Noam Dar

Noam Dar (Hebrew:נועם דר; born 28 July 1993) is an Israeli-born Scottish professional wrestler, currently signed to WWE, where he performs on the United Kingdom-based NXT UK and 205 Live brands.wikipedia
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Revolution Pro Wrestling

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He has also worked for Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) and its British Boot Camp series, Progress Wrestling, Preston City Wrestling (PCW), Insane Championship Wrestling (ICW), Dragon Gate UK (DGUK), Revolution Pro Wrestling (RPW), Westside Xtreme Wrestling (wXw), Global Force Wrestling (GFW) and Ring of Honor (ROH).
There have been many top international wrestlers who have worked for RevPro, including current WWE performers AJ Styles, Kevin Owens, Apollo Crews, Finn Bálor, Karl Anderson, Luke Gallows, Kalisto, Sami Zayn, Shinsuke Nakamura, Killian Dain, Noam Dar, Tommaso Ciampa, and Adam Cole.

Cruiserweight Classic

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Dar first competed for WWE in the 2016 Cruiserweight Classic.
NXT competitors Rich Swann, Tommaso Ciampa, and Johnny Gargano along with international standouts Zack Sabre Jr., Noam Dar, Ho Ho Lun, and Akira Tozawa were announced for the Cruiserweight Classic.

ICW Zero-G Championship

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Dar is a former two time ICW Zero-G Champion and a former PCW Cruiserweight Champion, among other championships and accomplishments.
The title was first established as the Zero Gravity Championship at Fear & Loathing III on November 21, 2011, with Noam Dar becoming the inaugural champion.

Professional wrestling in Israel

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Dar is the first Israeli wrestler to perform in WWE.
Noam Dar, was born in Tel Aviv, and raised in Ayr.

Insane Championship Wrestling

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He has also worked for Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) and its British Boot Camp series, Progress Wrestling, Preston City Wrestling (PCW), Insane Championship Wrestling (ICW), Dragon Gate UK (DGUK), Revolution Pro Wrestling (RPW), Westside Xtreme Wrestling (wXw), Global Force Wrestling (GFW) and Ring of Honor (ROH).
The finals of the Zero-G Championship Tournament took place with Noam Dar defeating Andy Wild, Falcon and Rob Cage in a four-way elimination match.

Preston City Wrestling

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He has also worked for Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) and its British Boot Camp series, Progress Wrestling, Preston City Wrestling (PCW), Insane Championship Wrestling (ICW), Dragon Gate UK (DGUK), Revolution Pro Wrestling (RPW), Westside Xtreme Wrestling (wXw), Global Force Wrestling (GFW) and Ring of Honor (ROH). Dar is a former two time ICW Zero-G Champion and a former PCW Cruiserweight Champion, among other championships and accomplishments.

Mark Andrews (wrestler)

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RPW invited Dar back for a run of shows which saw him defeat Mark Andrews in his return, but lose contests to Michael Elgin and Marty Scurll.
In 2009, Andrews first began to gain exposure on Britain's independent wrestling scene, making appearances for British Championship Wrestling and Premier British Wrestling; where he competed against Noam Dar.

One Pro Wrestling

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Dar entered a tournament to become the One Pro Wrestling 1PW World Heavyweight Champion in February 2011; he was unsuccessful but later that year went on to become the final 1PW Openweight Champion, winning the vacant title in a four-way match with Marty Scurll, Kris Travis and Joey Hayes and successfully defending it against Bad Bones and Kid Kash at 1PW's final show.

Marty Scurll

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Dar entered a tournament to become the One Pro Wrestling 1PW World Heavyweight Champion in February 2011; he was unsuccessful but later that year went on to become the final 1PW Openweight Champion, winning the vacant title in a four-way match with Marty Scurll, Kris Travis and Joey Hayes and successfully defending it against Bad Bones and Kid Kash at 1PW's final show.
Scurll scored his first win in ICW in a four-way match against Noam Dar, Jack Gallagher and Dan Moloney.

Will Ospreay

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Dar was granted a rematch for the title against Williams in a triple threat also involving Will Ospreay but Williams retained.
The following show saw Ospreay team up with FSU and Noam Dar in an eight-man tag team match with FSU and Havoc's respective titles, Ospreay's title contendership and everyone else's Progress contracts at stake, depending which individual lost.

Sha Samuels

match and challenging for the Zero-G Championship in addition to wins over Doug Williams, Sha Samuels and Liam Thomson.
Sha Samuels debuted for Insane Championship Wrestling in 2014 in London, teaming alongside Rob Cage & Jackie Polo, in a losing effort against Grado, Wolfgang & Noam Dar.

El Ligero

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Dar was entered into a tournament to crown a PWE World Heavyweight Champion, defeating El Ligero and Mikey Whiplash before losing to Andy Wild in the finals.
Later that night, a storyline injury caused by Lionheart and Noam Dar took him out of the second show and the rest of the tournament, his place being taken by Kris Travis.

