ULTIMATE WRESTLING FEDERATION
The world's premiere sports entertainment franchise.
Even in a world where folks can tune in to the evening news to see colorfully-dressed muscular men and women beating
each other up, entrepeneur Grant McGill knew their was a market for the good, old-fashioned (and mostly scripted) fights
and storylines that were the long-held traditions of professional wrestling. When super heroes made their return to the
public eye in the wake of the first appearance of Superman, many pro wrestling organizations folded, unable to compete
with the costumed figures that were now fighting for good and evil in the public eye. Grant McGill took advantage of
the situation to acquire some of the best wrestling talent out there and launched his Ultimate Wrestling Federation
multimedia empire. With top-notch athletic talent, backed by the best behind-the-scenes people in the business, the
UWF was a smash hit.
With the rise in the number of metahumans in recent years, the UWF has started a metahuman division where wrestlers
with superhuman abilities can compete.
Here is a partial list of the roster of good guys (faces) and bad guys (heels) in the Unlimited Wrestling Federation.
- Mr. Terrific: Jeffrey Sloane, allegedly the grandson of the original Mr. Terrific, Terry Sloane. Mr. Terrific
has been the headline talent for the UWF for several years and a frequent holder of the UWF World Heavyweight Championship
belt. He was recently shot by agents of the Crime Cartel as revenge for
his interference in their plans years earlier.
- Major Mayhem: a super patriot character, the Major has been a staple of the mid-card scene for several years but
enjoyed a brief push to the top level after the Imperiex War.
- Mighty Gorilla: a veteran of the ring, the Mighty Gorilla’s best days are behind him but he can still draw a crowd.
- El Hombre: John Ramirez was a top-card talent for the UWF until he gained super-powers and left the organization
to become the super hero Desperado.
- Brawn: a top class bruiser, Brawn was one of the wrestlers kidnapped by the Crime Cartel, but was rescued by the
Guardians before anything could be done to him.
- Bushido: a skilled luchador, the Japanese wrestler is the current UWF Cruiserweight Champion.
- Billy Blue Blazes: a sugar-sweet babyface, Billy is another of the promotion’s top cruiserweights.
- Texas Rattler: the Rattler is a rising star in the promotion, combining technical skill with impressive mic skills
he has recently made a face turn after a long heel run.
- Jack Mako: one of the newer superstars in the promotion, Jack Mako is enjoying a popular heel run at the moment.
- Ugly Ben Studly: another veteran wrestler, Studly has been a perpetual heel in the company since he made his debut.
- Masked Bone-Crusher: this giant of a man in a luchador mask is known for his devastating power bombs that look like
they do crush his opponent's bones.
- R. Mortis: former tag team partner of G. Reaper, Mortis' career as a singles competitor has not been as successful
as his run as part of a championship tag team.
- Demolition Squad: a four-man heel tag team, the members of
the Demolition Squad were kidnapped by the Crime Cartel, given metahuman powers, and brainwashed into becoming a team
of super criminal enforcers.
- G. Reaper: currently the top-ranked heel in the UWF, the "mysterious and deadly" G. Reaper is a
frequent challenger for Mr. Terrific's championship belt.
- Zeppelin: this German technical wrestler is the reigning UWF Intercontinental Champion.
- Assault & Battery: this pair of heel bruisers are the current UWF Tag Team Champions.
- Digit: a heroic, super-strong heroic squirrel from another planet and
one of the first recruits to the UWF's new metahuman division.
- Kodiak: Frank Langford is a metahuman who can turn into a half-human, half-bear. He is another of the recuits
to the new metahuman division.
- Dr. Dread: the top heel manager of the UWF, currently operating in the corner of the Masked Bone Crusher.
- Funky Flashman: a veteran shyster with connections to escape artist and occasional super-hero Mister Miracle,
Funky is currently the on-screen "owner" of the UWF.