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Jay White (wrestler)
Jay White (born 9 October 1992) is a New Zealand professional wrestler signed to New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW). After starting his career in 2013, White

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Jay White Jay White in April 2018 as IWGP United States Heavyweight ChampionBorn (1992-10-09) 9 October 1992 (age 25)[1]
Auckland, Auckland Region, New Zealand [2]Professional wrestling careerRing name(s)

Jay White

Switchblade[2]Billed height 186 cm (6 ft 1 in)[2]Billed weight 100 kg (220 lb)[1]Trained by The UK Kid[2]
NJPW dojoDebut February 19, 2013[2]

Jay White (born 9 October 1992) is a New Zealand professional wrestler signed to New Japan Pro-Wrestling (NJPW). After starting his career in 2013, White joined NJPW the following year as a "young lion". In June 2016, White left for an overseas learning excursion, during which he worked most notably for the American Ring of Honor (ROH) and the British Revolution Pro Wrestling (RPW) promotions through NJPW's international partnerships. White eventually returned to NJPW in November 2017.

  • 1 Professional wrestling career
    • 1.1 Early career (2013–2014)
    • 1.2 New Japan Pro-Wrestling (2015–2016)
    • 1.3 Foreign excursion (2016–2017)
    • 1.4 Return to NJPW (2017–present)
  • 2 Championships and accomplishments
  • 3 References
  • 4 External links
Professional wrestling career Early career (2013–2014)

White initially trained under The UK Kid at Varsity Pro Wrestling in early 2013, and made his professional debut on 19 February, working for VPW as well as All Star Wrestling, among other promotions.[3] In early 2014, White met New Japan Pro Wrestling's Prince Devitt and competed alongside him in a tag team match for VPW. After the match, Devitt gave White his card and told him to keep in touch.[3] Shortly thereafter, White was contacted by Bad Luck Fale, who said that Devitt had spoken to NJPW officials about White and that he could get him a place as a young lion in the dojo if he wanted it.[3] Several months later, White met with Fale, Devitt, and Shinsuke Nakamura in London, where White accepted their offer and began finalizing his visa to leave for the NJPW dojo.[3]

New Japan Pro-Wrestling (2015–2016)

White left for Japan on New Year's Eve 2014, began further training as a young lion upon his arrival, and made his debut for NJPW on 30 January 2015, losing to Alex Shelley.[4] White lost all but eight of his matches in 2015, as is common for young lions in NJPW. In 2016, White began gaining more victories, and on 27 March competed in his biggest match to date when he was defeated by then-reigning IWGP Intercontinental Champion Kenny Omega in a non-title match.[5] White's final match in NJPW took place on 19 June 2016 at Dominion 6.19 in Osaka-jo Hall, when he, David Finlay Jr., and Juice Robinson were defeated by Satoshi Kojima, Hiroyoshi Tenzan, and Manabu Nakanishi.[6] White left for his excursion to the United States the following week.

Foreign excursion (2016–2017) White in January 2017

Upon moving to the United States, White was first based in New Jersey, before moving to Detroit, where he lived with Alex Shelley.[7] White debuted in Ring of Honor (ROH) at the 25 June TV tapings, defeating Kamaitachi by disqualification[8] and teaming with The Motor City Machine Guns (Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin) to defeat Kamaitachi and The Addiction (Christopher Daniels and Frankie Kazarian). White and The Motor City Machine Guns eventually formed a stable named "Search and Destroy" with Jonathan Gresham and Lio Rush.[9][10] On 8 July, White defeated Lio Rush.[11] At the next set of TV tapings, White defeated Will Ferrara and wrestled Jay Briscoe to a time limit draw.[12] White debuted for England's Revolution Pro Wrestling on 12 August 2016, defeating Josh Bodom.[13] On 19 August, White competed in a fatal four way match against Kamaitachi, Lio Rush, and Donovan Dijak, which was won by Dijak. The following day, White and Rush were defeated by The Briscoe Brothers.[14] White returned to RPW on 26 August, defeating Mark Haskins.[15] On 30 September, White teamed with Kushida and ACH to defeat The Briscoes and Toru Yano in a quarter final match in the ROH Trios Tag Team Championship Tournament.[16] White, ACH, and Kushida then defeated The Cabinet (Rhett Titus, Kenny King, and Caprice Coleman) in the semi-finals, but were defeated by The Kingdom (Matt Taven, Vinny Marseglia, and TK O'Ryan) in the final at Final Battle.[17] White competed once again for RPW on January 21, 2017, defeating Martin Stone. On June 6th, White received his biggest title opportunity in his career when after winning a Battle Royal he unsuccessfully challenged Christopher Daniels for The ROH World Championship in a triple threat match. At Best in the World 2017 White, teaming with Search and Destroy defeated The Rebellion in a losers must disband match thus keeping the group together.

Return to NJPW (2017–present) White as the IWGP United States Champion in 2018

On November 5, 2017, at Power Struggle, White returned to NJPW as the mysterious "Switchblade", who had been teased for the past several months, challenging Hiroshi Tanahashi to a match for the IWGP Intercontinental Championship at Wrestle Kingdom 12 in Tokyo Dome, before attacking him.[18] The following day, NJPW officially announced the match between Tanahashi and White for Wrestle Kingdom 12.[19] On January 4, White was defeated by Tanahashi in the title match. On January 5, Jay teased joining Bullet Club; however, White then betrayed Kenny Omega by attacking him with a Blade Runner. A day later he joined the Chaos faction in order to face off against Bullet Club and Kenny Omega, claiming he needed backup in his fight against Bullet Club.[20] On January 28th at the New Beginning in Sapporo, White defeated Omega to become the second IWGP United States Champion in the title's history. On March 25, he went on to defend the title for the first time against Hangman Page at NJPW Strong Style Evolved Event in Long Beach, California. White would make his second successful title defence against David Finlay at Road to Dontaku. White would make his third defense of the title beating Punishment Martinez during the ROH/NJPW War of the Worlds Tour in Toronto, Canada. At Dominion 6.9 in Osaka-jo Hall, White suffered a pin fall loss in a tag team match to Juice Robinson. Because of this, White defended but lost the title to Juice at the G1 Special in San Francisco. White would then compete in the 28th G1 Climax ended 3rd in his block with a record of 6-3-0 scoring major wins over the leader of CHAOS Kazuchika Okada and eventual winner Hiroshi Tanahashi.

