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A character from Tekken.

Anger of Beast[edit | edit source]

An orphan who ended in the care of the "beast priest" King I. He worked hard with King until, one day, news broke of his death. This man donned the mask of King and imitated his style to keep the orphanage running, but unfortunately, he had only seen King's wrestling moves as a child, and lost every competition he entered. Armor King I, an old friend of King's felt obligated to train the young man and to help him take revenge. For four years, the two of them trained, and the new King learned quickly, maturing into a forceful wrestler with extreme power, becoming the continuation of the legacy as King the Second. The now twenty-eight-year-old wrestler was a worthy heir to his successor. Feeling the time was right, Armor King tearfully recounted how King had died at the hands of Ogre.

Disaster struck for King again when the man he considered both his mentor and foster father was taken from him. Armor King had interceded in a bar brawl in Arizona, but in the process was killed by the assailant, Craig Marduk. The attack was ruled as manslaughter and Marduk was sentenced to ten years in a penitentiary. King swore revenge against him. Using the money he'd saved from winning tournaments, King bribed judiciaries to release Marduk from prison eight years early. King and Marduk clashed in the tournament with King emerging victorious. Marduk was left hospitalized. King entered his hospital room, intending to kill Marduk. He had a change of heart however. He decided his search for vengeance was foolish, and walked away. Marduk was enraged by his loss to King. Marduk entered a Vale Tudo tournament wearing a replica of Armor King's black jaguar mask and beat all the competition bloody. He then turned to the camera and taunted King, telling him he would be next. Enraged by the disgrace to his mentor's name, King accepted the challenge.

Marduk and King fought one another, and Marduk was again beaten. This time, however, the two exchanged a handshake of respect after the match. As Marduk was returning to the tournament waiting room, the lights went out and he was suddenly attacked. As the lights came back on, he was able to catch a glimpse of his attacker. It appeared to be the man he had killed, Armor King. King and Marduk entered the sixth King of Iron Fist Tournament together, hoping to lure Marduk's attacker out into the open and learn his identity. King discovered a mysterious photograph showing two 'Armor Kings' side by side. Later, King traveled to a graveyard where Marduk was digging up Armor King's grave to check he was really dead. There, the two were confronted by Marduk's attacker who explained that Armor King was two people, not one, and that the man Marduk had killed was in fact his older brother. Armor King II tells Marduk he can never forgive him for killing his brother.

In G1 Nonstop Infinite Climax[edit | edit source]

G1/Season 1[edit | edit source]

Episode 19

Eventually, King becomes the winner of the G1 Nonstop Infinite Climax Tournament 2020 by absolute and thoroughly destroying non-wrestler Sol Badguy in the finals.

G1/Season 2[edit | edit source]

Episode 35: Inoki Birthday Stream

During King's speech about contemplating taking his wrestling for a tour to Amakusa Elite Wrestling, Arisato Minato attacks him with a guitar for trying to infringe upon his territory.

In The Final Rumble[edit | edit source]

TFR/Season 5[edit | edit source]

An enigmatic masked luchador who joins TFR following a friend. May like bloons.

Episode 5

Enters the fray with Raiden as his tag partner.

Episode 9

Invades Tazuna Joe's match against his friend Godzilla to beat the shit out of him and leave.

Then the Blunder Kings face The Plan and lose.

Episode 11

Beats the shit out of Joe in a proper match this time.

Episode 12

Participates in the royal rumble, where he btfos Joe once again.

TFR/Season 6[edit | edit source]

Eventually disappears along with his scaly friend.

Episode 6

12 years in the future, works for Tazuna Industries and defends the place as security.

During The Final Resistance's invasion, defends the place along with Godzilla but is defeated and vanishes.

Match History[edit | edit source]

Date Type Vs Result Records Singles Details

History - TFR[edit | edit source]

Date Type Vs Result Records Singles Details
The Coomer Gang, The Blunder Kings, The Daily Dose Lose
W0 L1 -1
0 1 P
Tag-Team Men With a Plan

The Blunder Kings

W0 L2 -2
0 1 P
Ironman 15'
Tazuna Joe (2-5) Win
W1 L2 -1
0 1 P
W1 L0 1
0 0 P
38-Man Royal Rumble
  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
  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

W1 L3 -2
0 1 P
Elimination №: 19

Note: Crashed the game after his elimination.

Tag-Team Suou Tatsuya (team)

The Animals

W1 L4 -3
0 2 P
Stage: Tazuna Industries