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A character from the X-COM series.

His first appearance was as a non-wrestler in the Off-Seasons 1, 2 and 3, then in Tomodachi Island, and later as a wrestler.

Snake Love[edit | edit source]

"UHH, ALL THE ALIENS OR "AYYS" AS I LIKE TO CALL THEM..." ― Bradford, giving a speech.

A member of the USA Military Intelligence, he would be positioned as Executive Officer in the X-COM Project in case it ever needed to become active.

TFR/Off-Season 1[edit | edit source]

In the timelines where Team TFR lost, Bradford commandeered The Final Resistance against The Bogs and it's alien forces, in this case concluding in their successful elimination.

TFR/Season 3: Tomodachi Life[edit | edit source]

Revealed he secretly wishes for a snek to coil around him and cum in it's cloaca, and probably has a massive(300+) collection of snek doujins (and Waluigi has some too). He had a fight with Ja/ck/ after he got salmo from the dead snake he gave him to masturbate with, but made up. Later became friends with Claire after being introduced by Travis. Also Majima helped him and Alice become friends(Probably to talk Alice into presenting him with on of her friend snake demons).

TFR/Off-Season 3[edit | edit source]

The X-COM Project, despite barely beginning and with no alien invasion at the moment, picked up alien activity on TFR's ring (Chosen Hunter was always edited out of the broadcast by placing ads on top of him), however most soldiers weren't qualified enough to be wrestlers and the project hadn't enough funds to hire actual wrestlers, so it was up to Commander John 'Central' Bradford to get to the end of this and destroy the ayys.

Locating the alien threat, he manages to neutralize his NEET Cave. However, after the match, Central decided to have some fun and said he was bringing out his "snake" right in front of the cameras. And it was an actual snake, but then he tried to fuck it and the feed was cut.

TFR/Season 5[edit | edit source]

However, his fight sometime ago has left him questioning the security threat posed by The Final Rumble, and once again he returns to wrestle and keep the ring alien-free.

Episode 1

Hearing some wrestler has been seeing "entities" around, he faces him to get some answers, but he beats "the midboss of the dungeon" as he called Central.

Episode 9

Faces the inhuman Wesker trying to figure if he has any connection to aliens, but time was against him and he lost in exactly 7 minutes.

Episode 11

When Hideo reveals the nature of the conference as a Death Game, Central harshly questions Hideo on how their comrades are killing each other and they can't do anything about it.

Episode 12

Bradford is one of the operatives in the rescue team sent to the Universe 2K20. However... it was too late, far too late.

TFR/Season 6[edit | edit source]

Bradford hosting a carnival game, with 3 other familiar persons playing.

After personally witnessing the horrors that lied in the other universe, Bradford decided that something like this could never be allowed to happen again.

On the few weeks that wrestlers weren't even motivated to come to work, Bradford used his crisis management skills on figuring how to unify the locker room again. He contacts Aniki, who is still getting over Ricardo's death, and offers him to found a group that will increase the relationships between all wrestlers. They pick another 3 wrestlers, Fred Jones, Date Kaname, and Dante, as masters, and form the Order of the Locker Room.

With many meetings with the roster, eventually this club of sorts slowly started to bring back the cheerful atmosphere of the Locker Room.

There was even a TFR festival held, with Central hosting a carnival game "Shoot The Ayyys!".

Episode 1

As Grand Master of the Locker Room, Central instructs everyone to meet before the grand Royal Rumble. He reminds everyone that as competitors, they must never forget their oath to guard the peace, and then lets Aniki do a special announcement:

They are gonna give their all, so to up the competition, the winner will be appointed as 5th Master of the Locker Room. Rando wins the rumble and is appointed Master of the Locker Room.

Episode 2

As the Masters are busy, Central gives a speech about how if anyone isn't feeling well, they can report to the Masters for guidance.

Episode 3

Central announces the good status of the locker room and the upcoming MITB qualifier matches.

Episode 4[edit | edit source]

Central calls an emergency conference after backstage rioters detonate a bomb and set chaos to the arena, while incapacitating several wrestlers. He asks the masters to evacuate everyone except those ready to fight, as it's their duty as guardians of peace, they have to fight for the sake of everyone gone and everyone remaining who trusts in them. Dante sets to attack the rioters, Fred goes for Leon, Rando stays silent, and Aniki goes to regroup the lost people while also trying to find Van. Central asks Rando specially to evacuate due to his condition.

Later, he arrives when everyone is leaving to Delta's safe space when the rumbling is about to become too intense.

Episode 5[edit | edit source]

Central managing the resistance, with the Troubleshooters' Capo in the background.

12 years on the future, Central is the commander of The Final Resistance, a group of rebels who oppose both The Three Kings and BANS Army.

When tending behind the bar, Albus Bernstein arrives with some kids, who claim to be Suou Tatsuya, Komaeda Nagito, Yuki Makoto and Kadoya Tsukasa. Saying that they literally come from The Disaster mere hours ago, Central explains to them their current situation, and the raids they'll be organizing. He also gets an entrance song for Albus in his qualifying match.

