Frank Parsons
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Ring Names The Keg Master
Height 6 ft 0 in
Weight 245lb
Date of birth March 17, 1983
Place of birth Albany, New York
Date of death
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Trainer Jack Daniels, Samuel Adams
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Debut 2005
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Frank debuted to the wrestling scene with a Keg Stand Challenge. He had a short-lived feud with Ron Koss during his stint in NFWF. When NFWF folded, Frank's contract was purchased by Ringside Chaos.

Ringside Chaos

Frank had a short-lived career in Ringside Chaos. He performed a number of drinking challenges, including the Keg Stand Challenge. During this match, a fan was brought to face Frank. When Frank accused him of cheating, the fan was promptly put slammed onto a keg. Frank quietly retired from Ringside Chaos not too long after his debut. It is assumed that Frank Parsons left Ringside Chaos under court orders to undergo rehabilitation due to his drinking problems. Frank never viewed them as problems. His problem was not having enough beer at any given time.


Wrestling Fix Connection

Frank Parsons debuted his AA Sponsor, Josh Osgood. After attempting to issue a drinking challenge to the fans, Josh tried to stop him, only to suffer Frank's finishing move, The Keg Stand. Frank left the arena beloved by the fans and inebriated, while Josh left in the care of a medical support team and hasn't been seen or heard from again.

During WFC's Debut Pay-Per-View Uncensored, Frank lost his match to Alex Blake after taking a vicious Snipershot by Randy Sniperson. Although Frank got some payback to Blake by eliminating him later in the event, he has vowed to make Randy Sniperson suffer.

In wrestling

  • Nicknames
  • "The Keg Master"
  • Quotes
  • "You're Next on Tap"
  • Notable Feuds

Championships and accomplishments

  • WFC Record (as of August 31, 2006): 1 win, 2 losses
  • Undefeated in the Frank Parsons Drinking Invitational


  • Frank is the only WFC wrestler to lose two matches at a single Pay-Per-View.


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