Samurai Flamenco

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Main character from Samurai Flamenco.

The Difference Between Stupidity And Justice Is Paper Thin![edit | edit source]

A model who has secretly always loved superheroes. When his grandfather passed away, he decided to put on the suit he had made and turn into the hero of the story he used to make for him him: Samurai Flamenco!

TFR/Season 6[edit | edit source]

Seeing the injustice in the ruined world led Hazama to want to become a hero against those who create death and chaos. For his shining example of hope, The Three Kings allowed him the honor of retaining his life and participating in the King of the Boards III.

Episode 7

Teaming up with another heroic youth who wanted to change how people perceived them, debuted together with Kamille Bidan.

They defeat some of Law's strongest and ugliest competitors.

Episode 10

Defeated by kino.

TFR/Season 8[edit | edit source]

Seeing the current state of the city and it's people, Hazama decided a hero needed to be born to defeat the darkness!

Episode 1

The preliminary step of "Tough Enough" is the interview, in person with the project manager and Head of Talent Relations, Kyle Hyde.

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.

Episode 3

Producer Roger 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 Jingu Yugo & Phi 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 Hyde 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 just wants to see a flat back. Reize does 4 fast bumps, which 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.

Episode 4

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:
The time has come for me to finally expose myself.

My true colors shall be revealed.

For I am not satisfied with how things have been going lately.

There is only one way this can go from here on out.

Only one path leads to justice. And it's...


I will face off against my greatest foe yet.

Against the man who has ruined TV for everyone.

Against his Highness... Reize.

In an all-out, no-holds-barred fight... It ends tonight!

Till death do us part, we shall battle.

As partners in crime... We shall part ways.

This is goodbye.
Somewhat impressive to the judges.

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.

Episode 5[edit | edit source]

El Flojo (Samurai Flamenco)'s Entrance

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:

Samurai Flamenco will get to keep his face covered, as "El Flojo" that is, a future legend of Lucha Libre.

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.

Episode 6

It's another earth-shattering edition of Tough Enough, but this time, Retinz announces that the audience will finally get what they've been waiting for: classic, one-on-one wrestling! The winner of each match shall be awarded with two points, along with the four rookies at the top of the poll also accruing points. Sadly, through no fault of his own, Narushima Koga won't be competing, so he'll be awarded a pity point and still be able to participate in the poll. As a final note, some of the best in the TFR locker room will be watching those matches backstage, because they'll each be picking one competitor to mentor for future challenges! Without further ado, the bell rings!

Chai and Reize put on something, it can't be called a match and it can't be explained with words, but someone pinned another so it was something. Boogie and Ricky put on an actual match, which sadly hit the audience wrongly after the crazefest that came before. Samflam and Gregson also go a little crazy but more choreographed and with some nice spots. And finally, Tatsuya and Mechazawa go extreme but in a good way that impresses the audience.

Mechazawa goes first along with the victory bonus, reaching an impressive 12 points. Tatsuya from the same match gets second and is up to 8 pts. Gregson is third and with the bonus goes to 5 pts. And last also from the same match is Samurai Flamenco, now with 7 pts. With the bonus, Chai gets to 6 pts. Boogie gets the victory bonus for his first 2 pts. And with his pity point, Koga is at 6 pts.

Episode 7

Another week, another time for the moment the audience has been watering their mouth for: Tough Enough! Last week they demonstrated their ring prowess, now mentors will choose their disciples! Without further ado, Retinz will introduce them...

A harbinger of JUSTICE, George Jackman could not see himself picking anyone but the real Samurai among them, who much like him has studied the Katana (he doesn't actually have one...), and calls that shounen to protect the world together!

Now, to test the chemistry, Retinz announces three tornado matches, winners will get 2 points, and the audience will yet again vote on the top 4.

Boogie went above and beyond his master by singlehandedly winning the HiaC, and for that got both the victory and the first place in voting, totaling in 6 pts. The Samurai of Justice demonstrated their bushido and might, getting the victory and second place for a shocking 12 pts. Koga is third and ranks up to 8 pts. And Kyle's disciple Chai gets the last point, up to 7 pts. For grabbing the top of the ladder, Ricky also got his first 2 pts.

