|Ring Name(s)|| Dark Inferno |
|Theme music||"Fallen Angels" by Black Veil Brides|
|Brand(s)||ECW, Retribution, Rapture|
|Contracted To|| Premium Championship Wrestling |
Tilli Wrestling Federation
WWE For Extreme
|Finisher(s)|| Lionheart |
|Will Do|| Keep on fighting until his energy depletes |
only lose via pinfall or KO
|Won't Do|| Assault a woman in anyway |
Back down from a challenge
Harm a friend unless said friend harms him
never tap out
In Professional Wrestling, Lonewolf is a 6 time World Champion, having held the ICW Championship on 3 occasions, and the TWF World Heavyweight Championship , the TWF International Heavyweight Championship , and the PCW World Heavyweight Championship , each on 1 occasion. He is thew final TWF International Heavyweight Champion before the company folded.
Lonewolf holds the record for most XWF Hardcore Championship reigns at 139. He also became the 2nd man to hold more than 1 XWF Championship in the company, Intercontinental and Tag Team. he also became the first ICW Championship, ironically because he co-founded the company. He also became the 2nd ever unsanctioned CWF Psychosis Champion. During his years of wrestling, he had famous feuds including TJ Tilli, Jerry Static, and Mariano Fernandez
Lonewolf was born in Coon Rapids, Minnesota. His parents were killed while he was very young by a serial killer. He lived on the streets of throughout his young life. He was a varsity swimmer and tennis player at High School as well as a backyard wrestler. He is close friends with wrestler Brownlee, whose family unofficially adopted during his High School career.
Lonewolf first joined a backyard wrestling Federation, where he was known as Dark Inferno. He got the name from his gimmick back then, which was a dark figure who was a pyromaniac. His last match before the company capsized as was Inferno Match for the world title, in which he lost.
World Wrestling Entertainment: For Extreme (April 2008-September 2008)Edit
ECW (April 08 - August 08)Edit
Lonewolf signed to World Wrestling Entertainment in early April 2008 in it's ECW brand. The WWE at the time was in it's FOr Extreme tagline. He debut with a win against rival Jerry Static after finding out Static was competing under Leon's name. He was scheduled to compete against Jynx on the April 29th edition of ECW in a Glass Ceiling Tournament for a shot at becoming the #1 Contender for the ECW Championship, but Jynx pulled out due to personal issues and was replaced by Marcus Cor Von. Leon defeatted Cor Von. Leon lost a close match to Hillbilly Jim the following week in Round 2. Before the match, Static attacked Leon from behind only to be Chokeslammed to the ground and Leon dropping a 150lb. dumbbell on his head. Lonewolf faced Ted DiBiase and Marcus Cor Von the following week, but lost when DiBiase pinned Cor Von. Lonewolf was chosen to participate in the 2008 King of the Ring Tournament, defeating Jerry Static in the first round. after the match, Lonewolf challenged Andy Brookes for the ECW Television Championship at Extreme Rules, which was instead scheduled for the May 27th edition of ECW, in which Brookes retained the title by knocking out Lonewolf with The Perfect Lock. After Brookes won the ECW Championship at Extreme Rules, Lonewolf wanted a second chance, and was put in a Triple Threat #1 Contenders Match against Blaze and Jasper Merrick, in which Merrick won. Leon debuted on Raw in Round 2 in the King of the Ring Tournament, but lost to Eve Torres. Leon teamed with Johnny Blaze against Brookes and Rodeo Rick, but tied. Leon fought Blaze at Saturday Night's Main Event for the vacated TV Championship. Leon defeated Andy Brookes in a Champion vs. Champion Match 3 days later on ECW. Leon's TV Title came came to a short end when Leon lost to Luke Gallows at Night of Champions. The next night, he faced Gallows and Jasper Merrick in a Triple Threat Match, but lost when Merrick his his finisher, The Grand Finale, and pinned Leon. on the final night of ECW, Leon defeated Jerry Static in a grudge match.
Raw (September 08)Edit
After ECW closed, Leon signed over to Raw, but only appeared twice on television: once as Blaze's Tag Partner in a Tag Team Tournament 1st round loss, and in a Championship Scramble Qualifyer, again losing. After that, Leon's contract expired.
World Wrestling Entertainment: Legacy™ ( April 2009-Present)Edit
Florida Championship WrestlingEdit
Lonewolf signed a contract to WWE again in 2009, this time under the Le,gacy tagname. Lonewolf debut on FCW in a 10-man Battle Royal to determine the #1 Contender for the FCW Heavyweight Champion, but was eliminated by Tyler Reks. His first and only match in the FCW is a loss to Vance Archer after Archer countered a Burial Ground with a neckbreaker. Leon Lonewolf was set to face Lago Shakespere for the FCW State Championship on a special 2-hour FCW event but FCW was cut from the WWE program as it's developmental program.
Move to the Main RosterEdit
After competing in multiple Dark Matches at WWE Legacy™ Events, WWE Legacy™ Officials made the decision to call Lonewolf up to the Main Roster. He made his first appearance on the October 13, 2009 edition of ECW joining ECW Superstars Brownlee and Hunter Steel in a three-on-one assault against the Unified Tag Team Champions, Batista and Chris West. It was announced that same night that Lonewolf would make his Official Debut in a three-on-two Handicap Match at No Mercy, where he would team with Brownlee and Hunter Steel to challenge for the Unified Tag Team Championships. Lonewolf's team lost when Hunter Steel was hit by a Rapidfire Plunge and a Batista Bomb. Lonewolf and Brownlee participated in a Tag Team Tournament, where the winner would face Batista and Chris West at Survivor Series. Both won their first match surprisingly against Zach Ryder and The Great Khali on the November 4th edition of ECW and MVP & Kofi Kingston on the November 14th of Smackdown, but lost to Matt Hardy and R-Truth in the Final Round.
