Sandro the Great

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A character from Heroes of Might & Magic series.

Skeleton Lives Matter[edit | edit source]

Wondering how to pay his aliments

An intensely power-driven and ambitious Lich, held down by poverty and his obligation to pay alimony.

TFR/Season 6[edit | edit source]

Seeking to extend his influence into wrestling and increase his power, joins TFR.

Episode 1

Is mistaken for Mr. BANS and assaulted by the head of security after being mistaken by an onlooker.

Episode 2

Sandro, who was attacked after being confused with "Mr. BANS", calls Necrodancer, whose "pure dimes" entrance got botched because they decided to debut him in a rumble, to form an alliance since the current level of skeleton racism in TFR is unacceptable (despite everyone having one inside them) and is on the verge of raiding the arena with his POWER LICHES if nothing changes soon. Thus, Necrodancer accepts, and they form an alliance that seeks to form a group that will defend undead so they can make an honest living in such unaccepting society that discriminates them just because they spite life. But not before Sandro has to pay his alimony first...

Episode 3

After Agent 48's execution for discovering their secret meeting sets things in motion, wrestlers discontent with TFR's current management ally with the followers of BANS, who will initiate and lead the Backstage Uprising.

Episode 4

Osama bin Laden and 1337 Crew prepare the bombs that Big Smoke and CJ set up which incapacitates over half the Locker Room.

Big Smoke, CJ, Dan Schneider & Hisoka are clearing the way to the GM Office for other rioters when Sakakura Juzo blocks the path, but they just ignore and walk past as Hisoka intercepts him. The rioters show up and make their demands against the cornered Hideo, making their desires known and booking their own matches. When Kirei asks who shall be the ones to stay behind in the office and keep control while the others participate in their matches, Big Smoke and CJ offer themselves, as well as Necrodancer and Sandro since they want to meet the production team and introduce them to some power liches. Kirei and the King of Hell meanwhile will stay in the security room overseeing everything.

While guarding the room, suddenly, in a flash of light, Hideo's savior knocks them all out and flies away with Hideo to "accomplish their mission and take the chosen ones to safety".

Eventually, they left with the rest of the rioters when Rumble-17 was about to reach it's critical moment.

Episode 10

12 years later, their crypt has grown in considerable size, and the SLM movement has grown in power as well (since the world is now a shithole filled with demons and undead). They serve the BANS Army dutifully by providing power liches and matching BGM.

Necrodancer, Sandro and CJ invade the Kings' central factory's broadcasting room to shut down the broadcast, but the nearby Robert and Arthas notice them along with the bored Suguri, but nobody should dare be bored near Sandro the Great's presence, because Necrodancer exclaims its time to dance.

After they are defeated and CJ insults Suguri, Rean Schwarzer shows up annoyed, whose mere presence makes them flee in terror.

Episode 15

When BANS Army is gathered in Coolsville Arena for the final clash of alignments, Sandro and Necrodancer are pissed off at being in another rumble.

Episode 16

When Sandro, CJ, Raiden, Emir and Elite C. plan to stop the kings' plan by enacting a bombing just like 12 years in the past, they are intercepted by Roger Retinz, Robert, Arthas and Kaz "Skeletor Disappearer" Miller, who promptly massacre them outside the camera, as to not lower the dimes.

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

A skeleton of great power and little financial status that seeks to conquer the world of the living.

Episode 55

Participates in the Bad to the Bone Tournament.

The Extinct Light[edit | edit source]

Continues to campaign for higher work rights for the deathly challenged.

Episode 2[edit | edit source]

As Central leaves the room with the representative of the TFR Board of Directors... Sandro enters. He had been called to formalize their decision of making him Head of Creative, so he has to sign a paper (which he hopes won't make him pay more alimony). Finally, skeletons will get the respect they deserve.

Like a good director, he comes up with his ideas on the spot, and so ss this new era of TFR begins, the fiercest warriors of TFR will gather into a huge tournament... The Berserker Brawl begins. Out of 8 pools of 4 each, 1 will advance to the main tournament, be it by defeat, injury, simply being too tired to go on, or even willingly giving up. But before anything, the first match a night that begins the bad to the bone era will be, accordingly, the bad to the bone championship...

Episode 5

The Berserker Brawl finally kicks off with such a prestigious title on the line. Fierce battles were had, and strong contestants (perhaps TOO strong to make it) fell one after the other, such as Potemkin and Mario. But the ones that made it where the ones that truly understood the tournament and showed everyone else what it's about, such as Dutch van der Linde and his plan, or Ryan Rave and Colombo Spice and the power of underestimation.

But most importantly everyone involved has proven that they got big guts. What happens next? That's the question everyone should be expecting, for many turns and twists may yet come before the very end.

