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Ryback Allen Reeves (born Ryan Allen Reeves; November 10, 1981) is an American professional wrestler. He is best known for his time in World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) where he performed under the ring name Ryback and is a former WWE Intercontinental Champion.

Early life

Reeves started watching wrestling at the age of 8 and was allowed to ring the bell at a live World Wrestling Federation event. Wanting to become a professional wrestler, Reeves began weight lifting at 12 years old. He was nicknamed "Silverback" as a teenager, after a childhood friend joked that he resembled a Gorilla, and later adopted it as a part of his ring name. Reeves excelled at baseball and football while attending Western High School and Palo Verde High School. He also played college baseball during his freshman year at the Community College of Southern Nevada, but broke his leg and ended up missing two seasons. Reeves attended the University of Nevada, Las Vegas and entered in its fitness management program.

Professional wrestling career

Tough Enough (2004)

Reeves spent the next two years concentrating on training to enter professional wrestling. He also attended University of Nevada, Las Vegas, majoring in fitness management, while working part-time at the Monte Carlo Hotel and Casino. Reeves sent a brief one minute videotape of himself to become a contestant on $1,000,000 Tough Enough and was invited to Venice Beach with 49 others. During the first week of training, Reeves suffered from bronchitis and a rib injury. He eventually became one of the eight finalists to appear on SmackDown! and the last to be voted off. Even though he did not win the competition, Reeves impressed WWE officials enough for them to sign him to a developmental contract. He spent time healing from his injuries in Las Vegas before heading to Atlanta, Georgia in March 2005.

Ohio Valley Wrestling

Debut (2005–2006)

After training in DSW for most of 2005 and early 2006, Reeves was transferred over to Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW) in early March. He defeated Kasey James, Pat Buck, Da Beast and Nick Nemeth in dark matches over the next two months and, with Mikey Batts, defeated the teams of Billy Kryptonite and Russell Simpson, and Jack Bull and Vic Devine.

In July 2006, Reeves was suspended for 30 days due to failing a drug test as part of WWE's Wellness Program. According to Reeves, he had been taking several over the counter bodybuilding supplements, one of which inadvertently caused a false reading. The supplements he was using were later taken off the market due to this effect and, although his suspension remained in place, Reeves eventually returned to the roster after passing a second test. His case was later featured on the CNN documentary Death Grip: Inside Pro Wrestling.

High Dosage (2006–2007)

After his previous 30 day suspension, Reeves returned while sporting bleached hair. In September 2006, Reeves began teaming with Jon Bolen, and together the team became known as High Dosage. Scoring early victories against teams such as Los Locos (Aaron Lamata and Low Rider) and Gothic Mayhem (Johnny Punch and Pat Buck), they began feuding with the then newly formed team of Eddie Craven, Mike Kruel and "The Bad Seed" Shawn Osborne.

The two did not fare well against the trio losing both tag team and single matches to them during the next few weeks. On October 18, he and Bolen also lost to them in a handicap match. Things soon changed however when High Dosage beat Eddie Craven and Mike Kruel a month later. As a result of their victory, they were allowed five minutes alone with Shawn Osbourne but he was able to escape with the help of Craven and Kruel. Although continuing to face their rivals throughout the year, High Dosage also won matches against Los Locos and Bad Company defeating them later in a Handicap Coal Miner's Glove on a Pole match on November 29. On December 9, High Dosage teamed with Seth Skyfire and lost to Craven, Kruel and Milena Roucka. Reeves also took part in a four-way Elimination Christmas Present match with Kruel four days later. The participants included Justin LaRoche and Charles Evans, T.J. Dalton and Steve Lewington, and Seth Skyfire and Paul Burchill who eventually won the match.

On January 6, 2007, High Dosage lost to Justin LaRouche and Charles Evans. They also lost to the Tag Team Champions Cody Runnels and Shawn Spears four days later. This was their last match together as Reeves was officially released from his contract less than two weeks later. Despite having been released from his developmental contract, Reeves returned to OVW on November 14 and teamed with Pat Buck in a losing effort to Colt Cabana and Shawn Spears for the Tag Team Championship.

