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Wolf


Wolf
2086

Created by Tom Filsinger
Designed by Tom Filsinger
Drawn by Brian Bendis
Colored by N/A
Wolf
2087

Created by Tom Filsinger
Designed by Tom Filsinger
Drawn by Chuck Carter
Colored by Jeff Corbett
Wolf
2099 SE

Created by Tom Filsinger
Designed by Tom Filsinger
Drawn by Brian Bendis
Colored by Werner Mueck
Wolf
2110 SE

Created by Tom Filsinger
Designed by Tom Filsinger
Drawn by Jeremy Su
Colored by N/A
Wolf
2122

Created by Tom Filsinger
Designed by Tom Filsinger
Drawn by Darryl Banks
Colored by Jeff Corbett

Biography


Entering the GWF with Brute & Massacre in 2085 as a member of the Gladiators, Wolf left in a fit of rage when Thantos tried to make suggestions about his wrestling style. He might have left altogether were it not for the timely intervention of Proteus. Wolf became the ultimate loner and also one of the most popular wrestlers ever in the GWF.

In 2088, he brought in some wrestlers from his home in Andromeda to challenge the mighty Gladiators. In 2089, he met his match Amazonia. Wolf is one to come and go as he pleases. He briefly left the AniMen to join the Defenders of the Galaxy in 2091 and promptly returned to the AniMen the following year. The AniMen feuded with Doomsayer in 2094, which ended with the AniMen disbanding in 2098.

Wolf entered the Gladiator Civil War as part of the Legends team in 2099, was chosen by Omega to be on his team in the MegaToumament, joined Genesis just to team with Genocide in 2103, and tried to join the CPC but was rejected. Wolf got involved in the Centaurians vs. Brymstone feud and added some classic hardcore battles against Anarchy to his already impressive resume. But suddenly he turned his back on the Centaurians and joined the evil Brymstone team in 2111, putting him at odds with his former girlfriend, Amazonia. Even though his allegiance to the Brymstonians was short-lived, his estrangement from Amazonia continued through his stint with the Avenging Warriors during 2112 and 2113. But when the Bounty Hunter and Kill Prey ambushed him at the 2114 press conferences, Amazonia returned to assist him, and their partnership was reborn as they faced Kill Prey and Shann-Ra.

In a stunning series of events, the AniMen reformed in 2115. Wolf joined an uneasy alliance with the likes of Mandrill. In 2117, during a pay-per-view at the Andromeda Nebula Pavilion, Wolf attacked not one, not two, but four other GWF members. First he attacked Mandrill during an in-ring interview with Trisis. Then, during a ceremony to present trophies to former GWF greats, he attacked Terminus. And finally, he attacked Kill Prey and Bounty Hunter during Kill Prey’s match against Thunder. Then, days later at the official press conferences, he announced that he was leaving the GWF. However, he did not say he was retiring and he did not rule out returning to the GWF ring from time-to-time for special matches. Basically, he said he wanted to pursue new thrills outside of wrestling.

Though Wolf had wrestled in the GWF since 2085, he showed no signs of aging. Only a small handful of wrestlers, such as Lance At-Las and Mutant, can be compared to Wolf in this category. In fact, Wolf may have actually been improving! How was it possible? There are two reasons. One is that the AniMen race has tremendous variation in the aging process and most AniMen age more slowly than other races in the galaxy. On top of this, Wolf actually received a Cleansing when he temporarily aligned himself with the Gladiators in 2085. Rumor has it that Wolf was among perhaps two or three non-Aethrans to ever receive an Aethran Cleansing. This was done because the Aethrans saw in Wolf a great asset in their war against practically the rest of the galaxy. The problem was, they couldn't control Wolf and keep him on their side. The unique interaction of Wolf’s AniMen biology with the technology of an Aethran Cleansing made him an awesome physical specimen that may remain in his physical prime for a long time.

Many fans wondered whether he would return to the GWF in 2122, he did. After admitting to getting more in touch with his spiritual side having done some extensive traveling to some exclusive places around the cosmos, Wolf returned to face the biggest threat the GWF has ever faced in this new silver age, Monolith. Regardless of how this comeback attempt turns out, Wolf remains one of the most compelling fighters the sport of pro-wrestling has ever seen. Having left the Gladiators again in 2123, Wolf joined The Resistance. Not only did this move allow him to continue his feud with Monolith, it also put him in the familiar role of going against the establishment, in this case, Iron Hand. The ultimate loner may have found a group he can call home. After the 2124 announcement that Iron Hand was really Sly Drury, Wolf found himself on a non-team for the second year in a row. Once again he wasn't being asked to like his fellow Covert Operations teammates, just to make appearances when Dark Menace asked for his assistance. In addition, he challenged Monolith to a best-of-15 "Fatal Showdown". Regardless of the outcome, he announced that he would be leaving the GWF again at the end of 2124. True to his word, Wolf departed the GWF at the end of his feud with Monolith in 2124.


Ring Style


Signature Maneuvers

Finishers
DECAPITATOR (running clothesline to opponent propped on ropes)
SAVAGE FACE-CLAW (powerful grinding face claw)


Championships and Accomplishments


GWF Hall of Fame

GWF
Galaxian Heavyweight Championship (7 times)
InterPlanetary Championship (6 times)
Heavy Metal/Special Match Championship (7 times)


Sound Byte






Mini Champions



                            
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