7/24 PWX ‘Another Level’ Results Charlotte, NC

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The Powah! (Ian Payne & Big Time Ya) defeated Rayo & Jimmy Lloyd
Tracer X defeated “White Meat” Tyler Gaines

The Ugly Ducklings (Rob Killjoy, Lance Lude, & Colby Corino) w/ Coach Mikey defeated Mason Maddox, Darius Lockhart, & Chip Day w/ THE Tommy Thomas in trios action
Following the match, Thomas admonished his client Mason Maddox saying “No more losses. It’s time to do it THE TOMMY way”

PWX Innovative Television Champion “The Modern Day Viking” Gunner survived a tough challenge from “The New Age Enforcer” James Drake to retain the championship

The Revolt (Caleb Konley & Zane Riley) defeated the debuting Scarlet & Graves (Dezmond Xavier & Zachary Wentz) w/ TJ Davidson

Ethan Case hit the ring to address the PWX faithful about some grievances he has and to let everyone know he is “Mr. PWX”. Case then called out his former partner and friend Elijah Evans IV (who was accompanied by some backup) Evans IV hit the ring and got blasted by Case who wanted the match now but Evans retreated to the back

“The Product” David Starr defeated Corey Hollis in a very evenly matched contest
Following the match PWX ITV Champion Gunner attacked Starr and delivered a power bomb to the ‘King of Taunts’

Anthony Henry w/ Amber Young defeated Roderick Strong in an absolutely awesome showstealing match from both men.

Post match, Roddy proclaimed that he’d heard about Henry, even been on some shows together but he didn’t believe anything until he got in the ring with him and “Mr. ROH” says he was definitely impressed

A Video montage featuring the career of ‘Manscout’ Jake Manning was shown as a lead in to the second half of the show

PWX Tag Team Champions The Bravado Brothers (Harlem & Lancelot) defeated Team IOU (Nick Iggy & Kerry Awful) to retain the championships and run their record to 3-0 in their Open Challenge title defenses

Following the match, Harlem Bravado thanked the fans, and asked PWX management to continue bringing in the best tag teams in the world and they’ll continue to prove them wrong

Cedric Alexander defeated Marty Scurll in another fantastic 1 on 1 matchup. The WWE Global Cruiserweight Classic standout continues to electrify his home crowd in PWX.

“Manscout” Jake Manning survived a WAR in a title vs career main event defeating “The Southern Savior” John Skyler to become the new PWX World Heavyweight Champion! This match saw tables, chairs, thumbtacks and multiple outside interference.

“Manscout” closed the show by thanking the PWX faithful and saying he will now be “Over 4 Life…SCOUTS HONOR!”

PWX returns to Charlotte 8/21 Check out pwxpro.com for more information on this show & their upcoming August show

Indy Power Rankings for the Week of July 20th, 2015

Indy Power Rankings for the Week of July 20th, 2015

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#1 Tommaso Ciampa (@ProjectCiampa)-After toiling away and kicking ass on the indies for the last few years, Tommaso Ciampa collects his very first #1 ranking this week. While Ciampa didn’t win any titles or tournaments, he had two of the most impressive victories of the entire weekend as he defeated Chris Hero at AAW on 7/17 and then beat Eddie Kingston at House of Hardcore on 7/18 to go 2-0 on the weekend. It may have just been perfect timing, but this #1 ranking is long overdue for “The Sicilian Psychopath” who has been having a great couple of years.

 

#2 Masato Tanaka-Is this really 2015? With names like Ultimo Dragon and Masato Tanaka popping up all the time, it’s hard to tell what year it is. Tanaka went 3-0 last week, defeating Fujita Hayato at Zero1 on 7/16, then defeated Kintaro Kanemura at Naoshi Sano Produce on 7/17, and then defeated Kamikaze at Zero1 on 7/19. He was one of the few viable contenders for a #1 ranking this week, but he didn’t quite grab that elusive #1. That being said, with 9 straight wins to his credit, perhaps a #1 ranking isn’t that far off?

