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Scorpio Sky
professional wrestler and mixed martial artist, better known by his ring name Scorpio Sky who is signed to All Elite Wrestling (AEW). He is best known for his

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Scorpio SkySky during a Pro Wrestling Guerrilla event in 2008Birth nameSchuyler Andrews[1]Born (1983-04-02) April 2, 1983 (age 36)
Los Angeles, California, U.S.Professional wrestling careerRing name(s)Cielo
Cielo Escorpion
Gallinero Tres
Mason Andrews
Scorpio SkyBilled height5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)[3]Billed weight205 lb (93 kg)Billed fromBig Bear, CaliforniaTrained byRevolution Pro Rudos DojoDebut2002

Schuyler Andrews (born April 2, 1983)[1] is an American professional wrestler and mixed martial artist, better known by his ring name Scorpio Sky who is signed to All Elite Wrestling (AEW).[4] He is best known for his appearances with Ring of Honor, Total Nonstop Action Wrestling and Pro Wrestling Guerrilla, but has also appeared for Wrestling Society X, WWE, Osaka Pro Wrestling in Japan, Westside Xtreme Wrestling in Germany and International Pro Wrestling: United Kingdom in England. He competes for the Championship Wrestling from Hollywood promotion, where he was the CWFH Heritage Heavyweight Champion and was the promotions inaugural Television Champion.

  • 1 Professional wrestling career
    • 1.1 Early career (2002–2003)
    • 1.2 Pro Wrestling Guerrilla (2003–2012)
    • 1.3 Wrestling Society X (2006–2007)
    • 1.4 Other promotions (2007–present)
    • 1.5 Championship Wrestling From Hollywood (2010–present)
    • 1.6 WWE (2012–2013)
    • 1.7 Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (2012–2013)
    • 1.8 Ring of Honor (2010, 2017–2018)
    • 1.9 New Japan Pro-Wrestling (2018–present)
    • 1.10 All Elite Wrestling (2019-present)
  • 2 Mixed martial arts career
  • 3 In other media
  • 4 Championships and accomplishments
  • 5 References
  • 6 External links
Professional wrestling career Early career (2002–2003)

Andrews took an interest in wrestling at a very young age, idolizing the likes of Bret Hart, Ric Flair, and The Midnight Express. In high school he trained with the wrestling team to gain experience. After graduating, Scorpio Sky joined the Revolution Pro Rudos Dojo along with Quicksilver and Chris Bosh. Sky debuted in Revolution Pro in June 2002 as a masked wrestler named Gallinero Tres in a match with Top Gun Talwar. After losing the match he spent the rest of 2002 under the mask from June until November when he re-debuted as Scorpio Sky in the Rudos Dojo "Fight For the Revolution" Battle Royal, a tournament where the winner would receive a Revolution Pro contract. The finals saw Sky face Quicksilver. The match went to a draw and both men were given contracts.

Afterward, Sky and Quicksilver formed a tag team known as the Aerial Xpress (AXP). AXP received a strong push, defeating several other tag teams (such as Super Dragon and TARO) and were named the Southern California Tag Team of the Year for 2003. They also won the 2003 Revolution Pro Tag Team of the Year award. Sky won the 2003 Revolution Pro Wrestling Rookie of the Year award after winning the Revolution Pro Wrestling Junior Heavyweight Title by defeating Super Dragon on August 4, 2003. On October 18 he defeated Lost to become the last man to hold the APW-LA Light Heavyweight Championship and co-owned the Alternative Wrestling Show Tag Team Titles with Quicksilver. Later the APW-LA Lightweight title would become the AWS Light Heavyweight Title and Sky was named the first champion. Sky lost the Revolution Pro Junior title to Rising Son in December 2003 in a ladder match. His January 2004 rematch had to be postponed when doctors found he needed emergency surgery, which would sideline him for two months. He regained his title March 6, 2004 and remained champion for 10 months, surviving many title defenses. In the Summer of 2004, Sky and Scott Lost toured for Osaka Pro Wrestling in Japan. On October 16 Scorpio Sky won the Revolution J Tournament, by defeating Super Dragon, Quicksilver and Joey Harder in a 4-way match. In November 2004 he debuted in Combat Zone Wrestling in a "SoCal" match. AXP once again were named the Southern California Tag Team of the Year. In December 2004, Revolution Pro Wrestling held its final show where Sky lost the Revolution Pro Junior Heavyweight title to his partner Quicksilver.

