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Missouri Rankings Update: Mike Outlaw is champion, new title match rules, and… The Math Magician?!

Posted by Ben Simon on November 6, 2021

MO Rankings


The new Official Missouri Rankings list, good through the end of 2021, 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

Mike Outlaw, referee Christopher Miles, MWR’s Ben Simon, and Moses pose at Dynamo Pro before the Missouri Championship match October 22, 2021 in Arnold, Mo. (Photo: Samantha Crim)


CMike Outlaw defeated #2Moses to become the first Missouri Heavyweight Champion since October 2019. He has undisputed claim to being not just Saint Louis’s best, but now Missouri’s best. He also holds the WrestleMax STL River City and Crown of Glory Championships.

#1The Math Magician is the number one contender. While perhaps unexpected, the popular Magician is a proven winner. Recent victories over #6Derek Teter and Jayden Dominic Rose led him to emerge at the top of our list. Parents like him too.

And now, for an adjustment…

Since 2015, the Missouri title has been on the line in every singles bout that the champion wrestles in the State. After analysis of title changes from 2015-19 (specifically upsets), Brian Kelley and Ben Simon have determined to give the MWR champ a break and increase the value of the rankings system.

Going forward, the title will always be on the line when the Missouri champion wrestles a current Top 10 contender. The contender has earned it; no ifs, ands, or buts.

For all other singles matches, it is at the champion’s discretion whether the crown is on the line. While the opponent has not necessarily earned the right to wrestle for and win the MWR belt, our champion may use it to even stakes in challenges, double title matches, etc.

Check out the full rankings supplement!

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