IWA REPORT
Vol. 25, No. 6 -- Spring 2020
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HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES -- engraved plaque

Scott Franklin of California

Badd Co. Rick Challenger (BRL) 1,262-236-58, *10, $3,028,800

Matt Riley of Massachusetts

Badd Co. Rick Riley (BRL) 1,115-434-100, *29, $917,700

IWA President Johnny B: Tonight, we make history as we induct the controversial duo known as Badd Co: Rick Challenger and Rick Riley, and it needs to be noted that Mr. Challenger, who was among the first class inducted into the IWA Hall of Fame in 1996, will become the game's first two-time Hall of Fame inductee.

NWL Commissioner Maddog Dick Jackson: 'Specially after yah banned RC from the IWA for life after he knocked you out! (Johnny rolls his eyes.) Now, Ah've known both of 'em as friends, as rivals, and in RC's case, an in-law. Johnny's got a speech, and Ah've got a 30-year retrospect--

"Symphony of Destruction" plays as RC and Riley storm in wearing their black Badd Co. jackets, waving bottles as they shove the hosts aside and pilfer their index cards.

RR: We got it from here, Commish. Man, RC, will you look at these numbers on this card? I don't need this card because I wasn't even in the IWA yet, when I first heard about Rick Challenger. He broke into the IWA's Snake Pit League in February of 1987 as part of (laughing) the "Contenders" with Steve Champion. [Pictures of a young RC appear.] Ha! RC survived that bad gimmick to join fan-favorites New Force, while also teaming with your brother Rob to win the U.S. Tag-team titles! [Rob and Rick are seen holding 1990 SPL Tag-team of the Year plaques]. Look at you, old timer.

RC: Old? Bro, you started one year after me in the Grand Masters League in 1988, and when it comes to making a debut, here's what this guy does: "Superstar Rick Riley" joins the GML, surrounded by big names like Dr. Death Dave Barton, Hustler Harley Anthrax, Johnny Revolution, Alex Dallas, and the IWA's most popular trio, Powerteam USA: Rich the Anvil Farrell, Hot Rod Hoven, and Chris Perkins. So Riley attacks Farrell, beats him bloody, but the Anvil's valet/wife, Crystal, begs Rick to stop, so he does and piledrives her through a table! [He shakes his head as the clip plays.] Oh, and P.S., she was pregnant! Dude!?

RR: She wasn't showing, and I was a marked man until the GML closed, but you want to talk about dastardly? In '89, you formed Badd Co. with Tommy Idol, and not only did you turn on those New Force lame-os, but you turned on your brother! Badd Co. had success, two-time Continental Tag-team champs, International Tag-team champs -- heck, your Cutting Edge Neckbreaker beat Hades to win the Continental title. Riding so high that Badd Co. adds Johnny Dream, went after fan-favorite Dick the Dog Jackson [RC is shown smashing DJ with a chain], ended the career of the beloved Jim Hellwig, and turned on Tommy Idol! [RC is seen holding the Most Hated award.]

RC: I got tired of carrying Idol. You joined the BRL in '89 and boom, you're in a bitter feud with Brad Silberburg's army of horror movie killers, the Murder Foundation. You rallied New Age Management to form the Doom Patrol along with your uncle Playboy Paul, Greg Madden, Marc McCauley, General War, Viking Underdog, and Steve Speed for a two-year slugfest that got so ugly, Johnny B had to step in to put an end to the MF's personal attacks. The Doom Patrol's 74-45-12 record over them chased Brad out of the IWA and was able to disband, but you spent the '90 and '91 Battlecades with brutal cage match wins over Rick the Gangster Danger and the BRL's first icon, Dr. Death, and it cost you both knees [shown are clips of RR going into surgery, then as a commentator] and all of 1992.

DJ: Now in '92, stars from across the IWA like Mike White Lightning Moore, Bandana, Kostar the Barbarian, Diamond Brett Robbins, GQ John Rodeo, Jim Thunder, and Frank Leatherman Snow joined the BRL. RC and me kept our rivalry goin', but Badd Co. imploded in a clash of ego [a clip of Dream and RC fighting plays]. Snow took me under his wing to help me find mah mean streak, if Ah was ever gonna beat RC.

