Indy Power Rankings for the Week of November 25th, 2013

Indy Power Rankings

Rankings for the Week of November 25th, 2013

1. Matt Tremont-“The Bulldozer” scores his first ever #1 ranking!  This week he defeated Joey Janela at OnPoint Wrestling to run his 2 week total to 4-0 (with a
win in Carnage Cup 9 last week). According to and, he has not lost since August 10th of 2013.   Looks like 8 straight for the big man! Crucial matches on 12/6 and 12/14 will be huge as to his placement in the IPR 100.

2. Caleb Konley-The PWX Heavyweight Champion gets his highest ranking
to date as he successfully defended his title on back to back nights. “The Midnight Son” first defeated Tony Nese on 11/22 at PWX Climbing the Ladder,
then defeated Adam Page, Cedric Alexander, and Corey Hollis in a Ladder  Match to retain the title. He’s now won 3 out of his last 4 matches.

3. Aaron Williams-The Rockstar Pro Champion is continuing to rack up wins as he has now grabbed his highest ranking to date! This week he defeated Jon Murray at Rockstar Pro before travelling to D1W in Charlestown, IN where he teamed with Ron Mathis to defeat Big Dusty & Matt Atreya to win the D1W Tag Team Titles. Now a double champion, Aaron Williams doesn’t look to be slowing down any time soon with 4 wins in the last 2 weeks.

4. Michael BS Hayes-1/2 of the OVW Southern Tag Team Champions flew up the Indy Power Rankings this week after having picked up his 10th straight win
(according to His last loss was a tag team match on 10/16/13. Impressive string of victories for the primarily tag team wrestler.

5. Marshe Rockett-All he does is win. A 2-0 weekend for the DREAMWAVE
Alternative Champion adds to his already impressive 8 match win streak. According to, his last loss was in the DREAMWAVE Good as
Gold Battle Royal on 9/14/13. This week he defeated M.T.W. DaCobra at RPW and Mr. Bank$ to run his streak to 10 wins.

6. Hallowicked-The NEW Wrestlejam Champion made a big impact this week with his wins at Wrestlejam and Wrestling is Respect. His Wrestlejam Tournament victory and title win was impressive and somewhat surprising. Speaking of surprises, his introduction as Drew Gulak’s mystery partner
in the win over Green Ant and Fire Ant at Wrestling is Respect was slightly surprising as well. Can Hallowicked maintain this new found success?

7. Matt Taven-The ROH TV Champion travelled to TRP where he defeated Biff Busick and then followed that up with a victory at LSP over Vinny Marseglia to
go 2-0 on the weekend. Taven has been on fire throughout 2013 and the question now remains…will he still hold the ROH TV title entering 2014?

8. Isys Ephex-The 2CW Heavyweight Champion did what he does best when 2CW shows roll around; he won. On this occasion, he won twice. On 11/22 he  defeated Jason Axe and then followed that up on 11/23 with a victory vs. Colin Delaney. That is 7 straight wins and 10 successful title defenses for the 2CW Champion.

9. Dojo Bros (Roderick Strong & Eddie Edwards)-A BIG 2-0 weekend for The Dojo Bros gets them in the top 10 for the very first time. While they haven’t scored a lot of wins as a team, they’ve been impressive time and time again  together.  This week, it was their victories over Kevin Graham & Punisher
VanSlyke (now the 2CW Tag Team Champions) and last week’s #5 The
Young Bucks that gets them in.

10. Shane Hollister-The AAW Heavyweight Champion returns to the Indy Power Rankings after a couple of weeks off. This time, he gets in with a big 6
man tag team victory at SCW as he teamed with Marek Brave and Vader
(yes, THAT Vader) to defeat Mallaki Matthews, Christian Rose, and Tyler Priegel. With big AAW shows, “The Shug” is looking to move up the rankings
once again.

Major Names Ineligible this week due to inactivity:
Global Green
Gangsters, Daywalkers
(as a team), reDRagon
(as a team), Brian Cage, Drake Younger

Just missing out/Others receiving votes:
The Hooligans: 1-0 weekend with a successful SNPW title defense
Gary Jay/Gerald James: Added a VWAA title to his collection on 11/24
Drew Gulak: Big tag team win at WIR on 11/24 vs. Green Ant & Fire Ant
Jocephus: Won the RPW Heavyweight Title from Robert Anthony on 11/24
Kimber Lee/Princess Kimberlee: Defeated Portia Perez at WIF! On 11/23-Won
6 of 7
Michael Elgin: 2-1 Record over the weekend
Slyck Wagner Brown: 2-0 at 2CW and Chaotic Wrestling
Chris Dickinson: 2-0 weekend at WIR and OPW.  3 straight wins, overall.
Pinkie Sanchez: 1-0 at OPW. 4 straight wins, overall.
Shane Hollister: 1-0 at SCW
Mark Shurman: 1-0 with a successful CW Title defense vs. MPG
Wildman Kongo: 1-0 with a win vs. Anthony Greene at TRP
Tommaso Ciampa: 1-0 with a win vs. Biff Busick at XWA
Shane Strickland: 2-0 at XWA and OPW
Ricky Love-Successful IPW Title Defense
Kristian Frost-Successful XWA Title Defense
David Starr: 2-1 weekend
JT Dunn: 3-1 weekend
Thomas Sinclair: New VWAA Champion
Kevin Steen: 2-0 at 2CW
Adam Cole: 2-1 at Tidal Wave Wrestling and PROGRESS

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Only wrestlers who did not wrestle for the WWE or TNA during the voting period are qualified. This means that OVW wrestlers who are contracted to TNA are eligible, providing that they did not wrestle for TNA during the voting period. NXT wrestlers are not eligible for this list. Any wrestler who does NOT wrestle during the week are not eligible for that week’s list. This is a list of wrestlers who primarily compete in the U.S. or they can qualify by going on an extended tour of the U.S. (i.e. if Jushin ‘Thunder Liger goes 3-0 on American soil).

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