Rakesh Kumar Orton

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RKO[edit | edit source]

TFR/Season 6[edit | edit source]

An evil indian kid who challenges the kings' will to make his country a superpower.

Episode 9

Debuted against Saint HUNK as a strong villain, and, obviously, was defeated by valiant Messiah.

The Darkweb Rumble[edit | edit source]

A young man from India who dreamt of someday becoming a great wrestler. Joined an indie hotdog fed to make his dream come true.

Episode 1

Loses against an opponent hard as rock.

Episode 4

Squashed by Regigigas, but a complex old man takes notice of him.

Episode 6

Is able to resist Delta's "Mindhack" and somehow defeat him.

TFR/Season 7[edit | edit source]

Finally his dreams are coming true as he gets recruited into Bogdanoff Championship Wrestling.

Episode 1/BCW

After being acquired by BCW, gets paired up with some extra.

Episode 3/BCW

When he gets harassed by Satou Gashu on his way to the contenders match, Kaidou Shun shows up to defend him for some reason.

He manages to win and obtain the title somehow.

Episode 4/BCW

Mysteriously goes missing while the Sonozaki Family dismisses him for being an "outsider". However, Kaidou refuses to give up on him.

Episode 5/BCW

After Kaidou is Stun Gun'd by the Sonozaki Twins, Rakesh shows up and brutalizes Kaidou with a steel chair sending him to the hospital, as he reveals himself as the one who committed the backstage assaults.

Episode 8/BCW

Kaidou returns and Rakesh challenges him to a title match to end him for good and prove he doesn't deserve to be looked down upon, but it is himself who is defeated and has to run away.

Episode 9

Shows up to tell Kaidou he's sorry. Yeah... sorry.

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

Joins TFR to demonstrate how trustworthy he is now.

Episode 54

Pulls all the underhanded tricks he has, and defeats Stone with a playing-possum RKO to win the contendership.

Episode 55

Due to certain circumstances, the title he was aiming for was decommissioned, so instead he gets placed in the "Bad to the Bone Tournament" for the replacement title, skipping the qualifiers stage.

The Extinct Light[edit | edit source]

Seeing how TFR was wasting his potential, Rakesh decided to tear his contract and walk out the door to join Amakusa Elite Wrestling, where he can really show how much of an epic guy he is by clearly displaying his love for video games on his pajamas wrestling attire and showing his love for india.

He freakin loves Hollow Knight.

Episode 1

Kaidou and Rakesh have come to terms with each other now and have united to prove what they were lacking individually before joining AEW.

Episode 2[edit | edit source]

Talking about his favorite games, he loves the Hollow Sir, which he started to truly understand when his favorite YouTubers explained Zanzibug and he understood it was a masterpiece. Speaking of masterpieces there's also Sirsona 5 which he played on YouTube, the only good game of its genre, although 3 and 4 tried; Joker was just like him and the blonde blue-eyed bitch had a beatuifur bobs and vegana. But potentially better than all of them could be Sir Fighter 6 when it launches, featuring the new face of the franchise Luke (he was inspired by Popeye you know).

Before he can finish downloading all the launch DLC and start the match, Steve crashes into the cabinet and breaks it down after missing a high-flyting move. Before he can turn on creative mode and fix it, the fury of a thousand indians rages through Rakesh...

Episode 4

Joins Kaidou in fighting for the title.

Episode 5

Successfully pins threatening opponent ZOOM to win contendership for his title.

Episode 6[edit | edit source]

Proves he's the hero of india, gayming and in one fell swoop.

TFR/Off-Season 9[edit | edit source]

Episode 5

After witnessing Poo's spiritualism, Rakesh was moved by the connection to his roots and both fighters stopped their physical confrontation, entering a meditation-like state where they continued their match mentally. Not very engaging for a non-psychic audience.

TFR/Season 8[edit | edit source]

With the connections to his homelandmass restored and Silksong closer to releasing than ever, India's warrior is ready to take over the ring before 2030.

Episode 1

Defends his title from the pollacks.

Episode 3

Nero proposes to bond together with The Elite Enigmas with a videogame tournament. Battler accepts and Kaidou declares their battle "shall decide the fate of the world", so they follow Nero to his tour bus to play halo.

But... from the corner, Rakesh wonders... why didn't Kaidou invite him...?

Episode 4

After Battler's match, Rakesh attacks him.