Pro Wrestling Guerrilla (2003–2012)

Sky joined Pro Wrestling Guerrilla (PWG), a new promotion owned by SoCal wrestlers Super Dragon, Joey Ryan, Disco Machine, Topgun Talwar, Scott Lost and Excalibur. In PWG, Sky and Quicksilver hooked back up with Dino Winwood as their manager to chase the PWG World Tag Team Championship. They received a shot at the champions Arrogance (Chris Bosh and Scott Lost), but were unable to dethrone them. On February 12, 2005 the Aerial Xpress was given a rematch for the PWG Tag Team Title but were once again defeated by Bosh and Lost. Later in June, The AXP defeated Los Luchas (Zokre and Phoenix Star), thus becoming #1 contenders for the PWG tag team title. Bosh and Lost forced through stipulations that if the AXP lost the match, not only would that be their last tag team title opportunity, but they would also be forced to remove their masks. The Masks vs. Title Match took place on July 9, 2005 at 2nd Annual PWG Bicentennial Birthday Extravaganza: Night One. Quicksilver was taken out of the match due to injury after Bosh hit him with a chair leaving Sky alone. Though outnumbered Sky was able to roll up Lost for a three count. The match would go on to be named the Southern California Match of the Year for 2005. Despite the victory, Sky was assaulted after the match by Lost, Bosh, and "The Technical Wizard" Joey Ryan. The three bloodied Scorpio and removed his mask.

The next night Sky did not show up for a title defense and the Aerial Xpress were forced to vacate the title, and the team split. This led to Sky's "Disappearance To Africa" angle. Sky was seemingly out of the wrestling business, but finally made his return in September, without a mask, to attack Scott Lost after his match with Christopher Daniels at PWG's Battle of Los Angeles tournament. This led to a bitter feud between Sky and Lost ending with an "I Quit Match" in December, in which Sky was victorious.

Sky started 2006 on the sidelines with a knee injury. In February he returned and toured Germany and England on PWG's "European Vacation" shows. When they returned to the states Sky feuded with the Human Tornado. During this feud Sky broke Tornado's ankle in a match taking place in Las Vegas. Tornado's then manager Jade Chung turned on him and formed an alliance with Sky. The self-proclaimed "Scorpio Sky Experience" became hated by the fans quickly, and helped Sky climb to the top of PWG, defeating the likes of Kevin Steen, Chris Hero, Homicide and Human Tornado. Sky then went on to form a stable known as The Dynasty, consisting of himself, Jade Chung, Joey Ryan, Chris Bosh and Scott Lost.

It was at this time the rivalry between Sky and Frankie Kazarian began, after Sky assaulted Frankie after a match and cut his hair on May 6, 2006. In June, Sky toured in Europe, performing shows for 1PW, IPW, and Lucha Vavoom in England and the Netherlands. He competed in PWG's Battle of Los Angeles 2006 tournament on September 2, but was eliminated by Kazarian via disqualification after Jade Chung's interference. After Sky, Chris Bosh and Scott Lost defeated Kazarian and his tag team partners Chris Sabin and Alex Shelley, Frankie had enough and challenged Scorpio to a "Loser Leaves PWG" match which was to take place in January. On January 13, 2007 Scorpio Sky lost a "Loser Leaves PWG" match to Kazarian ending their nine-month-long feud and forcing Scorpio out of PWG.

Soon after, The Dynasty seemingly brought Scorpio Sky back to PWG, but it was actually an impostor Sky who was noticeably smaller than the original. The real Sky would eventually come into the ring out of the crowd and beat the fake Scorpio Sky out of the building. In the summer of 2007, Sky and Joey Ryan feuded, ending with Sky defeating Joey Ryan and thus winning his reinstatement back into PWG. In October Sky made his official return to PWG teaming with The Young Bucks (Nick and Matt Jackson) to defeat Los Luchas (Zokre, Phoenix Star and Nemesis) in a 6-man tag. He then defeated Ronin at All Star Weekend 6 before teaming with him in a Round Robin Tournament defeating Los Luchas in the first round.