Singles Competitor and Pure ChampionEdit
Lonewolf made his Singles Debut on the November 13th edition of ECW, losing to Shelton Benjamin. After about a month off television, Lonewolf started the December 22 edition of ECW, saying that he and Brownlee agreed to go separate ways and promises that he will be the next breakout star. He began proving his point by defeating Goldust via Submission by an STF. He participated in the annual Tri-Branded Battle Royal on the Janury 4th edition of Raw, but was the last man eliminated, making Evan Bourne the winner. During the 2010 Supplemental Draft, Brownlee got drafted to Raw, leaving Lonewolf on ECW thus making their split official. Lonewolf defeated Paul London to become the #1 Contender for Zack Blaze's HEAT Championship, which he won the next week. Lonewolf had his first successful title defense on the January 26th edition of ECW against Ryan Wall and Yoshi Tatsu. Lonewolf participated in the Royal Rumble Match, entering at number 17, but was eliminated by MVP after 1:30 in the ring. Lonewolf teamed with Victoria the following week and defeated Generation NEXT members Ezekiel Jackson and Unified Divas Champion Talia Skye. The next week, he defeated close friend Yoshi Tatsu in a Non-Title Match via submission. After the match, Chavo Guerrero attacked Lonewolf and Tatsu and challenged Lonewolf for the HEAT title, which he successfully defended the next week via DQ after Guerrero smacked Lonewolf with a steel chair. Lonewolf teamed with Mark Henry, Ryan Wall, and Christian to defeat Guerrero, Kenny Dykstra, Zack Blaze and Ricky Ortiz after Lonewolf forced Ortiz to tap out. it has been announced that Lonewolf will defend his HEAT World Championship against Guerrero at No Way Out. At No Way Out, Leon Lonewolf defeated Chavo Guerrero with the STF to retain the WWE HEAT World Championship. Following the Match, Leon Lonewolf announced that the WWE HEAT World Championship would now be known as the WWE Pure Championship. Lonewolf lost his first singles match in several months the following week on ECW, losing to ECW Champion Matt Hardy in a Champion vs. Champion Match. Three weeks before Wrestlemania, Mr. McMahon announced the destruction of ECW just before WrestleMania. Lonewolf, was confronted by Christian, but the reason is currently unknown. Lonewolf never had a match in Wrestlemanis XXVI, but he did help clean house of the Anti-ECW Superstars after Team ECW lost to Team WWE, resulting in the termination of the ECW show. After ECW folded, Lonewolf signed over to Raw, and the Pure Champion has become a Inter-Brand title. Lonewolf hasnt had a match since, but a Pure Championship tournament is taking place to determine the #1 Contendrer of Extreme Rules. All of a sudden, Lonewolf's contract expired and the Pure title retired.
Classic Wrestling Federation (December 2009-June 2010)Edit
In late 2009, Lonewolf signed a contract for Classic Wrestling Federation. In his debut promos, he displays an gimmick of honor, not tolerating with any dirty fighting. He also displays a gimmick in which he holds a demonic spirit that will randomly appear, usually when Lonewolf suffers enough damage or his anger becomes dangerously high. The spirit can also communicate with Lonewolf, but usually bragging about helping Lonewolf becoming the first Ring of Honor Undisputed Champion as well as the first Ohio Valley Wrestling Undisputed Champion. Lonewolf debut on the December 12 edition of Saturday Night Showdown to a loss against James Baker. After the match, "The Nitemare" Rob Osbourne attacked both Baker and Lonewolf with a Badd Dream. At the end of the show that same night, Lonewolf along with everyone in the locker room came out and brawled in the arena, attacking CWF World Heavyweight Champion Magnus Thunder, and his assistant, Keith Daniels. After the show, Lonewolf requested a match against Rob Osbourne. Instead, Lonewolf faced Blood, Eddie Noble, Alex Ruettiger and Simon Jacobs in an Elimination Match on the January 2nd edition of Showdown. Lonewolf was able to revive the Gogoplata, as he calls the Wolven Assault, and eliminate Jacobs. Lonewolf was the last eliminated by Ruetigger via Party's Over. During a promo, Leon's alter ego revealed that he lied to Lonewolf about the RoH and OVW and said that he was in a coma after a car crash the whole time. During the crash, the demon accidentally fused with Lonewolf and will remain with him until death. During the same promo, he talked bad about some of the heels of the CWF, including Chemical X, TJ, Rob Osborne and Magnus Thunder. Lonewolf participated in the LMS Battle Royal at Last Man Standing, entering at an impressive number 17 before he was eliminated a minute later by Pledge Alligence. Lonewolf lost to Alex Ruetigger in a rematch on the January 16th edition of Showdown. Lonewolf was the guest referee on the January 22nd edition of Showdown, where Jamie Noble defeated Alex Ruettiger after interference from Blood.
