From a young age, “The Mile High Magnum” Dak Draper knew he was different. He always stood taller, ran faster, and jumped higher than his peers in his beloved home state, Colorado.
Dak’s natural abilities made him a stand out wrestler and football player throughout high school and college. After the national wrestling tournament, his senior year of college, he began his professional wrestling training at the WWE Performance Center.
Although his athletic pursuits have changed over time, his thirst for competition and more importantly, winning, have stayed the same. He has made it his goal to show that no man can stand toe to toe with the “Mile High Magnum“ and as his hand is raised in victory, he will be the first to tell his opponent “SHAME ON YOU!”
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