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"I have a plan, IT INCLUDES YOU!" ― Ruber, before getting someone nearby allied with him in his plan.

A character from the animated film Quest for Camelot.

The Red Knight with a Plan[edit | edit source]

"WITH PRIDE!"

Ruber was a charismatic and prideful warrior with many an accomplishment that was said to not even understand the concept of fear, and for the prowess and talent that King Arthur saw in him, he was allowed to join his Round Table. Rather than rely on his higher-than-average intelligence, Ruber prefers to employ the berserker techniques of tapping into madness and using overwhelming strength, despite being able to put his intelligence to formulating very soundproof schemes with ease.

Believing that the knights needed more power in a ruthless leader, he gave in to his kleptomaniac tendencies and tried to steal Excalibur for himself. After being rejected by Arthur, Ruber grew into a murderous rage, and killed Sir Leonel, one of Arthur's most loyal knights. Afterwards, Ruber was disgraced and exiled from Camelot.

TFR/Season 2[edit | edit source]

In his travels for power, he met a witch that gave him a potion said to allow him to reach his true potential, and upon drinking it, he was made immortal and waited for the moment his plans could come to fruition, ending on the present ring of TFR. Now he has come seeking to become strong enough to overthrow Camelot, defeat King Arthur, and obtain Excalibur's power for himself. If he can find out how to return, that is.

That's what he claims at least, but with Ruber you really never know, he might probably just be some lunatic after all.

Episode 1

Allying with Dutch Van Der Linde after he was betrayed by Arthur Morgan, what foul machinations will these planning and cunning men make together?

Episode 2

Ruber has guided Dutch to assist him in his plan to allow Todd Howard to succeed and take over the ring for his own plans, and instructs him on their next evil deed. Or maybe he doesn't even fucking work with Todd and just decided to fuck with other people for shits and giggles.

They come up with a path to The Plan: The bastards attack the /v/ Tag Team Champion, Aniki, from behind! Ricardo Milos luckily appears to save him before the situation could become more dire. Either way, Aniki decided that "the show must go on" after being saved by Ricardo, and beat the shit out of Men With A Plan and their backstabbing idea., defeating them even while injured.

Episode 3

Next, Ruber plans to take the Money in the Bank, and it include Dutch. Their opponent, none other than Dutch's previous partner, Arthur. Although unsure at first or even which side to go, Dutch decisively assists Ruber at ringside, which only fuels Arthur to defeat Ruber further.

Episode 7[edit | edit source]

Dutch & Ruber fulfilling The Plan, while 47 and Payne stand undecided.
After Dutch's generous offer to assist Mr. Pegasus defeat Todd (For a small fee) was rejected, he gave up on trying to help people and listening to Ruber, they joined their minds with Todd Howard to give him extra power via the Mind-Link.

Episode 11

However, they were defeated by The Butterflies, the very people they tried to attack in the first place, and their Mind-Links were shattered.

TFR/Season 3[edit | edit source]

Ever since Todd's defeat, Ruber's appearances have become more and more sporadic.

Episode 0

Assists Dutch on his match against the german do-gooder.

TFR/Season 4[edit | edit source]

Ruber hasn't been seen in the ring for a while. Rumors tell of rare sightings of a red man backstage screaming about pride and then vanishing, but there have been no confirmations.

As with a lot of other characters, he probably trapped in the Universe 2K19 and any match he participated on was not recorded.

Episode 10

He was snatched by Kojima for his evil genius, separating him from Dutch.

TFR/Season 5[edit | edit source]

Finally, Dutch and Ruber managed to get a hold of each other, and with renewed willpower, they set off to fulfil The Plan.

Episode 1

The will to fulfill the plan is so strong inside Ruber that he managed to become #1 Contender for the tag team title.

Episode 3

However, when the time for the match comes, Ruber suddenly leaves the match, leaving Dutch to the (non-existant) mercy of the priest and his servant.

Episode 5Dutch asks Ruber what the fuck was that, but Ruber HAS A PLAN, something better than those belts, than even a mansion in Tahiti. He even went and scheduled a match for themselves.

