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This is a list of MFGG Wrestling supershows. MFGG has traditionally held a supershow every Sunday, with a few exceptions (Saturday Slaughter, Two Weeks Notice, and Revenge of the Legion). Beginning March 2007, MFGG and AWN Wrestling have had an interpromotional deal that sees the two e-feds hold special supershows featuring talent from both rosters. These shows are not held on Sunday.

Note: This list does not include "special" editions of Daily Damage such as the one-off Night of Champions or the monthly King of MFGG.

Past events

Supershow Date Notes
MFGG Saturday Slaughter Saturday, July 15, 2006 Was not originally scheduled as a supershow; Saturday Slaughter was to be MFGG Wrestling's weekly show before the e-fed switched to a daily format three days later. Saturday Slaughter was retroactively given supershow status.
MFGG Live from Hell Sunday, July 23, 2006
MFGG Two Weeks Notice Saturday, July 29, 2006 Celebrated the two-week anniversary of MFGG Wrestling.
MFGG Deathrow Sunday, August 6, 2006 This supershow sparked X-Degeneration's war against MFGG Wrestling.
MFGG vs XD Civil War Sunday, August 13, 2006 All matches pitted members of X-Degeneration against MFGGers. XD defeated MFGG three-to-two, including their sweep victory in the Elimination Tag Team main event against Team MFGG. This was also the first and only event for which MFGG shared billing with another group (XD).
MFGG Violent Tendencies Sunday, August 20, 2006
MFGG Riot Control Sunday, August 27, 2006 Was main evented by the Riot Rumble, an eight-man Battle Royal. The winner would get to choose to challenge for either the MFGG World Heavyweight Championship or the XD Championship at MFGG End of Days. The winner, Littlink, choose the MFGG title.
MFGG End of Days Sunday, September 3, 2006 This event was billed as the "biggest in MFGG Wrestling history" for two weeks prior to the actual show. This show is notable for containing the entirety of Littlink's first MFGG World Heavyweight Championship reign—immediately after he won, Dark Yoshi returned from the "dead" to cash in his Money in the Bank title shot and won.
MFGG Showdown Sunday, September 10, 2006
MFGG Chaos Sunday, September 17, 2006
MFGG Vendetta Sunday, September 24, 2006
MFGG Critical Condition Sunday, October 1, 2006
MFGG Disorderly Conduct Sunday, October 8, 2006
MFGG Three-Month Mayhem Sunday, October 15, 2006 Celebrated the three-month anniversary of the e-fed. Up to this point, this was the most important event in MFGG Wrestling history. It featured the one-night only return of MFGG Legends Sarahsuke and Someguy, who fought each other in a Legends' Match (and returned later in the night for the twenty-five man Battle Royal). This event also saw the MFGG World Heavyweight and XD Championships unified into the Undisputed World Championship.
MFGG Reckless Abandon Sunday, October 22, 2006
MFGG Halloween Hell Sunday, October 29, 2006 A Money in the Bank winner surprise-challenges the champion a second time, when Suigi shows up after Zasshou successfully defends the Undisputed World Championship against Julio Cesar F. Suigi wins the title.
MFGG Error 404 Sunday, November 5, 2006 The first interactive MFGG Wrestling event, which allowed members of the Mario Fan Games Galaxy message board (regardless of whether they participated in the e-fed) to vote on certain match stipulations such as match type or special referee.
MFGG Retribution Sunday, November 12, 2006 The name comes from the fact that all matches (excluding the main event) were rematches from that Friday's Daily Damage #100: Night of Champions, which saw all defending champs retain their titles.
MFGG Civil War 2: WiiVolution Sunday, November 19, 2006 Pitted members of the main MFGG roster against WiiVolution. Prior to the event, WiiVolution member Suigi stated that if the faction did not win a majority of their matches, they would disband. MFGG defeated WiiVolution three-to-two (though WiiVolution won the Extreme Rules Elimination Tag Team main event). WiiVolution broke up the following day.
