| Donkey Kong|
Donkey Kong is a character from the Mario and Donkey Kong series and is a wrestler for VGCW. He is a two-time VGCW Champion who gained notoriety as the central figure in the Glitch Bomb controversy, which resulted in the end of his second title reign. After a suspension due to his repeated use of the Glitch Bomb, DK was swiftly back to kick some tail without it, eventually claiming the accomplishment of having the longest singles win streak in the league, his last loss being to Snake in December of 2012 before he began the streak, which ended at 7 wins with a loss to Duke Nukem in November 2013 (Or Gabe in October, depending on what story you believe) Donkey Kong would hold this record for several months, before being surpassed by Phoenix Wright in April 2014. As well as singles competition, Donkey and his nephew, Diddy Kong, competed in the Co-Op division for a short time as The DK Crew up until Diddy's release from the company in Season 10. The following season, he found himself the victim of a body hijacking by the GameShark, and, after being freed from the beast by Segata Sanshiro, decided to stay on the island to prevent the possibility of any more GameSharks' following the VGCW afterwards, while also being given a Legends' Contract on the side.
In the Donkey Kong FranchiseEdit
Since then, the character and franchise has been rebooted into the character we know as today; the tie-wearing banana-loving leader of the DK Crew. Starting with Donkey Kong Country in 1994 where he and his pal Diddy Kong took their beloved bananas back from the EVIL King K. Rool, the character has gone on to playing bongos, driving through rainbow roads, having a thoroughly unfitting singing voice and getting his own back on Mario.
Pre-archive: Injury HijinxEdit
It is currently unknown how Donkey Kong started out in the VGCW, but his earliest known match in the fed's history was a bout with Gabe Newell as the challenger for the VGCW Championship belt. Sadly, DK's wallet didn't have the banana coins to withstand the power of the Squeeze, and he tapped out. On the November 20th broadcast, DK was entered in a King of the Ring tournament. His first round opponent, JonTron, was a known fan of the big ape's work. Perhaps more relaxed against what he thought was friendly competition, Donkey Kong allowed the match to go outside the ring, expecting a fun, fairly rules-free time.
Jon slammed the top banana into the barricade repeatedly, finally finishing with a spear that drove the metal straight into Donkey Kong's spine. After an initial struggle to get back up, DK laid outside the ring, thoroughly paralyzed. For an agonizing ten count, fans watched as the big ape failed to move a single muscle. Donkey Kong was quietly carried out of the ring between matches, fans not being able to see if he was breathing. A whisper of "RIP in Peace, DK" was carried out as DK's hospitalization became official, many thinking he was dead. In reality, DK had barely survived a potentially career-ending injury, with fans wondering how long a nearly spine-breaking injury would keep an ape from brutal, high-intensity wrestling.
The answer: Two days.
Season 1: Finally Back To Kick Some TailEdit
Donkey Kong returned to the ring on November 22nd in the Royal Rumble match, shocking fans that he was still alive, much less in condition to wrestle. In the following broadcast, he was paired with a fellow victim, Guile, who had recently been knocked out (though not nearly as severely as DK) by the Angry Video Game Nerd. Monkey and American faced off against both of the YouTube celebrities that had threatened their careers. A lust for blood in his gorilla heart, DK went forth and got revenge, ending the match by utilizing his finisher, the Banana Slamma, on a healthy-looking JonTron. Amazingly, through just one of his finishers, DK was able to score a pinfall on Jon then and there, establishing DK's great power.
His next match against Scorpion went much of the same way: overwhelming force to swiftly eliminate a supposedly incredibly powerful wrestler. He then bet on his partner Duke Nukem to quickly take out the entire team (of Eggman, Vegeta and Wesker) on his own after he and Simon Belmont were eliminated 40 minutes into the match. For once, he lost no Bison Bananas from betting on the Duke.
