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Missouri Rankings Update: Hot Potato! Missouri title lands around the waist of Ace Hawkins

Posted by Ben Simon on January 3, 2019

MO Rankings

SEE THE RANKINGS

The new Official Missouri Rankings list, good through February, 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

CAce Hawkins is the new MWR Missouri champion. Going into the period, Karim Brigante still held the mantle of the best in the Show-Me State, but he lost to Jack Gamble in Green Ridge. Two weeks later, Gamble fumbled the title back to the Italian in Troy, and then Hawkins put away Karim in Fort Leonard Wood on December 15.

The bout, contested in front of hundreds of military men and women, was billed as “USA vs. Italy.” Hawkins didn’t disappoint, becoming the first three-time State king in the MWR era.

Their efforts land #5Karim Brigante and #7Jack Gamble in the Top 10.

#1Marko Stunt has suffered a broken fibula from a high-risk move in Los Angeles. As such, this will be his last appearance on the list until his return (hopefully later in 2019).

A championship duo, MMWA champ #2Brian James and WLW champ #3Jon Webb advance two spots to take the spots of inactive Jeremy Wyatt and Maverick.

#4Mike Outlaw moves up three spaces after he put away Jaden Roller and Outtkast this period.

#6Adrian Surge is injured after an attack by #10Makaze and the Agents of Chaos. While “Lights Out” still advanced due to open spaces, he had to relinquish the Dynamo Pro title. “The Wind of Destruction” Makaze quickly laid claim to the title and returns to this list.

#8Austin Lane of Cape Championship Wrestling remains about where he has been, by a thread. He has maintained activity and only lost to top tier talents, but without a win in early 2019, his time at the top is concluding.

#9Jake Dirden is in the same situation. The “Intelligent Monster” is semi-active in Missouri, and re-enters the rankings due to room opening up near the top.

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