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"Welcome, ladies and gentlemen, to the Pantheon Wrestling Federation!"

With the recent influx of wrestling based gods coming into the Pantheon, it was necessary to find a place for them to fight so that their brawls don't go spilling everywhere. It was decreed in a joint effort by the Houses of Combat, Commerce and Sports to create the Pantheon Wrestling Fedaration, where the Wrestling Gods can come together to duke it out in front of millions (and millions!).


The Pantheon Wrestling Federation, located in what is known as the Pantheon Square Garden, is the mecca for the big wrestling pay-per-views of the year (charged by fee through the House of Commerce of course), and where anything goes. With enough tables, ladders, chairs and other wrestling paraphernalia scattered everywhere, this place has no shortage of items needed for an all-out brawl. Gods from the House of Craft help make merchandise of all the gods ranging from action figures, shirts, makeshift belts and whatnot (with 60% of the profits going to the House of Sports), and even help designing the wrestling gear for the gods themselves. The biggest of matches are occasionally held in the Olympus Sports Arena.

The wrestlers are divided into the ages of Wrestling: the Platinum Age, the Golden Age, the Silver Age, the Attitude era, the Brand Extension era, the WWE Inc. Era and the New Era. While there is slight tension between those who like the older generation instead of the new, everyone can agree that they all love a good brawl whenever it happens.


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    Jim Ross 
Jim Ross, God of Commentators (Good Ol' JR)
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: His hat and his BBQ Sauce placed next to each other.
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • The first to spearhead the campaign for the Pantheon Wrestling Federation, his announcement met with much joy throughout the Pantheon.
  • Most people know not to ridicule or harm Jim Ross if they want to stay alive. Others who has done so in the past often became high priority targets by the Wrestling gods as well as the many followers of Ross.

    John Bradshaw Layfield 
John "Bradshaw" Layfield, God of Heels (John Layfield, Bradshaw, Justin "Hawk" Bradshaw, JBL)
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: His Own Initials.
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil, but Chaotic Good when on commentary.
  • Is naturally opposed by the God of Faces, not just on a Face vs. Heel level, but also due to JBL's racist comments towards the Dragon upon ascending.
  • When he's not wrestling, he joins Jim Ross on commentary. With the newly instated Pantheon Wrestling Federation, he begins to bring his own quips and knowledge about wrestling into the stage. He's... actually much nicer on the mic than when he's in the ring.

    Tony Schiavone 
Tony Schiavone, Master of Hyperbole
  • The Greatest God in the history of the Pantheon!
  • Symbol: The WCW Monday Nitro logo.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • As an announcer, Schiavone never directly gets involved in any of the numerous fights that take place in the Pantheons. Instead, he offers his insights on the action alongside a jolly fat guy and a former manager who actually knows what he's doing. Schiavone is also incredibly easy to please, as evidence by his overwhelmingly positive review of a match between Iron Chef Morimoto and a bale of hay, which ended in a time-limit draw.
  • Joined the Pantheon Wrestling Federation as the WCW representative commentator.

    Howard Finkel 
Howard Finkel, God of Wrestling Announcers (The Fink)
  • Quasideity (with a voice of a Greater God)
  • Symbol: A WWE Microphone
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • The Pantheon Wrestling Federation needed someone to announce the Gods who were coming in to fight. The Court of the Gods were interrupted by Howard Finkel introducing himself to them. They immediately agreed in giving him this position.
  • He also announces matches and other fights that go on in the Pantheon. This has resulted in more gods coming in to see brawls, due to how loud his voice echoes throughout the Pantheon.
  • Came to the PWF to announce the wrestlers coming to fight.

    Joey Styles 
Joey Styles, God of the Big "OMG!" (Joseph Bonsigore, The Extreme Announcer, The Voice of ECW, The Unscripted, Uncensored Loose Cannon of Commentary)
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: The ECW Announcers Table.
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral
  • Has no problem calling matches by himself if all of his fellow broadcasters are unavailable.
  • Whenever he screams his Catchphrase, everyone in the pantheon knows some serious shit just went down.
  • He is one of the very few English speaking Gods, that is considered to be an acceptable replacement for JR.
  • Though lately he spends his days as Vice President for the Pantheon Digital Media Content making sure the gods, good or evil get the best clips that exemplifies their heroics or villainy.

Platinum Age

    Bruno Sammartino 
Bruno Sammartino, God of Living Legends, Long Running Champions and Positive Examples of Invincible Heroes (The Living Legend, The Italian Superman)
  • Greater God
  • Symbol: The WWWF World Heavyweight Championship Belt
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • THE most respected Wrestling God out of them all, even Bret Hart looks up to him. His presence caused a surge of fans to watch him beat up anyone that comes his way.
  • Amazed most gods when they learned that he was a World Champion for more than 4000 days. This personal record was placed in the House of Knowledge for all to say. The wrestling gods agreed that none of them would ever break that prestigious record.
    • Also sold out the prestigious Pantheon Square Garden arena 187 times.

Golden Age

    Hulk Hogan 
Hulk Hogan, God of Attack Invulnerabilities (The Hulkster, The Immortal One, HOAK HOGAN)
  • Theme Song: Real American.
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: Anything red and yellow. Including Iron Man, on one occasion that they both wish could remain forgotten.
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • In honor of his dear friend, Hulk asked the Court of the Gods to bring André the Giant into the Pantheon. After learning of André's plights with his gigantism, and using at least twenty boxes of tissues to dry their eyes, they brought him in. André's ascension also brought a rematch between the two wrestlers, with Gods chanting André's name to welcome him.

    André The Giant 
André the Giant, God of Wrestling Giants (André Rene Roussimoff, Fezzik, The Eighth Wonder of the World)
  • Theme Song: The Eighth Wonder.
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A Big Silhouette of Himself.
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Easily the most recognized wrestling giants 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, 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 in recent memory.
  • In honor of Wrestlemania XXX, André created the André the Giant Battle Royal, with whomever winning it granted his blessing and a chance to ascend the Pantheon. The winner, Cesaro, defeated the Big Show in a manner similar to the Hulk Hogan match 27 tears earlier, and Cesaro immediately ascended as an Intermediate God.

