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A legendary lawyer and the main character for most of the Ace Attorney series.

He is a "main character" of TFR Season 7 and 0, but a central character in most seasons.

Hero of the Turnabout[edit | edit source]

The famous defense attorney, Phoenix Wright defends anyone in a court of law, believing them to be innocent. After getting fired from Ultimate Marvel Vs. Capcom 3, Phoenix went back into the courtroom to defend a client on trial for murder. However, Phoenix's fall occurred where it was discovered that he had unknowingly used forged evidence in court, which he did not have knowledge of.

Season 1[edit | edit source]

The forged evidence was a Bogdanoff ploy as Phoenix was getting too close to the truth to a deal related to one of their many subsidiaries. Disgraced, Phoenix was barred from entering a court of law again. Emotionally broken, Phoenix became a hobo and withdrew from society.

However, even lawyers need to eat, and his Agency definitely doesn't make enough. Relying on his past combat experiences, Phoenix has joined The Final Rumble to drown the emotional pain with physical pain as well as earn money to buy hamburgers. Despite being disgraced, Phoenix knows deep down he's been wronged, and has banded together with other truth-seekers in order to make things Wright.

Episode 3

Wright, along with Saihara Shuichi, works under Sminem as a group known as The Mystery Masters, a team of elite investigators as well as at least partially skilled wrestlers.

They work independently from Teams FMS and NWF. However, what does interest them are the Tag-Team Titles. Joining into the tournament, they are swiftly defeated by the leader of NWF Leon S. Kennedy and his accomplice Fred Jones.

Episode 5

Now, Sminem will be introducing a new member to the group, despite his in-ring results, he shows promising capabilities as someone with investigative capabilities, and has Ushiromiya Battler join into the team.

Phoenix Wright and Saihara introduce themselves to Battler, and then hastily leave to their incoming match, where they manage victory.

However, their next match wouldn't prove quite as easy, for next up was a very angry Chris Redfield accompanied by his loyal TheRapist. This match proves that to the audience the determination of the Mystery Masters and Battler in particular, as despite their loss, Battler poured his very heart into it, showing absolute his prowess in the ring.

Episode 6

They are put against the champions for their showing last time, and again they are defeated.

However, Battler proves his worth by managing to decipher HUNK's current location, despite him already having half-done the job escaping by himself.

Episode 7

In another successful investigation, Battler finds the location of The Case, and Sminem decides the fate of it.

Episode 8[edit | edit source]

The Mystery Masters celebrating Battler's victory against Kinzo.
After Battler's first ever victory, coupled with his assertions and the overall victory of TFR over The Bogdanoffs, the Mystery Masters go out together to celebrate.

Season 2[edit | edit source]

After the defeat of The Bogs, things calm down for a while and especially for the Mystery Masters.

However, there are still parts of their influence left behind that must be taken care of...

Episode 1

Sminem retells the story of how his team helped defeat The Bogs, but that some of their Bogdanoff weapons were left behind and it's his responsability to take care of them, along with his Mystery Masters.

Sminem, Wright and Saihara target the brainwashed subordinates of the defeated overlords; Extra, Doctor Piccolo and Mr. DMX. They manage to defeat the last weapon of the bogs and free them.

Episode 2

Sminem leaves on some kind of "vacations" and entrusts the destiny of the world to itself.

Episode 7

The Agents of Payne had an announcement to make before the match by calling Battler GAAAAY during their entrance, an attempted psychological warfare. But 47 was Battler's first casualty during the match, and the Mystery Masters would go on to become the #1 contenders.

Episode 9[edit | edit source]

With the plan to stop Todd Howard in motion by Commander Erwin, Pegasus hires the Mystery Masters to obtain information about him.

Later on the night, the Mystery Masters obtain more than just that by also winning the Titles against the Bakers.

Episode 10

The investigation team reports on what they found out after the return of Vergil and his information working under Todd.

Episode 12

The Gym comes back with a vengeance to recover the titles.

Season 3[edit | edit source]

After the fall of the Demon King and the collapse of the Howard Reality, the Mystery Masters hoped that no new investigation would show up so they could aim for the titles again.

Wrigth was busy in unknown circumstances, possibly related to Sminem.

Episode 0

When the Dimensional Merge happens, Wright goes back to busy law days, and is too occupied to wrestle.

Episode 5[edit | edit source]

Wright calls for an emergency meeting after the MM quickly discover that 17 wrestlers are missing, those being:
  1. Vorgin
  2. Leon Kennedy
  3. Redfield's Therapist
  4. Ricardo Milos
  5. Dutch Van Der Linde
  6. Boomer
  7. John Madden
  8. Brendan Fraser
  9. JC Denton
  10. Jacket
  11. Steve
  12. Raiden
  13. Lee Everett
  14. Ethan Winters
  15. HANK
  16. La Creatura
  17. Vergil

Investigations will continue into the situation. However, a 18th missing wrestler could be Ushiromiya Battler, even if the guy that wears purple looks like him, it is definitely not him and has been locked in his office all day. They have contacted someone who might help them regarding "Battler", but the meeting must conclude until they have further information.

Episode 7

In an emergency meeting, Wright confirms the fears of the wrestlers that after Battler's door was kicked down, Ushiromiya Kinzo's corpse was found lifeless on the floor, with an unidentified open wound in his stomach. A loud noise had come from the room earlier in the week before he was found missing, happening when the room was locked with "Battler" presumed inside. However, no evidence points towards a specific culprit, and more than that, the room was fully locked an no one could have gotten in nor out, at least after Kinzo did. Moreso, The Agents of Payne have been missing as well.

Episode 8[edit | edit source]

As the situation gets ever more dire, Wright holds another emergency meeting to inform everyone that new information has surfaced into the situation. With a lack of good news, Wright notes that reports of several wrestlers being attacked in the night have surfaced, and indicates these acts were committed by 2 persons, these in fact syncing to the date when Agent 47 reappeared; His response however is "Black Battler did it all". The victims were Gordon, Ja/ck/, Serge, Jack Baker, Joe Baker, and Gold. On the situation of their missing comrades, the Mystery Masters are at a blank, with no resources to even search into it. Desperate as things may be, Wright reminds them to not lose their hope until our friends are back.
We'll never stop our search for truth!
Episode 9

When everyone from Rokkenjima returns, Saihara encounters Agent 47 and reveals what he discovered in his investigation: that Black Battler doesn't belong to our reality, but if enough people believe in it, it might even become real, and that was his plan to get rid of Battler. But now that Battler is back, he is the only one capable of hurting Black Battler... and being hurt by him as well.

Thus, Battlers managed to defeat his shadow self, and deny his existence once and for all.