His time to shine arrived on the 14th of December: Donkey Kong defeated Liquid Snake, Luigi, and M.Bison in a four-man Backstage Brawl in the pre-show. Entering 37th in that night's Royal Rumble, Donkey Kong scored four eliminations in a row (plus triple-teamed Raphael with Bowser and Scorpion), ending by toppling Scorpion out of the ring. He then captured the title four days later in a battle of wits against Proto Man. However, bringing the belt back to his jungle home corrupted the ape with The Gerudo Curse, weakening his body to ensure he would lose his next defense. DK lost the belt to Solid Snake just before Christmas, failing to bring the belt home with him through the new year.
Season 2: How High Can You Get?Edit
After defeating Vegeta (a footnote of footnotes), DK found himself in a great conundrum: he struggled greatly in multi-man matches. He failed to find success in three straight six-way matches, the idea of having more than one person to hit confusing him. In a later broadcast, he drew Zangief to a 'no contest' in a table match, with both seeming to have more of an appreciation for finely set-up tables than being interested in driving the other through them.
But then, on the 2013-02-18 broadcast, DK managed to convincingly defeat Dracula. It was not known at the time if this victory was because he is not a man, or by chance he has Belmont blood in him, but with his victory over Dracula won after the Chinese New Year, it was thought that maybe the Monkey's luck was finally turning around. And in a way, it was.
On 2013-02-22, however, DK went too far. Determined to turn his luck around in multi-man matches, DK entered a 6-Man Hell in a Cell to become the #1 contender. Though his old enemy-turned-friend Mario kept the big ape busy, DK's eyes were set on newcomer Ryo Hazuki. Smelling inexperience, fear, or perhaps a banana-scented candy in Ryo's pocket, DK isolated the revenge-seeking teenager with attitude and struck him with the Banana Slamma. Then, with a single follow-up punch, DK ended Hazuki's short life, winning the match because 'death' is evidently a legal form of elimination. With cries of 'murderer' dogging him, the irony of the situation was lost on DK; it had been three whole months since his own potentially career-ending injury was taken, and he'd dealt a blow much worse to a potential fresh face. Whether through determination, a mad lust for victory, or a desire for bananas, Donkey Kong poised himself to face a reinvigorated and redesigned Charles Barkley for the belt.
Season 3: Rotten Golden BananaEdit
DK got his shot at the championship belt on 2013-02-28. Barkley had had a very long night; he'd faced the Badman in his first round match of The Great Tournament, and had to deal with Mr. Money In The Bank Nappa immediately afterward. With an unexpected challenge to his reign, DK seemed to have the advantage against Sir Charles' slowly-waning b-ball energies as an exhausted crowd watched the final match of the night. With three straight theme songs in his favor, and no Space Jam remixes in sight, DK powered through Barkley and ended the promised Thousand Years of Jams (as the Banana Slamma existed, 1000 Years of Slams were still realistically possible). Resisting the powerful Chaos Dunk, Donkey Kong's simian fist finished the fight and cemented his place as both the second two-time VGCW Champion and the leader of the bunch. Having reached his green and purple banana, Donkey Kong was finally content
His contentedness would not last long; finally able to approach the previously-enraged ape, VGCW officials were able to step in. An hour prior to the start of the 2013-03-07 show, it was reported by Bazza that DK was escorted out the building. While many fans were displeased and believed a conspiracy against the first member of the DK crew was taking place, Phoenix Wright revealed on the 2013-03-12 show that the reason for his suspension was due to the fact that his finisher, the Banana Slamma, was actually the Glitch Bomb. Half of a dozen results instantly came to the mind of healthy wrestlers suddenly falling before Donkey Kong, from JonTron to Ryo Hazuki. DK's fans quickly became divided, the secret behind his overwhelming power finally revealed, outing him as a dirty cheater. The use of this stripped DK of the VGCW title and resulted in him facing a suspension.
Season 4: DK, Donkey Kong Is Here!Edit
After being sent back to his jungle home and being stripped of his title, Donkey Kong would make his return in a 30-man Royal Rumble match on 2013-04-17. The next broadcast would bring his first true match following his suspension, against perpetual jobber Waluigi. The match was actually pretty close, going back and forth throughout. The prime ape was even sent through Table-san. Whether it was ring rust or getting used to not using a certain move, it seemed as if Waluigi could get a surprise win on DK, but those thoughts were put to rest after several punches to the head caused the People's Champ to be down for the three count. The nigh-loss to Waluigi had analysts wondering if Donkey Kong was able to compete to the level he did prior to his suspension.
