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William Scott "Bill" Goldberg, God of Squash Matches (Da Man)
  • Greater God
  • Symbol: The number 177
  • Theme song: "Invasion" with a crowd chanting "Goldberg!" in the background
  • Alignmnet: Chaotic Neutral
  • Portfolio: Inhuman Strength, Taking Hit Without Showing any form of Damage
  • Domains: Strength, Wrestling
  • Follower: Ryback
  • Allies: Almost any god who has defeated him or at least put up a good fight
  • Rivals:
  • Enemies: Vegeta, Yuuki Terumi, and any thunder-based Deity, Bray Wyatt and the Wyatt Family
  • Made his appearance by having someone announce his feats before ending it with "Goldberg!" Then, there was someone with a camera following him as he walked toward the steps of the Pantheon, all while gods started to chant "GOLDBERG! GOLDBERG!" and other gods cheering him on until the doors to the Pantheon opened, fireworks and smoke emerged from behind, and he spat out the smoke as if he was a dragon. It was a sight to behold.
  • He is on pretty bad terms with Vegeta, due to the fact that his presence keeps reminding the Sayian Prince of a certain follower who would never stop pestering him.
  • He ascended to the Pantheon after defeating over 170 inhabitants of the Pantheon in a row, both gods and mortals. He would have lasted longer if Hazama didn't decide to ruin it all by setting up a trap involving pissing of Raiden (the one from Mortal Kombat), kidnapping Pikachu, building a lighning rod, stealing a bolt from Zeus and buying a cattle prod. Goldberg has sworn that he's next!
  • He has yet to face The Undertaker. It is not yet clear what chaos would ensue if they should ever battle.
    • That said, he was completely in shock when he learned how the Undertaker's streak was ended by Brock Lesnar. He went to the Deadman and raised his hand in victory, showing respect for what the Undertaker has done.
    • And then Goldberg returned and utterly squashed Brock Lesnar at Survivor Series 2016. How quick did the match last? 86 seconds. He later eliminated Lesnar from the Royal Rumble match, then captured the Universal Championship. The rematch came at the ensuing WrestleMania, for the championship… with Goldberg finally losing to Brock.
    • Undertaker and Goldberg later did confront each other, leading them to finally schedule a match in Saudi Arabia, with both men imploring each other to come in at their best. Come the match itself, however, Goldberg had overdone it with his headbutt-to-the-door ritual, so he was loopy the entire time. Combined with Undertaker's own wear and tear, the match was a sloppy affair as a result, and though Undertaker won, the only people more disappointed with the outcome than the fans were both titans themselves.
  • He is feared by many not only for his Jackhammer, that can even lift one of the Colossi, or his Spear, that has been able to cause cracks in the walls of the Gate of the Pantheon, but also because of the fact that Bret Hart, The God of Wrestling, was once nearly crippled by him after a single kick.
  • Despite his ruthless nature, he has been known to sit down and share pizzas with gods or mortals that has put up good fights with him, or even defeated him.
  • He once had to deliver presents to one of the many universes one Christmas after Nicholas St. North was unable to reach that specific realm of reality. The results were... not quite jolly.
  • Confronted the menace that was "The Fiend" and defeated him without breaking a sweat. Gods are wondering how this is going to affect Bray in the future.
    • In the meantime, Goldberg has been confronted by Roman Reigns and the two are heading off to combat each other at Wrestlemania 36. Gods are already placing bets as to whether or not Goldberg's Spear or Roman's Superman Punch will win the day.
    • Unfortunately, Roman had to back down due to his concerns of the pandemic going around and his recurring leukemia. Goldberg then had to fight off against Braun Strowman and was squashed after four powerbombs.
  • "Who's next"?!

Intermediate Gods

    André the Giant 
André René Roussimoff, God of Wrestling Giants (André the Giant, Fezzik, The Eighth Wonder of the World, The Giant Machine)
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: A Big Silhouette of Himself
  • Leitmotif: "The Eighth Wonder"
  • Alignment: Neutral Good as a Face, Neutral Evil as a Heel
  • Portfolio: Deconstructing The Giant, drinking HUGE amounts of alcohol (LOTS of alcohol), deciding to live his life and defy a young death (due to said deconstruction), strength to match his gigantism, those who died early and sadly, nice giants (except when you piss them off), those who wish to pay for their meals (and ONLY him), Friend to All Children
  • Domains: Wrestling, Giants, French, Strength, Alcohol
  • Herald: The Big Show (who was known as his son for a while)
  • Follower: Hugo
  • Allies: Fluttershy, Nicholas St. North, Inigo Montoya, Gangrel and Luna Vachon (The latter being his godchild), Arnold Schrwarzenegger, Vince McMahon (former boss), all good-aligned French gods, Poison
  • Rivals: Hulk Hogan (friendly)
  • Easily the most recognized wrestling giant out of them all, what many people didn't know was that his height through gigantism caused him so much pain. He went through extensive surgery prior to his famous Wrestlemania III match so that Hulk Hogan could shine. When Hulk revealed this story, numerous gods began to cry at how much André suffered. When André died (attending his own father's funeral no less!), he was officially the first inductee into the Wrestling Hall of Fame, and now he has finally ascended into the Pantheon, which was met with Tears of Joy.