    Ric Flair 
Ric Flair, God of Ring Oldies (The Nature Boy, The Man, The Dirtiest Player in the Game)
  • Theme Song: Also Sprach Zarathustra, but with a WOOOOOO in the beginning.
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A Big Gold Belt.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Despite ascending to Godhood, parts of his body (such as his forehead and scalp) are still very susceptible to bleeding at even the slightest physical trauma. Until the wound is healed, blood pours out from Flair's body without stopping.
  • Should anybody in the Pantheon say "WOOO" within Flair's hearing range, then expect him to challange that person to a "WOOO-off". It is ill-advised to put your money on his opponent, since Ric Flair Is called "The Dirtiest Player in the Game" for a reason. Liu Kang learned it the hard way.

    Ted DiBiase 
Ted DiBiase, God of Wrestlers With Second Jobs (The Million Dollar Man)
  • Theme Song: "Everybody's got a Price"
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: The Million Dollar Belt.
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Created the Money in the Bank and puts his money into the briefcases. Even though the one who possesses the case loses his cash-in match, he will gain a large amount of Ted's wealth.

    "Rowdy" Roddy Piper 
"Rowdy" Roddy Piper, God of Talk Show with Fists (Hot Rod, George Roderick Toombs)
  • Theme Song: "The Green Hills of Tyrol"
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A Kilt or a Coconut.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Upon ascension, Piper immediately brought back the Pit and featured a number of Gods on the show, almost of all them ending in violence. Many have also carried helmets in case of coconuts.
  • Despite his rank, he's one of the more dangerous gods in the Pantheon due to his general unpredictability. "Just when they think they've got the answers, I CHANGE THE QUESTIONS."
  • He's also come here to chew bubblegum and kick ass, and he's all out of bubblegum.

    Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat 
Ricky "The Dragon" Steamboat, God of Faces (Richard Blood)
  • Theme Song: This.
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: A Golden Dragon.
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Spent three decades with out making a Face–Heel Turn, cementing his status as God of Faces.
  • Due to his age, he mostly train mortals and dieties who wish to become wrestlers in the Pantheon Wrestling Federation. He can still kick the crap out of most of his students with his martial arts skills and firebreath, though.

    The Iron Sheik 
The Iron Sheik, God of Foreign Wrestling Villains (Hossein Khosrow Ali Vaziri, Sheikie Baby)
  • Theme Song: "Sheika"
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: The Flag of Iran (with the word "IRAN" in English block letters on the white stripe instead of stars)
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil
  • Ascended partly due to his legacy and popularity among certain worshippers and partly due to an incident where he walked into the Gladiator Pit of Mary Suetopia and locked a still-recovering Gobbledy Gooker in the Camel Clutch, "humbling" the Gooker and rendering him injured again.
  • Is forbidden from entering the House of Combat to prevent him and Hogan from getting into another fight.
  • Whenever not antagonizing non-Irani or non-Russian gods, he pretty much spends most of his time rambling for hours against anybody who he thinks has dissrespected him, mentioning how he will "make them humble" with the "Iranian Loch Ness". Let's just say that it is a big list of people.
    "If you no wanna show respect to the Sheik, I suplex you, put you in the Camel Clutch, break your back, make you humble and FACK YOUR ASS!"

    Terry Funk 
Terry Funk, Co-God of Hardcore Wrestling (Chainsaw Charlie, The Hardcore Icon, The Funker)
  • Theme Song: "Hardcore Icon" for Funk.
  • Intermediate God (Greater God when teamed up and/or when wielding an object lit on fire)
  • Symbol: A Baseball bat wrapped in barbed wire, His headwrap
  • Alignment: Varies though always Chaotic
  • Upon his ascension they promptly sent invitations to any and all challengers for a free-for-all anything goes melee. Of course this brawl became a weekly event.
  • Terry claims he'll retire once every other month only to return for that weekly brawl.
  • Despite his Hardcore moniker, he is capable of wrestling traditionally. He just choose not to.

Silver Age

    Bret Hart 
Bret Hart, God of Professional Wrestling, (The Hitman; The Best There Is, The Best There Was, And The Best There Ever Will Be)

    The Undertaker 
The Undertaker, God of Wrestling Monsters (The Demon of Death Valley, The Last Outlaw, Big Evil, The Phenom, The Deadman, The American Badass, Mark William Calaway.)
  • Theme Song: "Rest In Peace"
  • Intermediate God, but gains the power of an Greater God during Wrestlemania.
  • Symbol: A stylized uppercase T with an x going through the bottom. Alternatively, an urn.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral, though in the past has been Chaotic Good and even Lawful Evil.
  • His job is mainly to collect souls and bring them into the afterlife, thereby making them 'Rest In Peace'. He keeps these captured souls in an urn and draws strength from them when he needs it, though in its absence he learned to draw strength from his followers as well. As a minion of Death of the Endless, he was assigned to collect souls from the WWF in 1990 along with manager Paul Bearer (himself a necromancer), who he later had a falling out with.
  • He briefly broke away from Death's control at the end of 1999 (after he was defeated in a brief skirmish with a man who had escaped from Hell and his brother) and regained his mortality, though after he was killed in a Buried Alive match by his brother Kane in 2003, Paul Bearer managed to pull some strings and resurrect him, essentially regaining his old position in the Pantheon.
  • Kane has challenged him for this position many times, and in 2010 with the help of Paul Bearer, Kane almost succeeded by burying him alive. But, like the several previous times he was buried alive, he got better, and Kane's powers quickly decayed once again at the hands of Edge.
    • However, Kane has finally ascended into the Pantheon and is willing to fight his brother for this seat once again. On the days they do get along, they become the "Brothers of Destruction" and anyone who is their target gets to be a part of their 'brotherly bonding'.
  • Even though Kane is the devil's favorite demon, the devil still addresses Undertaker as "sir".
  • During the time of WrestleMania, The Undertaker is known to be nearly undefeatable against any force. Many gods of the Pantheon believe that defeating him during WrestleMania will elevate them to the status of Overdeity. But as each year had passed, as each Wrestlemania came and went, as each challenger stepped forward, mortals and gods alike, as every trick in the book (both fair and foul) was throw at him, as close as victory neared itself towards Undertakers opponent, the results has always remained the same: The challengers defeated by the Demon of Death Valley, only to add more fuel to his dark powers. Then at Wrestlemania XXX, a mortal known as Brock Lesnar did the impossible: he beat the streak. The Pantheon became silent from the revelation. Brock just wants to know if he's made it to the Pantheon.
    • Nowadays, Undertaker has semi-retired from wrestling in the mortal realm, and quietly spends the time in between Wrestlemanias in the House of Life and Death ushering souls into the afterlife.
  • When the sun is suddenly blocked out (or if the lights go out in whatever building his target happens to be inside) as the gong is heard in the middle of the darkness, one can only expect the Deadman to appear once the lights come back and for him to unleash his wrath on any nearby target.
  • Undertaker was once aided by Chuck Norris in a Casket match against Yokozuna where his godhood was on the line. The relation between these two gods are still unknown after the battle.
  • Despite his rocky relationship with his former manager Paul Bearer, Undertaker was genuinely saddened when he died. CM Punk then called him interrupting him as he paid tribute to Paul Bearer, and stealing the urn. Taker was not amused, going on to defeat Punk at Wrestlemania.

