Professional wrestling career
Early years (2005–2011)
Cutler was trained by brothers Matt and Nick Jackson and debuted in their Victorville, California-based promotion High Risk Wrestling. His earliest ring name was Ronnie Tsunami. He spent most of his early career wrestling in the California-based promotions including Empire Wrestling Federation, Alternative Wrestling Show, SoCal Pro Wrestling, Mach One Pro Wrestling, Vendetta Pro Wrestling, Battleground Pro Wrestling, Pro Wrestling LIVE and Pro Wrestling Guerrilla. He also made a debut in the Maryland-based Ring Of Honor. After 2011, Cutler would disappear from the ring for the next seven years.
Cutler returned in 2018 on January 21 debuting in Alpha Omega Wrestling (AOW). During Alpha Omega Wrestling's Unleashed VII, Cutler competed in a three-way match against Funny Bone and Steven Andrews for the AOW Dragon Class Championship. He resumed his wrestling in the California promotions including Maverick Pro Wrestling, Bar Wrestling, LA Lucha, Alternative Wrestling Show and Championship Wrestling From Hollywood.
All Elite Wrestling (2019–present)
After signing with All Elite Wrestling in 2019, Cutler debuted on May 25 during the pre-show of AEW Double or Nothing, competing in a 21-Man Battle Royale. He returned on October 2 during the series premiere of AEW Dynamite, where he lost his debuting singles match against Maxwell Jacob Friedman. Three weeks later, Cutler returned to television during the October 22 episode of AEW Dark, where he lost his second singles match against Joey Janela.
By his own admission in a post on Twitter, Bogle is an avid player of Dungeons & Dragons. It was also mentioned by an AEW announcer, Bogle became a father during his seven-year hiatus from the wrestling ring.
- Finishing and signature moves
- Teams and stables
- Entrance Music
Championships and accomplishments
- AWS Tag Team Championship (1 time)
- IWL Tag Team Championship (1 time)