    • Hulk Hogan challenged him to a match when André ascended which was met with the cheers of all the Gods rooting for André to fight once more. The fight was said to be one of the greatest ever.
  • Now that he's part of the Pantheon, André isn't limited to slow and sluggish movements, capable of dropkicks and showing off his Greco-Roman wrestling style. That said, he's still willing to play off his strength if needs to.
  • Can usually be seen in the House of Food drinking like no tomorrow. Caught many drinking gods by surprise when they've seen how much he drinks at one sitting. In his own words, it usually takes two liters of vodka just to make him feel warm inside and he passed out after ten cases of beer. He's a good drinking buddy of Stone Cold Steve Austin because of this. In fact, the House of Health and Diseases have actually used his drinking as a guideline to figure out how much anaesthetic to place on gods like him who suffer from gigantism.
  • Surprisingly has a friendship with Fluttershy. Fluttershy was, at first, intimidated by Andre being...a giant. However, André brought her to a small farm in his house and showed all the animals he tended for. Fluttershy then visits him every day now because of this. Angel Bunny is slightly wary, but has decided to let the matter go since André is one of the nicer wrestling gods out there.
  • He also has a possé.
  • Inigo Montoya was glad to have Fezzik (kind of) in the Pantheon. André has also met up with Kevin Levin, who nearly had a fanboy moment over seeing a character from one of his favorite stories in front of his eyes.
  • In celebration of Wrestlemania XXX, André created the André the Giant Battle Royale, with the winner granted his blessing for the following year. He learned that a wrestler named Cesaro won this by hurling his High Priest over the top rope, reminiscent of what Hulk Hogan did to him 27 tears ago. For this, Cesaro was thus elevated into the Pantheon as an Intermediate God.
  • Is on good terms with Arnold Schwarzenegger. In fact, one night, when the two were having dinner together, there was a bit of an argument as to who would pay for the bill as André was well known for paying for meals. When Arnold decided to ask for the bill, many of the gods at the House of Food were alarmed to see the Giant carry Arnold back to the table like Arnold was a child. No one has ever tried to make that mistake since. And whatever tall deity who knows of this picture has volunteered to be the Wilt Chamberlain in a possible recreation.
  • Is on good terms with good-aligned French gods (as he's from France himself). He's wary of Remy (the human, not the rat), although the Street Fighter knows better than to mess with someone who can tip a car over with his bare hands. Rat Remy, however, is appreciative of André's love of fine-dining—André in particular loves the rat's delicious ratatouille.
  • Whenever he wishes to drive across the Pantheon, he usually has to reconfigure the car so that his head is sticking out of the roof. Many gods in the House of Travel have started to reconfigure their cars to match his height.
    • The same goes to the House of Costumes when it comes to designing outfits and shoes to fit him.
  • Is Luna Vachon's godfather (yes, seriously). He is very protective of her, seeing as he didn't live to see her in the WWF and such. He is also on friendly terms with Gangrel and woe to those who would go hurt Luna (which is hard to do but if it does happen...)
    • He also became good friends with the Cutie Mark Crusaders, crying in anguish when he learned of the Crusaders' trip to Limbo, to the point that some gods joked that he was crying more than Gangrel (the Crusaders' self-appointed vampire wrestling babysitter) was. Gangrel and Luna Vachon are happy that André is offering to babysit the trio and having the trio take care of his farm. And when the Broken Hardys sent the trio to Limbo again, André has decided that he's going to join his godchild and her ex-husband on stopping the Hardys from causing more trouble.
    • Just had to facepalm when he learned that Matt became the winner of his Battle Royal. He's agreed with his godchild and her ex-husband that WOKEN Matt is nothing but trouble, especially now that Bray Wyatt's teamed with him. And even after the two split, Andre has no words over the "Firefly Fun House".
  • Has formed a friendship with Poison. While many are wondering if it's just so Poison could have some muscle for her wrestling association, many are shocked to learn that it's not for personal gain. Poison sees so much of her pal, Hugo in Andre and was actually saddened to hear that he died in his sleep as he was off to attend his own father's funeral. As a token of faith, Andre helped ascend Hugo as a follower.
  • Gods have learned that his famous Wrestlemania III match could have gone in many different directions: what if Hulk Hogan lost? What if Andre was fighting Bruno Sammartino? Andre himself won't give a definitive answer, but that doesn't stop everyone from speculating. He admits that a fight against Bruno wouldn't go anywhere, though.