Championships and accomplishments
  • New Japan Pro Wrestling
    • IWGP United States Championship (1 time)
  • Pro Wrestling Illustrated
    • Ranked No. 363 of the top 500 singles wrestlers in the PWI 500 in 2016[21]
  1. ^ a b "Jay White". Sp.njpw.jp. Retrieved 2017-01-08. 
  2. ^ a b c d e "Jay White « Wrestlers Database « CAGEMATCH - The Internet Wrestling Database". Cagematch.net. Retrieved 2017-01-08. 
  3. ^ a b c d "INTRODUCING JAY WHITE - PART #1 BREAKING IN". ROH Wrestling. Retrieved 2017-01-08. 
  4. ^ "NJPW Road To The New Beginning - Tag 1 « Events Database « CAGEMATCH - The Internet Wrestling Database". Cagematch.net. 2015-01-30. Retrieved 2017-01-08. 
  5. ^ "The World's Largest Wrestling Database". Wrestlingdata.com. 2016-03-27. Retrieved 2017-01-08. 
  6. ^ "The World's Largest Wrestling Database". Wrestlingdata.com. 2016-06-19. Retrieved 2017-01-08. 
  7. ^ "July 3 Edition of The LAW – Slammiverary & NJPW Reviews and Jay White Interview". Live Audio Wrestling. July 3, 2017. 
  8. ^ "The World's Largest Wrestling Database". Wrestlingdata.com. Retrieved 2017-01-08. 
  9. ^ "Jonathan Gresham". Ring of Honor. Retrieved 2017-05-01. 
  10. ^ "Jay White and Lio Rush vs The Young Bucks for the ROH Tag Team Titles at Manhattan Mayhem!". Ring of Honor. Retrieved 2017-05-01. 
  11. ^ "The World's Largest Wrestling Database". Wrestlingdata.com. Retrieved 2017-01-08. 
  12. ^ "The World's Largest Wrestling Database". Wrestlingdata.com. Retrieved 2017-01-08. 
  13. ^ "The World's Largest Wrestling Database". Wrestlingdata.com. Retrieved 2017-01-08. 
  14. ^ "The World's Largest Wrestling Database". Wrestlingdata.com. Retrieved 2017-01-08. 
  15. ^ "The World's Largest Wrestling Database". Wrestlingdata.com. 2016-08-26. Retrieved 2017-01-08. 
  16. ^ "The World's Largest Wrestling Database". Wrestlingdata.com. 2016-09-30. Retrieved 2017-01-08. 
  17. ^ "The World's Largest Wrestling Database". Wrestlingdata.com. Retrieved 2017-01-08. 
  18. ^ Currier, Joseph (2017-11-05). "NJPW Power Struggle live results: Hiroshi Tanahashi vs. Kota Ibushi". Wrestling Observer Newsletter. Retrieved 2017-11-05. 
  19. ^ Currier, Joseph (2017-11-06). "Five more title matches confirmed for NJPW Wrestle Kingdom 12". Wrestling Observer Newsletter. Retrieved 2017-11-09. 
  20. ^ Renner, Ethan (2018-01-03). "NJPW Wrestle Kingdom 12 live results: Okada-Naito, Omega-Jericho". Wrestling Observer Newsletter. Retrieved 2018-01-04. 
  21. ^ http://www.profightdb.com/pwi/jay-white-11320.html
External links
  • Professional wrestling portal
  • New Zealand portal
  • Jay White on Twitter
  • Jay White's New Japan Pro-Wrestling profile
  • Jay White's profile at Cagematch.net, Wrestlingdata.com, Internet Wrestling Database
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Forever Hooligans
  • Alex Koslov
No Limit
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No Remorse Corps
  • Davey Richards
See also
  • Great Bash Heel
  • Roppongi Vice
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IWGP United States Champions
  • Kenny Omega
  • Jay White
  • Juice Robinson (current)
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New Japan Pro-Wrestling personnelWrestlersHeavyweight
  • Bad Luck Fale
  • Beretta
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  • Chris Jericho
  • Chuckie T.
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  • Davey Boy Smith Jr.
  • Evil
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  • Hiroshi Tanahashi
  • Hiroyoshi Tenzan
  • Jay White
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  • Kota Ibushi
  • Lance Archer
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  • Michael Elgin
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  • Zack Sabre Jr.
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  • Marty Scurll
  • Ren Narita
  • Rey Mysterio
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  • Taka Michinoku
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  • Caprice Coleman
  • Cheeseburger
  • Chris Sabin
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  • Chuckie T.
  • Cody
  • Dalton Castle
  • Delirious
  • Flip Gordon
  • Frankie Kazarian
  • Jay Briscoe
  • Jay Lethal
  • Jay White
  • Joey Daddiego
  • Jonathan Gresham
  • Josh Woods
  • Kenny King
  • Mark Briscoe
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  • Matt Taven
  • Punishment Martinez
  • Rhett Titus
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  • Ian Riccaboni
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