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Aleister Black
signed to WWE, where he performs on their NXT Brand under the ring name Aleister Black, and is a former NXT Champion. Prior to signing with WWE, Budgen worked

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Aleister Black Black in May 2017Birth name Tom BudgenBorn (1985-05-19) May 19, 1985 (age 33)
Alkmaar, NetherlandsResidence Orlando, Florida, U.S.Professional wrestling careerRing name(s) Aleister Black[1]
Tommy End[2]Billed height 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)[2]Billed weight 215 lb (98 kg)[1]Billed from "The Lodge in Amsterdam"[3]
Netherlands[4]
Amsterdam, Holland[1]Trained by Bob Schrijber[5]
Chris Hero[5][6]
Johnny Kidd[6]
Mike Quackenbush[6]
Nigel McGuinness[5]
WWE Performance Center[2]Debut June 18, 2002[7]

Tom Budgen[5] (born May 19, 1985)[6] is a Dutch professional wrestler. He is currently signed to WWE, where he performs on their NXT Brand under the ring name Aleister Black,[5] and is a former NXT Champion. Prior to signing with WWE, Budgen worked for promotions across Europe, the United States, and Japan under the ring name Tommy End.

Contents
  • 1 Early life
  • 2 Professional wrestling career
    • 2.1 Independent circuit (2002–2016)
    • 2.2 WWE (2016–present)
  • 3 Championships and accomplishments
  • 4 References
  • 5 External links
Early life

Budgen is known for having an extended background in martial arts,[citation needed] and has competed in various martial arts such as kickboxing and Pencak Silat from ages 9 to 15.[citation needed] He still trains kickboxing to this day.[citation needed] He has adapted most of his background into his style, giving him a unique striking ability, and is known for utilizing devastating striking combinations to finish opponents.[citation needed] Kickboxing remains the biggest influence on his style.[citation needed]

Whilst being on a podcast with Colt Cabana, Budgen revealed that his father grew up in a religious cult. In the same conversation, he credited this as the inspiration for a lot of his dark and occult-driven personas in professional wrestling.[8]

Professional wrestling career Independent circuit (2002–2016) Tommy End in 2016.

Budgen wrestled extensively on the independent circuit in the United Kingdom and Europe under the ring name Tommy End, working for promotions like Pro Wrestling Holland, Insane Championship Wrestling, Progress Wrestling, Westside Xtreme Wrestling, Over the Top Wrestling, Revolution Pro Wrestling and Pro Wrestling Showdown among others.[6][9][10][11] He also worked for international promotions, such as North America's Combat Zone Wrestling, Evolve and Pro Wrestling Guerrilla as well as the Japanese promotion Big Japan Pro Wrestling.[12][13][14][15][16][17][18][19]

End held numerous championships, among other accolades he is a former: wXw Unified World Heavyweight Champion, wXw World Light Heavyweight Champion, wXw World Tag Team Champion, ICW Tag Team Champion, Progress Tag Team Champion.[20]

WWE (2016–present)

In June 2016, it was reported that Budgen had signed with WWE.[21] He reported to the WWE Performance Center on 19 October.[5] On November 3, End appeared on a house show at Ft. Pierce, Florida and cut a promo saying that he came to NXT to "burn" it down. On 11 November, at a house show in St. Augustine, Florida, End made his in-ring debut, defeating Lince Dorado. On 7 January 2017, Budgen debuted the new ring name "Aleister Black".[22] On January 15, Budgen made a surprise appearance at the WWE UK Championship Tournament finals as Tommy End, losing to Neville in a non-tournament match.[23]

Black performing his in-ring pose in May 2017

Vignettes began to air from the 8 March episode of NXT promoting Black's television debut at NXT TakeOver: Orlando. At NXT TakeOver: Orlando, Black made his televised in-ring debut, defeating Andrade "Cien" Almas.[24] In May, Black made his main roster debut on WWE Main Event while on the European Tour, defeating Curt Hawkins. On the June 21 edition of NXT, he defeated Kassius Ohno.[25]