 

#3 Jack Thriller (@JackThriller9)-What a week for “The Serial Killer” as the FWF Cruiserweight Champion defeated Ryan Epic in the first round of the RCW James Wilson Memorial Tournament on 7/18 and then beat Ruff Crossing, Remi Wilkins, and Chase Matthews in the Finals to win the tournament the same day. He followed that up with a win vs. Roger Lanier at FWF on 7/18 to retain his title AND run his record to 3-0 on the week. It’s been a while since we saw Thriller in the Top 10, but that doesn’t take away from his success recently. He’s been as good as anyone in the Midwest as of late.

#4 Santana Garrett (@SantanaGarrett_)-It’s another week and another title win for the Mid-Year IPR 100 #1. We’ve said it before, but “Ultimo Dragon 2K15” has been beating everyone that is put in front of her, whether they’re male or female. Not only that, she’s collecting more and more titles where ever she goes. Don’t believe it? Well she defeated Su Yung on 7/17 to win the CWE Vixens Title and then beat her again to retain the NWA World Women’s Title on 7/19 to go 2-0 on the week. Likely the only thing that kept her from the top spot again this week was her lack of variety of opponents, BUT she can only beat who is put in front of her and THAT she has done 25 straight times.

#5 Abyss (@THEREALABYSS)-This marks the first time that Abyss has cracked the Indy Power Rankings Top 10. After mostly working TNA exclusively for a very long time, he’s been more active on the indies over the last year or so. He parlayed that into 3 big victories in the UK as he beat Medallion at Target Wrestling on 7/17, then beat Jimmy Havoc in a Monster’s Ball Match at SWE on 7/18, and then won another Monster’s Ball Match vs. Clint Margera at Kamikaze Pro on 7/19 to go 3-0 on the week. Abyss was another viable contender for the top spot this week showing how much parity there was all over the ballots.

 

#6 Brandon Espinosa (@The_B_Espinosa)-Very successful week for Espinosa as he defeated Mike Outlaw at WLW on 7/14, then beat John E. Rock and Dustin Bozworth in a Triple Threat at WLW on 7/15, and then beat Keon Option at SICW on 7/17. The only thing that may have kept him from a higher ranking was the unknown result of his match on 7/19 as that could have made a difference as to whether he was 4-0 or 3-1 this past week. Regardless of that result, a #6 ranking was well-deserved after racking up 3 straight wins to get himself ranked for the first time in quite a while.

#7 Lio Rush (@itsLiBro)-Lio Rush’s commitment to wrestling led him to a victory at MCW over the weekend, which was likely the biggest win of his career as he won the prestigious Shamrock Cup for 2015. With wins vs. Kai Katana and then a HUGE win vs. some of the top talents in the world in Shane Strickland, Matt Cross, Eddie Edwards, Brandon Scott, and Drolix in a 6 Way Elimination Match, he likely should have been ranked much higher. Democracy at its worst or best? Tough to say, but regardless, congrats to Lio Rush on his first ranking and the HUGE tournament win!

#8 Hy Zaya-The IWA Mid-South World Champion and CCW Heavyweight Champion collects yet another ranking this week as he went 2-0 with two impressive victories over the weekend. First, he defeated Shane Mercer to retain the IWA World Title on 7/17 and then followed that up with a tremendous victory vs. Lee Byford on 7/18 at CCW to retain the CCW Heavyweight Title. With IWA taking a break in August and CCW’s status up in the air, time will tell what lies ahead for “The Hood Ninja.”

#9 Ruffy Silverstein-A GREAT week for the PWA Pure Wrestling Champion lands him his first ranking this week as he defeated Ryan Swift on 7/17 to retain the title, then defeated Aiden Rayne the same day, then defeated Eddie Osbourne, HardKore Hick, “EZE” Eric Cairnie, Juan Ortiz, Reggie Marley, Big Al and Elian Habanero in an elimination match on 7/18 to retain the title and then defeated Reggie Marley and Sid Summers in a triple threat match on 7/19 to retain the title to go 4-0 for the week. This may be a name that a lot of people aren’t familiar with yet, but with 9 straight wins, perhaps that will change soon.

