Cam on Ingerland

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Has no relation to Ingurland whatsoever.

FREEDOMS, MOIT[edit | edit source]

Just your average freedom-loving hooligan from Ingerland.

TFR/Season 0[edit | edit source]

An immigrant from Ingerland in Coolsville.

Episode 6

Takes his son to meet his idol, but the security guard blocks his path. Being a proper Ingerlander, he doesn't give up the fight for his son's dream. Then, his and his son's idol, Eren Yeager tells the guard off for restricting his freedom, and he quickly retracts and leaves. As one of his followers, Ingerland wants an autograph, but his son speaks up and, as part of his Make-a-Wish, wants to wrestle him. Eren questions his decision, but Jr., as Eren always says, is free and his dream is to fight him. Eren sees the freedom inside him and grants his request, but he is free to kick his as as well. Ingerland cheers for Eren instead of his son as well...

Episode 7

While on the Yeagerist Parade, Ingerland tells that his son had a deadly illness: he was terminally ginger, and after a match with Eren, he became cured, and even got taller!

TFR/Season 7[edit | edit source]

Returns to his great nation after the Yeagerist movement dissolves into chaos.

Episode 7/TFR

When going to his Lacrosse team's game he encounters 2 strange lads in his way that ask about his RV and leaves.

Episode 8/TFR

Hears his RV's alarm and tries to defend it from one of those lads who tried to get in and steal his chippy.

TFR/Season 8[edit | edit source]

Got all settled up with those guys, noice lads.

When he returns to Coolsville, finds out their great leader is missing...

Episode 2

The Yeagerists gather and chant at their base, the Coolsville Stadium, as their leader arrives. The original leader and founder had gone missing sometime ago, and it's most notable member Rando quickly rose to the position. Accompanying him is as always Zeke Yeager, not only his second-in-command but mouthpiece at all times. Zeke's speech about staying together against TFR's evil menace goes on... since he doesn't have reach or appeal outside the group, his speeches are mostly destined towards firing up their supporters, while Maebara Keiichi works out Public Relations outside the group. At the end, through the fervent roaring of the stadium, Zeke asks everyone to move on with their routine as it's time for the scheduled meeting between leaders.

Episode 7

Yeagerists continue their valiant work by posing gathering around the TFR Arena and protesting. In response to Kyle Hyde calling them a cult, their guide Ruber asks the Coolsville citizens why they're here: "bad examples for the children!", "hiring criminals!", "you don't own a fookin footy club like Amakusa!". One of the protesters mentions that Norf FC's game is about to begin, and in the blink of an eye the crowd disperses... Ruber chants that enough was done for the day, and just enough people leave to make the entrance accessible.

Match History[edit | edit source]

Date Type Vs Result Records Singles Details
Walter White Lose
W0 L1 -1
0 1 P
「Tournament Qualifiers」
→Qualifiers Phase 2
Cam on Ingerland, Jonesy, Serge Lose
Iconic Match
Most Innovative Triple-Threat Award
Game: WWE 2K19