Kadoya also asks Central to be let into the raids, and he accepts.

Later, Pixy tells him about the LAW Video that The Kings have been using to brainwash people into working on their factories, and show it to him...

Central
AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA
I'M GOING INSAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAANE HELP MEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE

At the end of the day, Central announces the two simultaneous raids they will be having on both a man who has aided The Kings and one of the hideouts of BANS' minions.

The former was a man who before the disaster was a mere wrestler yet he had started his dirty work back then; the creator of their currency and leader of Tazuna Industries, Tazuna Joe.

Episode 6

After the group have gone in their raid, Central announces that they have reinstated the /v/ and King of Jobbers championships since both owners of the titles have been safeguarding them. As for the Tag Team /v/ Titles, their owners have defected to BANS' side, but they'll try to get them back. Before finishing his announcement, Rean Schwarzer shows up stating that someone must be impersonating him since they played his entrance theme, and goes on to face him.

Episode 7[edit | edit source]

As Central welcomes back the team of the Tazuna Industries' raid from their unsuccessful mission, the Troubleshooters led by G-Man arrive to have a friendly sparring match between the organizations to solidify their relations. However, Pixy indicates that their agent Dimitri Blaiddyd has been captured by Ruber's disciple, Adol Christin, and offer to help the Resistance if they schedule a raid with them, to which Central agrees to help any way they can.

After Aleph training match, suddenly, a strange man arrives claiming to be working against "Zero". Noticing Phi with the Troubleshooters, he decides to join them in a whim.

Central briefs the second team on their mission; A man who has ties with BANS, he was previously Kasuga Ichiban's friend Serge, who split from them a few years after the disaster. He has gathered several minions on his fort who aid BANS Army, and must be taken down.

Episode 8

Central welcomes the returning team from their successfully accomplished mission. Ichiban and Central discuss the nature of the Reservoir of Souls, and how a soul from the Death Game had taken over Serge's body. Central wonders if Yuki could've been affected too, but Ichiban states he is alright, although Komaeda is still missing. Central also presents Ichiban with a propaganda poster from the mission's success.

The team set for Ruber's Castle on Britannia leaves, commanded by G-Man.

Episode 9

Central gathers some of his best men for a raid on completely unknown territory: They'll be raiding one of the main Factories of The Three Kings, but they've also heard rumors that BANS Army is on the move as well. He bids the warriors goodbye and tells them to tread carefully.

Episode 10[edit | edit source]

While Bradford is having a "special" moment with a snake, Kadoya Tsukasa interrupts to warn him to stay on his guard at all times and don't let the good relation with the Troubleshooters get to his head, but sadly, due to the slithering problem in his trousers, Bradford can't pay attention to a single word Kadoya says.

He goes to Leon to talk about his title match with Narushima Koga, but Leon insists that he can't drink until he brings Fred back. Overhearing the situation, Rance offers to help since Chris is said to have a "smoking hot" sister. Central tells them to be careful with the titles the both carry.

When the team from the raid returns, despite the mission's apparent failure, Ingurland survived Sminem Corp's missile strikes. More than that, the Troubleshooters also came over to hold a christmas party for their recent victories, and to cheer up for their losses. Everyone becomes of a cheerful mood.

During their party, their field reporter Mitake Miyao returns and explains his full report on the factories; They harvest the emotional energy of the workers, an energy known as "Dimes", these workers are thus extracting their very own emotional lifeforce to create Dimes, to the point they become unresponsive to nearly any stimulus but the ones from the TV. The purpose of this is an artifact researched for decades at Sminem Corp: The Cosmic Egg, an artifact that only Dimes can power. This is likely the Kings main objective and it's completion will achieve their true goal.

After explaining that, Miyao leaves on his next assignement.

However, at some point during the party, the Troubleshooters' true purpose to the Kings is revealed, as they are made to go on a mad rampage, closing down the exits and slaughtering resistance members, with the non-loyal Troubleshooters being knocked-out. When Central, Ichiban and Serge are being followed, Central urges them to rush to the exit while he takes care of their pursuer, even ordering them directly when they refuse at first. Central blocks The Headmaster's way and barely manages to escape with his life.

Episode 11

Ingurland and a handful of members from the resistance who escaped gather at Angel Mort.

Central offers his deepest gratitude to the hero who opened the doors, but Central carries a heavy burden having caused so many deaths, and steps down as leader of the resistance, with the new leader being decided when they have regrouped with as many people as possible. Ingurland offers to find the best temporary base he can.

However... Koga informs that his brother, Narushima Jakob, has joined the BANS Army.

Episode 12[edit | edit source]

Geralt and Zoomer return as well as Rance after having to carry Leon to the hospital since Chris' punches did a number on him. Koga also informs that his brother has left BANS Army and joined The Kings due to one of their recruits.

