Reckless Intent Wrestling Cruel Summer: By The Numbers

61512097_2849886561705191_781225908005502976_nReckless Intent Wrestling are back tomorrow night with their annual summer spectacular known as Cruel Summer, featuring the RI return of the one and only Sugar Dunkerton. Ever since 2013, the Cruel Summer events have been a highlight on the Reckless Intent calendar. The events have been graced by the likes of Andy Wild, Big Damo, Joe Coffey, and Lewis Girvan in previous years – some of the biggest names from Scottish wrestling there. This year looks set to be another cracking night of action but before then, you know what time it is. It’s statistics time!


Since 2013, there have been;

50 Matches
33 Singles Matches
2 Tag Team Matches
1 Triple Threat Tag Team Match
2 Triple Threat Matches
2 Fatal Four Way Matches
1 Battle Royal
1 Doors, Ladders & Chairs Match
2 Elimination Matches
1 Handicap Match
1 Hardcore Match
1 Intergender Match
1 Ladder Match
1 Mystery Doors Match
1 Winner Takes All Match

Out of 22 Title Matches
The Reckless Intent Heavyweight Championship was defended 8 times, with 3 title changes (Lowblow in 2014, Saint George in 2014, and Grado in 2018) and 5 successful defences (Michael Chase in 2013, Joe Hendry in 2015, Big Damo in 2016, James Scott in 2017, and Dickie Divers in 2019) – The Reckless Intent Heavyweight Champion has a 62.50% chance of retaining their title at Cruel Summer
The Reckless Intent UK Championship was defended 5 times, with 2 title changes (Chris Renfrew in 2015 and Jack Morris in 2019) and 3 successful defences (Michael Chase in 2014, DCT in 2017, and Chris Renfrew in 2018) – The UK Champion has a 60% chance of retaining their title at Cruel Summer
The Interim Reckless Intent UK Championship was defended 1 time, with 1 title change (Grado becoming the inaugural champion in 2016)
The Reckless Intent Hardcore Championship was defended 5 times, with 4 title changes (David Devlin in 2015, Jam O’Malley in 2015, Big Damo in 2016, and DCT in 2018) and 1 successful defence (Mr Awesome in 2019) – The Reckless Intent Hardcore Champion has a 20% chance of retaining their title at Cruel Summer
The Reckless Intent Slam Championship was defended 1 time, with 1 successful defence (Dickie Divers in 2017) – The Reckless Intent Slam Champion has a 100% chance of retaining their title at Cruel Summer
The Reckless Intent Tag Team Championships were defended 2 times, with 2 title changes (The Age of Orion becoming the inaugural champions in 2018 and Divinity in 2019) – The Reckless Intent Tag Team Champions have a 0% chance of retaining their titles at Cruel Summer

Most Matches
7 (Delsin Dayre and Michael Chase)
6 (David Devlin and Jam O’Malley)
5 (Chris Renfrew, DCT, Rob Mills, Sean Mercer, Theo Doros, and Tom Fulton)

Most Victories
3 (DCT, Dickie Divers, Michael Chase, Rob Mills, and Theo Doros)
2 (Big Damo, Brandon Adams, Chris Renfrew, Darren Lewis, David Devlin, Delsin Dayre, Grado, Jack Morris, James Scott, Joe Hendry, Lowblow, Saint George, and Sean Mercer)

