WFWF Staff & Corporate Management Mar 12, 2018 20:38:42 GMT -5
Post by CM Pants on Mar 12, 2018 20:38:42 GMT -5
Owner, General Manager
Pic: Shaun White
A wrestler turned mogul, Kris Kash came to the WFWF to save it from the brink of extermination amidst low ratings, a thinning roster and a decline in quality programming. Like Oprah, everything Kris touches turns to gold, thanks to the billions of dollars to his name. He's the CEO of Kash Industries, the collective name for businesses; big and small which Kris is the owner of. The bulk of his wealth comes from the licensing of his name to any company who can afford him but the investment is always pays off. Whether it's movies, the music industry or even paid advertisements, Kris Kash has his fingers in literally everything. When rumors of Lila Sleater being corrupt began to emerge, the Board of Directors made the decision to bring Kris on board as a consultant. Using his endless finances, Kash bought the company out from under previous GM Lila Sleater - and fired her, spawning the Era of Kash.
Pic: Rosario Dawson
Alecia Matthews is the sharp tongued, no-nonsense head of the WFWF commentary team. Cool headed and quick witted, Matthews has a stark, unprecedented eye for the WFWF's brand of in-ring action, having played firsthand witness to some of the company's most gruesome, calamitous, and all out chaotic moments since first taking her seat behind the desk. Ever the sportsman, she strives to call it as it lies, though her strong-headed nature ensures that she'll be the first to shed light on each and every instance that falls outside the bounds of fair play in - and out - of the ring.
Pic: Joey Ryan
Maxwell Dachs is former wrestler of some renown who after years on the indies had a brief run in the WFWF culminating in an appearance at SuperBrawl IX. For reasons he is not willing to share, he has retired from active wrestling. Now he is settling in as a color commentator, a task he is particularly well suited for given his gift of gab. Yes, he's full of himself and still believes he is the best wrestler on the planet but in between his self promoting and hitting on his female play by play partners he has a keen insight into wrestling moves and counters plus first hand knowledge of many of the wrestlers allowing for him to do what Daniel Knight could not - provide entertaining commentary that educates and informs about the wrestlers and the action in the ring.
Pic: Chanel Dudley
Often called "The Voice of the WFWF", Christa Adina's booming, concise voice has become synonymous with the industry-defining moments that fans across the globe have come to expect from the WFWF. Whether introducing a first time rookie down the ramp for their first taste of WFWF competition or presenting the victorious new champion as the loser lies drowning in defeat, Adina is, in many ways, the soundtrack to the triumph and tragedy that is part and parcel for the WFWF's brand of in-ring action.
Backstage Reporter, Interviewer
Pic: Charley Caruso
The newest addition to the WFWF production team, Kay Fabe is a striking, beautiful young lady with an astutely sharp head on her shoulders. She comes to the WFWF dead set upon kick starting her career in the wide, fast paced world of sports broadcast, and already finds herself gaining firsthand experience in front of the camera, all the while getting a (perhaps unanticipated) crash course in dealing with the larger than life personalities that are commonplace in professional sports. While not the biggest or most encyclopedic fan of professional wrestling, she shows no signs of allowing that to stand in the way of her willingness to ask tough questions, digging in until she gets every last answer.