The full SWN100 list will be revealed on Christmas Day, we continue our countdown of special articles to celebrate the Top10 and how they performed in the last 12 months that has earned them a place in the Top10 of the SWN100.
2. Lou King Sharp
Coming in at second place in this year’s SWN100 is ‘The International Blood Tourist’ Lou King Sharp. Considering that he is travelling regularly to Europe, he certainly put in a shift on home turf during the last year.
Beginning the period as UEWA European Cruiserweight Champion, winning the title in November 2021 at Pro2 Wrestling ‘Start The Fire!’ against Nitro Green which he held for a year, losing the title in November 2022 to Adrian Storm in Norway.
Sharp added the World Wide Wrestling League Heavyweight Championship in the December. He went on to hold the W3L Heavyweight Championship for 9 months before losing to Taylor Bryden at ‘Wrestlution XIV’. His defences included fighting the mountain Asylum and beating Iceman in a Death Match at ‘Frozen In Hell’, along with a bitter rivalry with Mike Musso.
In the final Respect Pro Wrestling show in May, Sharp beat Saqib Ali and Lucha DS to retain the UEWA European Cruiserweight Championship and the W3L Heavyweight Championship plus picking up the Upbrawl Championship Wrestling Heavyweight title in the process.
In Insane Championship Wrestling, along with Krieger, Glasgow Grindhouse defeated Damien Corvin and Bonesaw, Kings of the North, at ‘Shug’s Hoose Party 7’ in September to win the ICW Tag Team Championships for the second time, defending them at Copenhagen Championship Wrestling‘s Scottish debut event ‘Danespotting’ against Legends Never Die and holding onto them until ‘Fear & Loathing XIV’ where they fell to Adam King and Marcus King, KoE.
One of the busiest wrestlers in the country hitting 11 of our featured promotions during the 12 month period and a very close contender for number one.