Name: Scot Summers
AKA: Mr. Showtime, The Underground Icon
Height: 5'10"Weight: 230 lbs
Hometown: Las Vegas, Nevada
Trained By: Ken Johnson, Dusty Wolfe, Jose Lothario
Pro Debut: 1999 against “Bio-Hazard” (Jaykus Plisken)
ACW Debut: 12/21/2006 “Holiday Havoc: An ACW Preview”
Signature Moves: Super-Kicks and Suplexes, Suplexes and More Suplexes.Finishing Moves: "Curtain Call” (Power-bomb Neckbreaker), “Nighty-Night Time” (Rear Naked Choke), “Curtain Call 2010 (Elevated Uranage Suplex)
ACW Titles:ACW Heavyweight Title 01/14/2007 - "Guilty by Association" - Won 3-way match against "One Man" Mike Dell & "Bio-Hazard" Jaykus Plisken to become first champion
Hardcore Title 09/23/2007 - "Sweet Destruction" - Won 3-way elimination against Masada and former champion Jacob Ladder
ACW Heavyweight Title (2) 01/20/2008 - "Guilty by Association 2" - Beat former champion Jerry Lynn in a "no time limit" match.
ACW Tag Team Title 11/16/2008 - "Our Time to Shine 2008" with partner Jerry Lynn defeated former champions The Submission Squad Pierre Abernathy & Evan Gelistico
50 Anarchists through 50 shows - 5/17/2009 - Voted by the members of acwfans.proboards100.com as the #1 on the list of the top 50 Anarchists from the first 50 ACW shows
ACW Young Guns U-30 Title - 11/15/2009 "2009 Lone Star Classic - Defeated Champion Jaykus Plisken in the finals of the tournament.
2009 Lone Star Classic - 11/15/2009 - Defeated Champion Jaykus Plisken in the finals of the tournament.
ACW Heavyweight Title (3) - 07/18/10 - "From Innocence to Insanity 4" - Cashed in his title shot from winning the Lone Star Classic and defeated newly crowned champion Darin Childs in a dog collar match.
Anarchy Televised Title - 01/16/11 - "Guilty By Association 5" - Defeated former champion JT LaMotta in a No-Rope Barbed Wire Match.
Anarchy Televised Title (2) - 08/07/11 - "Fall From Grace 3" - Defeated ACH & Former Champion Rachel Summerlyn to regain the title
Other Titles Held:
IPWA Heavyweight Title, 2-time PWI (Brownsville) World Title, 3-Time PWI World Title, 2-Time PWI Texas Title, SWWF World Title, 2-Time ETW World Tag Title, American Championship Wrestling World Title, 2-time SCW Heavyweight Title, NSF World Title, NSF Tag Title, WOW Outlaw Title, WOW Heavyweight Title
Notable Feuds and Alliances: (In his own words) “My number 1 feud in ACW was with Mike Dell. We just always had this rivalry, kinda like the Yankees and the Red Sox. It got to the point where one of us had to leave. Couldn’t co-exist. That was probably my biggest feud. Him & Darin Childs. Just one of those things. I wanted to completely rip ACW from him and give it to the fans. He just wants to hold on to it. It’s weird because those are 2 guys I respect.
(Alliances) There are a very select few. Jerry Lynn and Masada. Jerry taught me a lot, probably got me to where I am today. Masada toght me a bit about being a professional and being tough at the same time. Masada and I have a group called the “DGAF Army.” I’d have to throw Shawn Vexx in there and ACH. Those guys I would trust them with my life.
Personal History: (In his own words) I really wasn’t myself when I was wrestling. I loved Shawn Michaels. I loved Chris Jericho. I loved Brian Pillman. People get into this business and no matter what they tell you, they emulate who inspires them. But it wasn’t really me, man.I just came out one day and the night before I had been drinking, drinking all night and I hadn’t wrestled much. I got split open, 17 staples to the head and I was bleeding all over and I was “I guess I’m gonna die here.” And it made me act a little crazy that night and then people were kinda drawn to it. “Oh my gawd! Is this guy for real?”
(On being called “The Best in Texas) – I blame ACW & I blame Darin and I blame people involved that are wrestlers. Darin gave me the chance to do what I gotta do. I mean, it’s also who you perform with. It’s the Mike Dell’s. It’s the Spiro’s. It’s the Jerry Lynn’s, the Claxtons, the Jaykus Plisken’s.I can be tough, but if there’s nobody out there to be tough with me… I gotta have… You can beat everyone up and it doesn’t prove anything. You gotta get your butt kicked to see how tough you are. If I didn’t have these guys pushing me and this “Best in Texas” thing. I don’t know where it came from. I don’t know why, I am blessed. It keeps me on my toes, cause now anywhere I wrestle, if theres 40 or 400… I think “Best in Texas”, there’s more into it than “Oh, he’s the best.”
There’s a lot of guys who are smoother. JT (Lamotta) and ACH look like they’re on ice. They glide. They’re on ball bearings. Me, I never claimed to be the best wrestler, but I’m the best fighter. I’m a good wrestler. I’m crazy as shit. It kinda adds into one big melting pot.