After their victory however, Dutch left the ring in a rage.

Episode 7

Ruber wonders what was happening for him to leave so angry, and that if he's not gonna help, he'll continue on his own for the plan, but Dutch tells him to have SOME GODDAMN FAITH as he was testing him, and he has a plan of his own. Ruber however isn't very happy with Dutch ignoring his plan...

Episode 9

After a quick discussion, they win their match.

Episode 11

Ruber leaves once again, giving the returning Fargoth the victory.

Episode 12[edit | edit source]

Dutch has had enough. He tested Ruber time and time again, knowing from the very start that the priest was instructing him, but trying to believe in him. He tried so hard, and it was working, he felt he didn't even need to test him anymore with each win, like he could rely on him just like when Arthur left and he was the only one he had. But Ruber had sold all his faith to the priest, and it needed to end now.

As the last chapter of Men With a Plan, they'll fight with their career on the line.

Thus, Ruber was victorious, and Dutch's career and schemes were all denied. But for Ruber, only the pure plan remained.

TFR/Season 6[edit | edit source]

After getting rid of the one holding back his plans, all possibilities are open now to Ruber for his conquest.

Episode 1

After his betrayal of Dutch, Arthur Morgan calls him calls Ruber a coward for what he did to him, being the first person Dutch trusts so much after Micah and despite deserving it and betraying more people than him, he only had the guts backstab him when him and Chris stopped giving a damn. He's at the absolute bottom of the trash heap in this industry, and Arthur is gonna dig out and incinerate him.

Episode 2

Then Ruber returns to TFR and rebutes that because of him, Dutch never saw him as a true partner, never forgetting about Arthur and never following his plans. That he's not doing for any grander cause other than him still being Dutch's lapdog.

Arthur seeks revenge against him in a match. Ruber leaves humiliated after his defeat (punches the ref too for good measure).

Episode 3[edit | edit source]

Aligns with the rioters participating in a hostile takeover of the company lead by Mr. BANS and Kirei, who have come out of hiding.

Episode 4

When the rioters storm the GM Office and force Hideo to book the show they want, he forces Ingurland to put his Kingdom on the line for his next match. Ruber, with everything he ever wanted at hand's reach, has Adol Christin join him in the match, who he somehow convinced to become his disciple as the rumors were saying. Ingurland had no chance of victory, and after so many trials and failed efforts, Ruber finally robbed the King of the Britons of Camelot and his entire kingdom, becoming its sole ruler, Ruber the king.

Episode 8

12 years since The Disaster, Ruber became the rightful king of Britannia, or what was left of it. It has become a dreadful kingdom of terror (which doesn't sound too different from what it already was), and the asian gangs took firm control of its streets, and Emir made many business partnerships with Ruber.

When the Troubleshooters began a raid alongside The Final Resistance to Ruber's Castle, Ruber hired Emir as the Security Official of the kingdom to help in this attack, and also since they suspected an army of The Three Kings would soon attack.

Episode 9[edit | edit source]

Ruber had enough playing around with the resistance, and beckons Adol to follow his plan, but Adol can do things himself as he did with Dimitri; he set his sights on the Troubleshooters' new recruit, thinking he's too weak in his ways. Ruber can't help but notice how much he has changed, indeed Adol found that the old him would have followed a weak leader until getting killed, and forced himself to change. Despite ignoring his plans, Ruber is truly proud, but Adol scoffs at this and goes on his way.

Arthur finally reaches Ruber, who laughs at him for still holding on to that grudge, while calling Ingurland a failure for not even fighting for his own kingdom himself. Before Arthur can get close to him, escapes through a hidden wall, and Dutch van der Linde himself shows up. Ignoring Ruber, since either way the place was demolished soon after, he came specifically to get ARTHUR for the plan he has in store. Arthur rejects his offer to go to Tahiti, but Dutch wants to take him somewhere that has tastier mangoes instead, and is willing to defeat Arthur for it.

Ruber arrives at an underground prison, but before he can escape, his path is blocked by Ingurland, who was advised by Tyrone Ngubu that he would be coming there. Ruber shouts that he won't be getting all he built in a life's work and his very dream, but Ingurland replies that he built nothing and won everything at a rigged match, as a true king is one who respects people, and most importantly... he didn't get a bloody loicense for being king!

