The Zombiie King
The Puerto Rican Beast
The Dominican Diablo
The Lone Wolf
The Critics Say:
Aramis LaPaz is a revolutionary wrestler embued with the native Spirit of the Wolf from the jungles of the island of Hispaniola. The Lone Wolf's ideals range from guerrilla warfare, tribal traditions and rituals, hostile takeovers, military occupation, and criminal acts justified by religion and combat. The actions and motives of his wrestling style are closely linked to his personality and primitive charisma. Aramis LaPaz is indeed The Lone Wolf. His motto is Respect Everyone, Trust No One.
Colossal Mike Law
Layin' Down the Law
The Jersey Devil
Hash Tag Sexiness
The Dramatist Says:
Eric Jayden is the definition of authority and sexiness #ericjayden … Some know him as Mr. Photoshoot or The Sexy Saiyan. Rumors abound that Mr. Jayden was seeded by a visitor from a race of powerful warriors, who were exiled from the planet Vegeta and are now roaming the Universe, but blood tests are inconclusive. Frankly, we don't believe a word of it. He's just a very bad boy who likes to win and will do whatever it takes to do so.
The Merengue Warrior
To Dance with Death
The Critics Say:
From the mysterious, often brutal rural heartland of the Dominican Republic emerges a new kind of ring warrior, the Merengue Warrior, who dances to a frenetic, sometimes majestic beat — all his own. Some of his brothers back home have hands stained with the blood-like juice of the sugar beet fruit. Left behind, they toil under the hot Carribean sun, their fate decided at the hands of another. Not so for the Merengue Warrior, who has fled the beet fields for the bright lights of the city, where he makes a new name for himself. When he sees red on his hands, it's the the blood of his enemies.
Don't be fooled by the stiff-legged, limping step of the méringue dance, where a foot is dragged on every step to pay homage to the laborers of the field, who long ago were bound to one another by chains strapped to their ankles. Their dance was one of misery and toil. Now the dance signals a sweet dessert, sure to come at the victory feast. Merengue tipico! Merengue cibaeño. Who shall be next to fall to the Warrior?
The Amazing Graysons
LAW Tag Team Champions
Tale of the Tape:
Trained at the Monster Factory by Larry Sharpe, Ed Atlas, and CJ Brock, Master Gigante is known as pro wrestling's only "Master Official." Entering the ring in 1999 as a wrestler, Mr. Gigante fell prey to injury, but his passion for the sport led him to stay active on multiple fronts. Today Mr. Gigante serves as ring announcer, social media ambassador, photographer, and poster and graphics designer for several promotions. Naturally, his first loyalty is to Legendary Action Wrestling.
The Master Official can be found on Facebook under the name "Master Gigante" and Twitter under the handle @MasterOfficialG. His graphics design creations can be seen on Instagram at TPhunkDesigns. Mr. Gigante hails from Cliffside Park, New Jersey.
The Editor Reports:
“The Ace” Dante Jayce is a veteran wrestling announcer and an award-winning professional actor. A former wrestler himself, Dante brings insight, vocal expertise, improvisational skills, and ability to tell a story to the pro wrestling experience — a unique mix of talents that make him a perfect fit for commentary.
Jayce The Ace has conducted interviews with and called the matches of some of the biggest names in the sport, including Chavo Guerrero Jr., Colt Cabana, Sami Callihan, La Parka, and Sabu. A stage and screen veteran, Dante has starred in independent films such as How He Came Back Home and We Just Met. He has been featured on The Jon Tron Show and can currently be glimpsed on HBO’s Vinyl.
We invite you to check out the “Golden Voice” of LAW on YouTube or Twitter (@DanteJayce). You can reach Dante by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org