The Fighting Wire Frames are simple monochomes made into male & female shapes giving them a rather a disturbing appearance. These Male Wire Frames and Female Wire Frames made their first and so far only appearance in Super Smash Bros. Melee and were replacements of the Fighting Polygon Team in the original Super Smash Bros. These wire frames were seen on 1-P Adventure Mode and on Stadium Multi-Man Melee. They were not only just fighters on Melee, but 3 trophies, each you do a specific task. These fighters on Multi-Man Melee are on specific game modes:
- Stock Matches; 10-Man Melee & 100-Man Melee
- Time Matches; 3-Minute Melee & 15-Minute Melee
- Unlimited Time; Endless Melee & Cruel Melee
In Cruel Melee, the Fighting Wire Frames take you seriously & take no brake from the rumble and persistence that's ever to be seen in the difficulty of any computer controlled players. After their debut on Super Smash Bros. Melee, they were replaced with the Fighting Alloy Team in Super Smash Bros. Brawl and the Fighting Mii Team in Super Smash Bros. for Nintendo 3DS / Wii U.
- Male Wire Frame
"Who built the Fighting Wire Frames and to what purpose remains a mystery. They're a simple collection of wires which house a sparse framework of bones and organs that lends them a rather disturbing appearance. They look rather big and powerful, but in reality, both their offensive and defensive abilities are subpar."
- Female Wire Frame
"This is the female model of the Fighting Wire Frames. The female's abilities are roughly the same as the male model's. All Fighting Wire Frames lack the ability to use special techniques, and their attacks lack any real physical strength. Additionally, they're slow and are therefore easy to outmaneuver. They tend to attack in gangs."