"The Enforcer" JP Kaos
Las Vegas, Nevada - 216 lbs - 6'02"
Trainer: Paul Diamond & Robby Royce
Pro Debut: June 30th, 2001 - Canadian Wrestling Federation
Debut Match: Loss to Darren "The Bomb" Dalton - Killarney, Mb
PCW Debut: with David Dixon defeated Pete Chee & Greg Romijn - May 8th, 2003
Signature Moves: Kas Theory Slam, Superplex
2X PCW Canadian Championship
5X PCW Tag Team Championship (w/Robby Royce 1X, w/David Dixon 1X, w/Chris Marxwell 1X, w/Adam Knight 2X)
6X TRCW Tag Team Championship (w/Scott E Smooth 1X, w/Axe 2X, w/Robby Royce 3X)
David London has been a key part of Premier Championship Wrestling's "young superstar" movement in recent time, an athletic talent making tremendous strides in his development as a professional wrestler.
London first broke into the wrestling industry for Steel Town Pro Wrestling after being trained by older brother Leo. David's SPW career would eventually climax with a victory over Vinny Valiant in a tournament final to capture the SPW Heavyweight Championship, a sign of the success to come as he progressed through the ranks of professional wrestling.
David followed Leo to PCW where addtional training was provided by "Outlaw" Adam Knight. The London's quickly joined "The CommonWealth" alongside James Beaver and Scott Justice - a group of young British/European Flavoured Superstars.
London soon reached the apex of the tag team division as he and Leo defeated Kenny Omega & Chris Stevens (along with Chad Tatum & Jackie Lee) to capture the PCW Tag Team Championship on February 28th 2015. The London Dynasty had a very successful 224 day reign as champions, ending as a result of an intense and thrilling feud with Team Flex Appeal. Following the loss, and with tension rising between the two proud brothers, David embarked on a singles career.
David has been a natural athlete his entire life, competing in a variety of sports. He's captured provincial championships in both Football & Baseball as well as being a two-time tournament finalist in Boxing in the Lightweight division.
David utilizes a number of suplexes and throws in his offensive arsenal and puts opponents away with conviction using manouvers such as the Package Pile Driver and his own version of the Michinoku Driver, the appropriately named London Driver. With his athletic background and youthful intent to continue getting better, the future looks bright for David London!