Episode 9

With TFR being finally back, Tough Enough is as well, and Retinz welcomes the audience to this long-awaited edition! They've already explored vital aspects that constitute a star, but now they'll navigate into uncharted waters: The participants will collaborate with their mentors not in the ring, but in creating music! Music can be key in a wrestler's presentation, sometimes even getting over just due to it (like a certain Snorious example). They have some very talented staff, so their challenge is helping them come up with a new theme song―will they be able to keep it? That's up to creative, but for tonight all goes! Jingu isn't a music instructor, but even he is excited to see what they can make.

Samurai Flamenco thinks he won't be able to surpass La Parka's "Thriller", but Jackman's got the perfect idea of a song telling the story of the modern samurai!

After debuting their songs, Tough Enough participants are made to contest in the rumble for MITB, with the stipulation that if they make it to the last 5 they'll win 2 additional points, and another 2 if they win the rumble itself. Only Samurai Flamenco lasts until the Top 4. Tatsuya's "From the world I've left behind" is ranked as the #1 hit, gaining 5 pts and jumping to the top of the rankings with 14pts. After boogie'ing it up, "Boogie Woogie FUCK U" gets Boogie 4 points, up to 12 total. The bussin' songs of Koga prove straight FIRE as he's third, going up to 11pts. Disco revives with "The Lawyer's Groove" and Gregson's score slightly as well making it up to 7pts. For his rumble performance, Samurai Flamenco ranks up to 14pts with 2 bonus points.

And... although not a participant, Agent 47 would get the last point if he was able to, making the tragic score of Reize remain at zero after not even being able to accrue one single point in the entire tournament.

Match History[edit | edit source]

Date Type Vs Result Records Singles Details
Tag-Team Team Hole in Two

The Gundamengers

W1 L0 1
0 0 P
Royal Rumble
  1. Kamille Bidan
  2. Nagisa Kaworu
  3. Angry Video Game Nerd
  4. Novislav Djajic
  5. Proto Man
  6. Big Knife Manju
  7. Aulus
  8. Gaius
  9. Obi-Wan Kenobi
  10. Erwin Smith
  11. Ilya Kuvshinov
  12. Phosphophyllite
  13. Scooby
  14. Big Man Tyrone
  15. H. P. Lovecraft
  16. Syobon
  17. Andrew Dobson
  18. Alberto Barbosa
  19. Sheev Palpatine
  20. Abby Armstrong
  21. Kino Punch
  22. Donovan
  23. Stu Pickles
  24. Pink Gril
  25. Maximillion Pegasus
  26. Arino Shinya
  27. Zodiac Killer
  28. This Man
  29. Zyzz
  30. Hazama Masayoshi
NON-CANON Senator Armstrong Lose
Tag-Team Bury Kino Team

The Gundamengers

W1 L1 0
0 0 P
Royal Rumble
  1. Angry Video Game Nerd
  2. Louis
  3. Hachijo Tohya
  4. Edward Richtofen (Primis)
  5. Hazama Masayoshi
  6. This Man
  7. Terry Davis
  8. Drake Bell
  9. Kino Punch
  10. Dan Schneider
  11. Pink Gril
  12. Agent 6 Gorillion
  13. Garcian Smith
  14. Agent 47
  15. Extra
  16. Big Knife Manju
  17. Ushiromiya Battler
  18. Phosphophyllite
  19. Travis Touchdown
  20. Ilya Kuvshinov
  21. The Prince of Persia
  22. Date Kaname
  23. Nagisa Kaworu
  24. Tony Hawk
  25. Triple H '01
  26. Majima Goro
  27. Andrew Dobson
  28. H. P. Lovecraft
  29. Kiryu Kazuma
  30. The Demon of Debt
Lose Elimination #2
Gregson Lose
W1 L2 -1
0 1 P
W0 L1 -1
0 1 P
「Tough Enough STAGE 4」
The Samurai of Justice, Narushima Koga & Agent 47, Reize Seatlan & Rean Schwarzer Win
W2 L2 0
0 1 P
Note: Samurai Flamenco gets 2 Pts