Heavyweight Champion and departure (2008)

After over a year's absence from OVW, Reeves returned to OVW under the ring name Ryback and under a new Terminator gimmick. In his first match since returning, he managed to win the OVW Heavyweight Championship on October 15, 2008 by defeating Anthony Bravado. After wrestling Bravado to a double count-out on October 22 and thus retaining the title, he ultimately lost the title to Bravado on October 29. Soon after the title loss, Reeves was then re-signed to a developmental contract with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). To explain his departure, Ryback lost a Loser Leaves OVW match to Bravado on December 17.

World Wrestling Entertainment

Florida Championship Wrestling (2008–2010)

On December 16, 2008, Reeves, under his Ryback ring name and character, made his in-ring debut in Florida Championship Wrestling, losing a tag match with Jon Cutler against Kris Logan and Taylor Rotunda. Ryback soon formed a tag team with Sheamus O'Shaunessy and the duo unsuccessfully challenged for the Florida Tag Team Championship on a few occasions until O'Shaunessy was called up to the main roster. After the Ryback character was scrapped, Reeves made his FCW re-debut on October 25 under the ring name Skip Sheffield, a cowboy gimmick, where he defeated Jimmy Uso.

NXT and The Nexus (2010)

On February 16, 2010 during the final episode of ECW, Sheffield was announced as one of eight FCW wrestlers, called "rookies", to take part in the first season of WWE's new NXT show. Although Montel Vontavious Porter was originally to be his mentor, or "pro", he was later replaced by William Regal. Sheffield made his NXT in-ring debut on the March 2 episode, where he teamed with Regal to lose to Matt Hardy and Justin Gabriel. On the April 27 NXT, Sheffield picked up his first victory with a win over Daniel Bryan. However, Sheffield was eliminated by the Pros on May 11, despite an earlier win over Darren Young, in the first NXT elimination poll. He was one of three eliminations that same night, behind Bryan and Michael Tarver, and said he would be back.

On the June 7 episode of Raw, Sheffield along with the other NXT season one rookies, interfered in the main event match between John Cena and CM Punk, attacking both competitors as well as the announcing team before dismantling the ring area and surrounding equipment. On the June 14 Raw, the rookies attacked General Manager Bret Hart, when he refused to give them contracts. The following week on Raw, Vince McMahon fired Hart and announced the hiring of a new General Manager, who had signed all seven season one NXT rookies to contracts. The following week, the group was named The Nexus. On the July 12 Raw, The Nexus (without Darren Young) competed in their first match together, defeating John Cena in a six-on-one handicap match. The feud continued at SummerSlam, where Team WWE fought the Nexus in a seven-on-seven elimination tag team match. Sheffield eliminated both John Morrison and R-Truth from the match before becoming the third member of the Nexus to be eliminated. Ultimately, the Nexus lost the match. On August 18, during a live event in Honolulu, Hawaii, Reeves broke his ankle in a tag team match with David Otunga against The Hart Dynasty.

Reeves then underwent extensive surgery after breaking his ankle, with a third surgery being his last. Reeves returned from injury at a Raw house show on December 3, 2011.

Feed Me More (2012–2013)

Reeves, now sporting a beard and a new attire, returned to television on the April 6, 2012, episode of SmackDown, under his Ryback ring name and as a face. Over the following weeks, he would squash jobbers, as well as more established wrestlers like Heath Slater and Derrick Bateman. At Extreme Rules, he made his pay-per-view debut as a singles competitor when he defeated two more jobbers (Aaron Relic and Jay Hatton) in under two minutes. At Over the Limit, Ryback defeated Camacho in another squash match. On July 3 during The Great American Bash episode of SmackDown, he defeated Curt Hawkins to continue his winning streak. After defeating Tyler Reks the following week on SmackDown, Ryback defeated both Hawkins and Reks in a handicap match at Money in the Bank and again during Ryback's Raw re-debut on the August 6 episode. On the July 27 SmackDown, Ryback began his first feud since returning to the main roster against Jinder Mahal, after Mahal lost via count out instead of continuing to wrestle. Ryback faced Mahal in a rematch on August 3 SmackDown, but won via disqualification after Mahal struck him with a microphone. On the August 24 SmackDown, Ryback finally defeated Mahal via pinfall and did so again on the September 3 Raw.