Bradford announces as his last action that he will host a tournament to determine the next leader of the resistance. Before it begins, the defecting Troubleshooters Dimitry, Aleph, Phi and Carlos join them, as well as Gold.

Narukami Yu wins the tournament and becomes the next resistance leader.

Episode 13

The Resistance makes their way to Coolsville.

Episode 14

Arriving at Coolsville Arena, Central swears to make up for his mistakes by doing anything he can.

Episode 15

Drinks Corona brought by Koga with everyone else.

Episode 16[edit | edit source]

Tyrone Ngubu, Adam Jensen and Balthios James try to exterminate Phi, Carlos and Dimitri for their betrayal, but before Dimitri can unleash his rage, Central shows up to stop him since Narukami has chosen him to face Kotomine Kirei, them for whose that rage he has been saving for so long. Central offers to take his place since he's an expendable, washed up old man. But now, now Central has another shot at redemption, and he can't fail this time. Begging him, Dimitri understand, and Central swears to take down the traitors in the name of their fallen comrades.

What follows is a legendary match where Central was at the border of death several times, but miracles by his sheer determination to avenge his fallen comrades kept him alive. He broke pins when he was so exhausted he couldn't feel a muscle, he got finishers ready to end him being taken by Black Ref. And most important of all, he kicked out of moves that should have ended him six times, one for each fallen comrade that day. Central not only beat the odds by winning 2v1, he saved his comrades and fully avenged his fallen friends that day.

Episode 17

At the end of Suou Tatsuya's struggle, Bradford's wish for the world reborn is a true chance to redeem himself by preventing the death of his comrades.

Season 0[edit | edit source]

A government official and manager of the as of yet inactive X-COM Project, he takes up wrestling as a way to be on the lookout for suspicious individuals that may threaten the world.

Episode 11

Gets attacked by Vergil for his controversial opinions on Power.

TFR/Season 7[edit | edit source]

John 'Central' Bradford enjoys training by wrestling on The Final Rumble in preparation for any Ayy threat. And searching for snakes in it's yard.

Episode 2

Central defeats an up-and-coming mercenary named Jonesy, but sees potential waiting in him and decides to train him.

Episode 4

Today's lesson, Central hired an experienced soldier to give Jonesy some insight.

Episode 5

After last week's training, Central talked to a middle-aged man and got his son to fight him since the kid just recovered from an accident and Jonesy is his hero. Central wonders if he should start doing Make-a-Wish appearances and showing children his snake...

Episode 7

Jonesy is now ready to show the results for his training, and he will have to in no other way than in a fight against his very mentor. Central won't go easy to try to defend his job from the bogdanoffs. He failed to teach him respect, however, as he was listening to his favorite mumble rap during Central's speech, and off he goes to prepare for the match by eating Tide Pods.

Jonesy is victorious and advances to participate in the next phase of Tournament qualifying.

Episode 9[edit | edit source]

Central is the commentator for The Final Rumble's side during the tournament night, alongside Power.

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

Episode 55

Participates in the Bad to the Bone Tournament.

The Extinct Light[edit | edit source]

After his display at the TFR vs. BCW "The Final Tournament", Bradford has risen to a high-ranking member of TFR staff, and brought out his ol' blue jacket.

Episode 1

For the person reading this, allow me to start with one simple question:

"TFR is in trouble". "TFR is finished". "There is no way TFR can survive this".

How many times have you heard those phrases? If I were to guess... Probably as many as I did.

They might even be right, sometimes. I do not believe we are in a good state right now. If you have taken a look at the latest batches of talent that came in... None of them seems to have "it".

Looking at our latest #1 contender to the world title, you could have an idea of what I'm talking about.

Yet, every single time, night after night, we lived through it. That "final rumble" never came. Because the show must go on, above all else. The rumble must continue. That is what I wish for.

However, my loyalty lies somewhere else. Or, to be more precise, with someone else. And that person, the one I owe it all to... Is out there.

That's why I cannot waste any more time. I need to find them. I need to repay my debts. And I need to fulfill my promise.

Because of that, you will not hear of me for quite some time.

Until we meet again,

―Pegasus.

That's what the note found on the GM Office's desk by Central and Roger Retinz said. Central believes they truly have reached the dark age of TFR, and Retinz, while not paid enough to deal with this, is tragically the right man for the situation and knows giving out just enough crumbs they can have everyone eating out of their hand once again. First of all, the now-absent world title situation that Pegasus left them in must be sorted, so while they scramble to figure out something for that... next up, main event level match!

Episode 2[edit | edit source]

Bradford question the Board of Directors about the newly appointed Head of Creative, but they consider him the best candidate and a crative genius in the making, and while Bradford sees Pegasus leaving as a heavy blow, they see it as a big opportunity and Central cedes they have to rebuild somehow. The Board's representative argues that they can't play safe when such a big risk as AEW must be destroyed, and hopes as one of their highest-ranked officials, he'll understand.