Season 4[edit | edit source]

Ah, Chief Prosecutor Edgeworth, welcome. I hope you are ready for an unforgettable luncheon!
With Battler inexplicably losing his memory, Wright will have to push himself even harder to defend his friends and find the truth. And more than that, TFR's new management seems as if it will only bring on worse things...

Episode 1

With one man down, the Wright and Saihara decide to start hiring to see what help they can find, although it's not like anyone can truly REPLACE Battler...

Episode 3[edit | edit source]

Now that Phoenix is returning to his old ways, he has regained enough confidence in himself to go back to wearing his old suit once again. However, he's still a long road ahead from proving himself innocent before the law, and as such he still wears his beanie. On the hiring side, three people applied; someone alright with being paid in Porno Mags, a detective who likes paperclips, and a weird skeleton who fought Battler in the past. So instead, they decide to settle it in a Triple Threat match, which ends with Kyle Hyde winning.

Episode 6

Wright wins the elimination chamber for a shot at the /v/ Title.

Episode 7

After receiving a call from his past, he changed plans from accompanying the mystery masters to the Tag Team title, instead having to partner with someone from his past. But, however, set an immediate rematch afterwards. Now, teaming up with Miles Edgeworth, The Court is back in TFR to make justice.

Episode 8

Wright leaves a message to Saihara and Kyle about how he couldn't grant them the rematch they wanted

Episode 9[edit | edit source]

For some reason, denied Shuichi Saihara of a rematch for the title claiming he would own to it, again, and set up Kyle on a very "special" match to prove himself. Indeed, it was a 1v2 against The Agents of Payne where he got beat up roughly. Just why would Wright do this...?

During the Prototype Wars, against the almost certain defeat of TFR, Nick stepped up against one last Kojima prototype, a very early one that escaped and went rogue, but appeared on the arena and used it as excuse to have an extra match.

With Nick's recent track record, it is unknown if he lost or jobbed on purpose...

Episode 10[edit | edit source]

When all hope was lost for The Final Impact to happen, and Kojima sent an agent to stop anyone from escaping, The Court intercepted him, proving that Wright hadn't fell into evil. He provided support, while Miles Edgeworth fought, by turning off Armstrong's nanomachines somehow.

Episode 11[edit | edit source]

Phoenix then, livestreams the truth about Kojima and himself. About how Sminem had a premonition from the start that someone was gonna attempt this, and all they had left to do was find who, and how he took a place in the board of directors in his absence. About how Kojima was in contact with HUNK since before he fought Battler. About how HUNK's matches before this point had all been predetermined. About how Battler receiving a modified Focusing Stone was all part of Kojima's plan, which after his match with Agent 47 warped him to the universe Kojima had created. About how he used Battler as a catalyst to create his new universe, having him endure endless torment alone for what seemed an eternity, which completely destroyed his mind, forcing it to take a different persona to distance from the pain. About how he himself had betrayed his friends to get close to Kojima and destroy him from the inside.

After apologizing profoundly, he goes to put his title on the line against Shuichi and Kyle, and TV World Fools.

Then he mentions Battler waking up as a different person, and Kojima's time coming soon. But before he could reveal his name, Kojima interrupted him, because he wants no spoilers, and ended the transmission.

When the time comes, Phoenix Wright and Shuichi Saihara arrive to Kojima's office, and the three reunite with Hachijo Tohya back together as Mystery Masters, they confront Kojima.

The nanomachine-powered HUNK that Kojima so proudly boasted of got ready to crush Tohya. However, it was not Tohya who was fighting that day, but Battler's fierce soul refusing to go out without shining with a blinding light one last time. The style of wrestling that was on the ring that day... was definitely Battler! And finally, HUNK, the Grim Reaper, the unbeatable machine who claimed neither man nor beast could step in his shadow and go undefeated against him in combat ...Fell.

Thus, Tohya acquired the Script of the Mad Writer and made it unable to alter that universe further, and together, they stated the truth his ideals, his creations, and himself: It's all nothing but a forgery.

Season 5[edit | edit source]

Phoenix leading the Mystery Avengers. And then they died.

He and the other Mystery Masters were called into a conference for an important matter regarding wrestling after the Kojima incident. However, they found out that they were now trapped in La Parka II's DEATH GAME.

Episode 1

Being in the room with everyone else, he tells La Parka that he won't get away with it, but he gets paid no mind...

He was subjected to a surprise Majority Vote, where he received 3 votes, concluding with HUNK being instantly executed.

Episode 2

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.

Gets put in a match against his friend and rival, Edgeworth.

Loses and gains no Immunity.

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.

Wright wins, and gets the Immunity.

Episode 6

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.

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.

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

While trying to get away, they make upon the Wild Ride door, and access it.

Upon it, they find the bodies of all the participants who were lost to the wild ride, intact in body but lost in mind. Then, La Parka appears in the flesh (bones?) along with dolls of his servants carrying shotguns, and they obliterate Mr. X as well as blow away the stone he was carrying.

La Parka then announces the special deathmatches for violating the rules...

After the executions are over, all the dolls explode into gore before the last remaining participants are made to enter their final challenge.

Episode 12[edit | edit source]

Wright reaches The Final Twilight, and participates in The Final Trial.

The first question is "What is the full, non-abbreviated name of the company that owns the lab where that artifact was modified?" and during discussion time Drake just keeps thinking back on that... day... that room... the dolls... and breaks down. Drake, Wright, and Pegasus are up to answer, Wright answers right, while Drake doesn't have it in him to even answer, and Pegasus just writes "Sorry, Commander", and explains that he can't allow himself to die in anything but battle, and calls Drake a friend, glad that one will be his opponent. Drake honors him and defeats Pegasus, ensuring he would die at the end of the trial.

After BANS' victory, Wright is made to Participate in The Final Rumble, he's the eighth death, eliminated by Miles Edgeworth.

Phoenix Wright has expired.

This character died in the Death Game

Season 6[edit | edit source]

12 years in the future, a familiar face shows up claiming to be the second coming of Wright...

Season 0[edit | edit source]

A lawyer personal friend of the CEO of TFR, Sminem, as well as an avid fan of wrestling with a grand amount of knowledge.

Episode 1

For his grand upcoming match, Wright finally gets a chance at stardom with the chance to become #1 contender. Just then, GM Vitalik shows up to tell him to take care, and that his opponent will have a few words with him. Maximillion Pegasus tells him that for someone so early in his career to get this chance, it must really be something worthy of praise, but Wright denies looking for praise. Then, Pegasus asks him, what DOES he look for? Has he ever asked himself that? Who he is fighting for? Pegasus then leaves, but the questions really exasperate Wright, although the "fighting for someone" part lingers in his head...

As a second chance, participates in the rumble for /v/ Title.