After defeating the WWE Intercontinental Champion The Miz in a non-title match on the September 24 Raw, Ryback confronted the WWE Champion CM Punk at the end of the show after Punk attacked Mick Foley. On the next two episodes of Raw, Ryback again confronted Punk after he threatened Jim Ross during an "Appreciation Night" segment honoring Ross, and after he brawled with WWE Chairman Vince McMahon. McMahon then declared Punk must choose to defend the WWE Championship against Ryback or John Cena at Hell in a Cell, and if he refused, McMahon would choose for him. On the October 15 Raw, Cena willingly backed out of challenging Punk in favor of supporting Ryback as Punk's opponent at Hell in a Cell. On October 28 at the pay-per-view, Ryback's thirty-eight match undefeated streak was broken by Punk due to a Low blow and fast count by referee Brad Maddox. After the match, Ryback attacked Maddox and hit Punk with the Shell Shocked on top of the cell. The following night on Raw, Ryback was named as the final member of Mick Foley's team to face CM Punk's team at Survivor Series. The next week, Ryback and John Cena were booked in a Triple Threat match for Punk's WWE Championship at the pay-per-view instead. On the November 13 Raw, Ryback gained revenge against Brad Maddox by squashing him in a match before throwing him into an ambulance, thus denying Maddox a chance at joining the WWE roster as a wrestler. On November 18 at Survivor Series, Ryback was unsuccessful in the championship match after he was attacked by Seth Rollins, Dean Ambrose, and Roman Reigns, who powerbombed him through the announce table, allowing Punk to pin Cena and retain the title. The following night on Raw, Ryback was again attacked by Rollins, Ambrose, and Reigns, now collectively known as The Shield, before they again powerbombed him through the announce table after Ryback attempted to attack Punk while he was celebrating his year-long reign as WWE Champion. On the November 26 Raw, Ryback demanded another opportunity at the WWE Championship, with Vickie Guerrero finally relenting and giving him the title match at TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs. Later that night, Ryback attacked Punk with a ladder and chair before finally powerbombing him through a table. Punk suffered a legitimate knee injury during to the attack, and the title match was postponed. Ryback was instead paired with the WWE Tag Team Champions Team Hell No (Daniel Bryan and Kane) to compete against The Shield in a six-man Tables, Ladders, and Chairs match, where The Shield was victorious. The following night on Raw during the 2012 Slammy Awards, Ryback won three Slammy Awards for Newcomer of the Year, Crowd Chant of the Year, and #Trending Now. On the January 7, 2013 Raw, Ryback again failed to capture the WWE Championship from Punk in a Tables, Ladders, and Chairs match, after The Shield interfered and powerbombed Ryback through a table on top of the ring steps.

On January 27 at the Royal Rumble, Ryback entered the Royal Rumble match as the thirtieth and final entrant and eliminated five superstars before being the last man eliminated by John Cena. Ryback would then resume his rivalry with The Shield on the February 4 Raw, when he teamed up with John Cena and Sheamus to attack the stable. This culminated in a six-man tag team match on February 17 at Elimination Chamber, where The Shield emerged victorious when Seth Rollins pinned Ryback for the win. The following night on Raw, Ryback and Sheamus teamed up with Chris Jericho to face The Shield in a rematch, but were again defeated. Ryback then began a feud with Mark Henry after several non-verbal confrontations led to them attacking Drew McIntyre with their finishing moves in an attempt to one-up each other. On the March 15 SmackDown, Ryback defeated Henry via disqualification following interference from The Shield. Afterwards, Henry delivered the World's Strongest Slam to Ryback three times in a row. Ryback and Henry competed in a Bench Press Challenge on the March 29 SmackDown, where Ryback tied Henry at 53 reps after Henry choked him with the weight. On April 7 at WrestleMania 29, Ryback was defeated by Henry in a singles match.

RybAxel (2013–2014)

The following night on Raw, Ryback saved WWE Champion John Cena from a post-match assault by Mark Henry before attacking Cena himself. The following week on Raw, Ryback explained his attack on Cena as stepping out from his shadow and getting revenge for Cena not having his back against The Shield; Ryback got a measure of revenge later that night, by allowing the Shield to attack Cena. After becoming the number one contender to the WWE Championship, Ryback continued his feud with Cena by attacking him on several occasions while also having confrontations with The Shield. Ryback received his title opportunity in a Last Man Standing match on May 19 at Extreme Rules, however, the match ended in a no-contest after Ryback rammed Cena and himself into the electric backdrop at the top of the ramp. The following night on Raw, Ryback entered the arena in an ambulance and challenged Cena to an ambulance match for the WWE Championship at the first-ever Payback pay-per-view. The following week on Raw, Cena accepted Ryback's challenge, but announced their match would instead be a 3 Stages of Hell match; the first fall a lumberjack match, the second a tables match and the third an ambulance match. At the pay-per-view on June 16, Ryback won the lumberjack match, but went on to lose both the tables and ambulance matches and his shot at the WWE Championship. Ryback then began feuding with Chris Jericho, which led to a singles match on July 14 at Money in the Bank, where Ryback emerged victorious.

