Zeke Yeager

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"If we'd never been born in the first place...we never would have had to suffer, either." ― Zeke's salvation, aka Zeke uses his Big IQ Brain to determine that Sex = Bad

A character from Shingeki no Kyojin.

Titanic Monkey Trouble[edit | edit source]

Son of Grisha Yeager and Dina Fritz (of royal blood), he learnt from his parents that the oppressed people of Eldia weren't the demons depicted to be, but oppressed victims, all this because his parents were Eldian Restorationists. On the other hand, whenever they were occupied with their plans to overthrow the Marlyan goverment, he spent time with his grandparents who told that Eldians committed grave sins to all of humanity. His parent expected great things from him, as a soldier, since he was put into the Warrior Candidate Program for Eldian children, however, he did poorly, and that only distanced him more from his parents. When he heard that the search from the Marlayan Army of the resistance members was near complete, he was horrified to the idea of dying by the titans, so he forced himself to snitch on his parents to survive.

After years, he finally understand that all his suffering only came from the fact of being alive, so then he had the idea that if the Founding Titan can control al Descendants of Ymir to the last cell of their body, he can turn them all sterile and avoid further suffering in the world.

TFR/Season 3[edit | edit source]

His plan to save the Eldians of suffering and become the head moderator of r/antinatalism begins.

Hearing of Leon's Nut he must of mistaken him for an Eldian after hearing of his "Titanic Balls", and has come al the way from Eldia and Marley to here, seeking to destroy the nut before another being can suffer being alive.

Episode 5

First, he was to need funding for his plans to destroy childbirth, and went on a match for the million dollar title. However, once again he was defeated.

Episode 6

Hearing of the legend of the The Holy Belt, Zeke puts his sights on getting all the belts one by one, so he can finally accomplish his goal of preventing more suffering in this world.

Seeing his dream in ruins, he left to try and find this "Founding Titan" power to stop the suffering in the world.

TFR/Season 5[edit | edit source]

He may or may not be the man pictured here

After experiencing all the hurting of living, Zeke has returned, and decided will euthanize his own people, so he seeks the power of the Holy Belt to do so.

TFR/Season 6[edit | edit source]

After the death game, Zeke doubles his efforts towards a passive genocide.

Episode 1[edit | edit source]

Teams up with the clown of seinen.

Episode 2[edit | edit source]

Shows up to a tables match in a monkey costume against Joe Tazuna.

Episode 4[edit | edit source]

Died during RUMBLE-17 like a cuck.

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

The leader of a global internet community of antinatalist groups.

While at first opposed to his brother's ideals, Zeke wants nothing more but for his brother to approve of his plans to throw every Eldian baby into a bin, and believes he can eventually convince him to see reason. To that extent, Zeke joins his brother as being part of his Yeagerists army.

Episode 50[edit | edit source]

With the ideals of antinatalism and lacrosse combined, The Yeagerists step forward to claim the newly created TFR Tag-Team Championship for themselves against Donte and Vorgin, invariably accomplishing their plan.

Episode 54

But a group of maddened animal freaks took the belts from them.

Episode 55

Participates in the Bad to the Bone Tournament.

The Extinct Light[edit | edit source]

I Paid For His Very Expensive Treatment

After his brother's disappearance, he would see to it that the Yeagerists ideals were put to good use...

Episode 1 becoming an internet celebrity. Creating the content channel "Mr. Beast", he used the money he earned from it to help people achieve their dreams.

In the most recent case, helping Albert Wesker by paying for his experimental melanin therapy as the first man to ever receive it, and also hooking him up with his "expert friend" Samuel Oak, while his previous doctor went on to work on a new wonderdrug. Oak believes they should speed up the process by going from a few micrograms of "experimental melanin" per day to several grams. With another life changed, Zeke faces the camera and congratulates the "melanin donors" which they received through their friends at Gas Chamber, and urges the audience to check them out, and their sick beats too!

