On Friday night’s premiere of Hardcore Hustle Organization (H2O) Subterranean Violence Lucky 777 on IndependentWrestling.tv (IWTV), 23-year hardcore veteran Lowlife Louie captured the biggest championship of his career, by defeating Ron Mathis to become the new H2O Heavyweight Champion. H2O was founded by hardcore legend “Bulldozer” Matt Tremont in 2016 in New Jersey.
He did it!
Your NEW #H2o CHAMPION!
— H2o Wrestling: Hardcore Hustle Organization (@H_2_0WRESTLING) July 4, 2020
Lowlife Louie Ramos began his career in pro wrestling in 1997 after training under indie legend Homicide. The New York City native became a regular in the NYC/New Jersey indie circuit for three decades, competing for Jersey All Pro Wrestling (JAPW) and others unto the early 2010s. But by the mid-2010s, Lowlife Louie became somewhat of a ghost. But in 2015, he made his debut with Game Changer Wrestling (GCW) and soon he began to pick up steam again, joining On Point Wrestling in 2016, and finally H2O in 2017. In 1999 he was the JAPW Suicidal Champion and in 2006 captured tag team gold with USA Xtreme Wrestling alongside Monsta Mack of Da Hit Squad. After 23 years, the childhood dream has finally come true.
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