On July 30, 2010 Scorpio Sky made his return to Pro Wrestling Guerrilla to compete against Scott Lost in Lost's retirement match. Sky defeated Lost after hitting him with his own "Big Fat Kill" finishing move. After the match they shook hands and bid goodbye to the fans. During the summer of 2011, Sky once again began regularly working for PWG, reforming the Dynasty with Joey Ryan. On August 20, Sky and Ryan defeated the RockNES Monsters (Johnny Goodtime and Johnny Yuma) to become the number one contenders to the PWG World Tag Team Championship.[5] On September 10, Sky and Ryan failed to capture the PWG World Tag Team Championship from The Young Bucks.[6] Sky's final PWG appearance came on December 1, 2012 when he defeated Joey Ryan in a single's match.

Wrestling Society X (2006–2007)

Sky participated in MTV's Wrestling Society X (WSX).[3] In WSX, Sky had the gimmick of being "the best athlete in history...of Montclair High" and carried around two plaques that were awards he had won.[3] He competed against the likes of Matt Sydal, Jack Evans, and 6-Pac. The show was not picked up for a second season.

Other promotions (2007–present)

Sky began working regularly for the Empire Wrestling Federation (EWF) in 2007 quickly making waves in the Inland Title Series Tournament. He defeated JT Blackstar and Ryan Taylor to advance to the finals where he would lose to Brandon Gatson. The match was nominated for the 2007 Match of the Year. Early in the year 2008, Sky chased for the EWF Heavyweight Championship held by Gatson. After defeating Dan Kobrick in a singles match he competed in a 4-way with Korbick, Bino Gambino and Gatson for the title. He was unsuccessful in winning being eliminated by Kobrick after a superkick from Gatson. Scorpio Sky then earned a shot at Gatson's Heavyweight Title after defeating Dan "The Man" Kobrick and Terex in a #1 contender's three-way dance. After the match, Gatson went out to congratulate Sky and then leveled him with a superkick. Their match at the 12th Anniversary Extravaganza was one of the most hyped matches in the history of the EWF and held the rare distinction of being scheduled for 2 out of 3 falls. In another match of the year candidate, Scorpio Sky went on the defeat Gatson 2 falls to 1 and become the EWF Heavyweight Champion on May 2, 2008.

Later that month on May 31 he defeated Lil Cholo and Karl Anderson in the AWS promotion to win the AWS Heavyweight Title, again becoming a double champion and being dubbed the "King of SoCal". Sky would successfully defend his EWF Heavyweight title 11 times over the summer defeating the likes of Ryan Taylor, Scott Lost and Joey Ryan in the process. On August 16 Sky lost the AWS heavyweight title to Scott Lost. Days later it was announced that he had suffered a serious back injury leading to him relinquishing the EWF heavyweight title on August 22. On April 26, 2009 Sky defeated Johnny Paradise to become #1 Contender for the AWS Heavyweight title. He faced Scott Lost for the title on May 17 but was unsuccessful due to a double count-out finish. On July 10, 2009, Sky defeated nine other men in a cash out match to become the first EWA Champion. On August 22 at XPW's 10 Year Anniversary Show Sky and Luke Hawx won the XPW World Tag Team Titles by defeating Matt Cross and Tool. On June 19, 2010 Sky would win the world record 159 man battle royal in AWS.

In 2011, it was revealed that Sky would take part in a new hiphop/pro wrestling collaboration, the Urban Wrestling Federation, with taping of the first event "First Blood" taking place on June 3.[7]

On January 7, 2016 Scorpio Sky competed on the debut PCW (Pacific Coast Wrestling) show in Torrance, California defeating TJ Perkins in the semi-main event. He defeated Kenny King at their second show on March 26, 2016. On May 6, 2016 Scorpio Sky defeated Frankie Kazarian at the EWF 20th anniversary show.

