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Colombo Spice

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He's NOT happy to be here.

Not Happy To Be Here[edit | edit source]

An indie/NXT shitter except he deviates from the usual "I love wrestling!!" persona and is MEAN, but otherwise just as flippy and shitty.

In The Final Rumble[edit | edit source]

TFR/Off-Season 8[edit | edit source]

Breaks into the arena and nobody notices.

Episode 50

Somehow wins a chance at a Million Dollars.

Episode 51

Counted-out, definitely not happy to be here.

Episode 55

Participates in the Bad to the Bone Tournament.

The Extinct Light[edit | edit source]

Is specially not happy to be here since AEW hasn't contacted him yet.

Episode 1

As he complains about how TFR has no standards by having him in the world title match and how much the place sucks, Dutch van der Linde enters the locker room and offers help. But Colombo Spice doesn't need anyone's advice, he's a rebel, doesn't follow any rules, and sure as hell doesn't respect anyone trying to boss him around... and that's coincidentally what Dutch is looking for. The world title is devoid of significance, presence, aura nor edge; but the Bad to the Bone championship? Now that's a belt Colombo Spice deserves. And just so happens, Dutch has been burned by one too many times by his partners and lost all trust, just like Colombo, but he has a plan, a cold, hard plan, that needs someone just like him. Dutch was lucky to leave after that point before Colombo crushed him, but the Lone Wolf of Infamy pondered what he really meant...

Episode 2

Finally this place is looking more respectable with a belt around his waist, yet still there's nothing to be happy about.

Episode 3

"The Lone Wolf of Infamy" Colombo Spice participates in the Berserk Brawl tournament in Pool F.

The Wolf accepts nobody's help, even if Dutch's interference helped him win the title. As Dutch puts it, it is not about "accepting", rather, for Dutch and his boys it's about imposing their will over the weak, yet while Colombo is not ashamed to say he's a bad guy he's still not happy with this. But in a world where rules exist to dominate and keep you down, this is how you rebel against them: everyone can be a wolf, but they can also be wolves in a pack, and once you're in one, everyone else can become your prey. Colombo finally is beginning to see, much like Papillon and Red, they made a decision and now it's up to him; in fact if both Colombo and Dutch win their matches... Dutch will abdicate on the spot, and once Colombo reaches the finals, his team will make sure his win is all but assured. All he has to do now is... trust the plan.

Still must they be wary, for "Serious" Sam Stone is a serious threat, and Dutch own opponent... "The Ashen Chevalier" Rean Schwarzer is no pushover... "The Mean Rean Machine" is the kind of opponent that could put an end to an entire plan by himself.

But Colombo makes sure to put a serious stop to Sam, and now it's all up to Dutch, who brings the entire group to support him in his no-DQ match.

Episode 4

Much as he promised, Dutch walked into the ring and simply allowed The Lone Wolf of Infamy to pin him, giving him and The Plan a free ticket to the next round.

Episode 5[edit | edit source]

"Have faith and you'll be rewarded".

Colombo expected to win either way so it doesn't really matter, although the break was welcome. But to Dutch, the matter is more serious, the group will support him in all his matches, and they won't allow anyone to take his title, as for as long as they can maintain Berserker Brawl in their hands, the rest of the company lies a small step away. If wolves hunt in a pack, then they should know each other though Colombo and wondered what they are up to, but Dutch reaffirmed he shouldn't worry since they'll be supporting him in his corner as always much like he himself. The tournament is the most important thing right now, a vital point for The Plan to succeed, and for the future... he's already orchestrating something for the other two. Naturally, Colombo doesn't really care about them, despite Dutch promising all of them opportunities, but he knows how the rules of the jungle go, and he must be prepared to join a four-on-one mauling. Colombo's attitude almost makes Dutch proud of helping him evolve, but there's no time to be sentimental when a crucial bout approaches this night.

