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Damian Mackle (born 20 February 1985) is a professional wrestler from Northern Ireland, best known for his work on the WhatCulture Pro Wrestling under the ring name Big Damo.

History in WCPW Edit

In 2016, Damo made his debut with WhatCulture Pro Wrestling on the June 28th episode of Loaded, defeating Joe Hendry in a number one contenders match for the WCPW World Championship. This feud began before the WCPW Loaded Episode 1.

On 25 July at Built To Destroy, Damo defeated Rampage to become the first ever WCPW Heavyweight Champion, aligning himself with Adam Blampied, turning heel in the process.

On 3 September at Stacked, Damo would lose the title to Joseph Conners (though was not pinned) in a four-way match also involving Rampage and Hendry.

On the 24 September episode of Loaded, Damo would be defeated by Alberto El Patrón, where following the stipulation made by WCPW General Manager Adam Pacitti, Damo was fired from WCPW.

On the 22 October episode of Loaded, Damo returned to WCPW after announcing that Pacitti allowed him back. On 12 November at True Legacy, Damo would face Kirby in a losing effort. This would be Damo's final appearance for the company, where he would show his respect to Kirby and announcing he will be heading to Orlando.

Appearances Edit

In Wrestling Edit

  • Finishing moves
    • Cóiste Bodhar (Lifting inverted DDT)
    • Cú Chulainn's Wrath (Double underhook crossface)
    • Piledriver
    • Ulster Plantation (One-handed electric chair driver)
    • Van-Damo-Nator (Corner-to-corner front missile dropkick to a steel chair against the face of an opponent seated in the corner)
  • Signature moves
    • Barn River Boot (Bicycle kick)
    • Belfast Blitz (Cannonball)
    • Belfast Bomb (Senton bomb)
    • Powerbomb
    • Rolling fireman's carry slam
    • Running low crossbody
    • Running senton splash
  • Nicknames
    • "The Beast of Belfast"
    • "The Hound of Ulster"
    • "Big Damo"
    • "O'Connor"
  • Entrance Themes
    • "Beast" by Neil McDougall (Independent Circuit; November 2013-November 12 2016)

Championships and accomplishments Edit

Defiant Champions