2017 Top Prospect Tournament Entrant 'Kingpin' Brian Milonas

The moment “Kingpin” Brian Milonas enters the room, people notice. Standing 6’4” and weighing just short of 400 lbs, Milonas is a mountain of a man. Milonas enters the 2017 Top Prospect Tournament as the tournament’s largest competitor ever and an instant threat to dominate the competition en route to winning and earning a ROH contract!

Milonas is from the pro-wrestling hotbed of New England. A 15-year pro, Milonas was trained by Hall of Famer Killer Kowalski. His experience compares favorably to fellow New Englander, 2016 TPT Finalist Brian Fury, and, next to his size, may be his greatest weapon. Despite his experience, Milonas is still one of the youngest competitors in the field and has the potential to not only win the Top Prospect Tournament but to take that success right to ROH gold.

“Kingpin” uses a sitting sidewinder he calls the “Swingvote” and often surprises unsuspecting opponents with his agility and explosiveness with a devastating running senton splash. One man who knows just how dangerous Milonas is is 2014 Top Prospect Tournament Winner and former ROH World Tag Team Champion “Warbeard” Hanson – Hanson has warned the ROH locker room not to take Milonas lightly!

Will Milonas be the next New England star joining Mike Bennett, Matt Taven, Hanson, and Dijak to win the Top Prospect Tournament? His size, athleticism, and experience make the “Kingpin” one of the most dangerous men in the tournament! 

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