Episode 2

Right after his losses the previous week, Vitalik mocks Wright for wasting his chance and condemns him to the B+ hell known as the midcard. Drake Bell shows up to beg for a chance after his big nosed opponent "cheated". Sick with midcards begging for chances, Vitalik gives both one last shot in a week to win it all, as high as the stakes go.

However, when the time comes for his match against Drake... he does not show up. For some reason, he's not present and is counted out, missing his last shot...

Episode 3

With a big announcement, Vitalik says that with Phoenix's disappointing results, and especially because he ran away from his last match, TFR does not accept such behavior. As a direct result of his actions... TFR has come to terms on the release of Phoenix Wright, and wishes Wright the best in his future endeavors. But alongside his release, they are also announcing a new signing, a true warrior of the brand who will take TFR to the next level.

Episode 5

In his past, he was an orphan resident at Sunflower Orphanage.

Episode 6[edit | edit source]

After his release, coupled with his barring from the court of law, renders Wright practically homeless. Not finding food in a park's dumpster, he finds some spare change under a vending machine – or he would if Mid Show didn't show up to claim it was his'. After his terrible luck in singles and team categories, Mid Show became tired, until he learned there was something even lower than the middle: the bottom; he had something to life for now, and that something was preying on the weak and most useless members of society, which gives a rush that can make anyone feel like being at the top of the card.

Indeed, he had become Hobo Hunter and had like-minded people following him. As Wright put it, he had become the absolute scum of society. Without any strength left, Wright wants to put a stop to his terror, but Mid Show compliments his gall for talking shit before being broken in half.

Before Mid Show can gather the rest of his Hobo Hunters to finish him, Sminem shows up, and his presence has them flee the scene. Sminem is saddened at Wright's current state and can't begin to imagine what would have happened if he hadn't shown up, but more importantly, he needs him back at TFR. Of course, Sminem trusts Vitalik as a GM, but he feels things haven't been right, and Wright's firing just doesn't make sense, and wants a better explanation from Vitalik; something is definitely wrong. Wright immediately agrees, as he missed wrestling so much. Sminem is glad, and in exchange asks Wright to tell him the story, which Wright is glad to do since Sminem saved his life; but Sminem's modesty claims no such thing as he is merely looking after his own.

And for one last thing... Sminem suggests him to keep the hobo gimmick.

Episode 7

The night of tragedy, Wright was getting ready for the match when he got hit in the head like a surprise schoolboy 3 count when you're about to win the world title and woke up outside, being refused entrance. Sminem is not surprised, but they don't have clues and people won't give clear answers to the boss, so Sminem asks Wright to investigate himself, but so he's not alone in the search for the truth, he asks Saihara Shuichi to help him investigate, and after greeting, Sminem dubs them "The Mystery Masters". Wright is unsure, but Sminem trusts he can do it, and leaves Wright with a cryptic mention of the danger a life such as his' leads before leaving.

At that time, they didn't know... that this would be the last time we heard of him... as not long after, he would receive an unknown call telling him that Sminem... is dead.

Episode 8

Without evidence nor testimonies from security, Saihara starts to doubt if Sminem could have been off the mark, but Wright is completely sure on his knowledge of the company. Their next target is Sminem's talent scout, Amami Rantaro, although Saihara isn't too sure about him.

Amami is glad to see Wright back especially after all he went through to scout him in Japanifornia, although travelling has always been one of his fortes. Wright says it's all thanks to Sminem he's back, and Amami apologizes, but Wright can't help but remember when he received the terrible news...

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.
I gotta admit... This is more shocking than Jinder Mahal's world title win at Backlash 2017. Makes me even sadder than his terrible title reign, too...
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. Back from his memory, Saihara pushes Wright out of the way when a sky-high stack of chairs are about to fall on top of him. Wright drags his body to the infirmary, but his path is blocked by The Janitor who states the "thread is closed". Wright tells him to clean up the chair, but Janny says that he's not his boss and questioning moderation is a bannable offence.
Damn, it's harder to negotiate with you than to figure out which brand's champion to face at WrestleMania after winning the Royal Rumble... Alright, I guess there's only one way to settle this!
Janny, however, stands his ground, but is quite gassed after the fight and Wright isn't budging either. He's really dying for some Nutri Deli but he can't afford to lose the job...
Then... Then tell me who told you to do this! And for God's sake, don't come at me with something like The Greater Power's reveal in the July 7th 1999 episode of Raw!
He doesn't remember any rules about spilling the beans on his application, so he's about to disclose who closed the infirmary when–BANG–an assailant out of view shoots him! Wright is out of time, so he rushes to the infirmary with Saihara. Janny can't find his last hotpocket...

Putting him on the infirmary's stretcher and waits for the doctor to come. Amami shows up again wondering what happened and is informed some chairs fell on him, which he remembers seeing backstage. He also wonders about the guy bleeding outside but Wright tells him not to worry about it. Amami leaves for a meeting, and Wright wonders just what would Sminem do in his situation...

Episode 9

After leaving the office, Wright notices Saihara is walking around while still wounded, but Saihara didn't even notice and both start to question the nature of his treatment, when Miles Edgeworth arrives (after doing one full fledged entrance).
That was a hell of a entrance. Probably on par with The Undertaker at Wrestlemania XIV. Took just as long, too!
Miles comes to take measures about his father, and Wright & lackey accompany him to the doctor's office where Gregory is resting. While the doctor is busy, Miles tries to get his father to come with him, but he resists saying that he's felt no pain, even though Miles points out he was KO'd by HUNK and forced himself to keep going. Even though he knows his father doesn't lie, he's still far too old and wants him out, but Greg's raised voice in protest draws Vitalik's attention; after having his sleep disturbed, he came to greet Wright and poke fun at how "skinny" he looks now, and agrees that Greg knows better than Miles in both wrestling experience and backstage issues to have decision over him, and his contract isn't expiring anytime soon either. However, when "the demon prosecutor" sharpens his glasses and asks if he needs to take it to court, Vitalik is silent before backing down, and Miles takes his father away. Saihara points out Greg's condition can't be good if he visits the infirmary so often, and Wright sees how quickly he gave up when legals was brought up.
He looked like more of a coward than Seth Rollins during his 2014 heel run.
He tries to call Kyle, but he doesn't pick up, and Saihara notices that Greg's situation is similar to his own, which can only leave one common factor: Dr. Piccolo arrives and sees them rummaging through his office and has to try to take Wright out by force. After the fight, Wright tries to appeal to his conscience, and Piccolo confesses that he's tired of this as well and after working so hard to make people get better, he can't keep up with this. Wright offers him to join them even.
We can make a hell of a strong stable! Like The Four Horsemen or Evolution!
But before he can reveal the man behind–BANG–a shot came from nowhere and hit him. Amami enters after hearing the noise, and comments how he found Wright again with a wounded staff member after he's been following them around before leaving. But, Amami also comes up a bunch...
Terrible timing if you ask me. Almost as bad as Batista's return in Royal Rumble 2014.
Finally Kyle contacts Wright, who comments 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 11[edit | edit source]

Wright decides to pursue Amami, although Saihara is concerned about going against their own, especially now that the city is in such a bad state since the president's demise being a big deal. Wright agrees...
Yeah! It's huge, almost as big as when Vince's limo exploded!
On their search for Amami, they are met with Gregory Edgeworth again. Greg investigated the crime scene and came up with a theory. (Wright discreetly asks Saihara to call Miles' number while Greg explains his theory). Miles arrives and traps Greg in his "chess dimension", thanking Wright for the call since his father doesn't seem well at all.

