The Man!


SIN Role-Play Number: Thirty two(32)
Current Match: Versus Vs Regan Chambers vs Gwenivere Jordan Vs Hardcore Timmay
Current Record: 5 wins -6 lossess -Draw 000
Pro Wrestling Achievements: Former Frontier Martials Arts Wrestling Champion

Prologue: When I Was Born..I Was Born The Man!..And When You Step on That Apron Your Ass Becomes Part of The Game That I'm The Man In!


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In any profession, whether it be athletic or educational, police work or criminal, there will always be one person that stands out above all else. That one man will set the standard that all others will be held to and more often than not, that standard will never be met.

"I AM..... THE MAN!!"

To be compared to the likes of Hulk Hogan or Ric Flair can be one man's greatest achievement. Meant as a compliment, to the best of the best, it is an insult. In the mind of the best, there is no comparison. There is no one on their level and there never will be. It becomes the career of the best to remain the best, to hold off the top of the mountain and fight away all those who seek to claim it as their own. To fight back the threat of elevation for all they are worth.

The theory of elevation is a myth creamed over by internet fan boys. No matter who is on top, the complaints about lack of elevation are evident. For years, they will scream that a man deserves a world championship push and when he receives it, he immediately becomes public enemy number one and another up and comer takes his place as the internet golden boy. Because of the lack of elevation, the fans coined the term "glass ceiling," meaning that the mid-carders could look up through the glass ceiling and see the main event but could never quite reach it. Constantly bumping their heads into the ceiling with no sign of it giving in.

Sid was never the internet golden boy.

Sid made his presence known in Noah Japan for the first time.Immediately upon Entering NOAH, began an intense feud with Kenta Kobashi...Whom he Defeated In an incredible Semifinal match for the NOAH Championship.He eventually went to the finals of the NOAH championship,but lost to Ikuto Hidaka

Although Sitting around and relaxing after his loss, had its perks,this did not suit the self-proclaimed "Man." It was time to return to Wrestling and claim the one belt that should've been his from the beginning. Sid made his appearence in FMW, made his intentions known, and crushed Hisakatsu Oya in his first match .

Sid made the challenge to Hayabusa,and made the promise that the FMW's Show at the Tokyo Egg Dome would be the site where a new Champion would be crowned. Sid and Hayabusa wrestled an epic match, lasting upwards of forty minutes, before Sid hit the Death Trap and put the legendary performer's other foot in the grave, staking claim to his first world championship. "The Man" had finally reached the pinnacle of his career, 5 years of struggling in Pro Wrestling paying off once and for all. Sid's career was riding high .

And then it all came crashing down.

Atushi Onita took over FMW from Hayabusa and his first act of business was to strip all champions of their titles with the intention of crowning new ones later in the night. Sid didn't agree with this method and refused to take part. He threw down the FMW Heavyweight championship and walked away for what he thought would be forever.

Onita failed. FMW was broken. Hayabusa returned to pick up the pieces and announced that forty-five men would do battle in the main event of a PPV entitled Brawl for all . Forty-five men would do battle and one man would walk out with the Frontier Martials arts Wrestling World Heavyweight Championship. After his first reign had ended so suddenly, Sid had to show them that they made a mistake by robbing him of his championship. He entered himself in the match. Everyone immediately wrote him off as hype. A man FMW had washed out before he could become washed up. Many heralded Komazawa Olympic Park Gym as the place where a new contender would step up and take the crown. Veteran, hungry superstars the Likes of Vicious Vic Grimes,Stan"the Lariat"Hansen And Big Van Vader came from all over to try their hand in the main event.

In one match, Sid climbed the ladder to the very top of Frontier Martial arts Wrestling. Eliminating wrestler after wrestler after wrestler until he was the last man standing.His mask broken,blood staining his features, Sid eliminated The Sadistic ECw Legend Sabu to win the FMW championship for the second time.

Forty-four other men came from all over the world to win the title and "The Man" turned every single one of them away as if they were children playing a man's game. Sid showed every single one of them exactly why he was the man to beat. Sid established once and for all that he has broken through that glass ceiling

And now With Sid firmly back in place, panicked. The wrestlers were threatening to quit if something wasn't done about the living, breathing, ass kicking machine known to many as Sid"The Man"Frankenstein. People were getting concussions left and right thanks to Sid and his arsenal of Ring side Weapons, until one night, Hayabusa pulled the trigger that would almost kill Sid's once and for all.

The match was for the FMW World Championship. Sid versus Mr. Gannosuke versus Mammoth Sasaki. Sid dealt out punishment left and right, taking advantage of them like they were first match rookies until Willy "Hido" Takayama and Tetsuhiro Kuroda arrived at ringside on the orders of Hayabusa, distracting Sid long enough for Gannosuke to sneak a pin on Sasaki to steal the world championship.

Sid cornered Ganosuke,Takayama and Kuroda and his ensuing revenge was so fierce, so brutal, so very, very awe inspiring, that Hayabusa had no choice but to Fire Sid before lives were lost.

For nearly three years, the wrestling world had continued on without Sid and the wrestlers have let out a sigh of relief. Elevation has occurred in his absence and new stars have been born. It wasn't until Sin Wrestling opened its doors that Sid decided it was time to make another impact. In a promotion ruled by Corey Page,Sid felt it was his duty to show them what real talent was like.

After sitting back and watching the business evolve without him, he decided that it was time to return, to show the up and comers that they are not the Man.

