Dominic Garrini

Dec 8, 2019 - by Allen Rockum

Real Name: Dominic Garrini
Height: 5’11”
Weight: 207 lbs
Date of Birth: March 1, 1990
From: North Canton, Ohio
Pro Debut: May 3, 2016
Trained By: Johnny Gargano & Candice LeRae
Finishing Move: the Mighty Mouse

Biography

– Garrini has a Purple Belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu
– Upon training at the AIW Training Center and being trained by Johnny Gargano and his wife Candice LeRae, Garrini wrestled mainly for AIW, MEGA, EWO & AAW to kickstart his career.
– May 27, 2016, Garrini competed in the JT Lightning Invitational Tournament ’16.
– May 28th, Garrini then competed in the Back to the Future Cup, both tournaments were held by AIW.
– January 22, 2017, Garrini won a 8-Way Buck Wild Ladder match at A1: Buck Wild.
– March 24th, Garrini defeated BJ Whitmer and also competed in the #1 Contendership 30-Man Gauntlet for the Gold Battle Royal at AIW: Gauntlet for the Gold 12.
– May 26th, Garrini competed in the JT Lightning Invitational Tournament ’17.
– June 25th, Garrini competed in the Dynamite Cup ’17.
– July 29th, Garrini competed in the MEGA Cup at MEGA: Enter the Shogun.
– August 4th, Garrini competed in the Scenic City Invitational Tournament ’17.
– August 18th, Garrini defeated Maxwell Jacob Friedman at AIW: Enter the 36 Cryonic Chambers.
– December 15th, Garrini defeated Mance Warner in a UFC Rules match at AIW: the Wet Bandits.
– December 29th, Garrini defeated Ethan Page at AIW: Rulers of the World.
– January 13, 2018, Catch Point (Garrini & Tracy Williams) lost to Ringkampf (WALTER & Timothy Thatcher) at EVOLVE 98.
– January 19th, Garrini defeated Juice Robinson at AIW: Death Rowe.
– February 24th, Garrini competed in the St. Louis Invitational 2018 Tournament held by PWCS.
– February 25th, Garrini defeated Curt Stallion for the SUP Bonestorm Title at SUP: Achy Breaky Heart.
– March 23rd, Garrini competed in the #1 Contendership 30-Man Gauntlet for the Gold 13 that was held by AIW.
– April 6th, Garrini lost to Timothy Thatcher at EVOLVE 103.
– May 25th, Garrini competed in the JT Lightning Invitational Tournament ’18.
– June 9th, Garrini competed in the Men’s Commonwealth Cup ’18, held by NOVA Pro.
– September 22nd, Garrini competed in the Darkest Timeline Tournament, held by BLP.
– November 9th, Sadkampf (Garrini & Kevin Ku) defeated IFHY (Johnathan Wolf & Shawn Kemp) for the PWF Tag Team titles at PWF: Hotdog and a Handshake.
– November 24th, Garrini competed in the Tournament for Tomorrow.
– November 30th, Garrini competed in the Primus ’18 Tournament, held by PWF.
– June 2, 2019, Violence is Forever (Garrini & Ku) defeated They Might Be Giants (Cabana Man Dan & Marko Stunt) for the SUP Tag Team titles at SUP: Those Who Fear Tomorrow.
– June 14th, Garrini competed in the JT Lightning Invitational Tournament ’19.
– September 7th, Garrini defeated Ariel Dominguez at MLW Fusion #78.
– September 20th, Garrini lost to Alex Shelley at AIW: Bobblehead Night.
– October 4th, Violence is Forever competed in the World Tag Team Festival ’19, held by wXw.
– October 6th, Garrini competed in the AMBITION Wildcard Edition.
– November 2nd, Garrini & Douglas James alongside the Spirit Squad (Kenny & Mike) lost at 3-Way tag team match to Contra Unit (Ikuro Kwon & Simon Gotch) at the Pre-Show to MLW Saturday Night SuperFight.
– November 9th, Garrini & Douglas James defeated the Dynasty (Alex Hammerstone & Richard Holliday) at MLW Fusion #84.
– November 15th, Garrini competed in three rounds and won the Fighting Spirit Heavyweight Grand Prix, held by PPW.
– November 16th, Violence is Forever won a 30-Minute Iron Man match against The WorkHorsemen (Anthony Henry & JD Drake) at BLP Slamilton 2.
– November 23rd, Violence is Forever competed in the Tag Team Invitational at Unsanctioned Pro 7: the Next Episode.

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