If you go search out the Hollywood Wrecking Crew/Suicude Kingz feud in the archives, it may be sine if the best stuff ever written. You'll fall in love with all off the characters seeing where they are now - especially Malik with his fear of heights.
And to add to the backstory of a few other people involved with all of this --
DC Stratton's tag partner in The Suicide Kingz was Tsunami, later renamed Akita Hoshi. Tsunami is one of my oldest characters. He was briefly the CSWA Unified Champion in 1995 or so, which at the time was THE title in our world of e-fedding. He came in as a young Japanese high-flyer who was nicknamed "The Posterboy of Hardcore Wrestling." I was a giant ECW mark at the time and he was like a Jushin Liger/Sabu mash-up. His most legendary match was against Mike Randalls, who Katz handles. Randalls is one of the most iconic characters in FW history. Tsunami and Randalls had a match that was a ***** classic that we still play-off today. After that match, Tsunami and Randalls formed a lengthy on-again/off-again partnership of sorts. They also tagged very recently here in NFW.
After his singles run lost momentum, Tsunami tagged with WildStar. WildStar was a longtime CSWA character who I picked up out of free agency. WildStar was the protege of Hornet (who was the biggest character all the way back then) before they went separate ways. WildStar was floating around for a while before I partnered them up. Their first name was The Suicide Squad. They had a few names after that, eventually best becoming known as Dawn of A New Day.
He was a RVD clone for a while (Wild *5* Star, complete with The Five Star Hand Gesture) before I aged him into being more like Mr. Perfect/Dean Malenko (but he was still mostly written as RVD, to my chagrin). He also went from being a cocky technical wizard into becoming a man who likes all things critically acclaimed. He's a vinyl record collector who loves power-pop such as Big Star, The Replacements and uses an R.E.M. song ("I Am Superman") as his ring music.
WildStar was in the original NFW roster as a face. He eventually decided to take on a manager, who was then NFW-ring announcer/pushover Calvin Carlton. Calvin revealed he came from money and became WildStar's "portfolio manager." Calvin eventually turned on him before taking on The Original ShowStoppers as his charges. And then he dumped The OSS to manage The Hollywood Wrecking Crew of Blaine Hollywood and Malik Anderson.
I backburnered WildStar for a while. He became an announcer and also a trainer at his Five Star Gymnasium in Wilmington, Delaware. That was where DC Stratton went from backyard highflyer (think early Hardy Boyz) into an actual wrestler. When training with WildStar, he partnered up with Tsunami -- his favorite wrestler growing up. He also met Rayne, WildStar's neice and the former loveslave of former NFW champion Michael Manson, who despite her goth/alternative appearance proved herself a capable manager and businesswoman. DC and Rayne were a very public couple best known for falling in love at Qdoba Burritos.
DC and Tsunami's partnership became known as The Suicide Kingz, playing off of The Suicide Squad nickname. Their feud with The HWC is one of my favorite story arcs ever. DC and Tsunami JUST couldn't get passed The HWC despite a lot of tries, including once incident where Blaine delivered his "That's Entertainment" finisher to an already injured Rayne as DC could only watch after being assaulted. DC and Blaine then had a singles match where if Blaine won, The Suicide Kingz would no longer have a title shot. DC won but along the way broke his arm.
Tsunami looked like he was going to have to fight the HWC by himself but Rayne had hoodwinked Calvin in contract negotiations, allowing WildStar to take DC's place. Tsunami and WildStar beat The HWC in a ladder match (due to Malik's fear of heights) and renamed themselves New Day Rising, tying into their former Dawn Of A New Day nickname, history of changing names and Star's favorite Husker Du song.
However, getting passed over by his mentors got into DC's head. He grew more isolated from the team as well as Rayne. There was a HWC vs. NDR Ironman match as a rematch. The match was tied with just minutes to go when DC turned on WildStar, costing the NDR the match as giving the belts back to his arch-rivals.
The next card, DC and Rayne confronted each other in the ring as they had not talked. DC assaulted Rayne, prompting WildStar and Tsunami to run to her defense. They were then jumped by The HWC. At the end of the show on Calvin's yacht, Stratton explained his actions and renamed himself Dorchester Stratton and his new love interest, Veronica Abrams Rumsfeld, a former "Perfect 10" of Blaine's entourage who became Calvin's personal assistant and steered Stratton's transformation and membership in this new alliance, dubbed The Dynasty.
Dorchester's first match under his new name was against WildStar, who came to the defense of his niece. (Tsunami was written out with a major concussion.) It was a No DQ, pinfalls count anywhere match with another stipulation: If WildStar won, he and Tsunami would regain the tag titles. But if Dorchester won, WildStar would retire. Dorchester won, pinning WildStar in front of his wife, and then spitting in her face.
After that, Dorchester was setting up a feud with then NFW World Champion (and character on the verge of ultimate greatness) Joe The Plumber. In a Hollywood's On Fire segment, Dorchester threw lye in Joe's face, blinding him in the process. They then had a blindfold match for the title set-up. Dorchester used this as an opportunity to instead break the helpless JTP's ankle with a chair. This, however, cost him in the long-run. JTP's title was stripped from him, prompting a four-man tournament for the belt. Dorchester lost in a classic to Castor Stryfe. JTP hasn't been seen since. (Devin, his handler, got busy w/ real life stuff and has only checked back in periodically.)
Dorchester then got backburnered a bit because of The Windham Clan's attempted takeover of NFW. (I was handling about 8 characters at once.) But that angle climaxed with a Troy Windham vs. Mike Randalls match, settling a decades-long feud between two of the biggest characters in NFW history. In the build-up to that match, Dorchester teamed with Troy and turned on him, giving him a major concussion in the process. Troy still battled against Randalls. That match ended when Troy's protege JJ DeVille -- the biggest schemer in NFW, making his ultimate power-play -- turned on Troy, putting Randalls on top of him for the pin. Dorchester got involved with that and also brained Randalls with a kick, who we haven't seen since. This formed The Hellfire Club, which saw Dorchester and Blaine split from Calvin Carlton's lead, and recently disbanded.
Dorchester eventually beat Jack Bryant for the TV Title in a Best of 7 feud that ended in a Steel Cage I Quit match. Jack had been somewhat tagging with Malik Anderson (former member of The HFC) and managed by Shaniqua Carlton (estranged sister of Calvin Carlton). Shaniqua threw in the towel after Dorchester had gained the upper hand once and for all. Jack since parted ways, leaving Shaniqua at the wayside.
Dorchester then defended the title against Akita Hoshi, the former Tsunami, and his former tag partner. This was a match years in the making. This had a stipulation -- Akita's career versus Dorchester's title. This as a wild brawl that saw Dorchester escape with a victory, ending the career of his former tag partner/best friend/hero. But in the crowd watching was "The StarChild" Paul Reeves and "The Young Wolf" Michael Ogawa -- the sons of WildStar and Tsunami respectively, both recently signed to contracts in the UWA, the NFW's minor league. (StarChild's real first name of Paul is in tribute to Hornet, whose first name is Paul. And Ogawa's name of "The Young Wolf" and his first name are in homage to Tsunami's mentor, "The Wolf" Mike Randalls.)
And now Dorchester is once again at odds with Blaine AND Malik. And now Legion, the master of various headgames, wants to see a return to DC.