Transcript of 12th Novemember 2004 congressional meeting

Meeting Subject: The Dangers of Professional Wrestling on America's Youth

( Hosted and chaired by The President of the United States of America,George Bush with panel including wrestling journalist Dan Moses, Child Psychologist Dr. Lynn Mulcavey, and pro wrestler Sid Frankenstein)


Bush: Isn't it true sir, that professional wrestling shows that air during the classic family viewing hours of 8 to 10pm, and moreover claim to be family entertainment, are in fact filled with more sex, violence, and adult themes than your average R rated Hollywood film?

Sid: Mr President, and I speak only from my experience in japan, and . . yes there is violence, but . .

Bush: Yes, yes, yes, that is all very well Mr. Sid. . or . . what should I call you?

Sid: Just don't call me Sycho.

(Laughter from audience)

Bush: Mr. Frankenstein, is it not true that only a A Week ago you, and I am in fact quoting from a piece written by Mr. Moses from the Recent Michael Hegstrand Memorial Show, that You and Hardcore Timmay,put aside your Differences,to Team up with The Original Gangsta New Jack against Vic Grimes and Ian and Axle Memory of Mr Hegstrand

The Match Was Brutal...ddt's on The Concrete Floor,Chokeslams Through Flamming Tables,Chair Shots and Suicides dives outside the ring !.Sending Your opponents plummelting to the Floor below,Before Finnishing off Your Opponents With the Lod's Trademark move,The DOOMSDAY DEVICE, Leaving bodies broken Everywhere ! Is this the kind of violence we see on the nightly news?

Sid: No, that's what you would see live in Iraq no thanks to you!.The Michael Hegstrand Memorial Show..i've had the Pleasure to Teamed up with and Against The Legion of Doom many times in the Past and Michael Hegstrand was one Tough Man..If He was Still alive Today-He would have loved seeing the Action!. .

Bush: Mr Frankenstein , do you think children watch pay per view?

Sid: I would assume that they do.

Bush: Very well, I would like to call a recess. We will continue with some testimony from Dr. Mulcavey in fifteen minutes.


Bush: Dr. Mulcavey, could you explain to us the research you have partaken in as of late?

Mulcavey: Certainly. I have studied the effects of pro wrestling on the demeanor of children ages six to fourteen, and very recently, with the knowledge of this hearing . .

Bush: Excuse me mam, I would just like a correction to be made to the record . . this is not a hearing, this is only an information-gathering meeting. Continue Doctor.

Mulcavey: My recent studies have been focused on the guest we have here today. In fact I have filed a report on Mr Frankenstein, and am prepared to read it, Mr President.

Bush: By all means!

Mulcavey: Sid Frankenstein is tall, striking in build , though not in looks, and often times comes across with the presence of a Hollywood star. He could very well be compared to the fabled pied piper, if you will. After all, his antics, no matter how despicable, no matter how egocentric, no matter how devious, seem to meet with nothing but love and admiration. My studies of professional wrestling from the era of the eighties show wholesome good guys of the Hulk Hogan mold. Men, who loved their country, loved children, loved the elderly, and love household pets. These men also fought the good fight against the despicable forces of evil. Now, seemingly, the heroes that wrestling gives to our children are egomaniacal, self possessed, loud, abrasive ruffians with a penchant for nasty talk and nastier actions. Maybe the worst of the bunch is the wrestler known as Sid. It seems that Sid's mission in life is to belittle and attack those who disagree with him, those who are figures of authority, and just about anyone else who comes in contact with him. For being what can only be classified a bastard, Sid receives the love of the fans.

Sid: Can I just say for the record that I have never attacked a child, the elderly, or any household pets...Yet!.

Bush: Wait!

Mulcavey: His list of transgressions I found unacceptable for viewing by children reads as follows, and mind you this is only in viewing six months of television;

Times Sid has physically attacked another person when not in a sanctioned match ..140 times

Times Sid has verbally assaulted other Fellow Wrestlers in a vicious manner ..403 times

Need I go on? There is certainly more where this came from.

Bush: Any response Mr. Sid

Sid: I'm good at my job sir.

Bush: And what would that job be, sir? Would your job be to teach the youth of America how to be nasty, egocentric, hateful ruffians?IS that your job, SIR?

Sid: My job . . is to walk into the wrestling ring , and look my opponents in the eye, and to know that they have every intention of using everything he has to destroy me. I know that they will use any advantage be it physical, mental, emotional, or spiritual, or supernatural to lay waste to my body and soul. I'm not here to be philosophic, because I feel no need to defend myself to you, Mr President or anyone else but I will defend the business that I love, so understand this. Sid"the Man"Frankenstein is a gladiator. I am not far removed from the ancient warriors who risked health for the delight of the masses. I walk into a ring, and I bleed for others entertainment. I act out the emotions and frustrations of every man, but I do it in the most broad and grandiloquent of gestures. I stand in there, and I take the physical beating, and it's like a stand in for the beating that my fans take just going day by day through life. And when The Man can take the best someone has, and still come out on top, maybe, and yes I have an ego so forgive me this one thought, but maybe that victory the Man earned on television gives someone a good feeling, or even makes the day a little easier for them. Maybe there are times that men want to stand up to their boss, or children to their teacher. Those people might enjoy the catharsis of watching the Man . It might even help some people. In other words, what I do for work might actually do people good.

Bush: Let the record show that the speaker referred to himself in the third person at least five times during that rant.

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