IWA REPORT
Vol. 25, No. 11 -- August 2020
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JOHNNY B SAYS

The IWA Specialty Championships have returned just in time to help us celebrate our 35th anniversary! Some of the titles are brand new this year, thanks to a suggestion from manager Kenneth Plasse. We kept the 15 most popular from the last decade but, sadly, the Hair vs. Hair title didn't make the cut. Look inside your envelope or on our website for the entry form!

 

HALL OF FAME INDUCTEES -- engraved plaque

Michael Swanson, Jr. of Florida

ME: Mike "Freaking" Mason (CWL) 2,139-695-103, *23, $3,422,500

Trevor Riley of Michigan

BUCS: Cameroon Cameron (LPL) 1,032-118-26, *12, $2,551,700
BUCS: Central African Republic Chamois (LPL) 1,022-114-27, *13, $3,141,900
BUCS: Chad Chad (LPL) 1,310-133-29, *20, $3,394,800

Calvin Harrell of Virginia

Gutbuster (GWL) 1,140-123-25, *13, $2,862,900
GWL Commissioner Oz Simmons takes the podium: "It is my esteemed pleasure to announce the induction of one of the greatest Global Wrestling phenoms in professional wrestling into the IWA Hall of Fame. When we signed him, we never knew the kind of impact he would have. He rose to the top of the GWL after having successful runs in the ASL, JDL, and AOL, but he never found his, dare I say, groove in those other leagues. The very first cycle he arrived, he won the Battle Royal, his first out of the nine he would eventually win over the course of two years in the GWL, which gained him the nickname 'King of Battle Royals.' This past year, he stepped into the Original Battlecade to face a fierce foe in a steel cage match, and would be victorious. He enters the Hall of Fame as one of the fastest-rising stars that had many more years ahead of him. Thank you for making the GWL the best. Now without further eloquence, the man of the hour, Big Muskie Bucket, Ohio's favorite son, Hall-of-Famer Gutbuster!"

"Standard American" by Gunnar & The Grizzly Boys plays as Gutbuster walks out to the podium. The crowd in attendance gives him a standing ovation. The camera pans across the crowd. Chuck Woolery, Wink Martindale, Bob Barker, Superstar Anthony Cassidy, The American War Veteran, Really Tall Jim, Daredevil Don Williams, and several others from the GWL, past and present, are seen throughout the crowd. Gutbuster shakes the hand of the commissioner, then takes a moment to soak in all the cheers. A list of his accomplishments scrolls on the screen overhead: 9-time Battle Royal Champion (GWL), 3-time League Champion (GWL), 4-time Television Champion (GWL), 9-time Regional Champion (GWL), Tag & Six-man Champion on multiple occasions (GWL, AOL, JDL), 2019 Specialty Champion -- Buried Alive & Hangman, and 2020 State Champion -- Texas & Oklahoma. The music fades.

