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James Dark (October 22, 1966) is an American CAW professional wrestler. He is noted for his tenures with Xtreme Championship Wrestling (XCW), Original Wrestling Federation/Power Fist Wrestling where he was the last PFW Barebones Champion and Dream Match Wrestling (DMW) on the original brand where he was the last DMW World Champion.
Dark has held 15 championships in various promotions throughout his career, including 6 world heavyweight championships. having won the DMW Championship once (recognized as the first champion), the DMW World Championship twice (recognized as the first champion aswell as the final champion), the CAW Champion of Champions Championship once, the PFW World Championship once and the EAW Championship once (recognized as the final champion).
James was trained by his father David "The Torturer" Dark (who was afew of the forgotten wrestlers duing the 60s & 70s) and debuted on February 27th 1986 for various promotions using his real name.
In 1999, James would adopt a gimmick as The Dark Angel, A mystifying dark character. However the gimmick was short lived and he revert back to his real name but using "The Dark Angel" as his nickname.
Original Wrestling Federation/Power Fist Wrestling (2012 - 2015)
Big Sky & duel feud
James made his debut on Friday Hustle Season 6 Show 1 by attacking #1 contender for the OWF title Big Sky after his match with Arcan.
On Friday Hustle Season 6 Show 1, James cut a promo saying that the Dark ages has arrived in OWF and he should be the #1 contender for the OWF title.
James made his debut match on Friday Hustle Season 6 Show 3 against Big Sky in a no DQ match in which if James won, he would face Sky again for the #1 contendership. James beat Sky which would mean that James would face Sky again for the #1 contendership.
On OWF Friday Hustle Season 6 Show 5, James was attacked by "The Franchise" duel before his #1 contendership match against Sky which let Sky defeating James to keep his #1 contendership.
On OWF Friday Hustle Season 6 Show 6, duel defeated James Dark in the main event after hitting the Franchiser to pick up the pinfall win.
On OWF Friday Hustle Season 6 Show 7, The unlikey team of James Dark & OWF champion Brian James defeated duel & Sky after Brian James made duel submit to a boston crab.
On OWF Friday Hustle Season 6 Show 8, James defeated Krauser but James still thought of his lost to duel on Show 6 and wanted a rematch with him at OWF Summer Slamboree 6.
On OWF Friday Hustle Season 6 Show 10, James defeated former OWF champion Jason "Flamez" Mears to prove his ready for duel at OWF Summer Slamboree 6.
At OWF Summer Slamboree 6, James Dark finally defeated duel in a back & forth match when James hit duel with the Dark Buster to pick up the win.
On PFW Thursday Knockout Season 1 Show 1 , Dark would beat duel again in the main event in a #1 contenders match for the PFW championship with a small package roll up.
Brian James feud/PFW Champion
On PFW Thursday Knockout Season 1 Show 2, Dark attacked the PFW champion Brian James after his match with Jason "Flamez" Mears to close the show.
On PFW Thursday Knockout Season 1 Show 3, Dark defeated Justin Blade in the main event with a small package roll up.
On a special edition of PFW Thursday Knockout Season 1 Show 4 (featuring matches that were to take place on the cancelled mega event Murderous Crusade), James Dark defeated Brian James to become the PFW World Champion. After the match, Dark offered Brian James to join forces with him but he declined before punching Dark to close the show.
On PFW Thursday Knockout Season 1 Episode 5, Dark came out and cut a promo about his title win then offered Mark Hazard to be in his "Dark Regime" but he too declined the offer.
On PFW Thursday Knockout Season 1 Episode 5, James Dark in his first match as champion defeats Jason "Flamez" Mears with the Dark Buster. After the match, Dark as looking to injure Mears by placeing a chair on his ankle till a returning Chris Chambers ran in and saved Mears to close the show.
Dark would take a 4 week leave of absence till returning to action on PFW Thursday Knockout Season 1 Episode 14 defeating duel in the main event.
On Thursday Knockout Season 1 Episode 15, Dark would come out after Chamber's match with Arcan to beat him down but it backfired and Dark was laid out by Chambers to end the show.
