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"I want all the belts, all the records" - "The Outlaw" John Rocha

John Steven Rocha, also known as The Outlaw, is a Pundit, Actor, and Voice Over Artist who is a regular on Collider Movie Talk and Collider Jedi Council. He has also appeared on Collider Heroes and Top Ten. He also serves as the producer of Collider Heroes.

He is the former two-time Singles Champion and a founding member of The Four Horsemen. He is also a former Team Champion with teammate Matt Knost with their Team Top 10

The Ultimate Schmoedown era Edit

Before the Schmeodown moved to Collider, Rocha had no presence in the singles competition. He made his debut with teammate Matt Knost against Team Champs. Rocha and Knost won and advanced to beat Team Screen Junkies.

During this era, Rocha bore his signature cowboy hat, a staple and precursor to what the Outlaw would finally become.

The Collider Movie Trivia Schmoedown era Edit

Rocha's first match was also the first match of the new era once Collider and its affiliate Complex revamped the Schmoedown. And it was the legendary John Rocha Vs Scott Mantz 1. Rocha ended up losing to Scott Mantz after forgetting Bespin was one of the three locations in The Empire Strikes Back. This devastating loss helped created Rocha's current personality and stepped up his game.

In his second singles match came the introduction to devastation. John Rocha Vs Josh Macuga turned out to be a competitive fist fight, with Rocha beating Macuga 17 to 16.

His third singles match was the anticipated John Rocha Vs Scott Mantz 2 where Rocha redeemed himself and beat Mantz 13 to 10.

His forth singles match, most may record, was one of the most competitive in show history. Kristian Harloff Vs John Rocha turned out to be a barn burner with Rocha narrowly defeating Schmoedown founder Kristian Harloff 19 to 21. Rocha won blindfolded, a rematch in the eyes of Harloff burning bright.

Rocha's rampage kept going when he beat then-former champion Mark Reilly in Mark Reilly Vs John Rocha 1 with an impressive victory of 18 to 14

His fifth match was the Ultimate Schmoedown Championship Match against Mark Ellis for a shot at the title against Dan Murrell at the Schmoedown Spectacular. Although a close match, Rocha lost to Ellis 18 to 13

Rocha's shot at the #1 Contender was against Mark Reilly at the 2016 Schmoedown Spectacular. Both evenly matched, it ended with Reilly getting his five point question wrong giving Rocha the win of 19 to 16 and the chance to face the Champion, Dan Murrell in 2017.

Rocha made his title shot debut against Dan Murrell in what many fans consider the most anticipated match ever at that point: Dan Murrell Vs John Rocha. Rocha won the belt with a very close victory of just 21 to 20.

Reilly came for his revenge with Mark Reilly Vs John Rocha 3 reclaiming the belt back from Rocha.

Rocha sits stewing over the devastating loss until the anticipated 2017 Collider Collision.

Season 5 Edit

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The Five Horsemen debut during the live event.

Rocha appeared at he 2018 Free4All, lasting 1 round, and was eliminated by Ben Bateman. He also rejuvenated The Five Horsemen by bringing in Murrell and Inman into the faction. During the anarchy tournament, he was paired with his stablemate Dan Murrel, where they beat Wait, I Know This in the live event, but lost their second match against KOrruption in a controversial match. Later, He went on a winning streak beating Ben Bateman, Andrew Ghai and William Bibbiani to claim the singles belt for the second time, becoming the second player in the history of Schmoedown to do so after Dan Murrell. Ultimately, he lost the belt to Ethan Erwin at the 2018 Schmeodown Spectacular.

Season 6 Edit

Rocha first appeared on 13th February 2018 episode, where he congratulated Dan on his victory against Erwin and becoming the first three times champion in history of Schmoedown. However, he was provoked when Reilly mentioned bringing Ben into their stable and left the two in anger.

Match HistoryEdit

SinglesEdit

Competitor Date Outcome Notes
Scott Mantz 4/1/16 Loss
Josh Macuga 6/3/16 Win
Scott Mantz (II) 8/12/16 Win 2016 Ultimate Schmoedown

Qualification Match

Kristian Harloff 9/16/16 Win 2016 Ultimate Schmoedown
Mark Reilly 10/7/16 Win 2016 Ultimate Schmoedown
Mark Ellis 10/21/16 Loss #1 Contender Match

2016 Ultimate Schmoedown Final

Mark Reilly (II) 12/23/16 Win #1 Contender Match

2016 Schmoedown Spectacular

Dan Murrell 2/17/17 Win Championship Match
4/14/17 Loss 2017 Free 4 All
Mark Reilly (III) 4/21/17 Loss Championship Match
Dan Murrell (II)

