Early career (2009–2019)
Hobbs trained in California at All Pro Wrestling's APW Boot Camp and made his debut in 2009 on the July 18 edition of APW Gym Wars. There, Hobbs competed in a 15-Man Battle Royal to determine the Number One Contender for the APW Worldwide Internet Championship. During his ten-year career in APW, Hobbs became a three-time APW Worldwide Internet Champion and a three-time APW Tag Team Champion. Hobbs enjoyed success in other California-based promotions holding one-time reigns as a Tag Team Champion in Pro Championship Wrestling and United Wrestling Network.
All Elite Wrestling (2020–present)
Hobbs debuted in 2020 on the July 1 episode of AEW Dark in a match won by Orange Cassidy. He returned to wrestle in several episodes of AEW Dark and made his pay-per-view debut on September 5 at the second annual ALL OUT show competing in a 21-Man Battle Royal won by Lance Archer. It was announced on September 16, Hobbs signed with AEW. On the October 7 episode of AEW Dynamite, Hobbs received a title match opportunity, losing to the defending FTW Champion Brian Cage. He later joined the ranks of Team Taz during the conclusion of the main event tag match of Cage and Ricky Starks against Cody Rhodes & Darby Allin on the November 18 episode of Dynamite, turning heel in the process after smashing the TNT title belt over Cody Rhodes' head. On the November 25 episode of AEW Dynamite, he returned under the new name Powerhouse Hobbs winning his singles match against Lee Johnson. Under the Team Taz banner, Hobbs and Ricky Starks wrestled and lost a tag team grudge match against Cody Rhodes and Darby Allin.
- Finishing moves
- Signature moves
- Teams and stables
- Entrance Music
- "The Embodiment Of Willpower"
Championships and accomplishments
- APW Worldwide Internet Championship (3 times)
- APW Tag Team Championship (3 times)
- GRPW Dynamite Division Championship (1 time)
- Pro Championship Wrestling
- PCW Tag Team Championship (1 time)
- UWN Tag Team Championship (1 time)