Ingurland proceeds to regain his kingdom one again and proclaims that chippy, gravy and beer will be given to everyone for a month. Ruber starts to crumble just like his plan, and King o' Ingurland tells him that he'll have plenty of time to think back on his prison cell. Suddenly, the an ear-piercing alarm indicating a missile strike begins to sound, and before anything can be done, the castle is blown to smithereens as well as Ingurland is blasted by nukes.

Episode 10

Thanks to being underground, Ruber and Ingurland survive. Ruber offers to find a secret passage to escape, and moreover feels sorry for what he did, asking how harshly will he be punished, but as far as Ingurland is concerned he's still a citizen of the kingdom, and if he pays for his crimes and feels remorseful, he'll be able to get chippy again sometime. Ruber kneels to the king's mercy and promises to serve him.

Episode 11

Ingurland and Ruber go to Angel Mort, and Ruber asks since he thought the kingdom was... bigger, and Ingurland mentions the disappearance of the "main ship" sometime before the rumbling. Eventually, some of the survivors of the christmas party arrive to the reunion, confirming that Ngubu turned against the resistance.

Episode 12

When Central steps down as leader of the resistance, Ingurland allows Ruber to participate in the competition for the position.

Episode 14

The resistance arrives to the Coolsville Arena, with Ingurland thinking that it's been a while since he last stepped on it, but Ruber affirms he got his back this time.

Episode 15

Ingurland and Ruber defeat Dutch and the now-lawfriend brainwashed Arthur.

Episode 16

After Ingurland is done congratulating Rando and cheers on Ruber for his incoming tag-team match, Ruber takes off his crown and puts on an american football helmet, then headbutting Ingurland out cold for calling soccer "footy" and telling him "he was never his king", then replaces him with a proper american partner: Micah Bell, the TRUE IDENTITY behind Mr. America all this time, and another person who will aid Ruber in accomplishing the plan by obtaining the belts.

Ruber's true faction is revealed to be with a secretive group known a Men With a Plan, who plead allegiance to neither group and have been working from the inside of both The Kings and BANS Army to fulfill THE PLAN, the Oracle of LEON!, and with the belts their plan is but a step away. All members gather in The Basedment, and present themselves to Fred Jones when Bevi drags him there.

Episode 17

The organization is defeated with the sudden appearance of a lonesome hero of incredible strength, and their objective is unfulfilled. Haha...

TFR/Season 0[edit | edit source]

A cunning man with a desire to fulfill plans, who wishes to become the ruler of the kingdom of Britain and probably punch that damn Arthur in the face if he were still alive.

Episode 7

When Arthur Morgan decides to attend a Yeagerist Parade, Ruber shows up to affirm that all the noise is worth it for freedom, and notices that the kid who Dutch was always dragging around is finally free, asking if he really believed on his silly plans; and Arthur actually did for a while, until he noticed he was dragging him down with his lunacy, and, finding a pamphlet and learning about Eren's work, it made him reconsider many things in life and realize he was being nothing but cattle. Ruber applauds him for following ideals that represent both the Nation of Ingerland and the base for a better life, but Arthur is slightly doubtful if everyone shares the sentiment after hearing the crowd's chants being here for personal interests rather than the best for their people, such as "WE SHOULD GET RID OF THOSE FOOKIN ITALIANS NEXT!, ONE OF THEM MADE ME BEAT MY WOIF YESTERDAY!". Ruber, however, affirms it's quite a sane environment, and asks his friend to tell his story from a recent meeting with Eren. As Cam on Ingerland affirms, his son had a deadly illness: he was terminally ginger, and after a match with Eren, he became cured, and even got taller! Arthur is impressed at the power of true Yeagerism, and Ingerland tells him to dedicate his heart as well, as well as Ruber urges him to keep walking in the parade.

Suddenly, two cops appear trying to stop the parade, but Arthur stands his ground against them trying to stop the way of freedom, and Ruber encourages him on to get rid of them like a true Yeagerist would.