On the August 2 edition of NXT, prior to Black's match against the debuting Kyle O'Reilly, Hideo Itami cut a promo in the ring, demanding respect. Black interrupted Itami, resulting in a stand-off between the two. Black performed Black Mass on Itami, and defeated O'Reilly.[26] Itami attempted to attack Black afterwards, but the two were eventually separated.[27] At NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn III, Black defeated Itami.[28] Black began a feud with Velveteen Dream, where Dream constantly stalked and harassed Black in order for him to say his name. This led to a match at NXT TakeOver: WarGames, which Black won. After the match, Black sat next to a dazed Velveteen Dream, before ultimately saying his name.[29] On the December 13 episode of NXT, Black defeated Adam Cole to qualify for a number one contender's fatal-four way match for the NXT Championship, which also involved Johnny Gargano, Killian Dain and Lars Sullivan on the December 27 episode of NXT, which Gargano won by pinning Black (marking his first pinfall defeat on NXT) after interference from The Undisputed Era. At the NXT Year-End Awards, Black won three awards for Rivalry of the Year (with Velveteen Dream), Breakout Star of the Year, and Male Competitor of the Year. Black defeated Cole in an Extreme Rules match at NXT TakeOver: Philadelphia. On the February 14, 2018 episode of NXT, he said that he had "a devil on back", which was the NXT Championship. He was then interrupted by Killian Dain, whom he defeated on the March 7 edition of NXT to become the number one contender for the NXT Championship.[30] He received his title opportunity against Andrade "Cien" Almas at NXT TakeOver: New Orleans on April 7, where he won to become the new NXT Champion.[31] On the May 30 episode of NXT, Black was interrupted by Lars Sullivan, who wanted a shot at the NXT Championship. On that same episode, it was revealed that Sullivan would face Black for the NXT Championship at NXT TakeOver: Chicago II, where Black successfully retained his title. Black lost the championship to Tommaso Ciampa at the July 18 NXT TV tapings for the July 25 episode after Gargano interfered and accidentally hit Black with the title belt. The follwowing week, during Ciampa’s address to the NXT Universe, he approached the ring, only for Gargano to run out ahead of him to attack Ciampa, after which he attacked Gargano with a Black Mass before indicating that his NXT Championship loss was Gargano’s fault. [32]

On the August 8 NXT show, Black faced Gargano in a singles match, only for Ciampa to interfere. The three would ultimately brawl until NXT General Manager William Regal would appear and turn Black and Ciampa's singles bout for the NXT Championship at NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn 4 into the first-ever triple threat match for the title, involving Gargano. However, after the show, Black was found unconscious by referees and Regal himself in the parking lot outside the arena after being attacked by an unseen and unknown assailant.

It was later reported that Black was sent to a local medical facility, and was announced as being unable to compete, both due to the on-screen incident and Black suffering a legitimate groin injury at an NXT Live event in Las Vegas.