Ever since he was little, life was never easy. He struggled in the Indian wrestling scene, which itself struggled as evil corporations took down their videos. But they prevailed because they had a dream to make it big, and that's why they came to Coolsville; The Rohit, Chris Vinay, Big Knife Manju, Big Himang, Great Shiva, all full of talent and part of hiss family. And yet, he's the only one left, the one tasked with carrying not only their dreams, but 1.4 billion dreams, so of course it isn't an easy task, but someone had to redeem it. He had to grow, he had to give it his all in BCW, he had to take a ruthless approach to take the spotlight, and did things he's not proud of to become a champion. And that's when he realized, it was all empty, after attacking the one person who believed in him—Kaidou—he still believed, he still forgave him, and Rakesh felt like things mattered again. They both made it into AEW and made up, the happy days felt like could continue forever... but then he distanced himself, got into a fancy stable, and forgot. Some people have called him "The Indian Cobra", well today the snake came out and bit his new buddy, because of one single thing, one single question he wants answered: "Are you my friend...?", hopefully he can prove it... Sir.

Episode 6

To make wrestling better, first one needs to change the world around them. That's what Nero believes, even after everyone's saddened by the way Battler suddenly left (and he didn't put Kaidou over on his way), but since he doesn't like using "the show must go on", Nero just straight says that they'll have a triple threat match where the winner will have the privilege of joining the stable under his mentorship!

Episode 7

Rakesh knows Kaidou asked Nero for Rakesh to be included in the Elite Enigmas' match... but that's not it, he's not getting it. He doesn't want to be part of his stable or his tag partner. What he wants is the connection, proof that it's still there. He's been waiting, waiting for him to join his Sir Fighter 6 lobbies, waiting for that proof... and he got tired of waiting. That RKO he gave him in his match was a wake up call, because next week at the Captain Soap Memorial Show, they'll meet in the ring, and if he can't prove his feelings there, fighting at his best and giving his all like he never did before, he can't prove them at all. Do the needful.

Episode 8

In a match to decide the existence of their connection, Kaidou and Rakesh stood equal until the very last minute, when Kaidou got the decisive pinfall.

Episode 9.1

Amakusa can't believe both how great it is to be here tonight at AEW and that they are are throwing him a birthday party, could never see it coming! Chaud, Burnside, Maxis, J.Witcher, all sing happy birthday to Juuza. He TRULY can't believe all his friends here at All Friends Wrestling are acknowledging it... Nero even brought cake with all his... favorite ingredients, which Juuza can't wait to sniff later. But first and foremost they're here to make friends and put on BANGERS (despite the hard-cam side), and more importantly fighting against the smear campaign! Kaidou gets right down to it, tweeting "This company is the reason I rose back up after what I thought would be the end of my career #ThankYouAEW", so Amakuza gives him 2000 bonus dollars. Maxis jumps in after hearing the number to tell all his friends "how this is a great work environment #ThankYouAEW", then ZOOM sends that the company is the only place "BIPOC and LGBQTITITJGJIAGJKSEJG+ folx can feel welcomed and safe in #ThankYouAEW", and of course Rakesh gets to post about his fellow indians with how "nowhere else could a good sir watch his favourite lets players while waiting for his next BANGER backstage #ThankYouAEW". Amakusa himself says there's "Lots of bonuses to hands out tonight haha thank you for #StandingUpForAEW", thanking the SOUL and HEART of the business for running out the toxicity. HUNK himself says "Mmmmmm... Contract bonuses? Badd ass. Just like AEW #ThankYouAEW.", then immediately asks Juuza for his money and calls him a mark, who replies he'll add it to his account later. Before starting the show, Amakusa says that of course he's not afraid to surpass Donte vs. Vorgin... because every match in the card will be better since they're so DAMN good, LET'S FUCKING GO!

Feats[edit | edit source]

  • Did the needful on Kaidou.
  • Worked the marks with his heel turn.

Match History[edit | edit source]

Date Type Vs Result Records Singles Details
W0 L1 -1
0 1 P
Backstage Brawl
Hagakure Yasuhiro, Rakesh Kumar Orton, Gilles de Rais Lose Rokkenjimania II
Phosphophyllite Lose
W0 L2 -2
0 2 P
Royal Rumble
  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
W0 L3 -3
0 2 P
Elimination #13
Real Yakuza, J.J. Racaza, Yanagishita Junichi, Rakesh Kumar Orton, Laius Thorden, Deid Mann, Kaidou Shun, The Grinch Lose
W0 L4 -4
0 3 P
For Title: Literal Who
Falls Count Anywhere Ooishi Kuraudo Lose
W0 L5 -5
0 4 P
W0 L3 -3
0 3 P
Regigigas Lose
W0 L6 -6
0 6 P
W0 L4 -4
0 4 P
Team Reigns (Susuhara Suzumu & Roman Reigns & Regigigas & Okonogi Tetsurou)

