted in Gemini's wrestling world in August 2001 in the EIWF. In his first match, he defeated Goldberg for the EIWF Championship, only to lose two days later to the Undertaker, courtesy of Psycho. Austin briefly feuded with Psycho, but lost to him in a ladder match for the Intercontinental Title. Since his defeat, he vanished from the EIWF scene completely, only to emerge in January as the new comissioner. However, the company shutdown before this new position could be put to good use.

Austin played a major role in Lita and Jeff Hardy's Xtreme Wrestling Federation by teaming with Triple H and taking the company over. He had won the XWF Title at least one time, and the Hardcore Title at one point. After losing the title to X-Cutioner, Austin once again disappeared from the scene.

Austin appeared in the Williamsville Wrestling Federation around 2006 as the new C.E.O. after John Michael stepped down. His position didn't last long as he was overthrown by Shawn Michaels. Austin stayed around a little while to try to overthrow Michaels, but Women's Champion and powerhouse Gen was able to defeat him and banish him from the company completely.

In an alternate timeline 2007, Austin joined the World Wrestling Elite to win it's Television Championship off of Bret Tucker. He later lost it to Sam.

  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation C.E.O.
  • Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation Champion
  • Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation Commissioner
  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation Champion - ? times
  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation Hardcore Champion - ? times
  • World Wrestling Elite Television Champion

TajiriEdit

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For Tajiri's wikipedia article, click here.

To say Tajiri's involvement with Gemini's world is a disaster is an understatement. Debuting in 2001 in the EIWF, Tajiri was mainly used as Krazy Kid's servant. His only time to shine was when he teamed with Krazy Kid's alternate, Chaos Kid, to win the Williamsville Wrestling Federation's Tag Team Titles against Ron Popeil and Adrian Pollack. When Tajiri left the company, Krazy Kid tried to keep the Tag Team Titles on him at all cost until Leah Cox threatened a lawsuit. Tajiri wasn't present for Krazy Kid's title loss.

  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Tag Team Champion (w/Chaos Kid)


Tammy SytchEdit

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For Tammy Sytch's wikipedia article, click here.

Tammy Sytch debuted in Gemini's wrestling world in August 2001 in the Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation. Her run was shortlived after she lost to Mahalia.

Sometime in 2002, Tammy resurfaced in Jeff Hardy and Lita's Xtreme Wrestling Federation. Still bitter over her loss to Mahalia in the EIWF, she tried everything she could to sabotage the relationship between her and Chris Jericho. She went as far as trying to say the couple were really brother and sister, according to "adoption forms". Finally, Mahalia had enough and called her out. Tammy mentioned something about an "army" coming to seize her. Even Zenkai and Reikon tried to assist her, but couldn't stand her stubbornness. Because of her "army" promo, Mahalia made some interesting comments that included calling Tammy a terrorist. Finally, the two met in the ring where Mahalia destroyed her.

Before the match had started, a woman named Rune tried to assist Mahalia, stating she knew Tammy from a long time ago, but nothing was ever mentioned beyond that.

TatankaEdit

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For Tatanka's wikipedia article, click here.

Tatanka debuted in 2001 in the Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation as part of X-Cutioner's New Blood group. He was fired immediately after his boss was.

He resurfaced in 2002 in the Williamsville Wrestling Federation, now as a member of X-Cutioner's nWo. He was fired immediately after his defeat in the elimination tag team match against D-Generation X.



TazEdit

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For Taz's wikipedia article, click here.

Taz/Tazz debuted in Gemini's wrestling world in 1999 in the Williamsville Wrestling Federation, interfering in the Cruiserweight Title match at Armageddon. He took the Hardcore Division by storm with his trusty frying pan, even managed to win the Cruiserweight Title after threatening Ernest "The Cat" Miller for his shot.

In 2001, he joined the EIWF with Raven, fooling around and garnering the wrath of Chris Jericho and Chris Benoit. He easily won the company's European Championship, and held onto it even after revealing he was a member of the WWF Rebellion. After losing the title to Kane, he was set to go for the WWF Television Title until Raven stole his spot from him. Taz then went on to become Ted Guthrie's trainer. When the WWF Rebellion reunited with John Michael and Gemini Drake, Taz became the WWF Television Champion by defeating Meeko.

In 2002, Taz rejoined the WWF, teaming with Christian. The two split in February and Taz went on to join Ryu and Test in the Dragon Circle. When Vice President Zoelzer came into power, it was surprising he didn't fire Taz for even being associated with the circle. He returned in the 2004 run, and participated in a fatal four way Hardcore Title match that was won by Big Show.

