The Dynamo Pro Wrestling Heavyweight Championship – The Legacy
Being recognized as Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight champion is the greatest recognitions that a wrestler can achieve. Many professional wrestlers have tried and failed to win the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship, yet Since its inception on October 5th, 2012, only nine wrestlers can say that they have held the prestigious Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship.
In the last three months of 2012, the Dynamo Pro Wrestling championship was created and changed hands on two occasions. The first two wrestlers to compete for the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship were “The Midwest Messiah” K.C. Karrington and “The Wind of Destruction” Makaze. Many professional wrestling fans were looking forward having a Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight champion that would not hide behind a faction of followers that would do anything to protect the champion. Even though Makaze fought valiantly, he was unable to ward off “The First United Church of Karrington”. After regaining the top spot in Dynamo Pro Wrestling, K.C. Karrington strongly believed that he would never again lose his championship. That thought was nothing more than a dream.
On December 1st, 2012, the level of excitement was at an extremely high level. The Sports Academy in Glen Carbon, Illinois was filled to capacity as professional wrestling fans paid homage to the legacy of Gateway Championship Wrestling. In addition to see and recognizing many familiar faces of yesterday, “The Midwest Messiah” had a high-profile defense of his newly won Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship against “Walking Reality” Dan Walsh in a street fight. K.C. Karrington used every trick in the book to defeat Walsh. Yet, at the end of the night, Dan Walsh was victorious. Moments after winning the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship, Walsh felt that the “his moment” was surreal. “I have always felt that I had as sense of emotional ownership of Dynamo Pro Wrestling”, Walsh said. “I feel that Dynamo Pro Wrestling is now on my shoulders. I need to represent the promotion in every aspect of my presence”. “It’s always in the back of your mind to strive to be a top guy for the promotion. But, when it happens, it’s a totally different ballgame…or wrestling match, if that is a better example.” stated Walsh.
For nearly ten months, “Walking Reality” Dan Walsh proudly carried the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship. As he had stated in many interviews, Walsh wanted to be a “fighting champion”. During his reign, Walsh competed against the likes of “The Rebel” Jeremy Wyatt, Kevin X, Dingo, and “The King of Chaos” Ricky Cruz. Many professional wrestling fans felt that Dan Walsh was almost untouchable as champion. However, there was a storm brewing in the distance. A new face was preparing for his charge toward the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship…and his name was “DirdEY” Jake Dirden.
Many fans considered “Walking Reality” Dan Walsh the underdog as he entered the ring for his Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship defense on October 26th, 2013. In addition to a huge size advantage, “DirdEY” Jake Dirden was very popular in Pittsfield, Illinois. The native of Blackwater, Missouri was focused on realizing his conquest and becoming the new Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight champion. Near the conclusion of the match, Walsh had used his edge in experience to inadvertently take out the referee. The fans in attendance at the Pittsfield High School gymnasium were visibly angry when “Walking Reality” raised his championship belt high in the air. Yet, as fate would have it, a second Dynamo Pro Wrestling official saw what happened and informed the original official. To the excitement of the fans, the match was restarted. Moments later, the referee’s hand hit the mat three times and it was “DirdEY” Jake Dirden who stood at the top of Dynamo Pro Wrestling.
As 2014 began, the locker room was buzzing. Who, or more important, what would it take to defeat Jake Dirden. Many wrestlers tried to wrest the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship away from the iron grip of Jake Dirden. Familiar faces like “The Filipino Warrior” Elvis Aliaga, Kevin X, “The Rebel” Jeremy Wyatt all tried, but were unable to win the championship. Even former Dynamo Pro Wrestling tag team champion Outtkast tried to defeat Dirden in his specialty match, a hardcore “House of Fun” match. The fans in attendance at Off Broadway saw one of the most brutal Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship matches in history. Even with this extreme level of violence facing him, “DirdEY” Jake Dirden stood tall atop Dynamo Pro Wrestling.