His opponent... a member of perhaps one of the most dominant factions in TFR. They've been separated and even beat one of his former partners, so this might be their chance to steal their crown. But clowns are unpredictable and this very much should remain big "us" versus "them" feel fight, because it is. For the circus... it's time to bring an end to their smiles.

Outside the locker room someone was listening in... such confidence... such potential... a toy worth playing with... enough to make any clown excited!

During the match, Dutch gave "the signal" to the ref and Hisoka was counted out even though he made it into the ring, continuing to show that he'll do anything to drive the plan forward.

Episode 6[edit | edit source]

Right as planned, the smiles of The Circus came to an end. "Backstage Influence", the technique that with the right connections allows you to get away with a little bit more than you should, that Dutch employed to end Colombo's match. In just two more, everyone will tremble at their name; but these are the most worrisome of all, not only in reaching this far, but all their tactics have already been exposed, once they enter that ring, the opponent will be on guard and scout any possible scheme that doesn't employ extreme measures. That's why... he won't reach the ring in the first place. Colombo already knows what to, and it's time to gather the whole pack for a quick hunt.

In a secluded room, another hunter eagerly observes his meal through the cameras. "???" Saten observes as the big moment approaches. When they realize they're on the move... it'll be too late. His "pupil" is about to reveal itself, and when he does, the "clock" will begin ticking, for the balance of "power" is about to change. For all those not ready it'll be too late, and his group is the only ones ready for it.

Central awaits and wonders why the second semifinal hasn't begun, with Power claiming they must be quivering at the idea of weaklings such as themselves to be in her presence. Central tunes into the backstage, and...

It's a massacre. Papillon, Red and even Colombo lay defeated. Dutch can only utter that he could never have planned for this... his strength is "unfathomable", a true monster. Lucid's true form, "The Singularity Omega", saw them as nothing but "ants".

You see, Colombo, there's a few things not just you, but everybody else, need to realize. There are reasons we live in the so-called "Dark Age of Wrestling". We need a "change" of scenery. Not just simple, small tweaks. But the "complete" destruction of what is currently there. To start over. To establish a new hierarchy! And it's "all" kicking off... It's "all" falling into place, slowly! The best part? To put down limp-wrested wimps such as you... I didn't even need to try! But before your death, allow me to show "you" a taste of my true abilities. My "Overdose" form, a power far "beyond" your imagination. Pay close attention! FUCK YOU, AND FUCK THIS "WORLD"!

No amount of faith can save Dutch's group this time... but then... Colombo stands up. He rushes to Lucid and botches, slightly bashing him with his arm. Coincidentally just then... the "Catharsis Effect" begins overloading Lucid with power, completely unable to move until the excess energy makes him blow up.

Dutch's group is saved... as it turns out, he was too strong... and that's why he lost. Colombo's path now lies clear.

Saten's pupil's mission ended... And now, he has all the data he needed. Thus it begins.

Episode 7[edit | edit source]

Not only is Berserker Brawl one step away, but Red and Papillon have a shot at just taking the titles with no struggle, a big night with perfect timing. The only thing missing from Dutch's group's grasp will then be the World Title, and the winner of the tournament will get a shot at that too. But Ryan is a good one, kid's got heart, so Dutch will make his greatest plan yet to take it down―No. That ain't gonna work, Colombo doesn't want his help, or anyone else's, no this time. It's not that he doesn't want anyone's help, but rather he doesn't need it for proving himself he can beat him. His business with Rave... Es personal, they go way way back, further than anyone could even imagine.

Dutch didn't expect this, but also being from somewhere that values honor, he understands. This time, all he can do is have faith on the one the plan relies on. And once Ryan is done with... he won't be happy to be here anymore.

And faith always pays out in the long run, as Colombo is now the King of Berserker Brawl. And little by little... everything falls into place. Like clockwork The Plan continues moving ever-so-close to grasp...

