Jesse Justice Smith, Jr. is an American actor, former American Gladiator competitor, mixed martial artist and retired professional wrestler. In professional wrestling, he is best remembered as a participant in the fourth edition of WWE Tough Enough, billed as the $1,000,000 Tough Enough. After WWE, Smith joined the 2008 game show revival of American Gladiators, where he competed as a gladiator known simply as Justice.
Pro Wrestling Career (2003-2006)
Smith first began wrestling in 2003, training with Ultimate Pro Wrestling at their UPW Ultimate University.
WWE Tough Enough IV (2005)
Smith joined Season IV of WWE's Tough Enough contest. It was the most significant one of that time, due to the prize offering of $1,000,000 in addition to having a contract with the WWE. Smith was among contestants including Daniel Puder, Nick Mitchell, Mike Mizanin, Chris Nawrocki, Ryan Reeves and Daniel Rodimer. After his elimination from Tough Enough, Smith was not offered any further opportunities with WWE and moved on to wrestle briefly on the independent circuit.
Post WWE (2006)
Smith wrestled on May 7, in a WXW Rage TV Taping for World Xtreme Wrestling. He teamed with The Prime Time Players (Phil Brown & Teddy Fine) in a losing tag match against Team X-Treme (Billy Dream, Nuisance & Sugaa).
Post Wrestling Career (2006-present)
American Gladiators (2008)
After his last-ever wrestling match in 2006, Smith joined the 2008 game show revival of American Gladiators, appearing as a gladiator known simply as Justice. He competed during 16 episodes until the second and final season of the show.
Acting Career (1999-present)
Smith first acted on a television series called Battle Dome, in 1999. During the 2000s and 2010s, he appeared in film and television including Gilmore Girls, Blood and Bone, NCIS: Los Angeles and Thor.
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