Brandon’s dream of becoming a professional wrestler
began when he was 4 years old, and the Virginia native turned his dream into reality thanks to
his rigorous training, determination and dedication.
After breaking into the sport as a referee
at age 17, Brandon has been showcasing his wrestling skills up and down the East and West
coasts for the past 15 years. Known as “Mr. Xcellence,” Brandon has appeared on World Wrestling Entertainment TV shows “Raw,” “SmackDown,” and “205 Live,” and he also has performed on All Elite
Wrestling’s “AEW Dark: Elevation” YouTube show. He has shared the squared circle with several WWE Hall of Famers and competed for the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Title.
Brandon has made the PWI 500 six times and earned a reputation as one of the top independent wrestlers in Maryland and Virginia. He has held more than a dozen titles in his career, including the MCW Rage Television Championship and VCW Heavyweight
Championship. In addition, Brandon won MCW’s prestigious Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup
in 2019, adding his name to a list of winners that includes Adam Cole, Lio Rush and Flip
What Brandon lacks in size, he makes up for in intensity. He has demonstrated an ability to
connect with the audience and elicit the desired response, whether that means getting the fans
to enthusiastically cheer him on or vociferously boo him out of the building.