This past Saturday, Black Label Pro (BLP) Wrestling in Crown Point, Indiana held it’s second annual Darkest Timeline Tournament. Last year’s tournament crowned the first BLP Heavyweight Champion in “Filthy” Tom Lawlor, while this year’s crowned the first BLP Indiana State Champion, as BLP added it’s first secondary title. In the end, emerging Canadian indie star Kobe Durst emerged victorious in a 6-way match with Brian Pillman Jr., Kevin Ku, Marko Stunt, PCO and Tom Lawlor.
Kobe Durst Wins Inaugural Black Label Pro Indiana Championship
— Black Label Pro (@BLabelPro) September 23, 2018
Toronto, Ontario’s Kobe Durst has been wrestling for five years now in the Canadian indie scene, working primarily out of Ethan Page‘s Alpha-1 (A1) promotion in Hamilton, but also working with Smash Wrestling and Ottawa’s Capitol City Championship Combat (C4), where he had a 434 day reign as A1’s Alpha Male Champion and is in the midst of 360+ day reign as the C4 Champion. He’s slowly been working more US indies in the past two years, such as Absolute Intense Wrestling (AIW), EVOLVE, Freelance Wrestling, as well as debuting with BLP at their inaugural event, last year’s first Darkest Timeline Tournament.