On PFW Thursday Knockout Season 1 Episode 16, Dark is seen talking to Chambers about what went down on episode 15. Dark would then hit Chambers from behind with the PFW belt and tells him to "Respect my authority". Later on the show, Dark would defeat the PFW Tag champions Freak Show in a 2-on-1 Handicap match.
On PFW On The Edge, Dark would retain the World title against Chambers after some help from Brian James.
On PFW Thursday Knockout Season 1 Episode 18, Dark with Brian James cut a promo about there alliance till Chambers comes out and announced that he has a rematch for the title at Summer Slamboree. Later on the show, Dark & Brian James would attack Chambers after his match to end the show.
On PFW Thursday Knockout Season 1 Episode 19, Dark would lose to Big Sky in the main event with help from Chambers after attacking Brian James backstage.
On PFW Thursday Knockout Season 1 Episode 20, Dark & Brian James would attack Chambers as he was making his way to the ring with his match against Brian James.
On PFW Thursday Knockout Season 1 Episode 21, Dark would defeat Rock Solid in the main event. Afterwards Chambers would attack Dark and brings out his partner Tyson Rhodes to help beat down Dark till Brain James comes and saves him.
On PFW Summer Slamboree VII, James Dark (With Brian James at ringside) Defeats Chris Chambers (With Tyson Rhodes at his side) to retain the PFW World championship. But soon after, Rick Rancid would cash in his title shot and defeats Dark to win the PFW World title.
Brian James feud part 2/Fall from Grace
On PFW Thursday Knockout Season 2 Episode 1, Dark would lose to Rancid in a title rematch in which Brian James turned on Dark by attacking him with a chair for Rancid to pick up the win.
On PFW Thursday Knockout Season 2 Episode 2, Brian calls out Dark and says that he wanted a shot at the title but the only way to get it was to get Dark out of the title picture. In the main event, James Dark vs. Brian James ended in a no contest when Chris Chambers attacked both with a chair.
On PFW Thursday Knockout Season 2 Episode 3, Dark & Brian would team up in a handicap match against Chambers in the main event only for Brian to turn on Dark again and helps Chambers to pin him to win.
On PFW Thursday Knockout Season 2 Episode 4, Dark would lose to Brian James in the main event. Dark would try to attack him after but it backfired and Brian would throw him out of the ring. Dark would take some time off after the show.
Dark would return at PFW Virtual Insanity only to be defeated by Brian James once again in a Cage match. Dark would take another break soon after this event.
Dark would return at the Heartbroken event being defeated by Rick Rancid in which the winner would advance into the 10-Man Royal Rumble at the next event.
On PFW Thursday Knockout Season 2 Episode 15, Dark got another chance to qualify for the 10-Man rumble in which he defeated duel to advance into the rumble.
Face turn/Klyne 2.0 Feud
On PFW Thursday Knockout Season 2 Episode 16, Dark would come out to save newcomer Klyne 2.0 from Justin Blade & Johnny Bluefish.
On PFW Thursday Knockout Season 2 Episode 17, Dark & Klyne would defeat Bluefish & Blade in a tag team match in which Klyne got the pinfall on Bluefish.
On PFW Thursday Knockout Season 2 Episode 18, Dark was defeated by Justin Blade in the main event after some interference from Bluefish. After the match, Klyne would come out and turn on Dark to end the show.
On PFW Thursday Knockout Season 2 Episode 20, Dark was scheduled to face Rancid but Klyne would attack Dark during his entrance which started a brawl between the two which ended with Klyne getting the better on Dark.
Sometime later, PFW owner Normster placed a no physical contact rule between Dark & Klyne till there match on episode 22.
On PFW Thursday Knockout Season 2 Episode 21, Dark was at ringside watching Klyne's match against Demon Azreal in the main event in which Azreal picked up the win.
On PFW Thursday Knockout Season 2 Episode 22, Dark defeats Klyne in which the loser would enter The 10-Man Rumble on Road To Glory at #1.
On PFW Road To Glory, Dark would enter the rumble at #3 and would eliminate Klyne & Justin Blade only to be eliminated by Rick Rancid. Dark would take time off after the event.