On October 16, 2016 Scorpio Sky defeated DJ Zema Ion, Ricky Starks and Aaron Solow in a Fatal 4-Way for the Sideshow Championship at the inaugural WrestleCircus debut show.[8]

Sky would hold the Sideshow title until early 2017 when he was pinned by Leva Bates. Sky would then go on to defeat Michael Elgin, Brody King, Mr. 450, and Andy Daulton en route to challenging Cody Rhodes for the ROH World title at Wrestle Circus "Cody Rhodes Summer Show". Cody would pin Sky after hitting Cross Rhodes onto a pile of thumbtacks. At the one-year anniversary show, CircusMania Sky pinned Sammy Guevara after hitting the Ace of Spades.

Championship Wrestling From Hollywood (2010–present)

On September 17, 2010 the Hollywood-based NWA territory launched a weekly television show on KDOC. Sky's first appearance on "NWA Championship Wrestling From Hollywood" came on October 8, 2010 challenging Adam Pearce for the NWA World Heavyweight title. He came very close to winning but Pearce used a low blow followed by a piledriver to secure the victory. After the match, Rocky Romero & Claudio Castagnoli attacked Sky from behind. Joey Ryan and Willie Mack would come to Sky's aid leading to a 6-Man tag match on October 22. Joey Ryan, Willie Mack, and Scorpio Sky were successful. Sky's next appearance came in a losing effort to former partner Joey Ryan in a one on one matchup on November 5.

On the December 3rd edition Sky was seen laid out in the dressing room from an attack. On December 10 Sky faced and defeated "Pretty" Peter Avalon. On the January 7th edition Sky defeated Austin Aries in a 1 on 1 match. Soon after it was announced that the Sky/Aries rivalry would continue in a Best of 5 Series of matches. The second match between the 2 took place on February 4; Aries was the winner injuring Scorpio Sky's knee in the process. Two weeks later Aries & NWA World Heavyweight Champion Adam Pearce defeated Sky & Joey Ryan in a tag team match on February 18. Sky would get his revenge on March 12 when he defeated Aries in Match 3 of their series; pinning him after a vicious knee strike to the face. Aries wouldn't stay down long as he defeated Sky on March 18 in Match 4, giving him a concussion with a series of blows to the head. The 5th and final match in the series took place on May 7. Sky forced Aries to tap out to a figure 8 like submission hold but would refuse to release it after the match ended. The referee was forced to disqualify Sky and reverse the decision.

On July 2 Sky defeated Peter Avalon in the 1st round of the "Be A Star" Television title tournament. On July 30 he defeated James Morgan in the 2nd round. Finally, on July 10, 2011, Sky pinned So Cal Crazy after hitting the "Ace of Spades" to win the tournament and become NWA Hollywood's first Television champion. Sky's first title defense came on September 17 when he defeated Ray Rosas. He would once again defend his title on October 22 against Willie Mack. Despite Mack coming very close, Sky was able to pick up the victory after delivering the Ace of Spades. Shortly after Sky assembled a stable known as "The Experience" with strength coach Big Duke and agent Xtian Cole. The Experience would often be escorted to the ring by women and begin every match with a ring girl circling the ring with an "Experience" placard. On 12 May 2012, NWA Hollywood ran its first non-TV event in its history, with Scorpio Sky defending the Television Championship against Nick Madrid as it main event.[9] Sky would defend the Television title 3 more times before his year-long title run ended losing it to Willie Mack on July 22, 2012. He was unsuccessful in the rematch losing via pinfall. Sky would defeat Johnny Yuma, Peter Avalon, and Ray Rosas in a 4-way qualifier to earn another shot at Mack's Television title in a ladder match. Sky would go on to lose the final match.

On May 5, 2013 Sky was the last man eliminated in the finals of the Red Carpet Rumble to crown the first ever CWFH Heritage Heavyweight Champion by Shaun Ricker. He defeated Ricker in a rematch at the tapings later on that night to win the Heritage title, but the match was never aired due to the controversial finish. On November 3, 2013, Scorpio defeated Matt Striker to retain the title. On January 12, 2014, Sky lost the title to Ricky Mandel. He returned on September 14, 2014 attacking Vermin. On September 28, 2014 he teamed with Big Duke to defeat Vermin's Johnny Yuma & Johnny Goodtime via disqualification. Sky would spend the first half of 2015 feuding with Vermin defeating Ryan Taylor for the Television title on January 25, 2015 then losing it to Kevin Martenson on March 22, 2015. Sky would challenge Yuma for the Heritage title at the Red Carpet Rumble in July but was defeated. On April 10, 2016 Scorpio Sky was the special referee in the Heritage title match between Peter Avalon and Sasha Derevko.

