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Duke Swellington

Duke Swellington

Nickname: The Silver Fox; Diamond

Height: 5' 10"

Weight: 241 lbs.

From: Desert Bluffs, AZ

Birthday: Dec 4th

Pro Debut: October 13, 2001

Aliases: Outcast, Anarchy [1st], El Anarquia, Kenny Campbell, Kenneth Campbell, Ken Masters

Feds Worked For: ACW, ComPro, FCW, GWF (2016), IZW, MSWA, MWA, NWA-OK, OPW, OCW, OWP, SRPW, SWCW, TPW, WFC, WWG, Extreme Pro Wrestling (KS), Global Wrestling Federation (KS), Mid-States Wrestling (AR/KS/MO), Professional Championship Wrestling (TX), Total Texas Wrestling (TX), West Coast Wrestling Company (CA)

Finisher: Duke Valley Driver; The Dukeconoclasm

Signature Moves: Frog Splash, Velvet Love Lock, Prozac Plunge, Falcon Arrow, Heavy Leg, Slingshot Backbreaker, The Unsafe Driver

 

Career Highlights: -ACW Hardcore Champion (2x)
-ACW Institutional Champion
-ACW Light Heavyweight Champion (2x)
-ACW Tag Team Champion (2x; both w/ Tyler Bateman)
-ComPro Oklahoma X Division Champion
-ComPro Tag Team Champion (3x, 2 w/ Dustin Heritage; 1 by himself)
-IZW Hardcore Champion
-IZW Impact Division Champion (5x)
-IZW Tag Team Champion (w/ Tyler Bateman)
-OCW Oklahoma Light Heavyweight Champion
-SRPW Hardcore Champion
-SRPW X Division Champion (2x)
-TPW Champion
-TPW Light Heavyweight Champion

Affiliates: ICF, VIP Crew, Fraternity of Sin, Tyler Bateman, Timmy J, Adam Thornstowe, Mitch Carter, Luc Stecher, Excellence Personified, The Future Hall of Famers

Notable Feuds: Justin Lee, Shane Morbid, Mitch Carter, Adam Thornstowe, The Re-Gex, Dustin Heritage, Seth Allen, Jermaine Johnson, Kikutaro

Other Facts: -Half-Brother of pro wrestling manager Boss Campbell. They were estranged for many years but are now on good terms since splitting a holiday goose during Christmas 2011.
-Graduated from Union High School in Tulsa, OK
-As Outcast, he used the nickname "The Human Hate Machine"
-As Kenny Campbell, he used the nicknames "The Velvet Love God", "The Vulture", "Outkast", "No Frills", "Bad Intentions", and "Mr. Armageddon". Also was sometimes billed as hailing from The Mean Streets of Parts Unknown, WCW Special Forces, and Silent Hill, SC
-As Kenneth Campbell, he used the nickname "Pastor"
-As Ken Masters, he used the nickname "Diamond" and was asked by Excellence Personified members to show the fans his pinky ring
-As Duke Swellington, he has also been announced as "The Master of the Kermit Arms", "The King of the Kung Fu Grip", "The Banana in Your Fruit Bowl of Love", and "The Weapon of Mass Seduction".
-Former member of ICF
-Former member of The Fraternity of Sin
-Former member of The VIP Crew
-Current member of Excellence Personified
-Former member of The Future Hall of Famers
-Teamed with Justin Lee against Northern Threat (Luc Lapointe & Jean Paul) & The VIP Crew (Rocco & Vinnie Valentino) in his debut, a Triple Threat Match, which his team lost by DQ
-Temporarily forced Justin Lee to leave OCW by defeating him in a Loser-Leaves-OCW Match for the OCW Oklahoma Light Heavyweight Title
-Participant in the 2002 Southern States Super 8 Tournament
-Former commissioner of SRPW
-Former commissioner of Mid-States Wrestling
-Voted Most Improved Wrestler of the Year (as Outcast, tied w/ Karl Davis) by the TPW fans in 2003.
-Voted Match of the Year (w/ Timmy J & Bobby Dalton vs. West Coast, Inc) by the SRPW Fans in 2004.
-Inducted into the IZW Hall of Impact on December 20, 2008
-Ranked # 7 in the 2005 Oklafan Top 50 (as Kenny Campbell)
-Ranked # 16 in the 2007 Oklafan Top 50 (as Kenny Campbell)
-Ranked # 42 in the 2008 Missouri Wrestling Revival Top 100 Wrestlers in the Midwest (as Kenny Campbell)
-Ranked #29 in the 2008 Oklafan Top 50 (as Kenny Campbell)
-Ranked #28 in the 2010 Oklafan Top 50 (as Kenny Campbell)
-Ranked #18 in the 2011 Oklafan Top 50 (as Kenny Campbell/Duke Swellington)
-Ranked #18 in the 2017 Oklafan Top 50

