Ian Rotten

John Benson Williams (born June 1, 1970) is an American professional Wrestler better known by his ring name Ian Rotten. He has wrestled in Global Wrestling Federation (GWF), Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW), and his own wrestling promotion IWA: Mid-South.

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Josh Abercrombie - Career - Independent Wrestling Association Mid-South (2003–2006) - 2003–2005
... under the ring name Josh Abercrombie, debuted for Ian Rotten's Independent Wrestling Association Mid-South promotion on October 23, 2003 in a match against Steve Stone ... Between January and February in 2005, he began a feud against Ian Rotten, which included a match that Rotten won as part of the NWA Indiana State ... humorously entered the contest covered in bubble wrap, which was removed by Rotten a few minutes into the match ...
Axl Rotten - Championships and Accomplishments
... GWF Tag Team Championship (1 time) with Ian Rotten Independent Wrestling Association Mid-South IWA Mid-South Heavyweight Championship (2 times) IWA Mid-South Tag Team ... Ian Rotten Star Cavalcade Wrestling SCW Heavyweight Championship (1 time) SCW Tag Team Championship (1 time) - with Ricky Lawless Universal Independent Wrestling UIW ...
Ian Rotten - In Wrestling
... moves Career Killer (Diving elbow drop) Rotten Rush (Double underhook DDT) Signature moves Brainbuster Corkscrew elbow smash Falling chokebomb Head vice Pumphandle slam Snap suplex Ura-nage Nicknames ...
Carter Gray - Career - Independent Wrestling Association Mid South
... IWA Mid-South owner, Ian Rotten saw it fit to schedule a rematch at Kings of the Crimson Mask, August 2, 2008 ... Ian Rotten quickly took the microphone and offered Quick a rematch, this time inside of a steel cage ... He begged and pleaded with Ian Rotten to pull the two out of the Ted Petty Invitational to settle the score once and for all ...

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