Dark would return to action on PFW Thursday Knockout Season 2 Episode 27 as a suprise opponent for PFW World champion Arcan for his world title in the main event. Dark would win by DQ after Arcan hit him with the championship.
On PFW Thursday Knockout Season 2 Episode 28, Dark is seen backstage with Klyne to try to set things out between the two. Later on the show, Dark would defeat Brian James in a one-on-one match.
On PFW Thursday Knockout Season 2 Episode 29, Dark would defeat the Road To Glory rumble winner Machine McLeod in the main event.
on PFW Thursday Knockout Season 2 Episode 33, Dark defeats Krauser in the main event but would be attacked by Krauser after the match till Klyne makes the save to end the show.
On PFW Thursday Knockout Season 2 Episode 32, Dark & Klyne defeat Krauser & PFW World champion Arcan in a tag team match in which Klyne would pin the champion.
On PFW Thursday Knockout Season 2 Episode 34, Dark defeats Justin Blade in a #1 Contenders Match for the PFW Galactus Championship at Summer Slamboree 8.
At Summer Slamboree 8, James Dark defeats Piro McIzzy to win the PFW Galactus Championship. Later on the event, Dark would turn on Klyne to help Arcan retain the PFW World title in the main event to join Arcan's stable The Desperados.
The Desperados/PFW Galactus Champion
On PFW Thursday Knockout Season 3 Episode 1, Dark is seen backstage with Arcan welcoming him to the group.
On PFW Thursday Knockout Season 3 Episode 2, Dark is being interview on why join Arcan & his stable. Dark says that it was about power and the power that The Desperados have over PFW.
On PFW Thursday Knockout Season 3 Episode 5, Dark comes out to issue a open challenge to anyone at the back and Gage Grayson takes the challenge. Dark would defeat Grayson but after the match, Battle Pro's Vin Taylor attacks Dark to end the show.
At PFW Final Flash, James Dark defeats Joshua Bishop to retain the PFW Galactus Championship.
On PFW Thursday Knockout Season 3 Episode 9, Dark is talking to PFW World champion Arcan about what went down at the event.
On PFW Thursday Knockout Season 3 Episode 11, Arcan & Dark are being interviewed backstage about what happened in a previous episode involving one of there group members defeat.
At PFW Rolling With The Punches Night 1, Dark defeats Kei Saitou to retain the PFW Galactus Championship. After the match, Vin Taylor would brutally attack Dark once again. On Night 3 of the event, Dark would come out during the World title match between Arcan & Evan O'Shea in which Dark would turn on Arcan, almost costing him the World title.
At PFW King of The Diamondfist Night 4, Dark would lose the PFW Galactus Championship to Kaworu Kusanagi when Kaworu used the ropes to pin him.
On PFW Thursday Knockout Season 3 Episode 13, Dark was interviewed backstage before his match and said that he won't use his rematch clause and instead challenged Arcan for his PFW World title. Dark would defeat Shadowstarr in the main event. Afterwards, Arcan would come out and hit Dark with the World title belt before the show ended.
On PFW Thursday Knockout Season 3 Episode 14, PFW Owner The Normster announced that Dark will face Arcan for the World title at PFW On The Edge inside Hell in a Cell.
At PFW On The Edge, Arcan would defeat Dark in a Hell in a Cell match to retain the PFW World title.
Final Road to Summer Slamboree 9/Vin Taylor Feud
On PFW Thursday Knockout Season 3 Episode 18, Dark defeats Klyne 2.0 in a one on one match.
On PFW Thursday Knockout Season 3 Episode 20, Dark competed in a 10 man Royal Rumble match to determine a #1 contender for the Galactus Championship at Summer Slamboree 9. Dark would eliminate 7 men before being eliminated by Joshua Bishop to win the match.
On PFW Thursday Knockout Season 3 Episode 21, Dark would finally gets his hands on Vin Taylor in a one on one match but would lose to him.
On PFW Thursday Knockout Season 3 Episode 22, Dark is being interviewed backstage and is announced that he has a rematch with Vin at Summer Slamboree 9 with Vin's PFW Barebones title on the line. Later on, Dark would defeat Gage Grayson in the main event in which afterwards Vin would come out on the stage in a stare off with Dark before the show ended.
