The Guardian
Real name John Paul Thehut
Ring Names {{{names}}}
Height 5'8"
Weight 165 lbs.
Date of birth February 10, 1957
Place of birth Somewhere down South
Date of death
Place of death
Billed from Braddock, TX
Trainer Jabbajaw, Capt. James T. Kirk
Handled by
Win/Loss Record {{{winloss_record}}}
Debut 2007
Retired {{{retired}}}

The Guardian is an American librarian and wrestler/manager/stalker managed by GM Luke Leftwich. He has an obsession with the super morbidly obese female wrestler Jabbajaw and often interferes in her matches in the WNWA. Supposedly he is married to Jabbajaw.


The Guardian came to the WNWA via Jabbajaw, whom he was stalking at the time, though apparently the two are now legally married, having kept their courtship a secret from their co-workers.


  • Entrance song is "Star Trek Theme" for individual matches.
  • Works as a reference and interlibrary loan librarian at Braddock County Public Library. He thinks that being ILL librarian actually means something, even though most libraries have library school students or paraprofessionals performing such menial tasks.
  • Sometimes wrestles as a tag-team partner to Jabbajaw. Entrance song for those matches is "I'm a Stand-By-My-Woman Man."
  • The Guardian wears cardigan sweaters in which he hides various shivs/shanks/knives/staplers which he uses to assault Jabbajaw's opponents or anyone who talks trash about her. He sometimes appears to have Down Syndrome.
  • The Guardian wears very large, plastic framed glasses that appear to have been purchased in the early 1980s.
  • Lives in a shack in the rough section of town with Jabbajaw. She does this so she can claim to come from the "mean streets" and have "street cred." When interviewed, none of her neighbors report ever seeing her after she moved in. They say she spends all her time peeking out from behind the curtains in her house. The Guardian spends a lot of time coming out of the house to investigate various noises that have alarmed Jabbajaw.
  • The couple's shack was recently demolished by The Liberal Librarian, who crashed through the walls in his Prius during a foiled political demonstration. The Lib and Jabbajaw are currently embroiled in a feud over whose insurance should pay for the damage. He wants her to fix his car, and she wants him to build her a new house. The Guardian has threatened to beat the Lib if he doesn't build Jabbajaw a new house.
  • The Guardian is a conservative, who hates The Liberal Librarian both for being liberal and for destroying Jabbajaw's house/shack/showplace. To get his passive-aggressive revenge, he steals bookends from the book sections that The Liberal Librarian maintains at Braddock County Public Library and files them down into the various shiv/shank weapons he carries in his cardigan. This is also the source of his staplers and other weapons, and explains why most of his attacks are made with office supplies.
  • His heroes are Dwight K. Schrute, Pope Benedict, Coach Paul "Bear" Bryant, Capt. James T. Kirk, Spock, Ronald Reagan, and Jabbajaw. He also appears to admire Leftwich, but this may just be because Jabbajaw esteems Leftwich so. The Guardian bases all his opinions on what will be most pleasing to Jabbajaw.
  • Has an unnatural fear of the telephone and will always let it ring twice before answering it. If at all possible he defers to his library co-workers to answer the phone rather than doing it himself. In fact, he and Jabbajaw do not have any phones in their house. They must walk down the road to a nearby liquor store to use the pay phone in the parking lot whenever Jabbajaw needs to call in sick to work or wrestling matches. Jabbajaw however owns a cell phone but keeps it at work where it rings all the time with wrong numbers or from contractors she has called to work on her shanty. Due to her forgetfulness from constant mini-strokes throughout the day, and also to The Guardian's fear of phones, she often leaves the cell phone at work where her employess make prank calls on it whenever she is not there. It is rumored that The Guardian cannot perform sexually if there is a phone in the house, so Jabbajaw only "gets lucky" whenever she leaves her cell phone at work.
  • The Guardian sometimes wrestles in place of Jabbajaw when she has scheduled a match and gets sick and cannot wrestle. It is rumored that Jabbajaw calls in sick whenever she is pitted against a particularly large, fierce, or African-American opponent.
  • Along with cardigans and short sleeve dress shirts, he is a fan of flat front trousers.
  • Has problems pronouncing words that end in the letter r, making an o sound for r's. This makes his voice sound similar to Forrest Gump's. For example, computer sounds like computoe.
  • Is a huge Star Trek fan. Reportedly took Jabbajaw to a convention on their honeymoon.
  • It is rumored that Letravis Gorman is his illegitimate son, but this has not yet been proven. Jabbajaw is unaware of this rumor, and has never noticed any similarities between the two.
  • As Jabbajaw has gained enormous weight in recent years, the couple has found sexual relations to be nearly impossible. One way they get around actual physical sex is to undress and read Harry Potter books aloud to one another. This seems to fulfill Jabbajaw's sexual desire, at least. Jabbajaw regales her employees with these lurid tales every Monday.


  • "Unhand that woman!"
  • "You lay a fingo (finger) on that woman and you'o (you're) a dead man!"
  • "I worship at youo (your) alto (altar), My Queen" (said to Jabbajaw after she wins a match)
  • "Don't make me go Kirk on youo ass!"


Unknown. He is not officially employed by the WNWA, as his official status is that of a stalker/hanger-on. It is reported that all his checks from Leftwich are made out in Jabbajaw's name.


  • The 3-hole punch
  • Stapling items to his opponent's head
  • "Going Kirk on Youo Ass" - This is a series of punches and stances based on the television fighting of Capt. James T. Kirk.
  • Is very swift with use of a variety of weapons which he smuggles into the ring.
  • Bowing on bended knee before Jabbajaw to kiss her hand and pledge his undying love
  • Passive-aggressive heart punch


  • Easily distracted by anything going on around Jabbajaw. He needs to keep a closer watch on his opponent instead of always running over to the ring ropes to check on Jabbajaw's health.
  • Some would suggest his taste in women is a serious weakness.
  • Tends to be passive-aggressive at times when he should be outright aggressive.
  • Is blind as a bat without his glasses. Once an opponent rips them off his head, he's done.


Any similarity to actual persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.


Young guardian

The Guardian as a youngster. Note the carefree grin (pre-Jabbajaw-obsession) and the display of conservative patriotism.

Beckwith stable

Leftwich, CityD, and Jabbajaw train The Guardian in how to look menacing during on-air interviews.

Guardian tag team

The Guardian and Jabbajaw wrestle in Star Trek costumes during their tag-team matches. Of course he lets her be Capt. Kirk. Notice the illegal weapon he will smuggle into the ring in his costume, and the new safety wrestling mask he has purhcased in an attempt to prevent opponents from removing his glasses during matches.

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