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    A character from Ace Attorney.

    I HAVE A THEORY![edit | edit source]

    Miles Edgeworth's father. He suffered an elevator accident but got better. May have caused him to get a split personality.

    TFR/Season 0[edit | edit source]

    After being banned from courtrooms due to his controversial theories, he got into wrestling as a way to use force to prove them true, and with the combined might of both his experience on violent cases and intellect, he is a force to be reckoned with. Miles thinks this is stupid and cringes at the sight of his dad showing up on TV beating people at his age.

    Episode 3

    Eliminates Rean then gets his head put through a table.

    Episode 5

    Gets his head hit several times on the cell.

    Episode 6

    Greg goes to a routine medical checkup at the infirmary, and gets Doctor Piccolo to confirm his good health, save for some weird shapes in his head's MRI scans, but surely those will heal themselves. Either way, Piccolo prescribes him the newly introduced green and purple pills to take 2 a day without any side effects (that he should worry about). Greg takes that as the pills allowing him to bump twice as harder from now on; it's not really what he meant and Piccolo tries to stop him, but it's too late.

    Episode 8[edit | edit source]

     

    Meeting with Doc again after his last match after continuing to take the daily doses, Greg is not only as good as new but all the pain is gone and he can bump harder too! Doc seems reluctant to keep prescribing him, but continues along by saying that it is the culmination of years of study and serve it's purpose as best as possible.

    Greg gets a call from his son, Miles, outraged at his last match and him forcing himself so much at his age and even doing FOUR HEADBUTTS A DAY, but Greg is too happy that he makes the crowd roar every time he dives to care. At this point, Miles even threatens to put him in a retirement home if he does not leave TFR willingly, but he doesn't listen and ends the call.

    Since he hasn't been in any pain since last match, he even paid some guy to crack his robot's metal! Greg had it tough in the match against an opponent made of metal where not even his headbutts were effective, but thanks to the dose, Greg was able to superplex the robot to the outside without feeling anything, giving him the edge he needed to win.

     

    However, Greg felt this wasn't enough, he wanted to feel a modicum of pain to test the full power of the dose, and allowed himself to be booked for what most wrestlers would consider a career death sentence: 2/3 falls against Mr. Death himself. Needless to say, the match was going poorly, HUNK was cleaning the floor with him and he had already been pinned once and received 2 finishers while barely kicking out of the last one. But this all changed when HUNK delivered a lethal injection of a pure strike directly into Edgeworth's nogger: the sheer force was enough to floor him and likely leave him concussed. After being out like a light in the mat for a good few seconds, it was like night and day. Right away Greg takes HUNK out and makes him bleed with a fucking headbutt, just after being KO'd from a head strike. Since then Greg started dominating HUNK, who was losing his patience and going all out, but Greg kept denying his offence when he had fallen to just a single finisher at the start of the match. In no time, Greg racked up 2 pins in the mere span of 2 minutes to end the match, but something had changed about Greg after that match... something was born that day...

    Episode 9

    Resting in the medical office while the doctor is busy, his son and friends arrive and he tries to get his father to come with him, but he resists saying that he's felt no pain, even though Miles points out he was KO'd by HUNK and forced himself to keep going. Even though he knows his father doesn't lie, he's still far too old and wants him out, but Greg's raised voice in protest draws Vitalik's attention; after having his sleep disturbed, he came to greet Wright and poke fun at how "skinny" he looks now, and agrees that Greg knows better than Miles in both wrestling experience and backstage issues to have decision over him, and his contract isn't expiring anytime soon either. However, when "the demon prosecutor" sharpens his glasses and asks if he needs to take it to court, Vitalik is silent before backing down, and Miles takes his father away.

    Episode 10

    After being left at a retirement home, Greg just can't take it anymore and escapes...

    Unrelated, a mysterious man named gregor silently joins NXT's King of /v/ Tournament as /vm/. With nothing to say, there's only the fearful reminder on his opponent's head that gregor has joined the game.

    Episode 11[edit | edit source]

    After escaping retirement, Greg returns to the crime scene, TFR's infirmary, and investigates it in greater detail before leaving to formulate the conclusion. On his way he meets with Phoenix Wright and Saihara Shuichi again, and formulates his theory.

     

    The Great Theory: "After going inside, I immediately started looking at the bloodstains. However, Doctor Piccolo is a namekian, correct? Research indicates that namekian people don't bleed red, but instead, purple! ...The first thing that came to mind was, of course, a body double!" (Wright discreetly asks Saihara to call Miles' number) "But... After thinking it through, I finally understood! It couldn't have been a body double. Not because it was impossible, you see. But because something else made a lot more sense! In the corner of the room, there was a bottle of pills... Some kind of medicine that has been growing in popularity recently. However, side effects of that medicine in namekians have not been studied! Therefore, I deduce that the blood found in the crime scene is nothing more than a side effect from the medicine! An armed suspect wasn't seen at the hospital room at the moment of the supposed gunshot. What this must mean is that the gunshot... Didn't happen at all! Brilliant, isn't it? As a man with ultimate knowledge of the human body, the doctor faked being shot! That... Is my theory!"