Episode 8

In the Shimano Family HQ, Shimano greets and thanks Ruber for his loyalty and his work on keeping the Yeagerists in check, having them disperse in time when the cops arrived to watch Eren's match. Shimano has been using the Yeagerists as front and controlling them against Hazz, and Ruber appreciates a man who has a plan.

Episode 13

Seeing how the Yeagerists are more preoccupied with fighting in a gang war rather than freedom, Arthur starts to believe his trust might have been misplaced. As time passes they've become more like pawns, with people like Italians starting conflicts with them during celebrations. Arthur starts to reminisce about how drinking nights with Dutch's gang were better (except when the Pinkertons showed up), his ways of trying to get the tag-team titles, and manly sports like wrestling unlike soccer. Ruber overhears his ramblings and to Arthur's surprise, he agrees with everything he said, as he puts it, the Yeagerists have lost their grip, their vision, and their future. If Arthur wants freedom, he must find it on his own, and instead of following THE Plan... why not trust Ruber's plan instead?

TFR/Season 7[edit | edit source]

After playing against Yeagerists and Shimano, it is now time for Men to make a Plan.

Episode 3/TFR

Ruber and Arthur have gotten much closer, and even convinced him to form Men With A Plan, but Dutch is against all that and asks Fred and his new partner to beat him so he would reconsider, which they fail as they beat Ruber instead.

Episode 4/TFR

Dutch tries to beg Arthur to not listen to Ruber's lies, but he's become enticed to the promise of Camelot over Tahiti, with becoming king and all he could even bring the gang there, and he even INSISTS on going to BCW if Dutch doesn't stop bothering him. When Dutch hears those words, he leaves in a second and a moment later, Chris Redfield shows up hearing that Arthur has Leon somewhere.

Episode 5/TFR

The Plan gets drafted to Bogdanoff Championship Wrestling.

Episode 7/BCW

Some weird masked spics try to fight him, but he's nowhere to be seen.

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

Ruber's actions in influencing the Yeagerists in Shimano's direction might have been part of a plan never intended to benefit Shimano all along, likely knowing Shimano was doomed to fall, as now him and Arthur hold a larger portion of control over the Yeagerists previously allied with the Shimano Family.

Episode 50[edit | edit source]

With the ideals of antinatalism and lacrosse combined, The Yeagerists step forward to claim the newly created TFR Tag-Team Championship for themselves against Donte and Vorgin, invariably accomplishing their plan.

Episode 54

But a group of maddened animal freaks would step in to steal their belts.

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

Non-Canon
...Elves... indeed exist, as Carl Johnson mentioned, and Ruber discusses with Lord Garithos as they plan to take their kingdom next. And their weakness... iceskates, lol.

TFR/Season 8[edit | edit source]

As someone considered one of the very leaders of Yeagerism now, and with the current state of Coolsville and general opinion on TFR decreasing by the second, the Yeagerists are less inhibited than ever... all perfectly benefiting what Ruber wants.

Episode 2
CAM ON, YEAGERISTS!

WE SHALL RISE, UNLEASH THE BEAST!

WITH FREEDOM'S ROAR, WE'LL PERSIST!

FOR TEN YEARS, AT THE VERY LEAST!
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.

Under the stadium, Zeke gets the meeting started. Arthur Morgan, their embedded informant, reports TFR has a new program called "Tough Enough", and through his connections and some digging around has acquired the participants list. This leak will prove itself a giant weakness, and they'll expose the corruption with a well-produced video; Keiichi will write the script, and Ame will present it in a convincing way to the audience. The information itself, presents two candidates as very suspicious: first is Reize Seatlan, his wealthy father has made several donations to TFR, and then got a special spot on the show. Second and more important, the person known as Chinman is related to someone influential of a different variety: his legal guardian, Kiryu Kazuma, is a legend of the underworld, a very dangerous man who put many through a lot of pain. Although Keiichi understands the first point, he had to say something about the second; Shion and Mion have said nothing but good things about the guy. But Zeke argues he must've deceived them for he's nothing but a hard-boiled gangster, and Ruber claims his actions puts most of the people of the underworld he knows to shame... Keiichi finds it hard to argue against experts like Zeke when Ruber sides with him, and begins doubting if there's not more than meets the eyes to Kiryu. With the meeting concluded, Zeke counts on the tasked ones to deliver the truth.