Those doubts were somewhat affirmed when, in a cage match opposing him to an overweight grubby gold grabber, an out of shape middle-aged man and a straight up old guy, the guy who's built to climb stuff lost to the geriatric. Still, he wasn't about to let that get him down and on May 23rd, he showed the world he still had the stuff to compete in singles when he rematched Waluigi and made quick work of him, dominating the entire match, driving his opponent to the barricade and putting him down quickly with a clothesline right after. Then he went on to be eliminated first in a six-way match for #1 contenders, even bleeding much faster than less durable wrestlers also in the ring. DK will have to hope that his singles success can somehow transition into becoming a #1 Contender, or else he'll be trapped in a limbo of choking where it counts forever.
Once again, DK opened up the show in End Game 4, where he fought against Doctor Eggman, and, while nearly losing the match after getting busted open by Eggman, managed to power through Eggman's assault, and seized another victory. The great ape would look toward Season 5 in an attempt to establish himself as a true 'main eventer'.
Season 5: Donkey's Kong QuestEdit
In Season 5, DK was acknowledged as beloved powerhouse after winning matches without Glitch Bomb. Winning four consecutive matches in Season 5, DK became the record holder for most consecutive wins. His streak reached its peak at End Game 5, where he defeated Air Man and rose to the top of the card.
Kong proved to be out for blood as he faced one-half of the then-Co-Op Champions, Wario in a 2/3 falls match. The match started out well for the Big Monkey as he landed blow after blow, but not for long as Wario didn't take any of it lying down. As the match progressed, Donkey Kong hit Wario with the Banana Slamma and secured his first point. Wario soon gained offense of his own after getting busted open and hit DK with a stolen Banana Slamma and got his point. As the match neared the end, the crowd agreed that the match was worth a "THIS IS AWESOME" chant and that powered the Monkey to yet again land a Banana Slamma to secure his 4th win in a row in Singles competition. DK grinned toward his next match, confident a title shot would not be far away.
Titles would have to wait, however, as former Casual Champion, Red, was looking for a match to prove if all of the Pokemon Master's previous wins were flukes. DK, on a hot streak and generally proven to be strong, was considered a perfect test. As the match began, it was a back and forth brawl as both wrestlers had their moments of dominance. But, the match would soon shift in Red's favor as he landed a Sky Attack. Soon afterwards, Donkey Kong got a taste of the Giga Impact DDT that took so many others out for the count. But, Red didn't capitalize off of the move and wanted the match to progress. The decision would lead to the Trainer's downfall as Donkey Kong would soon mount a comeback and made him bleed with a DK Punch. As Wizpig granted some support via his theme, Donkey Kong would land his Banana Slamma and put the Trainer out for the count, proving that he needed work to do in order to make it to the big leagues, and giving DK the honorary title of "Gatekeeper of the Main Event".
The Great Ape would not accept dwelling at the bottom of a list of greats, though. DK poised himself to take on runner-up of The Great Tournament and GM-buddy Adam Jensen in a match the following week. Kong showed absolutely no mercy, showing a ferocity that had not been seen since the murder of Ryo Hazuki months back. While most would fear the wrath of the Augmented Piledriver, DK delivered Giant Punch after Giant Punch to a more stealth-specced Jensen, ending with the Banana Slamma to crush the augmented man. DK won his sixth consecutive singles win by crushing an opponent most thought would give him an even match. The match awarded DK enough Hero Coins to be considered 3rd in the post-show Power Rankings, the leader of the bunch when compared to all of those not wearing a belt.
His next victim proved to be Flint, who wanted the Dragon Ball DK had found unknowingly under his banana hoard. Flint would get nowhere, as DK quickly sent him back to the farm, claiming win 7, breaking Ganondorf and Red's records. His singles streak of seven wins makes him the current record holder for most consecutive singles wins. Looking to a banana-colored sky, DK looked toward the future not to prove he's the very best, or that he was the most destructive force in VGCW. He continued his Kong Quest because fighting is what he knew how to do, and he did it well.