    Shawn Michaels 
Shawn Michaels, God of Popularity After Breakup (HBK/The Heartbreak Kid, Mr. WrestleMania, Michael Shawn Hickenbottom, The Showstopper)
  • Theme Song: "Sexy Boy"
  • Greater God
  • Symbol: The DX Logo or a sword piercing through a heart.
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • Plans to challenge Bret Hart for the position of God of Wrestling.
  • He ascended to Godhood after his second attempt to defeat the Undertaker at Wrestlemania. Even though he didn't beat him, he got closer than any mortal or deity that has ever tried, shocking everyone at the last moments of the match where he slapped the Undertaker with all of his remaining strength until Undertaker had to Tombstone him to end his suffering.
    • As Mr. Wrestlemania, ANY match with Shawn is said to be epic. If he's fighting a match at Wrestlemania, expect it to be amazing, no exceptions.
  • What makes him so different from the other wrestlers who ascended? "I sing my own theme song!" (although ironically, he can't sing at all).
  • A big Berserk Button of his is hearing how people don't believe how he doesn't know controversy. He immediately started screaming, "I JUST KICKED STAN!!!" and then doing Sweet Chin Music on everyone and anyone in his path for the next fifteen minutes.

    Luna Vachon 
Luna Vachon, Co-Goddess of Vampire Wrestlers and Blood Baths (Gertrude Vachon)
  • Theme Song: "Enginerock".
  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: A set of Vein-Like Tattoos around the eye.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral, with some leanings toward Chaotic Good
  • Luna's training for the day that she can fight Manami Toyota for the Woman's Championship. She promises that she won't mess Manami up too badly.
  • Is actually a really nice person when she's not being a vampire or anything. Also, don't ask her about her husband's Brood days—she doesn't know anything about them.

Attitude Era

    Steve Austin 
Steve Austin, God of The Big "WHAT?!"' (Stone Cold, The Texas Rattlesnake, The Alcohol-Fueled Whoop-Ass Machine)
  • Theme Song: Glass Shatters, either version.
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: The Middle-Finger Gesture (Stone Cold Salute) and/or Skull with smoking eye Sockets.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • It is customary to quote Austin 3:16 - "I just whupped your ass!" when one completes such an act. "Because Stone Cold said so." also has its moments.
  • Was unable to win the tournament that decided the God of Wrestling. He still got to kick CM Punk's ass, though.
  • In recent time, there has been many fights between him and the God of Straight Edge, CM Punk.
  • Whatever you do, NEVER EVER hurt Jim Ross in his presence. It will end badly.

    The Rock 
The Rock, God of Those Larger Than Hams (Dwayne Johnson, The People's Champ, Rocky, The Brahma Bull, The Most Electrifying Man in Sports Entertainment, The Great One, Rocky Mavia)
  • Theme Song: "The Rock Says"
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: His bull tattoo, with the trademark eyebrow.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • At one point he was a complete straight good guy, and is much much more hated due to his cliched personality. Got sick of it, he finally breaks away his 'goody two shoes' persona and does a lot of fabulous hammy, charismatic speech, and THAT eyebrow, while kicking much ass in process. As a result, he quickly rose into stardom and becomes 'The People's Champ', not looking behind anymore.
  • Fought against John Cena in two consecutive Wrestlemania events, proving that he can still go up against (and in the case of their first encounter, beat) one of the biggest names that the world of wrestling has to offer. Ever since that day, he has tried to become a Greater God worthy enough to be in the Main House. Many gods have said that it is impossible. The Rock's response was simple: "THE ROCK WIPES A MONKEY'S ASS WITH THE WORD IMPOSSIBLE!"
  • His followers, known as "The Millions", as well as his personal army known as "Team Bring It", are the source of power for his most devestating attack: The Peoples Elbow. After throwing any of his belongings to nearby onlookers, no matter how small or insignificant, he runs over his opponents body as energy from the people gathers to his elbow, that he later uses to unleash a powerfull blow towards his opponents chest. This move is almost guaranteed to gain a victory for him if he has enough support for it... or if his opponent can lay down on the ground long enough.

Kane, God of Evil Mask Wearers (Glenn Jacobs, Issac Yankem DDS, Christmas Creature, Hell's Favorite Demon, The Big Red Machine/Monster, Jacob Goodnight)
  • Leitmotif: "Slow Chemical".
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: His Mask behind a fiery background.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil, but verges on Chaotic Neutral on a good day
  • Once had to take anger management with Daniel Bryan. This resulted in a time where Kane was...nice, to put in perspective. The Trollkaigers had a field day for a while, doing what they could to get Kane to blow his top. The one time they did manage this, Kane brought out a steel chair. The results weren't pretty, to say the least.
  • Whenever he and The Undertaker team together (which is rare), WATCH OUT. these two become the powerful "Brothers of Destruction" and the two spend time "trying to out-do each other" when it comes to beating up gods that come their way. Then after that's over, the two start tearing each other's throats out, which by then everyone in a twenty-foot radius better run for the hills as they start summoning fire and lightning to murder each other with.
  • It was originally thought that his mask was covering up hideous burn scars from the fire that claimed the life of his and Undertaker's parents when they were children, but when he was finally unmasked...turns out it was just smeared make-up underneath. It could be that his biological father Paul Bearer brainwashed him into believing he was scarred, but that's just one theory of many about his twisted past.
  • Makes his entrance in the PWF with a burst of pyro that lights up the ring posts.

