| Break Man|
Break Man, more commonly known by his slave name as Proto Man, is a recurring character in the Mega Man series and a wrestler for VGCW. He is a King of the Ring Winner and a two-time VGCW Champion, although the legitimacy of his first title reign was drawn into question due to his use of the Glitch Bomb. His career seemingly came to a tragic end when he was destroyed by Air Man, however, he was rebuilt and went on to become a VGCW Champion in a more legitimized way than his first reign. He was a member of Team Light until the tag team disbanded when Mega Man was released. After trying to save humanity during Season 8, he turned his back on humanity and teamed up with his murderer Air Man to form The Mavericks, and the pair are former Co-Op Champions.
In the Mega Man Franchise Edit
Proto Man is a fictional video game character from Capcom. He first appeared in Mega Man 3 as an enemy to Mega Man under the name of Break Man, where they faced off several times in the game. After Mega Man defeats Wily, it is revealed that Proto Man was the first robot designed by Dr. Light. Ever since, Proto Man has been helping Mega Man, even being a playable character in Mega Man 9 and Mega Man 10. Known for being the cool, collected, and snarky "brother" to Mega Man.
Season 1: Prototype CareerEdit
Proto Man was present in VGCW at least as early as the first recorded stream on November 19, 2012. His first singles match ended in a loss to Wreck-It Ralph, and shortly afterward he focused on tag team competition with his partner Mega Man. The duo of Team Light participated in the Tag Team Tournament to determine the first Co-Op Champions, but lost in the semi-finals to eventual champions Team Fortress. Proto Man also demonstrated a tendency for glitchiness during a six-man elimination tag team match when he climbed atop Table-san at the exact moment that she was destroyed by Guile's diving elbow drop, leaving Proto Man floating in midair, where he remained for a solid ten minutes before finally returning to the ring.
Championship and E-Tank AllegationsEdit
Proto Man did little else of note until the Hell in a Cell King of the Ring tournament on December 12th. Despite being Falcon Kicked off the top of the cell by Captain Falcon and every other enemy he faced, Proto Man still managed to win the tournament by defeating none other than Alberto Del Wily in the finals. Some viewers began to grow suspicious of Proto Man's ability to endure such punishment throughout his matches and still emerge victorious. Many began to believe that he had been consuming illegal E-Tanks before the match, allowing him to replenish his energy at a moment's notice.
Still, as the winner of the tournament, Proto Man was awarded a #1 contendership match against Duke Nukem. Without a massive cell to be hurled from, Proto Man endured comparatively little punishment in the match and had the advantage over Duke throughout their fight. However, the battle ended suspiciously quickly following a certain flying clothesline, after which Proto Man pinned Duke to become #1 contender.
Proto Man faced reigning champion Little Mac later in the night, and at first didn't seem capable of overthrowing the corporate boxer. Mac dominated Proto Man early in the match, but the tide quickly turned after Proto Man hit his finisher. Mac was able to stand up following the attack, but observant viewers might have noted that despite being struck in the head, he was suddenly favoring his arm. Proto Man eventually executed his finisher a second time, and this time time pinned Mac to win the VGCW Championship.
Proto Man defended his title against Donkey Kong on the 2012-12-19 stream. Similar to Proto Man's match against Duke, the championship bout would last barely five minutes before a victor was decided. This time, however, Proto Man would find himself on the receiving end of a flying clothesline. Whatever E-Tanks Proto Man might have had access to, the blow simultanesouly sucked all of them empty, and Proto Man was unable to kick out of Donkey Kong's pin. After holding the championship for less than a week, Proto Man became yet another victim of the Gerudo Curse.
