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"I wonder if I have any kids..."
The Wolfman (T. Wolfmann) is a major character in the ShadowSwine54 series. He attacks Hulk Hogan and his friends at often inconvenient moments. 

Lore Edit

It is unknown where exactly he came from, but the Wolfman found his way to the ShadowSwine Crew's house and marked it as a spot to ransack. He has continued to terrorize the crew since. Unlike other wolfmen who emerge on full-moon nights only, this wolfman rises at completely random times, each in which he has a craving to kill Hulk Hogan. He fights using sharp claws and teeth to shred his prey to pieces. The Wolfman works at a Target in order to make money for his children he is not sure he even has.

Powers/Abilities Edit

Being a half-animal, the Wolfman is a ruthless beast with overwhelming strength to match his attitude. He is able to fight on par with the likes of Hoodie Hogan and Stone Cold. Against non-hoodie characters, the Wolfman has demonstrated complete superiority in power. He is evidently one of the top fighters in ShadowSwine54, with power that far exceeds Mugger Monster-level at the least.  

  • Beast Claws- Though often seen with human hands, the Wolfman can utilize sharp claws to rend the flesh of his opponents. He used his beast claws first in Hulk Hogan Thanks His Fans
  • Superman Punch- One of the Wolfman's signature techniques. He charges up a powerful right hook that he delivers often following a forward rush. He has been shown charging the punch to the point where he releases a crimson red aura, which he can then store for future empowerment.  
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A full-power Superman Punch from the Wolfman sends Hoodie Hogan flying

Notable EpisodesEdit

  • The Tap Dancing Contest- After Hulk Hogan thought he had finally won the contest, Darth Vader announces the winner was "The Wolfman". Hogan turns around to meet The Wolfman staring at him, who then viciously mauls Hogan out of revenge, shaping their continuous rivalry. This was the Wolfman's first appearance on screen, but not in the timeline.

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Trivia Edit

  • The concept of the Wolfman's character was derived from the "Freak Deer" scene from the cartoon Adventure Time.
  • Statistically, the Wolfman's signature move known as the Superman Punch is more well-received than that of WWE Superstar Roman Reigns' move of the same name.
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