RR: I spent the year on commentary, and was shocked when the Spoiler attacked RC and revealed himself to be RC's own brother Tommy! And who makes the save? DJ! Crazy. So we get the Challengers feuding, while DJ adds a valet named Mariah, and then outta nowhere Snow turns to the Darkside and brings out a valet of his own, the Shroud, when Snow turns on DJ and reveals who Shroud is. [A clip shows it to be Mariah, RC's sister!] The feud gets to a cage match, but in the mayhem, RC and me storm the ring, beat the heck outta both DJ and FLS, and formed the third version of Badd Co., vowing that this was the version that would win the IWA Tag-team titles with tag combos like the Groinbuster and Lift & Separate. Together, we spent 1994 feuding with the Southern Boys Craig Cole and Jimmy Lee after we attacked them with buckets of peaches, and lost to the Terminator and Purple Hays in the Marano Memorial finals. Which we did again in 1995 when we lost to Bobby and Johnny Blanchard, but we didn't dwell on it for long, as we got jumped by the Midnight Marauders. Who just happen to be RC's old Badd Co. partner, Johnny Dream and Ricky Rage, and darned if all our match-ups ended in double DQ's, double count outs, or draws. All the while, the IWA kept censoring us for not being "appropriate," so we brought in Mean Gene Censorlund, but when they ordered us to be more 'family friendly,' we said fine. We brought in a lovable eight-year-old kid to be our manager, and showed him how Badd Co. lives on the road. [Stills are shown of Badd Co. and the kid at Waffle House at 2 AM, gambling in Vegas, and getting tossed out of the Bunny Ranch.]

Johnny B: What is wrong with you two? Interviews littered with filthy street slang, perverse sneak attacks... we had to change our Trash Talk policy, and that poor kid--

RR: Hey, that kid grew up to be Hot $tuff Adam Ca$h, so he's mostly OK. (RR and RC side-eye.) The censoring got to be too much, and the IWA got all bent out of shape [a clip of RC breaking a chair over Johnny B's head plays], and suspended him from the IWA for life! RC was gone, but not forgotten [RC is shown with his Most Hated award], so we took the Building Bridges Tour overseas to finally settle the score with Johnny Dream.

RC: When the IWA inducted the first class into the Hall of Fame, I was there [a clip of Johnny begrudgingly handing RC his plaque plays], but we had unfinished business. After ten years away, Riley returned, but my suspension still stood, so he teamed with Victor von Snapp and did the impossible: won the IWA Tag-team titles in the golden age of flooding. Imagine not having to outnumber the competition in order to win! You had a heckuva feud with Stone Barrington, but you saw that the tide was too high for a fair fight and walked.

DJ: Now in 2010, yah said the only way yah'd come back is if it was to create an oasis for the old school style in the BRL. Why did yah call yahself "Loaded" Rick Riley, anyway? [Rick shrugs as clips of him loading his braces with weapons play.] Yah went on tour with Victor, but wanted to keep an eye on the BRL, so yah left two rookies there to get it going [a still of Adam Ca$h and Fatty the Butcher appears]. First stop was the ASL's 400th party [John Rambo Reid is shown being put through a table], a blood feud [Barry Stevens is seen joining them for a brawl with The Survivor and the O'Maire brothers], and nearly gettin' suspended because you misunderstood how to train for a handicap match and beat up all those kids in wheelchairs.

RC: They sign releases? (Riley nods.) Phew. You and Vic had a solid PKL Cup run to finish out 2011, and a brutal 2012 where Riley lost the Mr. GRL tournament on a botch [a clip plays with Rick trying to DDT Juggalo twice, getting rolled up]. How long did you carry that replica Mr. GRL belt around with you? You used that to fuel your BRL return. Which just happens to get credit status, enters the American division, and gee, guess who wins? [A still of Riley with the American belt is displayed.]