Sky would make a full time return even defeating Heritage champion Peter Avalon in a non-title match to secure a shot at the 2016 Red Carpet Rumble. Despite coming close many times Sky was unsuccessful in defeating Avalon. In September 2016 at Milestone Sky would pin Willie Mack after a knee strike to secure the victory. He would then go on to chase Bateman for the television title finally capturing it for a record third time in early 2017. Sky would successfully defend the title against David Starr at CZW in April and then defeat Ricky Mandel at Coastline Clash. His reign would come to an end when the returning Rocky Romero defeated Sky in an open door challenge. The rematch took place at the 2017 Red Carpet Rumble. The match was declared a no-contest when both men battled on the outside of the ring knocking down referees and announcing table equipment.

WWE (2012–2013)

On the August 27, 2012, episode of WWE Raw, Andrews played a character known as "Harold" in one of Daniel Bryan's anger management classes that also involved Kane.[2] He also appeared the following week, again as Harold, as Kane and Daniel Bryan continued with their anger management. In December 2012, WWE publicly severed its ties with Andrews after Andrews allegedly made anti-gay comments on Twitter.[10][11] Andrews would apologize saying this in an interview on "There are not too many people out there more open to different races and religions and sexualities than myself. I have a lot of gay friends, I work with gay people, I work with transgender people."...."I won’t try to defend what I said. And though it was not intended the way people were taking it; it was not intended to bash the gay community or have anything to do with the gay community, it was wrong to say it." Sky made another appearance for WWE at SummerSlam 2013, posing as a firefighter during the "Ring of Fire match" between Kane and Bray Wyatt.

Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (2012–2013)

On June 28, 2012, Andrews, working under the ring name Mason Andrews, made his debut for Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA), losing to Rashad Cameron in a TNA X Division Championship tournament qualifying match on Impact Wrestling.[12] On July 8 at Destination X, Andrews defeated Dakota Darsow, Lars Only and Rubix in a Last Chance match to earn his way back into the tournament. He then defeated Kid Kash immediately afterwards to qualify for the finals of the tournament.[13] Later that same night, Andrews was defeated by Zema Ion in the final Ultimate X match, which also included Kenny King and Sonjay Dutt.[13] Andrews returned to TNA on January 12, 2013, to take part in TNA X-Travaganza, wrestling in an Ultimate X match, which was won by Kenny King and also included Rubix and Zema Ion.[14]

Mason Andrews returned again on April 4, 2013 edition of TNA Impact to compete in a No. 1 contender X Division match against Petey Williams and Sonjay Dutt, which was eventually won by Petey Williams.[15] Sky has since parted ways with TNA.

Ring of Honor (2010, 2017–2018)

Sky made his Ring of Honor debut on January 29, 2010, during the WrestleReunion 4 weekend, teaming up with Scott Lost in a losing effort against Colt Cabana and El Generico.[16] He once again competed with ROH on March 26 & 27 again teaming with Scott Lost to face the Kings of Wrestling and Kenny King respectively.

Sky made his return to the promotion on September 29, 2017 and unsuccessfully challenged Cody for the ROH World Championship. On October 14, Sky faced Kushida, The match ended in a no contest after Christopher Daniels and Frankie Kazarian attacked both men. However, Sky would later form SoCal Uncensored alongside Daniels and Kazarian. On November 12 at Survival Of The Fittest, Sky unsuccessfully challenged Kenny King for the ROH World Television Championship.