    Miles arrives and traps Greg in his "chess dimension", thanking Wright for the call since his father doesn't seem well at all and takes him back to the retirement home.

    Episode 12

    (Spins behind Kotomine Kirei as he talks to The Old Council in the retirement home)

    Episode 13

    Hearing talk about Haze's proof of his rigged match inside Therapist's office, Miles Edgeworth excuses himself in (and his father, who is the actual patient and shouts that all viewers of Haze's match had their memory erased) to comment on the fact that the match result was intentional due to the ongoing match rigging scandal, and more importantly, that he wants to ask Haze for his photo evidence to use in court. Haze really doesn't want to lose his only proof when people call him crazy, but eventually he relents (since he has his trusty pen to use anyway) and hands in the photo, as Edgeworth will make sure he will turn Haze's into the match fixers' regret.

    Episode 14[edit | edit source]

    Greg accompanies his son to court (after much insistence his theories can help) to act as assistant.

    Court is now in session, presided by The MMMighty Judge, using the badass fast-paced initial trial system because he has a meeting with his biker friends. Vitalik asks from the Witness Stand to wait while his defense makes its way late, making Wright wonder if he has something up his sleeve... and indeed, he shocks everyone as he has hired the legendary undefeated defense attorney: Lawyer 47, who apologized for the lateness as some RED-HAIRED FAGGOT got his suit dirty.

    The prosecution makes their opening statement: Vitalik has mismanaged the company from health issues to match fixing, and presents evidence proving the connection between TFR staff and the late Chuck's Suck & Fuck; 47 quickly discards it on the basis that "it cannot be read because reading is for homos", a formidable move that the Judge allows while looking uninterested and all of Sminem's team acknowledges as a difficult challenge. Next, the defense makes a statement of their own, "all of the prosecution's evidence is fake and gay, fabricated even, and no real evidence will be heard against his client as Vitalik and TFR have done literally nothing wrong, and Chuck's is a gay den of lies."

    Edgeworth presents a decisive piece of evidence—a photo proving a match which had a different outcome than officially acknowledged after the lights of the arena suddenly turn off (that's ground for gimmmmmick infringemmmmmmment). But unluckily 47's glasses are too fucking blurry to see anything and he rips the image in half. Also, 47 would like to add one thing: no hat-wearing attorneys have been left mentally retarded due to TFR as they employ the amazing Dr. Piccolo, or at least that would be if he wasn't such a fucking traitor like the rest of the people in this room.

    Exhibit GAYYYY: Kyle Hyde. All those mysteries solved and yet no one can find out why you suck so much.

    Tell me, does the paper clip represent your penis size, or is it a metaphor for how you can barely keep anything together.

    Saihara? Amima? Who? So many Danganronpa shitters here I can't even keep track of them all.

    Who's running the billing here, a monkey, or a teenage girl?

    And Janny? Janny!? JANNY!?

    And the prosecution? The prosecution? Heh. Who gives a shit about the prosecution, we all know they're gonna lose anyway.

    They're both foolish fools who are too foolish to know that they have been fooled. They are the poison that is rotting TFR from within.

    Sminem's team hangs on to the last string of hope after such demolishing defense...

    At last, the prosecution presents its most finishing piece of evidence, years upon years of company records that help detail Vitalik's scheme with other parties such as the mafia and even the president, gathered by a staff member risking his own well-being—Amami Rantaro. It picks the judge's interest but hears the defense's rebuttal first: Zzzzsnore. The decision is clear and the evidence doesn't change anything, disappointing Piccolo, Janny, and Amami, as they've met with a move worthy of an Ultimate Lawyer.

    With time at its limit, Edgeworth desperately looks for the missing piece to the puzzle that is such an impenetrable defense. his assistant Therapist affirms he must be on the right track, the defense's posture can only mean one thing, and that's that it's bluffing. If he can pinpoint his confidence's source, he can defeat it, and that's when Edgeworth notices it by using his father's glasses, his achilles' heel: his perfect bald. By distracting the judge by way of retreading on his father's lengthy medical records, he also annoys the defense into going into a rant, and uses the opportunity to steal Payne's wig and throw it onto 47's head; instantly, his focus, confidence and charisma are crushed before he can stop talking.

    Because, like the legend he is, the Judge... Judge NEVER DREW A DIME!