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  • 1995 The Southern Express (Scott Summers & The Tennessee Rebel) became the WWEmp Tag Team Champions
  • 1995 The Texas Outlaws (Bobby Burns & Dan Wilder) def. The Southern Express for the WWEmp Tag Team Champions
  • 2006 Ryan Davidson def. Tyler Bateman for the IZW Impact Division Champion
  • 2012 Steven Sterling def. Brandon Walker for the ComPro Showtime Champion
  • 2012 The Franchise Players (Rick Russo & Les Mayne) def. X-Rated (Kevin James Sanchez & David Kyzer) for the SWCW Tag Team Champions
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  • 02-18 1995 The Southern Express (Scott Summers & The Tennessee Rebel) became the WWEmp Tag Team Champions
  • 02-18 1995 The Texas Outlaws (Bobby Burns & Dan Wilder) def. The Southern Express for the WWEmp Tag Team Champions
  • 02-18 2006 Ryan Davidson def. Tyler Bateman for the IZW Impact Division Champion
  • 02-18 2012 Steven Sterling def. Brandon Walker for the ComPro Showtime Champion
  • 02-18 2012 The Franchise Players (Rick Russo & Les Mayne) def. X-Rated (Kevin James Sanchez & David Kyzer) for the SWCW Tag Team Champions
  • 02-18 2012 Nemesis (Damien Morte & Rage Logan) def. The Old School Suckas (Gary Tool and Randy Price) for the IZW Tag Team Champions
  • 02-18 2012 Chris Von Luhr def. Danger Dean for the ACW Heavyweight Champion
  • 02-19 2005 John O'Malley def. Tyler Bateman for the MSWA Tri-State Champion
  • 02-19 2006 AWOL def. Ryan Davidson for the MSWA Tri-State Champion
  • 02-19 2006 Carnage def. Chaz Sharpe for the ACW Hardcore Champion
  • 02-19 2006 Angel Williams became the MSWA Mid-South Heavyweight Champion
  • 02-19 2010 Carnage def. Li'l Joe for the GPCW Wichita Mountains Champion
  • 02-19 2011 Shane Morbid became the BYEW Heavyweight Champion
  • 02-19 2011 The New Age Syndicate (Scott Sanders & Shawn Sanders) became the BYEW Tag Team Champions
  • 02-19 2011 Rick Russo def. Damien Morte for the SWCW Hardcore Champion
  • 02-19 2011 David Kyzer def. Rage Logan for the SWCW Cruiserweight Champion
  • 02-19 2011 Nafarious def. Justin Toxicated for the XMW Suicide Champion
  • 02-19 2011 Max McGuirk became the BYEW Caution Champion
  • 02-19 2011 Tim Rockwell def. Max McGuirk for the BYEW Caution Champion
  • 02-19 2012 Nemesis (Damien Morte & Rage Logan) def. The Syndicate (Scott Sanders & Shawn Sanders) for the BYEW Tag Team Champions
  • 02-20 1959 Ivan the Terrible def. Angelo Savoldi for the NWA World Junior Heavyweight Champion
  • 02-20 1973 The Hollywood Blondes (Jerry Brown & Buddy Roberts) def. Dennis Stamp & Bull Bullinski for the TSW United States Tag Team Champion
  • 02-20 1984 Kelly Kiniski def. King Parsons for the WCCW Television Champion
  • 02-20 1986 Rick Rude became the WCCW World Champion
  • 02-20 1999 Rocco Valentino def. Red Eagle for the OPW Oklahoma Heavyweight Champion
  • 02-20 1999 The East-West Express (J.J. Mustang & Joey Steiner) def. The Sin City Assassins (Vito Casanova & Jack O'Toole) for the OPW Oklahoma Tag Team Champion
  • 02-20 2004 The Prophet def. Luc Lapointe for the SRPW Boys and Girls Club Champion
  • 02-20 2004 Mitch Carter def. Deuce Rodriguez for the TPW Light Heavyweight Champion
  • 02-20 2005 Brandon Bishop & John Zorthos def. Matt Garza & Mr. Brown for the ACW Tag Team Champions
  • 02-20 2009 Jon Cross def. Tim Rockwell for the TAP Oklahoma Heritage Champion
  • 02-20 2010 Excellence Personified (Jack Legacy & Se7en) def. Legion 13 (Dutch Hagen & Jesus Rodriguez) for the ComPro Tag Team Champions
  • 02-20 2010 Tommy Dreamer def. Shane Douglas for the UCW Heavyweight Champion
  • 02-21 1965 Karl Kox def. Bull Curry for the WCCW Texas Brass Knuckles Champion
  • 02-21 1967 The Von Erichs (Fritz Von Erich & Waldo Von Erich) def. Al Costello & Karl Von Brauner for the WCCW American Tag Team Champion
  • 02-21 1998 Body Count (Brett Knight & Krull Danzig) def. Generation X (Ian St. James & Zane Morris) for the OPW Oklahoma Tag Team Champion
  • 02-21 2015 Matt Majestic def. Paul Puertorico for the ComPro Oklahoma X Division Champion
  • 02-22 1971 Fritz Von Erich def. Toru Tanaka for the WCCW American Heavyweight Champion
  • 02-22 1978 Ray Candy & Steven Little Bear def. The Brute & Dr. X for the TSW United States Tag Team Champion
  • 02-22 2014 Mountain Made (Terry Montana & American Made) def. The Brotherhood of Mayhem (Malice & Menace 2nd) for the OWA Tag Team Champions
  • 02-23 1971 Toru Tanaka def. Fritz Von Erich for the WCCW American Heavyweight Champion
  • 02-23 1986 Dick Slater def. Jake Roberts for the MSW North American Heavyweight Champion
  • 02-24 2007 Luscious Larry became the SWCW Heavyweight Champion
  • 02-24 2017 Korvin Sage def. Xavior for the MSWA Mid-South Cruiserweight Champion
  • 02-24 2017 Prince Mahalli def. Buster Cherry for the MSWA Mid-South Heavyweight Champion
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