On March 9, 2018, at the ROH 16th Anniversary Show, SoCal Uncensored defeated The Hung Bucks to win the ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Championship. At War of the Worlds: Lowell, they lost the Six-Man Tag Team Title to The Kingdom. On July 20 at Honor For All, Sky unsuccessfully challenged Punishment Martinez for the ROH World Television Championship. On October 14, 2018, Sky and Kazarian defeated The Briscoe Brothers to win the ROH World Tag Team Championship. However, they lost the titles back to The Briscoe Brothers at Final Battle in a Ladder War. The next day, SoCal Uncensored left ROH.[17]

New Japan Pro-Wrestling (2018–present)

On March 4, 2018, it was announced that Scorpio Sky would be serving as assistant trainer of the New Japan Los Angeles Dojo.[18] Sky made his in-ring debut at the promotion at Strong Style Saturday on March 24 defeating Rocky Romero.

All Elite Wrestling (2019-present)

On January 8th, 2019, it was announced that Scorpio Sky, along with Christopher Daniels and Frankie Kazarian of SoCal Uncensored would be signing with All Elite Wrestling, a new wrestling promotion started by wrestlers Cody Rhodes and The Young Bucks.

Mixed martial arts career

On August 28, 2011 Andrews made his mixed martial arts debut, defeating Jason Bell in the third round via referee stoppage due to strikes from the mount.

On August 24, 2014 Andrews returned to the cage and defeated Jose Jovel at University of MMA "Fight Night 8" at 1 minute 57 seconds of the first round by TKO submission via arm bar.

On October 12, 2014 Andrews defeated James Hershey via second-round TKO (punches) at Mansion Fights 20.

On March 8, 2015 Andrews suffered his first loss to Lance Bush via split decision at University of MMA Fight Night 9.

On June 6, 2015 Andrews competed in and won a 4-man muay thai kickboxing tournament.

Sky has not fought since but has kicked around the idea of a return to face former WWE star CM Punk if he was willing to take the fight.

In other media

On February 1, 2009 Sky was seen in a Super Bowl ad being given the Attitude Adjustment by John Cena. He was also involved in the 200th episode of the CBS show CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. Sky was a guest star on the second season of the Comedy Central show Tosh.0 alongside comedian Daniel Tosh. Sky has also been seen in various WWE SmackDown! ads and commercials on SyFy. In 2013 he was featured in an episode of the show Betas.

