Kyle Hyde

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"I've got myself a paperclip." ― He's got himself a paperclip.

A dude who has a strange interest in office accessories.

Policeman's Dusk[edit | edit source]

Kyle Hyde was a former Policeman investigating a criminal organization known as "Nile" with his partner Brian Bradley. Eventually Kyle discovers Brian is going to betray the police for the organization and shoots him. Afterwards he leaves the Police Force and becomes a salesman for a company called "Red Crown", meanwhile Kyle searches for Bradley as he is sure he survived their encounter.

TFR/Season 3[edit | edit source]

In the past he was ordered to take a package to TFR, meanwhile, Kyle has reasons to believe one of the wrestler could have information about Bradley's whereabouts and decides into a rush to pose as wrestler to extract the info in the ring.

Episode 3

As he failed, he is next ordered to deliver another package to some hotel...

TFR/Season 4[edit | edit source]

Having failed so many years ago, he never gave up his search for the truth.

Episode 3

Now almost 15 years later, he sees the opportunity to join a team of mystery investigators that will maybe help him reach the truth about that fateful day, and taking his chances, he proves his worth and wins.

Episode 8

Wright says he wants to arrange more matches for the Mystery Masters, yet puts Kyle in an unfair 1v2 where he gets almost beat the life out of. Why is Wright doing this...?

Episode 9

He also appoints him to a match with Miles Edgeworth. Could Wright really have betrayed the Mystery Masters?

Episode 11[edit | edit source]

The TCR reunion, plus Kyle Hyde and Ingurland, before TFR S5 began.

When Wright confesses that he did it all for the sake of Sminem's plan to get closer to Kojima, and that while he can't be redeemed, he appoints a Triple Threat of Kyle, Saihara, Nero, Adachi, Edgeworth, and Himself.

However, a shot still has to be put on, and Phoenix took his chance to win, lamenting the title wasn't left out of his hands.

TFR/Season 5[edit | edit source]

He was called for an important wrestling conference regarding the recent events with Kojima, but instead ended up trapped in La Parka II's DEATH GAME. However, not giving up, Kyle has taken it into his own hands to discover the secrets of this twisted torture and escape with his friends, before it's too late.

Episode 1

All candidates were subjected to a surprise vote, where he received 2 votes. The vote concluded with HUNK being instantly sentenced to the wild ride via Majority Vote.

Episode 2[edit | edit source]

Tohya tries to talk to the mystery masters to split up an investigate, but he is interrupted by La Parka, and the chaos of his words gives doubt to his heart.

Kyle decides to look for clues in...

He finds Drake Bell there, who can hardly speak after Brendan Fraser's death. He didn't have the strength to sign into the matches. Kyle tries to motivate him, but Drake just tells him his story of living in debt and trying to get his bro out of it once he finally climbs out. But it was all for naught as he ended in just another nightmare. Kyle apologizes and leaves.

Non-Canon
Corridor Option (NON-CANON)

While walking the corridors, he finds Majima, who found a curious piece of paper after signing up the last.

The paper contains "IE-SPOT".

Saihara and Kyle have to face off 3 other teams, but they are unsuccessful.

Kyle receives 1 votes in the Sacrifice Vote. Via Minority Vote, Kyle Hyde is chosen. Kyle defeats Gippo Dudee and stays in the death game, narrowly avoiding death.

Episode 4

Everyone is called to the main room to once again face the skeleton in the screen. Today he informs the theme is "friendship".

Saihara notices an old man in a wheelchair, but everyone discards it being the mastermind since he's deaf and blind.

Saihara consults with the other mystery masters, but neither have found anything. They conclude that any clue left behind will be intentional, and before they go to the ring to fight each other, Tohya makes them promise to not die. Saihara assures he will not lose this game.

All the Mystery Masters are put one against another. Wright wins, and gets the Immunity.

Gets to play a special card game game before the vote, and draws the Nothing card.

Saihara is placed in the Main Vote, receiving 7 votes. A tie-breaker is held. Via Minority Vote, Doomguy, Undercarder, and Reviewbrah are sentenced to the wild ride.

Episode 6[edit | edit source]

La Parka explains the concept of dolls, and how they will be facing them.

Kyle investigates an a computer tells him to press a button in the conference room. There, he finds Tohya who promptly leaves, and then presses the button after considering for a while. La Parka tells him that he's in a poll now, too bad.

Saihara finds Wright muttering to himself, and both conclude that the situation is hopeless unless something happens, but something is weird with the "guest" wrestlers.

Saihara is placed in the Main Vote, receiving 3 votes. Via Majority Vote, Samoa Joe, Hachijo Tohya, James Sunderland, Patrick Bateman, and Walter are sentenced to the wild ride.

Episode 8

La Parka congratulates them for getting rid of all 5 of the hidden dolls between the participants, but doesn't disclose who they were. When Postal Dude's doll shows up, they remember that they had all signed his petition before the conference began, and La Parka reveals that it was indeed that how they unknowingly agreed to participate in the death game.

Saihara and Kyle have to defeat Char Aznable and Amuro Ray. They win and get Immunity.

The Mystery Masters mourn the death of Tohya, since they were not able to keep his promise. Saihara can't accept death no matter how many of these games he goes thorough, and promises that even beyond the grave, this game will end. Then, Edgeworth walks in and reminds everyone not to give up investigating, and goes his way to keep his investigation going.

By interrogating Mr. X, Edgeworth finds out that Tommy Wiseau is actually Edward Richtofen, and Mr. X uses the stone to "shut down" the game.

Episode 10

They are safe from the executions.

Episode 12[edit | edit source]

Reaches the final twilight and gets to participate in the last challenge, The Final Trial.

The second question by La Parka: Who were they? (The dolls mixed between the participants)

Before the discussion can start, Mr. America blasts off about Samoa Joe. Hyde actually agrees, because, in this game, he had both of his arms. As Saihara points out, the real Joe had a bionic arm installed. Edgeworth then points out that the next most likely clones are those coming from the other company, James Sunderland and Patrick Bateman, for the fact that they showing up at all is suspicious and they don't have enough time to consider everyone. Drake then remembers something, seeing a child carrying someone in the room with all the corpses, and Majima adds that the kid was Alice, and the one she was carrying was Walter. Before Saihara can discuss the final doll, time is up and La Parka announces that that tony guy, Bane and Kyle are up to answer. Bane and Tony get the last person wrong and have to fight, but Kyle had thought of taking a risk and then an idea comes to mind: the person who was in the room with the button must have been a traitor, meaning Hachijo Tohya was a doll. La Parka announces the correct answer, but Kyle asks where the real versions of the dolls are, and La Parka decides to answer this once: wherever.

After BANS' victory, Kyle is made to participate in The Final Rumble, he's the fourht death, eliminated by Mr. America.

Kyle Hyde has expired.

This character died in the Death Game

TFR/Season 6[edit | edit source]

Likely one of the souls in the Reservoir of Souls.

TFR/Season 0[edit | edit source]

A hardened detective who left the police force after having to shoot his best friend, and joined a wrestling company.

Episode 3

Debuts against another, more important debut, but beats him.

Episode 7

While walking backstage, Kyle finds a body, a lifeless body laying on the floor, a man's corpse. The man, was none other than TFR's CEO Sminem. He contacts Phoenix Wright, to inform of the tragedy...

