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September 18, 2018, 02:55:30 am J-Dub says: yay 7th year
September 18, 2018, 02:53:17 am J-Dub says: Yup, so do I, to bad efedding as a whole is going away
September 12, 2018, 09:50:48 pm Brad says: Kinda miss this place.
August 12, 2018, 03:48:00 am Doug says: <3
May 11, 2018, 10:55:04 pm Dave says: I've put most of my old e-fed energy into tabletop RPGs.
May 08, 2018, 05:02:17 am KXNG says: Yeah really nothing out there for me other than this place
May 08, 2018, 12:17:10 am Brad says: i sometimes think bout trying to get this place up and running again, but I just don't think it would happen.
May 08, 2018, 12:17:10 am Brad says: i sometimes think bout trying to get this place up and running again, but I just don't think it would happen.
May 07, 2018, 11:24:36 pm J-Dub says: I honestly haven't found anything that gives anything close to the feeling this place has. Typically I felt that we pushed each other so hard, that other feds don't keep up, and thus people become snipy because you come in with solid RPs. So I personally retired from doing all that. Write for myself now and play PS4, I know Im awesome.
April 03, 2018, 09:13:57 pm Dave says: join a cult instead
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 1 
 on: September 18, 2018, 02:54:32 am 
Started by Brad - Last post by J-Dub
As we learned several times, we need more than a small handful of handlers

 2 
 on: September 15, 2018, 06:25:35 am 
Started by Brad - Last post by The Wretched Nobody
I’m more than willing to give this **** the defibrillators. 

 3 
 on: June 14, 2018, 05:11:03 am 
Started by Brad - Last post by Spider
This place chugged on for a long while. It was fun while it lasted. Through the good and bad. It's sad to see it die. Surprised it lasted as long as it did as it seemed to be on life support many times. I had my best e-fedding career here with some of the best roleplayers I ever faced. L, Jai Killa, Spencer Clark, all the "Golden years" guys, and a few from the following generation. Truly, rest in peace World Wrestling Generation

 4 
 on: April 02, 2018, 09:33:25 am 
Started by KXNG - Last post by J-Dub
boo! redraw.

I agree otherwise it’s road trip time

 5 
 on: March 30, 2018, 12:19:36 pm 
Started by KXNG - Last post by Brad
boo! redraw.

 6 
 on: March 30, 2018, 02:44:17 am 
Started by KXNG - Last post by KXNG
I would always put Dante over Jason because I never beat him.  The only character that I face as Jason multiple times and never beat. Salute!

 7 
 on: March 30, 2018, 02:43:09 am 
Started by KXNG - Last post by KXNG



#1  SCOTT CARR





BIO

Hometown:
Arnprior, by way of Ottawa, Ontario Canada

Height:
7 Ft 2

Weight:
420lbs

Finishing Move
Carr Bomb


ACCOMPLISHMENTS

5x WWG Champion - 352 Combined Days

1x WWG Legacy Champion - 84 Days

1x WWG Tag Team Champion - 313 Days

Triple Crown

“Standing at a gigantic seven feet two inches tall, weighing an astounding four hundred and twenty pounds, please welcome the number one wrestler in WWG history Scott Carr.  There are a lot of metric that come into play when trying to come up with the answer to who’s the greatest WWG superstar of all-time.  Scott Carr ranks at top if not number one on all of the metric list.  He has the championships, the Triple Crown, the accolades, the reigns and the win/loss record to back it up.  He is the guy who showed on his very first day and won the WWG Championship defeating Spider and Jason Richardson.  He was a wrecking machine holding that championship for eight-four days.  To list each championship reign here would be long list, so we will cut to the chase, Scott Carr won the WWG World Heavyweight Championship a record five, count them, five times.  He also held the WWG Championship for combined three hundred and fifty-two days, another WWG record.  Rather than go down the list of each championship lets look at the people he beat for and while champion: Spider, Jason Richardson, Jakob Hystaria, Dante Deranged, Desmond Rains, Thaddeus Rains, Alex Ander, L and that’s just the people who made the Top 25 countdown.  Carr is also a one time WWG Legacy Champion and held that championship for a record eight-four days.  He’s a one time tag team champion, winning the belts with Jakob Hystaria, and they held those belt for three hundred and thirteen days, which is another record.  Scott Carr is THE most decorated competitor to ever step in a WWG ring.  He was hated by most, but respected by all.  Ever competitor that step in the ring with Carr knew they had to be on there A+ game just to be competitive.  He wasn’t the flashy guy in the business.  He wasn’t the friendlies or the nicest.  He could be a fan favorite, or he to be an anti-hero.  He’s not the most respect or most revered character.  What Scott Carr is, is a winner.  He knew how to win.  He knew his opponents and he knew how to attack them.  That’s why in a business for beating the best to be the best, he beat them all.  Here we honor Scott Carr, THE GREATEST WWG WRESTLER OF ALL TIME! .