The fans saw a member of the Dynamo Pro Wrestling roster that they believed had a great chance of capturing the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship from “DirdEY” Jake Dirden. He had been riding a huge wave of momentum in the Midwest and, especially, in Dynamo Pro Wrestling. On May 10th, 2014, the fans got their wish as Ricky Cruz challenged for the championship. What happened that night at The Sports Academy in Glen Carbon, Illinois is still one of the most bizarre nights in the history of the promotion. Not only was a new Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight champion crowned on that night, but it also ushered in a new era began in Dynamo Pro Wrestling….the era of “The King of Chaos”!
The new attitude of Ricky Cruz led to one of the most successful reigns of any champion in Dynamo Pro Wrestling. During his nearly seven months reign as the Dynamo Pro Wrestling champion, “The King of Chaos” retained his championship against such competitors as “The American Viking” Alexander Rudolph, “Gorgeous” Gary Jackson, Outtkast, and “The Don Mega” Shorty Biggs. While “The King of Chaos” was living up to his moniker inside the ring, Ricky Cruz was also creating history. On August 2nd, 2014, Ricky Cruz teamed up with Brandon Espinosa to win the Dynamo Pro Wrestling tag team championships. It seemed like every challenger for the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship did not have the answer regarding how to defeat “The King of Chaos”. All of that changed on December 6th, 2014.
No one believed that Mike Outlaw stood a chance against the reigning Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight champion. Ricky Cruz had every advantage going into his last championship defense of 2014 at the Stratford Bar and Grill in Fenton, Missouri. He has a huge experience advantage over his challenger. “The King of Chaos” had competed in high-profile matches all across the world. Mike Outlaw had just graduated from the Dynamo Pro Dojo earlier in the year. Cruz also the “champion’s advantage”, meaning that he had to be pinned or made to submit to lose his coveted championship. To say that Cruz was extremely confident that he would enter 2015 as the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight champion was a huge understatement. One thing that everyone seemed to overlook was the determination, drive, and heart of Mike Outlaw. As the match went on, Ricky Cruz assaulted Outlaw so badly that many fans at ringside were fearful for his safety. Yet, little by little, the fans rallied behind Mike Outlaw. They helped pushed him to levels that he never knew that he could reach. As Mike Outlaw reached the top rope for his signature “High Noon” elbow drop, the fans wondered if lightning was going to strike in Dynamo Pro Wrestling. Less than a minute, the referee counted to three. The fans exploded in jubilation as Mike Outlaw’s hand was raised as the new Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight champion.
With each win, Mike Outlaw grew more confident as the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight champion. Victories over “Ironman” Ken Kasa, Brandon Espinosa, and “The Filipino Warrior” Elvis Aliaga brought Outlaw to a new level. The fans of Dynamo Pro Wrestling were supportive of the young champion. They wondered how long the newcomer’s wave of momentum last as Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight champion. No one expected the return of “The Intelligent Monster” Jake Dirden. Fresh off of his tour of Pro Wrestling NOAH, Jake Dirden ended Outlaw’s reign as Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight champion on May 2nd, 2015. Upon regaining the championship, Jake Dirden embarked on a path of terror in Dynamo Pro Wrestling. No one was safe. The list of defeated opponents read like a “Who’s Who” in Dynamo Pro Wrestling history. Everett Connors, C.J. Shine, Billy McNeil, Brandon Aarons, and “The Don Mega” Shorty Biggs tried and failed to capture the championship. Former champion Mike Outlaw was unable to regain his championship. In September 2015, even internationally recognized professional wrestler Davey Richards was unable to wrest the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship from “The Intelligent Monster”. Officials could not stand up to Dirden’s reign of terror. On a couple of occasions, even members of Dynamo Pro Wrestling management were unable to avoid the wrath of Dirden. Fans, as well as members of the professional wrestling media, wondered if anyone could dethrone Jake Dirden as Dynamo Pro Wrestling champion.