Feud with Mariano Fernendez, Legion of ShadowsEdit
After a 2 week hiatus, Lonewolf faced Bob Osbourne, Terry Richards, and Eddie Noble on the February 20th edition of Showdown in a Fatal Four Way #1 Contendership match to for the CWF Unified Championship against Mariano Fernandez for the title at Night of Champions V: Liftoff. Lonewolf lost the match after Richards connected his finisher, Shock Turn. Lonewolf teamed with Legion of Shadows member Israel Steele in a losing effort against the Osbourne's. After the match, Steele attacked Lonewolf, putting him out of action. He returned 2 weeks later, losing to Brian Adams. After the match, Lonewolf attacked Adams from behind. Lonewolf finally picked up his first win in the CWF, defeating Paul Blair on the March 27th edition of Showdown. After the match, he was attacked by Mariano Fernandez. During one of Mariano's promo stated that Leon attacked Mariano after his match at Night of Champions V. Lonewolf will participate in the first ever Cage of Carnage Match, a Elimination Chamber & Ladder Match mix, at Super Card VI against Mariano, Paul Blair, Israel Blair, SJ Funk, Eddie Noble, Jimmy Johnston and Ricky Chambers. On the April 17th Edition of Showdown, Terry Richards allowed Lonewolf to pin him to win the Unsanctioned CWF Psychosis Championship, announcing him now becoming a member of the Legion of Shadows. The same night, Lonewolf assaulted Tige' backstage before his match with Mariano Fernendez, then assaulted Mariano. After attending the Late night Show with Bobby Crane on April 24th. Lonewolf challenged Eddie Noble for the CWF Unified Championship at Vendetta, but failed. He lost in a singles match against the debuting Seamus O'Reilly in his debut match on the May 8th edition, even though he had the match won. After the company took a week off due to staff issues, Lonewolf was scheduled to return to the ring to qualify in the Lord of the Ring Tournament against Sickboy, but Mariano Fernandez attacked him from behind, rendering him out of action for the week. Leon fought Eddie Noble in a Unified vs. Psychosis Title Match, but SJ Funk interfered and cashed in his contract, winning the Unified Championship. That night, Lonewolf and the Legion of Shadows smashed James Baker's head into a television set, causing him to, kayfabe, retire from wrestling. Also, Mark Xamin came out and said that he sold CWF to Greg Johnson and re-named the company to Superior Championship Wrestling.
Superior Championship Wrestling (June 2010-July 2010)Edit
Johnson renewed Lonewolf's contract from CWF to SCW. He faced Sickboy on the first SCW Vengeance show, but got disqualified when "Beautiful" Bobby Crane interfered. Before the match, he attacked SCW Chairman Greg Johnson with help from Crane and other members of Lonewolf's new stable: Hellacious World Order. He defeated Tim Timmons the following week. Lonewolf teamed up with Crane in a Tag Team Match against Mr. Johnson and Sickboy on the June 19th edition of Vengeance, where if Lonewolf had won, he would've been able to be General Manager of the Vengeance show after Extreme Measures. Lonewolf faced SJ Funk at Extreme Measures for the SCW Global Championship in a Barbed Wired Bats Match, but was DQ'd when the hWO saved him and attacked Funk. The next week, hWo controlled the show and faced Mariano Fernendez in a 3-on-1 Handicap Match, but lost when Mr. Johnson distracted Lonewolf and Yoshiru Long, allowing Fernandez to pin Bobby Crane. Lonewolf faced Tim Timmons on the July 17th edition of Vengeance, but the match was a No-Contest after the hWo interfered. During the beginning of the show, SJ Funk appeared on the show and said that he will be away from active competition for a while and vacating his Global title, which Lonewolf challenged for last week. That same night, Mr. Johnson sold SCW to Andre "T-Money" Faladeau, re-naming again to Elite Wrestling Federation
Elite Wrestling Federation (July 2010-August 2010)Edit
T-Money kept all SCW Contracts in tact, even signed uncontracted hWo members Teddy Turnbuckle, Dennis Donnelly, and Yoshiru Long. Lonewolf faced Sickboy on the first episode of Sunday Night Showdown and won, naming him the #1 Contender for the EWF Elite World Heavyweight Championship, but lost the following week. He teamed with Bobby Crane against Israel and Paul Blair the following week in a Elimination Tag Team Match, but lost. Leon then faced Jordi davis in a Singles Match, but somehow lost. EWF decided to take a hiatus for a course of a month or two, but during a segment, Leon was attacked by Hades, killing his demon son Hades and releasing Leon's spirit. Leon was left unconcious in the hWo Warehouse, thus confirming Leon's departure from the company.
Xtreme Wrestling Federation (January-May 2010)Edit
Lust for GoldEditOn January 5, 2010, Lonewolf signed a contract with a new company called Xtreme Wrestling Federation. Lonewolf joined in the fight for the XWF Hardcore Championship that TJ Tilli has activated under 24/7 rules, where the title can be defended in an official match or anywhere in the world as long as a official referee is in the area. During a backstage segment, assaulted Tilli with a Steel Chair, but Lonewolf pulled Ali away,seemingly helping Tilli, but turned on Tilli with a Kendo stick and a Steel Chair, claiming he will challenge Seth Omega for the XWF Intercontinental Championship and not him, thus turning heel. He debut at Collision 3, defeating XWF World Champion Jason Callaway. At Xtreme Rumble, he defeated Kyle Skype and Johnny "The Chosen One" for the Intercontinental Championship. On the same night, Lonewolf was revealed to be mystery partner and he and Ali were self-crowned XWF Tag Team Champions, becoming the 3rd man, after TJ Tilli & Seth Omega to hold 2 titles at the same time and the 2nd, again after Seth Omega, to hold 3 of the 4 XWF titles. Leon retained his title against Tilli, but was attacked by Brownlee and Tilli. Both Brownlee and Lonewolf were sent to the hospital after the chaos ended, forcing Lonewolf to vacate his titles. Lonewolf returned the next week, facing Steve Storme to a No Contest. Before the irmatch began, he challenged Storme to an Inferno Match for the Intercontinental Championship in 2 weeks. Lonewolf and Ali cashed in their Rematch Clause for the Tag Team Championship on Collision 6, defeating Storme and Tilli after Tilli got attacked backstage. After the match, Ali fired Storme, vacating his titles. Lonewolf faced newcomer The Hitman Alex for the vacated Intercontinental Championship in an Xtreme Rules Match, but lost. Lonewolf's Inferno Match was scheduled to take place at Collision 7 for the XWF World Heavyweight Championship against an unknown opponent, but instead faced newcomer Ted Anderson to a losing effort. While watching crown himself XWF European Champion and face Hitman Alex, Zack Blaze attacked Lonewolf, leading to a #1 Contenders Match for the Intercontinental Championship on Collision 8, which led to a Double-Disqualification. XWF Officials agreed to let both men become #1 Contenders.