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

W0 L7 -7
0 7 P
Triple-Threat Ukyo Tatsuya, Leo Shishigami, Rakesh Kumar Orton Lose
W0 L8 -8
0 8 P
Delta Win
W1 L8 -7
1 8 P
W1 L4 -3
1 4 P
Tag-Team Bell & Russell Adler

Rakesh Kumar Orton & Extra

W1 L9 -8
1 8 P
Senator Armstrong Win
W2 L9 -7
2 8 P
W2 L4 -2
2 4 P
Extreme Rules
Jayden, Rakesh Kumar Orton, Champion Senator Armstrong Win
W3 L9 -6
3 8 P
For Title: BCW World
Extreme Rules Kaidou Shun Lose
W3 L10 -7
3 9 P
W2 L5 -3
2 5 P
Royal Rumble
Full List Lose Game: 2K18
NON-CANON Rakesh Kumar Orton Win Game: 2K18

Note: Rakesh finished HUNK with a top rope RKO.

Ushiromiya Battler, Agent 47, Triple H '98

HUNK, Rakesh Kumar Orton, Undercarder '00

Win Game: 2K18

Note: Battler did a cool never before seen ladder sprint drop on HUNK.

Steel Cage
Elimination Chamber
  1. Leo Shishigami
  2. Zagreus
  3. Furude Rika
  4. Chris Redfield
  5. Rakesh Kumar Orton
  6. Sigma Klim
NC Note: Experimental Match Type
6?-Man Royal Rumble
Full List NC Note: Crashed
17?-Man Royal Rumble
Royal Rumble
Full List Lose Popularity Poll Rumble』
Place: 12th〈33 votes〉
NON-CANON Christian Cage Win 『AEW vs. TFR Tournament』
Eren Yeager Lose
Hell in a Cell
Hagakure Yasuhiro, Rakesh Kumar Orton, Gilles de Rais Win Rokkenjimania III』– Rokkenjima Restoration Arc
Rakesh Kumar Orton, Kaidou Shun, Gregory Edgeworth Lose Game: WWE 2K19
Triple-Threat Komaeda Nagito, Sam Stone, Rakesh Kumar Orton Win
W4 L10 -6
4 9 P
Iconic Match
Million Dollar Intermission
Game: WWE 2K23

For Title: Million Dollar #2 Contender

Royal Rumble
Full List
W4 L11 -7
4 9 P
For Title: TFR #1 Contender
Yuki Makoto Lose
W4 L12 -8
4 10 P
W2 L6 -4
2 6 P
「Bad to the Bone Tournament」
Tornado-Tag The U.S.S.

Kaidou Shun & Rakesh Kumar Orton

W4 L13 -9
4 11 P
For Title: AEW Tag-Team
Steve Win
W5 L13 -8
5 11 P
W3 L6 -3
3 6 P
Support: Kaidou Shun
Ash Ketchum Lose
W5 L14 -9
5 12 P
W3 L7 -4
3 7 P
『AEW Dark』
Title Eliminator
Champion ZOOM, Rakesh Kumar Orton, Kaidou Shun Lose
W5 L15 -10
5 12 P
For Title: AEW #1 Contender
Title Eliminator Champion ZOOM Win
W6 L15 -9
6 12 P
W4 L7 -3
4 7 P
For Title: AEW #1 Contender

Support: Kaidou Shun

W7 L15 -8
7 12 P
W5 L7 -2
5 7 P
For Title: AEW

Support: Kaidou Shun

Rashid Lose
W7 L16 -9
7 13 P
W5 L8 -3
5 8 P
Topik Theory Lose
W7 L17 -10
7 13 P
W5 L9 -4
5 8 P
For Title: AEW

Note: Count-out

Supporting "Alucard"
Rokkenjimania V』– WrestleDream Arc
Stage: AEW
Hollow Knight Win Rokkenjimania V』– Downfall Arc
Barbed Wire Tables
2/3 Falls
Poo NC
W7 L17 -9
7 13 P
W5 L9 -3
5 8 P
Iconic Match
Real Asian Excited to See Buddhist for First Time
『Christmas Miracle Special』
Note: Both wrestlers entered a meditation-like state and ceased physical fighting.
Ladder John Witcher Win
W8 L17 -8
7 13 P
W6 L9 -2
6 8 P
For Title:
Triple-Threat Tim, Rakesh Kumar Orton, Perc Jones Lose
W8 L18 -9
7 14 P
For: Joining The Elite Enigmas
Ironman '20 Kaidou Shun (1-0) Lose
W8 L19 -10
7 15 P
W6 L10 -3
6 9 P
Iconic Match Championship: Frailness of Friendship and Darkness
For Title:

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • Send bob and vagene to india or we f*ck your famili.