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Said to have complete control over cryptocurrency.

Leader of the investigator group known as The Mystery Masters, he lead the main force against the Bogs' schemes, and his group continues to be an important part of TFR to this day.

The Boy who Saved the World[edit | edit source]

No one is sure who he is, or even WHAT he is. Despite being such a powerful individual, there's nothing Sminem enjoys more than peace, that's why he wishes to use his power over cryptocurrency to move the tides in favor of those in need. Now, Sminem has descended into TFR to bring peace and prosperity to this chaotic ring and end evil and lies once and for all.

TFR/Season 1[edit | edit source]

Sminem was a the most prominent character in the war against the bogs, even if he moved the strings from the sidelines, him and his group of mystery masters were the ones who moved the tides against the bogs from the shadows and helped greatly in defeating them.

Episode 1

In the first clash of FMS and NWF, Sminem allies himself with Leon S. Kennedy. His motives are as yet a mystery...

Episode 2

A week earlier, Sminem is shown telling it's creation, Mr. X, to distract Leon and Chris, so he can steal the Case.

Episode 5

Sminem, having been observing Battler Ushiromiya from the shadows, despite not being the hottest wrestler, senses great potential in him, both in wrestling and as an investigator. Sminem calls Battler and offers him to join his elite team of investigators, the Mystery Masters, a group of truth-loving individuals that are decided to stop anyone who lies and cheats in the sacred ring.

Episode 6

Battler's investigation on where the bogs have taken HUNK is not only correct, but the guy had already half-way escaped before Sminem's team even arrived! A quick call to Umbrella has them sending two special agents to pick him up.

Episode 7

And then his team is right again in finding the legendary case. Sminem decides that the most fair thing to do with it is have all the women seeking it fight for it in a match next week.

TFR/Season 2[edit | edit source]

After such incident, Sminem strengthens his foothold on the company so no other team may attempt to steal it again.

Episode 1

Sminem steps into the ring with his team of Mystery Masters and retells how they helped fight against the Bogs, but now a team of Boglogical Weapons left behind are planning to take action, and that Sminem himself will liberate them from the Bogs' control. And he does so, freeing Mr. DMX, Doctor Piccolo & Extra from the Bogs' influence.

Episode 2

"It's time for me to take a bow and let the world find it's destiny" ― Sminem

In the middle of the Todd conflict and the King of the Ring Board Tournament, Sminem reveals with an unknownphone call that hedecided to step off the scene, but not before he sells his spot in the tournament to a Strange Ill-looking Fellow. Sminem mentions "Taking a bow" and "Letting the world find it's destiny", and suggests that he wants to enjoy "while he can". May some thing cause our hero to be running out of time? Could Todd's power truly be enough to scare even Sminem himself?

TFR/Season 3[edit | edit source]

"For now, I'll enjoy myself...while I still can" ― Sminem, talking via phone with an unkown person

As of now he hasn't returned from his vacation.

Episode 9

Sminem cryptically appears on the Royal Rumble without rhyme or reason, but at least we know our boy is back.

TFR/Season 4[edit | edit source]

Strangely missing during the entire Kojima conflict.

Episode 8

Sminem returns in the middle of Kojima's shenanigans to reveal he had tricked him, but the completely mad writer sends him to the old universe to try and buy enough time for The Final Impact.

Episode 11

Wright, Sminem's most loyal knight, explains his whole plan. He knew that TFI was coming, and Kojima just turned out to be the one who was orchestrating it, another piece of the puzzle. His plan was always hiring whoever the one on Kojima's position was and destroying him from the inside. He had orchestrated everything for the end goal of saving TFR.

Non-Canon
On the event where Hachijo Tohya was defeated by Kojima's Improved HUNK and the situation turned hopeless, Sminem appears behind Kojima and draws him into the old universe at the same time as The Final Impact happens, sacrificing himself, but in the process bringing forth a miracle and bringing Ushiromiya Battler back.

TFR/Season 5[edit | edit source]

However, after Kojima's defeat, he vanished.

Episode 12[edit | edit source]

After BANS reveals himself to be none other than the remnants of Ushiromiya Battler, he explains his motives: He was betrayed, Sminem had appeared before his suffering and being tortured by Kojima, only to take The Focusing Stone and leave, leaving him to his eventual mindbreak and personality death. BANS also blames him of being part of something called Team Rumble, being in cahoots with The Bogdanoffs, and that he only knew the future because he orchestrated most events, and in fact, most of their suffering was his fault, with their ultimate goal to reset the universe.

However, as Saihara is holding it in The Final Trial, he is shown a different outcome, where Sminem sacrificed himself when Hachijo Tohya failed to defeat HUNK, the truth of these conflicting statements remains unknown...

Season 6[edit | edit source]

It is unknown what happened to Sminem, but some rumor he might have survived Rumble-17 and might have been working for or against The Three Kings.

TFR/Season 0[edit | edit source]

Sminem is an expert of cryptocurrency, as well as holding the highest seat in wrestling company The Final Rumble's board of directors. He entrusts the company to his General Manager, Vitalik Buterin, during his many long periods of absence.