And so Central leaves... and Sandro enters.

After the announcement of The Berserker Brawl, Central worriedly goes about every detail of the tournament so things go smoothly, but... the clash between the "Supernovas"―rising stars of the business―and the "Legends"―established heroes of the ring―has him nervous wondering if things could go wrong...

'The Five-Star General' Phi and 'The Heart and Soul of TFR' Ryan Rave get along well enough, with Phi offering to teach the new face the ropes without holding back and Rave, who only has been wrestling since 2005 after all, looking forwards to it, and later, Meltzer's review of the match.

With safety guaranteed on those, it brings Bradford's memories of his training days, and how he has taken that experience and used it with Jonesy, who as his apprentice carries both his legacy and any mistakes he might commit.

'The FR Killer" Shoji Shingo and 'Justice Bringer' George Jackman... upon hearing "killer", Jackman becomes shocked and states it is his duty as the Hyper Psychometer to bring a killer to justice... and avenge the death of "FR". Shingo finds it amusing and wants to turn the match into a Chairs Death Match, which Jackman accepts, despite preferring to use a different weapon, to bring justice to both America and FR's memory.

Much like Central anticipated, it's only the second match and the medical staff will already have to get involved... what will lie ahead of the future of this tournament?

When the tournament is reaching its end for the night, it's a blessing no deaths or arrests occurred, but the last match could prove bothersome...

"Chords of Steel" Apollo Justice tries to talk to "The Iron-Clad Man" Jonesy to gain some confidence... but he's completely ignored as Jonesy was vibing on the latest lil sneedy song, shaking Apollo's decisiveness.

The mistakes of youth may yet still reverberate on the legacy of the teacher...

Episode 3[edit | edit source]

Back again at the commentator table, Central announces the Berserker Brawl continues into pools E, F, G and H. First off is a battle between old partners, "The Magician" Hisoka and "Clown of Fate" Potemkin. And more surprising (and annoying), Power returns once again to the commentator table, as such a tourney clearly needs her beauty and expertise, although the "commentator" role might not be in her contract (if she even has one). Continuing, the match after that will be big meaty men slapping meat, the "Boss of this Ring" Aniki against "The Unbreakable General" Rando. Power wants a cool nickname too, for example: "The Game, The King of Kings, The Cerebral Assassin, The Creator", which are 100% her own original idea. There's also "The Indomitus Rex, The Lord of Lords, The Terror that Rises, The Punisher of Pissants, The Destroyer...

After a break from the tournament to look into the situation of the prestigious Tag-Team Titles, the tournament resumes. "The Clayman" Wayne takes none other than "The Main Event" Sinbad. Power once against points out the low intellect of humans doing weird things like having the main event so early when it's supposed to go last, and claiming booking would work much better if she became Prime Minister of TFR. Afterwards, "American Hero" Carlos will go against "The Rat" Richter, the latter who is getting ready for his match...

"The Sadistic Thug" V continues congratulating himself for his last work against that cop, although his neck might need a couple intakes of doses, so Doc better be working twice as hard this week, and the same goes to the little shit in front of him. "The Rat" Richter rather wants to go home after his match, but V doesn't really give a shit if he should ask the boss or do whatever, and Richter calmly accepts it. Comparatively, AEW seems to have it easy and Richter wonders if he should apply for some background role, but with V telling him he should clean their toilets, Richter gets that there's no choice other than wrestling...

At last, the Berserker Brawl reaches the final pool, featuring the recent addition of "The Mixed Martial Arts Master" Kido Reiji against "Thick Skin" Manny Pardo, and then, war will break out between the "Mad King" Spazz Maticus and "The King of Kings" Lucid. Having the original nickname she came up with clearly stolen, Power finally comes up with the perfect one... "The Cagist"!

They say Kido has potential and Pardo has heard all about it, and it would be certainly something if he managed to fully realize it... but he also heard he wanders like a delinquent, getting into fights... that could put an end to his career... and even his life. And that's because, in this city... a crazed madman known as the Coolsville Cutthroat is out there. Although Reiji doesn't care, it's never known when the madman might cross your path, and Pardo is sure with fists like those he could make it big beyond his underground fighting gig. Reiji however claims if some "Coolsville Cockhead" tried anything funny he'd be down before he knew it and tells Pardo to shut the hell up, decided to hive Pardo a very real horror story in the ring instead. Pardo can't say he didn't warn him...

Episode 4

Berserker Brawl reaches the end of the qualifiers. With lots of excitement to come from this pedal-to-the-metal night, Central eagerly awaits Jonesy's match. Meanwhile, Power is taking a snooze next to him until being awoken, having clearly listened to everything he said and saying her most anticipated match is, of course, Power vs. Red! Upon learning it's not actually part of the tournament or even the card, there's no doubt in her mind why this is the dark age of wrestling (that is until the time she becomes Prime Minister of Wrestling and fixes everything). Next up is Ryan Rave against Shoji Shingo; will FR ever be avenged? His upcoming video package might clue the audience in...