Episode 8

Kyle Hyde met him backstage after finding the body and calling the last dialed number without knowing who else to inform it to. Wright couldn't believe it at first, but Kyle thinks it really puts into perspective how fragile life is.

Kyle notices his "penchant" for wrestling and hopes he can honor him by putting great matches in his honor, and Wright swears to finish the job he started on the investigation.

Episode 9

Kyle contacts Wright, commenting that Coolsville is taking a dark turn and the police are on the move everywhere. Wright tells him that stuff has been going in TFR too, and Kyle has a lead he needs to confirm about TFR's behind-the-scenes operations, ending the call with both agreeing to keep looking on their end.

Episode 10

The Eden of Coolsville suddenly catches on fire, and many people gather around it amidst the chaos of rushing policemen and escaping staff. Kyle Hyde is in front of Chuck's while on the phone with his boss about the possible perpetrator, and laments he won't be able to help Wright without the info once the call ends. Officer Suou tries to control the situation and wonders where Ooishi could have gone and why he hasn't alerted the firefighters, while Extra considers letting his dream burn out before Walter cheers him up and Date cries in despair at the burning material. Chris Redfield arrives and pissed off by the fire, doesn't sit idly and breaks into the burning hellscape.

Seeing Chris, Kyle got emboldened to also enter, quickly regretting it but pushing on nonetheless. Finding nothing on Chuck's office, he finds a very well hidden secret door and crosses an additional total of 6 doors before reaching what he was looking for.

Episode 12

Wright and Saihara enter the GM Office, surprising Vitalik who says that for disrupting the GM's work he could put them back on the streets that Wright's hobosuit is so fond of, but Kyle arrives with all the match-fixing and money laundering evidence he found at Chuck's, which makes Vitalik nervous and he calls his recently hired security, VECTOR and Ghost, to take care of them.

Wright's group falls before the trained guards, and Vitalik announces the release of the wrestlers... until Sminem himself arrives, just like he and Kyle had plotted. Sminem congratulates them on their investigation and fires Vitalik... or that's what would have happened if he hadn't made his contract iron-clad. With no other option, Sminem decides to take TFR itself to court. Wright is worried about the lack of evidence, until he receives a call from just who he wanted, Wrong, telling him to come to the Coolsville Volcano. Wright tells them his friends that he has to put an end to something... by himself.

Episode 14[edit | edit source]

Gathered in the prosecution's lobby, Sminem's team lies in wait for the court to begin. Everyone readies, but Sminem reminds them to not get their guard down for Vitalik's tricks.

Nevertheless, Kyle is confident and thanks Wright for gathering the evidence, but Wright would've rather have pinned Vitalik in Loser Leaves Town match instead. Sminem too is concerned Vitalik always hides behind schemes, but even as far as suing their own company, it's what must be done, for TFR...
All in the name of guiding humanity down the right path
Then, Edgeworth appears to inform that the trial is about to begin. As Wright puts it, "Let's go, minna! To save wrestling!".

Court is now in session, presided by The MMMighty Judge, using the badass fast-paced initial trial system because he has a meeting with his biker friends. Vitalik asks from the Witness Stand to wait while his defense makes its way late, making Wright wonder if he has something up his sleeve... and indeed, he shocks everyone as he has hired the legendary undefeated defense attorney: Lawyer 47, who apologized for the lateness as some RED-HAIRED FAGGOT got his suit dirty.

The prosecution makes their opening statement: Vitalik has mismanaged the company from health issues to match fixing, and presents evidence proving the connection between TFR staff and the late Chuck's Suck & Fuck; 47 quickly discards it on the basis that "it cannot be read because reading is for homos", a formidable move that the Judge allows while looking uninterested and all of Sminem's team acknowledges as a difficult challenge. Next, the defense makes a statement of their own, "all of the prosecution's evidence is fake and gay, fabricated even, and no real evidence will be heard against his client as Vitalik and TFR have done literally nothing wrong, and Chuck's is a gay den of lies."

Edgeworth presents a decisive piece of evidence—a photo proving a match which had a different outcome than officially acknowledged after the lights of the arena suddenly turn off (that's ground for gimmmmmick infringemmmmmmment). But unluckily 47's glasses are too fucking blurry to see anything and he rips the image in half. Also, 47 would like to add one thing: no hat-wearing attorneys have been left mentally retarded due to TFR as they employ the amazing Dr. Piccolo, or at least that would be if he wasn't such a fucking traitor like the rest of the people in this room.

Sminem's team hangs on to the last string of hope after such demolishing defense...

At last, the prosecution presents its most finishing piece of evidence, years upon years of company records that help detail Vitalik's scheme with other parties such as the mafia and even the president, gathered by a staff member risking his own well-being—Amami Rantaro. It picks the judge's interest but hears the defense's rebuttal first: Zzzzsnore. The decision is clear and the evidence doesn't change anything, disappointing Piccolo, Janny, and Amami, as they've met with a move worthy of an Ultimate Lawyer.

With time at its limit, Edgeworth desperately looks for the missing piece to the puzzle that is such an impenetrable defense. his assistant Therapist affirms he must be on the right track, the defense's posture can only mean one thing, and that's that it's bluffing. If he can pinpoint his confidence's source, he can defeat it, and that's when Edgeworth notices it by using his father's glasses, his achilles' heel: his perfect bald. By distracting the judge by way of retreading on his father's lengthy medical records, he also annoys the defense into going into a rant, and uses the opportunity to steal Payne's wig and throw it onto 47's head; instantly, his focus, confidence and charisma are crushed before he can stop talking.
Because, like the legend he is, the Judge... Judge NEVER DREW A DIME!
A pure strike is delivered, and the judge finally sees through the defense's lies, sentencing the attorney to wrestler's court after the trial is over. In light of these events, the verdict is set, and the court declares TheFinalRumble... GUILTY. But Vitalik's conviction would come with a price, as TFR is closed down... for a while at least, until the place is confirmed free of corruption (and delivers 100000 bottles of jack to court). Additionally, the TFR title will be permanently retired, as well as all other titles vacated, but it was all a calculated part of the risk; as Sminem puts it, roster members will leave for indies or maybe nowhere and budget will go down, but wrestling will survive, and they'll be back sooner than they know it... with the trial over, all that's left is looking ahead.

To celebrate, Sminem acknowledges Wright's intense passion and his heart is always with the sport, and that's why he's next in line to become the GM and have the trust of rebuilding TFR put into him, as well as trusting all of them to help make TFR better in their own way; Saihara is happy about Wright, for Kyle its just a job, and Edgeworth is too busy taking care of his father (who disappeared somewhere again) to wrestle. Kyle is going to take a drink, Saihara has a certain meeting to attend, and Sminem will be doing paperwork, but Wright wants to go to the arena for the last time in a while to say goodbye, or better yet, <See you again>.

Episode Extra

Participates in unsanctioned matches while TFR is closed.

With the war against Amon Elite Wrestling nearing its end, a rumble is held to determine who will challenge the Amon's secret weapon.

After Kyle wins, he has to face the most dangerous of Amon's recent recruits: Amon Phoenix. After his defeat, when everything seemed lost... Amon Phoenix reveals himself to be none other than Phoenix Wright, surprising everybody as TFR now stands victorious. In the end, the war is won and AEW is rejected from establishing itself on Coolsville.

