Indie Wrestler Adam Bueller Loses Battle With Cancer, Aged 36

Sad news from the US indie scene as longtime Midwest indie wrestler Adam Bueller has passed away following a second battle against cancer. He was 36 years old. A GoFundMe has been organized to help his family, including his children, during this hard time.

Originally from Lewisburg, Ohio, Adam Bueller was trained by former TNA/IMPACT star Shark Boy and made his wrestling debut in 2004. He got his start in the Indiana region, where he would relocate, working with Extreme Wrestling Federation (EWF) where he was originally known as Sikness.

In 2007, he debuted with Indiana’s Underground Championship Wrestling (UCW), which soon became NWA Underground. The company went under several name changes over the years, to Pro Wrestling ZERO1 USA Underground (2012), Ultimate Championship Wrestling (2012-2013), and finally Pro Wrestling King (PWK), but Bueller remained a fixture in the company throughout his entire career.

Adam Bueller would also work various other Midwest promotions, such as Dan Severn‘s Price of Glory (PoG) in Coldwater, Michigan, and IWA Mid South (competing in the 2015 IWA-MS King of the Deathmatches Tournament), as well as West Virginia’s Vicous Outcast Wrestling (VOW). He was a former PWK King Online Michiana Champion, NWA Underground Champion, and PoG Tag Team Champion with Jamie Eternal in the tag team Sick & Twisted.

Adam Bueller had beaten cancer once before and was documenting this current battle with cancer in an effort to beat it for a second time. Unfortunately for all, cancer prevailed in its return and Adam Bueller passed away at the age of 36.

LWOPW sends out our deepest condolences to the entire Bueller family, as well as Adam’s fans, friends, and colleagues. Stay tuned to the Last Word on Pro Wrestling for more on this and other stories from around the world of wrestling, as they develop. You can always count on LWOPW to be on top of the major news in the wrestling world, as well as to provide you with analysis, previews, videos, interviews, and editorials on the wrestling world.


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