In August, Ryback debuted a new gimmick, where he began bullying various backstage workers. Also as part of the gimmick, Ryback would back away from fighting opponents of equal size and taking advantage of smaller and vulnerable opponents.

On September 15 at Night of Champions, Ryback aligned himself with Paul Heyman after helping him defeat CM Punk. Despite being a bully himself, Ryback claimed he hated bullies and vowed to stop CM Punk and anyone else who acted as such. On October 6 at WWE Battleground, Ryback was defeated by Punk in a singles match following a low blow from Punk. On October 27 at Hell in a Cell, Ryback and Heyman were defeated by Punk in a 2-on-1 handicap Hell in a Cell match. The feud ended the following night on Raw, when Punk defeated Ryback in a Street Fight match after forcing him to submit to the Anaconda Vise, marking Ryback's first ever submission loss. On the November 11 episode of Raw, the alliance between Ryback and Heyman came to an end when Heyman verbally berated him.

On November 24 at Survivor Series, Ryback was defeated by the returning Mark Henry after he answered Ryback's open challenge. Ryback then began a tag team with fellow former Paul Heyman Guy Curtis Axel collectively labelled as "RybAxel", and on the December 6 episode of SmackDown, they defeated WWE Tag Team Champions Cody Rhodes and Goldust in a non-title match to earn a shot at the titles. RybAxel received their title shot on December 15 at TLC: Tables, Ladders & Chairs, but were defeated by Cody Rhodes and Goldust in a four-way elimination match, also involving Big Show/Rey Mysterio and The Real Americans (Antonio Cesaro and Jack Swagger). RybAxel received another shot at the WWE Tag Team Championship on April 6, 2014, at the WrestleMania XXX pre-show, but were defeated by defending champions The Usos (Jey Uso & Jimmy Uso) in a fatal four-way elimination match, which also included Los Matadores and The Real Americans. At Payback, RybAxel defeated Cody Rhodes and Goldust in a tag team match. At Money in the Bank, RybAxel lost to Goldust and Stardust. On July 2, it was announced that Ryback and Axel would be competing for the vacant WWE Intercontinental Championship in an over the top battle royal at Battleground, but neither Ryback or Axel managed to win. On August 26, 2014, Ryback underwent hernia surgery.

Return, and Intercontinental Championship (2014–2016)

Ryback returned on the October 27 edition of Raw, as a face, defeating Bo Dallas. On the November 10 edition of Raw, Ryback joined Team Authority by attacking Cena, thus teasing a heel turn. However, this was later proven to be a ruse when he attacked Team Authority and defected to Team Cena. Ryback was eliminated by Rusev, but Team Cena won the match, putting The Authority out of power. Ryback defeated Team Authority member Kane in a Chairs match at TLC. After Seth Rollins coaxed Cena to bring The Authority back into power, Ryback, along with Erick Rowan and Dolph Ziggler, were (kayfabe) fired by Triple H on the January 5 episode of Raw as punishment for insubordination, but they were re-hired after Cena defeated Rollins, Kane and Big Show in a handicap match on the January 19 episode of Raw. On the January 22 episode of SmackDown, Ryback defeated Rusev via count-out to earn a spot in the Royal Rumble match, where he was eliminated by Big Show and Kane. At Fastlane, he teamed with Rowan and Ziggler in a six-man tag team match against Rollins, Big Show and Kane, but lost. Ryback participated in the André the Giant Memorial Battle Royal at WrestleMania 31, but was eliminated by the eventual winner, Big Show. On the Raw following Extreme Rules, Ryback was attacked by Bray Wyatt (who sent a series of mysterious promos aimed at Ryback weeks prior), leading to a match at Payback, which Ryback lost.