  • One of André's dreams before he died was to see a live-theater show, but initially refused since he wouldn't fit in the chairs. Thankfully, the House of Theater has been kind enough to build chairs to fit his size.
  • "I know I have eaten more good food, drunk more beer and fine wine, had more friends, and seen more of the world than most men ever will."


"You think you know me..."

Adam Joseph "Edge" Copeland, God of Tables, Ladders and Chairs (The Rated R-Superstar, The Ultimate Opportunist, Damon Striker, Sexton Hardcastle, Dwight Hendrickson, The Sick Piranha, Kjetill Flatnose, Brood Edge)
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: A MPAA R-rating logo inside a Star.
  • Theme Song: "Metalingus" preceded with the words "You think you know me". Alternatively "You Think You Know Me". "Blood" (shared theme with Gangrel back in his Brood days).
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral, though could be seen as Chaotic Good or Chaotic Evil depending on the time
  • Portfolio: Professional Wrestling, Gimmick Matches, Side Changers, Cheating, Kicking Them While They Are Down, Waiting for the Right Moment to Strike, Bad Boys Who Get All The Girls, actually a cool guy when not wrestling.
  • Domains: Competition, Glory, Trickery, Sex, Metal.
  • Herald: Beth Phoenix (his wife)
  • Allies: Christian (his childhood friend), Gangrel and Luna Vachon (sort of unwillingly), Hulk Hogan
  • Rivals: The Undertaker, Kane, CM Punk, Beowulf, Randy Orton
  • Enemies: Dimitri Rascalove
  • Opposes: Seth Rollins
  • Fan of: The Muppets
  • Other relationships: Ares
  • Born to a single mother who had to work two jobs in order to get by, Adam Copeland discovered his love of professional wrestling as a child. Notably, he and his best friend Christian Cage were in attendance at the Toronto SkyDome for WrestleMania VI, where Toronto Hulk Hogan lost the WWF Championship to The Ultimate Warrior. He didn't necessarily have it easy, though. Adam never met his father, had to put his wrestling ambitions on hold to help pay the bills despite all the rough training he and Christian went through to even become wrestlers, and was turned down by WCW after a couple of mediocre jobber matches. Even the beginning of his relationship with the World Wrestling Federation and its feeder territories was a mixed bag at first; while they paid off his outstanding college debt which had totaled around $40,000, he worked for them without an official contract for over a year. And then, after he finally got that contract, by the time he was told he would soon be making his debut on Monday Night Raw... Christian, the man with whom he'd been as close as brothers since they were kids, went missing.
    • Having received a tip that Christian was already in New York and that a "gothic individual" might be related to his disappearance, Adam went there and wandered the streets for weeks looking for answers. He boarded buses and trains, sat around at stations, beat up a number of pedestrians, even held a romantic dalliance or two, all while keeping himself fit and fresh on the WWF's dime, but could never get anywhere with his search. By the time his debut approached, he'd completely reached the very border of his sanity. Adam Copeland had become Edge.
  • Within the WWF, Edge finally discovered this "gothic individual" in the form of the Vampire Warrior known as Gangrel. After months of feuding with Gangrel, Christian finally appeared, distracting Edge during an important match, though he was oddly mute at the time and would quickly reveal his allegiance to Gangrel. Furthermore, Gangrel implied there was some sort of history between him and Edge in the past which had led to the events taking place at the Federation. Amazingly enough, Edge would later "come home" and join Gangrel and Christian, forming the epic pseudo-vampire trio known as The Brood, who even had a term with The Undertaker's Ministry of Darkness before rejecting The Deadman's ways when he tried to have them punish Christian.
    • Ultimately, though, Gangrel betrayed Edge and Christian and sided with their enemies, The Hardy Boyz, before those two cast him aside as well and he stopped bothering anyone involved. Though mutual respect had been established with the Hardyz, that soon gave way to an intense three-way rivalry also featuring the Dudley Boyz as Edge and Christian embraced their arrogant goofball sides en route to seven-time tag team championship success. Then Edge and Christian violently split when Christian became jealous over Edge attaining singles success.
  • After the split, both Edge and Christian individually became stars in their own right over the years, embracing oddly similar personas which combined passion and charisma with manipulation and guile and even picking up alliances to become successful along the way. Edge was the greater star of the two, having beaten John Cena to collect two WWE Championship reigns before becoming the prime antagonist in a rivalry with The Undertaker and Batista over the Classic World Heavyweight Championship. This rivalry saw him be supposedly sent to Hell by The Undertaker, but somehow cheated him into sending him to the Pantheon instead. He officially ascended by using Money in the Bank against John Bradshaw Layfield, making him a mere mortal while securing his own spot in the Pantheon.
  • He ascended from Demigod to Lesser God after his performance during the 8-Man Hell In A Cell Elimination match that determined the God of Pro Wrestling. He didn't win the match, but his accomplishments were enough to grant him enough appreciation from the Pantheon.
