The RCWA Zero-G tournament is a tounament in which the winner is the first RCWA Zero-G Champion. The Final Match was at Mission Control 2009, on May 3rd. It might not be considered a tounament, in that it is not in typical tounament format. Thie First match was a four man battle royale on april 24th on ShoDown, which Nigel Wilmington won, with the other participants being Retro, El Dynamite, and Tank Strongman. The Second match was a Triple Threat to take place on ShoDown, May 1st. The Triple Threat competitors were Dan Danials, Ronnie Wildon, and George O'Grady. George O'Grady was the winner of both the triple threat and the Championship.