    A pure strike is delivered, and the judge finally sees through the defense's lies, sentencing the attorney to wrestler's court after the trial is over. In light of these events, the verdict is set, and the court declares TheFinalRumble... GUILTY. But Vitalik's conviction would come with a price, as TFR is closed down... for a while at least, until the place is confirmed free of corruption (and delivers 100000 bottles of jack to court). Additionally, the TFR title will be permanently retired, as well as all other titles vacated, but it was all a calculated part of the risk; as Sminem puts it, roster members will leave for indies or maybe nowhere and budget will go down, but wrestling will survive, and they'll be back sooner than they know it... with the trial over, all that's left is looking ahead.

    To celebrate, Sminem acknowledges Wright's intense passion and his heart is always with the sport, and that's why he's next in line to become the GM and have the trust of rebuilding TFR put into him, as well as trusting all of them to help make TFR better in their own way; Saihara is happy about Wright, for Kyle its just a job, and Edgeworth is too busy taking care of his father (who disappeared somewhere again, and forgot his glasses) to wrestle..

    Meanwhile, having learned of Hazz Maticus' true intentions, Leon Kennedy and Fred Jones inform Kiryu's friends and along The Cagist, Date Kaname and Suou Katsuya arrive to the top of Coolsville Hills in an helicopter, just after Hazz is done explaining how he hid his past in his son, artificially aged himself, and faked his own death. Before Hazz can end Kiryu, Leon and Fred drop down and confront him, as Kiryu is taken away in the helicopter. Hazz's presidential guard of 4 S.W.A.T. Members challenges them, but, they are mowed down by the paranormal patrol, and at last Hazz fights them directly with the S.W.A.T. Captain. Despite all this power, his plan, his gun, and his complex old age, Hazz couldn't stop Leon and Fred from ending his reign and saving China, not only because they had apple juice and a dilapidated van, but comrades by their side; Kiryu Kazuma... Suou Katsuya... Date Kaname... Shoji Shingo... Majima Goro and his brother... Warden Osborne... Officer Joe... Osama bin Laden... Kasai Tatsuyoshi... Van Darkholme... The Cagist... Hanyuu... Extra... Vergil... Dante... HUNK... Zagreus... Ryback, Chris Masters, Sheamus... Narihisago Akihito... Zoomer... Tomitake Jirou... Hassan and Kojima... Chuck... and Gregory Edgeworth... all irreplaceable people whose bonds have carried them to defeat him.

    Episode Extra

    Escapes to japan to avoid his son taking him to retirement homes, and gets offered to help train some up-and-comer in diving and headbutts.

    With the war against Amon Elite Wrestling nearing its end, a rumble is held to determine who will challenge the Amon's secret weapon.

    The Dark Web Rumble[edit | edit source]

    Despite his son's best interests, he joins the indie wrestling scene where the bumps are even more real.

    TFR/Season 7[edit | edit source]

    Miles has already given up, especially now that he claims there are "two gregs", and just tries to convince any time he calls him to just drop it, but Greg is determined to prove the worth of his aged body and the Edgeworth family.

    Episode 1 [edit | edit source]

     

    Susuhara Suzumu pure strikes him so hard he's left paralyzed.

    Episode 2 

    However, Inner Greg takes over for him and wins the rematch for him, taking control while o-greg recovers.

    Episode 8 

    Solved the murder case and got a MITB case.

    Episode 9[edit | edit source]

     

    Cashes in right after Agent 47 did and to win the title, and utterly defeats him before he gets to even 3 minutes of holding the belt.

    This may have been counter-beneficial in the and, as he was left tired before participating in the 4v4.

    TFR/Off-Season 8[edit | edit source]

    Episode 6

    Greg accidentally walks into the wrong arena and gets a fistful from the Big Dog.

    Episode 18

    Greg and Koga become Undisputed Tag-Team Championship contenders.

    Episode 27

    Greg had a theory about Date's location.

    TFR/Off-Season 9: Rokkenjimania V[edit | edit source]

     
    Non-Canon
    Miles Edgeworth hires Gregory to investigate, but the investigation is going nowhere... because he already has all the evidence to conclude this case right now: the culprit of TFR's recent troubles... is none other than Tre! Such a harmless man that nobody would suspect he supports The Circus, and so long as he works here, TFR won't stop being targeted. So now either Miles accepts his findings, or Gregory will take him tap out! As Edgeworth wonders if his endless babble has any point, Gregory wonders if he'd prefer to tap out in the ladies' room stall instead...

    Somewhere else... Saihara Shuichi praises Gregory's ramblings for figuring it out, while Aiba tells him he actually has no clue on what's really going on.

    TFR/Season 8[edit | edit source]

     

    With Miles only getting more vigilant about his wrestling escapades, Greg will have to adopt a new, groovier disguise...

    Episode 1

    The preliminary step of "Tough Enough" is the interview, in person with the project manager and Head of Talent Relations, Kyle Hyde.