Gutbuster: "Thank you, Commissioner Simmons. My pedigree speaks for itself. Not only have I proven to myself that I can achieve anything, I have given the fans something worth cheering for. I have taken on some of the toughest individuals to ever step foot in the squared circle -- I'm looking at you, Aaron Hole, haha. It was not that long ago that Aaron tore the house down, night after night. There was that one night in Cheyenne after a brutal battle that we had to be carried out of the ring. That was a good night. You were a tough, tough opponent to beat, but I was undaunted and never gave up. I think he hated me more for not quitting than pinning him. We had some great matches and made some great memories along the way. It was a little over three years ago that I started my IWA career in the All Star League, the premier league in all of the IWA, then and now. Commissioner Hollywood Hamilton gave me a try-out, and even though I wasn't very successful then, he saw something in me. I thank him for giving me the opportunity to wrestle in the ASL. I soon found myself seeking out other territories to expand my wrestling skills. Traveling to the Jade Dragon League and then the American Outlaw League, I sharpened my skills. Facing anyone and everyone. I had some mild success in those territories, and it attracted the attention of the GWL. Commissioner Simmons traveled to Big Muskie on my days off, and we discussed what I could bring to the GWL table. It sounded like a good deal, so I signed and started on this journey to be the best of the best. It was an uphill battle as soon as I stepped into the ring, and I never regretted it. I won the GWL Battle Royal 9 times, and the fans started calling me the King of the Battle Royals. I traded the Global Heavyweight Championship with J C T on more than one occasion to be a 3-time champion. I walked into the 2019 Specialty tournament as an underdog and won the Buried Alive and Hangman's Championships. No one thought I could compete, but I was out to prove them wrong. As 2020 began, I determined to myself to enter State Wrestling, all 50 states, even the ones I didn't exactly care for -- haha -- and leave with one State Championship. I doubled down and came away the 2020 Texas and Oklahoma State Champions. In 2019, I faced down a walking shag rug, an imitation of the real Saskatchewan Sasquatch, at Battle Riot inside a steel cage, and beat him like a dirty rug during spring cleaning. His partners in crime attempted to even the odds -- yeah, that didn't work out for those Philistines, as I left them beaten and broken in the middle of the ring that night. During my time in the GWL, my favorite opponent was none other than Superstar Anthony Cassidy. He made me step my game up, made me a better wrestler. It was always the big showcase showdown every time we stepped into the squared circle. His manager, the late, great Anthony Ibrahim, is truly missed. A moment of silence, please."

The crowd stands and bows their heads in reverence for the late manager, as a picture of him appears on the big screen.

Gutbuster: "Thank you, all. My last opponent and the future of the GWL, Daredevil Don Williams -- I have faced a lot of men, men that could have broken every bone in my body. You nearly accomplished that feat at In Your House: Cruisin' for a Bruisin' in Oxford, Mississippi. I know that after that night, I am leaving the GWL in great hands. I want to thank all those who I faced in the past, and thank the fans for their unwavering support of this Standard American. I leave you tonight and enter the IWA Hall of Fame a better man for being a part of the greatest game ever to be played in all of history. Remember one last thing... ride for the brand, and no whammies! Good night, God bless, and we love you, Ohio!"

The music starts to play as the crowd rises to their feet and give Gutbuster an ovation. IWA President Johnny B walks out of the back with the IWA Hall of Fame plaque in his hand. He shakes Gutbuster's hand, and hands him the plaque as the ceremony telecast concludes with clips of Gutbuster's more memorable matches and victories.


The Murk Monster (GWL) 1,043-142-29, *9, $1,925,500
"Ladies and gentlemen, may I have your attention, please? My name is Doctor Diabolico, and I am the executive shareholder of the Obsidian Oil and Land Exploration Corporation, deed owner of the Snakehead Glades Research Edifice, birthplace of Hall-of-Famer The Murk Monster. Greetings, bipedal, knuckle-dragging, cave-dwelling troglodytes, it has been an exquisite journey to this moment. Many of you count your blessings that you have not had the displeasure to face my seven-foot ten-inch monster from the swamps. Many wished to ignore my misshapen friend in hopes that he would shamble his way out of the IWA, leaving a toxic path of slime in his exit, never to be heard from or seen again. That was not the case, however, as you witness before your very eyes that he has obliterated the meager competition in the LSL, the LWL, and the GWL. All came to fear my grotesque monster, begging the powers that be to remove the prophetic thorn of miscreation from their side, in fear that they may succumb to its undeniable power. Fear is a great motivator, and fear they did, indeed. Indeed, they should fear the grotesque bog creation -- rightly so, they should fear -- for no man can face the macabre mutant and remain unscathed! There are several quiet individuals in the locker rooms throughout the IWA tonight, huddling in fear of the uncanny, reliant monster -- fear- and panic-stricken that they may be called upon to touch the nightmarish monstrosity once again, and know their deepest, darkest fears reside in the alumni of the IWA forevermore. The helpless, bipedal, carbon mouth-breathers exhale a sigh of relief now, as The Murk Monster takes its rightful place among the hallowed Hall-of-Famers -- the only monster to have ever been inducted into the fabled IWA Hall of Fame, I might add. No other monster or mutant has ever graced the HOF. It is not my intention to be fulsome, but I must confess that I covet the small braincases that populate the IWA. The unremarkable macaca fascicularis -- with no visible forehead, distinctive brow ridge, prominent canine teeth, longer and hairier arms than your other bipedal carbon cousins, a large, zygomatic arch -- enthralling for a slightly upright bipedal carbon. I am needing new test subjects to further my research, and my dominance of the IWA. For now, though, the hour of my destiny has arrived, victory has been achieved through science manipulation. The Murk Monster joins the Hall of Fame! Hahahahahahahahahahahaha!"