Lonewolf would've faced Blaze in an Inferno Match at Hardcore Resurrection and defend the Tag Team Championships against TJ Tilli and Awesome Cobain, but those match never happened, since Lonewolf was knocked out and locked in a locker during the Pay-Per-View, but was able to get free and was a guest commentator during the Championship Scramble Match. He lost to TJ Tilli in a Intercontinental Championship Match. on Collision 9. The company was about to go under, however, staff agreed to start anew, vacating all titles. Lonewolf lost to Igor Calypse Xtreme at Collision 10 in a Triple Threat Match for the World Championship, also involving TJ Tilli. Lonewolf terminated his contract due to booking issues.
Tilli Wrestling Federation (March 2010-October 2010)Edit
Retribution and World Heavyweight ChampionEdit
Due to Tilli's injury, Lonewolf was asked to temporarily run the Tilli Wrestling Federation until his return. As a reward, Lonewolf was given a contract to wrestle for the TWF on it's Retribution brand. In Lonewolf's debut match he defeated John "Bradshaw" Layfield to qualify for the Steel Asylum match at No Way Out. In his next match, at Retribution 4.4, he defeated Paul London in a singles match. At No Way Out, Lonewolf was kicked off the asylum by TJ Tilli, the eventual winner, igniting a feud between the two. Lonewolf qualified for the Money in the Bank Ladder Match at Wrestlemania, defeating Atlas Adams. Lonewolf lost the Money in the Bank Ladder Match at Wrestlemania after getting kicked off the ladder by TJ Tilli, who won the match. The next night, at Retribution 6.1, Lonewolf challenged Tilli for the TWF Insanity Championship and won the match, also (kayfabe) injuring Tilli. The next week at Retribution 6.2, Lonewolf defeated the World Champion Triple H in a non-title match, but Triple H won the next week. At Backlash, Lonewolf lost the title to James Cobain after holding it for less than 3 weeks, but became the #1 Contender for the TWF World Heavyweight Championship, defeating Goldberg. He and Goldberg faced again in a Grudge Match. He won his second career World title by defeating Triple H at Epic. Lonewolf lost to Jushin Liger after the lights went out and a vignette appeared on the tron. When the lights came back on, Lonewolf was found laid out on the mat. Lonewolf has been undefeated in Non-Title Matches and defending his World Heavyweight title until Schizophrenia, when Lonewolf barely defeated Triple H and Goldberg in a Triple Threat Hell in a Cell Match only to lose it to Money in the Bank winner TJ Tilli, who returned from injury. Lonewolf had a rematch for the title the next week, but lost. Lonewolf has since been teaming with Randy Orton to form a team known as The Honorable Demons.
Rebellion, and International/Tag Team ChampionshipEdit
Leon was traded for Jason Hawk and debuted on Rebellion 12.3, replacing an injured Kurt Angle to defeat Brock Lesnar to become the #1 Contender for the International Heavyweight Championship. At Retribution's Take No Prisoners, Lonewolf and Orton were suprise opponents against CM Punk & Jushin Liger to become the new World Tag Team Champions in a Fate of the Gods Deathmatch. Lonewolf lost to TLK at Over the Limit in an Iron Man Match via Sudden Death when TJ Tilli distracted Lonewolf for TLK to pin. Lonewolf qualified for the King of the Ring 2010 Tournament by defeating Batista. Leon defeated Jason Hawk on Rebellion 13.2 in a Fate of the Gods Deathmatch and made Hawk a janitor. the following week, Lonewolf defeated TLK tp become the new International heavyweight ChampionLonewolf and Orton lost to Punk and Liger at Survivor Series in a Title vs. Career Match. Lonewolf wrestled his last match in TWF on Rebellion 14.2, losing to TJ Tilli in Round 2 of the King of the Ring tournament. Since then, the company folded and Lonewolf is recognized as Rebellion's last World Champion,
Inferno Championship Wrestling (April 2010-July 2010)EditLonewolf and Brownlee worked together to create Inferno Championship Wrestling. Lonewolf works as a normal wrestler. He debuted on Eruption 1.1, defeating Chrys Genocide in a Ladder Match to qualify for the ICW Championship the next week in an Inferno Match, in which he defeated TJ Tilli for the title. Lonewolf defeated ICW Destruction Champion Chrys Genocide the next week. Lonewolf defeated newcomer Erick Sands at Eruption 1.4. He lost the title to Zack Blaze at Eruption 2.1 in a Triple Threat Elimination Match, also involving TJ Tilli. After the match, Xavier Serikaz made his debut by attacking Blaze and Lonewolf. Lonewolf teamed with Blaze to face Serikaz the following week, but lost. Leon cashed in his rematch clause at Eruption 2.3 against Blaze and Serikaz for the ICW Championship, but the match ended in a Triple Count-Out, resulting in Blaze retaining. Lonewolf managed to defeat Blaze and Serikaz in a rematch the next week, winning the title back. He faced the debuting Awesome Cobain the following week in a Non-title match, but lost when Cobain hit him with a pair of brass knuckles when the ref wasn't looking. Lonewolf and Brownlee teamed against Cobain and Zack Blaze in a Tag Team Tournament Match and lost. Blaze cashed in his Rematch Clause during that match, therefore won the ICW Champion. Lonewolf faced Cobain and Blaze at Slamathon for the ICW Championship in a Triple Cell Match, but failed. Lonewolf defeated Blaze in a non-title match the following week and challenges Blaze to a feud-ending All or Nothing 30-minute Iron Man Match for the title.Lonewolf defeated Blaze for the title, ad as per match stipuilation, Blaze cannot challenge Lonewolf for the title anymore. The next week, when Lonewolf was cutting a promo, Draven Logan Kennedy attacked him from behind and cashed in his Briefcase, winning the ICW Championship from him. Leon cashed in his Rematch Clause in a No Holds Barred Fatal 4 Way for both the World and Destruction titles at ICW Summertime Smash. Leon won the Destruction title by pinning Wayne Morley and TJ Tilli won the World title, also by pinning Morley. After the show, during Battle Finale, Shannon Saint, from YCW, bought ICW and YCW and merged it into Premium Championship Wrestling.