    Why is he here? he can't hold back inside the ring, he's learned all the hottest new, suplex, bear hug, scoop slam... Kyle wants to say something, but Gregson cuts him off about how he likes to distance from fellow youngsters and turn it up a notch―he has plenty left in the tank, he can take it! He's never been injured once in his career in fact, everyone says he's a resilient one, except for Miles―he quickly tells Kyle to forget the name, he didn't mean anyone specific...

    Episode 3

    Producer Roger Retinz welcomes the audience to the first ever TFR Tough Enough challenge, in this revolutionary show, the audience will be heard: the 9 competitors will be guided by trainers Jingu Yugo & Phi and face each other in all kinds of tests, and in the end, all the abilities that make a great wrestler will be tested, and THE AUDIENCE will decide who is TOUGH ENOUGH! The winner gets a guaranteed contract with a title match to go alongside it! Project Manager Kyle Hyde steps in with a short foreword. This is a unique opportunity, whoever wins skips straight to the big league, skipping the dues and tribulations everyone else did, but it's not gonna be a fun time still. This business gives and takes, it brought Kyle good times, friends and purpose, and then it took it away, and brought sadness, betrayal, and pain. But if they are willing to endure all of it... then they can be called "Tough Enough". To expand further, Kyle asks Chai for his favorite match, but "Junpei vs. Kong Wenge"... he doesn't even remember who that is, and loses his train of thought. Also, just for further notice, one of Chai's nuts is hanging from his pant, he's got to fix that big hole.

    Seeing as how Koga is really energetic, Kyle tells him to go with the first bump, but he bumps into Kyle. Ricky goes second with a slow, sloppy bump which Phi calls out and tells him to be more intense... just like they said on the set. Right next Boogie with a theatrically slow descent, which Jingu tells to cut out and Phi just wants to see a flat back. Reize does 4 fast bumps, which Jingu tells him to slow down and Kyle says if he "sells" like that he'd tag him for real. Samurai Flamenco jumps into the air and falls, but Jingu says overselling just makes him look like a jobber. Chai jumps into a rope and falls, but he's called out by both Phi and Kyle for using a springboard and "trying to impress". Gregson... lifts himself in the air and piledrives himself, more than wondering how that's possible, Kyle just wants a normal bump delivered. At last, Mechazawa delivers a good, flawless snap, impressing everyone. As the last one, Tatsuya tries to impress, but Jingu and Phi just think he could use some improvement.

    With that, the first challenge is over and it's time for the audience to vote: Mechazawa accrues 3 points, Samurai Flamenco gets 2, and Tatsuya gets the last one.

    Episode 4

    Last time they tested how comfortable they were in the ring, now it's time for the other major aspect: mic work. Retinz welcomes the audience again to the second challenge of Tough Enough.

    Gregson will use "Timeless" on Mechazawa:

    I have a theory, Mechazawa!

    When it comes to the Timeless...

    So, yeah... About that... Uhmmm...

    ...What? I forgot my lines.

    Theories schmieries!

    Next up is Sudou! Let's go!

    No words.

    Mechazawa scores 3 points, racking up 6 total. Tatsuya gets 2, bringing his total to 3. And the last one goes to Samurai Flamenco, who is also at 3.

    Episode 5[edit | edit source]

    Abraham Washington (Gregson)'s Entrance

    The last two weeks explored two dimensions of what constitutes a wrestler: The in-ring ability and the promo skills, but there's more aspects than that, and this week they'll delve a bit deeper into them. Retinz welcomes the audience once again to a highly-anticipated edition of Tough Enough!

    For this challenge, each contestant will be presented with an entire new character, after all a major character turn can happen as easily as from one day to another. Once they've defined their new role, they'll bring the character to life with an entrance. So right from the left field, it's time to assign the names the assistant writers have come up with:

    Gregson will bear a classic name in "Abraham Washington", luckily they're his favorite "recent" US presidents so he can already picture it!

    With assignment done, the contestants will head backstage, where a great number of attire choices and the best makeup crew on the planet will make the characters come alive in record time. After a short delay, the participants come one after the others to their entrances. John Guy definitely left a lasting impression on the judges, and Retinz prepares to set the poll, but things have been changed around: Top 5 will get points this time, and audience will get to vote twice! S. Harrasment comes first with 5 whole points. E. Stixx next also with his first 4 pts. El Flojo comes in 3rd for a total of 6 pts. CJ "Potential" Worthy is 4th and "is" at 5 pts. Last but not as late as his age, A. Washington gets the last point.

    Episode 6

    It's another earth-shattering edition of Tough Enough, but this time, Retinz announces that the audience will finally get what they've been waiting for: classic, one-on-one wrestling! The winner of each match shall be awarded with two points, along with the four rookies at the top of the poll also accruing points. Sadly, through no fault of his own, Narushima Koga won't be competing, so he'll be awarded a pity point and still be able to participate in the poll. As a final note, some of the best in the TFR locker room will be watching those matches backstage, because they'll each be picking one competitor to mentor for future challenges! Without further ado, the bell rings!

