There is often a moment when everything clicks. Sometimes it takes a while to feel comfortable in the ring, or on the microphone, or in your bigger than life persona as a professional wrestler. It’s even more rare to be there when a wrestler has everything click into place. For everyone who was present the first time Lore turned it up to 11 and walked through the curtain with his guitar, it was evident that a new age of big man had dawned in Minnesota. Not only was the guitar-playing, head-banging monster one of the top tag team wrestlers in the state, running through MIW, NLW, and Pro Wrestling Battleground once again this year alongside Stonehenge in The Black Plague, but he also teamed with Darin Corbin to form “Lorebin Cometh” in Showtime Championship Wrestling. He reigned as IWI champion as a singles wrestler, competed multiple times for F1RST Wrestling, went blow-for-blow with some of the best big men in Mitch Paradise and Tommy Dreamer, and appears to be on a collision course with wrestling legend Sting in Heavy On Wrestling as part of Settle for Nothing. Last year, Lore sat in the top ten based on his performance and potential, this year he reigns as a new gold standard for big men in Minnesota with a growing hoard of Championships. Nothing could be more Metal.
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