Championships and accomplishments Black after winning the NXT Championship at NXT TakeOver: New Orleans
  • Adriatic Special Combat Academy
    • Super 8 Cup II (2013)[33]
  • Catch Wrestling Norddeutschland
    • CWN Mittelgewichtsmeisterschaft Championship (1 time)[34][35]
  • Fiend Wrestling Germany
    • FWG Lightweight Championship (1 time)[35][36]
    • FWG Lightweight Title Tournament (2009)
  • Fight Club: PRO
    • FCP Championship (1 time)[37][38][39]
  • Freestyle Championship Wrestling
    • FCW Deutschland Lightweight Championship (1 time)[40]
  • Insane Championship Wrestling
    • ICW Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Michael Dante[41][42][43]
    • ICW "Match of the Year" Bammy Award (2015) – for Legion (Mikey Whiplash, Tommy End & Michael Dante) vs New Age Kliq (BT Gunn, Chris Renfrew & Wolfgang) at Fear & Loathing VIII
  • International Catch Wrestling Alliance
    • ICWA Heavyweight Championship (1 time)[44][45]
    • ICWA World Junior Heavyweight Champion (1 time)[46]
    • ICWA European Tag Team Championship/NWA European Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Michael Dante[47]
  • Pro Wrestling Holland
    • PWH Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Michael Dante[48]
  • Pro Wrestling Illustrated
    • PWI ranked him #102 of the top 500 singles wrestlers in the PWI 500 in 2017[49]
  • Pro Wrestling Showdown
    • PWS Heavyweight Championship (1 time)[50][51]
  • Progress Wrestling
    • Progress Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Michael Dante[52]
    • Super Strong Style 16 (2016)[53]
  • Southside Wrestling Entertainment
    • SWE Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Michael Dante[54][55][56]
  • Westside Xtreme Wrestling
    • wXw Unified World Wrestling Championship (1 time)[6]
    • wXw World Lightweight Championship (2 times)[6]
    • wXw World Tag Team Championship (2 times) – with Michael Dante[57]
    • 16 Carat Gold Tournament (2013, 2015)[58]
    • Chase The Mahamla (2011)[59]
    • World Lightweight Tournament (2006)[60]
  • WWE
    • NXT Championship (1 time)
    • NXT Year-End Award (3 times)
      • Male Competitor of the Year (2017)[61]
      • Breakout Star of the Year (2017)[61]
      • Rivalry of the Year (2017)[61] – vs Velveteen Dream
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  • Next Generation Superstars (Steve Douglas and Alex Pain)
  • Dark Dream (X-dream and Darksoul)
  • High Class Catch Club (Baron von Hagen and Adam Polak)
  • GTS and Iceman
  • Murat Bosporus and Wesley Croton
  • Absolute Andy and Josh Abercrombie
  • AbLas (Absolute Andy and Steve Douglas)
  • Chris Hero and Marc Roudin
  • Doug Williams and Martin Stone
  • The Kartel (Sha Samuels and Terry Frazier)
  • The Switchblade Conspiracy (Jon Moxley and Sami Callihan)
  • Oberhausen Terror Corps (Bad Bones and Carnage)
  • The Mind (Adam Polak and Karsten Beck)
  • The Wanderers (Jason Hendrix and Jay Skillet)
  • Sumerian Death Squad (Michael Dante and Tommy End)
  • RockSkillet (Jay Skillet and Jonathan Gresham)
  • The AUTsiders (Big van Walter and Robert Dreissker)
  • Hot & Spicy (Axel Dieter Jr. and Da Mack)
  • Matt Striker and Trent?
  • French Flavour (Lucas Di Leo and Peter Fischer)
  • Team Prost (Toby Blunt and Mike Schwarz)
  • ZackDaddy (Big Daddy Walter and Zack Sabre Jr.)
  • Cerberus (Ilja Dragunov and Robert Dreissker)
  • Cerberus (Dirty Dragan, Ilja Dragunov and Julian Nero)
  • JML (David Starr and Shane Strickland)
  • A4 (Absolute Andy and Marius Al-Ani)
  • The Young Lions (Lucky Kid and Tarkan Aslan)
  • Ringkampf (Timothy Thatcher and Walter)
  • Rise (John Klinger and Da Mack)
  • Monster Consulting (Avalanche and Julian Nero) (current)
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wXw 16 Carat Gold Tournament winners
  • Baron von Hagen (2006)
  • Chris Hero (2007, 2014)
  • Bad Bones (2008)
  • Shingo (2009)
  • Big van Walter (2010)
  • Sami Callihan (2011)
  • El Generico (2012)
  • Tommy End (2013, 2015)
  • Zack Sabre Jr. (2016)
  • Ilja Dragunov (2017)
  • Absolute Andy (2018)


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