    Chai and Reize put on something, it can't be called a match and it can't be explained with words, but someone pinned another so it was something. Boogie and Ricky put on an actual match, which sadly hit the audience wrongly after the crazefest that came before. Samflam and Gregson also go a little crazy but more choreographed and with some nice spots. And finally, Tatsuya and Mechazawa go extreme but in a good way that impresses the audience.

    Mechazawa goes first along with the victory bonus, reaching an impressive 12 points. Tatsuya from the same match gets second and is up to 8 pts. Gregson is third and with the bonus goes to 5 pts. And last also from the same match is Samurai Flamenco, now with 7 pts. With the bonus, Chai gets to 6 pts. Boogie gets the victory bonus for his first 2 pts. And with his pity point, Koga is at 6 pts.

    Episode 7

    Another week, another time for the moment the audience has been watering their mouth for: Tough Enough! Last week they demonstrated their ring prowess, now mentors will choose their disciples!

    After so many years of training, Wayne is glad Son of Greg is finally worthy of his title, as many don't understand the rules of this game like he does, but look around and realize that upon a time neither of them would be good enough to stand amongst the "Knights of Coolsville"... Gregson thanks him for the 12 years they've spent together.

    Now, to test the chemistry, Retinz announces three tornado matches, winners will get 2 points, and the audience will yet again vote on the top 4.

    Boogie went above and beyond his master by singlehandedly winning the HiaC, and for that got both the victory and the first place in voting, totaling in 6 pts. The Samurai of Justice demonstrated their bushido and might, getting the victory and second place for a shocking 12 pts. Koga is third and ranks up to 8 pts. And Kyle's disciple Chai gets the last point, up to 7 pts. For grabbing the top of the ladder, Ricky also got his first 2 pts.

    Episode 9[edit | edit source]

    "The Lawyer's Groove" by Gregson

    With TFR being finally back, Tough Enough is as well, and Retinz welcomes the audience to this long-awaited edition! They've already explored vital aspects that constitute a star, but now they'll navigate into uncharted waters: The participants will collaborate with their mentors not in the ring, but in creating music! Music can be key in a wrestler's presentation, sometimes even getting over just due to it (like a certain Snorious example). They have some very talented staff, so their challenge is helping them come up with a new theme song―will they be able to keep it? That's up to creative, but for tonight all goes! Jingu isn't a music instructor, but even he is excited to see what they can make.

    Gregson already knows he'll get with the times and make the new hotness, Disco, and Wayne agrees to shuffle the universe's lexicon into a disco fever of cosmic serendipity.

    After debuting their songs, Tough Enough participants are made to contest in the rumble for MITB, with the stipulation that if they make it to the last 5 they'll win 2 additional points, and another 2 if they win the rumble itself. Only Samurai Flamenco lasts until the Top 4. Tatsuya's "From the world I've left behind" is ranked as the #1 hit, gaining 5 pts and jumping to the top of the rankings with 14pts. After boogie'ing it up, "Boogie Woogie FUCK U" gets Boogie 4 points, up to 12 total. The bussin' songs of Koga prove straight FIRE as he's third, going up to 11pts. Disco revives with "The Lawyer's Groove" and Gregson's score slightly as well making it up to 7pts. For his rumble performance, Samurai Flamenco ranks up to 14pts with 2 bonus points.

    And... although not a participant, 47 would get the last point if he was able to, making the tragic score of Reize remain at zero after not even being able to accrue one single point in the entire tournament.

    Feats[edit | edit source]

    Match History[edit | edit source]

    Date Type Vs Result Records Singles Details
    OS6E2
    Apollo Justice Win
    W1 L0 1
    1 0 P
    Royal Rumble
    30
    1. Sneed
    2. Kaidou Shun
    3. Delta
    4. Ushiromiya Battler
    5. Jayden
    6. Jevil
    7. Eren Yeager
    8. Gregory Edgeworth
    9. Gokuhara Gonta
    10. Jacopo Bearzatti
    11. Morgana
    12. Emperor
    13. Rakesh Kumar Orton
    14. Zeussu
    15. Extra
    16. Apollo Justice
    17. YandereDev
    18. Fatlus
    19. Our Black Friend
    20. Narihisago Akihito
    21. Deid Mann
    22. Store Manager
    23. Shinguji Korekiyo
    24. Hagakure Yasuhiro
    25. Mishina Eikichi
    26. Nanjo Kei
    27. Saihara Shuichi
    28. Manuel
    29. Ushiromiya Kinzo
    30. Bevi
    Lose
    W1 L1 0
    1 0 P
    Elimination #10
    OS6E3
    Tag-Team Ace & Sigma Klim