Episode 4

KAngel, your favorite underworld investigative reporter, welcomes all her cuties! Tonight, she's got some news about "The fire at Sneed's Feed & Seed". She was doing some background checks on the Tough Enough participants, since with TFR you have to keep your eyes peeled for evil schemes at every possible turn, and wouldn't you guess? Even before the news broke out, there's some nasty things about one specific participant; they're trying to pretend he was never there, but it was the Coolsville Arsonist himself, Jackson Kiryu! Everyone knows what he did, but some managed to predict he would do something like that, how? His legal guardian is none other than the "Dragon of Kojima" Kiryu Kazuma; actor, owner of an orphanage... and criminal legend, a hard-boiled yakuza who caused pain to uncountable people. If you don't believe it, underworld expert-turned-philanthropist and Yeagerist Ruber has something to say in the matter: Not many other words to describe him than 'evil', he's heard so many stories, like when he used an innocent waiter as a meat shield to protect himself from bullets, he was involved in multiple chases and explosions, and he was raised as part of a known Coolsville yakuza family, the likely reason Chiman is in TFR in the first place... is mafia connections! There you have it, Ame knew the fed was up to no good, but Ruber's comments seal the deal. Could another Tough Enough participant hide something? Will the Dragon of Kojima strike back? Stay on the lookout, everyone! BLESS!

Episode 7

Yeagerists continue their valiant work by posing gathering around the TFR Arena and protesting. Ruber notices Kyle Hyde trying to gain access to the arena, and calls him courageous (or masochistic) for entering a protest while badmouthing it, but unlike him he knows the corrupt, rotten calls being thrown to the place are speaking nothing but the truth. Kyle tries to level with him by saying both know how shady the place was in the past since both worked there, but Kyle doesn't buy the "savior" bullshit—if he has any real, solid proof the place is a bigger hellhole than everyone already knows, he better make Kyle's job easier and show him, but as it stands they sound like nothing but cultists. In response, Ruber asks the "cult" of Coolsville citizens why they're here: "bad examples for the children!", "hiring criminals!", "you don't own a fookin footy club like Amakusa!"... as Kyle expected, it's the same time-old made-up drama, so Ruber invites him to stay blind while they continue their work. 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 Notes
S2E1
Tornado-Tag
Fatal-4-Way
Men With a Plan, The Motel Survivors, The Bakers, The Augmented Win
W1 L0 1
1 0 P
For Title: /v/ Tag-Team #1 Contenders
S2E2
Tornado-Tag Men With a Plan

The Butterflies

Lose
W1 L1 0
1 0 P
Iconic Match
/v/ Tag-Team Championship: Dutch and Ruber's Dastardly Plan

For Title: /v/ Tag-Team
S2E3
Arthur Morgan Lose
W1 L2 -1
1 1 P
W0 L1 -1
0 1 P
Iconic Match
MITB Qualifier: Left Out of the Plan

Support: Dutch van der Linde

For: MITB Qualifier

S2E7
Match Wheel
Ladder
Arthur Morgan, Steve, Adam Jensen, Ethan Winters, Ruber, La Creatura Lose
W1 L3 -2
1 1 P
For Title: Million Dollars
S2E9
Tornado-Tag Men With a Plan

The Motel Survivors

Lose
W1 L4 -3
1 1 P
S2E11
Tag-Team The Butterflies

Men with a Plan

Lose
W1 L5 -4
1 2 P
For: Mind-Link breakage
S3E0
Supporting Dutch van der Linde
OS3E10
NON-CANON Men With a Plan

Majima & Kiryu-chan

Win
S5E1
Triple-Threat
Tag-Team
Elimination
Men With a Plan, The Paranormal Patrol, 911 Krew Win
W2 L5 -3
2 2 P
For Title: /v/ Tag-Team #1 Contender
S5E3
Tag-Team
+Handicap
Men With a Plan

Dimitri & Kirei

Lose
W2 L6 -4
2 2 P
For Title: /v/ Tag-Team

Note: The match ends shortly after Ruber betrays Dutch van der Linde and leaves the team.