    • After having to retire from active competition in 2011 due to risking permanent paralysis in his neck, he's been awarded a place in the WWE Hall of Fame, marking him as an Intermediate God.
  • After almost ten years of going back and forth with each other, Edge and Christian finally fully patched up their issues towards what would turn out to be the final year of his active career (and one of Christian's final years). Following retirement, the two would host a WWE-produced web show together called The Edge and Christian Show that Reeks of Awesomeness, as well as a podcast called E&C's Pod of Awesomeness. Edge left both after awhile, which turned out to be for the most exciting of reasons. See the bottom of the page for more.
  • The House of Love keeps a close eye on Edge. To say that they are annoyed by the fact that he has slept with many of the female members of the Pantheon who were already in a relationship would be an understatement. However, with the ascension of his wife as his herald, things have calmed down.
  • Edge has mastered the art of opportunism to perfection. He has been able to spear many deities in a great variety of moments, such as during deep kisses, funerals, bathroom breaks, meetings, concerts, rousing speeches, recently earned victories, during the Jump Scare of a screamer, birthdays etc etc. He has even given advice to ninjas of the Pantheon.
    • Lost his second title to Dimitri Rascalov, who took it in an opportunity while he was blindsided and is ready to get it back by any means necessary.
  • Was relieved to find out that Christian made it to the Pantheon at long last...but not when Gangrel got into the Pantheon with his trademark ring of fire, shades, glasses and sinister grin. When asked why Gangrel's ascension was a bad thing, Edge immediately shut up. Gangrel just smirked, knowing that Edge would do anything to keep that dirty little secret buried and mocked him by using Edge's famous, "For the benefit of those with flash photography..." line, asking the Gods to see all three of them do a "Five-Second Pose". Edge was then seen screaming and tossing chairs everywhere and Christian was quick to run.
    • The only things that we know of in regards to Edge, Christian and Gangrel is that Grel's blood "flows through his veins" and when commented about it, Edge stated he was a "pseudo-vampire". Other than that, there's no deep connections at all.
    • Upon learning that Gangrel has grown fond of a trio of goddesses called "The Cutie Mark Crusaders", he really has no comment on how Gangrel has become fond of ponies. Then again, he has no idea what to think of John Cena's "This is whining" tactics either.
    • The reality of his history with Gangrel is that neither man has any clue what that deal was about or why Christian got involved in the first place. His reactions to Gangrel acting like a creeper are simply reflex, and he actually does appreciate the Vampire Warrior's role in helping facilitate his career.
  • Has an Odd Friendship with Rey Mysterio, having teamed up with him a few times and all. That said, the last time they teamed together, he speared Mysterio after the match was over and Rey retaliated with the 619. The next day they greeted each other as if the fight didn't happen.
  • At first, there was some animosity upon him learning that both Matt and Jeff Hardy atoned for their crimes and made it back to the Pantheon. He personally asked them to meet within the Pantheon Square Garden. The two thought it was an ambush...he just hugged them and said it was nice to see them back proper and that it was time to bury the hatchet over their antagonism towards each other. Upon hearing of the "Broken" Hardys, he admits that they're both hilarious and awesome (a complete contrast to Gangrel who hasn't forgiven the two for what they did to the Cutie Mark Crusaders in the "Tarot Crusaders" incident).
  • Has an avatar that goes by Dwight Hendrickson who tends to stay away from this particular House. Why? Well, Dwight has this special "blessing" that has it that bullets, no matter where they're fired and whoever their target was, are always going to be directed at him. Thus, Dwight has to go to the House of Craft for some powerful bullet-proof armor if he ever wants to even take two steps into the House. Dwight never carries a gun on hand, and prefers a crossbow to fighting off people.
  • Is actually a fan of the Muppets, actually bursting out laughing when he learned from Christian that his joke about Sheamus (where he mocked the Irish wrestler for looking similar to Beaker) actually was related to Beaker. Sometimes likes to heckle other gods with Statler and Waldorf.
  • Really despises Seth Rollins for the almost-Curb Stomp that would've paralyzed the Rated-R Superstar. That actually wasn't even the first time Seth antagonized a retired Edge on behalf of The Authority, either, as The Shield had once been commissioned to attack Christian in order to shut Edge up during an in-ring rant on Triple H. Even after Seth turned face, he's still not fully forgiving him. Especially since Seth has yet to address the issue with him personally. And of course, things got even more hectic when Seth became a Heel with Gods wondering how this will work, especially because....
  • Edge absolutely shocked the Pantheon by returning to the ring for the 2020 Royal Rumble, finally confirming a years-long set of rumors that he'd been physically cleared for a comeback, and even making it to the final three. Many were wondering how things would work out when he reunited with Randy Orton, who he'd allied with against DX back in the day, for a Rated RKO showdown...and were treated to the sight of Edge eliminating Orton just as Orton was ready to stab him in the back. Although Orton showed the following night that his venomous fangs would still find a way to strike at Edge, especially after losing a world title opportunity...