In mid-September 2015, the Missouri Wrestling Revival website announced that they would be crowning the first ever Missouri Wrestling Revival Missouri State champion at Dynamo Pro Wrestling’s event on October 3rd at the Stratford Bar and Grill in Fenton, Missouri. Given his reign of terror and dominance throughout the area, “The Intelligent Monster” was named as one of the two competitors in this championship match. The other competitor was a familiar face to Dirden. He was the man who ended Jake Dirden’s first reign as Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight champion, “The King of Chaos” Ricky Cruz. Days prior to this monumental match-up, Dynamo Pro Wrestling management announcement announced that not only would the winner of this match become the first MWR Missouri State champion, but they would also win the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship. After another brutal chapter in the saga between Cruz and Dirden, it was “The King of Chaos” who sat atop Dynamo Pro Wrestling as a dual champion.
The new champion lived up to the reputation of the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship. Championship matches against such wrestlers as “Young and Dangerous” Evan Morris, Kevin Lee Davidson, and “The Intelligent Monster” Jake Dirden, as well as defending multiple championships throughout North America, quickly wore down “The King of Chaos”. On February 6th, 2016, at the Stratford Bar and Grill, Jake Dirden captured the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship for an unprecedented third time. By defeating Cruz, as well as former champion Mike Outlaw and Brandon Espinosa, Dirden felt that no one could stop his reign of terror in Dynamo Pro Wrestling. This reign, however, would quickly be tested. On February 27th, 2016 at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Wood River, Illinois, history would be made as Jake Dirden and Outtkast would compete in a champion versus champion match in which both the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight and D-1 championships would be on the line. At the end of the night, both men walked out of Wood River with their championships. For Outtkast, it was proof that he belonged in the Dynamo Pro championship picture. But, for Dirden, this match was a warning that anyone on the Dynamo Pro roster was capable of taking the heavyweight championship from him on any given night.
Later in 2016, Jake Dirden had once again established his stranglehold on the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship. Matches against “The King of Chaos” Ricky Cruz and Brandon Aarons made everyone aware that it would take a perfect match from a top-level competitor to take the championship away from him. On July 22nd, 2016, as a part of Natsucon at the Gateway Center in Collinsville, Illinois, Mike Outlaw was successful in defeating Delirious in the main event. Days after this historic event, it was announced that Jake Dirden would have to defend the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship against the challenge of Mike Outlaw. Dirden was furious that Outlaw would receive his opportunity to wrestle for the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship on August 20th, 2016 at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Wood River, Illinois. “The Intelligent Monster” believed that Dynamo Pro Wrestling management was showing favoritism towards Mike Outlaw based on Dirden’s only other match in Wood River and Outlaw’s one high-profile victory less than a month prior. Earlier in the night, Dirden’s anxiety reached extreme levels when Outtkast lost the Dynamo Pro Wrestling D-1 championship. As Dirden left the locker room on the way to the ring, he screamed “There is no way that both champions will lose in the same night….I GUARANTEE IT!!!” After a hard-hitting, back and forth match-up, Dirden was proven wrong! History was made in Wood River, Illinois as Mike Outlaw reached the goal of his eighteen-month quest and reclaimed the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship.
Mike Outlaw was much more confident after regaining the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship. He was no longer a rookie. He had gained much experience since his previous reign as champion. Many professional wrestlers tried to defeat Outlaw. Jon Webb, Brandon Espinosa, Jake Dirden, and “The King of Chaos” Ricky Cruz unsuccessfully their best to defeat the new champion. One man who had tried several times before to defeat Mike Outlaw, but never could, was Brandon Aarons. Every time that Aarons challenged for the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship, he would also come just short of winning the championship. Aarons always kept working out in the gym, traveling across the country competing, and waited for another opportunity to wrestle for the most coveted prize in Dynamo Pro Wrestling.
