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Jake Dirden has been UNSTOPPABLE since his return from Pro Wrestling NOAH

Posted by flairwhoooooo on July 27, 2013

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The hottest rookie in the world today, Jake Dirden has returned from Japan on a mission to destroy whoever is in his path of destruction. The Dynamo Pro Wrestling trainee wisely took the opportunity to train in Eldon in 2012 with Harley Race, WLW, WWE and Pro Wrestling Noah. After the camp was through he was quickly signed up for a tour of Japan in the in the spring through the first of July.

It would not take long for the men of the Midwest to feel the pain as Dirden returned to Dynamo and won a handicap match against Billy McNeil & Dash Rando in his first match back; it started as a singles match between Dirden and Rando but Billy challenged Dirden to make it a two-on-one bout. Dirden chokeslammed McNeil, then got the submission win on Rando with the Asiatic Spike. Dirden was not done as he made his impact felt in the main event later that evening during the Dynamo Champion Dan Walsh’s title defense against Ricky Cruz. Wrestling expert Patrick Brandmeyer called the action as Cruz superkicked Walsh and went for the pin but Kevin X pulled the referee out of the ring. Jake Dirden jumped the guardrail to interfere but Walsh and Cruz briefly worked together to clear him out of the ring. Once the field was clear, Walsh hit Cruz with Paydirt to get the win and retain his title.

At Proving Ground Pro Dirden continued his winning ways when he teamed up with Nelson Sixx to get the win against Bragg’N’Swagg.

Yet the pain was set at an all-time high as Jake Dirden entered FIST COMBATE 2 AT POPS NIGHTCLUB as he once defeated Poodoo The Cow(w/ Dash Rando & C.J. McManus) with the Asiatic Spike to enter the four corner match to receive a shot at Billy McNeil to be named the FIST Combat Champion.

In a brutal four-corner match with Ricky Cruz, Dave Vaughn, and Alexandre Rudolph that could have gone to either of the four men it would be Dirden who would get the submission win with the Asiatic Spike as Cruz fought with Vaughn outside the ring.

It would be a battle of Power vs. Speed when Dirden met Billy McNeil to for FIST Title. Dirden dominated the bout despite having already competed in two prior matches; Billy fought back with a tornado DDT and a double-kneedrive to the back of the head, but missed a swanton bomb. That led to Dirden getting the win after a huge chokeslam.


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