You best get used to hearing the name 'Noam Dar'. Okay, you best get used to pronouncing it first, with 'Noam' coming out not unlike 'gnome'.
Dar recently qualified for the WWE Global Cruiserweight Series by defeating Josh Bodom, cementing his spot in the 32-man field for the tapings coming next month. How far Dar can progress in the tournament remains to be seen, but the future ahead of the young Israeli-Scot is as bright as it gets.
Dar has wrestled for every single British promotion worth its salt, including Insane Championship Wrestling (ICW), Revolution Pro Wrestling (RPW), Preston City Wrestling (PCW) and others. The man has won numerous championships along the way, including having the honour of being the last ever 1PW Openweight Champion before that promotion folded.
Earlier this week, What Culture Pro Wrestling General Manager Adam Pacitti announced that Noam Dar would be challenging for the ROH World Title against Jay Lethal in Newcastle on June 16th at the promotion's opening show. After quickly selling out the arena, tickets were made available for an additional show the night before on June 15th. Grab your tickets now before they go.
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