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|Full Title:||Video Game Championship Wrestling|
|Nickname(s)||Video Game Character Wrestling,|
Virtuous Gentlemen Championship Wrestling
|Games Used:||WWE '13 & WWE 2K14|
| Date Range:|
2012-11-19* - Current
*The first archived show. There were Pre-Archives.
|Co-Op Champions||The Mavericks|
Air Man & Break Man
|Casual Champion||Dan Hibiki|
Video Game Championship Wrestling (VGCW for short; originally known as Video Game Character Wrestling) is a "CAW League" and live-streamed web broadcast on Twitch run by Bazza87 (CuraSB on YouTube). The "company" is based in South London.
VGCW started as a continuation of another stream. The original idea came from Antraxo, a streamer under the group Team Swift back in January 2012. After he stopped doing his stream, Bazza decided to fill in the gap in his own way.
VGCW is a "dream match" style show where the greatest characters from video games, comic books, anime, and even real life face each other in the wrestling ring. One of the most important parts of the show are the thrilling storylines. For more analysis check out VGCW's TV Tropes page.
Story and SettingEdit
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This part of the page is written in fiction and details some story elements from the shows.
Everything takes place in a fictional land where video game characters and wrestling collide. VGCW was run by Baz McMahon before becoming involved in activities that led towards his arrest.
Once Bazza was stripped of his power, a tournament was held to declare a new General Manager of the show. The final match was interrupted by control of the show being seized by Dracula and his men. Once a rag tag group of wrestlers teamed up and silenced the group, the final match from the tournament was held again, making Gabe Newell the new GM of VGCW. Then focus shifted to bringing back a fallen warrior with the Dragon Balls by his friend, but some wished to use this wish granting power for other means. Ultimately he was revived, but not before having to defeat a God. Some time later, Phoenix Wright, still haunted by the voice in his head, attempted to bring the Voice into his world, revealing him to be not one, but three alternate Phoenix Wright's from another Universe. However, when he learnt their true intentions (to kill the Solid Snake and Gray Fox in every universe), he refused to help them, arriving to help Snake and Gray Fox defeat his Doppelgangers, preventing the Dark Age of the Law. Around this time, a group of Masked Men began appearing and beating up Main Event Wrestlers to force changes to who is in the Main Event. When their leader revealed his true identity, it was revealed that he had no idea of what the Rangers were doing, implying that the true Mastermind behind the Rangers was not him, but 'Soldier Black'. Then The Practice began their Ultimate #MASTERPLAN: kidnapping wrestlers and turning them into their robotic slaves, all for the purpose of putting the General Manager under their control; this ended up backfiring very badly after one of their Robot Masters went mad with power and absorbed all the other robot's energy, transcending into a second form that could only be defeated by a very angry Gabe Newell...except now his eyes were white, and he clearly lifted. This was Nightmare Gabe, and a much more dangerous threat than anything ever imagined, and the entire VGCW Universe fled in fear. A few months later, everything calmed down enough (Nightmare Gabe was still running around somewhere) for everyone to return, but that same evening saw the return of Baz McMahon, free from jail, and a new Great Tournament was declared to replace Gabe as the new GM.
Talent & ChampionsEdit
- VGCW talent lists can be found here.
- VGCW Champions are listed here.
- Co-Op Champions are listed here.
- Casual Champions are listed here.
Seasons & EpisodesEdit
- Season 1: The Little McMahon Saga
- Season 2: Turnabout Turnbuckle
- Season 3: The Great Tournament
- Season 4: Wrestlevania
- Season 5: Dragon Brawl
- Season 6: The Phoenix Cross
- Season 7: The Ring Rangers
- Season 8: Metal Madness
- Season 9: The Great Tournament 2 Turbo
Episode lists are included on the master Broadcast page.