WXPFL GRA-FIGHTER PROFILE: “Big Time” Bill Bates

When SSP Wrestling was forced underground by the WA. DOL, several of their former champions and main event superstars joined the WXPFL for the thrill of competition and to keep in top physical condition for when SSP rises again.

SSP has been reborn as SST, but the taste for Pencil Fighting is not easily satiated. Fighting for the thrill of competition is former SST Pacific Middleweight Champion and head of the class of the Handsome Boy Wrestling School “Big Time” Bill Bates.

Making a big time impression with his flashy entrances and shorty-short trunks, he soon made a bigger impression as a Gra-Fighter willing to do whatever it took to win. Showing disdain for the fans and even greater disdain for the rules, Bates resorted to chicanery whenever possible in every one of his matches in the last two tournaments. Bate’s blatant rule-breaking threatens to overshadow his formidable abilities as a Gra-Fighter. An athlete who prides himself on his chiseled physique, he possesses a powerful strike and an uncanny ability to hit the same spot on the defending pencil again and again.

Bates has repeatedly stated that an elbow injury sustained at WXPFL I led to his second-round defeat at WXPFL II: Lead Poisoning. His repeated attempts to cheat during WXPFL III led to his immediate dismissal and indefinite suspension of Bill Bates from active competition.

"Big Time" Bill Bates

Photo by Vicki Bracken.

WXPFL GRA-FIGHTER PROFILE: Ronald McFondle

When SSP Wrestling was forced underground by the WA. DOL, several of their former champions and main event superstars joined the WXPFL for the thrill of competition and to keep in top physical condition for when SSP rises again.

Ronald McFondle is not just the drunken, pilled up and pedophiliac clown prince of wrestling, he’s also the highly-paid CEO and Corporate Mascot of McFondle Inc., the fastest growing, least nutritious fast food chain in the world.

Without SSP to occupy him, McFondle’s had a lot of free time. To keep him from wandering the halls, barging into board meetings and giving the shocker to stray attorneys, the McFondle Inc. board members have signed him up for the big leagues of Pencil Fighting, the WXPFL.

McFondle made his debut at WXPFL II: Lead Poisoning and was defeated in a breathtaking first round fight by The Yellow Dragon. His swaying, staggering style kept her off-balance and forced the match to a time-limit penalty strike conclusion. Though he lost his debut match, McFondle has sworn to one day be the WXPFL champion!

Ronald McFondle can also be seen as part of the cast of “Get Loweded” (third fridays at The Re-Bar), one of the best variety shows in Seattle.

Ronald McFondle prepares to defend against The Yellow Dragon's penalty strike.

Ronald McFondle prepares to defend against The Yellow Dragon's penalty strike.

Photo by Vicki Bracken.

WXPFL GRA-FIGHTER PROFILE: DeeeVious Silvertounge

When SSP Wrestling was forced underground by the WA. DOL, several of their former champions and main event superstars joined the WXPFL for the thrill of competition and to keep in top physical condition for when SSP rises again.

When he was SSP Champion he was called “The Little Wrestler That Could” and “The Medical Miracle” and was known for his sparkling sartorium and his inspiring refusal to never say die. In The WXPFL he’s quickly become known or his varied arsenal of pencil strikes, bending his hands into baffling pretzel knots designed to both befuddle the opponent and to deliver the greatest possible force to his strikes.

This glittering gadabout  is a sparkling star of Seattle nightlife and the host of the sexy variety night “DeeeVious Decadence” at The Re-Bar.

DeeeVious defends against Bill Bates using his patented double underhand grip.

DeeeVious defends against Bill Bates using his patented double underhand grip.

Photo by Vicki Bracken.