    Gregory Edgeworth & Apollo Justice

    Lose
    W1 L2 -1
    1 0 P
    OS6E5
    Tables
    Ironman 10'
    Emperor (0-2) Win
    W2 L2 0
    1 0 P
    W2 L0 2
    1 0 P
    Tag-Team
    Elimination
    Team Reigns (Susuhara Suzumu, Roman Reigns, Regigigas, Okonogi Tetsurou)

    Team Delta (Rakesh Kumar Orton, Ooishi Kuraudo, Gregory Edgeworth, Delta)

    Lose
    W2 L3 -1
    1 1 P
    OS6E7
    Tornado-Tag
    Elimination
    Reigen Arataka & YandereDev, Gregory Edgeworth & Bevi, Jacopo Bearzatti & Fusaishi Haruaki Lose
    W2 L4 -2
    1 2 P
    S7E1
    Triple-Threat Susuhara Suzumu, Cabanela, Gregory Edgeworth NC
    W2 L4 -2
    1 2 P
    S7E2
    Win
    W3 L4 -1
    2 2 P
    S7E3
    Mr. Justice Lose
    W3 L5 -2
    2 3 P
    W2 L1 1
    1 1 P
    S7E6
    Manuel Calavera Win
    W4 L5 -1
    3 3 P
    W3 L1 2
    2 1 P
    S7E8
    Date Kaname Win
    W5 L5 0
    4 3 P
    W4 L1 3
    3 1 P
    「Tournament Qualifiers」
    →Qualifiers Phase 2
    S7E9
    Cash-In Agent 47 Win
    W6 L5 1
    5 3 P
    W5 L1 4
    4 1 P
    Iconic Match
     The Great Triple Title Exchange

    「TFR vs. BCW: The Final Tournament」


    Note: Majima won, but then 47 cashed in for the /v/ Title and won.

    Note: And THEN Greg cashed in too and won the belt too.

    Tag-Team
    Elimination
    Roman Reigns & Arikado Genya & Ushiromiya Kinzo & Akasaka Mamoru
    Gale & Gregory Edgeworth & The Circus
    Lose
    W6 L6 0
    7 4 P
    「TFR vs. BCW: The Final Tournament」
    OS7E5
    NON-CANON
    Triple-Threat
    Majima Goro, Agent 47, Gregory Edgeworth Lose
    OS7E7
    NON-CANON
    Elimination Chamber
    1. Regigigas (#3)
    2. Gregory Edgeworth (#4)
    3. Vergil (#6)
    4. Okabe Rintarou (#5)
    5. Extra (#1)
    6. Susuhara Suzumu (#2)
    Win
    OS7E8
    NON-CANON
    Royal Rumble
    OS7E8§ROYAL RUMBLE
    Full List
    Lose Popularity Poll Rumble」
    Place: 3rd〈109 votes〉
    NON-CANON
    DMG Retention Tourney
    Eren Yeager Lose 「Battler Tournament」
    →Quarterfinals
    OS7E14
    NON-CANON
    Falls Count Anywhere
    Okabe Rintarou Win
    OS7E16
    Kaidou Shun(/v/ Champion) Win
    W6 L7 -1
    7 5 P
    W5 L2 3
    4 2 P
    For Title: /v/ World
    OS7E20
    Triple-Threat Chris Redfield, Gregory Edgeworth, Majima Goro Lose
    W6 L8 -2
    7 5 P
    For Title: Literal Jobber #1 Contender
    OS7E21
    NON-CANON Sinbad Lose For Title: Hardcore
    OS7E22
    Jacopo Bearzatti Win
    S0E3
    5-Way
    Tables
    Elimination
    Tazuna Joe, Jayden, Rean Schwarzer, Gregory Edgeworth, Regigigas Lose
    W6 L9 -3
    7 5 P
    S0E4
    Falls Count Anywhere
    8-Man
    Elimination
    God's Son, Enrico Marini, Gregory Edgeworth, Bevi, Brendan Fraser, Doctor Piccolo, Simon Blackquill, Heisenberg Lose
    W6 L10 -4
    10 6 P
    Royal Rumble
    S0E4§ROYAL RUMBLE
    Full List
    Lose
    W6 L11 -5
    10 6 P
    For Title: TFR #1 Contender
    S0E5
    Hell in a Cell Gregory Edgeworth, Hijiri Jyoji, Nero, The Janitor, Komaeda Nagito Lose
    W6 L12 -6
    10 6 P
    S0E5.1
    NON-CANON
    Royal Rumble
    S0E5.1§ROYAL RUMBLE
    Full List
    Win
    S0E6
    Ironman 10'
    Tables
    Tazuna Joe (1-0) Lose
    W6 L13 -7
    10 6 P
    W5 L3 2
    4 2 P
    S0E7
    Submission Heisenberg Win
    W7 L13 -6
    10 6 P
    W6 L3 3
    4 2 P
    S0E8
    Robo-Battler Win
    W8 L13 -5
    11 6 P
    W7 L3 4
    5 2 P
    Note: Obtained "Diving Headbutt" finisher.
    Extreme Rules
    2/3 Falls
    HUNK Win
    W9 L13 -4
    13 7 P
    W8 L3 5
    7 3 P
    Iconic Match
     Inner Greg Is Born
    Note: Greg got shoot KO'd by HUNK and concussed enough to make Benoit look like a small head bump. He was jobbing entire match up to that point, then got 2 pins and won.
    S0E10
    /vr/: Segata Sanshiro Win
    W10 L13 -3
    14 7 P
    W9 L3 6
    8 3 P
    NXT's King of /v/ Tournament
    →Quarterfinals