Season 2: Return to MediocrityEdit
Proto Man took a break from competition after losing his title, perhaps needing to get his circuits recalibrated after suffering his beatdown at the hands of the gorilla. He returned to participate in the January 13th Extreme Rules King of the Ring tournament, and went up against Ganondorf in the first round. Proto Man showed surprising resilience under the Dark Lord's assault and was able to mount an admirable comeback effort before being put away with a Gerudo Valley Driver. While Ganondorf's Gerudo blood rage was too strong for the robot, rumors continued to spread throughout the crowd that Proto had juiced up with an E-Tank.
Proto Man also briefly returned to tag team action for the first time in two months when Team Light took on the Game Grumps in a Tag Team Elimination Match on January 16. Proto Man doled out the most offense during the match, quickly putting away JonTron with his increasingly familiar flying clothesline, and also pinning Egoraptor after the remaining Grump had endured an extended two-on-one assault. Following their victory, Team Light were granted a Co-Op Championship match against Raw Power on the very next day. All four wrestlers ended up enduring a tremendous amount of punishment, but eventually Raw Power retained their titles when Dan hit his finisher on Proto Man and pinned him. The match would prove to be Team Light's last, as Mega Man would be released shortly afterward.
On January 28th, Proto Man defeated Waluigi in a thrilling (and laggy) match. He was eventually placed in a six-man Hell in a Cell match on February 22nd in which the victor would become #1 contender to the VGCW Championship. However, Donkey Kong would once again be the quickest to execute their shared finisher and consequently knock out Ryo Hazuki to win the match. Proto Man then took part in the Royal Rumble on 2013-02-28 and very nearly made VGCW history when he was eliminated by Ezio a mere 19 seconds after entering the ring, just four seconds shy of the fastest elimination in VGCW history. Proto Man was able to redeem this poor performance a week later when he defeated his old rival Captain Falcon after a sudden staring contest in a Last Man Standing Match.
Season 3-4: The Glitch Bomb ControversyEdit
In March 2013, Dr. Wily had apparently grown tired with the lack of investigation being done about Proto Man's suspected E-Tank usage and decided to undertake it himself. On 2013-03-12, Wily revealed that it was not E-Tanks that got Proto Man the title, but the Glitch Bomb. He apparently had the broken move equipped in the King of the Ring tournament in which he was first suspected of E-Tank usage. Proto Man was then officially suspended from competition while the league came to grips with the aftermath of the Glitch Bomb. He was reinstated during the Season 4 premiere, when he appeared as entrant #2 in the Royal Rumble.
With the banned Glitch Bomb removed from his moveset, Proto Man returned to singles matches when he once again battled Captain Falcon on May 8th. Proto Man took quite a beating during the course of the match, but managed to get the upper hand over Falcon by being quick to take advantage whenever momentum swung in his favor. Proto Man got to show off his Variable Weapon System when he copied the Falcon Punch, and managed to avoid taking the full brunt of Falcon's Comeback sequence through an unexpected glitch. After a long and arduous battle, Proto Man emerged victorious for a third consecutive time over Falcon.
This victory would give Proto Man the momentum needed to take another shot at the title, for he was soon thrown into a six-way match for the #1 Contender spot. However, without his E-Tanks to fall back on, he soon proved to be easy prey for Mike Haggar, who eliminated him halfway through the match, and went on to claim victory.
Season 5: Blues' Trapped in MidcardEdit
Proto Man's made his Season 5 debut in the opening episode in a Falls Count Anywhere Match where he met the undefeated (and debuting) Air Man on July 11th. Proto found himself on the wrong end of an Air Shooter and took the loss. After this defeat, he took some time off. He would not be seen again until his next match, where he went up against recent newcomer Octodad on September 7th. This time, Proto Man would use the
Octopus Normal Father Stretch, his opponent's finisher, to force him to tap out and pick up the surprising submission victory.