On November 26th, 2016, Brandon Aarons would get that opportunity. At The Ready Room in St. Louis, Missouri, Brandon Aarons faced Mike Outlaw once again for the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship. Considering that this was the last match in Dynamo Pro Wrestling for 2016, both men wanted to walk into 2017 as the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight champion. For over thirteen minutes, these two men gave each other their best moves. Brandon Aarons was able to survive Outlaw’s patented “Mafia Kick”. Prior to this match, no one had survived Outlaw’s “High Noon” elbow drop from the top rope. Outlaw became frustrated and, uncharacteristically, grabbed a steel chair. As Outlaw contemplated using the chair, Brandon Aarons saw his chance. He capitalized by hitting Outlaw with a series of high-impact maneuvers. Once Brandon Aarons hit his trademark “Hairflip” suplex, the referee counted to three. Brandon Aarons could not contain his emotions any longer…he was the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight champion. In an interview conducted by Luke Roberts moments after the victory, Brandon Aarons had difficulty putting his thoughts into words. “I have known Jim and Crystal since I was a young child”, Aarons said. “I have been going to Gateway Championship Wrestling events since I was twelve years old. Dynamo Pro Wrestling is an offshoot of that part of my life”, continued Aarons. “To be the first graduate of the Dynamo Pro Dojo is a huge honor. I remember watching the likes of Dingo, Delirious, Matt Sydal, Nikki Strychnine, Pete Madden, and others carrying the torch when I dreamed of being a professional wrestler. I am grateful that I can carry that torch as the Dynamo Pro Wrestling champion.”
For nearly a year, Brandon Aarons had the chance to live the dream that every professional wrestling fan has. Brandon Aarons never once hid behind his responsibilities as Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight champion. Established members of the Dynamo Pro Wrestling roster, such as “The Filipino Warrior” Elvis Aliaga, “The Hybrid Ace” Jon Webb, and Brandon Espinosa were unable to defeat the new champion. Newcomers to Dynamo Pro Wrestling like “Lights Out” Adrian Surge, “The Millennial” Danny Adams, and Barackus couldn’t figure out the formula to win the Dynamo Pro Wrestling championship from Brandon Aarons. In a “dream match” that Dynamo Pro Wrestling fans never thought would take place, Brandon Aarons defeated his trainer Dingo in defense of the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship. Post-match, Brandon Aarons said “Wrestling Dingo was probably the biggest highlight of my career thus far. Since day one, he has been my trainer, my friend, and my brother. I love him to death. To defend my championship tonight was one of the greatest honors of my career”.
Even though Aarons lost the 2017 RIOT on the River tournament finals to “Lights Out” Adrian Surge, Brandon Aarons was one of the most competitive champions in the history of the Dynamo Pro Wrestling championship. Aarons was looking forward to his defense of the championship on October 28th, 2017 against a familiar face from his youth, “The Wind of Destruction” Makaze. Even though Aarons thought he was prepared for everything that Makaze could throw his way, no one would have ever expected “The Wind of Destruction” to throw a fireball in his face near the end of the match. As the referee counted three and as medical personnel and Dynamo Pro Wrestling management tended to the fallen champion, Dynamo Pro Wrestling had come full circle. The man who lost the very first Dynamo Pro Wrestling championship match was now holding the championship.
Many Dynamo Pro Wrestling fans were stunned at the lengths that Makaze would stoop to become the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight champion. Yet, as 2017 rolled into 2018, “The Wind of Destruction” would always find a new level of depravity to keep his championship. Whether it was giving championship opportunities to newcomers like Ricky Rodriguez, threatening to hit competitors with fire extinguishers like Keon Option, breaking every rule in matches with Mike Outlaw, Outtkast, or Jackal, or threatening to light other wrestlers on fire, nothing was “too far” to go for “The Wind of Destruction.
