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Williamsville Wrestling Federation
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Williamsville Wrestling Federation's logo - shared with the WWE

Acronym

WWF

Owner(s):

Mr. McQuality (1998-2002)
"Macho Man" Randy Savage (2004)
Brett Tucker (2005)
John Michael (2005-2006)
Mr. McQuality (2006-2008)
Kurt Angle (2008-2009)

Years Active:

1998-2001
2002
2004
2005-2009

Platform(s):

Fanfiction
E-Fed
Video Game

The Williamsville Wrestling Federation - or WWF - was a fanfiction concept created by Gemini Drake and his friend, John Michael where they would pit their classmates in school against one another. It wasn't to be taken serious, just a way of having fun. At first, the concept started in 1997 as a comedy comic strip that parodied MTV's Celebrity Deathmatch where the matches were originally fights to the death. However, come 1998, before they entered eighth grade, John convinced Gemini to make it more about wrestling than an actual Mortal Kombat-like stage. The plans for continuing were put on hold until 1999 when Gemini recreated the original storylines in the N64 game WWF WrestleMania 2000. At that point, both he and John conspired together, creating a roster, their gimmicks, themes, and signature moves. Soon enough, other people in the school threw in their ideas on how their character(s) should be. Eventually, Gemini created a fanfiction that showed actual show results as though it were a professional company.

The fanfiction was created in 1999, but the show's history goes back to January of 1998. As to why Gemini didn't have it start in late 1997, when the comic strip began, is unknown. The original fanfic was lost in time - a.k.a. old junky CRT computer breaking down. This went on until 2001 when Gemini felt burnt out on writing wrestling results. In the summer, he was introduced to the EIWF where his spark was renewed. After destroying the EIWF, the WWF came back in the form of an e-fed in January 2002 until August that same year.

Gemini went back to writing the show as a fanfiction, this time publicing it on an Angelfire website. There was no message boards or RPing involved, just standard writing of a story like it had been in its origin. However, this soon grew to be too much for him to handle as he was in his second year of college. After the 2004 run, Gemini and John agreed they'd create the stories themselves through the WWE games on the PS2/PS3/X-Box 360 in a unique way of doing things. They would go into the Create-A-Wrestler entrance mode and use the wrestlers' themes at random as a means of deciding their next move and what the results of their shows were. This concept would be used up until the 2009 finale when the WWF was finally put to rest.

Regardless on what form of media or platform the Williamsville Wrestling Federation goes by it still exists in the minds of both Gemini and John.

WWF HistoryEdit

Below are the chapters of the WWF's life with summarized results by month and year:

  • 1998
    • January: Debut and the Royal Rumble
    • February: Road to WrestleFest
    • March: WrestleFest
    • April: Rebellion vs. The Elite
    • May: WWF Staff vs. The Elite
    • June: King of the Ring
    • July: Road to SummerSlam
    • August: SummerSlam
    • September: Mahalia's Second Reign
    • October: Happy Halloween
    • November: McQuality's Revenge
    • December: Merry Christmas
  • 1999
    • January: Royal Rumble '99
    • February: The Confederacy Rises
    • March: WrestleFest II - Triple Cage
    • April: The Resistance Vs. The Corporation
    • May: Cletus Vs. Mahalia
    • June: King of the Ring '99
    • July: The South Shall Rise
    • August: SummerSlam '99
    • September: Cletus Vs. Mahalia ~ The Finale
    • October: Rambo Mitts
    • November: Survivor Series '99
    • December: New Blood Rising?
  • 2000
    • January: Royal Rumble '00
    • February: My Name Is Mitts
    • March: WrestleFest III ~ Japanese Death Match
    • April: Champion Vs. Champion
    • May: Champion Vs. Champion, part II
    • June: King of the Ring '00
    • July: America Vs. Canada
    • August: SummerSlam '00
    • September: Rise of Maxa
    • October: Chaos Reigns
    • November: No Holds Barred
    • December: Six-Pack Challenge
  • 2001
    • January: Royal Rumble '01
    • February: Mahalia Vs. The Impact Players
    • March: WrestleFest IV ~ Fatal Four-Way Elimination
    • April: WrestleFest Backlash
    • May: The Doors Close
  • 2002
    • January: Royal Rumble '02
    • February: D-Generation X Vs. nWo
    • March: WrestleFest V ~ Tayeh Vs. Little
    • April: The WWF Vs. Vice President Angel
    • May: John Vs. The Corporation
    • June: King of the Ring '02
    • July: Best Friends, Bitter Enemies
    • August: SummerSlam '02
  • 2004
    • July: Great American Bash
    • August: Desert Heat
    • September: Redemption
    • October: Trick or Treat
  • 2005
    • October: The Return
    • November: Survivor Series '05
    • December: "Aren't We Family?"
  • 2006
    • January: Royal Rumble '06
    • February: Road to WrestleFest
    • March: WrestleFest VI ~ Vendetta
    • April: Coco's Reign
    • May: McQuality Vs. The Filthy Animalz
    • June: Where There's Smoke...
    • July: I'm Standing Next To A Mountain
    • August: SummerSlam '06
    • September: Triple Threat Title-for-Title
    • October: Stacker 4
    • November: Survivor Series '06
    • December: 2 out of 3 Ain't Bad
  • 2007
    • January: Royal Rumble '07
    • February: "One Loss, Your Belt is Mine"
    • March: WrestleFest '07 ~ John Vs. HBK
    • April: Surfacing of a Stalker
    • May: Eat the Rich
    • June: King of the Ring '07
    • July: "My Last Chance..."
    • August: SummerSlam '07
    • September: King Big Show
    • October: Corporation Vs. The Filthy Animalz
    • November: The Clash of Stables
    • December: Gutless Champion?
  • 2008
    • January: Royal Rumble '08
    • February: "Who Are You For?"
    • March: WrestleFest '08 ~ Triple Threat
    • April: McQuality's Final Hurrah
    • May: "I Can't Retire Him..."
    • June: King of the Ring '08
    • July: "You Are Nothing!"
    • August: SummerSlam '08
    • September: Ha Hey as Champ
    • October: Femi-Nazis
    • November: Retiring the Old
    • December: The New Titles
  • 2009
    • January: Royal Rumble '09
    • February: Universal Conflict
    • March: WrestleFest '09 ~ Battle for the Universe
    • April: A Fond Farewell to Williamsville

World Wrestling EliteEdit

John later recreated the WWF, except it was now renamed the World Wrestling Elite - or WWElite for short - all done through WWE '13 on the X-Box 360. This game's storyline took place in 2007 until 2013, spanning their WWE Universe mode run for close to six years.

Unfortunately, due to improper record keeping from Gemini, all the records for the WWElite was lost. All there is to show for it is the Title History.

The EndEdit

There's rumor going around it may resurface once more and results may be posted on this wiki page. It's unknown if it'll be a continuation of the original WWF or the WWElite or something new entirely.

The rumors are declared false. As of 2015, the Williamsville Wrestling Federation is no more. All the history still happened to the talents.

More information will be provided when it arrives.

Championship HistoryEdit

Williamsville Wrestling FederationEdit

Below is a list of championship the WWF has used over its numerous years. To this day, the EIWF's titles count as their own. To see their championships, click here.

World Wrestling EliteEdit

Below is the WWElite's Championship History. Dates of the wins have been lost due to poor record keeping on Gemini's part:

WWElite World ChampionshipEdit

Superstar  Times  Notes
World Champions
Abu-Tayeh
1 Abu-Tayeh won the title against Rhett Tucker to become the inaugural champion.
Eddie Hordong 1 Eddie later aligned with Mr. McQuality after his victory.
Gemini Drake 1 John Michael was the referee.
Eddie Hordong 2
Gemini Drake 2
Abu-Tayeh 2
Big Show 1 Mark Little was suppose to wrestle, but was injured before the event.
Mark Little 1
Sam 1
John Michael 1 John aligns himself with Abu-Tayeh to form the Power Trip after his victory.
C.M. Smokey 1 C.M. Smoke's title reign lasts 64 weeks, a record breaking 448 days.
John Michael 2
Lee Downs 1
Abu-Tayeh 3
Mark Little 2
C.M. Smokey 2 C.M. Smoke's title reign lasts 48 weeks, 25 weeks shy of beating his old record.
John Michael 3
The Rock 1 The Rock establishes himself as the new owner of the WWElite and booting McQuality from ownership.
C.M. Smokey 3
Daniel Binxton 1
Gemini Drake 3 Big Show, Eddie Hordong, Cletus B. Grizzly, and John Michael were involved.
Daniel Binxton 2
Lee Downs 2
Gemini Drake 4
Mark Little 3
Goldust 1
Daniel Binxton 3 Mark Little was involved.

WWElite United Intercontinental ChampionshipEdit

Superstar  Times  Notes
United Intercontinental Champions
C.M. Smokey 1 C.M. Smokey defeated Cletus B. Grizzly to become the inaugural champion.
Cletus B. Grizzly 1
John Michael 1
Abu-Tayeh 1
Sam 1
Abu-Tayeh 2
C.M. Smokey 2
John Michael 2
Daniel Binxton 1 The title was renamed the United Intercontinental Title after his win.
Rhett Tucker 1
Mark Little 1 Daniel Binxton was involved in a triple threat match.
Gemini Drake 1
Sam 2
Gemini Drake 2
Cletus B. Grizzly 2
John Michael 3
X-Pac 1
Gemini Drake 3
Stalker Sean 1
Eddie Hordong 1
Stalker Sean 2
Big Show 1
Andy Orton 1
Sam 3
Stalker Sean 3
Damien Moocow 1
John Michael 4
Goldust 1
Rhett Tucker 2

WWElite Women's World ChampionshipEdit

Superstar  Times  Notes
Women's World Champions
Gen 1 Gen defeated Christina Ittner to become the inaugural champion.
Vivi 1
Gen 2
Paige 1
Bertha Butchwood 1
Vivi 2
Kendall 1
Gen 3
Vivi 3
Paige 2
Kendall 2
Vivi 4
Paige 3
Gen 4
Vivi 5
Christina Ittner 1
Kendall 3
Christina Ittner 2
Kendall 4
Bertha Butchwood 2
Paige 4
Vivi 6
Amber 1
Vivi 7
Christina Ittner 3
Paige 5
Christina Ittner 4

WWElite Tag Team ChampionshipsEdit

Superstar Times Notes
Tag Team Champions
The Butt F**kin' Outlaws

Kyle & Steve

1 Kyle & Steve won the titles against Damien Moocow & Daniel Binxton to become the inaugural champions.
The Boom Squad

Damien Moocow & Daniel Binxton

1
The Butt F**kin' Outlaws

Kyle (2) & Steve (2)

2
The Boom Squad

Damien Moocow (2) & Daniel Binxton (2)

2
The Butt F**kin' Outlaws

Kyle (3) & Steve (3)

3
Gemini Drake & C.M. Smokey 1
The Power Trip

John Michael & Abu-Tayeh

1
JOB Squad

Miguel the Mailman & Inferno

1
Asses of Fire

Lee Downs & Rhett Tucker

1
The Butt F**kin' Outlaws

Kyle (4) & Steve (4)

4
Asses of Fire

Lee Downs (2) & Rhett Tucker (2)

2
Sam-Dong

Eddie Hordong & Sam

1
White Trash Family

Cletus B. Grizzly & DeLong

1
Straight Edge Brotherhood

C.M. Smokey (2) & Daniel Binxton (3)

1
The Corporation

Abu-Tayeh (2) & DeLong (2)

1
Straight Edge Brotherhood

C.M. Smokey (3) & Daniel Binxton (4)

2
The Alliance

John Michael (2) & Gemini Drake (2)

1
The Butt F**kin' Outlaws

Kyle (5) & Steve (5)

5
The Alliance

John Michael (3) & Gemini Drake (3)

2
Asses of Fire

Lee Downs (3) & Rhett Tucker (3)

3
The Corporation

Abu-Tayeh (3) & DeLong (3)