    Note: Randomly won

    /v/: Hassan Lose
    W10 L14 -4
    14 8 P
    W9 L4 5
    8 4 P
    NXT's King of /v/ Tournament
    →Semifinals

    Note: Really fucking intense ruse war.

    S0EX
    Ushiromiya Battler Lose
    W10 L15 -5
    14 9 P
    W9 L5 4
    8 5 P
    Stage: Rokkenjima Secret Arena
    S0EX
    Royal Rumble
    S0EX§ROYAL RUMBLE
    Full List
    Lose
    W10 L16 -6
    14 9 P
    For: Facing the Amon's secret weapon
    OS8E2
    NON-CANON Amogus Black Lose Rokkenjimania III』– Zoomer Arc
    OS8E3
    NON-CANON
    Royal Rumble
    OS8E3§ROYAL RUMBLE
    Full List
    Lose Popularity Poll Rumble」
    Place: 05th 〈105 votes〉
    OS8E6
    Champion Roman Reigns Lose
    W10 L17 -7
    14 10 P
    W9 L6 3
    8 6 P
    Stage: WWE Zone

    For Title: WWE Universal

    OS8E7
    Royal Rumble
    OS8E7§ROYAL RUMBLE
    Full List
    Lose
    W10 L18 -8
    14 10 P
    For Title: /v/ World #1 Contender
    OS8E9
    OS8E9§#THE FIRST RUMBLE
    Full List
    Lose
    W10 L19 -9
    14 10 P
    OS8E15
    NON-CANON Johnny Knoxville Lose 『April Fools』
    Game: WWE 2k22

    Note: The Miz distracted Greg, but then later also distracted Johnny? complex

    OS8E18
    Tornado-Tag
    Ironman 20'
    Tables
    The Real AmericansSenator Armstrong (0) & Third Carlos (2)

    Gregory Edgeworth (2) & Narushima Koga (2)

    Win
    W11 L19 -8
    16 10 P
    Iconic Match
     Real American Martial Arts
    For Title: Undisputed Tag-Team #1 Contender
    OS8E19
    NON-CANON
    Royal Rumble
    OS8E19§#FAST ROYAL RUMBLE
    Full List
    Lose Note: ×2 speed match
    OS8E21
    NON-CANON
    Hell-in-a-Cell
    Leon S. Kennedy Win 「2K22 GM Mode」
    Note: ★★★★½
    NON-CANON
    Extreme Rules
    George Jackman Lose 「2K22 GM Mode」
    Note: ★★½
    OS8E22
    Tag-Team
    Elimination
    Gregory Edgeworth (black) & Narushima Koga

    Killer2

    Lose
    W11 L20 -9
    16 11 P
    For Title: Undisputed Tag-Team
    OS8E23
    NON-CANON Chris Redfield Win 「2K22 Universe Mode」
    OS8E24
    Royal Rumble
    OS8E24§ROYAL RUMBLE
    Full List
    Lose
    W11 L21 -10
    16 11 P
    For Title: /v/ World #1 Contender
    OS8E25
    NON-CANON
    Royal Rumble
    Dumpster
    OS8E24§ROYAL RUMBLE
    Full List
    Lose Note: Crashed
    OS8E26
    Royal Rumble Full List Lose
    W11 L22 -11
    16 11 P
    For Title: /v/ World #1 Contender
    OS8E27
    Date (Gen Costume) Win
    W12 L22 -10
    17 11 P
    W10 L6 4
    9 6 P
    Iconic Match
     Theory About Date's Location
    Royal Rumble
    OS8E27§ROYAL RUMBLE
    Full List
    Lose
    W12 L23 -11
    17 11 P
    For Title: /v/ World #1 Contender (winner) & Literal Jobber #2 Contender (runner-up)
    OS8E28
    NON-CANON
    No-DQ
    Spazz Maticus Win Note: 43 fucking headbutts
    Royal Rumble
    OS8E28§ROYAL RUMBLE
    Full List
    Lose
    W12 L24 -12
    17 11 P
    For Title: World /v/ #1 Contender
    OS8E34
    NON-CANON
    Royal Rumble
    Lose 『Great Balls of Fire』
    Royal Rumble
    OS8E34§ROYAL RUMBLE
    Full List
    NC
    W12 L24 -11
    17 11 P
    『Great Balls of Fire』
    For Title: TFR #1 Contender

    Note: Crashed, non-eliminated participants continue in 10-man rumble.