Episode 6

Searching for Wright, Sminem shows up just in time before a group of Hobo Hunters lead by a some kid can beat him 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 they heard of him... as not long after, Kyle Hyde would find Sminem's body...

Episode 12[edit | edit source]

Wright's group falls before Vitalik's 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

Despite Saihara and Kyle's efforts to go with him, Wright is sure he must confront his brother alone, and Sminem encourages to follow his heart and make (w)right all the wrongs he's made.

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>.

The Dark Web Rumble[edit | edit source]

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.

TFR/Season 7[edit | edit source]

The CEO of The Final Rumble, who works with his underling, General Manager Phoenix Wright, to book the show.

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?", before leaving out a sigh of relief at the fact he's just Rean being Rean.

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

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.

During Akasaka's investigation, he mentions Sminem meeting with "shady people" to Date, but he comments that "anyone would seem shady compared to someone so powerful."

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 9

After The Bogdanoffs are captured at the end of the tournament for their conspiracy, Sminem manages to escape to destination unknown.

The Extinct Light[edit | edit source]

Remains in hiding with his whereabouts unknown.

Episode 5

A mysterious visitor questions Stork in his hospital room.

Episode 6

A certain trustworthy voice informs Suou Tatsuya to stay away from Coolsville Hills, and informs him of a rendezvous point, where Agent 47, Ushiromiya Battler, Dante, Kiryu Kazuma, and Chris Redfield also arrive after receiving a call. There, a subordinate Suit of the one that set up the operation explains the situation and its intricacies, giving them special clothing to resist The Black Knight's corrupting power to accomplish their mission.

Episode 7

A group of the best, that have what it takes. But... it's not enough, and there's no margin for risks. So, he must also head there, and needn't worry about safety, made sure it'll be safe after he left, although it is appreciated he had his back for so long. To save Coolsville. To stop this chaos. To save wrestling. But one more person is still missing, who should receive a call. Leon...........'s.

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

Non-Canon
"The Grand Weaver" Lightiplier announces it is now the beginning of our end... as tonight marks the start of the "Tournament Of Power", a battle for the very survival of all we know and love; only one of the timelines he has foreseen will make it out alive. As a General Manager, this is his time to shine, and he hopes everyone has said their goodbyes, because the only exit of the tournaments are the end or death. At least the food will be better than the rations outside in the chaotic city, so might as well die with a little pleasure! Introducing the captains of each team: "The King of Kings" Ryback, "The Hope of Resistance" Sminem, and "The Backbone of this Show", Cum Bucket!

Feats[edit | edit source]

  • Defeating the Bogs, saving the world from leading into the Off-Season 1 timeline
  • Freeing the Boglogical Weapons from the mind conditioning of The Bogs
  • Tricking Kojima and saving TFR once again.

Match Record[edit | edit source]

Date Type Vs Result Records Singles Details
S1E1
Royal Rumble ??? NC Note: Crashed when he entered
Tag-Team
Elimination
Chris Redfield, Boomer, Albert Wesker

The Paranormal Patrol, Sminem

Lose
W0 L1 -1
0 1 P
S1E1.5
NON-CANON
Royal Rumble
Explosive Wire D.match
S1E1.5§ROYAL RUMBLE
Full List
Lose Game: MDickie MPire
NON-CANON
2/3 Falls
Explosive Wire D.match
Supporting Mr. DMX
S2E1
The Mystery Masters

Boglogical Weapons

Win
W1 L1 0
1 1 P
S3E3.1
NON-CANON V Win Note: Softened V with a Bitcoin Dropkick and finished him with a Stock Bottom.
S3E6
NON-CANON

Match Wheel


Extreme Rules
Sminem, Yu Narukami, Grichka Bogdanoff, Nagito Komaeda, Arthur Morgan Lose
Yu ➡ Grichka

Note: Sminem's theme was replaced by Jacket's.

S3E9
Royal Rumble
[30]
Wrestlers
  1. Doomguy
  2. Raiden (MK)
  3. Zeke Yeager
  4. G-Man
  5. Sminem
  6. Gene
  7. Marco Rossi
  8. DELTA
  9. Sou Yaguruma
  10. Raidou Kuzunoha the XIV
  11. Edward Richtofen (Ultimis)
  12. Van Darkholme
  13. Jeff Mangum
  14. Louis
  15. Tatsuya Suou
  16. Rando
  17. Bane
  18. V
  19. Nagito Komaeda
  20. /v/-tan
  21. Joshua Graham
  22. Doctor Piccolo
  23. Tsukasa Kadoya
  24. Drake Bell
  25. Kaname Date
  26. Chosen Hunter
  27. Dutch Van Der Linde
  28. Vergil
  29. Big Show
  30. Rance
Lose
W1 L2 -1
1 1 P
For Title: /v/ Contenders
S5E5
NON-CANON HUNK Win
S6E15.5
NON-CANON
Handicap
OP
The Bogdanoffs & Sminem
Win Rokkenjimania II
OS7E1
NON-CANON
Royal Rumble
Full List Lose Game: 2K18
OS8E2
NON-CANON
2/3 Falls
Christian (0-2) Win Rokkenjimania III』– Rokkenjima Restoration Arc

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • May be the leader of 50 Blessings.

Gallery[edit | edit source]

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