On September 7th, he was booked to fight Geno. However, before he could head down the ramp, he was jumped on, literally, by Gabe Newell, and the match didn't go ahead. However, Gabe was foolish and didn't snatch DK's Dragon Ball when he was knocked out cold. When DK awoke, he was in a fit of rage, effectively leading to a match in the next episode with the GM. But, it was also revealed that DK would be making an appearance at End Game 5, and this time, streaks were on the line, as his opponent would be the unbeatable Air Man. The following Night, Gabe entered the ring, ready to take DK's Dragon Ball fair and square. The two titans clashed in a ferocious no-DQ match, appearing to be evenly matched. However, Gabe managed to spear Donkey Kong through barricade-kun, but couldn't score the pin. Donkey Kong later retaliated with a devastating Donkey Punch, knocking Gabe down face first on to the mat. Much to everyone's surprise, when DK went for the pin, the lights in the arena blacked out. The audience panicked, unable to tell what was happening in the ring. Several minutes passed until the lights finally came back on, and the show had already ended. It was announced that Gabe had kicked out of DK's pin, and made him submit with a Wallet Squeeze. Despite the lack of video evidence, Gabe walked away with a Dragon Ball, and DK had his streak tarnished.
As Gabe dealt with the controversy, DK kept a low profile for the following weeks leading up to his End Game 5 match against Air Man. Some speculated he feared the risk of tarnishing his record even further, while others claimed he was busy training. In all likelyhood, he was probably just eating bananas.
Nevertheless, End Game 5 brought Donkey Kong back into the ring where he faced Air Man in the unforgiving Hell In A Cell in what was perhaps the most hyped-up match of the night. DK had an enormous advantage in support from the crowd, as Air Man had recently murdered Proto-Man in attempt to steal his Dragon Ball. People cheered for the Big Monkey, and DK obliged the crowd by completely dismantling the Robotic Master and winning the match by KO to the amazement of everyone. Perhaps he shared the audience's rage over Air Man's murder of a fellow Glitch Bomb user and was seeking vengeance, or perhaps he just really hated robots. Regardless, he had won both the match and the hearts of the crowd. Finally able to turn away from his past as a cheater, Donkey Kong had proven himself as the real deal.
Season 6: Rotten Gold BananasEdit
Donkey Kong went through a surprising losing streak after receiving a visual makeover. Due to his underperformance and noticeable jaundice, the chat theorized that DK was suffering cancer and lamented for the superstar.
Riding off a huge win over Air Man, Donkey Kong faced Duke Nukem in an Extreme Rules match. Looking at it on paper, Donkey Kong had this match won...or so we thought. As the match went on, Donkey Kong maintained dominant offence for the first half of the match, landing a Banana Slamma. Later on in the match, Duke Nukem refused to stay down and hit Donkey Kong with a Stunner. This back and forth action went on for the rest of the match as Duke landed the 3rd Stunner of the Match as Donkey Kong kicked out at 2.9. After much frustration, Duke put Donkey Kong in a Sleeper hold. Many people thought this would just be a rest hold as Donkey Kong tapped out. The longest streak in VGCW history had been broken. As Donkey Kong was at the cusp of becoming a #1 Contender again, it got taken away by this loss.
His other two appearances that season led to him losing both times, first to Sonic, and then losing a chance at the Casual Championship. Many feared the Leader of the DK Crew was old news...
Season 7-8: DK's Double TroubleEdit
DK took a month long break, and while relaxing his old sidekick, Diddy Kong, approached him with an idea: Join the Co-Op division. The big monkey loved it, and on his return, DK and Diddy Kong teamed up against former Co-Op Champions, WarioWare Inc. The duo took it to the former champs, but in the end, Wario stuck around in the ring too long, and got a DQ for it. Not exactly how DK planned his return, but it would do for the time being.
Returning to the singles division for a short stay, DK would face Zangief on 2014-03-04. Clashing in the 2/3 Falls match, the big monkey slammed the Russian down, pinning him twice whilst getting pinned once, giving DK the win. DK teamed with Diddy Kong again on 2014-03-11, this time facing two other animal comrades: Sonic & Knuckles. Despite the team's best efforts, DK's chimp companion would be the one to fall, being locked up in a roll-up pin.