    • His feud with Seth Rollins has been reignited and he's been reverting back to his Brood days by dumping black paint on Rollin, quoting an old phrase he stated when he worked alongside Gangrel and unleashed the ring of fire entrance. Whether or not it's because Gangrel's blood flows through his veins or it's his decision is another thing...
  • For peculiar reason, Ares has found Edge to be a worthy vessel of his power. The Rated-R Superstar was suspicious over this offer and asked if there were any drawbacks. Ares only requested that he helped out with training a few demigod children when they ask for his help. Edge shrugged his shoulders and accepted the deal. At least these kids wouldn't betray him like the Judgment Day stable did.
  • "Beware, take care, because the freaks come out at night!"

Incineroar, God of Heel Wrestlers (The Heel Pokémon, Gaogaen, The Ring's Raging Flame, Tony The Tiger, Ejaculation Salt, Muscular Cat (by Kazuya Mishima))

    John Cena 
And the next pro- AND HIS NAME IS JOHN CENA!

John Felix Anthony Cena, God of the Five Moves of Doom (Fruity Pebbles, Super Cena, Potato Salad, Dr. of Thuganomics, Hunter Cain, Agent Burns, Peacemaker, Jakob Toretto)
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: The "U Can't C Me" logo; as Hunter Cain, it becomes his gun inscribed with the words "Sweet Caroline"
  • Theme Songs: "My Time Is Now"; "Basic Thuganomics (Word Life)" during his Dr. of Thuganomics days
  • Alignment: Lawful Good, but was more Chaotic Neutral during his Thuganomic days. Hunter Cain is Neutral Evil, Agent Burns is Lawful Neutral (later Lawful Good), Peacemaker is Lawful Evil but styles himself as Lawful Good and Jakob Toretto is Chaotic Neutral.
  • Portfolio: Five Moves of Doom, Appealing to Younger People and Those Who Like Kids, Beware the Nice Ones, Strength of a Hundred Gods, Recovering After Devestating Attacks, Being Loved as Much as Hated, Telling Off Other People
  • Domains: Strength, Wrestling, Momentum, Determination
  • Heralds: Zack Ryder
  • Followers: The Cenation (consists mostly of women and children)
  • Boss: Vince McMahon
  • Allies:
  • Rivals: Randy Orton, Roman Reigns, Edge (Friendly), CM Punk (Same), The Rock, Dolph Ziggler
  • Worthy Opponent: AJ Styles, Cesaro, Daniel Bryan
  • Teeth-Clenched Teamwork: Dean Ambrose
  • Conflicting Opinion: Brian Kendrick, Seth Rollins, Jon Stewart (It Makes Sense in Context, really)
  • Respects: Kenshiro, Son Goku
  • Commonality Connection: Baron Draxum
  • Ascended into Godhood when he managed to survive after being blasted by Goku's Kamehameha and retaliate with The Five Moves Of Doom. The Cenation cheered with the greatest of joy, but many of his critics swelled with such burning hatred that many of them combusted in flames.
  • Has been rumored to be one of the few survivors of Krypton. This rumor has not been confirmed yet.
    • Cena replied that he's not a Kryptonian, but has the strength of one.
  • Was not present at the 8-man Elimination Hell in a Cell match that decided the new God of Wrestling. Considering the strong and divided emotions he causes with simply his presence, this was probably for the best.
  • Is a powerful warrior who fights for the three virtues: Hustle, Loyalty and Respect. This has made him a nearly perfect member of the GUAG.
  • Cena has a habit of spending his free time in the House of Music, teaching the other members of the Pantheon the basics of Thuganomics, despite not practicing it often.
  • Is now preparing to fight fellow GUAG member Dway... err mean, The Rock at WrestleMania on April 1st, 2012. The entire Pantheon is following the lead-up to their epic clash, with members turning on allies and betting and fighting on the possible outcome.
    • Unfortunately, he fell short in his battle when he tried to end the fight with the People's Elbow. However, the two had a rematch the very next year where Cena beat the Rock for the first time ever.
  • During his younger years, Cena was a street-wise brawler known as the "Doctor of Thuganomics", who was known for being very brutal and brash compared to how he is now. Nowadays, Cena has meditated and become calm and level-headed, but will not hesitate to demonstrate his old "Ruthless Aggression" when pushed.
  • Damien Sandow onced cashed the Money in the Bank against him for Godhood. He instantly defeated Sandow in matter of seconds, ensuring that he kept his godly position.
  • He witnessed the ascension of his buddy Rey Mysterio and helped set up his temple in the House of Sports. John has decided to help Rey prepare a seat for his old friend/rival Eddie Guerrero, and makes sure to keep an eye out on Edge should the Ultimate Opportunist try to Spear him out of random.
