Biography | Wrestling | Promos | Appearances | Photo Album

The Masked Violators Biography


Masked Violator 1
Masked Violator 2


Not much is known of this team of mystery. First appearing in small, east coast venues on the independent circuit in late 2004, it wasn't until a run in Mexico through 2008 that a team with this name caught the attention of the wrestling power brokers. Working several dark matches for [PROMOTION REDACTED] at their television tapings in early 2009, nothing seemed to come of it and as things can be in this business, the team had almost disappeared. It wasn't until the December 2010 that the duo resurfaced in the United States, sporting what seemed to be renewed focus and remarkable determination to succeed, reportedly soliciting most major promotions for a contract.

Humorous stories and anecdotes have circulated amongst the internet, stating that the current Masked Violators don't always get along so well. One is always pranking, or getting under the skin of the other. One witness asserts the two are "constantly at each-other’s throats".

It is generally understood that the men who wear the masks today are NOT the same men who started with them; it is believed that over a half dozen different wrestlers have worked the roles of Masked Violator #1 and #2 in the tandems 12 year history. In years past, it wasn't uncommon, some say, to see Violators switch masks and roles depending on the night of the week. The identities of the current Violators can not be confirmed at this time; further inquiry is needed. It is believed that the current Violators have been paired together under the masks since at least late 2010.

This particular (and peculiar?) pairing of Violators has had a handful of opportunities to break into the mainstream but were never able to capitalize; most recently in Empire Pro Wrestling in 2011. It is said their "fragile" relationship reportedly got in the way. After an unscheduled, very impromptu, very legitimate pull-apart brawl at a New Orleans house show, the pair were quietly released from EPW as quickly and quietly as they were signed.

According to all indications, the two have been completely off the mainstream radar ever since. Now, they find themselves all up in your business with designs to change the way people perceive nameless, masked grapplers.

Oh… The masks don’t come off.
Other Feds
Other Fed Titles
Other Federation Awards



"You said DEFIANCE doesn’t owe me anything, but they owe me my REMATCH for MY FIST of DEFIANCE Championship!"

- Scott Stevens




1. Oscar Burns
2. Elise Ares
3. Scott Stevens
4. Andy Sharp
5. Kerry Kuroyama


1. Stevens Dynasty
2. Toy Box
3. Fuse Bro's
4. WrestleFriends
5. PCP


1. Victor Vacio
2. Joe Wolfe
3. Levi Cole
4. Flex Kruger
5. Reinhardt Hoffman