November 27th, 2012
Archive: Part 1 and Part 2 - Watch with Chat Part 1, Part 2, Part 3
November 25th, 2012 November 28th, 2012

[Pre-Show] "Scorpion Kong" Match[edit | edit source]

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Since this was an exhibition match, nothing in the standings was changed.


[Pre-Show] "Brothers" Tag Team Match[edit | edit source]

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Since this was an exhibition match, nothing in the standings was changed.


[Pre-Show] "World War II 2" Last Man Standing Match[edit | edit source]

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Since this was an exhibition match, nothing in the standings was changed. We can't say the same for the rest of the world.


“Hylian Pride” Rematch[edit | edit source]

This is a continued feud from last broadcast.

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Waluigi doesn't take this shit, and re-challenges Link next broadcast.


"East Versus West" Iron Man Match[edit | edit source]

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Upon his victory, AVGN gave out a sportsmanship handshake toward Arino. This ultimatly resulted in the alliance and Co-Op Tag Team: GameCenter FU.

Six-Man Tag Team Elimination Match[edit | edit source]

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During the match, Proto Man was nearly disqualified for glitching on the announcers table. He somehow got back in the match, but his team ultimately lost.


Co-Op Championship Match[edit | edit source]

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Team Fortress defends their title as Co-Op Champions. They will attempt to defend their title once again in a later broadcast.


Failed Money In The Bank Ladder Match[edit | edit source]

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In a match that was only 10 seconds longer than the 40 Second AVGN VS. Wreck-It Ralph Tournament Match, Zangief's victory was declared a No Contest by Baz McMahon. Thus, this match was re-held later in the broadcast.

“Come On and Slam” Steel Cage Match[edit | edit source]

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Since this was an exhibition match, nothing in the standings was changed.


VGCW Championship Match[edit | edit source]

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Ganondorf defends his title as VGCW Championship. In an effort to assert his dominance, he planned to finish Ezio off with a steel chair. But newcomer Adam Jensen swooped in at the last second to protect Ezio. Ganondorf will attempt to defend his title once again in a later broadcast.

Money In The Bank Ladder Match[edit | edit source]

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Little Mac was awarded the Money in the Bank Briefcase for a guaranteed match of his choosing whenever he wants. Zangief, upset at the turn of events, plans to confront Baz McMahon next broadcast. Thus began the long running "Little McMahon" plot arc.


Archive: Part 1 and Part 2
November 25th, 2012 November 28th, 2012
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