|"Ey yo, shut up and listen man! A'ight, Crow wants you to stay out of his articles B. That's it. Or we gonna give you a dirtnap!"|
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|Crew||D-Mob (Switches to Crow, but later rejoins D-Mob)|
Manhattan Crew (DJFFNYTT)
|Appears in||Def Jam Vendetta |
Def Jam Fight For NY
Def Jam Fight for NY: The Takeover
|Venue Hangout||Def Jam |
Red Room (DJFFNY)
The Chopshop (DJFFNY)
|Fighting Style||Streetfighting, Martial Arts, Wrestling (DJFFNY)|
|Strengths||Upper-and lower-body power, speed, health, charisma|
|Blazin' Move (s)||A Real G (Front) |
Stakin' Turf (Rear)
Westside Special (DJFFNY)
- "What the hell you doin' here, busta? You way out your league, feel me?"
WC (pronounced Dub-C) is a playable character in Def Jam Vendetta, Def Jam Fight For NY and Def Jam Fight For NY: The Takeover.
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Role In Def Jam Vendetta
WC is first encountered in the third round of The Def Jam Tournament.
Role In Def Jam Fight For NY
WC was the first member of D-Mob's Crew to switch to Crow's side. He is confronted for the first time in the Red Room (Crow's boxing club). He is seen during the cutscene where Crow makes a deal with D-Mob. He is also seen exiting Club Murder with Crow after Crack's defeat. Hero will later fight him at The Chopshop before claiming the club for D-Mob. WC also appeared at Hunt's Point Scrapyard with Crack and Magic and was knocked out by the player. He was last seen in the final confrontation between both crews, rejoining D-Mob's Crew.
Def Jam Vendetta
- "What the hell you doin' here, busta? You way out your league, feel me?" - Intro quote
- "Yeah get this peon outta here! That's what I'm talkin' about! - Victory quote
Def Jam Fight For NY
- "Come come now! I know you ain't serious, you bout to get smee-smashed!" - Intro quote
- "Ooo, somebody call 911! I think he's finished." - Victory quote
- "Me too! Man I had enough of this." - After he & Crack turned against Crow.
- WC is one of the few veterans to have their playable status change between Vendetta and Fight For NY . In this case, he was playable right from the start in Vendetta but has to be unlocked in Fight For NY and The Takeover. Ghostface Killah, Capone, Manny, and Joe Budden are the only other veterans to share this unique feature.
- Strangely, while Wrestling is one of his fighting styles as seen in Def Jam Fight For NY's fighter select screen, he may not possess any real wrestling strong grapples that actually can KO opponents. Shawnna, Starks and Fam-Lay all share a similar trait in one of their respective fighting styles.