The Lost Soul

Bio: He began his career in Alaska, where he was born, wrestling roughnecks on the Alaska pipeline circuit. He fought his way along the pipeline through eastern Alaska and Canada, finally ending up in Southern Michigan at the age of 14. He walked into the gym to find Rick Dreamie standing in the ring in front of 300 fans calling for anyone tough enough to stay in the ring with him for 3 minutes. Rick had one of his own guys ready to take the bait, when Soul jumped the guard rail and slid into the ring. Rick had no idea what was coming. I hit him with a double leg takedown from behind. One of his guys rushed from the back to pull me off. Rick just told him to leave and the match resumed. After taking a most grueling beating, but kept coming back for more, the three minutes ran out. This was the beginning of Soul’s short run in the DWF. Soul parted with the DWF over Rick Dreamie pushing his own brother over the other talent in the company. Soul went back to his roots wrestling on the roughneck circuit before traveling to Japan 3 years later where he found Rick Dreamie already there. In an epic battle that saw Rick Dreamie use a DWF chair, Soul received his legendary scar down the side of his face. He fought rival promotions earning a reputation as a devastating mat wrestler. Soul returned to the US to find Rick Dreamie waiting once again, this time in the now defunct IWA. Soul wrestled with the IWA till it closed, eventually to be reborn as the WWX where Soul is still a dominant force today.

Stables = The Ironcross,

Titles = WWX Global (defunct)-2, WWX Television- 1, WWX Xtreme- 6, WWX AAA Title (formerly Xtreme)- 1, WWX International Title- 3, WWX Tag Team Title- 3 (with Scott Dreamie, Iron, and Rheinhardt), WWX World Wrestling Championship- 6

Accomplishments = Only man to hold all singles titles and the tag title at one time.

The Lost Soul
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Real name {{{realname}}}
Ring Names Alan Issacs
Height 6' 8"
Weight 275lbs
Date of birth 5-24-1975
Place of birth Sagwon, Alaska
Date of death
Place of death
Resides Sagwon, Alaska
Billed from Sagwon, Alaska
Handled by Mark Wilcox
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