    Matt Hardy 
Matt Hardy, God of Second Best Elder Brothers (Matt Hardy: Version 1)
  • Theme Song: "Live for the Moment" in WWE, "Rogue and Cold Blooded" in TNA, "Another White Lie" in ROH.
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: The Hardy Boyz necklace over the stylizied initials MH in red.
  • Alignment: Lawful Good as Face, Neutral Evil as Heel
  • After a controversial stint which involved him faking suicide...Matt was blackmailed from the Pantheon and in risk to be demoted to The Fallen. However, he successfully atoned for his actions and set his temple here.
    • His main philosophy is "Stronger Than Death", which is his main focus in Ring of Honor.
  • After years of bad blood with one another, he and Edge have buried the hatchet. This doesn't stop Edge from using the spear on him when they step into the ring, but at least they aren't threatening to kill each other.
  • Whenever he and Jeff team up, the Hardy Boyz can usually be seen having epic tag team matches against the World's Greatest Tag Team. Both Matt and Jeff respect Shelton Benjamin and Charlie Haas, and the feeling's mutual.

    Jeff Hardy 
Jeff Hardy, God of the Dye Hard (The Charismatic Enigma, The Rainbow-Haired Warrior, The Anti-Christ of Professional Wrestling, Willow the Whisp)
  • Leitmotif: "No More Words". "Another Me" in his Anti-Christ persona.
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: The Hardy Boyz necklace over a stylized tattoo of roots. If he's the Anti Christ of Professional Wrestling, it becomes his customized TNA World Heavyweight Championship belt. If he's Willow, it's his black and white umbrella.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good, Chaotic Evil as the Antichrist of Professional Wrestling and Chaotic Neutral as Willow (All of them heavy on the Chaotic)
  • After struggling with his own demons, Jeff climbed all the way to the top of the Pantheon and made his Temple here. This was met with a round of applause by most wrestlers. Most of them, since he had to contend with the likes of Edge attempting to spear him at any moment, and also because Gangrel was happy to see a former Brood member in the Pantheon. When asked what was Jeff's history with Gangrel, Jeff declined to answer.
    • The Undertaker smirked when Jeff arrived. When asked why, he explain how the two had a famous ladder match with Jeff almost winning the WWE World Championship from the Undertaker himself. The Undertaker awaits the day the two headline Wrestlemania in the Pantheon Square Garden.
  • On a good day, he's goofing off and calling other gods "Freaks" (but mostly because he's like them). On a bad day, he's calling himself the Anti-Christ of Professional Wrestling where he starts preaching strange dark prophecies and speeches regarding humanity.
  • Goes to the House of Craft to craft his shirts and also prepare his face paint when he enters the ring. Many of them have taken guesses as to what colors he would dye his hair and face and how long it would take before he decides to change it to another style.

Edge, God Of Opportunists and Tables, Ladders and Chairs (The Rated R-Superstar, The Ultimate Opportunist, Adam Copeland)
  • Theme Song: "Metalingus" with the words, "You think you know me?" at the beginning.
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: An MPAA R-rating logo inside a Star.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Was sent to Hell by The Undertaker but somehow cheated him into sending him here. Rest assured, the Deadman will find him.
  • Ascended by using Money in the Bank against John Bradshaw Layfield, making him a mere mortal while securing his own spot in the Pantheon.
    • However, JBL returned as the God of Heels.
  • Edge has mastered the art of opportunism to perfection. He has been able to spear many dieties in a great variety of moments, such as during deep kisses, funerals, bathroom breaks, meetings, concerts, rousing speeches, recently earned victories, during the jumpscare of a screamer, birthdays etc etc. He has even given advice to ninjas of the Pantheon.
  • He is still in good relations with friend/brother Christian. Claims to be a "pseudo-vampire" during his time in the Brood.
    • That last statement bit him in the ass when he found out that Gangrel got into the Pantheon. When asked why that 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 them do a "Five-Second Pose". Edge was then seen screaming and tossing chairs everywhere.
  • 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.

Christian, God of the Weak, but Skilled (William Jay Reso, Captain Charisma, Christian Cage, Instant Classic)
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A capital C with a crown on top
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • Has a finisher called the Impaler...or the Implant DDT. No one can tell the difference.
  • Edge pretty much hugged Christian in relief when he ascended. The two celebrated "For the benefit of those with flash photography" with a 5-second pose. With Christian back, E & C can now be seen going head to head with the Hardyz, the Pantheon's Greatest Tag Team and Londrick for epic TLC matches.
  • Hates Randy Orton with a passion due to him losing his World Heavyweight Championship after winning it in honor of Edge when he retired. Also doesn't see eye to eye with CM Punk since, according to CM Punk:
    Punk: I don't come out here each and every night, bitching and moaning, and bitching and bitching (Ad infinitum)

Gangrel, Co-God of Vampire Wrestlers and Blood Baths (David Heath, Lestat the Vampire, Vampire Warrior)
  • Theme Song: "Blood".
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: A Goblet next to a Silver Ankh, or a Wolf's Head.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral, with some leanings toward Chaotic Good
  • Randy Orton challenged him and Luna to a 2-on-1 handicap in the Pantheon Square Garden, and then ambushed them with an RKO each. Unfortunately for him, the two retaliated with a blood bath of their own, which took at least two whole days to clean off. He's hated them ever since and the feeling's mutual.
  • Keeps his history with Edge, Christian and the Hardy Boys a secret. Thus, no one knows what exactly happened with those five.