It seemed like destiny that Makaze would have that one wrestler that he just could not defeat. For “The Wind of Destruction”, that man was “Lights Out” Adrian Surge. Surge looked to Makaze as a “father figure”. In the six-man scramble match to crown a new Dynamo Pro Wrestling D-1 champion on April 21st, Makaze attacked Surge and prevented him from winning the Dynamo Pro Wrestling D-1 championship. On May 4th, 2018, Adrian Surge defeated Makaze in a non-title match at the Sports Academy in Glen Carbon, Illinois. In the first round of the 2018 RIOT on the River tournament, “The Wind of Destruction” held down Adrian Surge’s feet, causing him to lose in the first round of the tournament. When Surge went to Dynamo Pro Wrestling management about the opportunity to wrestle Makaze one on one, Makaze put a roadblock in his way in the form of the Dynamo Pro Wrestling tag team champions, The Agents of Chaos. Event though Surge lost this match, many people could tell that Makaze was nervous of his new foe. On August 25th, “Lights Out” Adrian Surge took a stand against “The Wind of Destruction” Makaze. In front of the crowd in attendance at the Sports Academy, Surge attacked Makaze and saved C.J. Shine from any more of Makaze’s post-match savagery. Much to the disagreement of the champion, Adrian Surge got his wish. He would get a Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship match.
By the time September 21st, 2018 arrived, “Lights Out” Adrian Surge was beyond motivated. In the prior two weeks, he had won an impromptu Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship by disqualification in Columbia, Missouri and a mixed tag team match at the final 2018 RIOT on the River event in Grafton, Illinois. Surge felt that he could defeat Makaze, win the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship, and restore honor to the tarnished legacy of the championship. Both men, however, did not completely anticipate how violent their championship match would be. Under normal conditions, a lumberjack match is a rough match to participate in. Once you add the fact that every lumberjack was also armed with a leather strap, the violence reached a whole new level. Despite numerous multi-person attacks on Surge during the match, as well as an attempted assault by The Agents of Chaos, “Lights Out” Adrian Surge was able to overcome everything and defeat “The Wind of Destruction” Makaze to become the new Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight champion. In the moments after his victory, Surge stated “The journey to the Dynamo Pro championship was a long one. It feels tremendous to have finally clawed my way to the top of the Dynamo Pro Wrestling mountain. I have to be on top of my game every single night. As long as they bring their best, I promise to bring mine.”
Unfortunately, before Adrian Surge was able to bring his best, “The Wind of Destruction” Makaze and The Agents of Chaos attacked Adrian Surge after a training session in St. Louis, Missouri. As a result of the attack, “Lights Out” Adrian Surge suffered a shoulder injury that would sideline indefinitely. Much to the fans’ disappointment, Dynamo Pro Wrestling announced on November 18th, 2018 that Adrian Surge had to surrender the championship due to injury. For the first time in the promotion’s history, the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship was vacant.
No one knew who would be the next Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight champion. Everyone anticipated the decision that would be rendered by Dynamo Pro Wrestling management. After two days of closed doors meetings, Dynamo Pro Wrestling officials decided that a triple threat match would be held at the Knights of Columbus Hall in DeSoto, Missouri to determine the new Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight champion. The three competitors were former Dynamo Pro Wrestling tag team champion “The Valedictorian” Keon Option, “The King of Chaos” Ricky Cruz, and C.J. Shine. Many fans were not surprised that Ricky Cruz was given a spot in this important match, based on being a former Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight and tag team champion. Keon Option had been making huge strides in the eyes of Dynamo Pro Wrestling management since moving into singles competition. C.J. Shine had gained a huge following in recent weeks with the Dynamo Pro Wrestling fans. He also had a disqualification victory over Makaze several weeks prior at The Sports Academy in Glen Carbon, Illinois several weeks prior. Many Dynamo Pro Wrestling fans believed that “The King of Chaos” would become only the second man to hold the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship on three occasions. In the last couple of days prior to the event, several fans felt that DeSoto, Missouri would be where Keon Option would win the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship. The fans, and the locker room alike, waited to find out who would be the new champion. No one anticipated C.J. Shine to win the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight champion….no one except Makaze.