S5E5
Tag-Team Men With a Plan

The Paranormal Patrol

Win
W3 L6 -3
3 2 P
S5E7
Men With a Plan

The Therapy

Win
W4 L6 -2
3 2 P
S5E9
Men With a Plan

The Blunder Kings

Win
W5 L6 -1
3 2 P
S5E11
Tag-Team
+Handicap
Men With a Plan

The Order of Todd

Lose
W5 L7 -2
3 2 P
Note: Ruber abandoned Dutch van der Linde yet again.
S5E12
Falls Count Anywhere Dutch van der Linde Win
W6 L7 -1
4 2 P
W1 L1 0
1 1 P
For: Career
S6E2
Arthur Morgan Lose
W6 L8 -2
4 3 P
W1 L2 -1
1 2 P
S6E4
Handicap
Tag-Team
King of Ingurland

Ruber & Adol Christin

Win
W7 L8 -1
4 3 P
For: Kingdom
S6E9
2/3 Falls Cam on Ingurland (2-1) Lose
W7 L9 -2
4 5 P
W1 L3 -2
2 4 P
S6E10.5
NON-CANON
30-Man Royal Rumble
30
  1. Tazuna Joe
  2. Albus Bernstein
  3. Robert
  4. Dimitri Blaiddyd
  5. Adol Christin
  6. Ruber
  7. Headmaster
  8. Rean Schwarzer
  9. Sakakura Juzo
  10. Gold
  11. Mitake Miyao
  12. Arthas Menethil
  13. Ushiromiya Battler
  14. G-Man
  15. Second Carlos
  16. Haze
  17. Kasuga Ichiban
  18. Fred Jones
  19. Ooishi Kuraudo
  20. Travis Touchdown
  21. John Bradford
  22. Kadoya Tsukasa
  23. Kotomine Kirei
  24. Dr. Piccolo
  25. Rance
  26. Emir
  27. Okabe Rintarou
  28. Demi-fiend
  29. Date Kaname
  30. Albert Wesker
Lose For Title: King of Noncanon
S6E12
20-Man Royal Rumble
20
  1. Rance
  2. Ooishi Kuraudo
  3. Maebara Keiichi
  4. Aniki
  5. Sakakura Juzo
  6. Ruber
  7. Zoomer
  8. Dimitri Blaiddyd
  9. Raiden
  10. Rean Schwarzer
  11. Gene
  12. Geralt of Rivia
  13. Albus Bernstein
  14. Gold
  15. Narushima Koga
  16. Second Carlos
  17. Aleph
  18. Cam on Ingurland
  19. Demi-fiend
  20. Narukami Yu
Lose
W7 L10 -3
4 5 P
For: The Final Resistance Leadership #1 Contender

Elimination № 11

Elimination Chamber Geralt of Rivia, Demi-fiend, Aleph, Zoomer, Second Carlos, Ruber Lose
W7 L11 -4
4 6 P
For: The Final Resistance Leadership #1 Contender
S6E14.5
NON-CANON
Elimination Chamber
The Necrodancer, Komaeda Nagito, Extra, Ruber, JOKER, Gene Win
S6E15
Tag-Team Rule Britannia

The Old Guard

Win
W8 L11 -3
5 6 P
For Title: /v/ Tag-Team #1 Contender
S6E16
Men With a Plan

The Thunder Saints

Win
W9 L11 -2
5 6 P
For Title: /v/ Tag-Team
S7E1
Battle Royal Big Smoke, Arthur Morgan, Bane, Albert Wesker, Geralt of Rivia, Jack Baker, Ruber, Central Lose
W9 L12 -3
5 6 P
For Title: King of Jobbers #1 Contender
S7E2
30-Man Royal Rumble
"30"
  1. Kyle Hyde
  2. Agent 47
  3. Aniki
  4. Bane
  5. Adam Jensen
  6. Gold
  7. Arthur Morgan
  8. V
  9. Ushiromiya Battler
  10. Max Payne
  11. Majima Goro
  12. Junpei
  13. Fred Jones
  14. Chad
  15. Albert Wesker
  16. Tazuna Joe
  17. Brendan Fraser
  18. Dutch van der Linde
  19. Yuki Makoto
  20. Hijiri Jyoji
  21. Big Smoke
NC For Title: /v/ #1 Contender

