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Mot van Kunder

Unleashing the Unpredictable: Mot van Kunder's Journey to the Top

Mot van Kunder, aka Motster, Tom van Kunder, or Antronimus, is an enigma wrapped in a mystery, shrouded in a cloud of unpredictability. This Dutch wrestler from Kunrade, Limburg, has been defying conventions and pushing boundaries throughout his illustrious career.

Standing at 5'7" and weighing in at 167 pounds, Mot van Kunder may not be the biggest or the strongest, but he's got more than enough heart and ingenuity to compensate. His wrestling style is a unique blend of technical prowess, high-flying aerials, and comedic flair – a true entertainer who always leaves his fans wanting more.

With a career spanning over two decades, Mot van Kunder has worked in some of the most prominent promotions in Europe, including Westside Xtreme Wrestling, Combat Zone Wrestling, German Stampede Wrestling, Deutsche Wrestling Allianz, and Westside Dojo. His impressive resume boasts multiple title wins, including the PWH Television Championship, PWH Tag Team Championship, FWF Tag Team Championship, wXw World Lightweight Championship, and FCW European Championship.

Mot's signature moves are a testament to his innovative approach – the Elephant Splash, Schwanz Driver, and Flying Elbow being just a few of his go-to arsenal. These daring maneuvers often leave fans on the edge of their seats, wondering what Mot will do next.

Born in 1979, Mot van Kunder made his professional wrestling debut on November 22nd, 1997 – a date that marked the beginning of an incredible journey. With a wealth of experience and an insatiable hunger for competition, this Dutch dynamo is still going strong, always looking to push himself to new heights.


Mot van Kunder's story is one of perseverance, creativity, and dedication – qualities that have allowed him to thrive in the ever-evolving world of professional wrestling. As he continues to defy gravity, expectations, and convention, fans can't help but wonder what's next for this unpredictable wrestling genius. The answer, much like Mot himself, remains a thrilling enigma, waiting to be uncovered.