TFR/Off-Season 9[edit | edit source]

Episode 2

Dutch's group makes sure Colombo retains the title.

TFR/Season 8[edit | edit source]

Dutch's plan has taken him far... but a wolf always has his sights on new prey.

Episode 2

Either because poor luck or sheer incompetence, those imports from Japan have kept the King of Jobbers title... yet it's also made it as valuable as ever despite making it the butt of a bad joke, so after talking with some "investors", Roger Retinz has set a high price on Ricky Bobby's head, and whoever puts him down will walk away a rich man. For his outstanding performance recently, Van Darkholme will be given the first title shot.

The first to gawk at the news are, obviously, The Plan. Colombo Spice not getting the shot is nothing short of a disgrace, but despite his outrage, Dutch van der Linde still sees the opportunity clearly; He always had a plan... he always had a vision for them, and now he has the money to accomplish it at hand. Colombo and Papillon will accompany him to the ring, and Red will make sure nobody wants to mess with them. Outside the gathering... Chris Redfield heard everything.

Chris and his Therapist tried to act as counter-support for Van, but they were unable to help.

Episode 3

When you follow Dutch's plan thoroughly, it NEVER fails. They thought they had a free path after getting past Red... but that's why he brought Papillon as contingency; lurking in the crowd... making them second-guess... making them think they'd get attacked from the back anytime! All that was left was manipulating the result, like he did simply and effectively by delaying Van's entry to the ring. With that masterclass presentation on how to think a step ahead of your opponent at all times, even Colombo is impressed, but now it's just a matter of 'when' his title shot will come. First, Colombo will have to defend his title against the guy trying to 'bump' into a brick wall, but no matter what he does, they'll hunt him down together... but, Aniki doesn't like the sound of that, and he has to step in after hearing what they said. He used to have more honor than just taking advantage of others, but to Dutch it's exactly the same thing Redfield says... thinking all old-timers are the same, when Dutch's always been a predator lying in wait! But Aniki is determined to show him the power of the people, so that's why after Ricardo gave him the idea, they went to management... and they decided to give Van a rematch with ringside help forbidden. Colombo is completely baffled, but Dutch holds him back from jumping at Aniki; that's not how they work, first they'll make a plan... and he already has the perfect target.

During the Bad to the Bone Championship match, even with the sheer pressure of The Plan's members supporting Colombo, the Red Swordsman remained undaunted, and the red-headed hero defeated another tyrant and claimed the Bad to the Bone title for himself. The referee not seeing Colombo grabbing the ropes in time also helped.

When Van and Ricky Bobby are done with their entrances and about to begin the match, a transmission hijacks the titantron and streams, and in it appears Dutch van der Linde. He says it's a crying shame they banned them from ringside, but there's plenty idiots backstage who think it's smart to molest other people's business, and he's gonna teach one of them a lesson in Ricardo; if he can survive that is, and Aniki is unfortunately taking a day off so he won't be able to come to the fun. Van runs away from the match, but Therapist, watching from the corridor, worries he won't make it and runs to the backstage, only for Colombo to block his attack and order Red to 'do it', plunging Ricardo from the elevated floor of the parking area as Therapist cries out, and then Colombo punishes the 'hero' by throwing him from the platform to a nasty fall into a searchlight.

Back at the ring, Ricky is about to win by count-out when he's illegally attacked by Elias Samson, likely a desperate attempt at the bounty, and officially retains the title once again.

Episode 4

Colombo regains what is rightfully his.

Episode 5

Redfield is decided to make Dutch pay, it doesn't matter if he needs to use all his expertise and tactical knowledge for this. Once he leaves the room and enters the pitch-black corridor it'll be over... is what Chris thinks, but Dutch manages to slip by and runs away through Coolsville into an abandoned BCW arena. Chris calls him out for being a goddamn coward, but Dutch was just following the plan... or rather, The Plan was following him. Dutch happily walks away as he leaves his three colleagues to have fun with their new durable punching bag.

