Meet Justin Reno
Justin Reno exploded onto the wrestling scene as a brash, hungry 18 year old. True to his Vegas roots, he draped himself in a green boa and began revving up the crowds like he'd been doing it all his life.
"I was ready for that moment from age 10," he says. "Wrestling was missing a Justin Reno and it just so happens I was able to fill that void. When I walk out from that curtain, you'd better believe the people will remember ME at the end of the night above all others."
Don't let that boa fool you, though. Many a sorry opponent has made that error in judgement. The youngest ever to vie for -- and win -- the MECW heavyweight title, "The Famous" Justin Reno is the master of many moves, perfecting the discus clothesline, moonsault press, ball-n-chain suplex, and a personal favorite he calls the Reno Roulette.
Reno is unpredictable in the ring, continuing to put his moves -- and himself -- to the test. Never knowing what to expect, some love him and some loathe him, but none can deny his superior wrestling skills or talent for putting on a memorable show.
"I'm destined for greatness," says Reno with an eye toward the future.
Is he extremely confident…perhaps somewhat arrogant…or completely deluded?
It seems that only time will tell for sure.
"The Famous" Justin Reno Affiliations
- 7 Rivers Wrestling
- Dynasty Pro Wrestling
- Elite Pro Wrestling (EPW)
- Fusion Wrestling
- IWA Midwest
- Just Pro Wrestling (JPW)
- Metro East Championship Wrestling (MECW)
- NWA Wisconsin
- Pro Wrestling BLITZ
- Proving Ground Pro Wrestling (PGP)
- The Wrestling Show
- Windy City Pro Wrestling (WCPW)
- Wrestling Past, Present, and Future (WPPF)
"The Famous" Justin Reno Milestones
- Al Snow Wrestling Camp, 7-14-13
- Elite Pro Wrestling (EPW): International Light Heavyweight Champ, 5-4-13
- Badstreet Casket Match (as Judas Yorick) w/Paul Bearer, 2-23-13
- Harley Race Wrestling Camp, 11-26-12 through 12-1-12
- "WWE Legend" The Honky Tonk Man vs "The Famous" Justin Reno, 9-14-12
- TNA Gut Check, 8-18-12
- Metro East Championship Wrestling (MECW): Heavyweight Champ, 11-12-11
- First Match: Reno vs. NBK at the WCPW Studio, 2-6-10