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The Suplah Hall of Fame

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Dragon Dragon

Championships and Accomplishments:

The Suplah Jobber Championship (1 time)
The Suplah Lifetime Achievement Award (2013)
Honorary Dragon Dragon Award (2013)
Wrestler of the Decade (2000-2010)
Wrestler of the Year (2009)

Inducted by: Liam Dunne

Born in a school gymnasium, raised in a wrestling ring, and living in the sky, Dragon Dragon has accumulated numerous accolades over the years, due to being Liam Dunne’s favourite wrestler of all time. Dragon Dragon continues his dominance in the Suplah City Arenadome, making history as the inaugural Jobber Champion, and as the first Jobber to beat a Host.

 

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Tony

Championships and Accomplishments:

Honorary Dragon Dragon Award (2012)

Inducted by: Liam Dunne

John Cena’s friend Tony entered the scene in 2008, and was lauded for his appearances in the WWE ring as an integral part of the John Cena vs MVP feud, which would go down in history as one of the greatest rivalries in WWE video game history. Coming out of retirement to appear for the Suplah Brawl Jobber division, Tony is well respected among his peers, especially Liam Dunne.

 

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Stevie Richards

Championships and Accomplishments:

WWF/E World Heavyweight Championship (12 times)
ECW Championship (1 time)
WWF/E Intercontinental Championship (4 times)
WWE United States Championship (3 times)
World Tag Team Championship (4 times) – with Chris Jericho (1), Kofi Kingston (1) and Edge (2)
WWE Tag Team Championship (3 times) – with Kurt Angle (1) and Edge (2)
Royal Rumble Winner (1990, 1991, 2004)
Mr. Money in the Bank (2008, 2009)
WWE Tag Team Championship tournament (2002) – with Kurt Angle
Triple Crown Champion (2 times) – Twelth and Nineteenth

Inducted by: Sam Brooks

A multiple time world champion, with a career firmly cemented in the WWE’s history books, Steven Richards is a man that has truly done it all, from headlining dozens of WrestleMania main events to winning the Royal Rumble 3 times over the course of 15 years. As the only man to boast the claim of being a two-time Triple Crown Champion, Richards keeps to his word when he delivers his most famous line; “I’ll show you! You’ll see!”.

 

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Barry Scott

Championships and Accomplishments:

Zero.

Inducted by: Andy Quann

If you watched TNA in 2006, you’ve heard this man. Nationality up for debate, voiceover skills undisputed, the “African Voiceover from TNA Programming” is definitely in our Hall of Fame.

 

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Vladimir Kozlov

Championships and Accomplishments:

WWE Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Santino Marella

Inducted by: Keelan Balderson

His name is actually “Opeg”, according to Andy Quann. Andy sang about him once.

 

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Scott Steiner

Championships and Accomplishments:

WCW World Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
WCW United States Heavyweight Championship (2 times)
WCW World Television Championship (2 times)
WWF Tag Team Championship (2 times) – with Rick Steiner
IWGP Tag Team Championship (2 times) – with Rick Steiner
TNA World Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Booker T
NWA/WCW United States Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Rick Steiner
NWA (Mid-Atlantic version)/WCW World Tag Team Championship (6 times) – with Rick Steiner
Pat O’Connor Memorial Tag Team Tournament (1990) – with Rick Steiner
Eighth Triple Crown Champion

Inducted by: Brendan Davis

Scott Steiner is the legend of the wrestling business that nobody wanted, but was gladly taken in regardless. Steiner spent his later years in WWE and TNA, blessing us with the greatest promos known to man. His freaks and geeks know him as the Big Bad Booty Daddy, but we at The Suplah know him as a legend.

 

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Barry

Championships and Accomplishments:

Zero.

Inducted by: Carmine Antonelli

If there’s ever a time when you question a decision made by the WWE, TNA, or any other wrestling promotion, it’s this guy’s fault. Barry has taken many forms over the years, starting out as a creation of Andy Quann, currently a competitor in Suplah Brawl as you see him today. He’s done fuck all.

 

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