TFR/Season 6: Epilogue[edit | edit source]

For helping Wright and Sminem with their investigation, Kyle is welcomed into The Mystery Masters.

TFR/Season 7[edit | edit source]

The ex-investigator wrestling in The Final Rumble, once it resumes operations, he wrestles with the Mystery Masters.

Episode 3/TFR[edit | edit source]

Tells Ushiromiya Battler to fight him as excuse to not have to accompany Wright.

Episode 5/BCW[edit | edit source]

Gets drafted along with the Mystery Masters into Bogdanoff Championship Wrestling.

Episode 9[edit | edit source]

Fights against Furio Tigre calling him for being "Wright", disregarding all care for the tournament in the process.

Couldn't foresee that he would roid up and got squashed, but Furio still goit thrown into jail.

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

Episode 33[edit | edit source]

Participates in the TFR Championship Return Tournament.

Defeats the hunter of chaos and challenges the masked killer Jacket. With an opponent that strong, he unleashes his secret technique as the only way to victory.

When meeting the "Frayer" Ryuki, he kept dishing out The Last Shot but it wasn't working, until Ryuki was distracted right before doing his third Frayer Dive, and the 8th shot had him submit.

In the finals, Kyle is reminded of his last time on an ironman, and takes a metal-strong defensive position, decided that he'd rather receive no pins than inflict any. But as the match goes on, he overcomes himself, and decides to start racking pins to redeem himself. Payne is overcome and defeated, and Kyle is next in line at the title shot.

Episode 34: Great Balls of Fire[edit | edit source]

A deep psychological match for the TFR title, as much as Kyle struggled and denied Pegasus' specials, a single Die For Me ended Hyde, showing it was no struggle at all.

The Extinct Light[edit | edit source]

Since the incident at the end of the tournament, TFR has been in a continued declines thanks to the rumors born from the partial reveal of the management's schemes, yet he himself still remains instead of jumping to AEW like the rest, something he both finds comedy-worthy and dryly depressing.

Episode 1

While taking a bourbon at the Survive Bar, Date Kaname arrives, so he informs him The Bartender has left to run errands. Date wonders why Kyle is still with TFR when he must've gotten an offer by now, but Kyle still has obligations to TFR, and to not worry since he's just fine. Date tries to pursue further, but Aiba remembers this isn't an investigation and he eases up. Kiryu Kazuma then enters the bar, whom Date hasn't seen in a while, but seems like he's been dragged to this city again by now; Kiryu knows some people involved in the company but hasn't checked it out yet, and asks Date if things are as well there as people seem to say, with Date agreeing it is save from a few issues arising from the company being so new. With TFR being in such bad shape, Date and Kiryu wonder if it can ever recover from the reveal of the schemes management were plotting, but at least they shut them down. After silently observing the conversation for a while, Kyle is done with his drink, so he gets up and leaves, apologizing for not continuing with the conversation.

Episode 2

"The Mystery Master" Kyle Hyde participates in the Berserk Brawl tournament in Pool D.

In an encounter backstage, "The Sadistic Thug" V begins taunting Kyle about how since he fucked up, put BCW out and got his friends arrested, business has been booming for them. Kyle doesn't wanna waste his time on third-rate thugs since his days back in the force, which makes V want to make him bleed more to the point he could kill him right now, but having already fought someone twice his size and on some fucked up drugs, Kyle isn't afraid; this works in V's favor as he no longer wants to finish it quickly, but rather turn it into one of his full works. And that Bucky Beaver Bastard better not cut the feed, because this one he'll put into a tape for himself.

And despite Kyle attempt to resist such brutality, once again his last shot at winning doesn't reach.

Episode 7

As Kyle continues drinking in the Survive Bar with TFR on the TV, the last few moments catch his attention when things seem to get chaotic. Then, an announcement by Saten...
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".
He can only watch as it keeps tumbling down, the last thing TFR needed at this moment. There'll be a big mess to clean up, if anything is even left by then. But even still... he can't let it all go...

TFR/Off-Season 9: Rokkenjimania V[edit | edit source]

Non-Canon
As Wright announces, the latest updates for the Batch 4 Draft are here, and so is GM Drake to tell about the choices he made! But before he can get to explain, Drake has to leave because someone came forward and they didn't want to participate anymore in this draft, taking #62 back. So, without further ado, let's get the video package for Pick #61, coming from BCW, the "Starway to Stardom" competitor, The Ultimate Underdog, AKA, "The Little Guy", Saihara Kyle!

The situation keeps worsening, as Kyle explains, and part of the show even had to close. The uprising going on... it's caused by a mysterious group, NXT. Crime rate in all of Coolsville has increased. Even Date was almost killed! And not by a rogue wrestler like Bevi believes, but an ordinary citizen. Even Rance is perplexed, but Date's investigation reveals he suffered from... Markiplier Disease. Kyle sums up four of the most notorious NXT members involved they are looking for: Mark Maximus, Chubby Chwan, Boogie Woogie Wu, and Ricky Cumshotta(which Date denies having met in a strip club at all); Bevi reminds him Kwame Da Kuma and Johnny Squidmaiden are also involved, but as Kyle puts it, there's even more people to take care off, but as a group there's only so much they can handle at a time, and besides, taking the top brass will slow them down considerably.

TFR/Season 8[edit | edit source]

Even after everything that happened, even after having a key role in it, Kyle still can't believe the current state of things, the bleakness hiding behind the lights, and that people he had placed his trust in did the things they did. In spite of everything... Kyle keeps silently walking forward.

Episode 1[edit | edit source]

Trying to walk aimlessly around Coolsville to put the mind at ease, he still ends up in no other place than the Survive Bar, ordering the same bourbon as always. "Drinking early might be bad for the liver, but it's good for the soul, and no organ receives as much torment as time is doing to his spirit.", he rationalizes.

He asks The Bartender for the newspaper to look at the latest information, as is common for one of his career...
>Another murder, a brutal one at that, of a wrestler. Darren Young. Obscure midcard wrestler. Only data of note is a rumor of "assaulting" the "American Dragon" in the summer of 2010, allegedly made up by a guy who fled the psych ward.

>"OMW star paralyzed after risky maneuver goes wrong.", just another day trying to make ends meet in the indies.

>"New Captain Soap photoshoot sparks debate: Is it a girly magazine?". Afraid not.

>"Confirmed: Gas Chamber's next concert to take place at the home of the Coolsville Suckers football team."
A slow day for news in Coolsville's usual hustle. The Bartender mentions he too had to deal with his fair share of chaos, it's even odd to think about sometimes. Kyle takes another drink, when he gets an odd call... the TFR Board of Directors's representative. With such a rare occasion, he tells them to skip to the part where they fire him, but... they actually ask for his collaboration in helping TFR as a whole (which reminded him of the shady way Wright ran things), and want to talk more details in person. Since he needs to pay the bills (including the current drink), he ignores the bad feeling this gives him and decides to leave the only friend he can trust (whiskey) behind and go while The Bartender saves his bottle.