    Lose
    W12 L25 -12
    17 11 P
    『Great Balls of Fire』
    For Title: TFR #1 Contender
    OS8E36
    NON-CANON
    Ladder
    Sinbad, Culprit-kun, Spazz Maticus, Angry Video Game Nerd, Gregory Edgeworth, Stork, Maebara Keiichi, Dante Lose Rokkenjimania IV』– Ladder Arc
    →Semifinals
    NON-CANON
    Extreme Rules
    Triple-Threat
    Weapon Restrict: Chairs
    Gregory Edgeworth, Laius Thorden, Haze Stratos Win Rokkenjimania IV』– Chair Arc
    →Quarterfinals
    Donte, Gregory Edgeworth, GSG-9 Lose Rokkenjimania IV』– Chair Arc
    →Semifinals
    OS8E37
    Royal Rumble
    OS8E37§ROYAL RUMBLE
    Full List
    Lose
    W12 L26 -13
    17 11 P
    For Title: TFR #2 Contender
    NON-CANON
    Extreme Rules
    Ryuki Kuruto Lose
    Iconic Match
     Extreme Fraying in 1080p60
    Headbutts: 24
    OS8E38
    Royal Rumble
    OS8E38§#WORLD CUP RUMBLE
    Full List
    Win
    W13 L26 -12
    17 11 P
    Note: Representing Denmark.
    Champion Spazz Maticus Win
    W14 L26 -11
    17 11 P
    W11 L6 5
    9 6 P
    Iconic Match
     The World Cup Championship
    For Title: /v/ World

    Note: Representing Denmark.

    Note: Submission

    OS8E40
    NON-CANON Professor Oak Win Stage: North Pole
    OS8E42
    Royal Rumble
    OS8E42§ROYAL RUMBLE
    Full List
    Lose
    W14 L27 -12
    17 11 P
     Iconic Match
    For Title: Literal Jobber #2 Contender
    OS8E43
    NON-CANON
    Triple-Threat
    Rakesh Kumar Orton, Kaidou Shun, Gregory Edgeworth Win Game: WWE 2K19
    OS8E44
    NON-CANON Leon S. Kennedy Win
    OS9E4
    NON-CANON
    Extreme Rules
    Extra Win Rokkenjimania V』– WrestleDream Arc
    S8E6
    Samurai Flamenco Win
    W14 L27 -12
    17 11 P
    W11 L6 5
    9 6 P
    「Tough Enough STAGE 4」
    📷Gallery
    S8E7
    Hell in a Cell
    Tornado-Tag
    Falls Count Anywhere
    Elimination
    Boogie Woogie Wu & Donte, Mechazawa Shinichi & Kido Reiji, Gregson & Wayne Lose
    W14 L28 -13
    17 12 P
    Note: Boogie Woogie Wu gets 2 Pts
    S8E9
    Royal Rumble
    S8E9§#TOUGH ENOUGH RUMBLE
    Full List
    Lose
    W14 L29 -14
    17 12 P
    For: MITB

    History - AA Rumble[edit | edit source]

    Date Type Vs Result Records Singles Details
    OS7E3
    Triple-Threat Gregory Edgeworth, Herlock Sholmes, Larry Butz Lose
    W0 L1 -1
    0 1 P
    Royal Rumble Full List Lose
    W0 L2 -2
    0 2 P
    OS7E5
    Tornado-Tag Blaise Debeste, Aristotle Means

    Edgeworth Law Offices

    Win
    W1 L2 -1
    0 2 P
    OS7E7
    Tag-Team Tyrell Badd & Dick Gumshoe

    Edgeworth Law Offices

    Win
    W2 L2 0
    ~0 2 P
    OS7E8
    Hell-in-a-Cell
    Tag-Team
    Polly & Yanni Yogi

    Edgeworth Law Offices

    ???
    Hell-in-a-Cell Manfred von Karma Win
    Sebastian Debeste Win
    Steel Cage Inner Greg Lose
    S0E9
    Tag-Team Edgeworth Law Offices

    Wright Anything Agency

    Win
    S0E9.1
    Edgeworth Law Offices

    Kristoph Gavin & Klavier Gavin

    Win
    Tag-Team
    Ladder
    Phoenix Wright, Athena Cykes, Naruhodou Ryuunosuke, Gregory Edgeworth

    Maya Fey, Apollo Justice, Miles Edgeworth, Dick Gumshoe

    Win
    Blood
    Handicap
    Elimination
    Payne Train Lose

    Trivia[edit | edit source]

    • Every Greg match is Extreme Rules, even when it's not.

    Gallery[edit | edit source]

    📷Gallery
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