Episode 6

Tonight marks the beginning of The Plan's downfall, says Billy Herrington as him, Van, and Mark Wolff appear to stop Dutch in his tracks and make the consequences of his actions catch up to him. Dutch wouldn't believe they are really this dumb until he saw it himself, they are the ones in control, always have been, and still think they can challenge them? the ones who weren't competent enough to defeat Ricky, and all they could do is bring one smalltime friend? They need to wake up, because Dutch still has the numbers advantage. Colombo thinks thinks the wolf pack is quite hungry, and Red says they'll feast on their corpse, because The Plan runs aaaalll of TFR, adds Papillon. But Aniki is not afraid, because he knows the man he thought was a leader of men is not leading anything—they are merely walking the same path, and eventually the selfishness in every one of them will consume from the inside out and break them apart, and Van will be there to watch their deep dark desires burst forth. But Wolff came to see some action, and Aniki has a proposal: all or nothing, winner takes all... the titles. The members of the plan prepare to reject such a huge risk, but Dutch steps forward and quickly accepts, believing this to be the final high-risk step to send the final opposition to the hospital with the others... and perhaps even become henchmen once they see there's no other way. Rightfully Dutch affirms that all they could muster is this one guy, no one in the locker room will support them, they still have the numbers disadvantage, nothing but mindgames. But they had one final trick... a final golden boy, and it's that self-reassurance which brought The Plan their downfall in the end.

Episode 9

The Plan crawls out of their hiding hole to participate in the MITB rumble, but no luck.

Episode 10

Plan members keep getting bullied.

Match History[edit | edit source]

Date Type Vs Result Records Singles Details

History - TFR[edit | edit source]

Date Type Vs Result Records Singles Details
OS8E44
NON-CANON
5-way
Extreme Rules
Ryan Rave, Debt Ratio, Colombo Spice, Topik Theory, Slipshaw McGraw Lose Stage: NXT
OS8E50
Ladder Potemkin, Wayne, Richter, Kuruto Ryuki, Colombo Spice Win
W1 L0 1
0 0 P
For Title: Million Dollar #1 Contender
OS8E51
V Lose
W1 L1 0
0 0 P
W0 L1 -1
0 0 P
For Title: Million Dollar

Note: Count-out

Royal Rumble
OS8E51§ROYAL RUMBLE
Full List
NC
W1 L1 0
0 0 P
For Title: TFR #2 Contender
OS8E51.1
NON-CANON Stacked McSlacks Win 「2K23 GM MODE」
Note: ★
NON-CANON
Royal Rumble
OS8E51.1§#TFR×G1 RUMBLE
Full List
Lose
OS8E51.3
NON-CANON Stacked McSlacks Win 「2K23 GM MODE」
Note: ★★★
OS8E52
Royal Rumble
OS8E52§ROYAL RUMBLE
Full List
Lose
W1 L2 -1
0 0 P
For Title: TFR #1 Contender
OS8E55
War Ring
Falls Count Anywhere
Extreme Rules
Elimination
Colombo Spice, Roger Retinz, Zeke Yeager, Sandro, Adol Christin, Phosphophyllite NC
W1 L2 -1
0 0 P
「Bad to the Bone Tournament」
→Qualifiers

Note: Crashed

Backstage Warfare
Elimination
Colombo Spice, Roger Retinz, Sandro, Adol Christin, Phosphophyllite Lose
W1 L3 -2
0 1 P
「Bad to the Bone Tournament」
→Qualifiers
OS8E56
Phoenix Wright Lose
W1 L4 -3
0 2 P
W0 L2 -2
0 1 P
『TFR Japan Tour Lost Tapes』
S7.5E1
Triple-Threat Colombo Spice, Sandro, Red Win
W2 L4 -2
1 2 P
For Title: Bad to the Bone #1 Contenders
📷Gallery
S7.5E2
Champion Vorgin Win
W3 L4 -1
2 2 P
W1 L2 -1
1 1 P
For Title: Bad to the Bone

Note: Vorgin did a frying kick at the start. Papillon for some reason attacked Vorgin.