At PFW Summer Slamboree 9, Dark would defeat Vin Taylor in a grueling hardcore match to win the PFW Bare Bones title and become the final champion for the league. However later on the show, Vin would attack Dark backstage before throwing him to a window.
Dream Match Wrestling (2005 - 2006, 2008 - 2011)
In june 2005, He was the first to be signed by a up start CAW League called DMW (Dream Match Wrestling) after the DMW owner was impressed by some of his matches in the independent circuit and as the first to sign with the up start league, he was named the first DMW Champion.
James defended the title against Sabu on a ECW vs. DMW event & defend it against Mario (making his first & last appearances in DMW) in a barb wire match at DMW Redemption 1. He also form a short lived alliance with Sigma, taking out anyone who was a threat to Dark. James was later stripped of the title by owner UT at Nightmare show 3 for refusing to defend the title.
DMW World Champion (1st reign)
At SummerPlex 2005, James defeated The Undertaker in a Hell in a Cell match to become the first champion after help from Randy Orton (who became DMW champion early on in the event) and form another short lived alliance with DMW champion Randy Orton till Orton lost the DMW Championship at DMW Enter Hell 05 to Predator.
DMW would go into a short hiatus (It was thought to be the end of DMW) due to a computer virus.
During the hiatus, James would defend the DMW World title for the first time against his former best friend Mr. Showtime at COH Showcase. He would defeat Showtime with help from his brother Joshura Dark.
James (sporting a short haircut) then defended the title against The DeadMan in a buried alive match in DMW's first match in SVR06. James won the match after The Undertaker (who was The DeadMan's tag partner at the time) attacked The DeadMan & buried him alive.
DMW returned from hiatus with a event simply titled "DMW Comeback", James Dark issued a open challenge to anyone to face him in a non-title, no dq, anything goes match. Hades (twin brother of "Nightmare" Jimmy Nicmeri) agreed to the challenge. James seemed like he was about to win the match, till a promo video featuring UCWA star The Blood (who was a guest in the event and was attacked by someone paid by James Dark as James does not like anyone outside DMW taking his spotlight) which distracted James for Hades to pick up a win and would be the first person to ever beat James Dark in DMW. James attacked Hades after the match but Hades was saved by The Blood.
On DMW's first ever episode of DMW BurnOut, James attacked Hades which turned into a brawl throughout the arena which also lasted throughout the show till James put Hades in a limo & used a car to crash into the limo.
On BurnOut show 2, James hosted the 2nd edition of the Dark Corner and talked about how he "killed" Hades. But a security guard was told to not have James host another Dark Corner cause it would cause more trouble then before. But James beat up the security guard till a still alive Hades made the save and took out James.
On BurnOut show 3, James Dark was forced to defend the DMW World title against Rampage as punishment. James instead brought in Giant X to defend the title for him while James was at ringside. The match ended in a dq when Giant X used a steel chair on Rampage. Both James & Giant X beatdown Rampage till Hades once again made the save.
At DMW Mayhem of Worlds, James Dark defended the DMW World title against Hades in a 3 stages of hell match. James defeated Hades with help from the F brothers (Big F & Psycho F). After the match, James's daughter Janna Dark came out and tried to asked what is going on. In one of DMW's shocking moments, James hit Janna with a chair and hit the Darkco Buster on Janna (to this day, James has not explained why he did it). James then stated that a Plague has started and a stable called The Plague was born.
The Plague/T-X feud
On BurnOut show 4, James interfered in a elimination tag match featuring Sinner & a debuting Ink (who was a new member of The Plague) vs. BurnOut champion Shadowstarr and the returning CruiserX champion T-X (who would later be renamed as Ultra Yakamoru) when James distracted T-X for Ink to pick uo the win. After the match, James attacks T-X till he left him battered (James does not like anyone taking his spotlight).
On BurnOut show 5, James interfered in T-X's match once again when he cost him the CruiserX title to Ink. Later on the show, Dark would defend the World title in the main event against a mystery opponent who would turn out to be Mr. Showtime. Unlike there previously encounter, both men battle in the ring to the backstage and back in the ring again. James's brother Joshura Dark once again interference in the match for James to retain the title. After the match, T-X attacks James for payback after losing the CruiserX title.