TFR/Season 8[edit | edit source]

While wishing to bring the Yeagerist ideals to the highest place possible, it was clear he wasn't the best candidate as a leader, as he didn't have the right 'figure' for it despite the motivational power his speeches. But in due time, the perfect possible next leader showed up...

Episode 2





The Yeagerists gather and chant at their base, the Coolsville Stadium, as their leader arrives. The original leader and founder had gone missing sometime ago, and it's most notable member Rando quickly rose to the position. Accompanying him is as always Zeke Yeager, not only his second-in-command but mouthpiece at all times. Zeke's speech about staying together against TFR's evil menace goes on... since he doesn't have reach or appeal outside the group, his speeches are mostly destined towards firing up their supporters, while Maebara Keiichi works out Public Relations outside the group. At the end, through the fervent roaring of the stadium, Zeke asks everyone to move on with their routine as it's time for the scheduled meeting between leaders.

Under the stadium, Zeke gets the meeting started. Arthur Morgan, their embedded informant, reports TFR has a new program called "Tough Enough", and through his connections and some digging around has acquired the participants list. This leak will prove itself a giant weakness, and they'll expose the corruption with a well-produced video; Keiichi will write the script, and Ame will present it in a convincing way to the audience. The information itself, presents two candidates as very suspicious: first is Reize Seatlan, his wealthy father has made several donations to TFR, and then got a special spot on the show. Second and more important, the person known as Chinman is related to someone influential of a different variety: his legal guardian, Kiryu Kazuma, is a legend of the underworld, a very dangerous man who put many through a lot of pain. Although Keiichi understands the first point, he had to say something about the second; Shion and Mion have said nothing but good things about the guy. But Zeke argues he must've deceived them for he's nothing but a hard-boiled gangster, and Ruber claims his actions puts most of the people of the underworld he knows to shame... Keiichi finds it hard to argue against experts like Zeke when Ruber sides with him, and begins doubting if there's not more than meets the eyes to Kiryu. With the meeting concluded, Zeke counts on the tasked ones to deliver the truth.

Episode 6

While filming sights from Ingerland with his camera crew, Zeke notices Maximillion Pegasus and heads to his direction. He introduces the "TFR Phenom himself" to the camera before introducing himself as "Mr. Beast". Pegasus can't say he's heard of a Mr. Beast, but Kaiba mentions he runs a massive channel aimed at kids, and to be wary of what he says. On the other hand, he knows about Zeke Yeager himself, part of TFR from the earliest days before a TV deal... he keeps tabs on all old talent, after all. Zeke overheard him before about taking the open challenge, and he is in fact collaborating with the local promotion and grabbing scenic views for a nice intro since it's his homeland too. An old timer and from this place? Pegasus is overjoyed, but Zeke modestly says he was nobody back in TFR and offers Pegasus to collaborate on the video, but since he's busy 'visiting an old friend', Zeke gets back to work.

Episode 10

In town, Zeke comes across Pegasus again, assuming he must have liked the land, and although Pegasus agrees it's a nice place, it's put him through the kind of hard time that has him reevaluating his perceptions and values, and even his entire life. After hearing that, Zeke offers to help since there's this new venture he's investing on, but Pegasus fundamentally rejects the offer since this is task he needs to tackle head-on. Zeke is disappointed, but on the meantime says he'll be on his way to his next destination, since he's recording videos all over the world, although hectic, had him deal with and learn from all sorts of locals and things. Just then "Erwin Smith II" passes by with Zeke's crew, enraging Pegasus at the mere sight, which prompts Zeke to explain they hired him since they were short on staff―their production is global so they need a lot of people, and local talent is a perfect fit so they hire a ton of it. Either way, Zeke notices how dedicated Pegasus is to Erwin, and wonders where it'll take him next, saying a quick goodbye and leaving. From Zeke's words, Pegasus births an idea: maybe what Ryuki needs is exactly that sort of worldly learning.

