Australian Suicide is an Australian professional wrestler presently signed to Asistencia Asesoría y Administración and has been there since September 2013. Commencing his career in 2003 under the name of Ozzie Darko he honed his craft and then changed his ring name to Ryan Rollins progressively over the Australian summer of 2008/2009.
Ozzie Darko wrestled for Professional Championship Wrestling early in his career. By the end of 2008 he was starting the transition from Ozzie Darko to Ryan Rollins, wrestling one of his last shows as Darko in early 2009. As Rollins he worked for Slam Factory Wrestling, the Australasian Wrestling Federation, PWA, Warzone Wrestling, Melbourne City Wrestling and New Age Wrestling.
Rollins in particular left an impression on New Age Wrestling in 2011. Using the nickname "Mr N.A.W" he delighted audiences with a stellar performance against Jarek Craven in a Ladder Match at NAW All Or Nothing. He took it to a higher level after joining Team NAW for NAW War Games, nailing Hard Way Inc with a one-man version of the Spanish Fly, launching a moonsault off the top of the cage to take out most of the Seven Deadly Sins and then knocking down their leader James Jackson with a superkick to score the winning pinfall. Rollins was raised onto the shoulders of the rest of Team NAW in celebration as the crowd chanted his name.
Stepping up training
In April 2012, Rollins headed to Canada and trained with Lance Storm, returning to Australia in August of that year. He worked mostly for Melbourne City Wrestling with appearances at New Age Wrestling and Riot City Wrestling before again returning to Canada in early 2013. He worked shows there for Hart Legacy Wrestling and Monster Pro Wrestling before returning again and working for another smattering of promotions across Australia. His last recorded match in Australia was with PWA on August 31, 2013 when he was defeated by Mick Moretti, before he departed for Mexico.
After a try out, Rollins was offered a full contract with Asistencia Asesoría y Administración and he took it. Now calling himself Australian Suicide and donning the appropriate mask, he made his TV debut at AAA Sin Limite in a six-man tag team match teaming with Jack Evans and Angélico to defeat Eterno, Pentagón, Jr. and Steve Pain on September 22, 2013.
- Finishers and Signature Moves
- Corkscrew Shooting Star Press
- Standing Corkscrew Moonsault
- Springboard 450 splash
- 540 Corkscrew Senton bomb to a standing opponent
- Tag Teams and Stables
- Entrance themes
- "Revolution" by Pennywise