Kris Travis

Dar entered a tournament to become the One Pro Wrestling 1PW World Heavyweight Champion in February 2011; he was unsuccessful but later that year went on to become the final 1PW Openweight Champion, winning the vacant title in a four-way match with Marty Scurll, Kris Travis and Joey Hayes and successfully defending it against Bad Bones and Kid Kash at 1PW's final show.
There was a large outpouring of tributes from fans, publications, promotions and wrestlers alike, including Kevin Owens, Paige, The Young Bucks, Drew Galloway, Noam Dar, Finn Bálor, WWE, Impact Wrestling, Neville and more.

Joe Coffey (wrestler)

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However, following a Best of Five series with Joe Coffey where Dar was bested 3-2 and a lengthy feud with ICW authority figure Red Lightning, Dar would end 2015 on a high in ICW by defeating Joe Hendry in an ICW World Heavyweight Championship No.1 Contender match and gaining a win over former two-time champion Drew Galloway.
On 3 April, at Nightmare on Renfrew Street Coffey was unsuccessful at winning the ICW Zero-G Championship in a Six-Way Championship Scramble match won by Noam Dar.

Mark Haskins

In April 2012, Dar began competing for Lionheart's Pro Wrestling Elite promotion, debuting with a win over Mark Haskins, before a loss to AJ Styles.
Two days later, he would lose to Prince Devitt in a fatal four way for the IPW:UK British Cruiserweight Championship which also included El Ligero and Noam Dar.

Zack Sabre Jr.

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Dar competed unsuccessfully in two tournaments for IPW, losing to Sami Callihan in a Quarter Finals match for the IPW:UK Cruiserweight Championship and a first round loss to Zack Sabre Jr. in a tournament to crown the first British National Champion.
On 26 August, Sabre defeated Noam Dar to advance to the semifinals of the tournament, where he was defeated on 14 September by Gran Metalik.

Be'er Ya'akov

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Dar was born in Be'er Ya'akov, Israel.

Kenny Williams (wrestler)

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Dar ended 2013 by finally capturing the BCW Openweight Championship from Andy Wild, Dar would hold the championship for well over a year before losing it to Kenny Williams in April 2015.
The match was Kenny Williams vs. Davey Blaze, Liam Thompson and Noam Dar.

Drew McIntyre

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However, following a Best of Five series with Joe Coffey where Dar was bested 3-2 and a lengthy feud with ICW authority figure Red Lightning, Dar would end 2015 on a high in ICW by defeating Joe Hendry in an ICW World Heavyweight Championship No.1 Contender match and gaining a win over former two-time champion Drew Galloway.
Galloway returned to ICW in February 2016 for the UK & Ireland tour, scoring wins over Mark Coffey, Noam Dar and BT Gunn, but suffering a loss in a match against Chris Renfrew for the ICW World Heavyweight Championship.

Masaaki Mochizuki

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2013 saw Dar return to Dragon Gate UK, working a series of matches against Yamato, Jimmy Susumu and Masaaki Mochizuki.
He defeated Yamato, Noam Dar and Naruki Doi in a raw and made his record from 0-2 to 3-2.

ICW World Heavyweight Championship (Scotland)

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However, following a Best of Five series with Joe Coffey where Dar was bested 3-2 and a lengthy feud with ICW authority figure Red Lightning, Dar would end 2015 on a high in ICW by defeating Joe Hendry in an ICW World Heavyweight Championship No.1 Contender match and gaining a win over former two-time champion Drew Galloway. In 2012, Dar would challenge unsuccessfully for both the ICW Tag Team Titles and ICW Heavyweight Championship.
In addition to these international title matches, numerous wrestlers from outside Scotland have challenged for the title domestically, including Kassius Ohno, Sabu, Fergal Devitt, Martin Stone, Doug Williams, Rhino, Colt Cabana, Tommy End, Noam Dar, Pete Dunne, Jordan Devlin, Dave Mastiff, Robbie Dynamite, Zack Gibson, Johnny Moss, Rampage Brown, Kris Travis and Bram.

Rampage Brown

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In 2014, Dar entered and won the first Progress World Cup tournament; representing Israel he defeated Darrell Allen (Jamaica), Grado (Scotland) and Rampage Brown (England).
to advance to the finals where he was eliminated by Noam Dar.

Brian Kendrick

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Dar bounced back into title contention by winning the 2013 "Road to Glory" tournament, with wins over CJ Banks, Brian Kendrick and Joey Hayes.
In February, at Preston City Wrestling, Kendrick participated in the Road To Glory Tournament where he reached the semi final, losing to Noam Dar.

BT Gunn

On 11 November 2018, it was announced Dar would make a further appearance at ICW Fear and Loathing XI, teaming with Wolfgang and BT Gunn against British Strong Style.
After accepting an offer from Wolfgang & The Purge to join Bad Company, BT & Wolfgang teamed with Noam Dar to face British Strong Style at Fear & Loathing XI, with BT scoring the pin over Trent Seven for the win.

The Singh Brothers

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The tournament, now renamed the "Cruiserweight Classic", began on June 23 with Dar defeating Gurv Sihra in his first round match.
On June 23, both Sihras were eliminated from the tournament in their first round matches, with Gurv losing to Noam Dar and Harv losing to Drew Gulak.