MFGG Resistance Sunday, November 26, 2006
MFGG Bleak December Sunday, December 3, 2006
MFGG No Return Sunday, December 10, 2006
MFGG Without Remorse Sunday, December 17, 2006
MFGG Christmas Evil Sunday, December 24, 2006
MFGG New Year's Eve Brawl Sunday, December 31, 2006 This was the first supershow to feature a King of MFGG coronation (as King of MFGG is typically held on Tuesday, the coronation is usually held the following Wednesday; however, in this case, the tournament was held the day before this event). It was also the first show in which a King was crowned and received his title shot in the same night. Perhaps more importantly, it was the show at which X-Degeneration officially reformed (consisting of Press Start, Captain Jeff Silvers, and Suigi).
MFGG Civil War 3: XD vs Ultimate Legion Sunday, January 7, 2007 This was the first Civil War event to pit members of two factions (X-Degeneration and The Ultimate Legion) against each other rather than pit a faction against the main MFGG roster. The Ultimate Legion defeated XD four-to-one (including a nsweep in the Extreme Rules Elimination Tag Team main event).
MFGG Revenge of the Legion Wednesday, January 10, 2007 Prior to Civil War 3, MFGG booker Captain Jeff Silvers announced that the winning team would get to book a supershow the Wednesday of that week. The Ultimate Legion won, so they were allowed to book all the matches at this show. The main event saw Captain Jeff Silvers lose his Undisputed World Championship in a Fatal Four-Way Chaos in the Cages Match against all three members of The Ultimate Legion. This is thus far the only supershow to be held on a Wednesday.
MFGG Winter Storm Sunday, January 21, 2007 This show culminated with a highly-anticipated match between Blood Suigi and The Ultimate Legion's anonymous masked stranger. Blood Suigi won the match, and afterwards revealed the stranger's identity as MFGG Wrestling veteran Über n00ber.
MFGG Error 404 Two Sunday, January 28, 2007 The second interactive event (similar in concept to the first Error 404 held in November 2006).
MFGG February Fallout Sunday, February 4, 2007 Featured the first ever Revenge Battle Royal (a no-disqualifications, pinfalls count anywhere Battle Royal in which eliminated MFGGers can still participate and even eliminate other wrestlers (but cannot win the match). This was also the last event before Press Start left X-Degeneration.
MFGG Bloodletting Sunday, February 11, 2007 Undisputed World Champion Press Start defeated MFGG SoVeryHardcore Champion Kid Koopa to retain his title.
King of MFGG VIII Sunday, February 18, 2007 The first King of MFGG event to be held as a supershow rather than a special edition of Daily Damage. Featured the semi-finals and final of the tournament. Suigi defeated Dark Yoshi in the final, earning him the right to headline Epoch Rising.
MFGG Last Chance Sunday, February 25, 2007 So named because it's essentially the "last chance" most MFGGers will get to winning a title before Epoch Rising. Featured the crowning of the first IPW Heavyweight Champion since July 2000—Nightwing won an Elimination Chamber Match to earn the former Internet Pro Wrestling title.
MFGG Epoch Rising Sunday, March 4, 2007 The largest event in MFGG Wrestling history. Was main evented by Suigi defeating Press Start to win the Undisputed World Championship.
MFGG/AWN Inaugural Brawl Wednesday, March 6, 2007 The first event in the MFGG/AWN interpromotional deal. AWN won four of the six matches in the night (though it lost in the main event when Undisputed World Champion Suigi defeated AWN Heavyweight Champion Julio Cesar F and IPW Heavyweight Champion Nightwing in a Triple Threat Match).
MFGG Aftermath Sunday, March 11, 2007 MFGG had gained the AWN Hardcore Championship the night before. As a result, this is the first MFGG supershow to feature seven title matches (in order: AWN Hardcore, MFGG United States Tag Team, MFGG SoVeryHardcore, MFGG Tag Team, MFGG Internet, IPW Heavyweight, and Undisputed World). It's also the first event to feature MFGG, AWN, and IPW title matches (though the IPW Heavyweight Championship is technically an MFGG title).