Lighting a cigarette, Kyle thinks back on the Board of Directors: as far as he knows, they're just a bunch of stooges, yesmen given undeserved and unworked-for power, brainless and incompetent suits. He doesn't know what business they have with him, but he needs anything that can lead to answers, ever since the unforgettable day; the day TFR took down BCW and was exposed in a still-unclear conspiracy... wrestling's landscape changed forever. The frustrated ones were led by Nero and funded by the Okonogis. The indifferent ones stayed and sat on their contracts, turning a blind eye to the decline of the chain of command. Then there's those left behind, not finding a place anywhere and thrown like trash, resorting from gigs at HS gyms to the internet and even turning to crime. Conveniently, the Coolsville underworld also suffered a power-vacuum that Mafia City filled under the rule of The Grandfather and V, and their influence had embedded members in Coolsville's most important organizations. The spiraling down can be traced to the actions of a man... Phoenix Wright. Not only that day continues to haunt him, but Kyle's own inability to understand the whole picture of what's happening and why.

In the conference room, as expected are some of the Board's members waiting for him. "TFR and wrestling are in danger", they chant like a mantra, and the latest attack has pushed them to take desperate measures and move ahead with an unfinished concept, which of Kyle is the man they want to implement it. Confused at the prospect, Kyle puts down that he doesn't have anything to do with this, and struggling through words even says he cares not about TFR's future, making the member of the Board shocked at such statement by a member of the Mystery Masters personally chosen and welcomed by Sminem and Wright, figures who would certainly know how to save the day. This event makes Kyle reminisce of an exchange he had with Wright, where he commented on a stack of papers he was carrying related to a big goal he had been working on in secret. As the last Mystery Master since Saihara disappeared, the members of the board had him pinned as the only one able to carry this out because he should be able to understand Wright, and in fact offer him the position of new Head of Talent Relations since Central isn't fully able since the attack, which only makes Kyle doubt if now that one of the few staff members he respected are gone more people could suffer fates like him. Even if he doubts it is his burden to carry, while having too much to deal with already by himself, and in spite of thinking he could be getting set up, Kyle begrudgingly gives in but sets his foot down about never bending over outrageous requests. The board rejoice as it finally brings up the plan they'll be giving to him: "Tough Enough", Wright's own pet project. The mere suggestions embedded in those words are enough to quickly set him alight; are they taking him for a clown? Kyle, of all people, do him a favor by carrying this forward? In rage, Kyle gets up and slams the table, scaring members of the board, before taking a moment to regain his composure and quickly sign the papers before walking away with the highly-organized design documents.

As he walks away from the arena, Kyle ponders about his relationship with Wright... he wishes he understood him as well as everyone thinks, but it couldn't be further from the truth. The lack of understanding... it hurts, but that's why he decided to carry out his project in the end, to learn his thoughts when he did the things he did. Maybe... he's being delusionally hopeful, but he'll allow himself to believe again, in this one thing. He needs to.

With that done with, Kyle decides to grab dinner when he receives a message from Ja/ck/...
Kyle! I need your help, man! Someone is brutalizing my restaurant. It's a dangerous gangster! Can you come over, fast?!
Initially thinking Ja/ck/'s Dinner is being targeted by Mafia City, it's instead a group called the "Blacklist Brotherhood", a small group who has nothing left to lose, and the man attacking is... Gene. Kyle couldn't believe it at first, but after being discarded by the industry, Gene says there's nothing left but stick to what you know and repay those who extend their hand. Kyle remarks that for "sticking to what he knows", he isn't seeing him getting pinned on the floor, which makes Gene happy since now he gets to kick "that asshole that cost a bunch of people their jobs" and his ass into the milky way. Surprisingly, Gene actually beats Kyle's ass, and for that makes a true promise to make his friend's life a living hell:
The two of you will never know peace again, as long as we rule over this place. All of us... We'll take turns beating you up and taking everything you have...
Kyle can't help but smile after that beatdown and say he can't wait to meet his friends, but Gene assures he'll regret saying that once they're done, and leaves.

With that out of the way, he orders some of Ja/ck/'s chicken.

Once he returns home, he takes the time to read "Tough Enough"s design document. "List of potential participants"... "Rules"... "How to run the show"... "The purpose behind Tough Enough"... The passion for wrestling is palpable through the pages and words, able to intoxicate anyone reading as if Wright was next to them, like his very soul was in it. He already knew as much, but to see it put into concise and elaborated thoughts... this is the real Wright, the one he always knew. He left his heart in those papers, but... does he really know him any better after reading it? If this is the real Wright... why... did things turn out the way they did? He was an amazing mind for the business, an outstanding wrestler, a fountain of knowledge as a mentor... a great friend. But after saying that, Kyle can't help but have both th Wright he knew and the one that ruined everything appear in his mind, and drives his fist into the wall in frustration.

Episode 2[edit | edit source]

The first step of "Tough Enough" are the interviews; Wright already had a list of scouted talent, so all he had to do was call them. He's still unsure if this is what he really wanted to do... but the Board of Directors' representative announces the candidates are already.

The first two interviewees, Ricky Cumshotta and Boogie Woogie Wu, decided to do the interview together. Their reason for being there is for their familia back at "that" place, it's not biggest promotion out there, nor draws the biggest crowds... but the talent that is developed at NXT is unmatched, and they want the whole world to know that! Squishmaiden, Chwan, Maximus, da Kuma... they want to show the people they left behind they can all become larger-than-life superstars... and to realize the amn they owe it all, the Cagist's, WrestleDream! To realize their mentor's dream... Kyle thinks they have something in common, although he doesn't particularly like it.

Next... Narushima Koga. He says he "learned all his rizz" at the Coldsteel Dojo and fought at some MMA matches events. Kyle questions if he really thinks that's all it's gonna take for him to make it, but Koga tells him to just look at Reiji, from MMA legend to wrestling champion, he's "bussin"! Kyle nonchalantly moves on while wishing he would stop talking like that...

Next comes a costumed man... when asked why he chose to pursue this career, Samurai Flamenco believed TFR needed a hero, and he came to be exactly that. If he's talking about those guys who invaded TFR, Kyle thinks it wouldn't be a good idea, especially with that suit, but he expresses he would be no good without the suit his grandpa designed, and as part of the tradition he can't take off the mask either. Traditions like that stopped mattering around here a while ago... not that the kid would ever understand, Kyle thinks to himself.

A plain but interesting man, Mechazawa Shinichi ponders about the deep question of "why be here", but the reason for everyone there... must be because they have something to prove to someone; someone specific, a group... or even themselves, and he in turn asks the the interviewer if he's thought who he's here for. Kyle has plenty... but can't say he's happy about it, and while noting the guy's cool aura, he really isn't in the mood for this kind of talk.

The next guy begins blasting a long discourse about how Chai will be the next wrestling superstar, the ring will be his stage and the audience will move to his beat, and all his opponent will hear is 1-2-3!... but this isn't promo school yet (and he'll need it), and Kyle just asked a simple question... Chai asks if he got what he was trying to say, and Kyle can't muster anything but "I guess".

Then comes this kid... Reize Seatlan. He trained in his backyard all his life and wants to wrestle all over the world, so what better place to start than TFR? Kyle ponders if AEW might not be a better match before mentioning how he has been participating in charity matches without asking for a booking fee, which the kid just says "they're pretty fun. What more could I want out of it?". Kyle then remembers rumors about how the kid's dad is loaded and has made generous donations to TFR since it fell on hard times... so Wright really was doing things like this...