S7.5E3
Sam Stone Win
W4 L4 0
3 2 P
W2 L2 0
2 1 P
「Berserker Brawl」
→Pool F
No-DQ
Supporting Dutch van der Linde
「Berserker Brawl」
S7.5E5
Hisoka Win
W5 L4 1
3 2 P
W3 L2 1
2 1 P
「Berserker Brawl」
→Round 1Support: Dutch van der Linde, Red, Papillon

Note: Count-out

S7.5E7
Falls Count Anywhere Ryan Rave Win
W6 L4 2
4 2 P
W4 L2 2
3 1 P
Iconic Match
Berserker Brawl FINAL: Battle Scars From NXT
「Berserker Brawl」
→Round 3
OS9E2
Adol Christin Lose
W6 L5 1
4 2 P
W4 L3 1
3 1 P
Support: Dutch van der Linde, Red, Papillon

For Title: Bad to the Bone

DQ: For his managers' interference, Colombo was disqualified (no title exchanged)

OS9E3
Falls Count Anywhere
No-DQ
Win
W7 L5 2
5 2 P
W5 L3 2
4 1 P
Iconic Match
Bad to the BUMP
Support: Dutch van der Linde, Red, Papillon

For Title: Bad to the Bone

Note: Rematch

OS9E4
NON-CANON SuperKicker Lose Rokkenjimania V』– WrestleDream Arc
Stage: AEW

Note: Count-out

NON-CANON
Tag-Team
The Lone Wolf & VECTOR

Ghost & Captain Soap

Win Rokkenjimania V』– Vengeance Arc
Stage: AEW
OS9E6
Tag-Team
Supporting Red & Papillon
Iconic Match
Year of the Clown Plan
For Title: TFR Tag-Team
TLC Spazz Maticus, Aniki, Colombo Spice, Sam Stone, Sareth Lose
W7 L6 1
5 2 P
For Title: Literal Jobber #1 Contender
S8E1
Royal Rumble
S8E1§ROYAL RUMBLE
Full List
Lose
W7 L7 0
5 2 P
For Title: world title #2 Contender
S8E2
Supporting Ricky Bobby
S8E3
Adol Christin Lose
W7 L8 -1
5 3 P
W5 L4 1
4 2 P
Referee: Refxtra

For Title: Bad to the Bone

Support: (The Plan) Dutch van der Linde, Red, Papillon

Note: Colombo grabbed the ropes, but Refxtra ignored it

S8E4
Win
W8 L8 0
6 3 P
W6 L4 2
5 2 P
Iconic Match
Bad to the Bone Championship: The Re-Bump of Prophecy
For Title: Bad to the Bone

Support: (The Plan) Dutch van der Linde, Red, Papillon

S8E5
Extreme Rules
Handicap
Chris Redfield
The Plan
Win
W9 L8 1
7 3 P
Stage: Abandoned BCW Arena
S8E6
Tag-Team
Elimination
KO
Winner Takes All
The Plan

The Gym

Lose
W9 L9 0
7 3 P
Iconic Match
Winner Takes All: The Plan vs. The Heart
For Title: TFR Tag-Team, Bad to the Bone

Note: KO

Note: Van Darkholme becomes Bad to the Bone champion due to KOing Colombo

S8E9
Royal Rumble
S8E9§#TOUGH ENOUGH RUMBLE
Full List
Lose
W9 L10 -1
7 3 P
For: MITB
S8E10
Tables
Elimination
Sam Stone, Colombo Spice, Donte, George Jackman Lose
W9 L11 -2
7 3 P
Note: Colombo was out in 10sec flat.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

📷Gallery

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Might be related to Resident Evil legend Billy Coen.