Back on track, Amami finally appears; he's been keeping track of "Sminem's dogs" since he believes he's behind the backstage incidents, and asks for Wright to tell the truth even it takes his life, for that strong is his desire to expose the truth. Amami however is surprised when Wright explains that if his objective is the truth, them and Sminem are their allies, and Vitalik the true enemy. Amami reveals everything he knows: everyone has been victims of something bigger than TFR, a match rigging scandal. Even Amami himself was forced to be part of it as TFR staff member, but he gathered evidence, and is ready to reveal it even if it kills TFR, even if it kills pro-wrestling!

Wright can't stand his words and slaps him, and teaches him to love wrestling the only way he can: with a match!

Amami finally understood again what it's like to wrestle outside of a script, and with a sight of relief now that he's sure they are not the ones cleaning up the evidence, he realizes what a mistake would've been to let it all go just because of his wounded heart.

Amami gathers all the evidence and is ready to hand it to Wright but–BONK–a steel-put ball lands on his head. Phoenix Wrong appears to take the evidence, and tells his brother it was finally his time to spread his wings and fight for himself. Wright tries to reminds him of their time at the orphanage, but it falls on deaf ears, and Wrong runs away. Saihara tries to console him, but Wright's head hurts...
This betrayal hurts about as much as when The Shield broke up in 2014!
Steeling himself to face his brother, Wright vows to keep his grip in any situation, and receives a call from Kyle...

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 13[edit | edit source]

Despite Saihara and Kyle's efforts to go with him, Wright is sure he must confront his brother alone, (w)right all the wrongs he's made, but he promises he'll be back.
And you better give me a bigger return pop than CM Punk got. ...Seriously, guys. You can do better than a pissant manlet fed that no one watches, right?
As he climbs up, Wright behinds to remember his time at the orphanage with his brother. Wrong was really interested in wrestling, but Wright just wanted to continue life as a lawyer. But as life be, he only became interested in wrestling once they had already long parted, perhaps as a desperate way to keep that memory of the time with his brother alive, he came to love wrestling because of him in the first place. And once he entered the big leagues, Wrong refused to call him ever again.

Done speaking with the past, Wright reaches the summit, where his brother awaits him. Wrong, on the other hand, recounts how Wright hit the Phoenix Splash flawlessly despite Wrong training for years just to show it to him, and only the inverted variation worked for him. Wrong blames it on his dominant genes despite Wright claiming he really was stronger back then, but Wrong's always known him as a liar and that's why on that fateful day, he knocked Wright out so he would get fired. By getting him fired and turning him into a hobo, he was correcting the mistakes of the past, and by assisting Vitalik, he would correct the future and punish those who hired Wright.

Wright says he has gone too far, but Wrong lashes at him for thinking he has any right to keep looking down on him, to judge his actions ever since the daythey got their tattoos; while Wright got the legendary phoenix, Wrong got an embarrassment of an egg, "God's Son". But in this volcano, the egg will hatch, and he'll take the phoenix from him. By injecting himself with a mysterious syringe, he's reborn as "God's Fury".

The brothers fight long and arduously, when the volcano begins to shake, but Wrong refuses to leave until one of them dies in the earth's molten heart. Just then, an earthquake causes God's Fury to fall, but Wright grabs his hand. Wright tries to hold but his brother scoffs that if an egg's not meant to be able to take on a fully hatched phoenix, then so be it. But he was mistaken, it was not "God's Son", but "God's Sun", not the one waiting to hatch but the one that has already begun giving light and hope to this world, that's who supposed to be to them. That's who he was for Wright, and who he really was. He was Wrong the whole time.

Wrong laughs and calls him a fool as Wright tries to pull him up for both to return home, telling him the evidence is in a shack at the base of the mountain. Before he can be pulled up, Wrong refers to his brother as Nick for the first time since they parted, and apologizes as he shakes his hand free, vanishing into the lava.
B-Brother? BROOOOOOOOOTHEEEEEEEEEEEEEEERRRRRRRRRRR!!!
Before Wright falls as well, Kyle and Saihara grab him.
Let's go. We can't stop here, can we? We need to save TFR... We must do it for Sminem.

Episode 14[edit | edit source]

Gathered in the prosecution's lobby, Sminem's team lies in wait for the court to begin. Everyone readies.
I'm even more ready than former FCR superstar Nick Rogers!
But Sminem reminds them to not get their guard down for Vitalik's tricks.
You're right. If we're not careful, we might end up like Baron Corbin in the August 15th 2017 episode of SmackDown Live!
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 infrom that the trial is about to begin. As Wright exclaims, "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>.

What he finds there however, is the formidable TFR locker room injured and knocked-out wherever he looks... Geralt... Hijiri... Komaeda... Rance... Gene... Arikado... but one is standing. Sitting behind the desk in the GM Office, is none other than the one who threatened Wright's life, Mid Show, and what's he's doing here? he's not even sure himself... a dumb punk who once played as president's puppet now sits on the very office of TFR's GM. He trained for this very moment since beating some red punk in Rokkenjima, he went to hell itself in NXT, and trained at the Sodachi Dojo...
Sodachi Dojo? That's... Legend says the only shoot fighter to rival CM Punk comes from there!
...and if he doesn't deserve to sit in that chair, neither does a man who was a hobo in some street corner a while ago. He wasn't much different at first, as the president's adopted son, his dreams never mattered, he only used him to propel his ego, his future was to continue his political career, and to be the opposite of his real son. But he never wanted a world where connections mattered more than strength, he chose his own wrestling, his own power, to open a way to reach his own future. And this is it, if he can become the next GM, prove he deserves it... he'll prove he belongs not in the mid, but at the top of the card! But Wright is not having it, Mid Show does not get it, what he's doing...
What you're doing to this sacred art... Is a bigger crime than the ones committed against Kevin Nash in the summer of 92!