No Heroes Left in ManEdit
Following this match, he would not make another appearance until almost a month later, when he was thrown into the Dragon Ball hunt which had gripped the audience for months, due to him unwittingly discovering a Dragon Ball, and, attempting to equip it into his arsenal, it ended up inside him, causing even more glitches to his system than there were already. After a confrontation with Nappa and Flint, he agreed that they could have his Dragon Ball if one of them beat him. Nappa answered the call, and they fought in a steel cage match on October 8th. Quickly managing to superplex Nappa to open the cage door, he was caught by the Saiyan and didn't escape. However, he eventually was able to climb out of the cage, keeping hold of his Dragon Ball (literally) for now. However, this would soon prove to be his final bow in the ring.
Glitchman's career was brought to a tragic and brutal end on October 15th, as he was ambushed backstage by Knuckles the Echidna and Air Man, who were on orders to take his Dragon Ball by any means necessary. Despite putting up a good fight, he was eventually knocked out cold by his attackers. But, what happened next would shock the VGCW to its very core. Discovering that the Dragon Ball was inside him, Air Man brutally ripped Proto Man apart piece by piece to retrieve it. He had been destroyed, and no E-Tanks would save him this time, as he was now nothing but a pile of scrap metal. He was many things to different people: To some, he was a champion who lost it all. To others, he was nothing but a disgraceful cheater. And to a certain few, he was a one-man band. But in the end, he was nothing more than a Proto Man. Hope Rode alone, and now Hope Died Alone.
Hope, however, would spring inside one of those who had defeated him: Knuckles. Guilt-ridden, he decided to re-evaluate the decisions he made, and recovered Proto Man's remains. Time would tell if the Master Emerald Holder made the right decision.
Season 6: Hope Rides AgainEdit
Over the following weeks, Proto Man would be slowly rebuilt piece by piece. When he had been rebuilt, he came across a critically injured Frank Jaeger in hospital, who had been attacked the previous week, and without a doctor, he would likely die. When he discovered this, he abducted Frank and took him to a doctor (presumably Dr. Light) to examine him. Then, he reappeared on November 26th to inform Frank's ally Solid Snake that it was in fact him who took Gray Fox.
Protoman fiinally returned to action on December 17th, but was defeated by the King Of Awesome, despite putting up a good fight. His bad luck continued when he again met defeat at the hands of Groose. With all his momentum lost, Protoman sought to settle an old score, and challenged Air Man to an Extreme Rules match at End Game 6. Sadly, the match was ultimately bumped off the cart due to time restraints.
Season 7: Even Now There Is Hope For ManEdit
After losing his spot at End Game 6, Proto Man met Air Man in the main event of the first episode of Season 7. In a brutal battle, Proto Man showed off his newfound resilience, taking everything Air Man could throw at him. Things seemed grim when Air Man threw him into a chair and hit the Air Shooter, but Proto Man did what no other had done before him in singles competition by kicking out of move at the two. From there, Proto launched a massive comeback. ultimately defeating Air Man to get payback for his previous dismantling.
His huge win earned him a spot in The Elimination Chamber, a match for the VGCW Championship. To figure out what spot he would enter the match at, Proto Man would have to go through a Beat The Clock challenge on Febuary 18th. He would meet his biggest challenge yet in the form of The Angry Video Game Nerd, one of the toughest competitors in the company. Determined to show he had what it takes to win back the title, Proto Man defeated The Nerd and earned himself the #5 spot in the chamber, putting him at a massive advantage. Only Duke Nukem, the very man who Proto Man originally robbed of a title shot amidst the Glitch Bomb controversy, would enter after him.
The night of the Elimination Chamber would arrive the following week with six men trying to prove that they were the best the company had to offer. Even though his position in the power rankings was easily the lowest of the six in the bout, Proto's previous performance gave him a shot. Upon entering, it seemed that shot would go for naught as Gabe Newell really took it to the robot in the early going. Proto Man would get back on track by eliminating Phoenix Wright and Duke Nukem with his patented Proto Buster shortly thereafter. In the end, it came down to Gabe and Proto Man once again after the former squashed AVGN under his massive frame. Gabe, who had been in since the start, tried to end it with one move, but the slam was countered. Wasting no time, Proto hit his third and final Proto Buster.