Episode 6[edit | edit source]

The semifinals of Berserker Brawl begin, with one side being a clash of heart against heartlessness in Ryan Rave vs. "The Executioner" Jacket. Central's bet is on Ryan after coming out easy from his count-out win while Jacket barely pushed through after receiving a knife to the neck and being left with plenty of other scars, but as Power points out against the idiotic humans, Ryan Rave is the one with "these battle scars", which Central takes as her betting on Jacket.

Moving on, "The Lone Wolf of Infamy" Colombo Spice comes out of another controversial count-out after reaching this far thanks to the help from his partners, and once again has the numbers advantage against "The King of Kings" Lucid. Will Lucid be able to overcome the odds? Power spares no pity for the "impostor" taking the title of the one and only and original Power! While Power believes in Jacket/Colombo, Central on the other hand thinks the Lone Wolf's uneasiness about teaming up will lead to a screw up sometime, and that time might very well be now.

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". 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.

Episode 7[edit | edit source]

Central had to call Extra for a meeting, who assumed it was to congratulate his win, which Central does too since he forgot to do it before, but actually, he's surprised he doesn't know yet... HUNK's contract ended, and he's not coming back to work.

The negotiations were arduous and long-winded, but TFR simply couldn't afford it anymore, not in its current state. As the Head of Talent Relations, it was his job to explain they did everything they could. Hopefully Sandro will figure something out, but meanwhile he should hang out backstage. Rather soon, he came to regret these words as Dutch had used his influence to set the kid in a handicap match to lose the title right after he came out of his office.

And at last, the very peak of Berserker Brawl is reached, where the cream rises to the top, and it's where NXT has found it's home as Ryan Rave, the highest workrate of TFR, and his old time rival, Colombo Spice, have made it their battlefield of not only strengths but ideals. But it's not all in them, as Colombo's vastly experienced manager Dutch helped him with his flawless strategies, you could even say he was in the tournament himself still. But some would say, and Central is inclined to agree, Colombo's stratagems are nothing but cheating, but Power sees it differently; as humans are nothing but natural liars, there hasn't been anything out of the ordinary. Power proclaims that there hasn't been ONE instance of him not winning fairly, even though an opponent was counted out who had made it to the ring... alright TWO instances, although Dutch's match was clearly fixed... Power clearly meant FIVE instances from the start, so the liar now is obviously Central. While Power congratulates her "court of law", Central puts the focus backstage...

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 is greatest plan yet to take it down―No. That ain't gonna work for him, 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.

After a drawn-out tables match, the emergency of being under invasion hasn't subdued and the alarm expands to the main arena. Central tells Power to run away to a safe place (who had already done so before he even uttered the first word), and makes up his mind as the "one" who has to step up to defend the talent as "this" is the priority.

He rushes out of the commentator table and into the backstage, calling whoever is making this "fuss" to come out as "we" aren't going down without a fight. Before he can even move, from behind him comes Balrog, telling him to get those "checks" ready, if the company can even afford it when he's done. Central puts his life forwards to defend the people of the company.

What a waste.

While having a fun time with his new punching bag, Balrog brutally beats up Central as his screams reverberate through the entire arena and are picked up by every microphone still running. Meanwhile, Sam seriously should have gotten paid more as he couldn't do anything to stop Saten going all out. In a moment, Saten is ready to announce "Evil" has begun moving... and TFR has fallen.

My salutations to "those" watching all around the world!

You may one day be able to say you were fortunate enough to witness a "historical" moment live.

Because with one swift "move"... We have once again exposed how "fragile" TFR really is.

We have seized complete "control", and blown past all of their "security" effortlessly.

Although you could also argue that such a "thing" was only possible due to our "unfathomable" power.

But still... Consider this a "warning". "We" are not stopping here.

The "future"... Is ours for the taking.

Farewell... And fear "us".

After all that, he had to be rushed to the hospital.

TFR/Season 8[edit | edit source]

Bradford still remains in the hospital, unable to fully attend to his duties.

Episode

His position as Head of Talent Relations was given by the Board of Directors to Kyle Hyde.

Feats[edit | edit source]

  • Fucking a living snake, something you can only find it on the deepest reaches of /b/ on a saturday night.
  • Surviving his forehead being mashed into ground beef while fighting Tyrone, claiming 2 KO's to secure the win while being the last one standing on his team.

Match History[edit | edit source]

Date Type Vs Result Records Singles Details
S2E11.5
NON-CANON Titan Zeke Lose Game: Fire Pro Wrestling World
OS3E4
Chosen Hunter Win
W1 L0 1
1 0 P
Note: After the match, he grabbed a live snake and fucked it on the ring live on camera. Luckily the staff cut the transmission soon enough after his intentions were clear.
S4E7.5
NON-CANON
Royal Rumble
9
Entry Order
  1. Central
  2. Edward Richtofen (Ultimis)
  3. Arthur Morgan
  4. Vergil
  5. Chosen Hunter
  6. Rando
  7. Doctor Piccolo
  8. Fargoth

[...]