That's why... I need to stop you.

I'll bring you with me to Hell!
Limbo, Lust, Gluttony, Greed, Anger, Heresy, Violence, Fraud, Treachery... all 9 circles of hell were traversed, and despite such even powers clashing, an answer came out of that endless fighting they traversed...

Mid Show crumbles as quickly as does his dream, but Wright calls him a fool. In wrestling, its not about winning or losing, but the in-between, what happens in that ring that only the people inside can tell. The reason Wright made him go through that match... was to extract that answer, and at the very end, he saw the fire burning in his eyes for but a moment, he was able to see clearly his dream... and their dreams were the very same: the glory of being a wrestler.

His struggle, his hard work, Wright has seen it and understands it, the very same as his one. But when Wright was at the rock bottom, it wasn't strength what saved him, but the help of others, of someone like Sminem. No one has cared for Mid Show before, he was only able to see the savage side of the world; the reason he attacked Wright was because he used to be his #1 fan, because they grew in the same orphanage and saw his reflection when Wright had made it, he wanted to be just like him, he wanted to be a main eventer like the Big Show he has on his back to make him proud... but when he saw Wright fall from grace, he lost it all, and decided to blame the reflection on the water rather than himself, and was consumed by rage, and amidst tears Mid Show apologizes.

Wright extends his hand, and offers to be the first person to care about him, much like Sminem once did. First, he'll need to stop dwelling in the past, and rebuild himself.
Bolo Reynolds. This will be your ring name from now on.
If Mid Show had never met him, he'd probably be a terrorist or worse by now, but Wright swears to turn him into the main eventer he always wanted to be.
Hey, no "What if"s here. Otherwise you'd spend the whole day wondering what would happen if Vince McMahon lost the steroid case in 1994. Now, come on, buddy. Let's close those curtains for tonight...

Episode Extra[edit | edit source]

Fred Jones, Kasuga Ichiban, Phoenix Wright, Chris Redfield, and Leon S. Kennedy (who passed out from drinking)... all of them gathered in the Survive Bar for one single reason. As the rumors grew and got terrifyingly big, they received a call. At last enters Kiryu Kazuma brandishing a note, something that might be even bigger than Hazz's plans:
To: The Dragon and others

This is a challenge to all of you. To the biggest wrestlers around Coolsville. If you're willing to defend the current rotten state of this business, then you shall face us. However, I'm afraid it would be pointless todo so, considering our immense strength. Our new promotion has some of the most talented people to ever step foot in a wrestling ring. We will eagerly await your decision.

- The Amon Clan
These old rivals of The Dragon have returned to take revenge to new heights by creating Amon Elite Wrestling. Though Coolsville might SUCK, they cannot allow them to take over the city, and its up to them to defend TFR's legacy from such a pissant fed. There's only a single place where this war will start and end: Coolsville Hills.

Wright's challenger is none other than the strongest among all of their ranks, and the very leader of the Amon; Chairman Amon Cawdy. AEW receives its third defeat, tying up the score.

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

Kyle Hyde wins, and he has to face the most dangerous of Amon's 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.

The Dark Web Rumble[edit | edit source]

Episode 6

Wright appears to report to Sminem that The Mystery Masters Kyle and Saihara found something about the Bogs, as they have bought "The Dark Web Rumble" and acquired the roster. Sminem decides to give some of the poor fires from the roster a TFR contract. Sminem also consults about sending a spy of their own, and that whatever happens, they can't lose this war.

Season 7[edit | edit source]

A dishonored lawyer and the right hand man of Sminem, he is part of The Mystery Masters along with Saihara Shuichi and the recently recruited Kyle Hyde, as well as TFR's General Manager.

Episode 1/TFR

Sminem convinces Wright that there's money to be made on HUNK, and to book him against Armstrong for the title.

However, Wright informs that Armstrong disappears, and Sminem luckily finds Rean to put against HUNK. However, something confuses Sminem about him, remarking that "He remembers?"

Episode 2/TFR

Sminem asks Wright about the spy, and Wright remarks that he infiltrated succesfully, but got his ass beat. Wright also remarks he got a contract for the experienced Ushiromiya Kinzo, but he only came with the condition his grandson Battler joined too. Wright feels weirded out by him, but Sminem assures him it's nothing.

Episode 3/TFR[edit | edit source]

Sminem congratulates Wright for his "lucky" win. Sminem notes it is quite suspicious the GM is getting these opportunities but Wright assures he's not involved with it. Wright also says he's found a new gimmick for the "cheater" Nero.

Episode 4/TFR

Even Sminem himself is getting suspicious of how Wright is handling things, but Wright says that HUNK is simply too powerful. Sminem also urges wright about the "special announcement".

Episode 5/TFR[edit | edit source]

THANK YOU WRIGHT
Leads the Draft Night on their side, with Nero being temporary GM to lead it for BCW. At the end of the night, he has Nero dragged away by security.

Episode 5/BCW

The Mystery Masters is drafted to BCW in an absolute play by Nero, so he quits to stay loyal to Sminem.

Episode 6/TFR[edit | edit source]

After he quit, some stranger by the name Furio Tigre took his place.

Off-Season 8[edit | edit source]

Non-Canon
GM Wright and GM Nero begin the wars of RAW vs Smackdown.

The Extinct Light[edit | edit source]

Wright is still missing even after all this time.

Episode 7

A trustworthy master sends his most loyal soldier to aid the heroes, thankful he always has his back but reassuring he'll be fine by himself.

In Coolsville Hills, Ushiromiya Battler, Agent 47, Chris Redfield, and his Therapist, along with certain three clowns lay waste to the horde of Blacked Security Guards. Above, one floor away from the top, Dante and Suou Tatsuya continue to ascend to reach The Black Knight causing this incident.

With just one floor to ascend, the place is distinctly devoid of security. Dante takes the moment to praise Tatsuya's fighting ability despite no in-ring experience, with Tatsuya also expressing confusion about the way his instincts just "take over", which makes Dante wonder if it's his "Devil Trigger" although Tatsuya doesn't have any demon ancestry. Waiting for them in front of the exit is the Blacked Prince, as Dante prepares to "settle the score" with the fast-paced action they're used to and leaves Tatsuya to move on ahead.

Ignoring how tired he is, Dante tries to taunt Dark Prince, but before he can even react, he is already behind him and receives a thousand fists, collapsing to the floor. Unbeknownst to Dante, Phoenix Wright was watching over him, taking the chance to step in and do things himself and asks of the Dark Prince a worthwhile match, although he praises him for doing well in looking after the place for "us", and now's his time to rest.

