Battle Club Pro: The Bounty in Kings County Power Rankings: Dunne Delivers, Bad Apple Ready to Be Sweet n Sour

Check out our Battle Club Pro Bounty in Kings County Power Rankings to see who left Brooklyn with the most to brag about.

Honorable Mention: Shane Mercer: This guy is an athletic animal. He’s the total package and even though he lost to Logan Black, it took Brass Knuckles to get the job done.

5: The Ugly Ducklings: These guys are small but mega fierce. Their Ducksday Device is awesome and their manager, Coach Mikey, is hilarious. When you talk about awesome indie tag teams, these guys have to be in the conversation.

4: Flip Gordon: Two wins on BCP and Wrestler’s Lab makes sure the people in attendance went home remembering his name. One of ROH’s newest signees, Gordon has an awesome future ahead of him.

3: Darius Carter: His loss to Pete Dunne wasn’t one he should have been ashamed of. Simply put, the debonair millionaire proved he belongs in the ring with the best of the indies and beyond. Any talk that he’s unsafe to work with is from someone who wasn’t at the show. Simply put, Dunne and Carter were stiff as hell the entire match and Dunne, unfortunately, got the worst of it. Like it or not, Carter may, end up as the first ever BCP Champion in a few months.

2: The Carnies/British Strong Style: Their match was easily one of the best on the card and proves The Carnies belong in the ring with pretty much any tag team in the indie scene. It also proves once again that Tyler Bate and Trent Seven are world class competitors in their own right. If this is what fans can expect once the WWE gets going in the UK, it’s going to be a blast. As well, Pete Dunne’s win over Darius Carter was an impressive one and that proves the WWE UK Champion is more than ready to build the WWE Brand in the United Kingdom.

1: Matt Macintosh: His win in the Fatal Four-Way gives him a ticket to the finals of the Battle Club Pro Championship tournament. Crafty, athletic and armed with the Curb Stomp and a slew of other deadly offensive maneuvers, Macintosh definitely has what it takes to be the first-ever Battle Club Pro Champion.

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