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The Senatorial Office
Available edits are listed with a full profile.
The Senatorial Office is the conglomeration of wrestlers founded by Senator Steve Phillips. It consists of two parts, the Senatorial Stable and the Senatorial Selection.
The Office mostly contracts its workers off to other feds and considers itself an affiliate of the FPWA. Anyone who wishes to book Senatorial Office members for their own shows is encouraged to do so, although I would like to know ahead of time if possible. The Office also holds its own small scale shows from time to time, broadcast from the Beltway Full Contact Martial Arts Center.
Any Senatorial Office shows will be broadcast on Twitch at my account.
Any of the edits for the Senatorial Office will be featured in the Senator's Odds and Ends collection, which can be found by clicking the Senatorial Office logo above.
Here is where you can find some basic information and all the previous promos, rankings and results of the Senatorial Office
(The Affiliate feds of the Senatorial Office operate independently of the Office, but have a mutual talent sharing agreement in place. All affiliates must allow for intergender competition and any members are eligible for Office benefits including FPWA booking and an opportunity to be listed on the Office rankings)
The Philadelphia Extreme Wrestling Alliance has been around for over fifteen years, and is known as the home of the Philly BBQ Burning Barbed Wire match. It focuses on hardcore deathmatches, but has been known to produce some legit grapplers from time to time. The PEWA still exists as a separate organization, but has entered into a permanent working agreement with the Senatorial Office. Despite their frequent bloodbaths, the PEWA members are mostly a tight knit group that sticks together and looks out for each other...at least when they're not slamming light tubes over each other's heads. PEWA matches are generally held with no DQ rules, with no countout and their tag matches are always held under elimination rules, no matter how many participants.
-PEWA Extreme Championship: Tomas the Tiny Giant
-PEWA Extreme Tag Championship: Neon Knights(Supernaut, Holy Diver)
Santana Family Wrestling has existed in its current form since the late 1970s after the death of Roberto Santana forced his sons Felix Santana(Sr.), Domingo Santana and Hector Santana to take over the old Dominican Championship Wrestling. Since then, Felix Sr. has led the company into long term success, running shows ever other week, often hosting them more as a mini-festival than a standard wrestling show.
-Dominican Golden Championship: Felix Santana Jr.
Wacker Drive Revival is the product of Chicago Bluesman Big Robert Montgomery looking to book something different for his new club, and his desire to come public with his long time parallel pro wrestling career. All WDR members are part of a team, and all teams are eligible to win The Loop, a trophy that can be defended by any team member in singles, tag or trios competition.
-The Loop: The D-Team(Mr. Moonsault, Daunte Thomas, Freight Train McMichaelson)
World Wrestling Daily Digest is the main news source on the Senatorial Office, one of the top dirt sheets in the industry.
A few recurring figures for WWDD:
-Kevin "The internet" Anderson: The founder and main personality of WWDD, Anderson worked for years as a backstage interviewer for multiple feds, and gained both notoriety among the fans for his relentless questions and sources around the wrestling world. Anderson believes himself to be the voice of the internet wrestling community and has often gotten himself into trouble for pushing hard in interviews and for his over the top proclamations in his column.
-"Fast" Eddie Edison: Writer of "Fast Eddie's Fast Take," Eddie Edison is a well known color commentator who has worked around the world, known for his rapid-fire delivery, and can be currently found announcing for AAW. An expert on international wrestling, Edison's column either consists of a short, to the point interview, or Edison's bullet pointed opinion on multiple wrestling subjects.
-Maxwell McNally: Writer of "A Friendly Chat with Maxwell," McNally was one of the most respected lead announcers in professional wrestling for many years. Retired from his main craft, McNally is noted for his gentlemanly ways and expansive vocabulary. McNally was hired on the behalf of his former broadcast partner, Eddie Edison. His column generally consists of McNally sitting down with the interviewee for an informal, laid back interview.
-“Digital” Dave Doolittle: Known for his Ring Beholder newsletter, and his infamous, ubiquitous percent based match ratings, both founded in 1989, Digital Dave has been the target of much controversy over the years, with fans, wrestlers and promoters alike taking aim at said ratings. Fluent in Spanish and Japanese, he has however also been the source of much insider information and remains one of the top journalists in the world of combat sports.