RR: This guy! 2013 was wild. The BRL was loaded, Victor went to the CWL to become a Hall-of-Famer, and I took The Creation Chris Magnum to my second IWA Tag-team Championship, but the IWA worried that I was getting too violent. Me! [Riley is shown tossing Stan Strong III off the arena roof into a dumpster.] He had it comin'! Then Johnny Revolution returned to the IWA after 26 years with his Deathpack: Crippler Brett Steele, Warhawk, and Johnny Revolution, Jr., and it got ugly when he bought controlling interest in the IWAR. Johnny's corruption spread across the IWAR -- rigged title matches, mentoring Luthor Alexander to control the NWL -- and a group of us banded together for a War Games showdown at Imagibash. We just didn't know how devious JR was [a clip of Funky Fresco turning on Riley, unmasking to reveal Damien Genesis plays] and left everyone thinking the same thing: Who the heck is Damien Genesis? He's the kid who claims to be Crystal's son from the GML [the clip of Rick pildedriving Crystal replays]. Yeah, and that I'm his dad! Worse still, this punk beats me in an Adoption Match, and I legally had to call him Dad! This madness went on for a year until Autumn Anarchy 4's War Games rematch with Johnny Revolution's team against Johnny B's team of IWAR all-stars for control of the IWA. This time, it was our team with a double agent on the other team [a clip shows the Great David turn and help Johnny B's team win]. We thought that was the end of Johnny Revolution, but we were wrong. [A clip of JR reuniting with Luthor Alexander in the IWL plays.]

RC: You know what kills a celebration? [A photo appears showing Rambo Reid going through a table.] No, not that. [A clip shows Rick Riley being ambushed by Revolution's disciples: Luthor, Robbie Blood, and Phantom Striker, at the 2015 Awards show.] Yep! Put you on the shelf for almost a year, but you got some revenge and had a strong 2016. 2017 got bad again. This time, you were trying to take on Da' Black Superstar, Bobby Bedlam, and the Noble House all by yourself. [Clips of Riley getting demolished play.] Who does that? (Riley raises his hand.) You challenged them to face you and a mystery partner in a steel cage tag-team match at Battlecade. Like everyone else, I wondered who you were going to bring in, and then my phone rang. It was a call I took before, but this time, my IWA suspension had been lifted.

RR: The only thing that felt better than the pop when we came out to face Noble House was a few weeks later, when we captured the IWA Tag-team titles. FINALLY! Showing off the classic form, RC racked up two BRL titles and in 2018, we made the finals of the Marano Memorial for the third time, but darn it, bro, it's the one thing we never pulled off.

RC: So close. We decided 2019 would be our last in the IWA, and before we went, a stroke of fate allowed us to beat that Russian jerk, Luthor Alexander, and Tim Riggins III to capture the IWAR World Tag-team belts. When we lost them to Graham Underwood and Kennedy Cage last July, we just knew it was time.

DJ: It comes for all of us, but y'all had great stat lines: RC's 15L, 3TV, 25R, 13T, 8TVT, 17S, and 3TVS, while RR snagged 5L, 9TV, 40R, 5BR, 14T, and 13TVT, both earning over 1,000 points in they careers, but Ah gotta ask, what yah got to say to the fans?

RC: We've won a lot of titles, events, and awards, but the one thing we never won was the heart of the BRL's General Manager, Sue Plexx... Sue? Whattayah say? Want to build a bridge? [The camera cuts to Sue Plexx in the audience, seething, slowly shaking her head.] Is that a... maybe?

RR: She'll miss us. Thanks to the folks who raised their game. Who helped us evolve and helped the BRL become what it is today. Every time a wrestler retires from the IWA with just a few stats, I wonder what their story was. The IWA is what we make of it, so make it better. So... (he turns to Johnny B) You ready to hire us to run the IWA?

Johnny B.: Why youuuuu-- Get out! [Johnny throws their plaques at them.] Get outta here before I suspend you again!

 

WORLD, U.S., KING OF THE RING

World Champion

SOS: The Unavoidable (AEL)
"The Smooth One" Jeff Manning of Ohio; 501; $250,000 + 75 free matches or a real wrestling belt & 25 free matches, 10 free matches for AEL managers next cycle

U.S. Champion

ARMY/IMT: "Bad Influence" Zepp Rattburn (CZL)
Donald Henry of Illinois; 501; $100,000 + a large plaque or 25 free matches; edged VIRUS/Luniz: Family Jewels (HRL)

King of the Ring

COT: "Mr. Minnesota" Olaf Gustavson (QPL)
Steven M. Shotliff of Minnesota; 499; $50,000 + a large plaque or 25 free matches; 277 KotR total; edged TBZ: Silver Falcon (OSL); hold positions were 1, 2, 3, 6, 10, 11, 12, 14; battle royal hold positions were 4, 5, 7, 8, 9, 10, 13, 15

 