Down and out, Prince forgot one important thing... you've always gotta give the returning wrestler a rub. Wishing Tatsuya good luck, Wright steps aside and disappears from view just before Dante wakes up. Ready for round 2, Dante rushes to the Prince, only to already find him defeated. He can't believe he wasted a yellow orb for this...

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!

...fans all over the world are looking forward to tonight's main event; the first 6000000$ contract ever in a single installment! Many believe this is the last big payoff they'll ever see, as once the new economic system comes into effect, such huge money simply won't be worth as much anymore. But even that is worth considering, as only a few people in the world with the right connections can get their hands on those sums once the new system hits, such as our dear GM. It seems many people believe tonight's winner will be determined by their connections or sheer luck, but TFR still believes in strength and skill... in other words, neither of the competitors has any chance whatsoever (kind of a mood ruiner, but the general public doesn't know shit about wrestling, so some stuff has to be explained). Instead of another analysis of the matchup... produced by The Prison: A special presentation in honor of the 1300000 spankings our GM got! The man who brought you 'The Masterpiece'! Christopher Nolan!

Four Door
Mmmmmm door.

TFR/Season 8[edit | edit source]

With the loss of Wright's strategic vision, even despite the way he treated the talent, TFR's crumbling at the seams only hastens.

Episode 1

As Kyle deduces, the spiraling down that not only wrestling but Coolsville itself is quickly descending through can be traced to the poorly-understood actions of a man... Phoenix Wright.

In the past, Wright had been working on a secret pet-project whose existence, outside the Board of Directors, he vaguely hinted at to Kyle. With TFR quickly breaking down, the Board in a haste gives the task of carrying out that nearly-finished project draft to Kyle himself, much to the man's disdain. Kyle pondered about his relationship with Wright... he wishes he understood him as well as everyone thinks, but it couldn't be further from the truth.

Feats[edit | edit source]

  • Won 2 times in a row and stole Senator Armstrong's position as /v/ representative in the King of the Boards II.
  • FUCKING SWEPT AN ENTIRE 6-MAN MATCH WITH A LOT OF NOSTALGIC SYNCS!
  • Ranked 15th place in Season 7's Popularity Poll〈030 votes〉.
  • Going all the way through a 9-stages-of-hell in a finale.
  • Ranked 03rd place in Season 0's Popularity Poll〈110 votes〉.

Match History[edit | edit source]

Date Type Vs Result Records Singles Details
S1E5
Tornado-Tag
Elimination
The Mystery Masters, The Darkslayers, The Paranormal Patrol Win
W1 L0 1
1 0 P
Tag-Team The Therapy

The Mystery Masters

Lose
W1 L1 0
1 0 P
Iconic Match
Rise of the Mystery Masters

Note: Submission
NON-CANON
Elimination Chamber
  1. Leon Kennedy #3
  2. Boomer #4
  3. Mr. X #5
  4. Albert Wesker #6
  5. Vergil #1
  6. Phoenix Wright #2
Lose Note: Bighead mode
S1E6
Tag-Team The Mystery Masters

Champions The Gym

Lose
W1 L2 -1
1 1 P
For Title: /v/ Tag Team

Support: Saihara Shuichi

S1E7
Royal Rumble
S1E7§ROYAL RUMBLE
Full List
Lose
W1 L3 -2
1 1 P
Iconic Match

For Title: /v/ #1 Contender
S1E8
Supporting Ushiromiya Battler
Iconic Match
Battler Can Win
S2E1
Tag-Team
Elimination
The Mystery Masters

Boglogical Weapons

Win
W2 L3 -1
1 1 P
S2E3
Supporting Ushiromiya Battler
Iconic Match
MITB Qualifier: Holy Magic is Real

For: MITB Qualifier
S2E4
Fatal-4-Way Big Smoke, Kinzo Ushiromiya, Rando, Phoenix Wright Lose
W2 L4 -2
2 2 P
For Title: King of Jobbers #1 Contender
S2E6
NON-CANON
Royal Rumble
S2E6§#BONUS: Not-so Big Headed Royal Rumble
Full List
Lose
S2E7
Triple-Threat
Tornado-Tag
The Mystery Masters, Agents of Payne, FOOTBALL Win
W3 L4 -1
4 2 P
Iconic Match
The Masters of Payne have an Announcement

For Title: /v/ Tag-Team #1 Contenders
S2E9
Tag-Team Champions The Bakers

The Mystery Masters

Win
W4 L4 0
5 2 P
For Title: /v/ Tag Team

Support: Saihara Shuichi

S2E12
The Mystery Masters

The Gym

Lose
W4 L5 -1
5 2 P
For Title: /v/ Tag Team
S3E7
Tornado-Tag The Fuckheads, The Bakers, The Mystery Masters Win
W5 L5 0
6 ~2 P

For Title: /v/ Tag Team #1 Contenders

S3E8
Tag-Team Maximillion Pegasus, Manny Pardo, Killer2

Chris Redfield, Fred Jones, The Mystery Masters

Lose 「Champions vs. Contenders」
Note: The match turned into a first pin win despite OP showing the rules stated eliminations, so Raidou had to summon Mandom again.
Tag-Team
Elimination
Lose
W5 L6 -1
~6 ~3 P
「Champions vs. Contenders」
S3E9
Tag-Team The Mystery Masters

Champions Killer2

Lose
W5 L7 -2
~6 ~4 P

For Title: Tag Team /v/

S3E3.1
Supporting Ushiromiya Battler
Iconic Match
Final Rumble of Sorcerer and Assassin
S4E2
Kazuma Kiryu, Phoenix Wright, Senator Armstrong, Duke Nukem Lose
W5 L8 -3
~6 ~5 P
Iconic Match
The Representative Turnabout
「King of the Ring Board Tournament」
→/v/ Qualifiers
Senator Armstrong Win
W6 L8 -2
~7 ~5 P
W1 L0 1
1 0 P
Iconic Match
The Representative Turnabout

Note: Did so well OP gave him another chance for the /v/ KoTR position.
Backstage Brawl Win
W7 L8 -1
~8 ~5 P
W2 L0 2
1 0 P
Iconic Match
The Representative Turnabout
「King of the Ring Board Tournament」
→/v/ Qualifiers

Note: Made it and stole Armstrong's position in the KoTR.

S4E3
Cam On Ingurland Lose
W7 L9 -2
~8 ~6 P
W2 L1 1
1 1 P
「King of the Ring Board Tournament」
→Pre-Qualifiers
S4E6
Elimination Chamber Tohru Adachi, Agent 47, Terry Davis, Phoenix Wright, Bane, Mr. America Win
W8 L9 -1
~8 ~11 P
Iconic Match
The Chamber Turnabout

Note: Winner gets to choose his partner for next Tag Team title match.

Note: Wright committed a MASSACRE while anons sent all the previous OP songs.