 

#10 Heidi Lovelace (@HeidiLovelace)-She has returned from injury and has returned to the Top 10! The RCW Heavyweight Champion teamed with Candice LeRae at AAW on 7/17 to defeat Allysin Kay & Taeler Hendrix and then beat Melanie Cruise at RCW on 7/18 to retain the title. A 2-0 week squeaks her into the Top 10 on a very competitive week. With her now seemingly healthy, expect her career to continue to spike upwards as 2015 rolls on.

Honorable Mention. Ronnie Jenkins-He JUST misses out on cracking the Top 10 as he defeated Freight Train in the first round; then “Nacho Butcher” and Cliff Compton in a three-way in the semifinals; then defeated Joey Ryan in the final to win the IWA Deep South Softcore Cup on 7/18 and go 3-0 for the week.

People’s Champ. Tommy Nova (@RCTommyNova)-Big victory in the online voting competition for the UBW Heavyweight Champion. He defeated Sween on 7/18 to retain the title and then collected 118 of 483 votes to win this week’s People’s Champ award. Congratulations to him on his first mention in the IPR!

 

Others missing out/receiving votes:

Dave Carbon

Ben Haslop

Matt Cage

Josef Von Schmidt

Rockstar Spud

Colt Cabana

Sugar Shane

Mr. Anderson

Teddy King

Blake Belakis

Ultimo Guerrero

Buzz Bloodsaw

Doug Williams

Gran Guerrero

Joseph Schwartz

Nightmare

Nixon Newell

Kuhmana

Scott Marciano

Kameron Kade

Drew Galloway

Beautiful Beaa

Luke Nukem

Ultimo Dragon

Big Damo O’Connor

Rey Bucanero

James Raideen

Katsuhiko Nakajima

Kawakami

Eli Everfly

Billy Ken Kid

Tim Storm

Adonis

Andy Brown

Bad Boy

Quiksilver

Daniel White

Sean Spade

Karsten Beck

TJ Marconi

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Indy Power Rankings for the Week of July 13th, 2015

Indy Power Rankings for the Week of July 13th, 2015

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#1 Timothy Thatcher (@britishmessiah)-Timothy Thatcher reigns supreme with his first #1 ranking! On 7/10, he did what very few have done this year as he defeated Drew Galloway. Not only that, he beat Galloway to win the EVOLVE/DGUSA Open the Freedom Gate Titles. The next day he continued his success by defeating Chris Hero to retain the EVOLVE Title on 7/11. With 5 wins in his last 6 matches, Thatcher is on a hot streak right now which he looks to continue throughout 2015. Will he be able to continue his rise up the IPR 100? We’ll see in December! With weeks like this, a climb will be insanely difficult as this was one of the toughest weeks to pick yet!!!

 

#2 Rickey Shane Page (@RickeyShanePage)-“RSP” secures yet another ranking this year as he defeated Josh Alexander at AIW to win the Absolute Title on 7/10. He followed that up with a victory over Tyler Thomas at A1 on 7/12 to retain the A1 Zero Gravity Title. A 2-0 weekend with a couple of HUGE wins continues Rickey Shane Page’s impressive 2015. Very few have experienced as much career growth in 2015 as Page as he continues to collect wins AND titles.

 

#3 Tim Donst (@TDonst)-Donst has had such an amazing 2015 as he looked some of the worst news in the eye and came out strong on the other side. That being said, he didn’t just rest on the fact that he had his health, he came back to wrestling and won a title in one of the biggest independent wrestling companies in the United States. He is the NEW CZW Wired Champion after defeating Joe Gacy for the title on 7/11. The previous day he defeated Nick Gage in an Anything Goes Match at AIW to secure a perfect weekend and yet another ranking.

