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Heather’s Look At Anarchy: Everett Connors

A look at another newer face with the STL Anarchy promotion, Everett Connors is a young star who stands out among the masses with his vibrant personality.

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A look at another newer face with the STL Anarchy promotion, Everett Connors is a young star who stands out among the masses with his vibrant personality.

Looking into the future of Anarchy so far, we’ve seen the new guys who stand out from the ever-resourceful Matt Kenway to the man known as Jake Dirden. Everett Connors though is different from them. Connors is not out to kill anyone (purposely). Everett Connors is a character among characters. Within Anarchy, there’s no one even close to him in that particular sphere. You want funny? Connors. You went serious? (Like bear paternity serious) Connors. You want a rap battle? Connors (and Fitchett). You want a psychic? Connors. That’s only talking about the pre-show too which with every subsequent event draws a bigger crowd and you have to attribute part of that to Connors.

Connors has been in Anarchy since early 2015 where he participated in tag team match ups as well as singles competitions. In late 2015, Connors became a part of The Cause with Adam Caster, Austin Blackburn, Danny Adams, and Evan Gelistico. The Cause ran rampant on Anarchy through 2016 until Anarchy disbanded but they did give us a whole lot of rules to think about. There was throwback to the group in November of 2018 when Buddy Shepherd teamed up with Connors to take on well, Adam Caster and Matt Kenway.

Connors though isn’t glued to his past within Anarchy. In the year since Anarchy has been back, Connors has solidified himself as one of the best characters within the company who the crowd is always looking forward to seeing as well as stepping up his game within the ring and having great matches with Isaias Velazquez, Christian Rose, and Chip Day.

With the help of his best friend Rauol The Bear, Connors has become an unstoppable force within Anarchy and is well worth people going out of their way to watch.


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