There was no Glitch Bomb controversy to taint this moment. The bot that had gone from recycled to resurrected stood atop the VGCW mountain once more as its champion. Even now, there was hope for Proto Man.
At least until two weeks later, when Proto Man entered his first match as champion, a non-title match against Guile after Duke had challenged his former tag team partner and now bitter enemy to do what he couldn't and beat Proto Man. The match turned into such a gigantic bust for Proto Man that it almost grew a gun arm; Proto Man would be dominated the entire match, and in one final humliation, see his attempt to mimic Guile backfire before Guile put him down for the three-count. Rumors began that Proto Man was a paper champion, every possible contender for the title salivating at the chance of making it a case of the former. Hope is hard to kill, but sometimes it is fickle.
After this humiliating loss to Guile, Proto needed to prove that he could stay in the main event and that he was deserving rather than lucky. His opportunity came when he had a non-title rematch against AVGN. The match was back and forth the whole way, with both men getting off their finishers and getting close 2 counts. In a case of deja vu, Proto won with the same move when he beat the Nerd the first time. With his victory, Proto proved to the fans and himself that his victory was as much skill as luck, and to his upcoming opponent and No 1 contender, his old enemy Dr. Wily, that he was not a flash in the pain.
On April 8th, that night was the night, and even with Wily coming out of the gates and primed to take DLN-000 out, the crowd watched, as Proto Man would stave off the doctor's intentions, and buried him to protect his grasp on the VGCW title. Proto Man had little time to celebrate though, as Sonic the Hedgehog appeared afterwards, not to cash in his briefcase, but to let Proto Man know that he would allow the Lightbot one more title defense before the blue hedgehog cashed in. Proto Man simply accepted the challenge, letting the Genesis mascot know that he was going to get it for underestimating him.
With a new No. 1 Contender selected in the form of Scorpion, and Sonic lurking in the wings, Proto Man faced a challenge at End Game 7 few competitors could overcome. Easily one of the most popular title contenders in VGCW history, Proto Man found himself with little support, thus he and his hope rode alone for the title defense. But it was not meant to be as Scorpion took down Proto Man to claim the VGCW Championship. Proto Man gracefully accepted the loss, shaking the new champion's hand before heading out of the ring as Sonic entered to cash in the Money in the Bank. Not wanting the hedgehog to spoil Scorpion's moment, Proto delivered a Proto Driver to the briefcase holder, in turn gaining some respect from those who once despised him.
Season 8: A Melody from the PastEdit
Protoman would face the repercussions of his actions soon into Season 8, when Sonic confronted him from the ring. Sonic would go on to challenge him to an extreme rules match, and on 2014-05-27, Protoman and Sonic would face off. Sonic, sitll angered about his Money-in-the-Bank, put up a fierce fight against Protoman, but the hedgehog was no match for Blues. The fight was taken outside the ring, where Protoman delivered a devastating Proto Driver to put his opponent away.
However, the night wouldn't be over for Protoman. Soon after, an ominous theme began playing througout the Arena, and a mechanized Knuckles appeared on the stage! The robot made its way to the ring and gave a nasty Emerald Cutter to Protoman. Leaving Proto down on the mat, Sonic walked away from the fight, dissappearing back stage.
Once he recovered, Protoman took his fight to The Practice. It was no surprise that Dr. Wily was up to his schemes again. Confident in their masterplan, the two doctors explained their plan to build a robotic army over several encounters backstage. Eventually, Protoman decided it was time for action. He challenged the doctors to a match with any robot master of their choice at the Chamber of Elimination. The doctors accepted, and sent their Dandroid out to face him on 2014-07-29. Overpowered by the P.R.A.T.S. leader, Protoman would fall to The Practice's creation. However, a surprise was in store for both The Practice and their robot...