In June 2002, Taz heard word of his student, Ted, struggling in the Hardcore Division in the Xtreme Wrestling Federation and rushed to his aid. He served as a big help against Christian and Raven when he and Ted declared war on them. He came close to winning the Intercontinental and Hardcore Titles, but didn't get his chance to shine. Instead, he decided to become a manager to the Natural Born Thrillers and Ted until the XWF closed.

Taz joined the Intense Wrestling Federation with Ted in 2003, and came close to winning the Tag Team Titles only to lose them to Kurt Angle and Crowbar. He later helped Ted defeat Nick Smith and Doris, then became a full-time manager.

  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Television Champion
  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Hardcore Champion - 4 times
  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Cruiserweight Champion
  • Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation European Champion

Ted DiBiase, Jr.Edit

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For Ted DiBiase, Jr.'s wikipedia article, click here.

Ted DiBiase, Jr., son of "Million Dollar Man" Ted DiBiase, debuted in the Hell Championship Wrestling federation ran by Devil Trish Stratus and husband Axel. Unfortunately, his role was minimal as he was brought in to debut the company's Million Dollar Championship. A tournament was held to see who would be the first ever champion. He made it to the finals only to lose to Yusei Fudo in a cage match. Since then, he had tried unsuccessfully to get the title. Sorry, Ted...

TestEdit

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For Test's wikipedia article, click here.

Test debuted in Gemini's wrestling world in 2001 in the EIWF, teaming with Billy Kidman and Debra. However, he broke away from Kidman after suffering a loss to the Hardy Boyz. In the EIWF's 2002 run, he teamed with Brad Taylor to form an anti-American Canadian stable. Together, they won the Tag Team Championships and became the final ones in the company's history.

Test joined the Williamsville Wrestling Federation in January 2002 with Ryu as the Dragon Circle. His crowning achievement was winning the Television Championship from Rob Van Dam. At WrestleFest V, he teamed with Ryu and Taz against RVD, Christian, and Angel Zoelzer with the title on the line. Christian walked out the champion. Test was fired by Zoelzer after he obtained a Vice President position, only to return with Ryu, Madam Shoes, and Taz to cost his Brood stable victories. He rejoined during the 2004 run as Scott Whiteman's partner.

Unfortunately, Test passed away on March 13, 2009. R.I.P. Test.

Theodore LongEdit

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For Theodore Long's wikipedia article, click here.

Theodore Long debuted in Jeff Hardy and Lita's Xtreme Wrestling Federation in 2003 as the manager of Mark Little and Fluisa's team, Fade to Black. He started by accusing Goldust of being a racist after playing a prank on him via a Ring video spoof. After Goldust and Victoria defeated them, Theodore Long was last seen at Gemini's eighteenth birthday party before departing form the company.

Long appeared in the Williamsville Wrestling Federation in 2004 as the manager of Harlem Heat - a.k.a. Booker T, Stevie Ray, and Ahmed Johnson.


Triple HEdit

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For Triple H's wikipedia article, click here.

Triple H debuted in Gemini's wrestling world in August 2001 in the Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation. He randomly appeared and challenged The Undertaker for the EIWF Title in a losing effort, and tried to take over D-Generation X - once again failing. After fading into obscurity, Triple H returned in October to cost Psycho the Intercontinental Title to Road Dogg. He later lost to Psycho at the Death Penalty pay-per-view, lost a WWF Television Title match to Ted Guthrie, and again faded away.

Triple H took part in the Williamsville Wrestling Federation in April 2002, only as Vice President Angel Zoelzer's servant. He lost a match to Hulk Hogan when Ryu and Test interfered.

Triple H's crowning achievement in Gemini's world was in Jeff Hardy and Lita's Xtreme Wrestling Federation. Together with "Stone Cold" Steve Austin and Stephanie McMahon, the Power Trip nearly took over the company from under Lita's nose. He won the Intercontinental Title from X-Cutioner, as well as the XWF Title, an event that made him throw a big tantrum that got him fired. At some point in the XWF, Triple H left and forfeited his titles without ever losing once. He later returned in 2002 to assist Stephanie when Meredith and her Natural Born Thrillers attacked. Triple H was scheduled to face her bodyguards, Kroni>| - Brian Adams and Bryan Clark - in a handicap match until The Undertaker got involved. The two won the Tag Team Titles together afterward. Triple H was to play an important role in a storyline where someone captured Stephanie's child, Zack. Before the story could go any further, he called it off, claiming the culprit "wasn't respecting him". This resulted in the XWF roster turning on him in a heartbeat. He quit the company with the story left unresolved - until Gemini Drake admitted to Stephanie he did it.