#4 Leva Bates (@wrestlingleva)-Whether you call her “Blue Pants” or Leva Bates, she’s had a phenomenal 2015. She continued that success when she defeated D’arcy Dixon at GirlFight on 7/7. She followed that up when she beat Athena in the Semi-Finals of the WSU Spirit Title Tournament and then beat Hania the Howling Huntress in the Finals the same night on 7/11 to win the title. With a 3-0 record on the week, she picks up her first ranking this week amidst a TON of competition throughout the top 10 and beyond.

#5 Ricochet (@KingRicochet)-Last year’s #1 in the IPR 100 finally pops up in the Top 10 after months away from the rankings. He returned to Dragon Gate where he teamed with CIMA at Dragon Gate on 7/7 to defeat Jimmyz ( Jimmy Susumu and Ryo “Jimmy” Saito) then teamed with CIMA and Matt Sydal on 7/8 to defeat Dia.Hearts (BxB Hulk, Dragon Kid and Big R Shimizu) then teamed with Masato Yoshino on 7/10 to defeat YAMATO and Mondai Ryu, then teamed with Masato Yoshino, Matt Sydal and Akira Tozawa to defeat Naruki Doi, YAMATO, K-ness and Punch Tominaga, and then teamed with Masato Yoshino and Shingo Takagi to defeat MAD BLANKEY (Naruki Doi, YAMATO and K-ness) to go 5-0 for the week. The only thing that held him back was success in singles this week, so let’s see what the upcoming weeks in Japan bring for “The Future of Flight.”

 

#6 Zack Sabre Jr (@zacksabrejr)-We’ve said it before, but perhaps the best technical wrestler in the world picks up yet another ranking this week as he defeated Roderick Strong at EVOLVE on 7/10 and then beat TJ Perkins at EVOLVE on 7/11 to go 2-0 on the week. This UK talent is truly one of the cream of the crop right now as he continues to mow through the competition this year. Again, we reiterate though, he needs to pick up a title or two to truly get the recognition in the Top 10. What title looks most tempting to Sabre? We shall see.

#7 Shingo Takagi-After being ranked #6 last week, he falls just one spot due to heavy competition this week, but also keep in mind that he DID go 5-0 this week at Dragon Gate. He teamed with Masato Yoshino & Akira Tozawa at Dragon Gate on 7/7 to defeat T-Hawk, Eita and Kotoka, then teamed with Akira Tozawa on 7/8 to defeat Don Fujii and Gamma, then teamed with Akira Tozawa on 7/10 to defeat Don Fujii and Gamma, then defeated Yosuke (loves) Santa Maria on 7/11, and then teamed with Masato Yoshino and Ricochet on 7/12 to defeat MAD BLANKEY (Naruki Doi, YAMATO and K-ness) to go 5-0 for the week. Much like Ricochet, the only thing he lacked this week was singles success.

#8 Masato Yoshino-Dragon Gate continues to dominate the Top 10 with 3 talents in the Top 10 this week and countless others on the poll for the Tag Team Top 5. Yoshino teamed with Akira Tozawa and Shingo Takagi on 7/7 to defeat Millenials (Eita, Kotoka & T-Hawk) then teamed with Syachihoko BOY on 7/8 to defeat MAD BLANKEY (Punch Tominaga & YAMATO) then teamed with Ricochet on 7/9 to defeat MAD BLANKEY (Mondai Ryu & YAMATO) then teamed with Akira Tozawa, Ricochet and Matt Sydal on 7/11 to defeat Naruki Doi, YAMATO, K-ness and Punch Tominaga, and then teamed with Shingo Takagi & Ricochet on 7/12 to defeat MAD BLANKEY (Naruki Doi, YAMATO and K-ness) to go 5-0 for the week. He is the third talent that could have been much higher, but he’s going to need to string together some SINGLES victories to do so.