Hope Rides... In Pairs!?Edit
Protoman wouldn't have gone to the ring unprepared. Exclaiming that this time, "Hope Rides in pairs", fellow robot-type-character Grey Fox appeared in the ring! The two worked together to take down the Dandroid, and their efforts were successful. Protoman gained more than the Pratitude Adjustment that day. He gained an ally, and he sent a message to the ranks of The Practice's army. Grey Fox and Protoman left the doctors rattled, and proceeded to send Dan Hibiki back to Dr. Light to be fixed.
When Hope gives in to Despair. Edit
Throughout Season 8, Protoman had attempted to thwart The Practice's evil schemes by facing their robots in the ring. And each time he did so, he had come up short. With him and Grey Fox losing to the robots continuously and only stopping them via dirty tactics after losing the fight, the mood of the crowd turned sour. Protoman, despite fighting to save the VGCW, was seen as a failure. Protoman's situation was not helped when Bison actually DID win a match against a robot. As such, before End Game 8, Protoman was told by Gabe that his services were no longer needed. The fans thought Protoman would end up doing something during End Game 8 anyway, despite being told to stay out of it.
The fans were right. But not in the way they thought.
When Gabe was being assaulted by Super Metal Arino during End Game 8, Jensen attempted to jump in and help him, but was struck from behind by Protoman. During the fight between Super Metal Arino and Gaben, Protoman cheered for Arino, declaring that Gabe deserved what happened to him, and that Protoman would serve Arino faithfully. Having been abandoned by the VGCW audience, Protoman has turned his back on the light.
Season 9: They Called Me Their Hero... Edit
"I've given everything I can. There are no heroes left in man."
Season 9 further showed the robot's distrust for others as he formed an unexpected alliance with Air Man, the very same bot that nearly sent him to the scrapyard, in a team called The Mavericks. Proto Man also abandoned his name calling it his "slave name" and chose to go under the name of "Break Man" going forward.
Break Man entered the ring with Airman as his ringside support, eager to crush any human who challenged him. However, he did not count on the newcomer, Travis Touchdown, who had been called up from EDBW. Airman did little to help Break Man against Travis, and ended up being too distracted by Travis ripping the top off the announcers table to stop Break Man from being pinned. After this loss, and some more wins with Airman in his tag team, Break Man decided to do away with his old entrance, and show that he had now turned his back on the audience for good. With a new entrance and intro song, Break Man went up against The Heavy, without Airman at ringside this time. It went a lot different than his fight with Travis though. The two wrestlers brutalised each other, and though The Heavy seemed to have the most offense, Break Man's metal frame and cold iron heart withstood all the blows, and he defeated Heavy with the Break Driver, crushing just one of what will be a long list of humans.
After suffering a loss to the Birds of Prey, Break Man's partner would be humiliated by Ezio. Looking to gain some ground, Break Man set out to prove he could stand along with Air Man as top of the company. He took to the Co-Op contender's triple threat to prove his skill, facing old rival Captain Falcon and old nemesis Doctor Eggman. Regardless of the history between him and his opponents, Break wouldn't let either of these two best him. He played the match smart, eventually grabbing a chair from ringside to solidify his stance. Once Robotnik had been eliminated, Break would need but a single Break Buster to put Falcon down on the mat. The ref counted to three, and just like that, The Mavericks would be going to End Game. They would take their message to the grandest stage of them all, to face Red and Ness of PK Chu. Break Man was ready. Willing.
Prepared to fight.