FEDERATION TITLES -- $50,000 + 25 free matches

Iron Federation Champion

Syndicate: Deathlok (HLL)
Syndicate: Max Payne (XPL)
David Mims III of North Carolina; 500; edged RLS: "The Savior" Xalvador Bane (YJL)

Steel Federation Champion

IMT/LPPF: Leprechaun (LSL)
Michael Eaves of Mississippi; 500

Gold Federation Champion

IMT: Chavez Y Chavez (WTL)
IWA Legend Terrence Boyd of Georgia; 500; edged COT: "Sultan of Ice" Herb Brooks (KHL)

Diamond Federation Champion

TBABIT: "Reticent" Frank Du Pont (NAL)
Seth Brubaker of Ohio; manager retained title; 501

Bronze Federation Champion

SOS: The Unavoidable (AEL)
"The Smooth One" Jeff Manning of Ohio; 501; edged EDGE: Hal O'Pena-Bidness (COL), IMT/GOAT: The Martyr (EHL), Senor Rick Spur (HSL)

Jade Federation Champion

Justin Credible (WEL)
"The Game" from Parts Unknown; 501; edged IMT/GOAT: Masked Robinson #5 (TGL)

 

SPECIALTY TITLES -- $25,000 + 10 free matches

American Champion

SOS: The Unavoidable (AEL)
"The Smooth One" Jeff Manning of Ohio; 501; edged EDGE: Hal O'Pena-Bidness (COL)

Asiatic Champion

TBABIT: "Reticent" Frank Du Pont (NAL)
Seth Brubaker of Ohio; manager retained title; 501

Elite Champion

GRSF: "Sparkling Star" Ayumi Matsuda (RWL)
Tommy Christopher of North Carolina; 501; 60 free matches or a real wrestling belt & 10 free matches

Hardcore Champion

RLS: "The Savior" Xalvador Bane (YJL)
Shawn McAbee of Tennessee; 500; edged IMT/LPPF: Leprechaun (LSL), IMT/GOAT: Jackie Fargo (CZL)

Metropolitan Champion

Ayumi Matsuda
edged Frank Du Pont

 

NATIONAL, IWA-WIDE REGIONALS -- $25,000

National Champion

"Demonic Queen" Kayako Yamamura (LNL)
VCS: "Trendsetting Delinquent" Saya Nakamura (EPL)
Atlantic region; edged IMT/GOAT: The Savior (EHL)
ORDER: "Suicidal Nightmare" Darby Christopher (EPL)
Central region; edged EDGE: O.K. Boomer (NFL), VIRUS: Duke Danger (GCL), IMT/GOAT: Gerald "The Dr. of Desire" Robinson (WEL), SOS: Bones McCrackin' (NAL)
GRSF: "Spirit of Light" Mao Kanzaki (EPL)
Dixie region; edged SOS: Nick Fury (AEL), COT/ICE: Road Warrior Beast (IGL)
VCS: "Top of the Class" McKenzie Lucas (EPL)
Tommy Christopher of North Carolina; 501; a large plaque or 25 free matches; Eastern region

Mountain Champion

Syndicate: Justice Pain (HWL)
David Mims III of North Carolina; 500; edged QR: "Bomber Girl" Kumiko Matsui (EPL), IMT/GOAT: Gerald "The Nature Boy" Robinson (PKL)

Northern Champion

VIRUS: Callihan Corino (GCL)
Michael Drake of New Jersey; 501

Pacific Champion

SOS: Octopus Blood (AEL)
Robbie "Blood" Pawelek of Texas; 500; edged SOS: The Minister of Lightness (NSL), SOS/GOAT: "Gorgeous" Gerald Robinson (ECL) (TGL), IMT/GOAT: Gerald "The Nature Boy" Robinson (JDL), RLS: Abogado del Diablo (YJL)

Prairie Champion

IMT/GOAT: Gerald "The Rock" Robinson (CZL)
IMT/GOAT: Masked Assassin #3 (AAL)
SOS/GOAT: Masked Robinson #11 (TGL)
Gerald Robinson of Tennessee; 501

Southern Champion

SOS/GOAT: Gerald "Sugar Daddy" Robinson (PKL)
Gerald Robinson; 501

Western Champion

IMT/GOAT: Gerald "IWA Freedom Fighter" Robinson (JDL)
Gerald Robinson; 501

 

