Welcome to FWrestling.com!

You've come to the longest running fantasy wrestling website. Since 1994, we've been hosting top quality fantasy wrestling and e-wrestling content.

Bio for Problem Child


I shunned a voodoo witch, decapitated a black cat
Jan 1, 2000
Milltown USA
Problem Child
Height: 6’1
Weight: 215
Handedness': Right-handed
Looks: Problem Child has brown eyes and a dyed-black mullet which is spiked on the top, similar to Mike Awesome. Dresses in cutoff jean shorts, black combat boots, a band t-shirt (usually White Zombie, Prong, Megadeth, Iron Maiden, or NO-FX). Total scumbag.

Hailing From: Bronx, N.Y.

Disposition: Heel

Gimmick: PC is an immature, white trash idiot from the Bronx. He knows he sucks, but thinks everyone else sucks just a little more.

Ring Attire: PC wears his cutoff jeans and combat boots, but usually takes his shirt off before the match begins.

Theme Music: "Scentless Apprentice" by Nirvana

Ring Entrance: PC is usually taunting the crowd, spitting on them, tearing up signs, bouncing up and down with high energy, etc. Led to the ring by his manager and manager of Team BND, Jimmy Mylde. Sometimes PC will running like the Ultimate Warrior down to the middle of the ramp, stop suddenly, wag his finger "no", run back up the ramp, stop again like he's doing sprints, and jog back down. He'll always make sure to spit a big wat of crap in some kid's face in the front row. The father will try to climb the guard rail, but security will hold him back.

Tactics/Style: PC is a brawler/high flyer. When I created PC it was done with Justin Credible and X-Pac in mind.

Strengths: PC is very dynamic, tough, and durable.

Weaknesses: Impatience, tactical errors.


Problem Child: White trash from Bronx, N.Y., PC comes from a troubled background. His mother was/is a drug abuser, and his father left them when he was only 3. Got his start in 1997 as Alex Wylde’s sidekick in ACW and made a name for himself when Alex Wylde gave him the ACW Interstate Title. In 1998, PC was signed by the UWA and made a bigger name for himself when he joined Troy Windham’s stable, The Frat. In what was known as “Frat 2.0”, PC joined Troy Windham, Alex Wylde, Bandit, and Red-headed stepchild, helping them to a cage match victory over UWA superstars on one of their PPV broadcasts. Later that year he went on to win the UWA Mid-Atlantic Title. After the UWA folded, PC did a brief stint in CSWA before taking a prolonged absence from pro-wrestling. When NFW opened up, PC was excited to get his career back on the fast track. Although President Quentin Sullivan was averse to taking on the headache that was the former Frat 2.0 titleholder, Commissioner Craig Miles convinced him that the new promotion could use the upstart’s energy. However, when PC showed up to a tryout high on heroine, it was clear his career was headed down the toilet. Really, it wasn’t the drugs that bothered Miles, at all, but he figured if PC couldn’t even get to the ring without collapsing, he would only be a dead-weight on the promotion. PC’s career was finished, and soon it was clear that he had a drug problem. In 2008, a knock on PC’s mom’s apartment door from Jimmy Mylde would change PC’s life forever. Mylde, the self-styled supplement salesman and former NTWA/FSW announcer, helped PC to kick his drug habit. PC, looking to return to the ring, found help in his former stable-mate and friend Troy Windham, who signed him for $50 to wrestle in the newly opened Troy Windham Wrestling. Mylde, acting as a sports agent for both PC and Castor V. Strife, paired the two into a tag team and stable to be known as the Bold New Disaster. After making numerous challenges to NFW wrestlers and summarily pissing off the entire locker room, Mylde put his money where his mouth was and invaded an NFW house show with his new team. NFW accepted Mylde’s challenge to the promotion, and decided to let his team wrestle on a match-to-match basis. Since Castor's gone solo, PC is now tagging with Castor's employee, Starshooter.


Move set: DDT, flying DDT (jumps from the top turnbuckle and hits his opponent with a DDT), fireman’s carry into a DDT, tornado DDT, hurricanrana (from the top rope and other positions), sunset flip, brawling punches and kicks, headbutts, moonsault, frog splash, rope-hung guillotine leg drop, tilt-a-whirl headscissors, corkscrew, irish whip into a flying knee, irish whip into a flying headbutt.

Signature Moves: Throat Cutter (delivers a Stone Cold Stunner to his opponent from outside the ropes, with the effect of "cutting" their neck on the ropes; he can also achieve this from different angles, such as hopping over the ropes and while grabbing his opponent's neck, or leaping from the turnbuckle to execute this as well).

STDDT: Leaping DDT from the top rope

Super Christ Anti-Star: With his opponent over the guard rail surrounded by the fans, PC leaps off the ropes at him with a missile dropkick.

Da Bronx F-Bomber: Running Liger Bomb onto a chair

Finisher: A.D.D. (Attention Deficit Disorder) It’s a spinning tombstone pile-driver.

About FWrestling

FWrestling.com was founded in 1994 to promote a community of fantasy wrestling fans and leagues. Since then, we've hosted dozens of leagues and special events, and thousands of users. Come join and prove you're "Even Better Than The Real Thing."

Add Your League

If you want to help grow the community of fantasy wrestling creators, consider hosting your league here on FW. You gain access to message boards, Discord, your own web space and the ability to post pages here on FW. To discuss, message "Chad" here on FW Central.

What Is FW?

Take a look at some old articles that are still relevant regarding what fantasy wrestling is and where it came from.
  • Link: "What is FW?"
  • Top