Maximum Pro Wrestling

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Maximum Pro Wrestling
Acronym MaxPro
Founded 2010
Style American Wrestling
Headquarters Windsor & Toronto, Ontario
Founder(s) Scott D'Amore
Arda Ocal
Jason Brown
Jeffrey Scott
James Trepanier
Dave Blezard
Website Maximum Pro Wrestling Official Website

Maximum Pro Wrestling (MaxPro) is a Canadian independent professional wrestling organization, founded in 2010 with the merger of Scott D'Amore's Border City Wrestling out of Windsor, Ontario and BSE Pro Wrestling out of Toronto, Ontario.

History[edit]

The formation of MaxPro was confirmed on February 3, 2010 when D'Amore announced that he was leaving his position as an Agent with Total Nonstop Action Wrestling to pursue this new project within Ontario.[1]

On March 3, 2010 a partnership was announced between MaxPro and Dragon Gate USA that will bring Dragon Gate USA to Canada for the first time with shows scheduled on May 7 and 8 in Windsor and Toronto respectively.[2]

The company's inaugural tour in March 2010 was labeled as The March Breakdown Tour and was held in the cities of Niagara Falls, Chatham, and Georgetown, Ontario. Rhino headlined all three events for the tour.[3]

The company's second tour in April 2010 was labeled as The Spring Loaded Tour and was held in the cities of Windsor, Markham, and Woodstock, Ontario. Tommy Dreamer wrestled on all 3 events for the tour.

The company's third tour in April 2010 was labeled as The Gold Rush Tour and was held in the cities of Timmins, North Bay, and Brampton, Ontario. Kevin Nash made a rare Canadian independent appearance.

Championships[edit]

MaxPro Triple Crown Championship[edit]

Wrestler: Times: Date: Location: Notes:
Tyson Dux 1 March 18, 2010 Niagara Falls, Ontario Defeated Derek Wylde to unify the BSE Suicide Six Pack title, BCW Heavyweight title, and NSP Grand Independent title
Robbie McAllister 1 April 11, 2010 Woodstock, Ontario
Tyson Dux 2 April 17, 2010 North Bay, Ontario

Roster[edit]

Regular Roster[edit]

Female Wrestlers[edit]

Staff[edit]

Featured Stars & Alumni[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Scott D'Amore's Next Project Revealed". 411mania.com. Retrieved 2010-03-20. 
  2. ^ "DGUSA To Canada - Forms New Partnership". dgusa.tv. Retrieved 2010-03-20. 
  3. ^ "Pro wrestling coming to Chatham". chathamdailynews.ca. Retrieved 2010-03-20. 

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