No Limit Wrestling Federation (April 2010-September 2010)Edit
Lonewolf signed a contract with No Limit Wrestling Federation on April, 2010. He debuted on the April 19th edition of Monday Night Revolution, defeating former NLWF Champion Connor O'Shannon via submission in less than 10 seconds. He faced TJ Tilli in the Hawk cup Match to determine the #1 Contender for the NLWF Dream Championship at King of the Throne, but was interrupted by Death Angel. The same night, Lonewolf helped Corey Casey win the NLWF Undisputed Championship, thus joining the stable Rated Most Hated. Tilli and Lonewolf had a remarch the following week and won. The same night, Lonewolf teamed with RMH against One World Nation in a Triple Cell Match, but lost. The next week, Lonewolf was scheduled to face Death Angel for the Dream Championship, but no-showed. As he was about to be declared the winner, TJ Tilli came out and attacked him. Death Angel came out moments later and retained his title. Lonewolf faced Death Angel, TJ Tilli and Barry Hall in a Fatal Four Way Elimination Match for the Dream Championship, but was eliminated 2nd by Tilli. After RMH went thrpugh some changes, Lonewolf bacame free and began persuing retribution. His first opportunity was a match with Ryan Apollos at Trial by Combat, but lost to TIlli in a qualifying match and will face the debuting Nunluq Ungalaaq instead, whom he defeated. After the match, he challenged Corey Casey to a match as a payment of retribution, but former RMH member Steven Angel came out and attacked him, accepting the challenge himself. Angel defeated Lonewolf the following week. Lonewolf teamed with TJ Tilli in a 5-team Tables, Ladders, and Chairs Match for the NLWF Undisputed Tag Team Championships the next week, but lost. Lonewolf also failed a Fatal-4 Way Match for the NLWF Rated R Championship at Simple Survival 2, which was won by Tilli. Lonewolf returned to the ring 3 weeks later, losing to the debuting Shad Moss. Lonewolf defeated Moss and Matt Brigarrs in a #1 Contenders Match for the NLWF Rising Star Championship at Resurrection of Respect. Lonewolf faced Chuck Mathews in a Chuck's Law Match and lost the next week. Lonewolf teamed with TJ Tilli and Matt Biggars against Brenton Cyrus, Aaron O'Shea and Shadow Demon at Revolution: Fusion. He faced Ryan Hawk in a Fate of the Gods Deathmatch at Revolution: Direct Hit, but Tommy Cornell turned into a Street Fight, which Hawk won. Lonewolf teamed with Tilli against Matt Douglas but lost. After the match, Tilli turned on Lonewolf and attacked him. He faced Tilli the next week at Pro Wrestling Classic II in a losing effort. After the match, Leon requested his release from his contract.
During an interview, Lonewolf was asked on whether or not he would return to NLWF. Lonewolf replied, saying "I was thinking on returning one day, but after I left, TJ has been informing me that they have been talking shit about me, so now I doubt I will return unless they quit the smack talk."
Youtube Championship Wrestling (June 2010-July 2010)Edit
Lonewolf signs a contract to Youtube Championship Wrestling on in early June, 2010. He debuts on YCW Step Up against a local competitor. he is also scheduled to take on fellow SCW Superstar Israel Steele the following week on Monday Night Wrestling in a tournament for the YCW Platinum Championship at Battle Finale. Lonewolf faced Shaggy "Mr. 420" in a Ladder Match at Battle Finale, but lost. After the match, Shaggy pulled out th contract in the briefcase and revealed that Leon put his ICW and YCW contracts on the line and sold them to Cyanide Sports Network, Inc., and was later revealed that Shannon Saint bought ICW and YCW and fused them into Premium Championship Wrestling.