2
The Alliance

John Michael (4) & Gemini Drake (4)

3
The Corporation

Abu-Tayeh (4) & DeLong (4)

3
The Butt F**kin' Outlaws

Kyle (6) & Steve (6)

6
The Unwanted

Daniel Binxton (5) & Mark Little

1
Asses of Fire

Lee Downs (4) & Rhett Tucker (4)

4
The Unwanted

Daniel Binxton (6) & Mark Little (2)

2
Asses of Fire

Lee Downs (5) & Rhett Tucker (5)

5

Hall of FameEdit

Since the reopening of the WWF in 2005, a Hall of Fame has been opened up for certain individuals who surpassed all expectations of any and all people.

  • 2005: Meeko - former WWF Champion, final Tag Team Champion, former Vice President
    • Inducted by Slappy and Lucky
  • 2006: Steve "Rambo/The King" Mitts - commentator, former 3-time WWF Champion, former Intercontinental Champion, former Hardcore Champion
    • Inducted by Aaron Thomas
  • 2007: Todd Davis - commentator
    • Inducted by Scott Reilly
  • 2008: Slappy - former referee, former Hardcore Champion final Cruiserweight Champion, final Tag Team Champion
    • Inducted by Meeko, CM Smoke, and Kendall
  • 2009: Madam Shoes - former Television Champion, former EIWF Hardcore Champion
    • Inducted by Madam WebTV and Madam Dopey
  • 2010: Eddie Hordong - former WWF Champion, former Intercontinental Champion, former 4-time Tag Team Champion, former Hardcore Champion
    • Inducted by Scott Reilly and Gemini Drake
  • 2011: Mark Little - former 3-time WWF Champion, former 4-time Intercontinental Champion, former Tag Team Champion, former 2-time Hardcore Champion, 2002 Royal Rumble Winner
    • Inducted by Fluisa
  • 2012: Sam - former WWF Champion, former Intercontinental Champion, former Tag Team Champion
    • Inducted by Damian Moocow
  • 2013: Smokey - former two-time WWF Champion, final Universal Champion, held WWElite Title for 64 and 48 weeks respectively, only two-time King of the Ring winner
    • Inducted by Scott Reilly, Kendall, and Damian Moocow
  • 2014: Mr. McQuality - former Big Show Champion, former CEO of the company from 1998-2006
    • Inducted by Adam Tayeh and Paige
  • 2015: Kendall - former 2-time Tag Team Champion, former 2-time World Tag Team Champion, former 2-time Women's Champion, former 2-time Hardcore Champion
    • Inducted by Scott Reilly and Gemini Drake
  • 2016: For the first time, numerous people were placed in the Hall of Fame:
    • Scott Reilly - former 13-time and final World Champion, former 5-time and final Intercontinental Champion, former Television Champion, former 4-time Tag Team Champion, former Million Dollar Champion, technically the first EIWF European Champion, former Commissioner from 1998-1999, former CEO 2005-2006
      • Inducted by CM Smoke and Kendall
    • Gemini Drake - former 5-time World Champion, former 6-time Intercontinental Champion, former Television Champion, former 2-time and final Hardcore Champion, former 12-time Tag Team Champion, former Softcore Champion, former Universal Champion, former EIWF Submission Champion
      • Inducted by Aaron Thomas and Mahalia
    • Mark Little - only 2-time Hall of Fame inductee
      • Inducted by Steve Mitts and Booker T
    • Fluisa - former 3-time Women's Champion, former 2-time Intercontinental Champion, former 2-time Hardcore Champion, former Television Champion, former EIWF Women's Champion
      • Inducted by Christina Ittner and Meredith
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Superstars: Cletus B. Grizzly · Gemini Drake · Krazy Kid · Mark Little · Max Turner · Psycho · Scott Whiteman · "Stunning" Stevie Nelson · Ted Guthrie · X-Cutioner
Vixens: Christina Ittner · Fluisa · Leah Cox · Meredith · Nora · Paige
Databases: Roster · Pay-Per-Views · Championships · Wrestlers in Real Life · History of the EIWF

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