NC Game: WWE 2K19

Note: Crashed, restarted next match with different orders.

Note: He didn't appear on the next match.

S4E9.5
Full List NC 『Christmas Special』
Game: WWE 2K19

Note: Bigfoot's hit crashed the game.

S5E1
Ichiban Kasuga Lose
W1 L1 0
1 1 P
W1 L1 0
1 1 P
S5E7
30-Man Royal Rumble
30
  1. Fred Jones
  2. Tom Brady
  3. CJ
  4. Rance
  5. Hisoka
  6. /v/ Rage Guy
  7. Marco Rossi
  8. The Protomen
  9. Demaro
  10. Kazuhira Miller
  11. Shingo Shoji
  12. Pixy
  13. Fargoth
  14. Extra
  15. Serge
  16. Nagito Komaeda
  17. Archer
  18. Zoomer
  19. Edward Richtofen (Ultimis)
  20. Elite Crew
  21. Zeke Yeager
  22. Tatsuya Suou
  23. Rando
  24. The Janitor
  25. Tsukasa Kadoya
  26. Travis Touchdown
  27. John Bradford
  28. Ichiban Kasuga
  29. Joshua Graham
  30. Chosen Hunter
Lose
W1 L2 -1
1 1 P
Elimination â„–23
S5E9
Falls Count Anywhere Albert Wesker Lose
W1 L3 -2
1 2 P
W1 L2 -1
1 2 P
Note: Match ended 7 minutes after Wesker's entrance.
S5E12
38-Man Royal Rumble
30
  1. Sakakura Juzo
  2. Geralt of Rivia
  3. Zoomer
  4. Balthios James
  5. Shoji Shingo
  6. Aniki
  7. Van Darkholme
  8. Joshua Graham
  9. Door-kun
  10. Osama bin Laden
  11. Kazuhira Miller
  12. Tazuna Joe
  13. The Protomen
  14. The Chosen Hunter
  15. Rean Schwarzer
  16. Rance
  17. Kadoya Tsukasa
  18. Pixy
  19. John Bradford
  20. Alucard
  21. King
  22. Suou Tatsuya
  23. Boomer
20
  1. The Chosen Hunter
  2. Rean Schwarzer
  3. Pixy
  4. Suou Tatsuya
  5. Boomer
  6. Kuzunoha Raidou the XIV
  7. Kasuga Ichiban
  8. Fred Jones
  9. Arthur Morgan
  10. Gene
  11. Marco Rossi
  12. Rando
  13. Serge
  14. Robert
  15. Hisoka
  16. /v/ Rage Guy
  17. Demaro
  18. Demi-fiend
  19. Komaeda Nagito
  20. Mario


Lose
W1 L4 -3
1 2 P
Elimination â„–15

Note: The game crashed, but Central was not included in the reboot due to already being eliminated.

S6E1
30-Man Royal Rumble
30
  1. Van Darkholme
  2. Leon Kennedy
  3. Kuzunoha Raidou the XIV
  4. Alucard
  5. Maebara Keiichi
  6. Kazuhira Miller
  7. Yuki Makoto
  8. John Bradford
  9. The Janitor
  10. Tazuna Joe
  11. Kasuga Ichiban
  12. Aniki
  13. Demi-fiend
  14. Geralt of Rivia
  15. Pixy
  16. Narukami Yu
  17. Rando
  18. Fred Jones
  19. Albert Wesker
  20. Edward Richtofen (Ultimis)
  21. TheRapist
  22. Big Smoke
  23. The Necrodancer
  24. Rean Schwarzer
  25. Date Kaname
  26. Komaeda Nagito
  27. Zoomer
  28. Arthas
  29. Raiden (MG)
  30. Joshua Graham
Lose
W1 L5 -4
1 2 P
For Position: 5th Master of the Chivalric Order of the Locker Room.
S6E10
The Headmaster Win
W2 L5 -3
2 2 P
W2 L2 0
2 2 P
S6E10.5
NON-CANON
30-Man Royal Rumble
30
  1. Tazuna Joe
  2. Albus Bernstein
  3. Robert
  4. Dimitri Blaiddyd
  5. Adol Christin
  6. Ruber
  7. Headmaster
  8. Rean Schwarzer
  9. Sakakura Juzo
  10. Gold
  11. Mitake Miyao
  12. Arthas Menethil
  13. Ushiromiya Battler
  14. G-Man
  15. Second Carlos
  16. Haze
  17. Kasuga Ichiban
  18. Fred Jones
  19. Ooishi Kuraudo
  20. Travis Touchdown
  21. John Bradford
  22. Kadoya Tsukasa
  23. Kotomine Kirei
  24. Dr. Piccolo
  25. Rance
  26. Emir
  27. Okabe Rintarou
  28. Demi-fiend
  29. Date Kaname
  30. Albert Wesker
Lose For Title: King of Noncanon
S6E14.5
NON-CANON
Ladder Match
Kasuga Ichiban, Bevi, Raiden, Central, Dr. Piccolo, Lucifer, G-Man, Agent 50 Lose For: Noncanon in the Bank
S6E15
Elimination Chamber The Necrodancer, Robert, Adam Jensen, Emir, Central, Gold Lose
W2 L6 -4
3 3 P
S6E15.5
NON-CANON
Royal Rumble
Full List Lose 『Rokkenjimania II』
S6E16
Elimination
Tag-Team
Adam Jensen & Balthios James & Tyrone Ngubu