  • Is starting to show that he does not have to rely on the Five Moves of Doom, busting out a variety of moves from a Hurricanrana, a Code Red, a Frankensteiner, and even a Figure-Four Leg Lock to a variety of wrestlers from CM Punk, Cesaro and even AJ Styles. Many gods are debating as to how Cena's standing in the Pantheon has changed.
  • Once copied Rarity's penchant for whining. The look on Rarity's face was of shock...for about three seconds. She immediately rolled on the floor laughing, composed herself, and then asked if it was possible if she could tailor some new shirts for him (in purple). Many other Gods—particularly the Equestrian ones especially Sweetie Belle, Rarity's little sister—were taken aback at how it all played out.
  • Thanks to one certain wrestler (*cough* The Rock *cough*), Cena has now been doing commercials regarding Fruity Pebbles, getting advertisement advice from one Billy Mays. And then this came to its obvious conclusion, when he (apparently) has a prehistoric version of himself that interacted with Fred Flintstone.
    • He became good friends with Pyrrha Nikos since she also did advertisement for cereals. Cena has been comforting her after learning of her death.
  • Sometimes, there's an avatar of Cena who wields a gun called "Sweet Caroline" striving to fight off monsters known as EVOs, calling himself Hunter Cain parading in his temple. Those who have seen this avatar are taken back as Hunter Cain is the exact opposite of the Cenation Leader. John Cena himself makes no comment about him.
    • Bumblebee is wary of him (which shouldn't be possible since they both like kids) because Cena looks similar to a Sector Seven character named "Agent Burns".
    • Was quite happy to find Baron Draxum ascended since the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles mentioned that Cena was similar to Draxum due to the voice and Draxum's abilities to turn invisible, reflecting Cena's Catchphrase.
  • Also, don't make him mad. The last person who tried hitting on Cena's good friend Zack Ryder was...pummeled six ways to Sunday.
    • And another thing? NEVER hurt his dad. The last two gods who did this (Edge slapping him across the face, Randy Orton kicking him in the head), were beaten up by an enraged Cena that made him look as if he could fight off against Asura if he had to.
  • Has started to train Shaggy and Scooby for an upcoming match for Wrestlemania where they will be fighting Kane. They're gonna need it.
  • Honestly has no idea what to think of Brian Kendrick, seeing as when Brian Kendrick did a rap battle to him a while back he accidentally would kickstart the "Cena Sucks!" chants that can be heard when Cena wrestles. And when John Cena learned how Brian Kendrick can perform the BURNING HAMMER, Cena has now noted that Kendrick could be a formidable threat.
  • His favorite anime world is Fist of the North Star, so naturally he's a big admirer of Kenshiro. However, Goku's smug and defiant attitude towards the Tournament of Power in the Dragon Ball multiverse has caught Cena's attention and even a measure of his respect.
  • Is still wary of Seth Rollins even after Rollins made his Heel–Face Turn due to Rollins almost snapping Edge's neck even after Cena apologized. His alliance with Dean Ambrose is still shaky, but he's glad to see both Ambrose and Rollins burying the hatchet.
  • After he and Roman Reigns had a blistering confrontation, the House of Sports has been advertising the epic clash they are about to go through. Many are wondering as to how this fight will end and no one expected that Reigns actually won or how the entire crowd chanted "Thank you Cena!". Yes, pigs flew that day.
  • Had the audacity to goad The Undertaker into a WrestleMania match a year after Taker's loss to Roman Reigns. It ended with Cena beaten within five minutes.
  • Is off to face "The Fiend" at Wrestlemania 36 and various gods have warned him that any wrestler who wrestled with him (and lost) were somehow corrupted into a previous form of theirs. Cena isn't that worried — he did beat Bray six years prior — but many are still unsure.
    • Many gods were frightened out of their wits when Bray Wyatt's "Firefly Funhouse Match" involved him breaking Cena in regards to Cena's career of "Ruthless Aggression" and being the hero before the Fiend emerged, pinned him and subsequently made Cena truly disappear out of existence. No one has seen heads or tails of Cena since then...
    • ...until Money in the Bank 2021 where he made a return no one saw coming. Many gods were cheering in glee and no signs of a "John Cena Sucks" chants were in sight.

    Rey Mysterio 

"Who's that jumping out the sky? R-E-Y Mysterio, here we go!"

Rey Mysterio, God of Masked Luchadors (Oscar Gutierrez, Rey Mysterio Jr./Rey Misterio, The Ultimate Underdog, The Legendary King of Mystery, The King of Lucha Libre, Rey Mysteriopal)
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: Any of his Masks, or a question mark topped with a crown
  • Theme Songs: 619, Booyaka 619, Crossing Borders
  • Alignment: Lawful Good/Neutral Good
  • Portfolio: fast, agile wrestlers, speaking Spanish and English, cute looking and small ass kickers, those who like children and those who kids like back (and one who will hunt you down if you hurt his) or just attempting to hurt his family in general, crosses on his outfit and body, Face, numerous wrestling outfits that verge on Costume Porn, fighting against opponents taller than he is, luchador masks, being older than what they appear to be, kicking ass while also being Roman Catholic, Action Dad.