The DK Crew then competed in the Co-Op Tournament, but fell to fellow monkeys The Saiyans, who would go on to win the entire tournament. They then faced the Mystical Ninjas, who fell to the duo.
DK would then face fellow superheavyweight the Heavy in a Last Man Standing match. Donkey Kong managed to defeat the Heavy, but it was not without controversy due to fast counts.
In the following months, Donkey Kong was mostly relegated to tag team competition, earning title shots on two different Occasions against The Saiyans but coming up short in both instances in a series criticized by many viewers. Aside from the DK Crews tag matches, DK would experience mixed success in singles, brutally defeating Arino but suffering close loses to the likes of Ganondorf and Guile.
Season 9: Donkey Kong ReturnsEdit
Thanks to his tag team with Diddy Kong being coldly received by the audience, DK returned to singles action once more, making his first appearance of season 9 in a Triple Threat match against Kefka and the returning Sabin, which Donkey Kong won very handily.
After his impressive win, the VGCW Champion Scorpion chose him to be his partner in a tag match against the alliance of Duke Nukem and Chief Arino. Despite Scorpion's inexperience in tag matches, DK managed to bring out the dancing inside of the cold ninja, and won it for his team when he made the #1 Contender tap out.
Following this, DK participated in the Money in the Bank ladder match for a shot at the title whenever he pleased, but Dracula must have said something that he didn't like (perhaps something about Donkey Kong giving Dracula his first loss via Glitch Bomb), as DK spent the vast majority of the match beating the ever living hell of the Vampire, delivering several Banana Slammas to Dracula outside the ring.
After venting out his anger on Dracula, DK then took part in the Royal Rumble, entering at the coveted #40, but his hyped arrival was ultimately cut short by Solid Snake, the very man who beat him for the Championship way back in the Glitch Bomb era. Going bananas as a result, DK proceeded to destroy Goemon in an Extreme Rules match, finishing his prey off with a Banana Slamma on the exposed steel of the ramp, nearly breaking poor Goemon's back in the process.
Now becoming good friends, Scorpion called upon Donkey Kong again on January 27th, by having DK represent himself in a "Pokémon Battle" against his new challenger Red. Red chose his tag team partner Ness, who stood absolutely no chance against the ape. DK quickly disposed of Ness, giving his new best friend Scorpion crucial momentum for his next title defense.
Season 10: FURIOUS DONGEdit
Due to his impressive record throughout Season 9, Donkey Kong was given the chance to take on his new best friend if he could get through a #1 Contenders Match against Barret Wallace and Solid Snake; DK stood back to let Barret and Snake go at it against each other for a while before swinging in to strike, taking the victory, and the chance to become a 3-Time VGCW Champion.
In an interview, Kefka grilled Scorpion, telling him that he'd be going up against his best friend in the whole world, Donkey Kong. To the great ape's unfortunate horror, he had overheard everything: he learned that Scorpion never saw DK as an ally, never developed any genuine attachment to him, and worst of all, DIDN'T enjoy dancing along with him.
At the end of the March 17th show, he would assault Scorpion from behind with a fury saved only for friends jilted by betrayal. He would be sure to prepare a Banana Slamma for his 'best friend' come the 24th.
DK entered the ring brimming with simian rage, an anger that would prove to be his undoing. The level-headed champion was not intimidated and easily reversed many of DK's unfocused attacks. Though DK would show determination by continuing to fight even after a Hell Kick, he would not last much longer and Scorpion would bury the ape and secure yet another title defense.
After taking more than a month off to recover from his match against Scorpion, and the release of Diddy, Donkey Kong would return to action against Phoenix Wright in a losing effort.
A week later, apparently angry over his defeat against Wright, he decided to prove he was still a force to be reckoned with by Banana Slamming Toad's rising star back down to Earth. Weeks later, he joined Bowser and Zangief in their bid against the new school team of Toad, Zubaz, and Professor Layton at End Game X.
