The moment “Kingpin” Brian Milonas enters a room, people notice. Standing 6-feet-4 and weighing just short of 400 pounds, Milonas is a mountain of a man. He’s not one-dimensional inside the ring, however, as Milonas often surprises unsuspecting opponents with his agility and explosiveness.
After nearly 15 years of experience on the independent circuit, Milonas made his Ring of Honor debut in the 2017 Top Prospect Tournament, where he won his opening-round match before falling to eventual winner Josh Woods in the semifinals. A few months later, Milonas came up short in a match against Beer City Bruiser, but he made a positive impression on the big man from Milwaukee, who later recruited Milonas to be his tag team partner.
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