End Game 9: Send Your Armies Edit
End Game 9 was on the horizon, and the Mavericks were ready. The two started off the night talking backstage, preparing for their important match. As the Proto Whistle rang out that fateful night, Break Man and Air Man walked out on the stage, ready to face down PK CHU. When the bell rang, Air Man stepped out to face Ness, but it wouldn't be long before the two swapped out for Break Man and Red. Something inside of Break Man snapped that night. Fueled by something deep inside of him, he had made it his personal mission to make sure that those two kids didn't walk away with the belts that night. Break Man put on an astounding performance, delivering blow after blow to both members of PK CHU. The match would come to its climactic end when Red tagged Ness in. Looking to finish the match, Break Man would take one final shot to the head of Ness, sending him down. There was no man or machine who could stop him as he went to pin. Red dove in the ring and tried to break it up with an axe handle, but it was too late for the kids. Blues had the pin. The match was over. The Mavericks had taken the belts, and left End Game 9 as the Co-Op Champions. The question now remained leading into Season 10; who would challenge them? Was there a team in the VGCW who dared challenge them? Was there no one who valued courage over life?
Season X: You Will Never Have Another Hero Edit
Break Man began his season through a rough patch, locking up in a match with M.Bison to start. Though he would fight well, he ended up falling to the Dictator's Knee Press outside the ring. However, the Co-Op Champion's first true fall would come at the hands of Billy and Jimmy Lee, on April 28th. After winning a Co-Op Tournament, The Dragons would go up against The Mavericks at VGCW: Challenge Tower. Though Air Man and Break Man had bested the Dragons once before, in the Co-Op tournament they had debuted in, this would not prove to have the same result. Break Man would end up falling prey to a Dragon Suplex Pin Combo from Jimmy Lee while Air Man was distracted with Billy, leaving the Mavericks empty handed as the match closed.
Break Man, looking to ride alone for some time off of his tag team, took to the ring to fight Wario on May 12th. He entered the ring to his theme and prepared to fight the (quite literally) filthy human, and wasn't about to let the crowd forget that Break Man breaks bones, not promises. He promised to eradicate filthy humans, and he did just that, popping his E-Tank and smashing Wario into the mat for the three-count. Following his performance up, Break Man entered a Triple-Threat Contest on May 26th, facing off against current Casual Champion Kefka Palazzo and VGCW General Manager Gary Oak. Break Man held no leading title to his name, but he'd still leave victorious after taking down both of them. Though he'd end up splitting this season's wins and losses down the middle, Break Man would close out this season looking stronger than ever.
Season 11: Nobody Cared Who I Was Until I Put on the Mask Edit
Break Man, looking to distance himself from humanity even further, shed his last remaining link to the past on 2015-07-15. As he came out to start the first show of Season 11, fans noticed he was sporting a new mouthguard, completely covering his face and covering any human likeness he had. Unfortunately, this mask wouldn't help him win the chaotic six-man ladder match he was entered into. This misfortune wouldn't follow The Motor into his next match. After confronting Doctor Wily backstage, Break Man found himself with Air Man at his side fighting The Practice later in the night. Perhaps looking to exact some revenge after Season 8's failures, Break Man would finish off the match by slamming Wily into the mat, picking up the win for his team.
Behind the KayfabeEdit
An E-Tank is a semi-rare healing item from the Mega Man series, first appearing in Mega Man 2. Unlike regular health pickups, which automatically heal when picked up (provided the player is damaged, otherwise they do nothing), an E-Tank can be saved until the player wishes to use it, in which case all of their health is restored.
In VGCW, Break Man became associated with the item due to confusion over his finisher, The E-Tank Charge (AKA The Glitch Bomb). Before he would be able to execute this move, he would usually initiate a comeback, a move that would cause the screen to flash multiple times. At the time, the crowd had no idea what a comeback was and thought that Break Man had somehow recovered his health, when instead he had just turned the tables on his opponent. Considering he was able to execute his glitched finisher shortly after this, Break Man had a tendency to take control of a match with this devastating one-two combo.
Despite using the broken finisher multiple times during the King of the Ring Tournament, then again against his match with Duke for the title shot, and two more times against Little Mac for the Championship, the move that helped get Break to the top was also his downfall: His next opponent, Donkey Kong, won using the same move.