Premium Championship Wrestling (July 2010-Present)Edit
Leon's ICW and YCW Contracts merged into a PCW contract. His first Match in the merged company was against YCW Broadcast Champion Osiris to unify the Broadcast and Destruction Championship, which he lost. After the Main Event, which saw TJ Tilli and Mr. Baller compete for the PCW World Heavyweight Championship, Lonewolf came out and saved Tilli from Team Baller, until Osiris came out. Then, Kevin Styles and J.T. Banks came out and saved the two men. The following week, Lonewolf, Tilli, Baker and Steve Storme teamed together to rid the world of former Xtreme Wrestling Federation Chairman in a bloody fashion. That same night, Lonewolf teamed with Tilli, Banks, Styles, and James Baker, who was returning to in-ring competition for the first time since CWF, against Team Baller, Osiris, and Terry Richards in a losing decision. Leon teamed with Tilli against Mr. Baller and Chemical X on the August 19th edition of Rapture to a losing effort. At Anarchy, Lonewolf faced Billy Williams, Aidan Thompson, Dirk Taylor, and Sickboy in a 5-Way Match for the #1 Contenders Spot for the PCW Platinum Championship, but was eliminated by the potential winner, Sickboy. After a week break, Leon returned to defeat former ICW Champion Draven Logan Kennedy to qualify for the Battle Pyramid Match. He was scheduled to face Broadcast Champion Billy Williams in a Non-Title Match on the September 18th edition of Rapture, but Lonewolf was ambushed by Williams, forcing him unable to compete. Lonewolf competed in the annual Pyramid Battle Match at Pyramid Battle, where he was the Caged Contender, who is released after a pinfall or submission in an attempt to steal their spot. Billy Williams prevented Lonewolf from advancing twice before Lonewolf laid out Williams and left the match. Lonewolf defeated the debuting Jade Cao on the October 2nd Edition of Rapture. Leon also revealed that he will be facing Billy Williams in a Fate of the Gods Deathmatch at Alma Mater Diem. The next week, he lost to fellow WWE Legacy Superstar and former WWE Pure Champion Dustin Delta. Leon teamed with Billy Williams against James Baker and Heather Monroe and lost when Williams walked out of Lonewolf and Baker hit his finisher. At Alma Mater Diem, Lonewolf defeated Williams and will announce his fate on Rapture X, but decided to announce it on the Shannon Saint Show. Lonewolf fired both Billy and Kairi Williams, after news leaked that Williams was going to Absolutely Infectious Wrestling.
Rise to the top: Broadcast and World Heavyweight ChampionEdit
Leon fought Heather Monroe on Rapture X for the PCW Broadcast Championship, but ended in a draw. Before Lonewolf's match against good friend James Baker at The Asylum of Slaughter, Baker added a stipulation that the winner gets a title shot to any title anywhere the winner chooses. Leon barely won the match after attempting a Superplex that turned into a DDT through two tables. He defeated Heather Monroe the next week for the Broadcast Championship after a draw two weeks ago, giving Lonewolf his first PCW title. On the December 4th edition of Rapture, Leon, along with TJ Tilli, and Steve Storme, participated in the 2nd Asshole Elimination Deathmatch, defeating former Co-XWF Chairman Igor Calypse Xtreme with James Baker aiding the trio as the special guest referee. That same night, Leon faced old friend Mariano Fernandez and former rival Sickboy in a Champions Showcase, but lost when Mariano hit the Tsunami Driver on Sickboy. Leon faced Fernandez in a Fate of the Gods Deathmatch for the World Heavyweight Championship at Battle Finale II and won, winning the PCW World Title for the first time. After the Pay-per-view went off the air, Leon suffered internal damage, resulting him going into shock. Leon wasn't cleared for another 2 weeks, but was temporary released to attend the 2010 PCW Diamond Awards. Leon was released on December 31, just in time for his match against Heather Monroe for the Broadcast title the next day. He lost to Heather that day. After the match, an unknown figure attacked Leon with a steel chair, putting him out for at least a couple of weeks. At Struggle for Power, Leon defended his title against Yoshiru Long and Mariano Fernandez. Long won the match and the title, with the help of Sickboy and Leon's girlfriend Momo Uzuki, who was thought to be dead.
Injury and Spontanious AppearencesEdit
Leon has legitimately suffered injuries from his matches against Long, but has been kept being called back. This led to Leon nearly dying backstage after a match. Since then, Leon only appears in backstage skits and Asshole Elimination Matches. On the March 12th edition of Rapture, a day after his birthday, Lonewolf participated in a Brawl Title Free-ForAll, where several Superstars go for the Brawl Title, winnign, then losing it to the next person coming out. At Super Clash, Leon cashed in his Asylum of Slaughter title contract winning after cleaning house of Long, Sickboy and Paul Blair, now known as The Elite, on Michael Morrison. Leon won the match and became the new Platnium Champion, but Shannon Saint stripped Lonewolf of the title and reawarded it back to Morrison. Later that night, Leon , with his old friend Tyler Brownlee, challenged GenXtreme members Nathan and Aaron Warrens to a Tag Team Match with the title on the line (should they still be Champions by then) on a future date, as a bithday preasent. The two parties agreed to a match at Anniversarium, however, the company folded after the Cataclysm Pay-Per-View. The night before, Lonewolf was inducted into the PCW Hall of Fame as well as the ICW Hall of Fame.