 

WORLD, U.S., KING OF THE RING

World Champion

WRSTLING: Marty Mush (HAL)
Zach Gargus of Des Moines, Iowa; 501; $250,000 + 75 free matches or a real wrestling belt & 25 free matches, 10 free matches for HAL managers next cycle

The scene opens to a stretch limo pulling up outside the Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Ohio. As is typical with Cleveland, it's a gray, overcast late evening. The rear door to the limo opens and out steps the one, the only, Franchise Zach Gargus, along with Marty Mush, the new IWA World Heavyweight Champion! Gargus and Mush are approached by ace IWA reporter Buzz Brewster.

Buzz: "Franchise and Mush, it's an honor to have both of you here tonight!"

Gargus: "Save it, Buzz. We'll address the IWA geeks in the ring, later tonight!"

Gargus shoves Buzz and walks off with Mush, the IWA World Heavyweight title over Gargus' shoulder. Later in the evening, after returning from commercial, Gargus and Mush are already in the ring.

Gargus: "You know, it's been nearly 30 years of imaginary WRSTLING for ol' Gargus. In recent years, they've all said, 'Gargus, you are washed up. Gargus, you can't manage your wrestlers to championships anymore. Gargus, the game has passed you by.' Most of the same guys saying these things weren't around when ol' Gargus won his FIRST IWA World Heavyweight title in 1998. Most of the same guys saying these things would have been destroyed and sent home to their mom's shoulder to cry during the height and boom period of the IWA. Most of these same guys think winning 200 World Six-man titles in a row is an accomplishment. Most of the same guys saying these things are complete and utter jokes. None of you have shown up in any of ol' Gargus' leagues and backed up your mouths. None of you have the guts to actually come face to face with ol' Gargus, 'cause you know as long as ol' Gargus has been in this game, he's been a DOMINANT in-league force. At this time, I wanna call out Johnny B to the ring, 'cause I have something to get off my chest."

Johnny B's music hits, and he enters the ring.

Gargus: "Johnny B, time and time again, ol' Gargus has paid the bills and come to the rescue when you got lost and tried to change the direction of IWA programming. It's been 30 years of holding your hand and directing YOU. It's been 200 days a year on the road, away from my family, to provide the fans with a quality Imaginary Wrestling program, week in and week out. It's time the next generation steps up and takes over, 'cause ol' Gargus is retiring!"

Johnny B: "Gargus don't do this. We need you! Who's going to replace your thought, knowledge, and insight? No one knows the vast history of this game like you do!"

Gargus has since moved to standing behind Johnny B. Gargus clobbers Johnny B in the head with the IWA World Heavyweight title. The camera shows Johnny B on the mat with a gash on his forehead. A pool of blood is forming in the ring.

Gargus: "You silly old man! Did you really think the #1 star in the IWA was going to just walk off into the sunset like that? No, sir! This is a reminder to you and all the scrubs who think they matter in the IWA: there's only one true Alpha, and you're looking at him!"

Gargus spits on Johnny B's face and exits the ring with Mush and the IWA World Heavyweight title as the show goes to commercial.

