Black Label Pro Turbo Graps 16 Competitors Announced

Turbo Graps 16
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Indie promotion Black Label Pro has put together one of the most stacked tournament lineups anywhere on the indies this year for Turbo Graps 16.  With Battle Of Los Angeles presumably punted to next year it is sure to be one of the biggest superindie tournaments in the US this year.  Here’s the lineup:

  • Brian Myers (fka Curt Hawkins)
  • ACH (former AAW Champion)
  • Ethan Page (Longest reigning IMPACT Tag Team Champion in history)
  • JD Drake (former WWN Champion)
  • EFFY (former 2-time FEST Wrestling Champion)
  • “Filthy” Tom Lawlor (former MLW World Champion)
  • Chris Bey (former IMPACT X-Division Champion)
  • A Very Good Professional Wrestler (the last CHIKARA Grand Champion)
  • AJ Gray (current Crown Of Glory Champion)
  • Blake Christian (recent NJPW debutant)
  • Erick Stevens (former BLP Heavyweight Champion)
  • Isaias Velazquez (former 2-time Freelance World Champion)
  • Alex Zayne (former HOPE Young Guns Champion)
  • Levi Everett (former DDT Ironman Heaymetalweight Champion)
  • Dan The Dad (current A1 Zero Gravity Champion)
  • Kylie Rae (current Freelance World Champion & BLP Midwest Champion)

Turbo Graps 16 is one of the strongest collections of wrestlers you’ll see on the indies this year with a number of the scenes top names like Kylie Rae, Chris Bey, Blake Christian, and JD Drake just a small number of the talented performers involved.  The tournament promises to be a highlight of 2020 and should it deliver we could see Turbo Graps 16 attempt to challenge BOLA at the peak of indie wrestling tournaments in the United States.

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.  This tournament will be live to view on Independent Wrestling TV