Sir Richard Doolee may be one of the most hated men in the SOM today, but there is no denying that he is also one of the most decorated competitors in the SOM. Today, in the first ever edition of SOM Spotlight, we're going to take a look at the SOM career of this "extraordinary gentleman".
When the School of Morton opened in 2014, the man who would come to be known as Sir Richard Doolee was the first student to walk through the door. He would begin his career as Rick Razor. While known as Rick Razor, he would have moderate success, most notable winning the first Paul Morton Cup in 2015.
Soon after winning the Paul Morton Cup, Razor would begin wrestling under his real name, Rickey Dooley. He was joined by his brother, Buster, and their cousin, Brian, who he would team with from time to time. They were later joined by the youngest Dooley brother, Danny. Several different combinations of Dooley family members would go on to win the East Tennessee Tag Team Championship.
After teaming with his family members for quite some time, he would begin his solo career. He would defeat one of his greatest rivals, Draco, to become the X Division Champion. After losing the X Division Championship, he would move into the East Tennessee Championship picture. In one of the most heated rivalries in SOM history, he would defeat The Sultan to win the East Tennessee Champion. This made him the first person to ever win the East Tennessee Tag Team Championship, the X Division Championship, and the East Tennessee Championship.
Dooley was one of the most beloved wrestlers in the SOM at the time. However, he soon decided to turn his back on the SOM fans by aligning himself with the EGC 2.0, disowning the Dooley name and choosing to call himself Sir Richard Doolee. Since joining the EGC 2.0, he has began teaming with Sir Brian Jeffries, most notably defeating JC Addams and RT3 for the East Tennessee Tag Team Championship.
If there is an example of evolution in the SOM, it would have to be Sir Richard Doolee. He has accomplished everything there is to accomplish in the SOM. He was the first ever Paul Morton Cup winner and the first ever SOM Triple Crown Champion. Whether you like him or not, Sir Richard Doolee has been an integral part of the SOM for quite some time, and it appears that he will continue to do so.
Sir Richard Doolee and The EGC 2.0
Rickey Dooley and the rest of the Dooley Family
Rick Razor with Ricky Morton at the first ever Paul Morton Cup