At End Game, the two teams faced off. Donkey Kong stayed on the apron for most of the match, content with letting the King of Awesome to teach the new school a lesson. DK eventually decided he should get in the ring so Bowser could pin Layton uninterrupted, and his team picked up the victory.
Season 11: Tropical FreezeEdit
Non-Royal Rumble RecordEdit
|2015-12-01||Segata Sanshiro||Ring of Fire||Loss||35-25-1||20-13-1 (59%)||Possessed by the GameShark; in WWE '13|
|2015-10-13||Knuckles the Echidna||Singles||Loss||35-24-1||20-12-1 (61%)|
|2015-09-01||Kanji Tatsumi||Singles||Loss||35-23-1||20-11-1 (63%)|
|2015-08-04||Dan Hibiki||Singles||Win||35-22-1||20-10-1 (65%)|
|2015-06-09||Professor Layton, Zubaz, Toad||Tag Team (w/ Bowser and Zangief)||Win||34-22-1||19-10-1|
|2015-05-12||Phoenix Wright||Singles||Loss||32-22-1||18-10-1 (62%)|
|2015-03-24||Scorpion||Singles||Loss||32-21-1||18-9-1 (64%)||For VGCW Championship|
|2015-03-10||Barret Wallace, Solid Snake||Triple Threat Elimination||Win||32-20-1||18-8-1||VGCW Championship #1 Contendership|
|2015-02-10||Nappa||Extreme Rules Falls Count Anywhere||Loss||31-20-1||18-8-1 (67%)|
|2015-01-27||Ness (w/ Red)||"Pokémon Battle" (w/ Scorpion)||Win||31-19-1||18-7-1 (69%)|
|2015-01-06||Goemon||Extreme Rules Falls Count Anywhere||Win||30-19-1||17-7-1 (68%)|
|2014-12-16||Ganondorf, Nappa, Guile, Vegeta, Dracula||Six-Man Money in the Bank Ladder Match||Loss||29-19-1||16-7-1 (67%)|
|2014-12-09||Duke Nukem & Chief Arino||Tag Team (w/ Scorpion)||Win||29-18-1||16-7-1|
|2014-11-18||Kefka Palazzo, Sabin Rene Figaro||Triple Threat Elimination||Win||28-18-1||16-7-1|
|2014-09-16||The Saiyans||Tag Team (w/ Diddy Kong)||Loss||27-18-1||16-7-1||For Co-Op Championship|
|2014-08-26||Safety Valve (Gabe Newell & Adam Jensen)||Tag Team (w/ Diddy Kong)||Win||27-17-1||16-7-1||Co-Op Championship #1 Contenders Match|
|2014-08-19||The Mystical Ninjas (Goemon & Ebisumaru)||Tag Team (w/ Diddy Kong)||Win||26-17-1||16-7-1|
|2014-08-12||Chief Arino||Extreme Rules Falls Count Anywhere||Win||25-17-1||16-7-1|
|2014-07-08||Tingle, Guile||Triple Threat Elimination||Loss||24-17-1||15-7-1||Eliminated last by Guile, Eliminated Tingle|
|2014-06-17||The Saiyans (Vegeta & Nappa)||Tag Team (w/ Diddy Kong)||Loss||24-15-1||15-6-1||For Co-Op Championship|
|2014-06-10||The Mystical Ninjas (Goemon & Ebisumaru)||Tag Team (w/ Diddy Kong)||Win||24-14-1||15-6-1||Co-Op Championship #1 Contenders Match|
|2014-05-27||The Dragons (Billy & Jimmy Lee)||Tag Team (w/ Diddy Kong)||Win||23-14-1||15-6-1|
|2014-05-06||Heavy Weapons Guy||Last Man Standing||Win||22-14-1||15-6-1|
|2014-04-29||The Mystical Ninjas (Goemon & Ebisumaru)||Tag Team (w/ Diddy Kong)||Win||21-14-1||14-6-1 (67%)|
|2014-04-22||The Saiyans (Vegeta & Nappa)||Tag Team (w/ Diddy Kong)||Loss||20-14-1||14-6-1||#1 Co-Op Contendership Tournament Quarter-Final|