LADIES' TITLES

Ladies' World Champion

GRSF: "Sparkling Star" Ayumi Matsuda (RWL)
Tommy Christopher of North Carolina; 501; $50,000 + a plaque or 15 free matches

Ladies' U.S. Champion

QR: "Aerial Queen" Nao Tokido (RWL)
Tommy Christopher; 500; $25,000

Queen of the Ring

IMT/LPPF: Misfit Diva #6 (FFL)
Michael Eaves of Mississippi; 271 QotR total

Ladies' National Champion

SOS: Maura Lee Karupt (RWL)
Robbie "Blood" Pawelek of Texas; 501

Ladies' Tag-team Champions

SOS: Haylay & Chantelle (NML)
Robbie Pawelek; manager retained titles; edged VIRUS/VD: Corn Hole & VIRUS/Luniz: Hot Pocket (VUL)

Ladies' U.S. Tag-team Champions

DOD/ORDER: Beautiful Brittany Massacre & EDGE: Rapturous Nye (GAL)
Timothy L. Clark of Washington & Kyle Devlin of Pennsylvania; edged DOD/ORDER: Amazing Amy & Deadly Darlene Blitz (RWL)

World Six-woman Champions

VIRUS/Luniz: Flower "Pot" Child, VIRUS/VD: Snake Charmer, Furry Furnace of Fury (VUL)
Mitchell Johnson (Child) & Frank Jay Belcher III, both of Michigan

U.S. Six-woman Champions

VIRUS/VD: Bacon Hole, VIRUS/Luniz: Bearded Cam, Crunch-N-Munch (VUL)
Frank Jay Belcher III (Hole) & Mitchell Johnson

 

TAG-TEAM TITLES

World Tag-team Champions

TBABIT/ME: "The Philosopher" Elijah Davis & "Lugubrious" Loren Ordure (CWL)
Seth Brubaker of Ohio; manager retained titles; share of $50,000 + 15 free matches

SOS: Jaxin & Jorious Cross (QPL)
"The Smooth One" Jeff Manning of Ohio

COT: Minnesota Wrecking Crews XVI & XVII (NFL)
Steven M. Shotliff of Minnesota

EDGE/RF: "Rollicking" River & "Steady" Eddie Thomas (WTL)
Brad Norman of North Carolina

Top Contenders

5. EDGE: Metal Raine & Metal Reign (ASL)

6. EDGE: Mister GFY & Ripper Heyman (AEL)

7. VIRUS: "The Shadow" Tony Loewen & Van Death Valen (WWL)

8. EDGE/CLOWNZ/GiFt: Bugzy & Mugzy (ECL)

9. COT: *The Bella'Chunk Twins* Cheese & Nasty (BRL)

10. TBABIT: "Party Time" Eddie Ghoulardi & "The Journeyman" Ryker Green (YJL)
VIRUS: Dengue & Lassa Fever (MML)
VIRUS: Influenza & Norovirus (COL)

13. VIRUS/Luniz/W: B.O.D. Kane & Undertaker (IGL)
previous champions
CLAW*/SOS: "White Claw Outlaws" Mike & Derek (BBL)

15. EDGE/GiFt: Brute & Chip Sanguac (MEL)
IMT: Scissor Me Timbers & Lindsay Lohan's Liquor Cabinet (CSL)

17. ARMY/IMT: "Cueball" Andy Skidmore & Scorched Earth Messiah (XWL)

18. VIRUS: Brain Busters Bane & Butcher (NAL)

19. VIRUS/Luniz: Judy Sessions & "White Phoenix" Nina Schmitt (EPL)

20. IMT/LPPF: Carlos Alfredo Perez Ochoa & Lawrence (GRL)
last of the teams with 516

U.S. Tag-team Champions

DOD/ORDER: Possumhead & Tater Bug (NAL)
Timothy L. Clark of Washington; share of $25,000

VIRUS/VD/W: Bushwackers Butch & Luke (IGL)
Frank Jay Belcher III of Michigan; 516; edged EDGE: Bruiser & Buster Heyman (AEL), HIGHER FLYERS: Graig Gagne & "Jumpin'" Jim Brazil (QPL), EDGE/CLOWNZ/GiFt: Tinkles & Krinkles (ECL), EDGE: Papa C. Allis & Dez Funk-Shynn (NDL), COT: Willie Mack & Norvell Austin (BRL), SOS: G6 & Luchador Blood #11 (SVL), VIRUS: Sponge Bob & Patrick (COL), EDGE/GiFt: Angst & EDGE: "Technician" Troy Talentt (MEL), VIRUS: Ponderosa & The Reaper of Reefer (MML)