Central & Second Carlos & Phi

Win
W3 L6 -3
5 3 P
S6EX2
NON-CANON Solid Snake Lose
OS6E6
NON-CANON
Royal Rumble
30
  1. Narushima Jakob
  2. Johnny Gat
  3. Suou Tatsuya
  4. Gene
  5. Geralt of Rivia
  6. Rando
  7. Kido Reiji
  8. Komaeda Nagito
  9. Jacket
  10. Adam Jensen
  11. Dutch van der Linde
  12. Kasuga Ichiban
  13. Gold
  14. Harrier Du Bois
  15. John Bradford
  16. Coyote
  17. Head Doctor
  18. Ooishi Kuraudo
  19. Maebara Keiichi
  20. Haze Stratos
  21. Narukami Yu
  22. Kuzunoha Raidou
  23. Narushima Koga
  24. Aniki
  25. Mario
  26. Chris Redfield
  27. Rance
  28. The Headmaster
  29. Aleph
  30. Extra
Lose For Title: King of Uncanon #1 Contender

Elimination #12

S7E1
Battle Royal Big Smoke, Arthur Morgan, Bane, Albert Wesker, Geralt of Rivia, Jack Baker, Ruber, Central Lose
W3 L7 -4
5 3 P
For Title: King of Jobbers #1 Contender
S7E2
Jonesy Win
W4 L7 -3
6 3 P
W3 L2 1
3 2 P
30-Man Royal Rumble
"30"
  1. Kyle Hyde
  2. Agent 47
  3. Aniki
  4. Bane
  5. Adam Jensen
  6. Gold
  7. Arthur Morgan
  8. V
  9. Ushiromiya Battler
  10. Max Payne
  11. Majima Goro
  12. Junpei
  13. Fred Jones
  14. Chad
  15. Albert Wesker
  16. Tazuna Joe
  17. Brendan Fraser
  18. Dutch van der Linde
  19. Yuki Makoto
  20. Hijiri Jyoji
  21. Big Smoke
N.C. For Title: /v/ #1 Contender

Note: Rumble crashed Ă—3

20-Man Royal Rumble
"20"
  1. Ushiromiya Battler
  2. Dutch van der Linde
  3. Yuki Makoto
  4. Fred Jones
  5. Chad
  6. Big Smoke
  7. The Joker
  8. Ruber
  9. Joshua Graham
  10. Mario
  11. Rean Schwarzer
  12. Jonesy
  13. Central
  14. Geralt of Rivia
  15. Chris Redfield
N.C.
10-Man Royal Rumble
"10"
  1. Chad
  2. Central
  3. Big Smoke
  4. Jonesy
  5. Geralt of Rivia
N.C.
Battle Royal Central, Jonesy, Geralt of Rivia, Chris Redfield, Akasaka Mamoru, Saihara Shuichi, Bolo Reynolds, Phoenix Wright Lose
W4 L8 -4
6 3 P
For Title: /v/ #1 Contender

Elimination â„–: 3

S7E6
Royal Rumble
30
  1. Bevi
  2. Mastema
  3. Boomer
  4. Van Darkholme
  5. Fred Jones
  6. Tazuna Joe
  7. Geralt of Rivia
  8. Bolo Reynolds
  9. Dutch van der Linde
  10. JC Denton
  11. The Janitor
  12. Andrew Dobson
  13. Komaeda Nagito
  14. Shrek
  15. V
  16. Ushiromiya Battler
  17. Chad
  18. Ilya Kuvshinov
  19. Russell Adler
  20. John Bradford
  21. Kong Wenge
  22. Senator Armstrong
Crash For Position: TFR General Manager
20
  1. Chad
  2. V
  3. Nakamura Shinsuke
  4. Ilya Kuvshinov
  5. Russell Adler
  6. John Bradford
  7. Kong Wenge
  8. Senator Armstrong
  9. Brendan Fraser
  10. Chris Redfield
  11. Agent 47
  12. Kotomine Kirei
  13. Robert
  14. Spazz Maticus
  15. Ushiromiya Kinzo
  16. Third Carlos
  17. Akasaka Mamoru
  18. Dr. Piccolo
  19. Maximillion Pegasus
  20. Rean Schwarzer
Lose
W4 L9 -5
6 3 P
For Position: TFR General Manager