On BurnOut show 6, James would put T-X in what was called the Infection Challenge in which T-X faces members of The Plague with unfair odds against T-X on each BurnOut show. On show 6, James would put T-X in a handicap match against DMW Tag Team champions The Living Dead (They became members of The Plague when the F brothers help them win the tag titles in the tournament finals at Mayhem of Worlds) and despite the odds, T-X beat The Living Dead and James was furious at the end of the show.
On BurnOut Show 7, James put T-X in another Infection Challenge, this time in a cage match against the derange Psycho F. T-X would defeat Psycho F by escaping the cage after hitting a corkscrew moonsault from the top of the cage.
On BurnOut Show 8, James was involved in a 6 man tag match with Psycho F & a masked man (who was haunting Shadowstarr for weeks which had something to do with SS's past) against T-X, Rampage & Shadowstarr. T-X would get a shocking pinfall victory over the DMW World champion James Dark.
On BurnOut Show 9 before the DMW Caw of the Ring event, James would put T-X in one last Infection Challenge putting him against the man that beat him twice, the CruiserX champion Ink...With James Dark as the special referee. After the beating from both Ink & James Dark, T-X still was kicking out of James's fast counts but It was all to much for T-X in the end as he would lose to Ink once again with James making a fast count. After the match, James would take off T-X's mask for the world to see before him and Ink left him a bloody mess.
he would eventually lose the DMW World title to T-X at DMW Caw of the Ring and again in the rematch on DMW Burnout show 10 from interference from his daughter Janna Dark.
In a big shock to everyone, James Dark was fired from DMW after a incident that took place after BurnOut show 10 went of the air (or offline in other words) when James Dark (who was in a mindless & insane rage after losing perhaps his last chance to regain the DMW World title) attacked a pregnant women from the crowd who was taunting him.
In mid 2007 News broke out that the pregnant women that James attacked was nothing more then a plant paid by someone to get James fired whatever the cost. Even pretending to be pregnant and get attacked. After DMW officials heard about this, they contacted James about resigning him back. James agreed, but he said that he wouldn't return right now as he was still soul searching (as well as looking after his ill father who later died in his sleep at the age of 95, planning and attending his funeral & taking over his father's wrestling school in texas to honor him to train guys like Mark Hazard, Bryan Burns and others)
He returned to DMW in late 2008 at DMW Bound To Violence during the main event between Shadowstarr & "Nightmare" Jimmy Nicmeri for the vacant DMW World title when James hit Nicmeri with a chair and dragged SS on top of him. But Nicmeri managed to kick out and the match ended in a draw as both men couldn't answer the 10 count.
On DMW BurnOut show 25, James explained why he returned to DMW (He found out from a mysteries informer that the plant that got him fired from DMW was paid by none other then Jimmy Nicmeri) but was interrupted by "The Bull" Brian James to take the spolight. So James issued a challenge to Brain, but Brian backed away and left the ring. Afterwhich, Nicmeri attacked Dark from behind and threw him out of the ring. But then Shadowstarr came out and attacked Nicmeri just as James was grabing a chair but hit Shadowstarr by accident when Nicmeri moved out of the way and left the ring. As Nicmeri & Dark went face to face, Shadowstarr recovered and hit Dark with a Shadowcutterr before BurnOut show 25 ended.
He made his return to the ring on DMW BurnOut show 26 after he defeated Brian James in a matter of seconds. After which, Nicmeri tried to attacked Dark again but failed once again. Then Shadowstarr (with a ladder) came out and took out both Nicmeri & Dark before BurnOut show 26 ended.
At CAW Destruction Derby 2009, James Dark became the first man in DMW history to regain the DMW World title when he defeated Shadowstarr & "Nightmare" Jimmy Nicmeri in a triple threat ladder match for the vacant DMW World title.
DMW World Champion (2nd reign)
On BurnOut show 27, DMW owner UT introduced the new champion James Dark for a speech, but as he could even say a word, PWH World Champion Beastro interrupt and demanded a title match for James's title. UT was furious that Beastro interrupted but James asked UT to give Beastro a title shot so he can put him in his place. So UT made it the main event of show 27 but added something ese as if Beastro loses, he would defend the PWH World title against Shadowstarr on BurnOut show 28. James defeated Beastro to retain his title after 3 Neck Drops & a Darko Buster which would be renamed as "The Ten Ton Hammer".
