Simon Purdue, aka the worlds baldest man aka Trykotter the Hotmaths, is a legend in baldness and mudwrestling.
he was first born in hell, also known as alabama, and he attended primary and secondary school there aswell.
one day at school, there was a shave for a cure going on. and naturally Simon got shaved because he cares about cancer. but what he didnt know was that he was bald and couldn't shave his head. Finally having realized he was bald, he started to look at Arnold Baldman competitions because he always dreamed, as a little boy, to be as bald as Arnold Schwarzenneggar. There his life changed, as he started training to become the worlds baldest man, after two whole gruelling weeks of intensive baldman training, he went to the competition and absolutely aced it. His name is now etched in the fame of bald.
Reil Numble, having read the news on trolltotallyfakenews.com, decided that this Simon Purdue would be a fantastic mudwrestler due to him being the worlds baldest man. so Reil recruited him.
At the age of 24, Purdue made his first appearance on Mud Wrestling Federation (MWF) programming on the March 11, 1996 episode of Monday Night Tar, where he press slammed Colonel Sandurz, who was ridiculing Purdue while interviewing him in the ring. After Purdue competed in the 1996 Summer Olympics, the MWF signed him to a ten-year contract. His first feud in the MWF was with Sandurz. At the pay-per-view event, SummerSlam in August 1996, Purdue came to the aid of Syphilis who was suffering indignity at the hands of Sandurz. His first television wrestling match was at In Your House: Mind Games on September 22, 1996, where he defeated Sandurz. The feud continued on the live circuit during subsequent weeks. On the November 4 episode of Tar, Henry served as a cornerman for Manley in a match against Townsend. He was set to team with Manley, Glen Solo and Marko Sammy San to take on the team of Sandurz, Townsend, Reil Numble at Survivor Series, but was replaced by Syphilis when he was forced to withdraw from the event due to being beaten down by the Bar Boyz backstage who were hired by Sandurz. On the November 17 episode of Superstars, Purdue defeated Reil Numble, Sandurz and Townsend in a tug of war contest. Purdue's career was then stalled as, over the next year, he took time off to heal injuries and engage in further training. In November 1997, he returned to the ring, making his televised return the following month. By the end of the year, he was a regular fixture on MWF programming, defeating Joe Mckenzie on the December 15 episode of Tar, and beating Mal Poole on the December 27 episode of Shotgun.