Championships and accomplishments
  • Adenaline Unleashed
    • Adenaline Unleashed Championship (1 time)
  • All Pro Wrestling (Los Angeles)
    • APW-LA Lightweight Championship (1 time)[19]
  • Alternative Wrestling Show
    • AWS Heavyweight Championship (2 times)[20]
    • AWS Light Heavyweight Championship (2 times)[3][21]
    • AWS Tag Team Championship (2 times) – with Quicksilver[3]
  • Championship Wrestling from Hollywood
    • Be The Star Television Tournament (2011)
    • CWFH Heritage Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
    • MAV Television Championship/UWN Television Championship (4 times)[22]
  • Enterprise Wrestling Association
    • EWA Heavyweight Championship (1 time, current)
  • Empire Wrestling Federation
    • EWF Heavyweight Championship (1 time)[23]
    • EWF Wrestler of the Year (2009)
  • Pro Wrestling Guerrilla
    • PWG Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Quicksilver[3]
  • Pro Wrestling Illustrated
    • PWI ranked him #116 of the top 500 singles wrestlers in the PWI 500 in 2018[24]
  • Revolution Pro Wrestling
    • RPW Junior Heavyweight Championship (2 times)[25]
    • Revolution J Tournament (2004)[26]
    • Revolution Pro Rookie of the Year (2003)
    • Revolution Pro Tag Team of the Year (2003) with Quicksilver
  • Ring of Honor
    • ROH World Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Frankie Kazarian[27]
    • ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Christopher Daniels and Frankie Kazarian
  • SoCal Uncensored
    • Match of the Year (2005) with Quicksilver vs. Chris Bosh and Scott Lost, July 9, 2005, The 2nd Annual PWG Bicentennial Birthday Extravaganza - Night One[28]
    • Most Outstanding Wrestler (2011, 2013)[29][30]
    • Tag Team of the Year (2003, 2004) with Quicksilver[31][32]
  • WrestleCircus
    • WC Ringmaster Championship (1 time, current)[33]
    • WC Sideshow Championship (1 time)[34]
  • Other accomplishments
    • Jesse Hernandez Award (2008)
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  • Christopher Daniels
  • Chuck Taylor
  • Cima
  • Cody
  • Darby Allin
  • Dustin
  • Fénix
  • Frankie Kazarian
  • Jack Evans
  • Jimmy Havoc
  • Joey Janela
  • Kenny Omega
  • Matt Jackson
  • MJF
  • Nick Jackson
  • Pac
  • Penta El Zero M
  • Peter Avalon
  • Sammy Guevara
  • Scorpio Sky
  • Trent Beretta
  • Allie
  • Bea Priestley
  • Brandi Rhodes
  • Britt Baker
  • Hikaru Shida
  • Leva Bates
  • Nyla Rose
  • Penelope Ford
  • Riho Abe
Stables and tag teams
  • Angélico and Jack Evans
  • Best Friends
  • The Elite
  • The Lucha Bros
  • SoCal Uncensored
  • The Young Bucks
  • Earl Hebner
Broadcast team
  • Excalibur
  • Hugo Savinovich
  • Jim Ross
  • Justin Roberts
Backstage personnel
  • Billy Gunn
  • B.J. Whitmer
  • Dean Malenko
  • Jerry Lynn
  • Michael Cuellari
Corporate staff
  • Shahid Khan
  • Tony Khan
  • Double or Nothing
  • Fyter Fest
  • Fight for the Fallen
  • Lucha Libre AAA Worldwide
  • Oriental Wrestling Entertainment
  • All In
  • Starrcast
  • Category
  • v
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  • e
New Japan Pro-Wrestling personnelWrestlersHeavyweight
  • Bad Luck Fale
  • Chase Owens
  • Chris Jericho
  • Colt Cabana
  • David Finlay
  • Davey Boy Smith Jr.
  • Evil
  • Great O-Kharn
  • Hikuleo
  • Hirooki Goto
  • Hiroshi Tanahashi
  • Hiroyoshi Tenzan
  • Jay White
  • Jeff Cobb
  • Juice Robinson
  • Kazuchika Okada
  • Kota Ibushi
  • Lance Archer
  • Manabu Nakanishi
  • Mikey Nicholls
  • Minoru Suzuki
  • Sanada
  • Satoshi Kojima
  • Taichi
  • Tama Tonga
  • Tanga Loa
  • Tetsuya Naito
  • Toa Henare
  • Togi Makabe
  • Tomoaki Honma
  • Tomohiro Ishii
  • Toru Yano
  • Yoshi-Hashi
  • Yuji Nagata
  • Yujiro Takahashi
  • Zack Sabre Jr.
Junior heavyweight
  • Bushi
  • Dragon Lee
  • El Desperado
  • El Phantasmo
  • Gedo
  • Hiromu Takahashi
  • Jado
  • Jushin Thunder Liger
  • Kawato-san
  • Marty Scurll
  • Ren Narita
  • Robbie Eagles
  • Rocky Romero
  • Ryusuke Taguchi
  • Shingo Takagi
  • Sho
  • Taiji Ishimori
  • Taka Michinoku
  • Tiger Mask
  • Will Ospreay
  • Yoh
  • Yoshinobu Kanemaru
