Former XPW Star Supreme Passes Away

Fightful is sad to report that former XPW star Lester Perfors, better known as Supreme during his time in wrestling, has passed away at the age of 49.

The news was first reported by Joey Munoz (California independent wrestler Kaos), who is the nephew of Supreme. The cause of death is currently unknown.

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Munoz wrote on Facebook, "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."

Supreme was a staple on the California Independent scene in the late 90s and 2000s. He was a central figure in XPW, wrestling Kristian Blood at their inaugural event. He would go on to become a four-time XPW King Of The Death Matches Champion. He also wrestled for FMW and BJW.

In 2017, he faced Matt Tremont in a House of Horrors Deathmatch at GCW Road To Survival.

On behalf of Fightful, we would like to extend our condolences to the family, friends, and fans of Supreme.

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