Christopher Daniels becomes DEFY Wrestling’s Interim World Champion

Christopher Daniels defeated Brody King to become the interim world champion of DEFY Wrestling

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Christopher Daniels wins his first title since 2019.

Headlining DEFY Wrestling’s December 18th show in Seattle, Washington was Brody King versus Christopher Daniels for the vacant DEFY Wrestling Interim Championship. Daniels emerged victorious from the match and this is his first title win since 2019 when he won the Remix Pro Heavyweight Title.

Daniels was a part of S.C.U. when Scorpio Sky and Frankie Kazarian captured the AEW Tag Titles, but Kazarian and Sky defended the belts.

The DEFY Wrestling World Championship was last defended in February of 2020 and Randy Myers was the champion at the time.

Below are the complete results from the 12/18 DEFY show which also featured the likes of Lio Rush, the former ‘No Way Jose’ and Blake Christian.

  • Seattle Street Fight: Schaff def. No Way
  • Three Way Match: Titus Alexander def. Ethan HD and Vinnie Massaro
  • PCW ULTRA Women’s Championship: Viva Van (c) def. Riea Von Slasher
  • Nick Wayne def. Blake Christian
  • DEFY Tag Team Championships: The Bollywood Boyz (Gurv Sihra & Harv Sihra) def. Midnight Heat (Eddie Pearl & Ricky Gibson) (c) via DQ
  • Lio Rush def. Carlos Romo
  • Vacant DEFY Interim World Championship Match: Christopher Daniels def. Brody King
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