On Sunday November 26th, 2017, the faithful and supportive Cody Deaner fans, known as the "Deaner Dynasty," showed up in droves to cheer on Cody Deaner as he defended his Pro Wrestling Eclipse Championship.
Media outlet, Snapd Oshawa, was there to cover the event. All photos above were taken by Snapd Oshawa.
"The Oshawa faithful are probably my most dedicated and passionate fans in the country," Cody said. "I get amped up every time I have an event in Oshawa because I know the energy in the room is going to be off the charts."
Many fans purchased the brand new DDT rally towel that Cody had for sale at his merchadise table. To inquire about purchasing a rally towel, you can email firstname.lastname@example.org to see when Cody will be wrestling near you. Or they can be purchased from Cody online.
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During his whirlwind 22 day Nothern tour, that lasted most of November, Cody Deaner paired with CWF Canada to bring anti-bullying awareness and a positive message to First Nations Communities across Quebec and Ontario.
"I believe even a crazy sport like pro wrestling can be used to teach kids about bullying. At each event we taught the kids that cheaters never win, and the good guys always stood up against the bad guys when they saw the injustice done by the bullies," Cody said. "That message, paired with the positive motivational talks I did before the event ensured that everyone went home feeling positive. I saw entire families go home with smiles on their faces. And that's really what it's all about."
The unique approach was covered in The Manitoulin Expositor by Michael Erskine.
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Cody Deaner just finished a whirlwind 22 day tour of Northern Ontario and Quebec. Cody traveled with CWF Canada to a variety of First Nation communities, including Wemindji, Nemaska, East Main, Waskaganish, Waswanipi, Thessalon, Whitefish River, Serpent River, Timiskaming, Ginoogaming, Moose Deer Point, among others.
Deaner posted the following on his Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages:
"The whirlwind #DeanerNorthernTour is over ...
12 guest speaking workshops
1 sore & tired dude
"Getting to visit remote communities where I've never been was an amazing experience," Cody said. "The fans were so grateful to have us there. And, the hospitality we received from so many of the First Nations communities was overwhelming at times."
In each community, before that evening's wrestling show, Cody Deaner would go to a local school to deliver anti-bullying workshops and speeches to the youth of the community.
"I got just as much, or more, out of delivering speeches to the youth than I did getting to perform in front of them in the ring," Cody said. "I felt energized bringing a positive message to the kids. I got to share my struggles with them and encourage them to follow their dreams despite negative pressures, people and circumstances."
Cody Deaner has been wrestling for over 17 years and plans on going on another Northern Tour when the opportunity arises. "I would definitely do this again," Cody said.
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