At Elimination Chamber, Ryback won the vacant WWE Intercontinental Championship, his first Championship in WWE, by defeating Sheamus, Dolph Ziggler, King Barrett, Mark Henry and R-Truth in an Elimination Chamber match. The following night, before Ryback was scheduled to make his first title defense against The Miz, Big Show attacked Miz and confronted Ryback, starting a feud between the two. At Money in the Bank, Big Show defeated Ryback by disqualification after Miz attacked him; Ryback retained the title as a result. It was later announced that that Ryback would defend the title against Big Show and Miz in a triple threat match at Battleground. However, Ryback would suffer an injury, cancelling the match.

Ryback retained against Big Show and The Miz at SummerSlam, but would lose the title to Kevin Owens at Night Of Champions. Ryback would unsuccessfully challenge Owens in a rematch at Hell in a Cell. Ryback would enter a Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match, teaming with the Lucha Dragons and the Usos against The New Day and Sheamus and King Barrett. Ryback, Jey Uso, and Kalisto would become the remaining survivors. Ryback would reenter a feud with Rusev, whom he lost to at TLC.

Ryback would enter the 2016 Royal Rumble Match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship at #9, but was eliminated. Ryback would align with Big Show and Kane against The Wyatt Family at Fastlane, which the Titans won. However, the next night in a rematch, The Titans lost when Ryback left Big Show and Kane, turning heel. Ryback feuded with Kalisto over the United States Championship, which Ryback was unsuccessful twice at WrestleMania 32 and WWE Payback.

On August 5, 2016, Reeves confirmed on his Instagram that he and WWE had parted ways.

Independent circuit

Immediately after announcing his WWE departure, Reeves announced via his Instagram that he will be taking independent bookings. On August 25, Reeves debuted as The Big Guy in a match for Northeast Wrestling, at NEW Rumble In Rockland, where he defeated Kenny Bengal. It was next announced that Reeves would be wrestling at WrestlePro on October 14, 2016, under his new ring name as The Big Guy. On this date, he won the WrestlePro Tag Team Championship with Pat Buck, when they defeated The Heavenly Bodies (Desirable Dustin & Gigolo Justin). On October 15's edition of WrestlePro, The Big Guy wrestled Dan Maff to a No-Contest finish. He made his Heroes And Legends (HLW) on October 22 at HLW Heroes & Legends VII, where he defeated Dru Skillz to win the HLW Heavyweight Championship. On the November 19 edition of WrestlePro Reeves wrestled as Ryback, teaming with Brother Nero, Matt Hardy and Pat Buck in defeating the team of Buster Jackson, Chris Payne & The Heavenly Bodies (Desirable Dustin & Gigolo Justin). On November 5, The Big Guy debuted in MCW Pro Wrestling's MCW Autumn Armageddon Tour where he defeated newcomer Big Sean Studd. On November 26, The Big Guy debuted in WrestleCade at WrestleCade 2016 - The Final 3 Count, he unsuccessfully challenged fellow WWE alumni Matt Hardy in a title match for the WrestleCade Championship.

During December 2016, Reeves appeared in Preston City Wrestling, where he headlined the beginning of the PCW The Feed Me More Tour, defeating Adrian McCallum during night one. On night two of the tour, The Big Guy defeated Iestyn Rees by disqualification. On night three, The Big Guy defeated the British powerhouse Johnny Moss. Reeves continued his UK tour during the course of December, with matches in 4 Front Wrestling (4FW), defeating JD Knight at 4FW We 3 Kings 2016, Revolution Pro Wrestling (RevPro) defeating The Legion Of Lords (Gideon Grey & Rishi Ghosh) at RevPro Live In Portsmouth 6.

Ryback returned to North America on January 21, 2017, making his Pennsylvania Premiere Wrestling (PPW) debut at PPW Shellshocked, defeating Mike Orlando in a singles match. The following day on January 22, 2017, Ryback debuted in Destiny World Wrestling (DWW) at DWW Carnage - 2 Year Anniversary Show where he defeated TNA star Moose. On February 10, Ryback returned to WrestlePro where his match against fellow powerhouse Brian Cage ended in a Double Count-Out finish.

