The Wolfman is a major character in the ShadowSwine54 series. He attacks Hulk Hogan and his friends at often inconveniant moments.
It is unknown where exactly he came from, but The Wolfman appeared on to the ShadowSwine scene since The Tap Dancing Contest and has continued to terrorize the crew since. Unlike other wolfmen who emerge on full-moon nights only, this wolfman rises at random times, 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.
In the chronological timeline, The Wolfman first appeared in the fourth Hulk Hogan movie: The Ultimate Battle, where he ransacked the ShadowSwine house and was defeated by Hoodie Hogan. The Wolfman made his next appearance in 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. This shaped their continuous rivalry.
In the events of The Rise of The Alliance, The Wolfman formed a partnership with Stone Cold. The two savages attacked Hulk Hogan and then wound up having a fight of their own after Stone Cold told The Wolfman to cease his unnecesary brutality. After making up, both were baeten by Voodoo Hoodie Hogan.
After multiple losses to his enemies, The Wolfman joined The Mugger Monsters, and was given the task of escorting Creepy Cronk and Crazy Clown alongside Whimsical Whiskers into the ShadowSwine house to plan their next attack on Hulk Hogan and friends.
During the events of the Halloween Special Finale part 2, he battled Stone Cold in an effort to defend Lord Boogie Oogie Oogie. He was killed, but later revived and sent away by The Reaper off-screen.
- The idea of The Wolfman came from the "Freak Deer" from Adventure Time.
- Statistically, The Wolfman's signature move, The Superman Punch, is more well-recieved than that of WWE Superstar Roman Reigns' move of the same name.
- The Wolfman uses the same exact gun as The Shooter. It is speculated that Shooter stashes the gun somewhere in the household and The Wolfman managed to get his hands on it for the Halloween Specials.