U.S. Champion

TBABIT: The Loose Cannon (YJW)
Seth Brubaker of Ohio; 500; $100,000 + a large plaque or 25 free matches

King of the Ring

EDGE: Ahmana Rolle (COL)
Caleb Crawdad of Florida; $50,000 + a large plaque or 25 free matches; 276 KotR total; hold positions were 1, 5, 7, 8, 9, 11, 14, 15; battle royal hold positions were 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 10, 12, 13

 

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

Iron Federation Champion

TBABIT/WB: Chuckles (YJW)
Seth Brubaker of Ohio; 501

Steel Federation Champion

WRSTLING: Marty Mush (HAL)
Zach Gargus of Des Moines, Iowa; 501

Gold Federation Champion

VIRUS/Luniz: Looney Knutzz (ASL)
Mitchell Johnson of Michigan; 499; edged EDGE: Onk's Friend Bear Hug (DZL)

Diamond Federation Champion

SOS: Archie Vendetta (NSL)
Hamilton Ortiz of New York; 499

Bronze Federation Champion

EDGE: Dynamo Dexter Poindexter (AOL)
EDGE/MAJ: Vexing Vladimir Verklempt (UNL)
Brad Norman of North Carolina; 500; edged IMT: Hard to Kill Mason Storm (BKL)

Jade Federation Champion

ARMY/IMT: "Martyr of Hardcore" Markus Payne (AAL)
Donald Henry of Illinois; edged "American Pride" Travis Andrews (WEW)

 

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

American Champion

QR: "Shining Marvel" Satomi Tokido (GNW)
Tommy Christopher of North Carolina; 500

Asiatic Champion

EDGE/MAJ: Vexing Vladimir Verklempt (UNL)
Brad Norman of North Carolina; manager retained title; 500; edged VIRUS: Bio-Hazard (HLL)

Elite Champion

Vladimir Verklempt
60 free matches or a real wrestling belt & 10 free matches; edged Satomi Tokido

Hardcore Champion

TBABIT/WB: Chuckles (YJW)
Seth Brubaker of Ohio; 501

International Champion

WRSTLING: Marty Mush (HAL)
Zach Gargus of Des Moines, Iowa; 501

Metropolitan Champion

Vladimir Verklempt

 

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

National Champion

SOS: Luchador Blood #16 (OSL)
Robbie "Blood" Pawelek of Texas; manager retained title; 501; a large plaque or 25 free matches; Pacific region; manager retained regional title

Atlantic Champion

SOS/BAC: Los Blood (EEL)
Robbie Pawelek; 501

Central Champion

IMT: The Wolf of Wall Street Bernie Madoff (IGL)
IWA Legend Terrence Boyd of Georgia; 500

Dixie Champion

EDGE/W: Neidhart (IGL)
Jeff Annable of Canada; 500; edged SOS: Dr. D. Dogbreath (XWL), SOS: Bombastic Bubby Brister (AOL)

Eastern Champion

EDGE/ROT: East Side Killa (MML)
Rich Reilly of New Jersey; 500

Mountain Champion

TBABIT: Bearer of Palls (MUL)
Seth Brubaker of Ohio; 500; edged EDGE: Monopoly Junior (IGL)

Northern Champion

SOS: Luchador Blood #14 (OSL)
Robbie Pawelek; 500; edged SOS/BAC: Pretty Boy Blood (EEL)

Prairie Champion

SOS: Luchador Blood #15 (OSL)
Robbie Pawelek; edged EDGE: Onk's Friend Hugcore Legend (DZL), AI: Crown (LSL)

Southern Champion

ARMY/IMT: "Rated MA Renegade" Tyreese Crenshaw (ECL)
Donald Henry of Illinois; edged Deebo (MML), EDGE: Boggle (IGL), Messenger of Death (LBL)

Western Champion

EDGE: RKO Speedwagon (PKW)
Caleb Crawdad of Florida; 500

 

LADIES' TITLES

Ladies' World Champion

VIRUS/VD: Furry Furnace of Fury (VUL)
Frank Jay Belcher III; $50,000 + a plaque or 15 free matches

Ladies' U.S. Champion

COT: Lady Sin (NML)
Wade Reinhard of Pennsylvania; $25,000; edged COT: Brandy Dirt (FFL), SOS: Princess Kyra (VVL)