  • Domains: Wrestling (particularly Lucha Libre), Good, Mexico, Legacy.
  • Heralds:
    • Family: Rey Misterio Sr. (his uncle and the original Rey Misterio), Dominik Mysterio (his son, currently strained), Angie (his wife) and Murphy (his future son-in-law)
    • Legado del Fantasma/LWO (Latino World Order): Santos Escobar, Zelina Vega, Joaquin Wilde, Cruz del Toro, Bad Bunny.
    • Other: Oscar/Enygma
  • High Priest: El Santo
  • Followers: El Fuerte, Sin Cara (both the original wielder and Jorge Arias), El Toro Fuerte (no relation to El Fuerte), MASK de Smith, Juan Aguacate, La Tostada
  • Boss: Vince McMahon
  • Allies: John Cena, King II, Zangief, The Murray,Yayoi Kise, Matt Hardy and Jeff Hardy (only when they're not BROKEN), Daniel Bryan, Travis Touchdown, The Undertaker, Paul London and Brian Kendrick, Little Mac, Sora
  • Rivals: Edge (a friendly one though), CM Punk (also friendly), Seth Rollins, Kane, Randy Orton, Dolph Ziggler, Akuma
  • Fears: Quetzalcoatl
  • Enemies: The GUAE essentially, YHVH
  • Not to be confused with: Quentin Beck/Mysterio
  • King II decided to bring in one of the most famous masked wrestlers of all time, Rey Mysterio, into the Pantheon. This is because no matter how big the opponent or how small the odds, Rey Mysterio has never given up. Rey also has been one of the biggest Faces throughout his entire career—even gods like John Cena weren't that squeaky clean in the beginning.
    • There was a bit of a debate that some gods suggested El Santo be God of the Masked Luchador. However, when the Court of the Gods went over El Santo's profile, his fame actually came more for his masked persona rather than his wrestling skill. This cemented Rey's position, but Rey thought it would be right if El Santo became his High Priest. The Court of Gods agreed.
  • Is very, very protective of his children. The last god who decided to hurt them (CM Punk who caused his daughter to cry on her birthday by singing to her), got a 619 to the face. Punk has since apologized for acting like such a douche and has buried the hatchet with him.
  • Is an avid comic book fan, and every year at Wrestlemania (or any other pay-per-view he fights in), he comes out as different types of superheroes ranging from Daredevil, Captain America, Iron Man, and The Flash. There was also that one time he dressed up as the Joker, which caused the Clown Prince of Crime to laugh his ass off at the tribute.
    • Yayoi Kise actually came to him with some of her comic books, hoping that Rey would use it for inspiration for his costumes. To her surprise, Rey said the designs were very interesting and he told her he'd wear her designs next time he fought. Yayoi immediately shed tears of happiness, causing many of the gods who saw the two together to coo in delight.
  • Many gods have learned the hard way about underestimating Rey's skills. They've soon had themselves kicked in the face and then followed up with the 619 or a Frog Splash for good measure. It's gotten to the point that it's become a huge drinking game in the Houses of Combat, Sports and Commerce to see how many gods get their asses kicked by him.
  • Despite never turning heel, there was that one Alternate Universe where he got amnesia on the road to Wrestlemania thanks to Jack Swagger. The Rey in that universe knew about Jack giving him amnesia, but was having too much fun living by his own rules to reveal the truth, though he eventually fell out with Swagger and more or less returned to his heroic ways.
  • When he's not practicing or training, Rey is usually seen in the House of Weapons, trying to find some new swords for his collection. Gods who didn't believe he could kick their asses are now fearing the day he comes wielding a sword in tandem with his luchador skills.
    • Travis Touchdown met up with him and handed Rey a spare Beam Katana he had on hand. Rey...smiled.
  • Despite their stance as rivals, Edge and Rey actually have teamed up together and won the tag team champions once or twice. For old time's sake, Edge teamed with Rey to fight off the Hardys in a friendly match. Once the match was over, however, Rey was on the receiving end of a Spear. Rey then retaliated with a 619, so it all was fair.
    • It took a while for Rey to forgive Edge in regards to his decision to marry Vickie Guerrero though, especially since Vickie became very abrasive to Rey for a time.
  • Is not to be confused with Mysterio in the House of Magic. The last time Quentin Beck tried to pretend he was the luchador, Rey chased him with the beam katana he got from Travis.
    • The Magician Mysterio did have a laugh when Rey dressed up as him for his Wrestlemania 35 match and then got his ass handed to him in under a minute. Rey calmly picked up a sword and once again went after Mysterio and began cursing in non-family friendly Spanish.