Elimination #7

S7E7
Jonesy Lose
W4 L10 -6
6 4 P
W3 L3 0
3 3 P
「Tournament Qualifiers」
→Qualifiers Phase 1
S7E8
Battle Royal Max Payne, Central, Joshua Graham, Chris Redfield, Sam Stone, Jayden, Tazuna Joe, Ilya Kuvshinov Lose
W4 L11 -7
6 4 P
「Tournament Qualifiers」
→Qualifiers Phase 2
OS7E22
NON-CANON
Royal Rumble
Full List Lose
S0E1
Royal Rumble Full List Lose
W4 L12 -8
6 4 P
For Title: TFR
S0E4
Full List Lose
W4 L13 -9
6 4 P
For Title: TFR #1 Contender

Note: The rumble crashed and was restarted.

S0E8
No-Ring-Out
KO-only
8-Man
Stork, Zagreus, Robert, Simon Blackquill, Raiden, Narihisago Akihito, Komaeda Nagito, Central Lose
W4 L14 -10
6 4 P
For Title: King of Jobbers #1 Contender Note: Narihisago got raped by Central in a corner as the rest of the wrestlers saw in fear.
đź“·Gallery
S0E9
Royal Rumble
  1. Joshua Graham
  2. Dutch van der Linde
  3. Dante
  4. Mastema
  5. HUNK
  6. Heisenberg
  7. Geralt of Rivia
  8. Hijiri Jyoji
  9. Komaeda Nagito
  10. Central
Lose
W4 L15 -11
6 4 P
For Title: TFR #3 Contender
S0E11
Vergil Lose
W4 L16 -12
6 5 P
W3 L4 -1
3 4 P
Note: Vergil attacked Central from behind 2 seconds into his entrance.
S0E12
Tornado-Tag The Console Wars

X-COM

Win
W5 L16 -11
7 5 P
For Title: /v/ Tag-Team #1 Contender
S0E14
Tag-Team X-COM

Champions The Butterflies

Win
W6 L16 -10
8 5 P
For Title: /v/ Tag-Team
OS8E2
NON-CANON
Royal Rumble
Full List Lose 『Rokkenjimania III』– Past Rumble Arc
Game: WWE 2K19

Note: Season 6 save.

OS8E15
Royal Rumble Full List Lose
W6 L17 -11
8 5 P
『April Fools』
Game: WWE 2k22

For Title: /v/ World #1 Contender

OS8E19
NON-CANON
Royal Rumble
Full List Lose Note: Ă—2 speed match
OS8E22
Extreme Rules
Hell in a Cell
6-way
Francis York Morgan, Bevi, Third Carlos, Date Kaname, Hassan, Central Lose
W6 L18 -12
8 5 P
For Title: Literal Jobber #1 Contender
OS8E24
Royal Rumble Full List Lose
W6 L19 -13
8 5 P
For Title: /v/ World #1 Contender
OS8E27
Full List Lose
W6 L20 -14
8 5 P
For Title: /v/ World #1 Contender (winner) & Literal Jobber #2 Contender (runner-up)
OS8E34
NON-CANON
Royal Rumble
NC 『Great Balls of Fire』
Royal Rumble Full List Lose
W6 L21 -15
8 5 P
『Great Balls of Fire』
For Title: TFR #1 Contender
đź“·Gallery
OS8E37
OS8E37§ROYAL RUMBLE
→Full List
Lose
W6 L22 -16
8 5 P
For Title: TFR #2 Contender
OS8E44
NON-CANON
Royal Rumble
OS8E44§ROYAL RUMBLE
→Full List
Lose
OS8E49
NON-CANON
Fatal-4-Way
Extreme Rules
Phoenix Wright, Raiden, Central, Zeke Yeager Win Game: WWE 2K23

Referee: Saihara Shuichi

NON-CANON
Extreme Rules
Yuki Makoto Win Referee: Saihara Shuichi
NON-CANON
Suporting Maximillion Pegasus
OS8E52
HUNK Lose
OS8E55
Scaffold Vorgin, Mario, Central, Regigigas, Zagreus, Stork, Adam Blade, Ryuki Kuruto Lose
W6 L23 -17
8 5 P
Iconic Match
QUALIFIER OF EIGHT: Scaffold Match
「Bad to the Bone Tournament」
→Qualifiers
OS8E56
Royal Rumble
OS8E56§#TFR Japan Tour Lost Match #8
→Full List
Lose
W6 L24 -18
8 5 P
『TFR Japan Tour Lost Tapes』
S8E3.1
NON-CANON
Royal Rumble
Kiryu Kazuma(S0), Central(OS1), Ushiromiya Battler(S3), Phoenix Wright(S7), Agent 47(S5), Chris Redfield(S1), Suou Tatsuya(S6), Dante(S2), Extra(S4), God's Son(OS7) Lose 『TFR's 5th Anniversary』
Game: WWE 2K19