Even into Season 9, with the move removed from his roster, the reputation of "using E-tanks" remains with Break Man, as fans will call out his use of one when it seems he is gaining a second wind. His comeback is now commonly referred to as his "E-Tank", though it does not generally carry the same negative connotations of his previous usage.
Proto/Break Man's character as of Season 9 is heavily based off of a Rock Opera by a band known as The Protomen. This is also where his current theme, The Stand, comes from.
Non-Royal Rumble RecordEdit
|2015-10-13||Dan Hibiki||Extreme Rules||Win||31-24-0||20-12-0|
|2015-09-08||Salvation Ops||Tag Team (w/ Air Man)||Loss||30-24-0||19-12-0|
|2015-08-11||The Practice||Tornado Tag Team (w/ Air Man)||Win||30-23-0||19-12-0|
|2015-07-15||The Heavy, Flint, Knuckles, Captain Falcon, M.Bison||Six Man Ladder Match||Loss||29-23-0||19-12-0||Debuted face mask|
|2015-05-26||Gary Oak, Kefka Palazzo||Triple Threat Elimination Match||Win||29-22-0||19-12-0|
|2015-04-28||The Dragons||Tag Team (w/ Air Man)||Loss||27-22-0||18-12-0||Co-Op Championship Match|
|2015-03-10||M. Bison||Extreme Rules Falls Count Anywhere||Loss||27-21-0||18-12-0|
|2015-02-17||PK Chu||Tag Team (w/ Air Man)||Win||27-20-0||18-11-0||Co-Op Championship Match|
|2015-01-27||Captain Falcon, Dr. Eggman||Triple Threat Elimination Match||Win||26-20-0||18-11-0||Co-Op Championship Contenders' Match|
|2014-12-30||Birds of Prey||Tag Team (w/ Air Man)||Loss||25-20-0||18-11-0|
|2014-12-09||The Heavy||Extreme Rules Falls Count Anywhere||Win||25-19-0||18-11-0|
|2014-11-11||The Dark Lords||Tag Team (w/ Air Man)||Win||24-19-0||17-11-0|
|2014-11-04||Travis Touchdown||Singles||Loss||23-19-0||17-11-0||Accompanied by Air Man|
|2014-10-28||PK Chu||Tornado Tag Team Hell in a Cell (w/ Air Man)||Loss||23-18-0||17-10-0||#1 Co-Op Contenders' Tournament Final|
|2014-10-28||Barret & Flint||Tornado Tag Team (w/ Air Man)||Win||23-17-0||17-10-0||#1 Co-Op Contenders' Tournament Semi-Final|
|2014-10-28||The Dragons||Tag Team (w/ Air Man)||Win||22-17-0||17-10-0||#1 Co-Op Contenders' Tournament Quarterfinal|
|2014-09-02||Chief Arino (as Metal Arino)||Singles||Win||21-17-0||17-10-0||Plot victory; SSB Brawl Rules|
|2014-08-12||Nappa (as Bald Man)||Extreme Rules||Loss||20-17-0||17-10-0||Vegeta ran in to help Proto Man after the match; Get Equipped With: Scoop Slam|
|2014-07-29||Dan Hibiki (as Dandroid)||Extreme Rules||Loss||20-16-0||17-9-0||
Gray Fox made the save after the match / Get Equipped With: Prattitude Adjustment
|2014-05-27||Sonic the Hedgehog||Extreme Rules||Win||20-15-0||17-8-0|
|2014-05-13||Scorpion||Singles||Loss||19-15-0||16-8-0||Lost VGCW Championship|
|2014-04-08||Dr. Wily||Singles||Win||19-14-0||16-7-0||Defended VGCW Championship|