The month of March 2017 was filled with several bookings for Ryback, beginning with a match on March 3 for Northeast Wrestling's NEW Wrestlefest XXI event, where he defeated Jake Manning. On March 11, Ryback debuted in MCW Pro Wrestling at MCW Winter Blast where he teamed with The Bruiser and The Hell Cats (Jimmy Starz & Sexy Steve) to defeat Andy Vineberg, Jeremiah, Rayo & Sean Studd in a tag match. The next day, Ryback's Bigger Better Wrestling Federation (BBWF) debut was at BBWF BattleMania where he defeated Fallah Bahh. Six days later on March 18, Ryback returned to Northeast Wrestling at NEW March Mayhem in Port Jervis, New York where his match against Wrecking Ball Legursky ended in Double Count-Out. From New York to California, Ryback made his Big Time Wrestling (BTW) debut on March 24 where he defeated fellow WWE alumni Ethan Carter III. The following day, Ryback wrestled his second match on the March 25th edition of BTW where defeated Synn. Five days later, Ryback returned to Orlando, Florida where he wrestled in WrestlePro's March 30th event where he defeated Colt Cabana.

Ryback made his International Wrestling Cartel (IWC) on April 8 at IWC Night Of The Superstars 6 where he joined Andrew Palace to defeat Team Storm (Jack Pollock, Jaxon Argos & RC Dupree) in a three-on-two handicap match. Ryback returned to Heroes And Legends Wrestling on April 9 at HLW Heroes & Legends VIII where he lost the HLW Heavyweight title to Dru Skillz in a three-way match involving Kongo Kong. Four months later, Ryback debuted in Rock And Roll Wrestling (RRW) where he wrestled on August 5 during the first night of the RRW Feed Me More Tour, defeating Sean Kustom to win the RRW Championship. He successfully retained the title in a rematch during the second night of the tour.

On September 8, Ryback's Create A Pro Wrestling Academy (CAP) debut match occurred at CAP Feeding Times, where he defeated Bear Bronson. The next day, Ryback returned for the September 9th edition of WrestlePro where defeated AR Fox. On October 27, Ryback debuted in Chaotic Wrestling (CW), wrestling his first match at CW Breaking Point, defeating Brick Mastone. Ryback debuted in WrestleCade on Night #2 of the WrestleCade SuperShow on November 25, defeating fellow WWE alumni Joey Mercury.

Ryback finished out 2017 with his successful debut match at Fighting Evolution Wrestling's FEW Holiday Open Challenge 2 defeating Ace Mayham.

As of 2018, according to several sources including wrestling sites and social media, Ryback has future bookings scheduled with Scottsh Wrestling Alliance and the newly-formed ACW Wisconsin promotion between the months of March and April. On March 24, Ryback made his Pro Wrestling Empire debut at PWE Reloaded where he defeated Mr. Grim. On March 29, Ryback debuted in Scotland's Rock N Wrestle promotion at RNW The Great Highland Bash, defeating Kid Fite. He made his Scottish Wrestling Alliance debut on March 30 at the Paisley event, where he defeated Jack Jester. The next night in Motherwell, Scotland, Ryback defeated Grado.

By April, Ryback returned to the United States, debuting in ACW Wisconsin on April 21 at ACW WaterCity WrestleCon, challenging The Sadist for the ACW Heavyweight Title in a match ending in no-contest. Six nights later on April 27, Ryback debuted in High Impact Wrestling at HIW Spring Meltdown, in a match where he defeated Mike McSugar.

Personal life

Reeves continues to reside in his native Las Vegas, Nevada.

On September 22, 2016, Reeves announced that he was successful in legally changing his first name from "Ryan" to "Ryback", thus allowing him to use the Ryback ring name following his departure from WWE.

As of 2018, Ryback hosts a podcast called "Conversation with the Big Guy" released every Monday. It is hosted with fellow independent wrestler and promoter Pat Buck and adult entertainer Phoenix Marie.

An avid bodybuilder and fitness enthusiast, Ryback owns and operates Feed Me More Nutrition.

In wrestling

  • Nicknames
    • "Ryback"
    • "Silverback"
    • "The Cornfed Meathead"
    • "Big Hungry"
    • "The Human Wrecking Ball"
    • "The Big Guy"

Championships and accomplishments

  • Heroes And Legends Wrestling
  • HLW Heavyweight Championship (1 time)

See also

External links

The Nexus
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