A surprising kid next, Suou Tatsuya says that a few months ago he couldn't answer the question, but now... wrestling is his purpose, he can't explain it, but he can feel it deep inside him, and wants to know why. Kyle has heard good things backstage yet tells him he won't get it easy just for having friends backstage, which Tatsuya is ready for... but Kyle thinks that he'll soon find why he really isn't.

Afterwards comes "Gregson"... he says he can't hold back inside the ring, he's learned all the hottest new, suplex, bear hug, scoop slam... Kyle wants to say something, but Gregson cuts him off about how he likes to distance from fellow youngsters and turn it up a notch―he has plenty left in the tank, he can take it! He's never been injured once in his career in fact, everyone says he's a resilient one, except for Miles―he quickly tells Kyle to forget the name, he didn't mean anyone specific...

The final interviewee, another man who grew up in "that orphanage"... Kyle asks for his hobbies and mention a small band, but Chinman barely stutters that they were a small bar band nothing like Gas Chamber, and it didn't go so well so he wasn't made it for it... but, he's sure that, if he gets in, some day, the crowd will love him, he'll make them love him! Kyle notes not to ever give him a mic... but at least he won't be getting knocked out anytime with a chin like that.

All the interviews done, Kyle can't shake that feeling of suspicion off of him, Wright's goals couldn't be that simple. Has the person he knew been nothing but a mask? Has he even been ever truly sincere? And with everything he commited... does he truly love wrestling? All Kyle can do now is keep digging...

With the first day of work done, Kyle tries to rest easy... but then
Look out, Kyle! One of the leaders for the Blacklist Brotherhood brought his men to come after you!

And you know what they did?

They beat my friends black and blue, all because they said they might've seen you!

Please, is there anything you can do to help!?
The man attacking Ja/ck/'s now is Bolo Reynolds, and unlike Gene he can't say he didn't see the markings of a lowlife thug in him. In fact, that's exactly what he was, before Wright saved him... and then Kyle fucked it all up and put him back where he started, although Kyle blames that more on his "blackface" stunt. But he claims he did that for the sake of allowing that usurper Furio to be defeated by Kyle, to make him lose his cool! Screw his side of the tournament! ...and then Kyle got pummeled like a bitch, in fact Furio was only there because traitors like Kyle didn't support Wright, if he had been a real FRIEND and PARTNER, Wright wouldn't have had to leave and everyone would be having fun in TFR. Utterly baffled and confused at Bolo's sheer misunderstanding and deluded words, his attempts to tell Bolo that Wright betrayed them are simply swayed off, but after all he's just one of those meatheads he picked as a pet project and never had to think for a day in his life. But for continuing to be a smartass who still thinks he could deceive Wright, Bolo will make him pay...

Kyle gives it his all to not lose, but Bolo's might is simply too much. Ja/ck/'s finely-aged chicken, beef and cheddar are theirs for the taking. As a family, Bolo didn't just come because he wanted to cave his head in himself, but he came with backup from the B. Brotherhood as well. Kyle gets up and remarks people like them love to cheat, but Gene appears to remind him to watch his mouth; as a man of his word, he'll keep coming back again, and again, and again, and again, because he needs to further and constantly torture Kyle about how at fault he is... how alone he truly is; with a punch to the gut, he reminds him how many lives he derailed, how nobody will stand with a loser who ruined everything, and how his "Mystery Masters" are all gone now. If one think he thanks him for, is that the Blacklist Brotherhood would've never gotten so strong if not for the sheer anger, disappointment and frustration he made them channel into it, and then they leave to play poker.

Episode 3[edit | edit source]

With just a few weeks of runtime of the project, Kyle wonders if it's enough time to teach everything there is to know. Was it even properly designed? He still got his reservations about the scouted talent, and Chinman already hasn't shown up... it makes his job easier but still. To help, Kyle personally requested Jingu Yugo as one of the main trainers for the project; he may be nothing but a humble janitor nowadays, but he used to be one of the most knowledgeable people in the industry, and along with him he brought greatest coach of the modern era, his star pupil, Phi. Jingu affirms Mr. Wright couldn't possibly have made a DUD, and Phi says in good authority that, no matter how green they are, by the final episode they'll all be capable of five-star bouts. With the show about to start, Kyle asks if they got the greenlight from the "show-owner" GM Mod, and Retinz says the introductory interview have been shown to the audience and they're ready to go out there for the first challenge: taking a bump...

Retinz welcomes the audience to the first ever TFR Tough Enough challenge, in this revolutionary show, the audience will be heard: the 9 competitors will be guided by trainers and face each other in all kinds of tests, and in the end, all the abilities that make a great wrestler will be tested, and THE AUDIENCE will decide who is TOUGH ENOUGH! The winner gets a guaranteed contract with a title match to go alongside it! Project Manager Kyle steps in with a short foreword. This is a unique opportunity, whoever wins skips straight to the big league, skipping the dues and tribulations everyone else did, but it's not gonna be a fun time still. This business gives and takes, it brought Kyle good times, friends and purpose, and then it took it away, and brought sadness, betrayal, and pain. But if they are willing to endure all of it... then they can be called "Tough Enough". To expand further, Kyle asks Chai for his favorite match, but "Junpei vs. Kong Wenge"... he doesn't even remember who that is, and loses his train of thought. Also, just for further notice, one of Chai's nuts is hanging from his pant, he's got to fix that big hole.

Seeing as how Koga is really energetic, Kyle tells him to go with the first bump, but he bumps into Kyle. Ricky goes second with a slow, sloppy bump which Phi calls out and tells him to be more intense... just like they said on the set. Right next Boogie with a theatrically slow descent, which Jingu tells to cut out and Phi to flat back. Reize does 4 fast bumps, Jingu tells him to slow down and Kyle says if he "sells" like that he'd tag him for real. Samurai Flamenco jumps into the air and falls, but Jingu says overselling just makes him look like a jobber. Chai jumps into a rope and falls, but he's called out by both Phi and Kyle for using a springboard and "trying to impress". Gregson... lifts himself in the air and piledrives himself, more than wondering how that's possible, Kyle just wants a normal bump delivered. At last, Mechazawa delivers a good, flawless snap, impressing everyone. As the last one, Tatsuya tries to impress, but Jingu and Phi just think he could use some improvement.

With that, the first challenge is over and it's time for the audience to vote: Mechazawa accrues 3 points, Samurai Flamenco gets 2, and Tatsuya gets the last one. Kyle thinks he'll need a beer after all that...

It's been a while since he went to Survive Bar, but the Bartender kept the bottle waiting for him as promised, so he gets to it. As he takes the first sip, it sinks that it's the first break he's had in a while, while looking concerned at his phone for half-expectant of a message from work or Ja/ck/. Kyle begins recollecting his thoughts about these past few weeks, the call her received last time he was at this very bar was when it all started, they offered him Wright's project much to his dismay but there was no way he could reject it knowing it meant understanding the man who betrayed him. Then the Blacklist Brotherhood cam in, expecting to drag him down to rot like them, regurgitating the same insults he's heard since the fateful day of the match with "Furio", and may be right that he failed everything. He never thought of being a 'mentor', but during the interviews he did realize there was some potential buried there somewhere... but he couldn't shake off the feeling that just maybe he wasn't cut out for this, did he scare a good prospect in Chinman away? Wright's legacy weights him down like a ton of bricks reminding him of the shoes to fill. In the end, if you asked him about Tough Rnough so far, he wouldn't know what to answer. The Bartender suddenly breaks Kyle away from his concentration by saying he can see a speck of hope in him that wasn't there before, but Kyle just tells him to cut the cheesy talk and pour him another for the long night.