Queen of the Ring

WRSTLING: IO (GAL)
Zach Gargus of Des Moines, Iowa; 271 QotR total

Ladies' National Champion

GRSF: "Small Monster" Mao Kanzaki (QQW)
Tommy Christopher of North Carolina; 500

Ladies' Tag-team Champions

VIRUS/VD: Pandora's Box & VIRUS/Luniz: F. Burger (VUL)
Frank Jay Belcher III & Mitchell Johnson, both of Michigan; 516; edged previous champions SOS: Monique & Vivian Blood (LRW)

Ladies' U.S. Tag-team Champions

VIRUS/VD: Bruce Jenner "The Female Version" & Krabby Patty (LLL)
Frank Jay Belcher III

World Six-woman Champions

VIRUS/VD: Bacon Hole, VIRUS/Luniz: Flower "Pot" Child, VIRUS: Smokin MD (VUL)
Frank Jay Belcher III, Mitchell Johnson, Michael Drake of New Jersey; Belcher & Johnson held titles 3 cycles in a row; edged COT: "Ego Maniac" Michelle Sleaves, "Drama Queen" Kendra Maplewood, "Little Lost Puppy" Toni Adud (FFL)

U.S. Six-woman Champions

FT/SLAY/AI: Elsa Hurst, Slamarella, Juju Stone (LRW)
IWA Flip of California; edged COT: Lady Malice, Lady Sin, Big Mac Mackenzie Holubowski

 

TAG-TEAM TITLES

World Tag-team Champions

SOS: Lozen Brown & Envy (OSL)
"The Smooth One" Jeff Manning of Ohio & Derek Tuttle of Florida; Tuttle retained titles; share of $50,000 + 15 free matches

TBABIT: "Back Street" Bax Alright & "Worldly" Atlas Map (MUL)
Seth Brubaker of Ohio

ARMY/IMT: "Cueball" Andy Skidmore & Scorched Earth Messiah (XWL)
Donald Henry of Illinois

EDGE: Sister Night & Worst Canadian Mooserider Justice Beaver (NDL)
Jeff Annable of Canada & Caleb Crawdad of Florida

Top Contenders

5. SOS: Math Jackson & EDGE: "Heroic" Chris Hero (IIL)
EDGE: O.K. Boomer & Flyin' Ryan Harping (NFL)
EDGE/ROT: Masked Warriors 19 & 20 (STL)

8. EDGE/GiFt: Neil the Hippie & Sam Bukah (WDL)

9. TBABIT: Chris P. & Lim P. Bacon (NBL)
VIRUS: Grim Reaper & Grim Peaper (HWL)
VIRUS: Jade Jaws & Lobo Zombie (GNW)

12. SOS: Dino enthusiast Chris Goldbloom & Velocitagtor (NAL)

13. VIRUS: Oprah & Obama's Mama (MML)
EDGE/GiFt: High-Flying Hector & Death-defying Damian Rose (HAL)

15. BOTW: Christian & Edge (IGL)
ranked #13 last time, #12 before that
EDGE/ROT: Terror Squads 3 & 4 (EHL)
VIRUS: Tonsillitis & "Drunk" Terry Flunk (COL)
VIRUS/Luniz: "Mr. Hu$tle" M.J. & VIRUS: Yeast Infection (WARZ)

19. VIRUS/RWS: Drake Callihan & VIRUS: Leprosy (HLL)

20. The American Savages (Buddy Donner & Hank Henkel; IWL)
COT: Hooded Soldiers II & III (KHL)

22. IMT/MEDS: Paul "The Butcher" Duchaine & AOTF/ORDER: The Darkness Matthew Stamboli (LSL)

23. HOP: BA Fox & ORDER: Joe Exotic "King of the Tigers" (BBL)
last of the teams with 516

U.S. Tag-team Champions

SOS: Farmer Burns & Railway Menace (AEL)
Jeff Manning & Robbie "Blood" Pawelek of Texas; Manning held titles 3 cycles in a row, Pawelek retained titles; share of $25,000

VIRUS/VD: Hillary Killary & VIRUS/Luniz: Gynecologist (IGL)
Frank Jay Belcher III & Mitchell Johnson, both of Michigan

