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Shut up!

—Smosh's signature intro

Smosh

Smosh is a professional wrestling tag team consisting of comedy duo Anthony Padilla and Ian Hecox. They are currently signed to YouTube Viral Wrestling (YVW), Apex Caliber Wrestling (ACW) on the RAMPAGE brand, and Fiction Wrestling Entertainment (FWE) on the Blitzkrieg brand, where they are the current FWE World Tag Team Champions in their first reign. They are considered to be part of the X-Family.

During its original run, Padilla and Hecox worked as a tag team before they expanded to become a mainstay in YVW with new additions like "Atomic" Mari Takahashi, David "Lasercorn" Moss, Matthew Sohinki, and Joshua "Jovenshire" Ovenshire in 2011 to form Smosh Alliance before the stable quietly disbanded in early 2015 after Padilla and Hecox were put on hiatus due to injury.

Overall, they are six-time world tag team champions between YouTube Wrestling and FWE, having won the YouTube Worldwide Tag Team Championship five times and the FWE World Tag Team Championship once. Both men also won singles championships during their runs, with Padilla becoming a two-time world champion in his own right and Hecox become a world champion once, especially becoming the first pair to win a world championship as a tag team after Smosh successfully cashed in their Instant Viral briefcase on then-YouTube Viral World Champion PewDiePie at Social Media Slam in 2013.

Background Edit

  • Formation: 2002 (real life); 2005 (YouTube); 2010 (YVW)
  • Companies: (Currently) YVW, ACW, FWE
  • Series: Smosh (YouTube)
  • Combined Weight: 455 lbs.
  • Status: Active
  • Allies: The X-Family, Smosh Games, Puffy AmiYumi (Ami Onuki (Ian's girlfriend) and Yumi Yoshimura (Anthony's girlfriend)), most YouTubers, most 4th Wall Breakers, Lisa Weston, Tommy Pickles
  • Rivals: The SmarkBusters (Lefty and Righty), The Erupting Eds (Ed, Edd and Eddy), Twinleaves
  • Twitter: @smosh

History Edit

YouTube Viral Wrestling (2010–present) Edit

Apex Caliber Wrestling (2013–present) Edit

Fiction Wrestling Entertainment (2016–present) Edit

In Wrestling Edit

Double-team finishing moves Edit

  • If Pain Was Real (Facebreaker Knee Smash by Hecox into an Inverted Atomic Drop followed by a Scoop Slam by Padilla onto Hecox's knee followed by a Mushroom Stomp / Flying Bowl Haircut combination)
  • Shut Up and Tap Out, Bitch! (Cloverleaf while kneeling on the opponent's back (Hecox) / Arm-trap Crossface (Padilla) combination)
  • Smosh Pit (Diving Corkscrew Neckbreaker (Padilla) / Samoan Drop (Hecox) combination)
  • Smosh Pit 2: Electric Boogaloo (Springboard Corkscrew Neckbreaker (Padilla) / Super Samoan Drop (Hecox) combination)
  • Smoshtastic! (Springboard Spike Piledriver)
  • The Legend of Smosh (Bear Hug (Hecox) / Running or Springboard Lariat (Padilla) combination)

Double-team signature moves Edit

  • Aided Dropkick
  • Aided Leg Drop
  • Padilla holds a supine opponent's legs up while Hecox hits a Diving Headbutt low blow; they yell "Whassup?!" before Hecox hits a Diving Headbutt – parodied from The Dudley Boyz
  • Corkscrew Neckbreaker by Padilla onto Hecox's knee
  • Double Boston Crab
  • Double Flapjack, sometimes dropped into a hangman
  • Mighty Smoshin Ranger Power (Double Crooked Arm Lariat)
  • Poké-try in Motion (Poetry in Motion) – parodied from The Hardy Boyz
  • Rejected! (Running Lariat (Hecox) / Running Legsweep (Padilla) combination)
  • Sidewalk Slam (Hecox) / Inverted Leg Drop Bulldog (Padilla) combination
  • Spinning Spinebuster by Hecox followed by a Super Mario Splash by Padilla
  • Super Special Bowl Haircut Attack (Battering Ram)

Managers Edit

  • Mari Takahashi
  • Lasercorn
  • Sohinki
  • Jovenshire
  • Lisa Weston

Wrestlers managed Edit

  • Mari Takahashi
  • Lasercorn
  • Sohinki
  • Jovenshire

Nicknames Edit

  • "Degenerate YouTubers"
  • "(Just a) Smexy Emo" (Padilla)
  • "The Icon of Smosh/YouTube" (Padilla)
  • "Mr. Smosh/YouTube" (Padilla)
  • "The Bowled Haircut Idiot / Dimwit" (Hecox)

Entrance themes Edit

  • "Break It Down" by The DX Band (YVW; 2010 – present / ACW; September 2013 – present)
  • "In the Middle of It Now" by Disciple (ACW; July 5, 2013 – August 23, 2013)
  • "Make Some Noise" by Chris Warren and Jim Johnston (FWE)

Championships and Accomplishments Edit

Fiction Wrestling Entertainment Edit

YouTube Viral Wrestling Edit

  • YouTube Viral World Championship (4 times) – Smosh (1), Padilla (2), Hecox (1)
  • YouTube Global Internet Championship (5 times) – Padilla (3), Hecox (2)
  • YouTube Cyberspace Championship (3 times) – Padilla (1), Hecox (2)
  • YouTube Worldwide Tag Team Championship (5 times)
  • Instant Viral (2013)

Trivia Edit

  • Due to winning the Instant Viral ladder match together, Smosh made history by becoming the first tag team to win the briefcase as co-holders.
  • When Smosh successfully cashed in their Instant Viral briefcase on then-champion PewDiePie at Social Media Slam, they became the first-ever tag team to co-hold the YouTube Viral World Championship.
  • While YouTube Viral Wrestling does not list Smosh's world championship reign in their title history due to them being a tag team, it is largely acknowledged by the wrestling fan base and critics, especially listed as one in Smosh's profile and in YVW's official encyclopedia.