Episode 4[edit | edit source]

Last time they tested how comfortable they were in the ring, now it's time for the other major aspect: mic work. Retinz welcomes the audience again to the second challenge of Tough Enough.

First up is Samurai Flamenco, making a promo around the word "Thunder", on Reize; Somewhat impressive to the judges. Next, Reize will use "Apex" on Chai; he mentioned "AEW Women's World Champion"...said something he shouldn't have. Next, Chai will use "Radiance" on Ricky; Went on and on about milk and nonsense, at some point he really lost them... Jingu even fell asleep! Next, Ricky will use "Rampage" on Boogie, and he better not mention other companies; Good selling for an energy drink, not so much for a match. Next, Boogie will use "Punishment" on Tatsuya; Something about being cheated on after leaving NXT and losing it... Jingu liked it, good escalation, audience had places to pop, but content needs work. Next Tatsuya will use "Mental" on Gregson; He lost his sense of reality and became a demon... creativity is there, but don't need to get too outlandish. Next Gregson will use "Timeless" on Mechazawa; He... forgot his lines...? No words. Next Mechazawa will use "Life" on Koga; A tragic story about losing it all and revenge... that was good enough to get the judges emotional, even Kyle thinks he was really cool. Next and lastly, Koga will use "Moment" on, since he's last, Kyle; .........Kyle just tells Retinz to get the vote up.

Mechazawa scores 3 points, racking up 6 total. Tatsuya gets 2, bringing his total to 3. And the last one goes to Samurai Flamenco, who is also at 3.

Another hard day of work teaching those kids. Is it really all Wright had in mind? Can it really be that simple? No, it can't. Then, another text from Ja/ck/... isn't that place supposed to be frequented by strong wrestlers? Either way...

Bolo and Gene are at it again, asking why their 'personal little bitch' keeps coming back, but he says they wouldn't understand what having a backbone is in a million years. They both agree that's one more thing to break out of him if he's really intent of taking them 2-on-1, but just then Narushima Koga arrives seeking to enter the 'restaurant only wrestlers are allowed in' that his master mentioned. He's disappointed when Gene says it's closed, but Kyle tells him they're just thugs shacking down the owner, Koga decides to join Kyle since he knows how those TikTok 2-on-1 fight videos go and to demonstrate his Coldsteel Style further.

Gene and Bolo stay on top a second time. Next time, they're gonna bring even more of the gang to have more fun, and the big guy that's coming won't let anyone bail him out. Sheesh... Koga's master didn't tell him how to stop holding back... but Kyle appreciates the backup, so Koga throws in if he gets some extra points for it, and Kyle sighs that of course not.

Episode 5[edit | edit source]

...the "Saihara Shuichi memorial show", for someone who never even stepped foot into that company, for someone who isn't even confirmed dead? To make money off him and further attack TFR like Nero's been doing? The indignation Kyle feels is hard to put into words. Phi has to remind him Tough Enough is starting to break him from his trance.

The last two weeks explored two dimensions of what constitutes a wrestler: The in-ring ability and the promo skills, but there's more aspects than that, and this week they'll delve a bit deeper into them. Retinz welcomes the audience once again to a highly-anticipated edition of Tough Enough!

For this challenge, each contestant will be presented with an entire new character, after all a major character turn can happen as easily as from one day to another. Once they've defined their new role, they'll bring the character to life with an entrance. So right from the left field, it's time to assign the names the assistant writers have come up with:

Things won't change much for Boogie, since his new name to make work is "Cosmic Dancer", but he better try to spice it up. Ricky's name for this challenge'll be "JERRYSCHNEIDER", yes without pause.

Reize will be called "New World Cool Guy"; he asks if he can find that "New World" rumble, but obviously it's not a real company so Kyle tells him it may be a futuristic gimmick but it's his job to figure it out anyways. Samurai Flamenco will get to keep his face covered, as "El Flojo" that is, a future legend of Lucha Libre. Chai's got a good one in "Elvis Stixx"; just like he wanted, maybe he'll even get to keep i!... Phi points that's not for him to decide, and besides Kyle figured the challenge was for NOT having full control.

Koga... Sexual Harrasment. Jingu has to tell Kyle it's the name and not a statement, what are the backstage staff smoking... Tatsuya is now "The Potential Superstar" CJ Worthy, or CJ "Potential" Worthy for short, but Tatsuya wonders, "if" he's potential "when" is he gonna "be" reality...Kyle tells him to not think about it that hard.

Gregson will bear a classic name in "Abraham Washington", luckily they're his favorite "recent" US presidents so he can already picture it! And lastly, Mechazawa will become "John Guy"... Kyle thinks that's quite unfair, but Phi is sure he'll come through to make it interesting.

With assignment done, the contestants will head backstage, where a great number of attire choices and the best makeup crew on the planet will make the characters come alive in record time. After a short delay, the participants come one after the others to their entrances. John Guy definitely left a lasting impression on the judges, and Retinz prepares to set the poll, but things have been changed around: Top 5 will get points this time, and audience will get to vote twice! S. Harrasment comes first with 5 whole points. E. Stixx next also with his first 4 pts. El Flojo comes in 3rd for a total of 6 pts. CJ "Potential" Worthy is 4th and "is" at 5 pts. Last but not as late as his age, A. Washington gets the last point.

Feats[edit | edit source]

  • Has a paperclip.
  • Really fucking works his ass off to put anyone he faces over and then take the loss.

Match History[edit | edit source]

Date Type Vs Result Records Singles Details
S3E3
Julius Little Lose
W0 L1 -1
0 1 P
Game: WWE Smackdown vs. RAW 2006
S4E3
Kaname Date; Kyle Hyde; Sans Win
W1 L1 0
1 1 P

For: Mystery Master Position

S4E7
Kyle Hyde, Calypso, Pete Win
W2 L1 1
2 1 P
S4E8
Handicap Kyle Hyde

The Agents of Payne

Lose
W2 L2 0
2 2 P

Note: Gave one hell of a match and was a serious threat to 47 and Payne, using tactics and even CQC against them.

S4E9
Miles Edgeworth Lose
W2 L3 -1
2 3 P
W0 L2 -2
0 2 P
Note: Just what the hell is wrong with Wright?
S4E9.5
NON-CANON
Royal Rumble
9
  1. Doomguy
  2. Fred Jones
  3. Garcian Smith
  4. Kyle Hyde
  5. Agent 47
  6. Kaname Date
  7. Cole Quinn
  8. Brad Pitt
  9. Drake Bell
NC Christmas Special
Game: WWE 2K20
30
  1. The Prince
  2. Chris Redfield
  3. Duke Nukem
  4. Leon S. Kennedy
  5. Cole Quinn
  6. Manny Pardo
  7. Senator Armstrong
  8. Kazuhira Miller
  9. The Demon of Debt
  10. La Parka
  11. Joshua Graham
  12. Nero
  13. Kyle Hyde
  14. Sam Hyde
  15. Winnie the Pooh
  16. King of Ingurland
  17. Dan Schneider
  18. V
  19. Kaname Date
  20. Char Aznable
  21. Maximillion Pegasus
  22. Drake Bell
  23. Phoenix Wright
  24. Reviewbrah
  25. Terry Davis
  26. Extra
  27. HUNK
  28. Kazuma Kiryu
  29. Max Payne
  30. Goro Majima
Lose
S4E11
TV World Fools, Mystery Masters, Champions The Court Lose
W2 L4 -2
2 3 P
For Title: /v/ Tag-Team
OS4E2
NON-CANON The Mystery Masters