EDGE: Hooded Justice & Worst Canadian Mooserider Letterkenny 7th (NDL)
Jeff Annable & Caleb Crawdad; 516; edged SOS: Sundown & Lifeguard Wade (OSL), EDGE/GiFt: "Nearly Perfect" Brandon Suman & The Almighty Matt Taylor (WDL), EDGE: Angelic Kitty Cat & SOS: The Day After Tamara (IIL), COT: Minnesota Wrecking Crews XVIII & XX (NFL), TBABIT: Enyo & Veda (MUL), EDGE/ROT: Terror Squads 15 & 16 (EHL), VIRUS: Strep Throat & Swine Flu (COL), COT: Americana & Babe, the Farmer's Daughter (WARZ), EDGE/ROT: Masked Warriors 13 & 18 (STL)

 

SIX-MAN TITLES

World Six-man Champions

DOD/ORDER: Trigger, IMT/MEDS: Max Violence, LPPF/MEDS: Black Mass (XPL)
Timothy L. Clark of Washington, "Dr. Pain" Mark Duchaine of Vermont, Keith A. Maple of Ohio; held titles 3 cycles in a row; Duchaine & Maple held titles 5 cycles in a row; share of $50,000 + 15 free matches

DOD/ORDER: Dr. BB, Stoner Crushwall, "Scandinavian Nightmare" Glen Vanderson (GRL)
Robert J. Ratliff of Virginia (BB) & Timothy L. Clark; ranked #9 last time, champions before that

DOD/ORDER: Sundogs Spike, Patch, Spot (PKW)
Timothy L. Clark

BNC/ORDER: Slaughterdogs Rex, Cujo, Kreo (EPW)
Joseph Glen Clark of Washington; ranked #9 last time

SOS/ORDER: Lord Regal, Martel "The Model," Zolf Diggler (BRL)
Randall Angel; ranked #9 last time

SOS/BAC: Zap Zingadoodle, SOS/ORDER: Ares Royal, SOS: Titus Ortiz (EEL)
Robbie "Blood" Pawelek, Randall Angel, both of Texas, Hamilton Ortiz of New York

SOS: Rain, Reptile, Ermac (CSL)
Derek Tuttle of Florida; manager retained titles

IMT/AR15: Make America Great Again, Second, Fourth Amendments (NDL)
Kevin Elrod from FEMA Camp Region V

ARMY/IMT: "El Loco" Miguel Juarez, "Pitbull" Kordell Sparks, "Worst of the Worst" Simon Dresnok (XWL)
Donald Henry of Illinois

EDGE: "Heavy" Tank Battle, EDGE/GiFt: Manuel Laber, EDGE/ROT: Rye Guy 22 (MEL)
Brad Norman of North Carolina, Caleb Crawdad of Florida, Rich Reilly of New Jersey; Crawdad held titles 20 cycles in a row, Reilly 4 in a row, Norman retained titles

VIRUS: General Whoshenburger, The Wild Bushman, VIRUS/COH: Mike Vendetta (HWL)
Frank Jay Belcher III & Michael Drake of New Jersey (Vendetta); Belcher held titles 13 cycles in a row, Drake 3 in a row

AI: Annihilators I, II, III (NAL)
Kyle Queen of Texas

Top Contenders

13. EDGE: Dormammu, Ego, Infinity (AAL)
last of the teams with 521

U.S. Six-man Champions

SOS: Hank Hazardous, SOS/ORDER: Ponyboy, SOS/BAC: Brickhouse Blood (EEL)
Hamilton Ortiz, Randall Angel, Robbie Pawelek; Pawelek held titles 7 cycles in a row; share of $25,000

BNC/ORDER: Johnny Doomsday, Timothy Apocalypse, Johnny "The Swerveball" Macintosh (GRL)
Joseph Glen Clark

VIRUS: Scrub-A-Dub-Dub, Herpes, VIRUS/Luniz: Jeremiah Johnson (NAL)
Frank Jay Belcher III & Mitchell Johnson (Johnson), both of Michigan; Belcher held titles 3 cycles in a row

EDGE: Mr. Gift, Mr. Lucky, Lark Martin (NDL)
Jeff Annable of Canada & Caleb Crawdad (Martin); Crawdad retained titles