#9 Hy Zaya-The IWA Mid-South World Champion returns to the Top 10 this week as he teamed with Shane Mercer, Jake the Snake Roberts, & JC Rotten to defeat Horror Show with Joseph Schwartz on 7/9, then defeated American Viking on 7/10 to retain the title, and then teamed with Shane Mercer on 7/11 to beat The Tryout Show Rejects to go 3-0 on the week. Despite a lot of success recently, Hy Zaya likely hasn’t been getting the credit he deserves. He currently holds both the IWA Mid-South World Title AND the CCW Heavyweight Title. With a big title defense vs. Shane Mercer at IWA and vs. Lee Byford at CCW coming up, Hy Zaya has a chance to really continue to solidify himself as one of top talents on the indies this coming weekend.

 

#10 Santana Garrett (@SantanaGarrett_)-As per the norm, the multiple champion stays relevant this week with yet another ranking in the Top 10 after she defeated Samantha Slides at RPW. With 22 straight wins, the #1 in the IPR 100 at the Mid-Year Update continues to defend her titles and her top spot. With names like Akira Tozawa chomping at her heels, she’ll have to keep racking up the victories to keep them at bay.

People’s Champ. The Choff (@jkchoff)-The current QWA Champion in Australia continues to do well in the online voting competition as he is once again the People’s Champ this week outlasting a SLEW of other talent this week. Congratulations to him and to Australia, who as a continent continue to prove their worth in independent wrestling.

 

Others missing out/receiving votes:

Akira Tozawa

Hercules Senga

Lance Anoa’i

Syuri

Shane Mercer

Johnny Torres

Damien Wayne

Cassius Cutcher

Luke Hawx

Mattick

Damo O’Connor

Barbi Hayden

Ikuto Hidaka

Jigsaw (UK Talent)

Jun Kasai

Rex

Quiksilver

Maximo Suave

Ethan Page

Kandi Luv

Senga

Isami Kodaka

Marshe Rockett

Kacee Carlisle

Sage Sin Supreme

Brian Cage

Chase Brown

Dave Mastiff

Mochi Miyagi

Dirty Money

Ryan Vega

Kamaitachi

Crazy Mary Dobson

Adam Bueller

Anthony Greene

Anthony Lee

Samantha Heights

Hakim Zane

Chris Moore

Martin Stone

XXX Rated

Rush

Blake Mitchell

Heath Horton

Yuya Susuma

HUB

Tyler Tirya

Matt Sydal

Tommy Dreamer

Bad Bones

Gran Akuma

Cherry Ramons

Lil Cholo

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2015 Tag Team Top 50 Mid-Year Update (Full List)

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Listen to the Tag Team Top 50 breakdown LIVE here:

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Below, at this point, is the Tag Team Top 50, which for those of you who are unfamiliar, is a collection of 50 of the best tag teams based on their previous rankings throughout the year to date. Their rankings in the Tag Team Top 50 are 100% based on where they have been ranked in the Tag Team Top 5 this year. This is not our opinion of who the best tag teams in the world are based on who we think has the best matches, but again, just a mathematical compilation of how well they’ve done this year based on the 3 major criteria that we use to rank them on a weekly basis:

  1. Win-loss record for the week & overall
  2. Strength of opponents for the week
  3. Overall public perception of the wrestler in question (i.e. The Young Bucks have a stronger following than a regional tag team who most people have never heard of)

Here’s the Tag Team Top 50 Update:

  1. The Hooligans (Devin & Mason Cutter)
  2. Killer Elite Squad (Davey Boy Smith Jr. & Lance Archer)
  3. OI4K (Dave & Jake Crist)/Ring Rydas
  4. Monster Express (Uhaa Nation & Akira Tozawa)
  5. Wild Burning/Burning Wild (Jun Akiyama & Takao Omori)
  6. Monster Express (Shingo Takagi & Akira Tozawa)
  7. Young Bucks (Nick & Matt Jackson)
  8. Strong BJ/BJ Strong (Daisuke Sekimoto & Yuji Okabayashi)
  9. HEARTS (BxB Hulk & Kzy)
  10. MAD BLANKEY (YAMATO & Naruki Doi)
  11. Devastation Corporation (Blaster McMassive & Max Smashmaster)
  12. Kimber Bombs (Kimber Lee & Cherry Bomb)
  13. TMDK (Mikey Nicholls & Shane Haste)
  14. Monster Express (Masato Yoshino & Syachihoko BOY)
  15. Yankee Two Kenju (Yuko Miyamoto & Isami Kodaka)
  16. Team IOU (Nick Iggy & Kerry Awful)
  17. Hearts (BxB Hulk & Dragon Kid)
  18. Hunter Brothers (Jim and Lee Hunter)
  19. London Riots (James Davis & Rob Lynch)
  20. Monster Express (Akira Tozawa & Masato Yoshino)
  21. Tryout Show Rejects (Reed Bentley & John Wayne Murdoch)
  22. Viking War Party (American Viking & Jake Parnell)
  23. PPRay (Ray Rosas & Peter Avalon)
  24. Dangan Yankees (Masato Tanaka & Takashi Sugiura)
  25. Ultimo Dragon & Yoshinobu Kanemaru
  26. Sumerian Death Squad (Tommy End & Michael Dante)
  27. Zero Gravity (Brett Gakiya & CJ Esparza)
  28. AR Fox & Moose
  29. Atsushi Onita, Hideki Hosaka, & Masato Tanaka
  30. Bravado Bros
  31. Elements of Wrestling (Kaden Sade & Matt Madison)
  32. reDRagon (Bobby Fish & Kyle O’Reilly)
  33. The Addiction (Christopher Daniels & Kazarian)
  34. Trevor Lee and Andrew Everett
  35. Viking War Party (American Viking, Jake Parnell, Frank Wyatt)
  36. Hot and Spicy (Axel Dieter Jr. & Da Mack)
  37. Team 246 (Kaz Hayashi & Shuji Kondo)
  38. Fenix & Myzteziz
  39. Loose Bastards (Adam Brooks & Krackerjak)
  40. MAD BLANKEY (YAMATO & Cyber Kong)
  41. Soul Shooters (Dru Skillz & Appollo Starr)
  42. Xceed (Go Shiozaki & Kento Miyahara)
  43. Country Jacked (Corey Hollis & Adam Page)
  44. Dark Kingdom (Mitsuya Nagai & Takeshi Minamino)
  45. The Lionhearts (Eddie Ryan & Jason LaRusso)
  46. The Threat (Breyer Wellington & Nate Mattison)
  47. Worst Case Scenario
  48. The Ballard Brothers
  49. Death By Elbow (Chris Hero & JT Dunn)
  50. F1rst Generation (James Anthony & Victor Andrews)

Tuesday, July 7th, 2015: IWA Mid-South (@IWAMidSouth) United We Stand Hype Central

Here’s all the info for the Tuesday, July 7th IWA Mid-South United We Stand Hype Central on the Indy Power Rankings Reveal-
Link to listen: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/fillingthevoidrn/2015/07/07/indy-power-rankings-reveal-iwa-mid-south-united-we-stand-hype-central

Show starts at 3 PM EST as we will release the Indy Power Rankings Top 10 for the first time anywhere followed by a HUGE IWA Mid-South Hype Central where we will talk to Kathy “The Butcher” Owens, Corporal Robinson, The Hooligans, & more!

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2015 IPR 100 #IPR100 Mid-Year Update (Full List)

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Listen to the LIVE breakdown with full details here: IPR 100 on Filling the Void

Info on the IPR 100:

The IPR 100 is a collection of 100 independent wrestlers based on their previous rankings throughout the year to date. Their rankings in the IPR 100 are 100% based on where they have been ranked in the Indy Power Rankings this year. This is not our opinion of who the best wrestlers (or “workers”) in the world are based on who we think has the best matches, but again, just a mathematical compilation of how well they’ve done this year based on the 3 major criteria that we use to rank wrestlers on a weekly basis:

  1. Win-loss record for the week & overall
  2. Strength of opponents for the week
  3. Overall public perception of the wrestler in question (i.e. Chris Hero has a stronger following than a regional independent wrestler who most people have never heard of)

Without further ado…here’s the Mid-Year Update:

  1. Santana Garrett
  2. Akira Tozawa
  3. Drew Galloway
  4. Kongo Kong
  5. Ultimo Dragon
  6. Sugar Dunkerton
  7. Josh Alexander
  8. Bad Bones John Klinger
  9. John Wayne Murdoch
  10. Brian Cage
  11. Johnny Gargano
  12. Roderick Strong
  13. Jake Crist
  14. Jimmy Havoc
  15. BxB Hulk
  16. AR Fox
  17. Shynron
  18. Uhaa Nation
  19. Will Ospreay
  20. Daisuke Sekimoto
  21. John Skyler
  22. Davey Richards
  23. Rich Swann
  24. Kzy
  25. AJ Styles
  26. Doug Williams
  27. Kimber Lee
  28. Masato Yoshino
  29. Minoru Suzuki
  30. Ron Mathis
  31. Ace Perry
  32. Blake Steel/Belakis
  33. Mary Elizabeth Monroe
  34. Bubblegum
  35. Kameron Kade
  36. Matt Tremont
  37. Tommy End
  38. Zack Sabre Jr.
  39. Jigsaw
  40. Raymond Rowe
  41. Dragon Kid
  42. Jake Dirden
  43. Jason Kincaid
  44. Jimmy Rave
  45. Jun Akiyama
  46. Speedball Mike Bailey
  47. Tommaso Ciampa
  48. Volador Jr.
  49. Yuko Miyamoto
  50. Aaron Epic
  51. Adam Thornstowe
  52. Candice LeRae
  53. Dave Crist
  54. Rhett Giddins
  55. Jimmy Susumu
  56. Kay Lee Ray
  57. Louis Lyndon
  58. Rampage Brown
  59. Tessa Blanchard
  60. Yuji Okabayashi
  61. Acid Haze
  62. Davey Vega
  63. Ethan Page
  64. JT Dunn
  65. Marty Scurll
  66. Samoa Joe
  67. Shingo Takagi
  68. Axel Dieter Jr.
  69. Ilja Dragunov
  70. Luxford
  71. Rickey Shane Page/Christian Faith
  72. BLK Jeez
  73. Demolition Davies
  74. KENSO
  75. Aaron O’Malley
  76. Bryan Skyline
  77. Crusher Craib
  78. Johnny Evers
  79. Nicole Savoy
  80. RIP
  81. Victor Andrews
  82. Biff Busick
  83. Chase Owens
  84. Eddie Kingston
  85. Matt Riviera
  86. Robert Dreissker
  87. Zakk SpadeZ
  88. Brandon White
  89. Chasyn Rance
  90. Chet Sterling
  91. Chris Masters
  92. Dylan Bostic
  93. Jax Dane
  94. Kotaro Suzuki
  95. Shane Mercer
  96. Soner Durson
  97. Tyson Moore
  98. Rob Conway
  99. Chris Hero
  100. Reed Bentley

The #IPR100 Mid-Year Update is coming…

2014 IPR 100

On Tuesday, June 30th, we’ll bring you the 2015 IPR 100 Mid-Year Update on Filling the Void Radio. The show starts at 3 PM Eastern as we will take 2 full hours to breakdown the entire top 100 wrestlers on the indies in 2015 as ranked by the Indy Power Rankings crew throughout the year, to date.

Guests and further info to be announced soon!

Listen here: IPR 100 on Filling the Void Radio

Info on the IPR 100:

The IPR 100 is a collection of 100 independent wrestlers based on their previous rankings throughout the year to date. Their rankings in the IPR 100 are 100% based on where they have been ranked in the Indy Power Rankings this year. This is not our opinion of who the best wrestlers (or “workers”) in the world are based on who we think has the best matches, but again, just a mathematical compilation of how well they’ve done this year based on the 3 major criteria that we use to rank wrestlers on a weekly basis:

  1. Win-loss record for the week & overall
  2. Strength of opponents for the week
  3. Overall public perception of the wrestler in question (i.e. Chris Hero has a stronger following than a regional independent wrestler who most people have never heard of)