Jimmy Nicmeri feud: World Champion vs. "REAL" World's Champion
On ShotGun show 6, James Dark faced against "The Bull" Brian James (who became DMW BurnOut Champion on BurnOut show 28 by defeating Rampage with interference from Big F) which ended in a dq when Jimmy Nicmeri attacked James Dark after he hit the Dark Buster on Brian James. After the match both Brain & Jimmy beatdown on Dark till one of James Dark's trainees Mark Hazard ran down and made the save.
On BurnOut show 29, James Dark & Mark Hazard defeated "The Bull" Brain James & "Nightmare" Jimmy Nicmeri in a tag team main event when Hazard pinned "The Bull" after hitting the "Bio-Hazard Lvl 1" Brainbuster.
On BurnOut show 30, after Jimmy Nicmeri regained his "REAL" World's title from Mr. Showtime in the main event, James was shown on the titantron next to Nicmeri's car (the car was special to Nicmeri as he brought it after he won the XCW Undisputed title in 2005) and said that the car doesn't look right for Nicmeri and he was gonna work on it so that it does. James smashed the windows and some parts of the car with a crowbar. Then proceeded to spray sewage on the car with a sewage truck before the show ended.
On DMW Untitled #1, After an enrage Jimmy Nicmeri quickly defeated "The Bull" Brian James, Nicmeri called out James so he can put him down. James came out and made fun of Nicmeri's car which enrage Nicmeri even more. Nicmeri says that seeing James with the title that should have been his long ago pisses him off. James says that he would gladly give Nicmeri a shot at the title...If Nicmeri puts up the "REAL" World's title in a title for title match. James then says that Nicmeri has time to decide and also that he had a gift for Nicmeri as well. When James left, a tribute video for Nicmeri's car was shown on the titantron. Nicmeri was livid by it before the show ended.
On DMW BurnOut show 31, James lost to Black/White in a non-title match when Jimmy Nicmeri distracted Dark for Black/White to recover & pin James with a Crucifix pin. After the match, Nicmeri ran to the ring and hit James with his finisher The Diluted. After that, Nicmeri grabbed a mic and decided to not accept James's challenge for a title for title match and left the ring with James laid out as the show ended.
After DMW BurnOut show 31 ended, Nicmeri said the reason he declined James's challenge was because it wasn't enough and wanted a No Holds Barred match and the loser would never challenge for the DMW World title as long as the other is champion. James responded saying that he was surprised that Jimmy said no at first till after what Jimmy said after. James also said that Jimmy is desperate to become World champion and that his obsession for a world title will be his downfall. James accept Nicmeri's terms and said that the beating he will give to Nicmeri will be be a good thing.
Night Of Champions (2006)
James made his debut for NOC in NOC's first event No Way Out, winning a 6 man over the top rope battle royal match featuring "Demonic" Scott Horan, Jaxon Black, "Mr. Amazing" John Torant, Dead Soul & Xavier Darkmind.
At NOC's 2nd event Deadly Revenge, he was involved in a fatal 4 way steel cage #1 contender match featuring NOC European champion FranticFreak, Bravo & The Pheonix with the winner facing the NOC champion at the next NOC event. Bravo would be the one to win the match.
At NOC's 3rd (& final) event Mayhem, James & FranticFreak would be in another steel cage match but this time going against each other for the NOC European championship. James completely destroyed FranticFreak throughout the match before ending the match with a double stomp off the top of the cage and climbing the cage to win the match and becoming the new & last NOC European champion.
Xtreme Championship Wrestling (2005 - 2006)
James Dark made his offical XCW debut on XCW TakeDown show 2 in a 16 man tournament for the XCW Takedown title. He would lose in the first round against Sheek.
On a Christmas edition of XCW TakeDown show 3, James attacked Santa Claus backstage which lead to a match between James & Santa. James defeated Santa in a nodq match. Santa would attack James for payback from earlier on backstage. To this very day, James has not giving a reason why he attacked Santa Claus.
