The place where wrestlers are and put their stuff and generally tell shit to each other.
Description[edit | edit source]
The Locker Room is not only a place where wrestlers go to prepare for their next match or to unwind after a long and grueling session of grabbing hot and sweaty men in the ring, but it is the very heart of a wrestling arena where wrestlers spend most of their time and interact with one another. More than only a place, The Locker Room embodies the roster itself, and wrestlers will mobilize together as the Locker Room if a common problem turns up.
Common activities in the Locker Room include:
- Slapping asses
- Gambling Joecoins
- Fighting for cases
- Rape (generally towards Kevin Nash)
- Fighting alien threats
- Being thrown into TVs
- Semen extractions
- Assassination attempts
- Reviving ancient empires on a path of conquest
- Watching grorious western movie
- Searching for porno mags
- Testing bombs
- Causing 9/11
- Deciding the destiny of the world
- Watching idols concerts
- Warring about which idol is better
- Being complex
- Summoning otherworldly beings
- Illegal material trading
- Trying to solve epitaphs
- Setting game boards
- Holy Grail Wars
Sometimes, hierarchies form in the Locker Room, and a person rises to be one of its lords. Legend says there were many conflicts between terribly powerful beings to lay claim to this title.
History[edit | edit source]
The Locker Room is created after the terrible conflict where Mark Wolff defeats the two challengers Van Darkholme and Aniki, which sees him as its first lord. The powers residual from the battle were such that mystic energies gather in there to this day.
Aniki would then be the second to claim the title of its Lord.
History in TFR[edit | edit source]
TFR/Season 1[edit | edit source]
The Locker Room is plagued by the Team NWF vs Team FMS wars, divided by the two groups and those who wish to aid neither, until the moment the conflict comes to an end to combat The Bogdanoffs who in the distraction have encroached TFR in an attempt to take over it with CRAB-17.
TFR/Season 3[edit | edit source]
With the demon lord gone, short is the respite before the Dimensional Merge brings the Locker Room into disarray, but Anik ascertains his position as "Lord Of The Lockerroom" by defeating Wolff in the past.
However, tensions within it raise after Aniki got ran over backstage. This resulted in a power vacuum within the locker room, causing fights to break out inside. The war for the title of "The Boss Of This Gym" has driven other wrestlers to find more private places to go get changed out of fear that they may get dragged into the war that is ensuing behind the scenes.
TFR/Season 4[edit | edit source]
Discontent quickly grows in the Locker Room as Kojima cares not for the wrestlers' well-being, only how many funny gimmicks he can make them do, eventually manifesting in riots.
TFR/Season 6[edit | edit source]
After the events of the Death Game, an order was established in the locker room in order to prevent events like it from ever happening again: The Order of the Locker Room. They work to maintain the peace of the company with Central acting as the commander and Dante, Aniki, Date Kaname and Fred Jones (and eventually Rando) acting as the Lords of the Locker Room.
However, the Locker Room is eventually destroyed and divided, with wrestlers parting to either BANS Army or the side of The Three Kings, but the true heart of the Locker Room remaining in The Final Resistance.
TFR/Season 0[edit | edit source]
The Mystery Masters are put in charge of investigating the strange events happening in the locker room, like assaults coming from off-screen and unusually high sawdusting rates.