 

SIX-MAN TITLES

World Six-man Champions

SOS: Derek, Isaiah, Isabella "The Ninjas" Tuttle (KHL)
Derek Tuttle of Florida; ranked #8 last time; manager retained titles; share of $50,000 + 15 free matches

SOS: Brooklyn Goons II, III, Jovial JaMarcus Russell (NSL)
Hamilton Ortiz of New York & Derek Tuttle (Russell)

SOS/ORDER: King Doom, SOS/BAC: Robbie "The Butcher" Blood, SOS: Mike Cook's #3 Six-man Wrestler (EEL)
Randall Angel, Robbie "Blood" Pawelek, both of Texas, Michael Cook of Kentucky; managers retained titles

DOD/ORDER/CS: Anthony, Matthew, Sebastian Zastempowski (CWL)
DOD/ORDER: The Chaos Bringer David, The Riot Bringer Lloyd, The Pain Bringer Benjamin Wittstruck (NAL)
Timothy L. Clark of Washington

EDGE: The Toledo Torpedo, EDGE/GiFt: Curtis Sea, O'Tha Humanity (WDL)
Brad Norman of North Carolina (Torpedo) & Caleb Crawdad of Florida; Crawdad held titles 15 cycles in a row

TBABIT/RF: Tom Henry, Tom van Ham, EDGE/RF: "Roaring" Roger Thomas (WTL)
Seth Brubaker of Ohio, Jake Joyce of Illinois, Brad Norman

VIRUS/Luniz: Jimmie Cornnutz, Johnny "Numbknutzz," VIRUS: Jim "Doctor Fellgood" Johnson (MUL)
Mitchell Johnson & Frank Jay Belcher III (Fellgood), both of Michigan; Belcher held titles 8 cycles in a row, Johnson 3 in a row

AI: Levi Kyle, Grapplers I, II (SVL)
Kyle Queen of Texas

ARMY/IMT: "Inner City Guerrilla" Ruckus Scarsdale, "Street Dawg" Busta Deeks, "Original Gangsta" Montez Stokes (ECL)
Donald Henry of Illinois

Top Contenders

11. IMT/LPPF: "Mad Dog" Maurice Duchaine, Jimmy, James Rogue (LSL)

12. EDGE/WoL: Cecil, Rosa, Kain (LPL)
last of the teams with 521

U.S. Six-man Champions

EDGE/GiFt: Sam Bukah, Chicken Peter, EDGE: Peter Pringle (WDL)
Caleb Crawdad & Brad Norman (Pringle); Crawdad held titles 15 cycles in a row; share of $25,000

VIRUS: Bacterial, Bladder Infections, VIRUS/Luniz: Mr. M.J. "The Bingo Slayer" (WWL)
Frank Jay Belcher III & Mitchell Johnson (M.J.); Belcher held titles 8 cycles in a row, Johnson 4 in a row

SOS/ORDER: Arthur, SOS/BAC: Blood Yellow, SOS: Tonya Story 3 (EEL)
Randall Angel, Robbie Pawelek, Michael Cook; managers retained titles

SOS: TESD Walt, Bry, Q (NAL)
Michael Cook

SOS: Zack, "Zippy" Zack, Tilly Blimpshart (KHL)
Derek Tuttle; 521

 

TOP 10 LEAGUES

1. BRL (1,617 matches) 490.905

2. NWL (1,082 matches) 463.208

3. EPL (915 matches) 492.657
highest average strategy total (active wrestlers only); 10 free matches for managers next cycle

4. RWL (798 matches) 492.653

5. IWL (778 matches) 486.969

6. NAL (766 matches) 491.341

7. GCL (732 matches) 486.077

8. DXL (710 matches) 492.444

9. IGL (689 matches) 492.326

10. CWL (616 matches) 492.167

 