|2014-04-01||Angry Video Game Nerd||Singles||Win||18-14-0||15-7-0||Non-Title Match|
|2014-02-25||Gabe Newell, AVGN, Bowser, Phoenix Wright, Duke Nukem||Elimination Chamber||Win||17-13-0||14-6-0||Won VGCW Championship|
|2014-02-18||Angry Video Game Nerd||Beat The Clock, Singles||Win||16-13-0||14-6-0||Won in 8:14|
|2014-02-11||Air Man||Extreme Rules||Win||15-13-0||13-6-0|
|2013-10-15||Air Man & Knuckles||2-on-1 Handicap Backstage Brawl||Loss||14-11-0||12-4-0||Dismantled after the fight. ;_;7|
|2013-10-08||Nappa||Steel Cage||Win||14-10-0||12-4-0||Dragon Ball Match|
|2013-05-29||Mike Haggar, Flint, Angry Video Game Nerd, Donkey Kong, Ryo Hazuki||Six Man Battle Royal||Loss||11-9-0||9-3-0||VGCW Championship #1 Contendership Match|
|2013-03-07||Captain Falcon||Last Man Standing||Win||10-8-0||8-3-0|
|2013-02-22||Donkey Kong, Mario, Gabe Newell, Zangief, Ryo Hazuki||Six Man Hell in a Cell||Loss||9-8-0||7-3-0||VGCW Championship #1 Contendership Match|
|2013-01-17||Raw Power||Tag Team (w/ Mega Man)||Loss||8-7-0||6-3-0||For Co-op Championship|
|2013-01-16||Game Grumps||Tag Team (w/ Mega Man)||Win||8-6-0||6-3-0||#1 Co-Op Contendership Match|
|2013-01-13||Ganondorf||Singles||Loss||7-6-0||6-3-0||KotR Round 1|
|2012-12-19||Donkey Kong||Singles||Loss||7-5-0||6-2-0||Lost VGCW Championship|
|2012-12-14||Little Mac||Singles||Win||7-4-0||6-1-0||For VGCW Championship|
|2012-12-14||Duke Nukem||Singles||Win||6-4-0||5-1-0||VGCW Championship #1 Contender Match|
|2012-12-12||Dr. Wily||Singles||Win||5-4-0||4-1-0||KotR Final|
|2012-12-12||Gabe Newell||Singles||Win||4-4-0||3-1-0||KotR Semi Finals|
|2012-12-12||Captain Falcon||Singles||Win||3-4-0||2-1-0||KotR Round 2|
|2012-12-12||Simon Belmont||Singles||Win||2-4-0||1-1-0||KotR Round 1|
|2012-11-27||M. Bison, Dr. Wily, & Liquid Snake||Tag Team (w/ Guile & Solid Snake)||Loss||1-4-0||0-1-0||Missed half of the match glitching|
|2012-11-27||Super Mario Bros.||Tag Team (w/ Mega Man)||Loss||1-3-0||0-1-0||Pre-Show|
|2012-11-22||Team Fortress||Tag Team (w/ Mega Man)||Loss||1-2-0||0-1-0||Tag Team Tournament Semi Finals|
|2012-11-22||Raw Power||Tag Team (w/ Mega Man)||Win||1-1-0||0-1-0||Tag Team Tournament Round 1|
|2012-11-21||Wreck-It Ralph||Singles||Loss||0-1-0||0-1-0||KotR Round 1|
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|Nintendo||Bowser · Captain Falcon · Flint · Ganondorf · Groose · Red · Reyn · Ridley · Toad · Waluigi|
|Sega||Dr. Eggman · Earl · Kanji Tatsumi · Knuckles the Echidna · Sonic the Hedgehog · Toejam · Vyse|
|Capcom||Air Man · Asura · Break Man · Dante (DmC) · Dan Hibiki · Dr. Wily · Guile · M. Bison · Mike Haggar · Miles Edgeworth · Phoenix Wright · Zangief|
|Konami||Dracula · Ebisumaru · Goemon · Senator Armstrong · Solid Snake|
|Anime||Gary Oak · Nappa · Vegeta|