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Missouri Rankings Update: Top 10 gets “Fun Sized!”

Posted by Ben Simon on November 2, 2018

MO Rankings

SEE THE RANKINGS

The new Official Missouri Rankings list, good through the end of 2018, has been calculated and published.  Head over to the MO Rankings page for the latest publication.  To qualify for the Top 10, a wrestler must have the highest ratings with consistent activity (RD ≤ 175).  Rankings are published every two months.

For details on how the rankings work, read the Introduction

MOVEMENTS & EXPLANATIONS

CKarim Brigante is back, with two more defenses under his belt. Potential challengers may have only a couple months to wrest the title from him before he returns to Europe.

#1Marko Stunt is one of the fastest-rising stars on the indies. Here, he went an incredible 4-0 these past two months and even won the big belt in Cape Championship Wrestling. The 5’2″ star has #9Austin Lane’s number, your number, my number… could he have Karim Brigante’s number? That’s up to promoters to make the match.

#2Jeremy Wyatt and #3Maverick are the last remnants of the NWL wrestlers who ceased competing in Missouri after the closure of the State’s most active company. In the likely scenario they doesn’t wrestle in what’s left of 2018, they will drop in January.

#4Brian James saw no action, but the MMWA champion advances two spots due to the departures of Dak Draper and Gary Jay.

#5Jon Webb dropped a decision on October 6 to Jack Gamble that sunk him two rungs. Despite outside interference for neither wrestler’s benefit, the WLW champion was disqualified. While it should have been a no contest, these rankings live and die on official decisions, verified twice following each event.

#6Kyle Roberts was impressive in victories over Jayden Dominic Rose and Leland Race (in a tables match). The New Breed king advances three spaces.

Departures of Justin Smart and Da’Marius Jones make way for new entries 7-10, all of whom we’ve seen before on the list.

#7Mike Outlaw has cleaned up the Dynamo Pro midcard and should gun for the big belt soon, held by…

#8Adrian Surge! “Lights Out” turned Makaze pitch-dark to knock the now-former champ out off this list, cement his own spot on the list, and win the DPW title.

As for Lane, the ninth spot was secured oddly, in a bad two months for “The Best of the Best.” Lane was highly rated before, and simply met the required activity threshold.

Finally, for #10Gary Jackson, a slow but steady schedule brings him back into the race.

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