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Missouri Rankings Update: Jacksyn Crowley’s time is now!

Posted by Ben Simon on May 4, 2019

MO Rankings


The new Official Missouri Rankings list, good through June, 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


CAce Hawkins finished off three challengers this period (including rival Brandon Espinosa in a Last Man Standing war), continuing his cumulative longest Missouri title reign in modern history.

#1Jon Webb and #2Mike Outlaw had excellent undefeated performances in the last two months, so they take the spot of the former top dog, #3Brian James. “Da Bomb” James lost the MMWA title to Barackus on March 9.

A new CCW champ was crowned when #4Jacksyn Crowley beat #7Jake Dirden on April 27. As a result, Crowley takes Dirden’s spot in the ranks, and “Dirdey” slips three spaces.

#5Adrian Surge is back! “Lights Out” regained the Dynamo Pro title against Makaze on April 20. Surge switches places with #6Karim Brigante.

#8Steve Fender returns to the list after going 3-0 in March and April.

#9Jason Vaughn and #10R.W. Harty debut on our list. “The Fury” Vaughn’s feud with Derrick King has solidified himself as AHCW king. “The Southeast Missouri Outlaw” Harty has wrestled consistently, and his most recent matches made him eligible.

Makaze and Jack Gamble have seemingly retired; both men drop from the rankings. Gamble left his boots in the ring after a loss to Webb at WLW’s biggest card of the year, and Makaze lost a retirement match.

Jayden Dominic Rose lost his spot in the Top 10 when he lost his WLW Junior Heavyweight crown to Da’Marius Jones on March 9.

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