Limitless Wrestling Power Rankings
9/8/17

It’s almost here. It seems crazy that two years ago, Limitless Wrestling was born in the back of a pizza hall in central Maine, and now we’re just TWO WEEKS away from our two year anniversary event at The Westbrook Armory in Westbrook, ME!

With so many matches on the horizon with the potential of being career changers, what better time to unveil the first edition of the Limitless Wrestling Power Rankings! So take a look at the full rundown below, and give us your take: @LWMaine on Twitter. Here we go..

#1 – “Pro Wrestling Savior” JT Dunn
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Who else could it be!? JT Dunn is in the midst of the best year of his career, and has taken Limitless Wrestling by storm throughout it. Some of the best in the world (Cody Rhodes, Jonathan Gresham, & Super Crazy to name a few) have traveled to Westbrook, Maine to collide with Pro Wrestling’s Savior, and all have been sent home with a loss. Honestly, how the hell can you gameplan for someone ready to drive their elbow into your skull at any time!? JT looks to continue his winning ways in Westbrook on September 22nd as he goes one-on-one with Joey Janela!

#2 – “All Good” Anthony Greene
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Undefeated, no more. “All Good” Anthony Greene was only TWO MONTHS away from making it a full two years undefeated until he and Ace Romero’s tag team loss at “Nothing Gold Can Stay” in July. However, one loss does not overshadow 13 consecutive victories inside a Limitless Wrestling ring. This year alone, AG has pinned Paul London, The Maine State Posse, and Donovan Dijak (twice). He looks to get back on track in the BIGGEST match of his career as he goes one-on-one with Ace Romero with Special Guest Referee, Brian Fury on 9/22!

#3 – Ace Romero
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I don’t think anyone on the Limitless Wrestling roster has been truly tested like Ace Romero has been. It’s amazing when wrestlers can test out and eventually adapt to new styles, but it usually starts with a feeling out process. Not for Ace Romero. This year alone, Ace has had SIX first time ever opponents, and his first ever bonafide deathmatch inside a Limitless Wrestling ring. And the success is there. In seven total matches this year in Limitless, Ace is 6-1 with victories over Ethan Page, Donovan Dijak, Michael Elgin, and Keith Lee. Can he make it 7-1 on 9/22, defeating former tag team partner Anthony Greene?

#4 – AR Fox
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On paper, it may not seem like an upset to see “AR Fox pins Ace Romero” on a results sheet. We’ve seen these two go back and forth numerous times, trading wins and losses throughout our nearly two year history. However, AR Fox accomplished something that NO ONE has been able to accomplish in 22 months of Limitless Wrestling when he pinned Ace Romero in July: defeat Anthony Greene. A victory of that magnitude lands Fox in the number 4 spot on this edition of the Limitless Power Rankings, and earned him one of the niftiest matches of his career, as he collides with Jack Swagger on 9/22 in Westbrook!

#5 – “Top Shelf” Troy Nelson
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Anyone automatically start singing “Lido Shuffle” when they saw Top Shelf pop up? Just me? OK. What a year it’s been for the tipsy grappler of Haverhill, Massachusetts. A success story NO ONE saw coming after Nelson lost every match he was a part of in year one of Limitless Wrestling. Year two? A much different story. Victory after victory, against superstar after superstar, including Kikutaro, Dick Justice, and Colt Cabana! Nelson is one victory away from going one full year undefeated, but he needs to get through Sidney Bakabella’s hired fun gun, SWOGGLE to do so!

#6 – Maxwell Jacob Friedman
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A fan summed up MJF to me the other day, “Dude is a sleazeball but a damn good professional wrestler.” How can I disagree? Friedman made his Limitless Wrestling debut in March and walked out victorious, defeating five others in a scramble match. And from there, the heat was on. MJF was thrust into a big match opportunity, and certainly made the most of it, defeating Sami Callihan in July. Who’s next!? TEDDY F’N HART. CLICK HERE to check out MJF’s comments heading into his first time ever collision with Hart on 9/22 in Westbrook!

#7 – Skylar
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What other profession can you say “I kicked off my year in Limitless Wrestling defeating my boyfriend in front of a sold out crowd?” Wrestling rules. And so does Skylar! The progression of Skylar from her Limitless in-ring debut in October of 2016 to this year is insane. She’s scored victories over Jeremy Leary, Tyler Nitro, and Cam Zagami this year alone, and returns after a three month absence at “Question The Answers” on 9/22 against Willow Nightingale!

#8 – Jay Freddie
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If you’ve been on LimitlessWrestling.com lately, you’ve learned a little about the career of Jay Freddie. From early opportunities with Ring Of Honor, to tours with Wrestle-1 in Japan, it’s been quite a ride for Freddie thus far. Since his Limitless debut in March, Freddie has gone 1-1, with a victory over Chris Dickinson and a loss to Anthony Henry. Jay returns on September 22nd in Westbrook, and has said recently, “I’m looking to go in a new direction starting on 9/22 if the chance is there.” We’re open to suggestions, Jay..

#9 – “Raw Dog” John Silver
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While the win-loss record may not be glamorous (1-4), the momentum is there for John Silver to catch fire and take off. We’ve seen the rise of Silver over the last year in companies around the northeast like Beyond Wrestling, but the success never followed him into Limitless until July rolled around. It was like a new side of Silver, who absolutely controlled and manhandled his competitors in the Six Man Scramble he eventually won. Silver will be put to the test once again on 9/22 in Westbrook, but against who..?

#10 – Jeff Cannonball
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What a wild card to cap off this list, huh? Jeff Cannonball made his Limitless Wrestling debut at La Kermesse Weekend this past June and walked out the MVP of the festival, defeating Alexander Lee on Night 1, and defeating Skylar & Xavier Bell alongside Terra Calaway on Night 2. When you can walk in to a new company and defeat three mainstays in two days, that’s a sign of success to come. Cannonball makes his Westbrook debut on 9/22 as a part of the Six Man Scramble!

CLICK HERE to purchase tickets for our TWO YEAR Anniversary Show, “Question The Answers” on Friday, September 22nd in Westbrook!

 

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