EDGE/GiFt: Apathy, Violator VIII, EDGE/ROT: Rye Guy 19 (MEL)
Kyle Devlin of Pennsylvania, Anthony Chatburn of Virginia, Rich Reilly; Reilly retained titles

AI: Axle, Slash, Crown (LSL)
Kyle Queen

ARMY/IMT: Ironhorse, "Deathmatch Siren" Shanay Doakes, "Tattooed Deathmatch King" Lex Eames (XWL)
Donald Henry; 521

 

TOP 10 LEAGUES

1. NWL (1,895 matches) 475.972

2. BRL (1,441 matches) 490.459

3. DXL (1,008 matches) 490.082

4. IWL (783 matches) 482.970

5. UNL (714 matches) 493.115
highest average strategy total (active wrestlers only); 10 free matches for managers next cycle

6. NAL (689 matches) 490.975

7. TND (671 matches) 491.333

8. GCL (661 matches) 487.564

9. YJW (584 matches) 492.145

10. LRW (555 matches) 490.829

 

TOP 20 MANAGERS -- 2020

1. Frank Jay Belcher III 1,845

2. Caleb Crawdad 1,540

3. Gerald Robinson 1,220

4. Brad Norman 1,055

5. Robbie "Blood" Pawelek 1,035

6. Seth Brubaker 955

7. Derek Tuttle 940

8. Mitchell Johnson 820

9. Jeff Annable 790

10. Kyle Devlin 735

11. "The Smooth One" Jeff Manning 670

12. Michael Drake 665

13. Donald Henry 660

14. Randall Angel 610

15. "The Game" 600

16. Big Marchand 580

17. Rich Reilly 560

18. Michael Cook, Timothy L. Clark 545

20. Steven M. Shotliff 515

 

TOP 20 STABLES -- 2020

1. SOS 3,285

2. EDGE 2,935

3. VIRUS 2,805

4. IMT 2,450

5. ORDER 1,165

6. TBABIT 985

7. COT 910

8. GOAT 900

9. LUNIZ 820

10. GIFT 730

11. LPPF 665

12. ARMY 660

13. FRM-16 580

14. ROT 560

15. RWS 545

16. BNC, DOD 510

18. TAMMY 470

19. MEDS, PERFECT 400

 

TOP 20 STARS -- active wrestlers only

1. IMT/MEDS: Wonderful Wally Brown (GRL) 185

2. IMT/MEDS: Sinister Steve Stryker (ASL) 178

3. IMT/MEDS: Sir Gunther Kinderwacht (ASL) 158

4. IMT/MEDS: Nightmare Sam Hell (ASL) 132

5. LPPF/MEDS: Misfit Messiah (NAL) 126

6. LPPF: Medieval Tymes (ASL) 123

7. IMT/MEDS: Lord of Illusions (ASL) 122

8. VIRUS/RWS: Mike Drake (HWL) 119

9. IMT/MEDS: Mark the Master Duchaine (GRL) 114

10. VIRUS/RWS: Mike Drake (LWL) 109

11. IMT/MEDS: Inferno (GRL) 107

12. IMT/MEDS: Buda von Blitzen (NAL) 106

13. IMT/MEDS: The Executioner (XPL) 105

14. IMT/MEDS: Deadly David Death (GRL)
IMT/MEDS: Diabolical Jerry Savage (NAL)
Executioner (LBL) 103

17. IMT/MEDS: The Mighty Deadhead (XPL) 102

18. IMT/MEDS: Arson (GRL) 100

19. IMT/MEDS: Bruiser Brett Brown (ASL)
VIRUS: Outlaw Tony Taylor (EHL) 99

 

LIST OF LEAGUES

Iron Federation

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

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, Queen's Quest Wrestling, 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, Xtreme Wrestling

Bronze Federation

American Extreme, American Outlaw, Brass Knuckles, Celebrities Only, Elite Prestige Wrestling, Extreme Hardcore, Grim Reaper, High Rollers, Iron Glove, Ladies Revolution Wrestling, The Nightmare Dimension, United Nations, Wicked Warz

Jade Federation

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

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