MFGG vs AWN Comeback Friday, March 16, 2007 The second interpromotional supershow between MFGG and AWN. Featured fifteen matches, a record for either promotion. AWN once again dominated MFGG during this event, winning all but one interpromotional match (which saw Dark Yoshi retain his IPW Heavyweight Championship against AWN's Neother, winning his AWN Intercontinental Championship in the process in a Title vs Title Match). Every MFGG and AWN title was defended at this show.
MFGG Explicit Content Sunday, March 24, 2007 A supershow featuring extreme match types. The main event saw Uber n00ber win the Undisputed World Championship from Suigi in an Electrified Exploding Cage Deathmatch.
MFGG/AWN At the World's End Friday, March 30, 2007 The third and final interpromotional event between AWN and MFGG. AWN's singles titles (the AWN Heavyweight, AWN Intercontinental, and AWN Hardcore) were unified into their MFGG counterparts (Undisputed World, MFGG Internet, and MFGG SoVeryHardcore). The AWN titles were retired when AWN Wrestling closed later in the night (although the AWN Heavyweight Championship is now a part of the Undisputed World Title).
MFGG Civil War 4: XD/SoS Sunday, April 1, 2007 The first three-way Civil War pitted the main MFGG Wrestling roster against X-Degeneration and the Siblings of Slaughter (formerly the Brothers of Destruction). MFGG won with a final score of 5-1, with XD taking second place (4-2), and SoS in a far third (1-5). X-Degeneration considered the event a success, and it sparked a renewed war between XD and MFGG Wrestling, with XD restarting their separatist campaign from August 2006.
XD Addiction Sunday, April 8, 2007 The first event promoted exclusively by X-Degeneration. It featured XD referee Samuel Dreamer officiating all matches, with XD commentator Hurricane working color commentator duties. The event featured several controversial endings, including Captain Jeff Silvers counting Dark Yoshi's pinfall over Press Start in the Undisputed World Championship main event after Start had knocked out referee Dreamer.
MFGG Unnecessary Force Sunday, April 15, 2007 Featured the second and final rounds of the tournament to crown new MFGG Tag Team Champions, with DarkRecon and Smans Smansy Rodriguez getting the victory. Also featured Blood Suigi vs Titan Gamer in an I Quit Match (the two are the murderous alter-egos of Suigi and The Magical Gamer, respectively); also featured the third "Fight Club Match" in MFGG history, as The Magical Gamer physically separated himself from Titan Gamer and challenged him to an impromptu bout, which he won (thus regaining control of his body).
MFGG Malevolence Sunday, April 22, 2007
MFGG Error 404 3.0 Sunday, April 29, 2007 The third in MFGG's series of "interactive" supershows.
XD Unholy Sunday Sunday, May 6, 2007 The second event promoted exclusively by X-Degeneration. It featured XD referee Samuel Dreamer officiating all matches, with XD commentator Hurricane working color commentator duties.
MFGG No Minors Allowed Sunday, May 13, 2007 Main evented by Title VS Title match.
MFGG Malice Sunday, May 20, 2007 Main evented by I Respact You match.
MFGG Bloodfare Sunday, May 27, 2007 Booked by Julio Cesar F.
MFGG Slaughturday Saturday, June 2, 2007 Booked by Julio Cesar F.
MFGG Chaotic Clash Sunday, June 10, 2007 Booked by Dark Yoshi.
MFGG Forsaken Crusade Sunday, June 17, 2007 Booked by Dark Yoshi.Included the reunion of the Siblings of Slaughter.
MFGG Bloodlust Sunday, June 24, 2007 Booked by Julio Cesar F.Main evented by Elimination Chamber Match for the Undisputed World Championship.
MFGG Blind Rage Sunday, July 1, 2007 Booked by Julio Cesar F.Main evented by the return of Blood Suigi.
MFGG Hell On Earth Saturday, July 14, 2007 Booked by Dark Yoshi.The show was supposed to be held on July 8,But delay because of family emergency of the original booker,Julio Cesar F .
MFGG One for the Ages Tuesday, July 17, 2007 Booked by Dark Yoshi.The show was the Anniversary of MFGG Wrestling.The show was also the last show of MFGG Wrestling

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