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Limitless Wrestling fans, the first edition of “Who’s Hot & Who’s Not” is here, presenting a rundown of some of the most dominant competitors in Limitless thus far, as well as those merely holding on to a roster spot.


Ace Romero (6-0) – Romero is the obvious starting point, and for good reason. Over the past year Romero has competed against not only some of the best in the Northeast, but arguably some of the best across North America inside a Limitless Wrestling ring. Coming off of a victory in July against Ring of Honor’s Donovan Dijak, Romero heads into “Past Your Bedtime” on 9/24 out of his comfort zone once again, as he’ll be going one-on-one with AR Fox. Not only will he be attempting to thwart Fox’s aerial assault, but he’ll need to keep in mind that anything goes in this contest, unlike any other match he’s had in Limitless. Will the goose egg in the loss column still stand after 9/24?


“All Good” Anthony Greene – (5-0) – AG’s win streak had been somewhat flying under the radar throughout the year, but after his victory over Ring of Honor’s “WarBeard” Hanson in May, many started to take notice that Greene wasn’t just a flash in the pan. After walking out of “Hook, Line, & Sinker” victorious over two of the best in New England, JT Dunn and Brian Fury, it’s tough to figure out what can stop AG’s momentum. He’ll be tested once again at “Past Your Bedtime” on 9/24 as he goes one-on-one with DUSTIN in a first time ever encounter.


DangerKid (2-2) – The record may not be as appealing as the previous two, but the success is undeniable. From the head of the ring crew at our first event, to a permanent roster spot one year later. The collision course DangerKid has traveled over the past twelve months has been absolutely worth it. After two unsuccessful tag team endeavors (w/ Alexander Lee & Wrecking Ball Legursky) DK certainly proved he was capable of success on his own, defeating Aiden Aggro in May and Alexander Lee in a Fans Bring The Weapons match in July. Looking ahead to 9/24, hopefully the third time is the charm in the tag team division, as he’ll be teaming with Aiden Aggro against New England Pro Wrestling Academy standouts, Christian Casanova & Brick Mastone.

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Xavier Bell (2-4) – The opportunities have been presented, however the results haven’t been in Bell’s favor. After starting out 2-2 in Limitless, it seemed like all Bell needed was one big victory to push himself into the upper echelon of the company…but that never happened. He was out powered by WWE’s Tommaso Ciampa in May, and out wrestled by the current CZW Champion, Jonathan Gresham in July. So what’s next? Well, someone who can out power OR out wrestle Bell, “Hot Sauce” Tracy Williams. This is almost like one of those last chance matches, but it’s just not labeled that way. We’re eager to see Bell in action with everything on the line.


“Top Shelf” Troy Nelson (0-5) – We may love Top Shelf, but Lady Luck sure doesn’t. Nelson has turned over a new leaf recently, being more of a social and lovable drunk instead of a blabbering goon. And with the help of Max Smashmaster & Flex Rumblecrunch, Nelson nearly had his first taste of victory in Limitless Wrestling (maybe his career)! However once again the thorn in the side of Nelson for months now, Jeremy Leary, escaped victorious with the East Coast Bastard Crew. So instead of shaming Nelson for his lackluster Win/Loss record, we’re going to do something we haven’t done before: give him a singles match on 9/24 in Orono.


AR Fox (0-2) – Probably the most surprising name on this list, but definitely one we wanted to talk about. There’s no shame in an 0-2 record when your two opponents were Donovan Dijak and Ace Romero. However, when you’re a world traveled athlete like AR Fox, every win and loss means something. You don’t see competitors winning championships and traveling the globe on losses. And I know it sounds extreme talking about AR Fox’s Win/Loss record in Limitless like this, but Fox is a guy who takes absolutely every match and every opponent seriously. He’s the most dedicated professional wrestler you’ll meet about what he does and how he conducts himself in the ring. So 9/24 is absolutely huge for Fox, to not only prove he’s one of the best in Limitless, to not only prove he’s one of the most impressive athletes in professional wrestling, but to prove that Ace Romero’s win in January WAS a fluke.

Tickets for “Past Your Bedtime” are still available HERE! Limited tickets remain!



“Hook, Line, & Sinker”
Saturday, July 23rd, 2016
American Legion Post 84 – Orono, ME

– Donovan Dijak vs. Ace Romero
– JT Dunn vs. Brian Fury vs. Anthony Greene
– Jonathan Gresham vs. Xavier Bell
– Hanson vs. John Silver
– East Coast Bastard Crew vs. Troy Nelson & The Devastation Corporation
– Fans Bring The Weapons: Alexander Lee vs. DangerKid
– Luke Robinson vs. Adam Booker
– EYFBO vs. Brick N Bad vs. The Super Savages
– Darius Carter vs. Johnny Torres

“Hook, Line, & Sinker” DVD – $12

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“Hook, Line, & Sinker” was a special night for one of LW’s hottest commodities, DangerKid. From being the head of the ring crew in September of 2015, to defeating Alexander Lee in a Fans Bring The Weapons match on our biggest event yet, the past 11 months have been a wild ride for DK. And while that wild ride continues for DK, Alexander Lee finds himself at a crucial point of his existence amongst Limitless Wrestling.

Lee, who’s typically reluctant, if not purposefully difficult to reach for comment, was eager to speak with about his future;

“I’ve been waiting for this call because I knew exactly what you all were hoping for. A broken man provides a good story for you chickenhawks to plaster all over social media.

Punk trainee defeats ex-mentor really makes for a picture perfect disney ending, yeah? Where I, the asshole, am to fade in mediocrity, hate wrestling, and hate myself? Well fuck you, this isn’t story time, this is pro wrestling and if you want me out of the picture of Limitless you’ll have to cut me out harshly like an overgrown tumor from it’s host.

My passion and love for violence I’ve left is stronger than ever. My only lingering issue is wasting my time trying to help shape fucks like Aggro and DK’s path into professional wrestling. The key word is perspective. They don’t realize exactly how heartless, loveless this bitch of a business is yet. Not that i’ve been as successful as I had hoped in 2005 and have this massive clout to spit wisdom from, far from it. It doesn’t take rocket appliances to see the base truth, though. The boys are oh so friendly and helpful when it benefits them, and as soon as it’s not, it’s straight knives in your back.

I admit, my way of going about showing them what this is all about may have been rough, but it was the only way in my opinion. I’ve realized my mistake, grown from it, and am ready to move on. I didn’t surround myself with like-minded, wild, and equally cynical people. I let my ego take sway and tried to build an empire upon matchsticks thinking they could carry weight like granite.

As of right now, how I see it is I’m bottom of the totem pole. Still the asshole with nothing to lose but life and limb. Limitless Wrestling is my last stab at doing something meaningful in this sport. Short-term, I will defeat and bloody Aiden Aggro. I will defeat and break some part of the DangerKid.

Long-term, it’s seeing this asshole going blood for blood against the Hansons, Dijaks, and Dunns of the world, with a crooked smile on my face as I succeed. It’s becoming the battle scarred, waitron, and ugly face of Limitless Wrestling. I could think of no greater delight then to see the promoter cringing at having to admit I’m his flagship.”

Lee has laid out some bold and ambitious plans for the future, but can he live up to his expectations moving forward?

Tickets for “Past Your Bedtime” on 9/24 are available HERE!


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