  • Yota Tsuji
  • Yuya Uemura
  • Don Callis
  • Hiro Saito
  • Katsuyori Shibata
  • Kazuo Yamazaki
  • Kevin Kelly
  • Kuniaki Kobayashi
  • Milano Collection A.T.
  • Seiji Sakaguchi
  • Super Strong Machine
  • Takaaki Kidani
  • Wataru Inoue
Stables/Tag teams
  • Bullet Club
  • Chaos
  • Great Bash Heel
  • Guerrillas of Destiny
  • Los Ingobernables de Japon
  • Jado & Gedo
  • Killer Elite Squad
  • Roppongi 3K
  • Suzuki-gun
  • Taguchi Japan
  • Tencozy
  • v
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PWG World Tag Team Champions
  • B-Boy and Homicide
  • The X–Foundation/The Dynasty (Joey Ryan and Scott Lost)
  • Chris Bosh and Quicksilver
  • SBS (Excalibur and Super Dragon)
  • Arrogance (Chris Bosh and Scott Lost)
  • The Aerial Xpress (Quicksilver and Scorpio Sky)
  • 2 Skinny Black Guys (El Generico and Human Tornado)
  • Davey Richards and Super Dragon
  • B-Boy and Super Dragon
  • Davey Richards and Roderick Strong
  • Cape Fear (El Generico and Quicksilver)
  • Pac and Roderick Strong
  • El Generico and Kevin Steen
  • Jack Evans and Roderick Strong
  • The Age of the Fall (Jimmy Jacobs and Tyler Black)
  • The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson)
  • ¡Peligro Abejas! (El Generico and Paul London)
  • Appetite for Destruction (Kevin Steen and Super Dragon)
  • Super Smash Brothers (Player Uno and Stupefied)
  • Unbreakable F'n Machines (Brian Cage and Michael Elgin)
  • World's Cutest Tag Team (Candice LeRae and Joey Ryan)
  • Monster Mafia (Ethan Page and Josh Alexander)
  • Beaver Boys (Alex Reynolds and John Silver)
  • Andrew Everett and Trevor Lee
  • Lucha Brothers (Penta el Zero M and Rey Fenix)
  • The Chosen Bros (Jeff Cobb and Matt Riddle)
  • The Rascalz (Zachary Wentz and Dezmond Xavier) (current)
  • v
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  • e
ROH World Tag Team Champions
  • The Prophecy (Christopher Daniels and Donovan Morgan)
  • A.J. Styles and Amazing Red
  • The Backseat Boyz (Johnny Kashmere and Trent Acid)
  • The Briscoe Brothers (Jay Briscoe and Mark Briscoe)
  • The Second City Saints (CM Punk and Colt Cabana)
  • The Prophecy (B.J. Whitmer and Dan Maff)
  • The Rottweilers/The Havana Pitbulls (Ricky Reyes and Rocky Romero)
  • B.J. Whitmer and Jimmy Jacobs
  • The Carnage Crew (HC Loc and Tony DeVito)
  • Sal Rinauro and Tony Mamaluke
  • Austin Aries and Roderick Strong
  • The Kings of Wrestling (Chris Hero and Claudio Castagnoli)
  • Christopher Daniels and Matt Sydal
  • Naruki Doi and Shingo
  • The Age of the Fall (Jimmy Jacobs and Tyler Black)
  • No Remorse Corps (Davey Richards and Rocky Romero)
  • El Generico and Kevin Steen
  • The American Wolves (Davey Richards and Eddie Edwards)
  • Wrestling's Greatest Tag Team (Charlie Haas and Shelton Benjamin)
  • The All Night Express (Rhett Titus and Kenny King)
  • S.C.U.M. (Jimmy Jacobs and Steve Corino)
  • reDRagon (Bobby Fish and Kyle O'Reilly)
  • Forever Hooligans (Alex Koslov and Rocky Romero)
  • The Young Bucks (Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson)
  • The Addiction (Christopher Daniels and Frankie Kazarian)
  • The Kingdom (Matt Taven and Michael Bennett)
  • War Machine (Hanson and Raymond Rowe)
  • The Hardys (Jeff Hardy and Matt Hardy)
  • The Motor City Machine Guns (Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin)
  • SoCal Uncensored (Frankie Kazarian and Scorpio Sky)
  • Villain Enterprises (Brody King and PCO)
  • Guerrillas of Destiny (Tama Tonga and Tanga Loa) (current)
  • v
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  • e
ROH World Six-Man Tag Team Champions
  • The Kingdom (Matt Taven, TK O'Ryan and Vinny Marseglia)
  • The Briscoes (Jay Briscoe and Mark Briscoe) and Bully Ray
  • Dalton Castle and The Boys (Boy 1 and Boy 2)
  • The Hung Bucks (Adam Page, Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson)
  • SoCal Uncensored (Christopher Daniels, Frankie Kazarian and Scorpio Sky)
  • Bullet Club/The Elite (Cody, Matt Jackson and Nick Jackson)
  • Villain Enterprises (Marty Scurll, Brody King and PCO) (current)



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