Soldier G65434-2 & Patrick Bateman

Lose Game: WWE 2k20
S5E2
Tornado-Tag Mystery Masters, Agent 47 & Andrei Ulmeyda, Akagi Shigeru & Manny Pardo, Prince of Persia & James Sunderland Lose
W2 L5 -3
3 4 P


Immunity in Teams
Extreme Rules Gippo Dudee Win
W3 L5 -2
4 4 P
W1 L2 -1
1 2 P
Gates of the Wild Ride
Note: Escaped the Gates of the Wild Ride
S5E4
Tohya Hachijo, Shuichi Saihara, Kyle Hyde, Phoenix Wright Lose
W3 L6 -3
4 5 P
Friendship Match
For: Immunity×1
S5E8
Tornado-Tag Mystery Masters (Saihara Shuichi & Kyle Hyde)

Char Aznable & Amuro Ray

Win
W4 L6 -2
5 5 P
Dolls Match
For: Immunity×1
S5E12
The Final Rumble
10
  1. Saihara Shuichi
  2. Kyle Hyde
  3. Maximillion Pegasus
  4. Mr. America
  5. Miles Edgeworth
  6. Bane
  7. Phoenix Wright
  8. Kazuma Kiryu
  9. Drake Bell
  10. Senator Armstrong


Lose
W4 L7 -3
5 5 P
The Final Rumble
For: winning death game

Elimination №4

S6E17
20-Man Royal Rumble
20
  1. Bane
  2. Albert Wesker
  3. HUNK
  4. Agent 47
  5. Zoomer
  6. Ricardo Milos
  7. Ushiromiya Kinzo
  8. Mr. X
  9. Kotomine Kirei
  10. Kyle Hyde
  11. Leon Kennedy
  12. Dutch van der Linde
  13. Chris Redfield
  14. Boomer
  15. Saihara Shuichi
  16. Mastema
  17. Spider-Man
  18. Phoenix Wright
  19. Steve
  20. Extra
Lose
W4 L8 -4
5 5 P
For Title: /v/ #1 Contender

Elimination №6

Ladder Chris Redfield, Boomer, Agent 47, Zoomer, Albert Wesker, Dutch van der Linde Leon S. Kennedy, Kyle Hyde Lose
W4 L9 -5
5 5 P
For: Case of Sperm
Battle Royale Kyle Hyde, Senator Armstrong, Arthur Morgan, Aniki, Amami Rantaro, Ethan Winters, Saihara Shuichi, Extra Lose
W4 L10 -6
5 5 P
For Title: /v/ #1 Contender
OS6E8
NON-CANON
Elimination
Jeff Mangum, Maximillion Pegasus, V, Postal Dude, Louis, Manny Pardo, Kyle Hyde, Samoa Joe Lose
S7E1
Tag-Team The Mystery Masters (Saihara Shuichi & Kyle Hyde)

The Sparda Bloodline (Dante & Vergil)

Lose
W4 L11 -7
5 5 P
For Title: /v/ Tag-Team

Support: Phoenix Wright

S7E2
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
Lose
W4 L12 -8
5 5 P
For Title: /v/ #1 Contender

Elimination №6

S7E3
Tag-Team
Elimination
The Mystery Masters & Ushiromiya Battler

Champions The Sons of Sperdo

Lose
W4 L13 -9
5 5 P
For Title: /v/ Tag-Team
S7E4
Ushiromiya Battler Win
W5 L13 -8
6 5 P
W2 L2 0
2 2 P
Note: Loser has to accompany Wright to the ring
S7E5.5
Tournament Narihisago Akihito Win
W6 L13 -7
7 5 P
W3 L2 1
3 2 P
→Quarterfinals
Okonogi Tetsurou (H) Lose
W6 L14 -8
7 6 P
W3 L3 0
3 3 P
→Semifinals
S7E6
Triple Threat
Extreme Rules
Kyle Hyde, Gale, Adam Jensen Win
W7 L14 -7
8 6 P
S7E9
Ironman 30m Furio Tigre (9-4) Lose
W7 L15 -8
12 15 P
W3 L4 -1
7 12 P
TFR vs. BCW Tournament」
Note: Kyle wasn't a match for Furio's pumped up form.
OS7E5
NON-CANON
Steel Cage
Royal Rumble
  1. Sinbad
  2. V
  3. Kyle Hyde
  4. Maebara Keiichi
  5. Zagreus (did not reach ring)
NC Note: Experimental Match Type
OS7E7
NON-CANON
Ironman 30m
Roided Furio Tigre (6-2) Lose
OS7E8
NON-CANON
Royal Rumble
Full List Lose Popularity Poll Rumble
Place: 16th〈28 votes〉
OS7E11
NON-CANON
Tag-Team
Elimination
Ushiromiya Battler, Kotomine Kirei, Mitake Miyao

Third Carlos, Kyle Hyde, Max Payne

Lose Note: Gigadimes
OS7E15
NON-CANON Hazz Maticus Lose Spazz Wrestling Training V
Note: To protect viewers, this match was shown instead of Spazz Maticus Vs Amakusa Juuza.
OS7E18
Royal Rumble Full List Lose
W7 L16 -9
12 15 P
For Title: /v/ World #1 Contender
OS7E22
NON-CANON Sinbad Lose For Title: Hardcore
OS7E22
NON-CANON
Royal Rumble
Full List Lose
S0E3
God's Son Win
W8 L16 -8
13 15 P
W4 L4 0
8 12 P
S0E4
Royal Rumble Full List Lose
W8 L17 -9
13 15 P
For Title: King of Jobbers #1 Contender
S0E6
Elimination Chamber
  1. Kyle Hyde #3
  2. Mastema #4
  3. Mario #5
  4. Adol Christin #6
  5. Apollo Justice #1
  6. Char Aznable #2
Lose
W8 L18 -10
14 16 P
S0E11.1
NON-CANON
Tournament
Furio Tigre Lose
S0E12
Tag-Team
Elimination
The Mystery Masters

Vitalik & The U.S.S.