    Scott Steiner 
Scott Steiner, God of Angrish (Big Poppa Pump, The Genetic Freak, Freakzilla, The Big Bad Booty Daddy, The Man with the Largest Arms in the Pantheon)
  • Theme Song: "Holler if you hear me!".
  • Lesser God (Though he believes to be a Greater God)
  • Symbol: A silhouette of a head with his sunglasses, goatee and chainmail.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral or Evil, it's hard to tell with him
  • It is considered wise to NEVER use the word "Hurricanrana" in his precense. He demands that it should always be called a "Frankensteiner", a move that he can suprisingly still pull off.
  • Everytime Steiner enters the House of Love, he uses astronomy as a means to explain the size of his "Big Dipper" wile claiming that he has women 9 days out of the week. Nobody tells him that the week only has 7 days, unless they want to hear him ramble on in Angrish, his native language, in an hour or two.
  • There is a famous drinking game played by the gods in the House of Sports: Whenever Scott Steiner does a belly-to-belly suplex or loudly exclaims the word "HUH?!", take a shot! This is also the biggest cause of alcohol poisoning in the Pantheon.

    Mick Foley 
Mick Foley Co-God of Hardcore Wrestling (Mankind, Cactus Jack, Dude Love.)
  • Theme Song: "Wreck" (WWE) or "Chic Chic, Bang Bang" (TNA) for Foley.
  • Intermediate Gods (Greater Gods when teamed up and/or when wielding an object lit on fire)
  • Symbol: A Baseball bat wrapped in barbed wire, Mr Socko and a smiley face with Mankind's mask (Foley)
  • Alignment: Varies though always Chaotic
  • Foley is had his ascension spoiled by Tony Schiavone. Of course after the announcement, many gods came to see him ascend.
  • Foley can also be seen at the house of Narrative showcasing his newest book.
  • Despite his Hardcore moniker, he is capable of wrestling traditionally. He just choose not to.

Brand Extension Era

    John Cena 
John Cena, God of the Five Moves of Doom (Fruity Pebbles, Super Cena, Dr. of Thuganomics)
  • Theme Song: "My Time Is Now". "Word Life" during his Dr. of Thuganomics days.
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: The "U Can't C Me" logo.
  • Alignment: Lawful Good, but was more Neutral Evil during his Thuganomic days
  • 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 sutch burning hatred that many of them combusted in flames.
  • 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 precense, 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 the current-day Cena. Nowadays, Cena has meditated and become calm and level-headed, but will not hesitate to demonstrate his old "Ruthless Aggression" when pushed.
  • Recently, Damien Sandow 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.

    Randy Orton 
Randy Orton, God of Practically Awesome Finishers (The Viper, The Apex Predator, The Legend Killer/Destroyer)
  • Leitmotif: "Burn in My Light" and "Voices".
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: The gas mask; alternately, the stylished letters RKO.
  • Alignment: Varies, depending on the storyline, mostly Chaotic Neutral
  • His RKO is one of the most powerful finishers in wrestling... if you don't know, just ask Evan Bourne the day his Shooting Star Press got countered from nowhere.
    • Bourne wasn't the first man to do the maneuver, that honor goes to both Paul London and Billy Kidman.
    • This has caught many high-flying fighters off-guard as the RKO can pretty much be used anywhere and at anyplace. Even when Orton is on his back.
  • Has a strong rivalry with John Cena... in the same way as Kyo and Iori. The hate/respect the two have for each other is intense and makes HUGE killings in the House of Commerce whenever the two fight against each other.
    • Their rivalry has seen them through Table, Ladders and Chairs matches, an Iron Match and a Last Man Standing match that topped the previous one with splendor and awe. Many gods are awaiting the day they go into Hell in the Cell (especially the Gods in the House of Commerce).
  • For those who are messing with him, take note:
  • Has made it his mission to RKO each and every 'legend' in the Pantheon, having list of RKO'd hall of fame wrestlers under his belt. However he won't RKO Jim Ross due to a combination of respect and also because of the huge ass-kicking he'd get if he tried such a ballsy move.

    Rey Mysterio 
Rey Mysterio, God of Masked Luchadors (Oscar Gutierrez, Rey Mysterio Jr., The Ultimate Underdog)
  • Theme song: "619", or "Booyaka 619".
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: Any of his Masks.
  • Alignment: Lawful Good
  • 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.
  • 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 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.
  • 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 Charlie Haas and Shelton Benjamin 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.

Goldberg, God of Squash Matches (Bill Goldberg)
  • Theme song: "Invasion"
  • Greater God
  • Symbol: The number 177.
  • Alignmnet: Chaotic Neutral
  • He accended 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.
  • 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.

    Shelton Benjamin and Charlie Haas 
Shelton Benjamin and Charlie Haas, the Pantheon's Greatest Tag Team
  • Theme Song: "Heroes".
  • Intermediate Gods
  • Symbol: A pair of tag-team belts.
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral
  • Tag teams are bound to break up, with one side growing more popular. The same happened to Haas and Benjamin, but no matter how popular they get solo, they are at their most powerful when together.
  • Ascended after defeating several other mortal tag teams in the mortal realm.
  • It is said that despite being normal competitors who can take on most intermediate gods by themselves, there are little to none teams who can take on both Benjamin and Haas and win.

    Paul London and Brian Kendrick 
Paul London and Brian Kendrick, Gods of Long Tag Team Reigns and Wrestling Combination Attacks (The Hooliganz, Londrick, Brian: Spanky, The Brian Kendrick)
  • Theme Song: "New Rockers" (Paul's initial theme and their main theme when together), "Hey You" and "Man With the Plan" (Brian Kendrick alone, the latter being The Brian Kendrick's theme)
  • Lesser Gods
  • Symbol: A harlequin face next to a pair of gloves (colors vary) marked with question marks (Brian has a solo icon of his white jacket with red slashes as The Brian Kendrick)
  • Alignment: Neutral Good/Chaotic Good, Brian is Chaotic Neutral if in The Brian Kendrick mode.
  • Have tried to get other wrestlers to call them "The Hooliganz", but unfortunately Howard Finkel just keeps calling them "The Team of Paul London and Brian Kendrick", much to their annoyance.
  • Prior to godhood, Brian Kendrick faced John Cena (in his Dr. of Thuganomics persona) in a battle rap. Let's just say that Brian unknowingly would cause the infamous "Cena Sucks!" chants heard to this day.
    • And even prior to that, Brian had to be delivery boy to "American Badass" Undertaker. It wasn't a pretty sight.
  • The two avoid Randy Orton like the plague after they found how Randy Orton did the RKO on the Shooting Star Press, London in particular due to him excelling in the SSP.
  • When Vince met up with London and Kendrick, the first thing he told them, after Paul gave a sheepish grin, "Keep that smile on your face".
  • Can fight separately when not in need of a tag team. During this time, Brian sometimes branches out into a persona called "THE Brian Kendrick", and Paul has won singles gold. However, like Haas and Benjamin above, they're at their best when they work together.
  • JBL always states that the kids "Come from Pluto". They take it as a compliment.