  • Rey is never allowed to use a steel chair in a wrestling match. Why, do you ask? Because unlike most heel and anti-hero gods who can easily get disqualified if they have one in their hands, he gets away with it due to him being so squeaky clean and somehow it's justified that he's channeling the spirit of his friend Eddie Guerrero.
  • Was once accused of placing the Undertaker in a coma. After enough investigation, it was revealed that it was really Kane who did the deed and framed the luchador to hide the evidence. Rey even said that despite the matches the two had with one another, there would be no way that he could beat the Deadman into such a state.
    • Of course it should be noted that Rey did break Taker's orbital bone and gave him a concussion during a match, hence why Kane thought he could not only commit the assault in the first place, but also frame Rey for it.
  • On one occasion, he got into a scuffle with Akuma, which resulted in him dodging the Shun Goku Satsu and countering with a 619. Akuma left... mightily impressed.
  • Is impossible to be hated, as his title is "The Ultimate Underdog"...except for the Pantheon Wrestling Federation's Royal Rumble Match in 2014, the fans booed him due to them expecting Daniel Bryan as #30. Rey understands that it's not really him that they hated that night, but more on how Daniel Bryan got screwed over for a chance to headline Wrestlemania.
  • Also can be seen in the Academy, supervising the Lucha Libré club.
  • After leaving the WWE Universe, he had a match with Tigre Uno/Xtreme Tiger against Hijo del Perro Aguayo and Manik in Tijuana for Lucha Libre AAA (who both Mysterio and Perro Jr. competed for at the time). The match ended in tragedy when he kicked Perro Jr. in the back (which is not strong as it is) to land him on the second rope for the 619, only for Perro's neck to be heavily injured by the rope itself. Mysterio got shocked after learning that Perro Jr. passed away one day later after the match, and gave condolences to the Aguayo family for the accident. The Court of the Gods checked that Rey Mysterio lacked malicious intent in the death of Perro Jr., seeing that Rey is actually the one who checked that something was wrong during that match.
  • Was originally called Rey Mysterio Jr. because his uncle and mentor was the original Rey Misterio. In order to regain his mask in WWE after being forced to unmask in World Championship Wrestling, he has taken up the mantle as the main Rey Mysterio (with his uncle competing as Misterio Sr.). The idea was actually his uncle's, and the Loophole Abuse was accepted by the Mexican sporting authorities, because no one liked how anticlimactic and random his de-masking was in the first place. Though he does still accept being called Mysterio Jr. out of respect.
  • Is a Roman Catholic and, like most gods in the Pantheon, absolutely has a dislike for YHVH. He has befriended other religious wrestlers like AJ Styles, Shawn Michaels and Luna Vachon and goes to pray on Sundays with his family. Be warned that harming his family during these masses is guaranteed to have Rey chase after you.
  • It does not matter who you are or how tough you are, if you hurt his kids, Rey will come after you. Case in point: when Brock Lesnar started beating up his son, Rey arrived with a steel pipe and made Lesnar bleed, even going as far as to challenge the Beast at Survivor Series 2019. Yes, he did lost, but needless to say no one is going to underestimate the Ultimate Underdog anytime soon. And no, believing that Dominic isn't as tough as his father is an absolutely stupid thing to do as he and Rey pulled off a stereo 619 onto Lesnar before both performed a Frog Splash to The Beast. The Court of the Gods were impressed with this and Dominic is now an additional herald to Rey, spending time practicing and honing his wrestling skills. This eventually paid off as the two became the first father-son Tag Team Champions...until a series of incidents due to Edge's decision of mentoring some wrestlers had them create a stable called The Judgment Day who corrupted Dominic to join them. For his part, Edge apologized for how his actions caused a rift between Rey and his son, but has also told Rey that he can't put kid gloves on the boy. After Dominic insulted Rey's wife, Rey snapped and went on the offensive. If he finds anyone attempting to hurt his wife, he'll punch them before going on a rage-inducing rant.
    Rey: You pushed me! You pushed me to do this! I didn't want to hit you, you made me hit you! THAT'S MY WIFE!
  • One feud of his involved Seth Rollins, who is now known as the "Monday Night Messiah" and later "The Savior of Smackdown". Mysterio got in trouble because it involved the following: Rollins playing mind games with him, and then costing his eye in Extreme Rules 2020; and his own overprotective phase towards his daughter Aliyah, forbidding her to date Murphy because the latter was Rollins' disciple at the time. Once the feud was finished, Murphy is now accepted into the Mysterio family as a herald.
  • His most recent herald is a young boy named Oscar who hails from a world where Rey is a superhero who fights off baddies based off of Mexican mythos. When asked, Rey has said nothing and requests that Oscar (or "Enygma") keep mum until the time is right.
  • Booyaka!

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