Khahil White

PAX Rumble 2015

Khahil White was formerly one of the architects responsible for making PAX possible, but has recently moved on to join Fig. By no longer being officially affiliated with PAX itself, Khahil found time to enter himself in the 3rd Annual* Rumble. He stormed into the ring at #11, but ran directly into the buzzsaw known as Dan Teasdale who dominated the middle portion of the Rumble. Khahil was one of seven superstars eliminated by the “Thunder from Down Under.”

Lean into it! In Teasdale’s path of destruction.

Southern Slam

After making his debut at the 2015 Rumble, Khahil was given a spot in the 8-person tournament held at Southern Slam to crown a new #1 contender for the LOH Champion. Khahil scored a major upset in the first round when he pinned the most experienced wrestler in the tournament, Kate Welch. In the semi-finals, his opponent, Kris Straub was mercilessly attacked by a series of masked luchadors who continuously choked him out. This allowed Khahil to score an easy pinfall. Then, in the finals, just one step away from a title shot, Khahil was also attacked by a masked luchador. As he lay unconscious, Amarisse Sullivan scored the pinfall that sent her to PAXAMANIA II in Boston.

Where’s her helmet? Upsetting the veteran. In the Baer Caev.
After several masked luchadors attacked Kris. A title shot on the line! Taken out by the mysterious masked one!


After losing in the finals of the #1 Contender Tournament at Southern Slam, Khahil White was on a mission to earn a spot in the title match at PAX RUMBLE IV. He wasn’t announced in the introductions, then became a surprise entrant at #30. Despite having the best spot in the match, he was eliminated by John Drake in just eighteen seconds. Once again Khahil was so close, yet so far from a title match.

Coming in at #30.

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