    CM Punk 
CM Punk, God of Straight Edge (The Voice of the Voiceless, The Straight Edge Savior, The Second City Saint, The Best)
  • Theme Song: Cult of Personality
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: A bandaged arm with an X drawn across the back of the hand grabbing a lightning bolt, or a red six-pointed star.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral with Chaotic Good tendencies.
  • Seeks to replace one of the many wrestling gods, preferably Austin, he's a noted drinker, which makes Punk "better than him!"
  • His only two addictions are fighting and Diet Pepsi. It is STRONGLY advised not to spill his Diet Pepsi unless you want to have your face caved in by his GTS or have your neck broken by the Anaconda Vice.
  • Has received many letters from members of the House of Love, eagerly requesting his presence. The many rumors surrounding his love life with many female wrestlers has made them quite intrigued to see what he can do.
  • Whenever CM Punk has used a microphone, it is carefully taken care of by the bomb experts of the Pantheon. To say that his mic skills can cause some noise would be a great understatement.
  • In the mortal realms, he is worshipped by three cults: The Straight Edge Society, The New Nexus and The Voiceless. Both of the two first mentioned cults sees him as a divine and demanding king who must be served and obeyed at any cost, but while the SES believes that pledging your never-ending loyalty to Punk, shaving your head and living the Straight Edge life is enough to enter the Pantheon, the New Nexus believes that this path also has to be paved by self-torture. In recent time many followers has left both the SES and the New Nexus in order to join the Voiceless, a group who believes that CM Punk is a divine hero who is fighting for his worshippers as well as the people in the mortal realms who are held back by those who wish to silence them. He is also one of the preferred deities of the We Hate Cena Coalition, as they have anointed him as the most likely candidate to destroy John Cena.
  • Despite being the complete opposite of fellow god John Cena, Punk has admitted that he respects him enough, despite hating the idea that he was once billed as the world's greatest wrestler. In fact, it was due to their epic clash in Money in the Bank 2011 that cemented his seat in the Pantheon...not that he'll ever admit that last part.
  • Recently called out the Undertaker at Paul Bearer's tribute event... by interrupting the ceremony and replacing the image of Paul with that of his own. This ended badly as The Undertaker truly decimated him at the following Wrestlemania. He's backed away from the Deadman since.
  • Wasn't happy to find Rey Mysterio in the Pantheon for two reasons. First, was the reason that Rey is still partially mad over how Punk sang to his daughter at her birthday (and Punk got his ass kicked in the process at Wrestlemania 26). The second was how Rey shaved his hair bald during Punk's Straight-Edge Society's days. He has since apologized for his behavior.
    • And when he found that Jeff Hardy got to the Pantheon...let's just say that Punk being unhappy about the development would be a serious understatement.
  • As of January 2014, CM Punk's temple has gone missing. After many of his followers began chanting his name at other gods' temples, the high priests made it very clear that the temple will likely not return. That has not stopped the chanting, however.

    Dolph Ziggler 
Dolph Ziggler, God of Selling (Ziggles, Nicky, Nick Nemeth)
  • Theme Song: "Here To Show The World"
  • Lesser God
  • Symbol: #HEEL... even after turning Face.
  • Alignment: Formerly Neutral Evil... now Neutral Good
  • Is often times called a show-off by other Gods, he retorts that "It's not showing off if you can back it up!'
  • Despite only winning about half his matches in the Pantheon, the other deities still have a good time watching both his victories and losses. He makes losing look good!
  • Underwent a Heel–Face Turn as a result showing a Never Say "Die" attitude after a serious fight against Alberto Del Rio, who performed a Face–Heel Turn.
  • Does not like to remember that he used to be a cheerleader named Nicky or a golf caddy known as Nick Nemeth.

WWE Inc. Era

    Daniel Bryan 
Daniel Bryan, God of the Big "YES!" (Daniel Bryan Danielson, American Dragon, The Beard, The Greatest of All Time, Goat Face, World's Toughest Vegan)
  • Theme Song: Flight of the Valkyries
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: A shirt with the words "YES! YES! YES!" on it.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good with shades of Laughably Evil
  • During his Heel days, Daniel Bryan was able to knock John Cena off of his feet screaming, "YOU ARE NOT BETTER THAN ME!!!". Also had a thing for choking people with ties, thus ties are no longer allowed to be worn within a 500 foot radius of him.
  • When he and Steve Austin are together, the Ham-to-Ham Combat they generate is magnificent.
  • On the days he teamed up with Kane, they had to go through extensive anger management which ended with them usually having to "hug it out" after matches to show how much of a 'tag team' they became. This became comedy gold with not only the Trollkaigers, but pretty much everyone else in the Pantheon...except for those who teamed up with them and also had to go through those group hugs.
  • Hates being called a "goat face". Nearly put Animal in the Yes! Lock when the drummer had the audacity to call him that.
  • Has a strange thing about wrestling bears for some odd reason. He tried to get Winnie the Pooh into the bear hug and was rewarded with poor Pooh-bear's "stuff and fluff" exploding on him from the pressure. It took the House of Craft days to get Pooh back together, all while Pooh snacked on honey as an apology from Daniel Bryan.
  • Would like to announce that I'M THE TAG TEAM CHAMPIONS!

Cesaro, God of the Big Swing (Antonio Cesaro, Claudio Castagnoli, Swiss Superman, The Swiss Death, King of Swing)
  • Theme Song: Miracle, Patriot as part of the Real Americans.
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: His André the Giant trophy
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil (as part of the Real Americans)
  • Ascended after winning the inaugural André the Giant Battle Royal at Wrestlemania XXX by hoisting The Big Show over the ring ropes. Those that did the math noted that The Big Show was 450 lbs!'
    • The night after, he left his former manager to side with Paul Heyman, thus cementing his position here.
  • Despite being a heel, the crowd loves him, especially when he does the Big Swing. It's become of the biggest drinking games in the Pantheon to see how many times Cesaro can swing his opponent before hitting them with the Neutralizer.
  • Would like gods to forget that he had that....yodeling gimmick in the past.
  • Likes to tell how much his opponents suck in German, French, Italian and "Swiss".

