Brody Steele

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Title History

  • Ultimate Championship Wrestling title awarded due to his win/loss record (November 2002);
  • 2nd Maritime Cup Winner (May 4, 2005);
  • ECPW (East Coast Pro Wrestling) Heavyweight title (May 4 2005 – May 8, 2005);
  • RWA (Austria) International title defeating ??????? ();
  • RWA (Austria) World Heavyweight title defeating Slash Power (June 20, 2009);

Career Highlights

In The Beginning:

Real Action Wrestling – Kingman:

  • July 2001 – Real Action Wrestling: Kingman defeated Joe E. Legend in a Tables match..
  • May 4, 2005: Kingman beat Tony Armstrong and got a bye to the finals because he won his round 1 match in the fastest time..
  • ~~~In the finals, Kingman defeated Duke MacIsaac to win the 2nd Maritime Cup and the ECPW Heavyweight title..
  • ~~~Special guest referee Bobby Roode turned on Duke and hit him with a chair to let Kingman gain the win!
  • May 7, 2005 – ECPW: Duke MacIsaac defeated Kingman by DQ (Kingman retains)..
  • May 8, 2005 – ECPW: Duke MacIsaac defeated Kingman to capture the ECPW Heavyweight title.

Wrestling Reality – Brody Steele:

  • April 30, 2007–Wrestling Reality: Brody Steele & Mike Hughes defeated Tommy Osbourne & Zero..
  • May 1, 2007–Wrestling Reality: Brody Steele defeated Sidewinder in Moncton, New Brunswick..
  • May 2, 2007–Wrestling Reality: James Mason defeated Brody Steele in Saint John, New Brunswick
  • May 4, 2007–Wrestling Reality: Brody Steele defeated Zero in Sussex, New Brunswick…
  • May 5, 2007–Wrestling Reality: Brody Steele defeated “Wildman” Gary Williams in Bathurst, New Brunswick..
  • May 6, 2007–Wrestling Reality: Brody Steele/Mike Hughes/Lincoln Steen beat Gary Williams/Trash Canyon/James Mason..

Canada & Europe – Brody Steele:

  • January 30, 2008–All-Star Wrestling: Brody Steele defeated Doug Williams in Merseyside, England …
  • June 20, 2009–RWA: Brody Steele defeated Slash Power in a title vs. title match in Vienna, Austria..
  • ~~~Steele’s International belt for Power’s World Heavyweight belt – Steele won the match and now holds both belts in Austria.