Josh Woods is perhaps the most dangerous man in Top Prospect Tournament history

Josh “The Goods” Woods enters the 2017 Top Prospect Tournament with the most robust amateur record of any entrant in the history of the tournament. The West Palm Beach, FL native is a 4-time All-American and SEC Champion wrestling out of the University Central Florida. The former Golden Knight enters the TPT as a National Champion and was the captain of the 2012 US MMA team who has run fight camps for UFC stars Seth Petruzelli, Alex Nicholson, Mike Perry, and “Filthy” Tom Lawlor.

In short, Woods is a dangerous man. Perhaps the most dangerous in Top Prospect Tournament history.

The only potential knock on Woods is his relative inexperience comparative to other TPT competitors. But the pedigree of both his amateur background and the men who trained him to be a pro wrestler, which includes former ROH star Adam Pearce as well as men known the world over like Matt Bloom, Billy Gunn, Norman Smiley, and Terry Taylor, make up for any perceived experience gap.

In just over two years, Woods has challenged himself by taking on the top talent in the world. “The Goods” tested himself against stars like KENTA and Sami Callihan in his first year while recently competing against ROH stars like Punishment Martinez and TK O’Ryan. Woods is among the hottest up-and-coming stars in professional wrestling and will set out to prove that he is ready to take ROH by storm in Pittsburgh!

Confident and determined, Woods heads to Pittsburgh with a chip on his shoulder and intends to use his robust, impressive amateur background to reach the top of Ring of Honor.

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