    Bray Wyatt and the Wyatt Family 
Bray Wyatt and the Wyatt Family, Gods of Southern Cultist Monstrous Wrestlers (Windham Rotunda, Husky Harris, The Eater of Worlds, The Angel in the Dirt, The False Prophet, The Necessary Evil, Luke Harper: Brodie Lee, Jon Huber, Erick Rowan: Joseph Ruud)
  • Theme Song: Live In Fear
  • Lesser Gods
  • Symbol: Eric Rowan's Sheep Mask
  • Alignment: Neutral Evil with Chaotic Evil Tendencies
  • He is attempting to break John Cena and prove that he is a monster just like him. He finds that if he can pull this off then he will move on to other supposed "Pure Good" members of the pantheon to get them out of this lie that they are not monsters.
  • He has attempted to have Daniel Bryan be with his Family and to many it appeared to have worked (Kane in particular screamed a humongous Big "NO!" in the House of Personal Appearance), until it was later revealed that Daniel Bryan was trying to destroy the Family from the inside, though it didn't work and they have become bitter enemies.
  • Bray and His family had fought The Shield before, and though Bray is focused on Cena right now, he will not hesitate to defeat The Shield as well.
    • Though he sees Roman Reigns as a "Interesting Creature" and treats him with his form of respect. Reigns...has not yet replied.
  • "The Tv Tropes Pantheon...We're here."

    Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns 
Dean Ambrose, Seth Rollins and Roman Reigns, Gods of Tautological Templars (The Shield, The Hounds of Justice, Rollins: Tyler Black, "The Architect", Reigns: The Powerhouse, Ambrose: Jon Moxley, The Lunatic Fringe)
  • Theme Song: "Special Op".
  • Demigods individually. Their strength combined is equal to that of an Intermediate God
  • Symbol: Their fists pressed together.
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral/Lawful Good as Faces, but mostly can be seen as Lawful Evil as Heels
  • Individually, the three are not exceptionally powerful (they each are a Demigod) but The Shield is greater than the sum of its parts. Together, even groups of Greater Gods may fall before them, should they not work with total cohesion. Between Dean Ambrose's total unpredictability, Seth Rollin's confounding speed combined with constant taunting and Roman Reign's devastating spears, the trio was undefeated in their efforts to bring "justice" to the Pantheon for an entire year until they eschewed proper tag team conduct to jump John Cena, resulting in a loss by disqualification, which they excepted but still deemed "justified".
  • Bruno Sammartino's eternal gratitude towards his fans puts him at natural odds with the Shield (considering that the fans' love for him was the reason he was champion for a decade), while Ricky Steamboat believes them to be hypocrites. While they do work to curb The Shield's influence in the pantheon, John Cena is most concerned with defeating The Shield in the ring.
  • Edge has gotten on Roman Reigns' case due to the fact that they both use a Spear as a Finishing Move. He once tried to challenge the three in a handicap Tables, Ladders and Chairs Match (them versus E and C), but got flattened by Reigns' spear through a table. Edge has been pissed off at them ever since.
  • It should be noted that they took The Undertaker's yard by giving said owner a triple powerbomb through a table. Undertaker is waiting to clash with them at a future time.

    AJ Lee 
AJ Lee, Goddess of Sanity Slippage and Love-Induced Insanity (The Black Widow, The Geek Goddess, The Crazy Chick)
  • Theme Song: "Let's Light It Up".
  • Lesser Goddess
  • Symbol: Her pink spider logo, Chuck Taylor shoes, the Divas Championship belt (her baby)
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral
  • Since ascending, she's taken on anyone and everything who so much as looks at her the wrong way. As noted by more than a few people, this is not exactly a good idea, but AJ refuses to be deterred.
    • She's also waging a one-woman war on Daniel Bryan, who is now wisely prone to running like hell whenever anyone mentions her name.
  • Flips her shit on anyone who so much as uses the word 'crazy' in her presence. This has not made her many friends, but as per usual, she has no fucks to give and no time to give them. It should be noted that she is in complete control of her mental faculties at all times.
    • Though after she has apparently calmed down somewhat thanks to her marriage to CM Punk. Just don't call her crazy or she will rip your arms off and break your neck in a Black Widow.
  • Despite having lost the title to Paige, she still has the belt and carries it with her everywhere. Nobody has any idea if it's the real one, and if so, how she got it. Then she beat Paige and took her baby back.

New Era

    AJ Styles 
AJ Styles, God of the Popularity Power (Allen Jones, The Phenomenal One, formerly The Face of TNA Wrestling, The Face that Runs The Place)
  • Theme Song: "Phenomenal" (his current theme in WWE).
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: The AJ Initials in a Stylized Way or a pair of gloved hands overlapped, palms outward depicting "P1" in a circle.
  • Alignment: Neutral Good (most of the time as a Face, though he got moments of Neutral Evil as Heel and Chaotic Neutral as a Tweener)
  • AJ Styles joins to the Pantheon thanks to his incredible popularity with the audience, no matter the role he takes.
  • With his ascension, he will become the harbinger for original talents of both TNA and ROH, since he checked that the Pantheon is already filled with WWE superstars and so far, Vince McMahon hasn't picked him yet.
    • Speaking of former WWE talent, he's verily impressed to see both the Hardy Brothers and Colt Cabana in the Pantheon. He's not sure about Matt's BROKEN phase though...
      • And now he's learned that the Hardys have left TNA. He's not sure how to react if he ever has to fight BROKEN Matt in a "Final Deletion"-esque setting.
  • To the shock of, well everyone, he's officially a WWE Superstar, joining the company as the 3rd entrant Royal Rumble 2016 much to the shock of gods like Roman Reigns. He was unfortunately eliminated near the end. At the next day, Styles fought against Chris Jericho, and won.
  • While has no regrets for both Ric Flair and Hulk Hogan, however, there's one person AJ prefers to not bring about it: Dixie Carter.
    • However, recent events indicate that he's reconsidering her as she did apologize for the faults the Carter matriarch did in the past, and shutting up her own nephew Ethan Carter III in the mouth.