On May 12th, 2012, on PCW's first Rapture in almost a year, Leon Lonewolf defeated Jerry Static, then was announced by Rapture General Manager James Baker that Lonewolf will face then champion Michael Morrison for the World Heavyweight Championship at Slamathon III, which he lost. After tha match, Lonewolf began a sporatic feud with The Elite, now made up of Yoshiru Long and Sickboy, as well as Morrison. On the July 21st edition of Rapture, Lonewolf teamd with Morrison in a losing effort to The Elite. Lonewolf was sidelined due to injury again, and returned on September 29th in a losing effort to Yoshiru Long, agrivating his injuries once more. On March 11, 2013, Lonewolf was the guest of honor at a PCW House Show dubbed Leon Lonewolf Appreciation Night, in which he teamed with Ryan "The Reaper" Robinson, Jen Hendersen, and his wife Momo Uzuki to defeat J.T. Farley and his gang named Sons of Mayhem. During the show, he announced that he would challenge James Baker to a rubber match for Battle Finale III, which he accepted at the March 30th edition of Rapture, which Baker added a Falls Count Anywhere stipulation. On the April 13th edition of Rapture, Lonewolf lost in a 4-Way Retro Match against follow Hall of Famers Draven Logan Kennedy, Danielle Lopez, and Israel Steele.
Premium Womens Wrestling (2011)Edit
On , Lonewolf made an appearence during an episode of Premium Womens Wrestling's Saturday Night Bombshell show, showing support to hiw now-fiance' Momo Uzuki. He also appeared as a guest commentator that night.
Premium Academy/Pride Wrestling (2013 - Present)Edit
Leon Lonewolf was offered an extra job as PCW: PA's Trainers as well as a possible angle on the show, which he accepted. Lonewolf appeared on the 15th episode of PCW PA, confronting J.T. Farley for attacking his wife Momo Uzuki, but got attacked by Farley's biker gang, Sons of Mayhem. Premium Academy was then renamed to Pride Wrestling. Lonewolf returned to the developmental Territory on PW I, attacking Farley before getting laid out again. The next episode, Lonewolf challenge Farley and his 3 men to a 8-Person Tag Team Match at PW's first Pay-Per-View, Gang Warfare, which Farley accepted. 2 episodes later, Lonewolf revealed his teammates as Farley's victms Jen Hendersen and wife Momo Uzuki, as well as the debuting former PWW and ICW star Athena
Honorable Championship Wrestling (2013-Present)Edit
Back in 2012, Lonewolf, along with Tyler Brownle, were in talks about creating a brand new federation called Honorable Championship Wrestling, but the plan folded. It then revived in early 2013, then landed a TV deal with the Premium Television Network. Brownlee serves as Color Commentator while Lonewolf is President and General Manager of Monday Night Bushido, where it adapts in puroresu, or japanese-style wrestling. On the April 1st edition of Bushido, Lonewolf was confronted by Morgan Simmons. complaining about the 20-Count Out Rule, a rule also in puroresu. Lonewolf ignored Simmons threats and later announced that all titles are defended on the 5th episode as well as the finals of a tournament to determine the HCW World Heavyweight Championship, as well as a 8_Person Tag Team Match between Lethiality and Toxic, which a brawl began moments before. On the April 15th edition of Bushido, Lonewolf made his in-ring debut in HCW in a match against his wife Momo Uzuki in a 2/3 Falls Match as part of the Pick Your Poison rules, which the match and opponent was selected by Desiree Miles in which he lost. The following week, Lonewolf granted Morgan Simmons' request on a rematch with Momo Uzuki, in which Lonewolf added the Last Man Standing stipulation and made the match for next week. Later that night, Lonewolf defeated Morgan Simmons via count-out.
Lonewolf currently resides in Minneapolis, Minnesota, living in an estate with Brownlee, TJ Tilli, Talia Madison, and Tilli's little sister Ashlii. Lonewolf is a hardcore Otaku (Anime/Manga fan). His favorite series are Neon Genesis Evangelion, Inuyasha, Naruto, One Piece, Initial D, Yu-Gi-Oh, Death Note, and Bleach. Lonewolf attended the 2010 Anime Detour during the weekend of April 23-25. Lonewolf is also a hardcore gamer, usually playing his Playstation 3, PSP, or Nintendo DSi. His favorite games include "Pokemon," "Final Fantasy VII", "Final Fantasy VIII", "Need for Speed", "Halo", "Gears of War", "Call of Duty", "WWE Smackdown vs. Raw, the "Xenosaga" Trilogy, "Super Smash Bro. Brawl", and the "Kingdom Hearts" series. During some of his high school Anime Gaming Clubs, he would cosplay several anime and video game characters such as Cloud Strife, Squall Leonhart, Chaos, Master Chief, Light Yagami, and Sephiroth. He even lost a bet with several friends and cosplayed as Rei Ayanami one day, in which he immediately removed, commenting "There's no way in hell I look good dressed as a female. That adds another reason why I'm not getting a sex change."
After graduation, Lonewolf attended the Dunwoody College of Technology, where he majored in Architect and minored in Video game design. Lonewolf was arrested on October 21, 2009 for 1st degree murder, in which he did not commit. He plead not guilty. He was tried and was found not guilty, after Anoka County sheriffs found the real killer. During the trial, his close friend, Brownlee, moved to Michigan to train for the WWE.
Lonewolf is known to Roleplay. He likes to roleplay in almost any type of RP, from TV/Movie remixes to School Roleplay.
Lonewolf loves listening to Alternative Rock, Punk, Metal, and Techno. His favorite artists include As Blood Runs Black, All That Remains, Skillet, Basshunter, Rev Theory, and DJ Splash. He also likes listening to Japanese/anime music, listening to The Black Mages (a Final Fantasy remix band formed by Nobuo Uematsu), Dir en grey, and Girugamesh as well as numerous anime themes such as the Evangelion opening and the japanese Yu-Gi-Oh 5D's opening. Although he rarely plays anymore, Lonewolf played violin in his High School career. He also plays guitar in his spare time.