Greatest Match:

WWG: New Generation 2012
WWG Championship
Dante Deranged© vs. Scott Carr


http://wwg.smfforfree3.com/index.php/topic,13399.msg122113.html#msg122113




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 on: March 22, 2018, 11:15:24 pm 
Started by KXNG - Last post by J-Dub
yes yes and more yes, glad you weren't too shy to put yourself in the top 3, def one of my favorite characters of my time here!

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 on: March 22, 2018, 02:32:05 am 
Started by KXNG - Last post by KXNG



#2  DANTE DERANGED





BIO

Hometown:
Realm of Insanity

Height:
6 Ft

Weight:
213lbs

Finishing Move
Tormented Torture Driver (TTD)


ACCOMPLISHMENTS

3x WWG Champion - 301 Combined Days

1x WWG X Gen Champion - 22 Days

“Coming in at number two on our countdown, is none other than El Angel de la Muerte, the Angel of Death himself, Dante Deranged.  The World Wrestling Generation has had its share of characters that breach realm of sanity and speak in mythical language, none came close to master himself.  Dante might not have been first to use a form of psychological warfare or speak in a mystical fashion, but he certainly was the best and the most accomplished.  He never over stayed his welcome but when Dante decided it was time to make an impact he always did, and everyone who was around felt it.  Dante made his first big impact during the Mayhem/Throwdown Era.  On October 22nd, 2007, at WWG: Lethal Lockdown, Dante defeated Adam Starr in a Cage match to win his first ever WWG Championship.  Dante would hold that championship for sixty-two days defending it successfully on two separate occasions.  Dante would take a break from the World Wrestling Generation, but would return during the Legacy Era of WWG.  Dante would capture his second WWG Championship on February 24th, 2009 at WWG: Time to Shine where he defeated Jai Killa.  Dante’s second reign would last sixty-eight days, defending it again a successful two times.  It would take over two years, but Dante Derange would again capture the WWG Championship.  On September 7th, 2009, at WWG: Time to Shine defeated then champion, Jason Richardson and Amon Borgir in a triple threat match.  This would be Dante’s final run as WWG Champion and he would make it count.  This would be the longest reign as World Champion at any period in WWG history.  It’s also one of the greatest runs of any champion of any kind in WWG history.  Dante would hold the WWG Championship for a staggering one hundred and seventy-five days.  He would also defend the title successfully a record four times.  He defeated Spencer Clark twice.  He defeated Jason Richardson.  He then took on, then undefeated and WWG X Gen Champion, Slipshod in a Champion vs. Champion match and defeat him to become a double champion holding both championships.  The image of Dante Deranged holding up both championships is a snapshot for the WWG archives and fitting image for the number two competitor on our countdown.

Greatest Match:

WWG: Final Judgement 2011
WWG Championship
Dante Deranged© vs. Jason Richardson


http://wwg.smfforfree3.com/index.php/topic,13085.msg115734.html#msg115734




 10 
 on: March 20, 2018, 03:02:48 am 
Started by KXNG - Last post by KXNG



#3  JASON RICHARDSON





BIO

Hometown:
St. Louis, Missouri

Height:
6 Ft 3

Weight:
255lbs

Finishing Move
The Franchiser


ACCOMPLISHMENTS

3x WWG Champion - 334 Combined Days

1x WWG Tag Team Champion - 78 Days

“Stepping up to the plate at number three is none other than Jason Richardson.  You had to know a guy who called himself “The Franchise” would find his way onto a top WWG countdown at some point.  It might have been a self-proclamation at the time, but over time he didn’t just talk that moniker...he became to the Franchise of WWG.  Jason debuted in the World Wrestling Generation in November of 2009.  On December 23rd, 2009, Jason Richardson captured his first WWG Championship, defeating five other competitors in an Elimination Chamber Ladder Match at the WWG: No Remorse pay per view.  Jason’s first Championship Reign would go on for ninety-one days.  It was at this point Jason would set his sights on the Tag Team gold.  With Thaddeus Rains, as a part of the Natural Born Killers, Jason capture the tag team championships on Cinco de Mayo, at WWG Time to Shine, 2010.  The would hold those championships for seventy-eight days.  Jason wouldn’t reach the mountain top again for two years.  This time, No Remorse 2011 on May 25th, Jason Richardson was able to defeat incoming champion Scott Carr and Barney Green in a triple threat match.  Jason Richardson’s second run would go on for one hundred and six days ending on September 7th, of 2011.  Jason’s final WWG Championship run  would be his longest run as champion.  Jason won the WWG Championship at WWG: New Generation, 2013.  He would hold it all the way until September 10th, when he fired and stripped of the championship. That would be the last time we would see Jason as an active competitor in WWG.  He left on top as he would like it, and he stamps his spot at number 3 on the countdown.

Greatest Match:

WWG: Retribution 2011
Falls Count Anywhere
Jason Richardson vs. Scott Carr


http://wwg.smfforfree3.com/index.php/topic,12922.msg114679.html#msg114679




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