Note: Rumble crashed

20-Man Royal Rumble
"20"
  1. Ushiromiya Battler
  2. Dutch van der Linde
  3. Yuki Makoto
  4. Fred Jones
  5. Chad
  6. Big Smoke
  7. The Joker
  8. Ruber
  9. Joshua Graham
  10. Mario
  11. Rean Schwarzer
  12. Jonesy
  13. Central
  14. Geralt of Rivia
  15. Chris Redfield
Lose
W9 L13 -4
5 6 P
For Title: /v/ #1 Contender

Elimination №: 4

S7E3
Tag-Team Mystery Inc.

Men With a Plan

Lose
W9 L14 -5
5 7 P
S7E5
Royal Rumble
30
  1. Gale
  2. Albert Wesker
  3. Kubota Zen
  4. Chuck
  5. Leo Shishigami
  6. Takahashi Ryosuke
  7. Mario
  8. Delta
  9. Tonegawa Yukio
  10. Ruber
  11. Yuki Makoto
  12. Fatlus
  13. Charles
  14. Store Manager
  15. Jevil
  16. Aniki
  17. Adam Jensen
  18. Richter
  19. The Father
  20. Sigma Klim
  21. Francis York Morgan
  22. Shoji Shingo
  23. Hisoka
  24. Narihisago Akihito
  25. Arthur Morgan
  26. The Brawler
  27. Ricardo Milos
  28. Cabanela
  29. YandereDev
  30. Eren Yeager
Lose
W9 L15 -6
5 7 P
For Title: Literal Who #1 Contender

Elimination #5

S7E6
Tag-Team
Elimination
Men With a Plan

Jacopo Bearzatti & Fusaishi Haruaki

Lose
W9 L16 -7
5 8 P
S0E7
Tag-Team The Police

Arthur Morgan & Ruber

Lose
W9 L17 -8
5 9 P
S0E9
Royal Rumble (SLOW)
  1. Char Aznable
  2. Rance
  3. Tony Hawk
  4. Simon Blackquill
  5. Ruber
  6. Redfield's Therapist
  7. Brendan Fraser
  8. Albert Wesker
  9. Arthur Morgan
  10. No One
Lose
W9 L18 -9
5 9 P
For Title: TFR #2 Contender
OS8E50
Tag-Team The Sons of Sperdo

The Yeagerists

Win
W10 L18 -8
5 9 P
「Inaugural TFR Tag-Team Championship」
Game: WWE 2K23

For Title: TFR Tag-Team

OS8E51
Date Kaname Win
W11 L18 -7
5 9 P
W2 L3 -1
2 4 P
Support: Zeke Yeager (The Yeagerists) Note: Count-out
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OS8E52
Hell in a Cell
Tornado-Tag
Mafia City

Champions The Yeagerists

Win
W12 L18 -6
6 9 P
For Title: TFR Tag-Team
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Tag-Team
KO-only
Elimination
Ruber, Dutch van der Linde, The Grinch, Max Payne

V, Sareth, Sandro, Chris Redfield

Lose
W12 L19 -7
6 9 P
「Contendership Clash Tournament」
→Round 1

Note: Was eliminated first from his team and removed from the tournament.

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Tag-Team Ranch Wreck

The Yeagerists

Lose
W12 L20 -8
6 10 P
Iconic Match
Mad Cow Match

For Title: TFR Tag-Team
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NON-CANON
Tag-Team
The Methé

Ruber & Carl Johnson

Lose Rokkenjimania V』– Vengeance Arc
Note: Count-out

Trivia[edit | edit source]

  • /co/ sings ruber is the only successful thing /co/ has ever done.

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