|2014-03-11||Sonic & Knuckles||Tag Team (w/ DIddy Kong||Loss||20-13-1||14-6-1|
|2014-03-04||Zangief||2/3 Falls||Win||20-12-1||14-6-1||Won 2-1|
|2014-02-18||WarioWare Inc. (Wario & Waluigi)||Tag Team (w/ Diddy Kong)||Win||19-12-1||13-6-1||Debut of The DK Crew|
|2014-01-07||M. Bison, Goemon, Guile, Zangief, Barret Wallace||Six-Man Elimination Battle Royal||Loss||18-12-1||13-6-1||Casual Championship #1 Contender Match|
|2013-12-17||Sonic the Hedgehog||Extreme Rules Falls Count Anywhere||Loss||18-11-1||13-6-1|
|2013-11-19||Duke Nukem||Extreme Rules Falls Count Anywhere||Loss||18-10-1||13-5-1|
|2013-11-05||Air Man||Hell in a Cell||Win||18-9-1||13-4-1||Won by KO|
|2013-09-17||Gabe Newell||Extreme Rules Falls Count Aywgere||Loss||17-9-1||12-4-1||The ending was lost as the broadcast failed|
|2013-08-30||Flint||Last Man Standing||Win||17-8-1||12-3-1||Nine match 1v1 win streak (Seven w/o Glitch Bomb)|
|2013-07-26||Wario||2/3 Falls||Win||14-8-1||9-3-1||Won 2-1|
|2013-05-29||Mike Haggar, Flint, AVGN, Proto Man, Ryo Hazuki||Six-Man Elimination Battle Royal||Loss||12-8-1||7-3-1||VGCW Championship #1 Contender Match|
|2013-04-26||Wario, Dr. Wily, Chief Arino||Steel Cage||Loss||11-7-1||6-3-1||VGCW Championship #1 Contender Match|
|2013-02-28||Charles Barkley||Singles||Win||10-6-1||5-3-1||Won VGCW title, but was suspended after the match, leaving the title vacant.|
|2013-02-22||Proto Man, Ryo Hazuki, Mario, Gabe Newell, Zangief||Six Man Hell in a Cell||Win||9-6-1||4-3-1||VGCW Championship #1 Contender Match|
|2013-02-01||Zangief||Tables||Draw||7-6-1||3-3-1||Went too long|
|2013-01-28||AVGN, Barret Wallace, Vegeta, Adam Jensen, Wario||Six Man Hell in a Cell||Loss||7-6-0||3-3-0|
|2013-01-22||The Pyro, Mr. Satan, Duke Nukem, JonTron, M. Bison||Six Man Hell in a Cell||Loss||7-5-0||3-3-0||Casual Championship #1 Contender Match|
|2013-01-16||Mike Haggar, Sabin Rene Figaro, Zangief, Wreck-It Ralph, Barret Wallace||Six Man Battle Royal||Loss||7-4-0||3-3-0|
|2012-12-23||Solid Snake||Singles||Loss||6-3-0||2-3-0||Lost VGCW title|
|2012-12-19||Proto Man||Singles||Win||6-2-0||2-2-0||Won VGCW title|
|2012-12-14||Luigi, M. Bison, Liquid Snake||Fatal Four-Way Backstage Brawl||Win||5-2-0||1-2-0||Pre-Show|
|2012-12-12||Sonic the Hedgehog, Ash Ketchum||Triple Threat||Win||4-2-0||1-2-0||Pre-Show|
|2012-12-09||Dr. Eggman, Albert Wesker & Vegeta||Six-Man Tag Team Elimination (w/ Simon Belmont & Duke Nukem)||Win||3-2-0||1-2-0||Always bet on Duke|
|2012-11-25||AVGN & JonTron||Tag Team (w/ Guile)||Win||1-2-0||0-2-0|
|2012-11-20||JonTron||Singles||Loss||0-2-0||0-2-0||KotR Round 1; lost via Count-Out, officially injured by barricade spear|
|Pre-Archive||Gabe Newell||Singles||Loss||0-1-0||0-1-0||For VGCW Championship|
|VGCW Active Roster|
|Real People||Chief Arino|
|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|