It's time for the showdown!

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

While Nero is talking about his retirement from AEW, Sandro comes out to dunk on his speech.

TFR/Season 8[edit | edit source]

After his creative masterpiece was received poorly with it's both upset-like and predictable finale, Sandro left to spread his genius elsewere.

Episode 5

At AEW's first ever pay-per-view event, the Saihara Shuichi Memorial Event, Amakusa Juuza welcomes the great one who came up with great concepts such as the Berserker Brawl, Sandro The Great! Sandro steps out to a hotter crowd than he ever got (since he's used to dead crowds) and is happy to unleash a new era in AEW as the new Head of Creative! Back to Juuza, he's very proud to have indeed a great mind, for this is a card worthy of Saihara's legacy, and they already have a record breaking attendance for an AEW pay-per-view, and invites Sandro to start the show together.
Juuza & Sandro

Match History[edit | edit source]

Date Type Vs Result Records Singles Details
Sakakura Juzo Lose
W0 L1 -1
0 1 P
Note: Juzo's extreme prejudice against skeletons kicks off Skeleton Lives Matter movement
Tag-Team Walls of Hope

The Crypt

W0 L1 0
0 1 P
Note: The music department botched The Crypt's entrance
Arthas Menethil, Robert, Suguri

CJ & The Crypt

W0 L2 -1
0 2 P
Ooishi Kuraudo, Zoomer, Dr. Piccolo, Travis Touchdown, Nero, Sandro, Aleph, Gold Lose For Title: King of Noncanon #1 Contender
Royal Rumble
  1. Mario
  2. Galo
  3. Balthios James
  4. Fred Jones
  5. Dr. Piccolo
  6. Raiden
  7. Rance
  8. Bevi
  9. Fat Albert
  10. Geralt of Rivia
  11. Joshua Graham
  12. CJ
  13. Tyrone Ngubu
  14. Gene
  15. Dimitri Blaiddyd
  16. Demaro
  17. Aniki
  18. Roger Retinz
  19. Narushima Jakob
  20. Albus Bernstein
  21. Rean Schwarzer
  22. Narushima Koga
  23. Sandro
  24. Zoomer
  25. Kazuhira Miller
  26. Matador
  27. Van Darkholme
  28. Hell Biker
  29. Boomer
  30. Arthas Menethil
W0 L3 -2
0 2 P
For Title: /v/ #1 Contender

Elimination №: 20

NON-CANON The Necrodancer Win Rokkenjimania II
Royal Rumble
Full List
Lose Rokkenjimania III』– Past Rumble Arc
Game: WWE 2K19

Note: Season 6 save.

Extreme Rules
Chris Benoit Lose Game: WWE 2K23
Royal Rumble
Full List
Lose Game: WWE 2K23

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

Royal Rumble
Full List
W0 L4 -3
0 2 P
Iconic Match
For Title: Literal Jobber #2 Contender
Extreme Rules
Wayne, Sandro, Lucid, Saihara Shuichi Lose
W0 L5 -4
0 2 P
For: Rumble #30 spot
Royal Rumble
Full List
W0 L6 -5
0 2 P
For Title: TFR #1 Contender
Ruber, Dutch van der Linde, The Grinch, Max Payne

V, Sareth, Sandro, Chris Redfield

W1 L6 -4
0 2 P
「Contendership Clash Tournament」
→Round 1
Chris Redfield, Sandro, V

The Prince, Mario, Suou Tatsuya

W9 L8 1
4 4 P
「Contendership Clash Tournament」
→Round 2
Phosphophyllite & Lucid

Chris Redfield & Sandro

W10 L8 2
6 4 P
「Contendership Clash Tournament」
→Round 3
Chris Redfield Lose
W10 L9 1
6 5 P
W0 L2 -2
0 2 P
「Contendership Clash Tournament」
→Round 4

For Title: TFR #1 Contender

War Ring
Falls Count Anywhere
Extreme Rules
Colombo Spice, Roger Retinz, Zeke Yeager, Sandro, Adol Christin, Phosphophyllite NC
W10 L9 1
7 5 P
「Bad to the Bone Tournament」

Note: Crashed

Backstage Warfare
Colombo Spice, Roger Retinz, Sandro, Adol Christin, Phosphophyllite Win
W11 L9 2
10 5 P
「Bad to the Bone Tournament」
Vorgin Lose
W11 L10 1
10 6 P
W0 L3 -3
0 3 P
「Bad to the Bone Tournament」
Triple-Threat Colombo Spice, Sandro, Red Lose
W11 L11 0
10 7 P
For Title: Bad to the Bone #1 Contenders

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Fixed entrance = soulless.