As C.J. Shine, a Dynamo Pro Dojo graduate, celebrated his championship victory, “The Wind of Destruction” chose to come to ringside and demand his rematch for the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship. After being informed that he did not have to defend his newly-won championship, C.J. Shine stepped up and offered to give Makaze his rematch that night. Unfortunately for Shine, the prior triple threat match and Makaze’s huge experience edge proved too much for the new champion. At the end of the night, Makaze left DeSoto, Missouri once again the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight champion. Moments after winning and losing the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship, C.J. Shine conducted a heartfelt interview with Dynamo Pro Wrestling’s Chris Roedel. “It felt great to win the Dynamo Pro Wrestling championship. It felt so amazing to have so many fans behind me on my professional wrestling journey.” Shine went on to add, “Losing the Dynamo Pro Wrestling championship hurts. My reign only lasted eight minutes. I made a rookie mistake. It will not happen again. I will win the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship again.”
The year 2018 closed in much the same way that 2017 did. “The Wind of Destruction” Makaze sank to even lower depths to keep the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship. On March 30th, 2019, Makaze gave a Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship opportunity to the first person to come through the curtain. To almost no one’s surprise, Makaze was not going to give anyone a fair fight. While it was never completely proven what happened in the moments prior to the match, a Dynamo Pro Dojo trainee was brought to the ring to answer Makaze’s challenge. Almost everyone knew that Makaze would unleash his brand of violence and mind games on the young man that was brought to the ring. The only problem was someone else wanted to play a different type of mind game with Makaze. As the lights went out in the Corcordia Turners Gymnasium, no one knew what was going to happen. When the lights returned to the building, a photo stood on an easel on the rampway. It was a picture of Adrian Surge with his arm in a sling, being forced to stand by his newborn son’s bed in the hospital, unable to hold him. As Makaze’s attention was drawn to the ramp and entranceway, “Lights Out” Adrian Surge made his return to Dynamo Pro Wrestling after five months due to injury. The fight that ensued, as well as the melee that occurred at the end of the night’s main event, proved one thing. The war between Makaze and “Lights Out” Adrian Surge was preparing to go further than any other feud in the history of Dynamo Pro Wrestling.
On April 20th, 2019, the storied rivalry between “The Wind of Destruction” Makaze and “Lights Out” Adrian Surge entered the Dynamo Pro Wrestling for one final epic encounter. What made this match such a landmark event in the history of Dynamo Pro Wrestling is that, not only was the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship on the line, but both men agreed that the loser of the match would retire from in-ring competition. For over twenty minutes, Makaze and Surge battled in one of the most physical championship matches in the history of Dynamo Pro Wrestling. Near the end of the match, The Agents of Chaos made one final attempt to erase Adrian Surge from the landscape of Dynamo Pro Wrestling. Moments later, The Agents of Chaos were the ones that were eliminated from the match. Makaze made one last request of Surge to end the fight with honor. Within minutes, “Lights Out” Adrian Surge hit Makaze with a spinebuster in the middle of the ring. As the referee counted to three, not only had Surge regained the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship, but he had vanquished his greatest foe from Dynamo Pro Wrestling forever. As Surge and the fans celebrated, the greatest reminder of the war, Makaze’s treasured mask, lay in the center of the ring.
Since regaining the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship, “Lights Out” Adrian Surge has been defending the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship at a record pace. He has defended the championships against the challenges of Savanna Stone, Camaro Jackson, Khalil Akbar, “The Heartthrob” Jaden, “The Ace that Sets the Pace” Ace Hawkins, Mike Outlaw, and Jimmi LaFleur. The contenders keep lining up for their opportunity to challenge the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship.
The Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship is, by far, the most coveted prize in Dynamo Pro Wrestling. For some, being the Dynamo Pro Wrestling champion is something that they will cherish for the rest of their lives. For others, the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship is the reminder that you should not give up on your goals and dreams. Many of the wrestlers that have been Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight champion have said that winning the championship has driven not only themselves, but others as well to work even harder to reach for the top prize in Dynamo Pro Wrestling. The history of the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight championship is one filled with honor, respect, chaos, power, and prestige. It will be quite to see who else will reach their dreams and become the Dynamo Pro Wrestling heavyweight champion in the future.