Win/Loss Records
Alex Webb – 1 win, 0 losses
“The Dad Bod God” Andy Wild – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Amazon” Ayesha Raymond – 1 win, 0 losses
“The Beast of Belfast” Big Damo – 2 wins, 0 losses
“100% Pure Scottish Beef” Bobby Roberts – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Emperor of Darkness” Brandon Adams – 2 wins, 1 loss
Chavi – 0 wins, 1 loss
Chris Renfrew – 2 wins, 3 losses
Coach Trip – 0 wins, 1 loss
Colt “Boom Boom” Cabana – 0 wins, 2 losses
“The King of Fun Style” Craig Forsyth – 1 win, 0 losses
“The Holyrood Hot Rod” Darren Lewis – 2 wins, 1 loss
“The Alpha Male” Dave Conrad – 1 win, 1 loss
“The Scottish Savage” Davey Blaze – 1 win, 0 losses
“The Demolition Man” David Devlin – 2 wins, 4 losses
“The International Sex Hero” DCT – 3 wins, 2 losses
“The Cure” Delsin Dayre – 2 wins, 5 losses
“The Great” Dickie Divers – 3 wins, 1 loss
Drake Titan – 1 win, 0 losses
“The Bird of Prey” Falcon – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Man of the Fans” Freddie The Fanboy – 1 win, 0 losses
“The Lowland Superstar” Glen Dunbar – 0 wins, 2 losses
Grado – 2 wins, 0 losses
Jack Morris – 2 wins, 1 loss
Jackie Grady – 1 win, 2 losses
Jam O’Malley – 1 win, 5 losses
“The King of the North” James Scott – 2 wins, 0 losses
“The Best Polish Wrestler in Reckless Intent” Jarek Nowak – 0 wins, 3 losses
“The Iron King” Joe Coffey – 0 wins, 1 loss
“The Prestigious One” Joe Hendry -2 wins, 0 losses
“The Fabulous One” Jonathan Richards – 1 win, 0 losses
Justin Deed – 1 win, 1 loss
“The Renegade” Lewis Girvan – 0 wins, 1 loss
Lowblow – 2 wins, 1 loss
“The Exile” Luke Aldridge – 0 wins, 2 losses
Martyn Stallyon – 0 wins, 1 loss
Michael Chase – 3 wins, 4 losses
“The Necromancer” Mikey Whiplash – 1 win, 1 loss
Mr Awesome – 1 win, 0 losses
Mr Grum – 0 wins, 1 loss
Nico Kraus – 0 wins, 1 loss
Rex Havoc – 0 wins, 1 loss
Rob Mills – 3 wins, 2 losses
Rod Phoenix – 0 wins, 1 loss
Saint George – 2 wins, 0 losses
“The Siren” Sara-Marie Taylor – 0 wins, 1 loss
Scott “The Butcher” Renwick – 0 wins, 2 losses
Sean Mercer – 2 wins, 3 losses
Steven “Air” Myles – 0 wins, 2 losses
“The James Brown of Throwin’ Down” Sugar Dunkerton – 0 wins, 1 loss
Syco – 1 win, 0 losses
“The Superior Cypriot” Theo Doros – 3 wins, 2 losses
“Future Shock” Tom Fulton – 0 wins, 5 losses

The Age of Orion (Michael Chase & Theo Doros) – 1 win, 1 loss
Bear & Beers (Jam O’Malley & Jarek Nowak) – 0 wins, 1 loss
Divinity (Brandon Adams & Delsin Dayre) – 1 win, 1 loss
Divinity (Brandon Adams & Justin Deed) – 1 win, 0 losses
The Headbanders (Ayesha Raymond & Rob Mills) – 1 win, 0 losses
The Headbanders (Jackie Grady & Rob Mills) – 1 win, 0 losses
High Society (David Devlin & Luke Aldridge) – 0 wins, 1 loss
Jam O’Malley & Tom Fulton – 0 wins, 1 loss
Jarek Nowa, Mr Grum & Nico Kraus – 0 wins, 1 loss
Luke Aldridge & Sara-Marie Taylor – 0 wins, 1 loss
The Odd Squad (Craig Forsyth, Freddie The Fanboy & Jonathan Richards) – 1 win, 0 losses

Chavi’s opponents in a 2 on 1 Handicap Match in 2013 are unknown, and so only he is credited.
The result of a Triple Threat Match between Davidian Fury & Mac Pac, El Loco Gato (Juan Loco Goto & Pepe Loco Goto), and The United Nations (Mike Hawke & Mike Hunt) in 2013 is unknown, and so they aren’t credited.


Thanks to Wrestle Ropes and cagematch.net for match info.

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