Mark Reilly (IV)

7/7/17 Loss

Championship Match

2017 Collider Collision

Jason Inman 10/20/17 Win by TKO 2017 Ultimate Schmoedown
Samm Levine 11/3/17 Loss 2017 Ultimate Schmoedown
JTE 3/30/18 Win by TKO Schmoedown Live
4/13/18 Loss 2018 Free 4 All
Jeff Sneider 5/4/18 Loss
Ben Bateman 8/31/18 Win
Andrew Ghai 9/25/18 Win by TKO #1 Contender Match
William Bibbiani 10/26/18 Win Championship Match
Ethan Erwin 12/21/18 Loss Championship Match

2018 Schmoedown Spectacular

Team Matches Edit

"Top 10"

Schmoes Know Era Edit

Date Competitor Outcome Notes
8/13/15 Screen Junkies (Hal Rudnick & Nick Mundy) Win by KO 2015 Ultimate Schmoedown
9/24/15 Team Champs (Mark Reilly & Dan Murrell) Win 2015 Ultimate Schmoedown
10/24/15 Team B.O.B. (JTE & Finstock) Loss 2015 Ultimate Schmoedown

Collider Era Edit

Date Competitor Outcome Notes
9/27/16 Rotten Tomatoes (Grae Drake & Matt Atchity) Win #1 Contender Match
10/25/16 Schmoes (Kristian Harloff & Mark Ellis) Win by KO Championship Match
12/23/16 Patriots (JTE & Jeff Sneider) Loss

Championship Match

2016 Schmoedown Spectacular

3/21/17 Schmoes (Kristian Harloff & Mark Ellis) (II) Win #1 Contender Match
7/4/17 Patriots (JTE & Jeff Sneider) (II) Loss Championship Match
8/30/17 Reel Rejects (Greg Alba & John Humphrey) Win 2017 Ultimate Team Schmoedown
9/8/17 Blofeld's Cat (Marc Andreyko & Robert Meyer Burnett) Win 2017 Ultimate Team Schmoedown
9/13/17 Team Action (Ben Bateman & Andrew Ghai) Loss 2017 Ultimate Team Schmoedown
12/22/17 Team Action (Ben Bateman & Andrew Ghai) (II) Win by TKO 2017 Schmoedown Spectacular
2/6/18 Top That (Jim Vejvoda & Eric Goldman) Win #1 Contender Match
3/9/18 Patriots (JTE & Jeff Sneider) (III) Loss Championship Match

"Team Collider"

Date Competitor Outcome Notes
4/4/17 Team Screen Junkies (Dan Murrell & Andy Signore) Win

"Founding Fathers"

Date Competitor Outcome Notes
9/11/18 Wait, I Know This! (Winston Marshall and Stacy Howard) Win by TKO Schmoedown Live

2018 Ultimate Team Schmoedown

10/23/18 KOrruption (Mike Kalinowski & Chance Ellison) Loss in SD 2018 Ultimate Team Schmoedown

Celebrity Matches Edit

"Singles"

Date Competitor Outcome Notes
6/8/18 Alex Wolff  Win

"Team Outlaw"

Date Competitor Outcome Notes
9/11/17 Team Patriot (Jeff Sneider & Beau MirchoffWin

Exhibition Matches Edit

Date Competitor Outcome Notes
7/24/18 Rachel Cushing

William Bibbiani

Samm Levine

Marc Andreyko

Loss (5th) Fatal Five-way
12/18/18 Brianne Chandler

Mark Reilly

Stacy Howard

Win Fatal Four-way

Holiday Movies Match

Ultimate Schmoedown Record Edit

Year Category Result
2015 Ultimate Schmoedown Tag Team Semifinals (4th place)
2016 Ultimate Schmoedown Singles Finals (2nd place)
2017 Ultimate Team Schmoedown Tag Team Semifinals (3rd place)
2017 Ultimate Schmoedown Singles Quarterfinals (5th place)
2018 Ultimate Team Schmoedown Tag Team Quarterfinals (5th place)

Titles and Awards Edit

Former 2x Singles Champion

Former Team Champion

Wins

2016 Heel of the Year

2016 Singles Match of the Year

2018 Moment of the Year

Nominations

2016 Heel Team of the Year

2016 Team Match of the Year

2016 Team of the Year

2016 Player of the Year

2017 Match of the Year

2017 Upset of the Year

2017 Heel of the Year

2017 Babyface of the Year

2017 Heel Team of the Year

2017 Babyface Team of the Year

2017 Team of the Year

2017 Singles Player of the Year

2018 Babyface Team of the Year

2018 Babyface of the Year

2018 Match of the Year

2018 Singles Player of the Year