On XCW TakeDown show 3, James was giving time to discuss the cause of his actions. Instead he talked about XCW Burn being the better brand and he would rather be there instead cause they know better talent. New Takedown owner Dwayne Smyth came out to announce a trade between Burn & Takedown wrestlers and announced that James was the one that was traded to Burn from Takedown.
A week after James was traded from Takedown, XCW Takedown ended.
James made his debut (& last match) for XCW Burn at Eternal Punishment defeating Project Satan. XCW Burn would go on a year long hatus after the event.
At the three league event called CUWL vs. XCW vs. CAW-D: Total Destruction, James represented XCW in a 10 man royal rumble match as entry #6. He won the match after throwing "The German Playboy" Steve Wanye over the top.
Multi-League & Other CAW League Appearances
CAW Destiny V
James Dark defeated PWH's Joey Law to retain the DMW World title in the opening match of CAW Destiny V. The match was featured in nL's UMAD 5 when LT impersonated Allan & Solid Snake as a April fool's joke to the host of the event Veg-o-man.
The match is infamous for various things. One of them is LT mistaken a Texas Cloverleaf for a Sharpshooter. It is a mistake that still haunts him to this very day.
CAW World Cup 2010
At the CAW World Cup event, James Dark defeated Psycho F in a title unification match with the DMW World & the EAW titles on the line.
OWF Summer Slamboree V
James appeared on OWF's mega event representing DMW in one of four special attraction matches where he defeated his brother & OWF wrestler Joshua Dark.
Maritime Wrestling Alliance (2005 - 2006) (e-fed)
James wrestled in a WWF No Mercy efed called MWA (Maritime Wrestling Alliance) where he won the MWA United States title a record 4 times and the NMHC Tag Team title twice.
Championships and Accomplishments
- Dream Match Wrestling
- Maritime Wrestling Alliance (e-fed)
- Night Of Champions
- NOC European Championship (1 time, final)
- Power Fist Wrestling
- PFW World Championship (1 time)
- PFW Galactus Championship (1 time)
- PFW Barebones Championship (1 time, final)
- 1st to win all three single championships under the PFW name
- Other Championships and Accomplishments
1 ^ Won the championship in a title unification match at the 2010 CAW World Cup event for the DMW World title & EAW title.
2 ^ Relinquished the championship minutes after winning it from Sean O'Connor.
Finishers & Sigturane Move(s)
- Finishing moves
- Darko Buster/Ten Ton Hammer – (Mexican Stretch Buster/Muscle Buster) – 2005–present
- Dark Buster – (Fisherman DDT) – 1986–present
- Edgecrusher '06 – (Double Underhook Facebuster/Pedigree) – 2006; only used a few times in DMW
- Edgecrusher – (Vertical suplex piledriver as a sitdown or a kneeldown)– 1999–present
- Blinding Sorcerer – (Shining Wizard with the left leg) – 2006–present; used as a finisher in XCW & NOC
- Signature moves
- Dream Match Wrestling
- Night Of Champions
- Xtreme Championship Wrestling
- "Babylon" by Soulfly (2005 - 2006) *used in XCW: Takedown*
- "Edgecrusher" by Fear Factory (2006) *used in XCW: Burn*
- "Babylon" by Soulfly (2005 - 2006) *used in XCW: Takedown*
- Original Wrestling Federation / Power Fist Wrestling
- Dream Match Wrestling
- Original Wrestling Federation / Power Fist Wrestling
- Dream Match Wrestling
- Big F (Plague Member)
- Dead Soul (Plague Member)
- Giant X (Plague Member)
- Joshura Dark
- Mark Hazard
- Psycho F (Plague Member)
- Randy Orton
- The Freak (Plague Member)
- Original Wrestling Federation / Power Fist Wrestling
- "The Bull" Brian James
- Arcan (Desperados Member)
- Krauser (Desperados Member)
- Kaworu Kusanagi (Desperados Member)
- Amy Dark Wisnoweski (Sister)
- David "The Tormentor" Dark (Father)
- Janna Dark (Daughter)
- Jessie Dark (Daughter)
- Joshua Dark (Brother)