Crookwell's Jack Panne heading for a tough wrestle

HELD: Jack Panne will be wrestling at AWF Supanova, Gold Coast on April 22-23, representing the AWF and The Detonation Crew alongside TNT Greg Bownds. Photo: supplied
HELD: Jack Panne will be wrestling at AWF Supanova, Gold Coast on April 22-23, representing the AWF and The Detonation Crew alongside TNT Greg Bownds. Photo: supplied

Jack Panne from Grabben Gullen has trained at the Australian Wrestling Federation (AWF) School of Pro-Wrestling in Minchinbury, Sydney, under the guidance of TNT Greg Bownds.

Jack 'Jack Pain' Panne holds his Australian title belt. Photo: supplied

Jack 'Jack Pain' Panne holds his Australian title belt. Photo: supplied

Panne’s training began in December 2015 where he completed the beginner, intermediate and competent courses by August 2016.

He made his debut in the wrestling arena as ‘Jack Pain’ two months later where he secured a draw in his first bout.

“Jack Pain is a young behemoth loaded with power and adrenaline, who is looking to start his dominance in professional wrestling,” said his trainer TNT Greg Bownds.

Panne’s first trip interstate to Queensland was on November 10 to the AWF Supanova, Brisbane, which resulted in a win.

Jack Pain and TNT also vs Giant Kyote and Jake Nova, where the NSW duo were once again successful in securing a win.

Panne won his first Australian title on December 11, 2016 at the Chaos Championship Wrestling (CCW) "Beat the World" Event at Bribie Island, Queensland, the win for Panne making him the number one contender. On March 18, he flew to Queensland’s Bribie Island to defend his title successfully in the CCW Battleground pro-wrestling event.  

On April 21, Panne will once again travel to Queensland to defend his title. This will be Jack's biggest match of his career to date.