Pro Wrestling Spotlight: Noah Striker

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Most wrestling fans in Europe don’t talk about the Spanish pro wrestling scene enough. These last few years, it has been growing and has the potential to one day be on the same level as the more known German and British pro wrestling scenes.

One of the most interesting names the Spanish scene has to offer is on other than Noah Striker. A wrestler with just a 5-year career, but already having some international experience wrestling outside of his native Spain in Chikara’s Young Lions Cup XVI back in 2020.

Like most wrestlers nowadays, Noah Striker discovered the art of pro wrestling at a very young age. The match between Hulk Hogan against The Rock at WrestleMania X8 left a big impression on a young Noah Striker… After watching that epic match, he knew his future was in the world of pro wrestling.

Noah Striker made his in-ring debut back in 2017 for Triple W at the Total Rumble 7 show in a rumble-esque match. It was a good debut for a rookie at that time; he faced other young up-and-comers of the Spanish wrestling scene. So far, he has been involved in more than 59 matches according to Cagematch.net.

Striker’s in-ring style is inspired by some of his favorite pro wrestlers growing up. The likes of Eddie Guerrero, Edge, Nigel McGuiness and Bryan Danielson have inspired his in-ring work, while more recent wrestler like Pete Dunne has also been a source of huge inspiration to him. While the previously mentioned wrestlers have been sources of inspiration, Striker has a unique style of his own while wrestling inside a ring.

He has been involved in a lot of breathtaking matches. But according to himself, his bout against Javier Vives is one of his favorites. Other matches like him and Kaiden against Aussie Open for the Triple W tag team titles is a match he is very proud of. His singles match against A-Kid is also a match worth watching…

His 2 of 3 falls matches with Joey Sky are ones he also recommends for people who are just knowing of him. Make sure you watch and see his tremendous potential as a wrestler in the Spanish scene for yourself.

Spain is starting to feel small for this rising star. His biggest goal in wrestling is to get to the top of the wrestling business, and with his abilities, there’s no doubt he’ll be on the top of the mountain one day. And who knows, we may be looking at the first wrestler of Spain to become world champion in WWE or AEW. The sky is the limit for the self-proclaimed best wrestler in Spain, Noah Striker.

You can follow Noah Striker on his social media accounts: Twitter & Instagram

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Juan Carlos Reneo

The Scrap's Juan Carlos Reneo is from Spain, he writes about and loves professional wrestling. Make sure to follow him on Twitter (<a href="https://twitter.com/ReneusMeister">@ReneusMeister</a>).
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