Lonewolf had 1 girlfriend, Momo Uzuki, who was killed by a drunk driver just moments before their graduation ceramony. A week later,Lonewolf was struck by the same drunk driver. Rumors have it that Lonewolf is beginning a relationship with Hikari Richards. That rumor died on when Momo Uzuki re-emerged on the PCW Struggle for Power PPV. Lonewolf later proposed and married Uzuki a year later
Incident with Jerry StaticEdit
Lonewolf found out that Jerry Static, a fan who was disguised as him, joined the promotion WWE For Extreme, using his moves. Although Static was treated as a jobber there, Lonewolf was offended that Static used his Ring Name and Moveset and wrote an email lto the Chairman, Mr. McMahon, as well as the General Manager's of the brand Static was assigned to. Instead of recieving a reply, Lonewolf had his account on their site deleted. Lonewolf then joined WWEFE to clear his name.
During Lonewolf's time in ICW, Lonewolf has had multiple problems with Static. Static had been causing problems in the locker room, causing some of the superstars to quit. Lonewolf demanded a match with Static just to show Static his place in the company, in which he won. After Static continued his nuisence, now with friend Maverick Zero, Brownlee punished them by downsizing their curent month's pay and demoting them to jobbers.
- "Those Chosen by the Planet" by Nobuo Uematsu
- "From the Ashes of Sin" by Endeverafter (WWEL, when teaming with Brownlee)
- "Maybe I'm a Lion" by The Black Mages (CWF, XWF, ICW, NLWF, WWEL - Current, YCW, WWEFE, PCW)
- "The Night" by Disturbed (CWF / SCW / EWF)
- "Hero" by Skillet (XWF)
- "Death Before Dishonor" by Five Finger Death Punch (PCW, WWEFE)
- "Break Down" by Girugamesh (PCW - Used while teaming as Otaku Gaijin
- "Zantekzuken" by Girugamesh (PCW - Used while teaming as Otaku Gaijin)
- "Fallen Angels by Black Veil Brides (PCW - Used during Singles competition)
- "The Honorable Demon"
- "The Animal With a Heart of Gold"
- "CWF's Resident Schitzophrenic" (Bestowed upon by Bobby Crane and Terry Richards)
- “Mariano’s Sidekick but Nothing More Than That” (Bestowed upon by Terry Richards)
- "Leo the Lionhearted" (Bestowed upon by Rob Osbourne)
- "Double L" (Bestowed upon by TJ Tilli)
- "Co-Captain of the Legion of Shadows"
- "The General from Hell" (Bestowed upon by Bobby Crane after forming hWo.)
- "The Twilight Angel"
- "The Angel of Chaos"
- Singapore Cane (named Raito)
- Katana (named Yami)
- Steel Chair
- 2x4 wrapped with Barb Wire
- Lionheart (Falling Powerbomb - XWF/Last Ride - CWF, WWEL, NLWF, ICW)
- Wolf Pack Assault' / Wolven Assault / Dark Aura (Modified Gogoplata)
- STF (WWEL)
- Burial Ground (Tombstone Piledriver, sometimes from the 2nd rope - FCW, PCW - used rarely)
- Liontamer (Elevated Boston Crab with a knee to the opponent's back or neck)
- Dragon Suplex
- One-handed Bulldog
- Tiger Suplex
- Big Boot
- Military Press Drop
- Two-Handed Choke
- Flashback (Sleeper Slam, sometimes to an oncoming opponent)
- Standing Moonsault
- Suicide Dive
- Fiery Heart (Double underhook transitioned into a Backbreaker)
- Side Effect (Wrist-lock sitout sideslam, sometimes from the top rope)
- Uppercut to the opponent's throat
- White Russian Leg Sweep (with Kendo Stick)
- Hip Toss
- Cross Body Block
- Darkness Choke
- Crucifix Headscissors
- Shining Wizard
- Symbol of Honor (extending thumb, middle and little fingers of both hands in the air)
- Rolls eyes into their sockets
- Plays Possum that leads to a Wolven Assault
- Flexing his thumb, index, and middle finger in the shape of a claw, before leading to a Lionheart.
Championships and AccomplishmentsEdit
- Classic Wrestling Federation
- CWF Psychosis Championship (1 time, unsanctioned)
- Honorable Championship Wrestling
- Bushido General Manager
- Inferno Championship Wrestling
- No Limit Wrestling Federation
- Match of the Week: World War Tour Event I - w/Corey Casey, Ryan Apollos & Steven Angel vs. Nick Ridicule, Brenton Cyrus, Chuck Matthews & Jason Hawk - 8-Man Triple Cell
- Match of the Week: World War Tour Event III - vs. TJ Tilli
- Rick's Picks - Ressurection of Respect II - #10
- Premium Championship Wrestling
- Tilli Wrestling Federation
- WWE For Extreme
- Power 15: 4/28/08-5/4/08 - #13
- Power 15: 5/5/08-5/11/08 - #14
- Power 15: 5/19/08-5/25/08 - Honorable Mention
- Power 15: 6/15/08-6/21/08 - #12
- Power 10: 7/13/18-7/20/08 - #10
- ECW Television Championship (1 time)
- WWE Legacy™
- WWE Pure Championship (1 Time, Current)
- Xtreme Wrestling Federation
Luchas de Apuestas recordEdit
Chicago International Thunder xTreme (CM Punk & Jushin Liger)
Honorable Demons(Leon Lonewolf & Randy Orton)
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Title vs. Career Match for the TWF World Tag Team Championship