Match History[edit | edit source]

Date Type Vs Result Records Singles Details
NON-CANON John Bradford Win Game: Fire Pro Wrestling World

As: Titan Zeke

Ladder Zoomer, The Janitor, Drake Bell, Mastema, Zeke Yeager Lose
W0 L1 -1
0 0 P
For Title: Million Dollars
Falls Count Anywhere
V, Zeke Yeager, Fred Jones, Serge Lose
W0 L2 -2
0 1 P

For Title: King of Jobbers #1 Contender

Chosen Hunter Lose
W0 L3 -3
0 2 P
W0 L1 -1
0 1 P
Royal Rumble
Full List
W0 L4 -4
0 2 P
For Title: /v/ #1 Contender
Royal Rumble
S4E9.5§#Christmas Opening
Full List
Crash Christmas Special
Game: WWE 2K19

Note: Bigfoot's hit crashed the game.

Triple-Threat /v/ Rage Guy, Zeke Yeager, Hisoka Lose
W0 L5 -5
0 3 P
Royal Rumble
  1. Fred Jones
  2. Tom Brady
  3. CJ
  4. Rance
  5. Hisoka
  6. /v/ Rage Guy
  7. Marco Rossi
  8. The Protomen
  9. Demaro
  10. Kazuhira Miller
  11. Shingo Shoji
  12. Pixy
  13. Fargoth
  14. Extra
  15. Serge
  16. Nagito Komaeda
  17. Archer
  18. Zoomer
  19. Edward Richtofen (Ultimis)
  20. Elite Crew
  21. Zeke Yeager
  22. Tatsuya Suou
  23. Rando
  24. The Janitor
  25. Tsukasa Kadoya
  26. Travis Touchdown
  27. John Bradford
  28. Ichiban Kasuga
  29. Joshua Graham
  30. Chosen Hunter
W0 L6 -6
0 3 P
Elimination №20
The J.O.B Squad, Team Soft Seinen, The Daily Dose, The Animals Lose For Title: /v/ Tag-Team
Tables Joe Tazuna, Godzilla, Zeke Yeager Lose Note: He's in a fucking bigfoot costume.
Elimination Chamber
  1. #4 Donte
  2. #3 Dan Schneider
  3. #5 Zeke Yeager
  4. #6 Big Smoke
  5. #1 Shoji Shingo
  6. #2 Serge
Win Rokkenjimania II
Royal Rumble
S6E15.5§#The Rokkenjima Rumble - Prelude to The Golden Land
Full List
NON-CANON Conrad Springfield Win
Royal Rumble
  1. Our Man
  2. Zeke Yeager
  3. Flotch Forster
  4. Reiner Braun
  5. HUNK
  6. Hisoka
  7. King Farmer
  8. Conrad Springfield
  9. Armin Arlert
  10. Eren Yeager
Elimination Chamber
  1. Ryuki Kuruto #5
  2. Akasaka Mamoru #4
  3. V #2
  4. Peppino #6
  5. Zeke Yeager #1
  6. Dr. Piccolo #2
Lose Game: WWE 2K23
Royal Rumble
Full List
W0 L7 -7
0 3 P
Iconic Match
Game: WWE 2K23

For Title: Literal Jobber #2 Contender

Extreme Rules
Phoenix Wright, Raiden, Central, Zeke Yeager Lose Referee: Saihara Shuichi
Tag-Team The Sons of Sperdo

The Yeagerists

W1 L7 -6
1 3 P
「Inaugural TFR Tag-Team Championship」
For Title: TFR Tag-Team
Extreme Rules
Cow Tools Win
Supporting Ruber
Hell in a Cell
Mafia City

The Yeagerists(Champions)

W2 L7 -5
1 3 P
For Title: TFR Tag-Team
Tag-Team Ranch Wreck

The Yeagerists

W2 L8 -6
1 3 P
Iconic Match
Mad Cow Match
For Title: TFR Tag-Team
War Ring
Falls Count Anywhere
Extreme Rules
Colombo Spice, Roger Retinz, Zeke Yeager, Sandro, Adol Christin, Phosphophyllite Lose
W2 L9 -7
1 4 P
「Bad to the Bone Tournament」