Patrick McAlpine (February 14, 1997) is an American professional wrestler best known by the ring name Patrick Scott. He regularly works throughout the independent promotions throughout North Carolina.
Patrick played sports including baseball and basketball however, admits his constant sports passion had always been professional wrestling. Patrick also spent some time as a model and actor prior to beginning a career in professional wrestling.
Professional wrestling career
Growing up in Shallotte, North Carolina between the ages of 15 and 16, Patrick contacted a local wrestling promotion. The owner held training courses in his backyard where Patrick learned the basics. Once he earned his drivers license, Patrick commuted to Myrtle Beach, SC, where he attended his first professional wrestling school in the AIWF Wrestling Academy. While training there, Patrick had heard Steve Corino opened a school known as the Carolina Wrestling Academy in Hubert, NC. With a professional wrestling school closer to home, Patrick continued his training at the new academy beginning from August 2016.
Independent circuit (2016-present)
Debuting as Patrick Scott, he first wrestled on May 21, 2016 for United Pro Wrestling Association (UPWA), debuting at UPWA Brunswick County Brawl where he and tag partner Patrick Shelley under the team name The Patrick Pain Parade, wrestled in a tag team three-way against Prince And Property (Aaron Bradley & Prince Akkanatan) defeat The Airtime Rockerz (Encore & Ryan Miller).
World Wrestling Entertainment / WWE
Patrick debuted on the September 14th edition of NXT, teaming with Demitrius Bronson in a tag match won by Heavy Machinery (Otis Dozovic & Tucker Knight). He returned in 2018 during the April 11 edition of NXT in a match lost to Kona Reeves.
- Reverse Sitout Fireman's Carry
- Swinging Sidewalk Slam
- Signature moves
- 180 Sitout Side Slam
- Spine Buster
- Entrance Music
- Managers and valets
- Teams and stables
- The Patrick Pain Parade - with Patrick Shelley
Championships and accomplishments
- PWF Unified Tag Team Championship (2 times)