Big; The Kingpin; The Smartest Man
In Professional Wrestling
June 18, 2004
Feds worked for: AACW
, Arkansas Pro Wrestling (AR), Mid-States Wrestling (AR/KS/MO/OK), Southern Independent Wrestling Federation (KY), Tex
oma Pride Wrestling (OK/TX), Traditional Championship Wrestling (AR/MO/TN)
Hitting people with his shoe
Affiliates: Charming Charles
, Christopher Fox
, Jason Jones
, Tug Jacobs, Tad Thirsty, C. M. Burnham
, Beau Dalton
, Luc Lapointe
, Mitch Carter
, David O'Neal, Max
McGuirk, Doomsday, Damon Windsor
, Blake Albright
, Brent Albright
, Excellence Personified
, Kurtis Riggs
Notable Feuds: Flamon Raymon
, The New Texas Outlaw
s, Beau Dalton, Ray Martinez
, Michael Barry
E, Rick Garrett
, Crazy Charlie
, Impact, Inc.
, Steve O
Official Website: www.Facebook.com/KingpinMikeIles
-Not to be confused with the Mike Iles
that is a dirt track race car driver in the northeast part of the country, the Mikey Iles that is an actor, the Michael Iles that is an actor, or the Michael Iles that is the CEO of Active Environmental Technologies Inc.
-Graduated from Broken Arrow High School in Broken Arrow, OK. He was in the same graduating class as Buzz Markley
-Also the Associate Editor of Oklafan
was the Best Man at his wedding on April 17, 2010
-One of the founding fathers of Excellence Personified along with Jack Legacy and Michael Barry.
-Was given the nickname "The Kingpin" by Michael Barry
-Broke into the wrestling business almost on a fluke. He was planning on attending a wrestling show and his friend, who was a worker on the show, asked if he would like to fill in for the absent ring announcer. He has been around ever since.
-Tagged with Mitch Carter and defeated Johnny Z
& Tommy Revell
is his first official match on May 17, 2008.
-Has been licensed as a ring announcer in Arkansas, Kansas, Kentucky, Missouri, and Oklahoma
-Current ring announcer for WFC, Mid-States Wrestling, and Arkansas Pro Wrestling
-Co-Ring Announcer and DVD commentary announcer for OWA
-Former ring announcer for MWA, NWA
-U, SRPW, TAP, and Traditional Championship Wrestling. Has also filled in as a substitute ring announcer for ComPro, FCW, SWCW, UWE, and Southern Independent Wrestling Federation.
-Has also done ring announcing for America's Best Boxing Inc. in Branson, MO and Mid-States Promotions Boxing Fight Night in Harrison, AR
-In addition to ring announcing, he has also done TV or DVD announcing for NWA-U, NWA-OK, MWA, IZW
, WFC, and Mid-States Wrestling.
-During the time that NWA-U's TV show "NWA Intense TV" ran on WB19 in Tulsa, he also was co-producer of the show and supplied voice overs for commercials and announcements.
-Was introduced as the new play-by-play announcer for AACW Television in July 2006 but AACW's TV show never materialized.
-Current commissioner of ComPro
er or Director of Operations of NWA-OK, NWA-U, SWCW, IZW, and MWA.
-During his tenure as SWCW commissioner, he turned on SWCW Heavyweight Champion Rick Garrett and made a quick 3-count giving Striker the title. He then began building a stable of wrestlers to take over SWCW until he stepped down as commissioner to take the commissioner position in IZW.
-Was hand picked by the Oklahoma Boxing Commission to become IZW Commissioner on October 27, 2007. Was forced to share commissioner duties in IZW when Steve O was named co-commissioner by IZW owner John Zorthos
. Was fired as IZW Commissioner on March 21, 2009 when Zorthos was granted a court injunction against the Oklahoma Boxing Commission's appointment of Iles.
-While ring announcer at MWA, he was named Director of Operations on October 9, 2009. He began managing Excellence Personified behind the scenes at MWA until he revealed himself as the leader of EP when he turned on Jeff Starchild
and allowed Jack Legacy to win the Heavyweight Title on May 7, 2010. He only signed a one year contract and his last show as DOO was on September 10, 2010.
-Voted Ring Announcer of the Year in the 2005 and 2007 OldSchoolWrestling.com Year End Awards
-Voted Commissioner of the Year in the 2009 Oklafan Year-End Awards
-Voted Commissioner of the Year in the 2012 Oklafan Year-End Awards