    Shinsuke Nakamura 
Shinsuke Nakamura, God of Strong Style (King of Strong Style)
  • Theme Song: "The Rising Sun" (his current theme in WWE).
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: A red sillhoute of him doing his singature poses.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Neutral (as a heel), Chaotic Good (as a face)
  • Despite not being an official deity, many wrestling gods, such as his good friend AJ Styles, vouched for Nakamura to enter the federation. He celebrated his inclusion by having a friendly match with AJ and Kenny.
  • Many feelow deities remark that Nakamura exudes charisma and grace, being able to communicate with the audience by simply wrestling and being in the ring.

Other Wrestlers and Honorary Members

    Colt Cabana 
Colt Cabana, God of Independent Wrestling (Scott Colton, Scotty Goldman, "Boom Boom", Matt Classic)
  • Theme Song: "Boom Boom".
  • Demigod
  • Symbol: A Headband with the word "Cabanarama" on it.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Good
  • The first wrestling Deity to ascend without the help of Vince McMahon. To say this infuriates McMahon is an understatement.
    • Remember the fact he used to compete in WWE as Scotty Goldman? McMahon treated him as a mere jobber.
  • Has a storied and long-standing friendship with CM Punk.
  • He was once told "Funny ain't money". He's since dedicated his life to proving that wrong.

    Manami Toyota 
Manami Toyota, Goddess of Women's Professional Wrestling (Flying Angel, Queen of Joshi, Queen of Queens)
  • Theme Song: Mystic Eyes.
  • Intermediate Goddess
  • Symbol: The "Red Belt" (All Japan Women's Pro-Wrestling's title belt).
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • To paraphrase Nico Robin, she's oficially considered as the greatest female wrestler ever.
  • Travelled to the United States by joining the female division of CHIKARA.
  • In September 22, made a conmemorative event, celebrating her 25th Anniversary of her career.

    Chuck Norris 
Chuck Norris, God of Ass Kicking and Ascended Memes (Cordell Walker)
  • Greater God (or perhaps Overdeity???)
  • Symbol: A Texas Ranger Badge.
  • Alignment: Lawful Neutral
  • An honorary member of the Pantheon Wrestling Federation as proven when he helped The Undertaker in a match at the 1994 Survivor Series against Yokozuna. The relationship between these two is still unknown to this day.

    El Santo 
El Santo, God of Lucha Libre (Rodolfo Guzman Huerta)
  • Greater God
  • Symbol: His iconic silver mask.
  • Alignment: Neutral Good
  • On January 1984, he shocked the world when he removed his iconic mask on live television to expose his true face. He died one week later after that, buried with his mask on. Rey Mysterio asked if El Santo could rise into the Pantheon for his deeds and fame, and the Court of Gods, touched by El Santo's life story, agreed. There was so much rejoicing from all wrestling gods when El Santo arrived.
  • Like with Rey Mysterio above, Yayoi Kise has begun to make her own comic books regarding El Santo being a superhero figure. It's been very popular with many of the gods.

    Fred Jones, Daphne Blake, Velma Dinkley, Norville "Shaggy" Rogers and Scooby Doo 
Fred Jones, Daphne Blake, Velma Dinkley, Norville "Shaggy" Rogers and Scooby Doo, The Meddling Gods (Mystery Incorporated, Mystery Inc.)

    The Beautiful People 
Angelina Love and Velvet Sky, Dual Goddesses of Superior Beauty (The Beautiful People; Love: Lauren Williams, Angel Williams; Sky: Jamie Lynn Szantyr, Talia Madison)
  • Lesser Goddesses
  • Symbol: The Beautiful People Logo
  • Theme Song: Angel on my Shoulder
  • Alignment: Varies between Neutral Good (as Faces) and Neutral Evil (as Heels)
  • Straight from the halls of TNA (a rare feat for two gods to be from there), Angelina and Velvet strutted their way on a mission: making their temple the most gorgeous of all the Pantheon. Safe to say, most would agree that they have succeeded. Initially starting off as heels, the two later branched off to spread their beauty to all walks of life. As such, both good and evil factions interact with each other with similar goals. They merely squabble on how to do so with their patrons leaning towards each other on a whim.

    Kenny Omega 
Kenny Omega, God of Western Otakus (The Cleaner, The Champion of Anywhere, The Big Match Machine, The Master of the Dark Hadou)
  • Theme Song: Devil's Sky; has a Boss Remix when fighting at the Tokyo Dome.
  • Intermediate God
  • Symbol: An 8-Bit variation of the Bullet Club's logo, as seen here.
  • Alignment: Chaotic Evil
  • Most wrestling deities (save for a certain rich individual who will go unnamed) clamored for Kenny's inclusion since his excellent performance in the main event of Wrestle Kingdom 11 against Kazuchika Okada. On Kenny's end, he's promised to expand the presence of New Japan Pro Wrestling in the Pantheon, with him at the forefront.
  • Since arriving, he's traded blows with recurring participants of the World Warrior tournaments on multiple occasions. Ryu, Zangief and Akuma are perplexed at Kenny's unique fighting style, which melds pro wrestling with the Satsui no Hadou. Kenny has since targeted Cody Travers, believing him to be a worthy foe.
  • Is currently lobbying for the ascension of his close allies from the mortal realm, Nick and Matt Jackson. After which, his Good Brothers are bound to follow.
  • In his drive for power, Kenny has currently made it his mission to topple Bret Hart as the deity of pro wrestling and install himself as the greatest wrestler of all time.


    Vincent Kennedy McMahon 
Vincent Kennedy McMahon, God of Wrestling Promoters (Mr. McMahon)
  • Theme Song: No Chance In Hell.
  • Greater God
  • Symbol: The WWE Logo.
  • Alignment: Varies... but focuses mostly on the Lawful spectrum
  • The power behind the Pantheon Wrestling Federation, he chooses the best of the best to compete in multiple matches.

    Vince Russo 
Vince Russo, God of Implausible Plot Twists (Mr. Russoriffic, Mr. Crash TV)
  • Quasideity
  • Symbol: A mash-up of the WWE, WCW and TNA logos.
  • Alignment: Varies, depending on the storyline
  • Joins PWF as the sub-booker of the televised shows.


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