S4E7
Tag-Team The Court

The Sons of Sparda

Win
W9 L9 0
~8 ~11 P
For Title: /v/ Tag Team
S4E9
Extreme Rules Prototype K-00 Lose
W9 L10 -1
~8 ~12 P
W2 L2 0
1 2 P
War of the Prototypes
Note: 6th victory for the Prototypes.
S4E9.5
NON-CANON
Royal Rumble
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 『Christmas Special』
Game: WWE 2K20
S4E11
Triple-Threat
Tag-Team
TV World Fools, The Mystery Masters, Champions The Court Win
W10 L10 0
~9 ~12 P
For Title: /v/ Tag Team
S5E2
Miles Edgeworth Lose
W10 L11 -1
~9 ~13 P
W2 L3 -1
1 3 P
Lawyer Rivalry
For: Immunity×1
S5E4
Tohya Hachijo, Shuichi Saihara, Kyle Hyde, Phoenix Wright Win
W11 L11 0
~10 ~13 P
Mystery Masters, Free-for-All
For: Immunity×1
S5E6
Tag-Team The Court

Raymond Shields & Winston Payne

Lose
W11 L12 -1
~10 ~14 P
Rivals of Law
For: Immunity×1
S5E8
The Court, Raymond Shields, Winston Payne

Drake Bell, Josh Peck, Brendan Fraser, ZUN

Win
W12 L12 0
~10 ~14 P
Dolls Teaming Up
For: Immunity×1
S5E12
Royal 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
W12 L13 -1
~10 ~14 P
The Final Rumble
For: Becoming Mr. BANS' vessel

Elimination №8

S6E14
NON-CANON
Tag-Team
The Mystery Masters

The Sons of Sperdo

Win
S6E15.5
NON-CANON
Tornado-Tag
Elimination
Falls Count Anywhere
The U.S.S.

The Mystery Masters

Lose Rokkenjimania II
For Title: NXT Tag-Team

Note: VECTOR and Ghost performed an incredible combo move on Saihara.

The Mystery Masters

The Chads

Lose Rokkenjimania II
For Title: NXT Tag-Team #1 contenders
NON-CANON
Royal Rumble
Full List Lose Rokkenjimania II
NON-CANON
Ironman 20'
Supporting Ushiromiya Battler
NON-CANON
S6E17
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
W12 L14 -2
~10 ~14 P
For Title: /v/ #1 Contender

Elimination №13

S7E1
Tag-Team The Sparda Bloodline (Nero)

The Mystery Masters (Phoenix Wright)

Lose
W12 L15 -3
~10 ~15 P
For Titles: /v/ Tag Team

Support: Saihara Shuichi & Kyle Hyde

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
NC For Titles: /v/ #1 Contender

Note: Rumble crashed

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
NC
10-Man Royal Rumble
"10"
  1. Chad
  2. Central
  3. Big Smoke
  4. Jonesy
  5. Geralt of Rivia
NC
Battle Royal Central, Jonesy, Geralt of Rivia, Chris Redfield, Akasaka Mamoru, Saihara Shuichi, Bolo Reynolds, Phoenix Wright Win
W13 L15 -2
~10 ~15 P
For Title: /v/ #1 Contender
S7E3
HUNK Lose
W13 L16 -3
~10 ~16 P
W2 L4 -2
1 4 P
For Title: /v/
S7E4
2/3 Falls Nero (0-2) Win
W14 L16 -2
~12 ~16 P
W3 L4 -1
3 4 P
Support: Bolo Reynolds, Ushiromiya Battler, Roman Reigns
Tag-Team
Handicap
Nero
Phoenix Wright, Bolo Reynolds, Roman Reigns
Win
W15 L16 -1
~12 ~16 P
S7E7
Kido Reiji Win
W16 L16 0
~13 ~16 P
W4 L4 0
4 4 P
OS7E8
NON-CANON
Royal Rumble
Full List Lose Popularity Poll Rumble」
Place: 15th〈30 votes〉
S0E1
Maximillion Pegasus Lose
W16 L17 -1
~13 ~17 P
W4 L5 -1
4 5 P
For Title: /v/ #1 Contendership
Royal Rumble Full List Lose
W16 L18 -2
~13 ~17 P
For Title: TFR
S0E2
Drake Bell Lose
W16 L19 -3
~13 ~17 P
W4 L6 -2
4 5 P
Note: Wright didn't show up to the match and was DQ'd by count-out.
S0E6
Mid Show Lose
W16 L20 -4
~13 ~18 P
W4 L7 -3
4 6 P
S0E8
The Janitor Lose
W16 L21 -5
~13 ~19 P
W4 L8 -4
4 7 P
S0E9
Dr. Piccolo Lose
W16 L22 -6
~13 ~20 P
W4 L9 -5
4 8 P
S0E11
Amami Rantaro Lose
W16 L23 -7
~13 ~21 P
W4 L10 -6
4 9 P
S0E12
Tag-Team
Elimination
The Mystery Masters

Vitalik & The U.S.S.

Lose
W16 L24 -8
~13 ~22 P
Iconic Match
Vs. Vitalik Buterin, TFR's General Manager & The U.S.S.
S0E13
Ironman 30'
Extreme Rules
God's Fury (2-4) Win
W17 L24 -7
~17 ~24 P
W5 L10 -5
8 11 P
Stage: Coolsville Volcano
S0E14
Nine Circles of Hell
Backstage Brawl
Mid Show Lose
W17 L25 -8
~17 ~24 P
W5 L11 -6
8 11 P
LIMBO
Wright Mid Show
0 1

Note: Uses a fucking extinguisher on Phoenix, holy shit the symbolism.

Nine Circles of Hell
Submission
Win
W18 L25 -7
~17 ~24 P
W6 L11 -5
8 11 P
LUST
Wright Mid Show
1 1

Note: Fight starts in the ramp.