Sometime in 2003, Triple H returned with Eric Bischoff to cause more trouble. This time around, he targeted Max Turner and wife, Nora, claiming he was the real father of their child Mona. After defeating Max in a match, Nora revealed a paternity test that proved otherwise. Triple H went on to form Evolution with Eric Bischoff, Scott Whiteman, and Ivory. The last XWF show saw him try to win the XWF Title from Sean O'Haire, only to come up short in the long haul, awarding him his first loss in the company.

Triple H is set to appear in the RPG Maker VX Ace game, Beyond Infinity: Anesidora, with Stephanie McMahon as one of the antagonists.

  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation Champion - ? times
  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation Intercontinental Champion - ? times
  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation Tag Team Champion - ? times (1 w/The Undertaker, ?)
  • Hell Championship Wrestling Tag Team Champion (w/Shawn Michaels)
  • Hell Championship Wrestling Hell Tag Team Champion (w/Shawn Michaels)

Trish StratusEdit

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For Trish Stratus' wikipedia article, click here.

For those who saw the article of Christina Ittner, do not let her fool you. True, in the Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation she posed as Trish Stratus. In reality, she was merely an imposter.

The true Trish Stratus actually resided in not only our reality as the famous WWE Legend, but in an alternate Hell dimension where she rules as its queen alongside Axel from Kingdom Hearts (don't ask). Together, the hellish couple - mainly Trish - started the Hell Championship Wrestling, allowing anyone from any dimension to come there to compete. No rules, no limitations. Trish played the role of the benevolent authority figure while placing herself in honest competition. Not bad for the Devil Herself. She never turned heel once despite her current title.

When Axel's pride got the better of him and he tried to rule over Hell, Trish counterattacked by summoning The Undertaker. Only by beating some sense into her husband was order restored. Trish continued to play the authority figure while still competing in fair matches.

At one point she was a part of the Xtreme Wrestling Federation, but Gemini's history with her is scrambled, thus he cannot recall anything she did.

  • Hell Championship Wrestling Authority Figure
  • Hell Championship Wrestling Women's Champion - 3 times
  • Hell Championship Wrestling Television Champion

The Ultimate WarriorEdit

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For The Ultimate Warrior's wikipedia article, click here.

The Ultimate Warrior only appeared in the Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation in October 2001 during its hardest time. He was thrown into an EIWF Title match at the pay-per-view event, Death Penalty, and defeated The Undertaker for it. No sooner than he had won it that he lost it to The Rock.

On April 8, 2014, days after he was inducted into the WWE Hall of Fame, he passed away.

The UndertakerEdit

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For The Undertaker's wikipedia article, click here.

The Undertaker debuted in Gemini's wrestling world in August 2001 in the EIWF with Kane. The two defeated Gemini and Kurt Angle for the Tag Team Titles, and Taker would later defeat Steve Austin for the EIWF Title. After doing so, he formed the Ministry of Darkness with Psycho, Krazy Kid, Chris Jericho, Chris Benoit, Faarooq, Bradshaw, Mahalia, Lita, and Raven. Undertaker's one wish was to have one match with Gemini, but the matches never happened due to unfortunate circumstances. In his second run with the EIWF, he won the European Title, but lost it to Kurt Angle a week later.

Undertaker took part in the Williamsville Wrestling Federation by assisting D-Generation X dethrone X-Cutioner's nWo. He tried to restart the Ministry, but the company closed before it could happen. He returned in the 2004 run to unsuccessfully fight for the Hardcore Title. His last appearance featured him advertising his merchandise, which led to him being absorbed into the cryptic Ara. Even though this happened, the spirit of The Undertaker still lives on.

The Undertaker was an important figure in Lita and Jeff Hardy's XWF. It's unknown what all occurred, since Gemini wasn't a member yet. When he did join, a new Undertaker was around - American Bad Ass Taker. He feuded with the Natural Born Thrillers, assisting Triple H in the process. After winning the Tag Team Titles with Triple H, Hunter left due to personal issues with the roster. He shared the titles with Jeff Hardy, but soon enough Taker left due to disputes with the roster. It was possible had the original Undertaker stayed he was to play an important role in Gemini and Mahalia's storyline.

