The Ringmaster is not allied to the Villain leage or any other villain orginisation and nothing more of a typical jerk boss, and is the "main villain" from Spyro meets Dumbo due to being the closest to a conflict the movie has. He is the circus' host and the very boss of every actor and every animal in the show.
The ringmaster's not really considered a villain, he's just a rather strict and arrogant man.
Role in the film
In the 1941 film, he isn't really much of an antagonist, just a guy trying to run the circus the way he can. But when some mean kids start to make fun of Dumbo's big ears, Mrs. Jumbo, Dumbo's mother, starts attacking them to protect her baby. However, the ringmaster, not knowing that she was incited, tries to stop her, only to be splashed into Dumbo's barrel where he takes a bath in.
Furious, the ringmaster has the "mad elephant" locked up in a cage. Then he talks to his assistant Joe about a pachyderm pyramid, but has no clue what his climax will be. Timothy the Mouse, who (along with Dumbo) heard this, convinces the ringmaster in his sleep to make Dumbo the climax so that Mrs. Jumbo can be let out. The next morning, the ringmaster puts the act to use, but Dumbo trips over his ears and causes the pyramid to fall, getting the ringmaster exasperated.
Seeing no other use for him, he teams Dumbo up with the clowns, to give him a role without causing anything disasterous. During a show in which Dumbo jumps off a higher building, he sees Dumbo soar over the crowd. He points in amazement to see something he never saw before. He is finally humiliated in public when Dumbo learns how to fly, shoots peanuts at him, and throwing one of the clowns' elephant mask after he again falls inside a barrel. The mask then lands on his butt.
The ringmaster finally makes Dumbo the main star of his circus, gives Dumbo his own train car, and best of all, lets Mrs. Jumbo out of solitary confinement.
Role in the series
The Ringmaster rephrases his role. he won't become a member of any villain group because of Yru17 requesting such an absintes, cause Dumbo's a heart-warming film, and villains and heart warming is not considered a good cumunation.
Originally, the Ringmaster was set to reprise his role from Dumbo, as one of the main villains. But because Chernobogfan remembered how Dumbo was a heart-warming film, and that the Ringmaster didn't really act villainous in the movie, the role of the Ringmaster has now been replaced by the Coachman, a much more fitting villain for the movisode.