Nine Circles of Hell
Tables
2/3 Falls
Mid Show (1-2) Win
W19 L25 -6
~17 ~24 P
W7 L11 -4
8 11 P
GLUTTONY
Wright Mid Show
2 1
Nine Circles of Hell
Ladder
Mid Show Win
W20 L25 -5
~17 ~24 P
W8 L11 -3
8 11 P
GREED
Wright Mid Show
3 1
Nine Circles of Hell
Extreme Rules
2/3 Falls
Mid Show (2-1) Lose
W20 L26 -6
~18 ~26 P
W8 L12 -4
9 13 P
ANGER
Wright Mid Show
3 2
Nine Circles of Hell
Hell-in-a-Cell
KO

2/3 Falls

Mid Show (2-0) Lose
W20 L27 -7
~18 ~26 P
W8 L13 -5
9 13 P
HERESY
Wright Mid Show
3 3
Nine Circles of Hell
First-Blood
Mid Show Lose
W20 L28 -8
~18 ~26 P
W8 L14 -6
9 13 P
VIOLENCE
Wright Mid Show
3 4
Nine Circles of Hell
Steel Cage Escape
Win
W21 L28 -7
~18 ~26 P
W9 L14 -5
9 13 P
FRAUD
Wright Mid Show
4 4
Nine Circles of Hell
Tag-Team
Phoenix Wright w/ Hell Overseer

The Mid Show w/ Hell Overseer

Win
W22 L28 -6
~19 ~26 P
W10 L14 -4
10 13 P
-Iconic Match-
TREACHERY
Wright Mid Show
5 4
S0EX
Amon Cawdy Win
W23 L28 -5
~20 ~26 P
W11 L14 -3
11 13 P
Stage: Top of Coolsville Hills
TFR AEW
3 3
Royal Rumble Full List Lose
W23 L29 -6
~20 ~26 P
For: Facing the Amon's secret weapon
2/3 Falls
Extreme Rules
Kyle Hyde (0-2) Win
W24 L29 -5
~22 ~26 P
W12 L14 -2
13 13 P
Stage: Top of Coolsville Hills As: Amon Phoenix
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OS8E2
NON-CANON
Tag-Team
The Mystery Masters

Weedman & The Other Weedman

Lose Rokkenjimania III』– Rokkenjima Tournament Arc
→Pre-Quarterfinals
NON-CANON
Tornado-Tag
The Mystery Masters

Shaggy Rogers & Scooby

Win Rokkenjimania III』– Rokkenjima Tournament Arc
Losers' Round 1←
NON-CANON
Tornado-Tag
Tables
Elimination
The Mystery Masters

Scrimblo & Bimblo

Lose Rokkenjimania III』– Rokkenjima Tournament Arc
Losers' Round 2←
NON-CANON
Handicap
Saihara Shuichi
The Mystery Masters & Steve
Win Rokkenjimania III』– Rokkenjima Restoration Arc
NON-CANON
Tag-Team
The Mystery Masters

The Agents of Payne

Win Rokkenjimania III』– The Final Arc
OS8E3
NON-CANON
Royal Rumble
Full List Lose Popularity Poll Rumble」
Place: 03rd 〈110 votes〉
NON-CANON
Tag-Team
Elimination
Ushiromiya Battler, Phoenix Wright, Sinbad

My Movie

Win
OS8E7
Royal Rumble Full List Lose
W24 L30 -6
~22 ~26 P
For Title: /v/ World #1 Contender
OS8E9
Full List Lose
W24 L31 -7
~22 ~26 P
OS8E23
NON-CANON Johnny Knoxville Win 「2K22 Universe Mode」
Ushiromiya Battler Lose
Iconic Match

「2K22 Universe Mode」


Note: Kyle had fake run in to distract Wright
OS8E36
NON-CANON
Tables
5-way
Phoenix Wright, Lucid, Boomer, Apollo Justice, Kiryu Kazuma Lose Rokkenjimania IV』– Tables Arc
→Round 1
NON-CANON
First-Blood
Elimination
Laius Thorden, Ushiromiya Battler, Chris Redfield, Maximillion Pegasus, Johnny Knoxville, Phoenix Wright, Jayden, Ooishi Kuraudo Lose Rokkenjimania IV』– Blood Arc
→Semifinals
OS8E39
NON-CANON Francis York Morgan Win Stage: North Pole
OS8E41
NON-CANON
Tag-Team
Elimination
Team Leon S. Kennedy, Ushiromiya Battler, Dante, Suou Tatsuya

Team Chris Redfield, Agent 47, Phoenix Wright, Kiryu Kazuma

Lose
Iconic Match
Showdown of Protagonists
TFR's 4th Anniversary
Game: WWE 2K19
OS8E45
Dante, George Jackman, Ushiromiya Battler, Wayne

Phoenix Wright, Chris Redfield, Maximillion Pegasus, Majima Goro

Lose
OS8E49
NON-CANON Power Win Game: WWE 2K23

Referee: Saihara Shuichi

NON-CANON
Fatal-4-Way
Extreme Rules
Phoenix Wright, Raiden, Central, Zeke Yeager Lose Referee: Saihara Shuichi
NON-CANON
Tag-Team
Roger Retinz & Kotomine Kirei

Phoenix Wright & Nero

Lose Referee: Saihara Shuichi

For Title: World Tag-Team

OS8E51.1
NON-CANON Ryuki Kuruto Win 「2K23 GM MODE」
Note: ★½
NON-CANON
Royal Rumble
OS8E51.1§#TFR×G1 RUMBLE
Full List
Lose
OS8E51.3
NON-CANON
Tag-Team
Tables
Phoenix Wright & Johnny Cage

Groose & Kiryu Kazuma

Lose 「2K23 GM MODE」
Note: ★★★★
OS8E56
Colombo Spice Win
W25 L31 -6
~23 ~26 P
W13 L14 -1
14 13 P
『TFR Japan Tour Lost Tapes』
Royal Rumble
OS8E56§#TFR Japan Tour Lost Match #8
Full List
Lose
W25 L32 -7
~23 ~26 P
S7.5E7
Dark Prince Win
W26 L32 -6
~24 ~26 P
W14 L14 0
15 13 P
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

Match History/AA Rumble[edit | edit source]

Date Type Vs Result Records Singles Details
OS7E3
Tag-Team
Elimination
The Court

Fujodimes

Win
W1 L0 1
0 0 P
Falls Count Anywhere Dane Gustavia Win
W2 L0 2
1 0 P
W1 L0 1
1 0 P
Falls Count Full List Lose
W2 L1 1
1 0 P
OS7E5
Ladder Maya Fey Lose
W2 L2 0
1 0 P
W1 L1 0
1 0 P
OS7E7
Tag-Team W.A.A.

The Judges

Win
W2 L2 0
1 0 P
DQ: Hitting woman
Tag-Team
No-DQ
Win
W3 L2 1
2 0 P
OS7E8
Richard Wellington Win
W4 L2 2
3 0 P
W2 L1 1
2 0 P
S0E9
Tag-Team Edgeworth Law Offices

Wright Anything Agency

Lose
W4 L3 1
3 0 P
S0E9.1
Tag-Team
Ladder
Phoenix Wright, Athena Cykes, Naruhodou Ryuunosuke, Gregory Edgeworth

Maya Fey, Apollo Justice, Miles Edgeworth, Dick Gumshoe

Win
W5 L3 2
3 0 P

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Wright doesn't know the difference between a Ladder and Stepladder

Gallery[edit | edit source]

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