Lose
W8 L19 -11
14 17 P
Iconic Match
Vs. Vitalik Buterin, TFR's General Manager & The U.S.S.
S0E13.1
NON-CANON Sinbad Win Note: Sinbad just decided to leave, not AI fuckery but actual cutscene happened before he decided to count himself out.
S0EX
Lose
W8 L20 -12
14 18 P
W4 L5 -1
8 13 P
Royal Rumble Full List Win
W9 L20 -11
14 18 P
For: Facing the Amon's secret weapon
2/3 Falls
Extreme Rules
Amon Phoenix (2-0) Lose
W9 L21 -12
14 20 P
W4 L6 -2
8 15 P
Stage: Top of Coolsville Hills
OS8E7
NON-CANON Potemkin Win Note: After match ended Mid Show showed up and beat both of them before leaving
OS8E9
Royal Rumble Full List Lose
W9 L22 -13
14 20 P
For Title: /v/ World #1 Contender
OS8E15
Full List Lose
W9 L23 -14
14 20 P
『April Fools』
Game: WWE 2k22

For Title: /v/ World #1 Contender

OS8E19
NON-CANON
Royal Rumble
Full List Lose Note: ×2 speed match
OS8E22
Royal Rumble Full List Lose
W9 L24 -15
14 20 P
For Title: /v/ World #2 Contender
OS8E23
NON-CANON Agent 47 Lose 「2K22 Universe Mode」
Note: Jack Garland joined commentary
OS8E24
Royal Rumble Full List Lose
W9 L25 -16
14 20 P
For Title: /v/ World #1 Contender
OS8E25
First-Blood
Elimination
Maximillion Pegasus, Chris Redfield, Bolo Reynolds, Sinbad, Kyle Hyde, Jacket, Adol Christin, HUNK Lose
W9 L26 -17
14 20 P
OS8E26
Royal Rumble Full List Lose
W9 L27 -18
14 20 P
OS8E27
Full List Lose
W9 L28 -19
14 20 P
Iconic Match

For Title: /v/ World #1 Contender (winner) & Literal Jobber #2 Contender (runner-up)
OS8E29
Full List Lose
W9 L29 -20
14 20 P
For Title: /v/ World #1 Contender
OS8E32
Full List Lose
W9 L30 -21
14 20 P
OS8E33
Jack Garland Win
W10 L30 -20
15 20 P
W5 L6 -1
9 15 P
「TFR Championship Return Tournament」
→Round 1
Hell in a Cell Jacket Win
W11 L30 -19
16 20 P
W6 L6 0
10 15 P
Iconic Match
Speeding Paperclip
「TFR Championship Return Tournament」
→Round 2
Submission Ryuki Kuruto Win
W12 L30 -18
16 20 P
W7 L6 1
10 15 P
Iconic Match
Last Shot Fray
「TFR Championship Return Tournament」
→Round 3
Ironman 20' Max Payne Win
W13 L30 -17
20 20 P
W8 L6 2
14 15 P
Iconic Match
Overcoming of Traumatic Payne
「TFR Championship Return Tournament」
→Finals
OS8E34
Champion Maximillion Pegasus Lose
W13 L31 -18
20 21 P
W8 L7 1
14 16 P
Iconic Match
Card-binding Paperclip
『Great Balls of Fire』
For Title: TFR

Note: Pegasus ran in on Kyle's entrance

OS8E36
NON-CANON
First-Blood
Elimination
Third Carlos, Aniki, Ryo Hazuki, Narushima Koga, Date Kaname, Kyle Hyde, Vergil, Fate/Extra Lose Rokkenjimania IV』– Blood Arc
→Semifinals
NON-CANON
Sumo
Date Kaname Win Rokkenjimania IV』– Dark World Arc
→Round 1

Stage: NXT

Purple Guy, Senator Armstrong, Kyle Hyde, HUNK, Ushiromiya Battler, Bevi, Wayne, Kiryu Kazuma Win Rokkenjimania IV』– End of Sumo Arc
→Round 2
Boomer, Rando, Hisoka, Kyle Hyde Lose Rokkenjimania IV』– End of Sumo Arc
→Finals
OS8E37
Royal Rumble
OS8E37§ROYAL RUMBLE
Full List
Lose
W13 L32 -19
20 21 P
For Title: TFR #2 Contender
OS8E38
OS8E38§#WORLD CUP RUMBLE
Full List
Lose
W13 L33 -20
20 21 P
Note: Representing Belgium.
OS8E39
NON-CANON Extra Win Stage: North Pole
OS8E42
Royal Rumble
OS8E42§ROYAL RUMBLE
Full List
Lose
W13 L34 -21
20 21 P
Iconic Match

For Title: Literal Jobber #2 Contender
OS8E44
NON-CANON Zagreus Win
Iconic Match
BEAR

Note: bear
NON-CANON
Royal Rumble
OS8E44§ROYAL RUMBLE
Full List
Lose
OS8E47
NON-CANON
Hell in a Cell
Tornado-Tag
Dante & Nero (The Sparda Bloodline), Agent 47 & Rance, Kyle Hyde & Rando Lose Game: WWE 2K23
NON-CANON
Royal Rumble
OS8E47§ROYAL RUMBLE
Full List
Lose Game: WWE 2K23

Note: DL'd CAWs were so OP that the match's contendership was cancelled

OS8E48
Royal Rumble
OS8E48§ROYAL RUMBLE
Full List
Lose
W13 L35 -22
20 21 P
Iconic Match

For Title: Literal Jobber #2 Contender
OS8E49
NON-CANON
Elimination Chamber
  1. Chris Redfield #4
  2. Francis York Morgan #3
  3. Potemkin #6
  4. Kyle Hyde #5
  5. Kasuga Ichiban #1
  6. Wayne #2
Lose Referee: Saihara Shuichi
OS8E51.1
NON-CANON
Royal Rumble
OS8E51.1§#TFR×G1 RUMBLE
Full List
Lose
OS8E56
Royal Rumble
OS8E56§#TFR Japan Tour Lost Match #8
Full List
Lose
W13 L36 -23
20 21 P
『TFR Japan Tour Lost Tapes』
S7.5E2
V Lose
W13 L37 -24
20 22 P
W8 L8 0
14 17 P
Iconic Match
Pool D-1: Sadism Tape
「Berserker Brawl」
→Pool D
S7.5E5
Apollo Justice Lose
W13 L38 -25
20 23 P
W8 L9 -1
14 18 P
Note: The perfect opening match.
S7.5E6
Rando Win
W14 L38 -24
20 23 P
W9 L9 0
14 18 P
Note: Count-out.
OS9E3
Royal Rumble
OS9E3§ROYAL RUMBLE
Full List
Lose
W14 L39 -25
20 23 P
For Title: World Title #1 Contender
OS9E4
NON-CANON Thad Lose Rokkenjimania V』– WrestleDream Arc
As: Saihara Kyle
NON-CANON
Tag-Team
KO
Elimination
Date Kaname, Kyle Hyde, Rance, Bevi

Chubby Chwan, Mark Maximus, Ricky Cumshotta, Boogie Woogie Woo

Lose Rokkenjimania V』– Downfall Arc
Stage: NXT
NON-CANON
Triple-Threat
Hell in a Cell
Rance, Kyle Hyde, Unfathomable Power Lose Rokkenjimania V』– Light vs. Dark Arc
Stage: NXT
S8E1
Gene Lose
W14 L40 -26
20 23 P
W9 L10 -1
14 18 P
Stage: Abandoned BCW Arena, near Jack's Steakhouse

Note: Count-Out

S8E2
Bolo Reynolds Lose
W14 L41 -27
20 24 P
W9 L11 -2
14 19 P
Iconic Match
Vs. Bolo Reynolds of the Blacklist Brotherhood
Stage: Abandoned BCW Arena, near Jack's Steakhouse
S8E3.1
NON-CANON Extra(S4) Win
Iconic Match
Season 4 vs. Season 8
TFR's 5th Anniversary
Game: WWE 2K19

For: Title of ultimate piece of TFR media

S8E4
Tag-Team Kyle Hyde & Narushima Koga

Blacklist Brotherhood

Lose
W14 L42 -28
20 24 P
Stage: Abandoned BCW Arena, near Jack's Steakhouse

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