Ringside news is saddened to learn of the passing Supreme. He was 49-years-old and details about his cause of death have not been confirmed.

Supreme was popular in the California indie scene in the 1990’s and 2000’s. He was a huge part of Xtreme Pro Wrestling where he was billed as the Death Match Champion.

Joey Munoz, who works as Kaos in the California independent scene wrote about Supreme in a post earlier today:

“I’m at a loss for words.  My uncle, My hero, My reason I have a life in Pro Wrestling.  Lester aka Supreme passed away this morning.  My heart is dropped, broken and numb. I’m at a real loss right now.”

Many fans and fellow wrestlers are speaking about their memories of Supreme today. It is a very sad time and our thoughts are with Supreme’s family, friends, and anyone who remembers his contributions to pro wrestling.


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