TOP 20 MANAGERS -- 2020

1. Gerald Robinson 1,145

2. Caleb Crawdad 890

3. Frank Jay Belcher III 755

4. Seth Brubaker 540

5. Mitchell Johnson 495

6. Matt Yunick 455

7. Jeff Annable 435

8. "The Game" 410

9. Brad Norman 400

10. Steven M. Shotliff 385

11. Michael Drake 375

12. Michael Eaves 370

13. Donald Henry, Randall Angel 365

15. Derek Tuttle 360

16. Jeff Manning 340

17. Kyle Devlin 315

18. Robbie "Blood" Pawelek 300

19. Michael Cook 290

20. Big Marchand 255

 

TOP 20 STABLES -- 2020

1. SOS 1,720

2. IMT 1,465

3. VIRUS 1,360

4. EDGE 1,175

5. GOAT 825

6. ORDER 650

7. TBABIT 540

8. COT 525

9. LUNIZ 495

10. TAMMY 455

11. PERFECT 400

12. BNC 390

13. ARMY 365

14. RWS 355

15. LPPF 325

16. FRM-16 255

17. GIFT, VD 250

19. DOD 190

20. GRSF 160

 

TOP 20 VICTORIES -- active wrestlers only

1. VIRUS/RWS: Mike Drake (HWL) 12,992-1,431-349

2. Kaptain Kryptonite (NBL) 12,832-1,976-574

3. VIRUS: Cpl. Punishment (LBL) 10,847-651-162

4. IMT/LPPF/DOD: Sir Gunther Kinderwacht (ASL) 9,863-757-236

5. JL6: The Hooded Inmate (HLL) 9,186-1,553-304

6. Death Warrant (CWL) 8,113-728-148

7. SHS: "Money-Driven" Mike Sebastian (BRL) 8,009-1,990-404

8. Dan the Man (HSL) 7,873-1,417-272

9. IMT/LPPF: Wonderful Wally Brown (GRL) 7,388-564-217

10. DFI: American Freedom Fighter E.J. (SHL) 7,320-1,128-291

11. "Mr. Everything" Kirk Lockran (AWL) 7,097-1,768-372

12. LPPF/T-SANITY: Medieval Tymes (GRL) 6,736-977-178

13. "Mr. Money in the Bank" The Survivor (ECL) 6,378-1,541-307

14. NGAA: Rydia Stormer (MDL) 6,117-1,796-336

15. VIRUS/RWS: Mike Drake (CSL) 5,711-961-155

16. IMT/LPPF/DOD: Sinister Steve Stryker (ASL) 5,523-539-195

17. NGAA: Hawkeye Science (HLL) 5,240-1,336-214

18. COT: Pete the Geek (IGL) 5,173-1,079-176

19. MC: White Tiger Mask (STL) 5,159-2,303-71

20. RIZE: Vitamin Z (AAL) 5,015-651-125

 

LIST OF LEAGUES

Iron Federation

Black Ops, Center Stage, Extreme Existence, Generation Next, Hardcore Wrestling, Heroes and Legends, Main Event, NEVER Puroresu, Quantum Pro, Unknown Wrestler, Vixens United, Xtreme Poison, Yellow Jacket

Steel Federation

American Wrestling, Gorgeous Amazon, Hired Assassin, Intense Impact, Louisiana Purchase, Louisiana Swamp, Mobsters' Underground, New Blood, Old School, Vicious Valkyries, World Domination

Gold Federation

All Star, Battle Royal, Blood Bath, Continental Wrestling, Danger Zone, Global Wrestling, Independent Wrestling, Knight's Honor, Masked Mayhem, Mystic Diva, New Wave, Ninja Dojo, Snake Venom, Western Trails

Diamond Federation

Action Packed, Evil Clown, Femme Fatale, Flying Aces, Lethal Brawling, Native Sensation, Night Falcon, No Man's, Non-stop Action, Saber Tooth, Wicked Warz, Xtreme Wrestling

Bronze Federation

American Extreme, American Outlaw, Brass Knuckles, Celebrities Only, Elite Prestige, Extreme Hardcore, Grim Reaper, High Rollers, Hot Shots, Iron Glove, Living Nightmare, Revolution Wrestling, United Nations

Jade Federation

Atomic Age, Combat Zone, Deluxe Wrestling, Global Championship, Jade Dragon, Lone Wolf, Lovely Ladies, Psychotic Killer, Super Hero, True Grit, Wrestlers Elite, Zig Zag

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