He was around for the short lived Intense Wrestling Federation in 2003, participating in the company's World Title Elimination Chamber match, but failed to capture it. He briefly feuded with Scott Whiteman until rumor spread of his unfortunate demise/coma. Instead, his storyline was changed to feud wtih Max Turner, where he won the IWF European Championship and becoming Breck Losnar's stooge.

  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Champion
  • Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation Champion - 2 times
  • Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation European Champion
  • Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation Tag Team Champion (w/Kane)
  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation Champion - ? times
  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation Tag Team Champion - ? times (w/Triple H, Jeff Hardy, ?)
  • Intense Wrestling Federation European Champion

Val VenisEdit

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For Val Venis' wikipedia article, click here.

Val Venis debuted in 2001 in the Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation as part of X-Cutioner's New Blood group. He was fired immediately after his boss was.

He resurfaced in 2002 in the Williamsville Wrestling Federation, now as a member of X-Cutioner's nWo. During the elimination tag team match against D-Generation X, he was the final member to be eliminated. He was fired immediately after his defeat.



VictoriaEdit

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For Victoria's wikipedia article, click here.

Victoria debuted in Gemini's wrestling world in 2002 in Jeff Hardy and Lita's Xtreme Wrestling Federation. Originally the valet of "Sick" Nick Mondo, she changed her tune when she was introduced to Goldust. Since then, the two were nearly inseparable. Together with Loki, the trio proved to be an unstoppable group. She even won the Tag Team Titles from KroniK with the Bizarre One at the company's second WrestleMania. After Goldust "broke up" with The Hurricane, he dedicated all his attention to Victoria.

  • Xtreme Wrestling Federation Tag Team Champion (w/Goldust)


Vince McMahonEdit

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For Vince McMahon's wikipedia article, click here

Vince McMahon's name was used by Psycho to try to bring people to the roster of the EIWF in its second run. However, Lita knew the truth after the first show that there was no Vince McMahon, only him.

Vince later surfaces - and finally debuts - in July 2004 at the Great American Bash under the disguise of the Green Goblin from the first "Spider-Man" movie, facing Willem Dafoe. As Mr. Dafoe was beating him down, almost in an exact repeat of the movie, Vince tried to have the Goblin Glider strike him, only to be stabbed himself. He begged Willem not to tell Shane of this, but unfortunately for him Shane was in the crowd. Though it appeared Vince died that night, he was actually restored to life by Dr. Chocolate Hungryman's strange methods.

Violent JEdit

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For Violent J's wikipedia article, click here.

Violent J debuted in 2001 in the Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation as part of X-Cutioner's New Blood group. He was fired immediately after his boss was.

He resurfaced in 2002 in the Williamsville Wrestling Federation, now as a member of X-Cutioner's nWo. He was fired immediately after his team's defeat at the hands of D-Generation X.

Violent J - along with Shaggy 2 Dope - has been confirmed to appear in the History of the EIWF's Special Episode.

William Regal Edit

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For William Regal's wikipedia article, click here.

William Regal debuted in 2001 in the Extreme Internet Wrestling Federation. He was to take part in a scrapped storyline involving Max Turner and his twin sister Doris as a member of a cult ran by the homosexual sumo Homoushi and his lady assistant Bodacia. Together, along with Roseanne Barr and Chris Benoit, they were to be a cult worshiping an entity called the Great Flame of Unity. They were to feud with Chris Jericho's stable, Nightbreed. Before the storyline could take off, Regal, Roseanne, Homoushi, and Bodacia were released from their contracts, leaving Benoit and Doris.



X-PacEdit

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For X-Pac's wikipedia article, click here.

X-Pac debuted in Gemini's wrestling world in August 2001 as a member of D-Generation X in the EIWF. Throughout his run, he feuded constantly with Krazy Kid for the EIWF Light Heavyweight Title. He joined the WWF Rebellion and became its Cruiserweight Champion, as well as Tag Team Champions with Billy Gunn.

After the EIWF closed its doors, X-Pac joined the Williamsville Wrestling Federation and defeated Krazy Kid to become a 3 time Cruiserweight Champion. His 4th and final run happened after he defeated Kid again at the Judgment Day pay-per-view. He defended the title into the 2004 run when he finally lost it to the final champion, Slappy.

  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Tag Team Champion (w/Billy Gunn)
  • Williamsville Wrestling Federation Cruiserweight Champion - 4 times
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