What is VGCW?
How are you even here if you
don't know what VGCW is?
What are the belts?
Who has worn them?
Characters from all corners of
video games have entered the ring.
What types of hells have these
wrestlers been put through?
|VGCW||VGCW: Female Division|
|VGCW Champion||Casual Champion||Gurl Gamer Champion||Casualette Champion|
|Co-Op Champion Team||Gurl Co-Op Champion Team|
|VGCW VS. WWE|
8 - 7
|Capcom. He first appeared in Mega Man 3 as an enemy to Mega Man, where they faced off several times in the game. After Mega Man defeats Dr. 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 7: Even Now There Is Hope For ManThe night of the Elimination Chamber arrived. 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 Newell 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.
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Here are the list of recent broadcasts, with full individual match details and outcomes on their respective pages:
|Date||Expanded Date||# of|
|F401||2014-04-03||April 3rd, 2014||7|
|707||2014-04-01||April 1st, 2014||6|
|706||2014-03-25||March 25th, 2014||5|
|F309||2014-03-14||March 14th, 2014||12|
|705||2014-03-11||March 11th, 2014||7|
|704||2014-03-04||March 4th, 2014||7|
|703||2014-02-25||February 25th, 2014||8|
|702||2014-02-18||February 18th, 2014||9|
|F308||2014-02-13||February 13th, 2014||7|
|701||2014-02-11||February 11th, 2014||8|
|611||2014-02-04||February 4th, 2014||10|
|F307||2014-01-31||January 31st, 2014||7|
|610||2014-01-28||January 28th, 2014||6|
|SR01||2014-01-21||January 21st, 2014||15|
|F306||2014-01-17||January 17th, 2014||7|
|609||2014-01-14||January 14th, 2014||7|
|F305||2014-01-11||January 11th, 2014||7|
|608||2014-01-07||January 7th, 2014||7|
|F304||2013-12-27||December 27th, 2013||7|
|607||2013-12-24||December 24th, 2013||8|
|606||2013-12-17||December 17th, 2013||7|
|605||2013-12-10||December 10th, 2013||8|
|F303||2013-12-05||December 5th, 2013||7|
|604||2013-12-03||December 3rd, 2013||9|
|603||2013-11-26||November 26th, 2013||5|
|F302||2013-11-22||November 22nd, 2013||7|
|602||2013-11-19||November 19th, 2013||7|
|601||2013-11-12||November 12th, 2013||7|
|513||2013-11-05||November 5th, 2013||12|
|F301||2013-10-30||October 30th, 2013||7|
|Full broadcast list can be seen on the broadcasts page.|