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chris hero

Real name: Chris Spradling
Height: 6’4″
Weight: 235 lbs.
Date of birth: December 24, 1979
Hometown: Dayton, OH
Pro debut: September 12, 1998
Trained by: Les Thatcher, Ian Rotten, &
Tracy Smothers
Finishing move: Hero’s Welcome

Biography

– On July 12, 2000, Hero fought IWA:MS Light Heavyweight Champion Suicide Kid to a double-pinfall draw
– On August 11, 2000, Hero fought PWX Television Champion JB Destiny to a double-DQ
– On September 9, 2000, Hero entered the IWA:MS Sweet Science Sixteen Tournament, defeating Colt Cabana, Ace Steel, American Kickboxer and Harry Palmer on his way to victory
– On January 27, 2001, Hero (as Wife Beater) & Porno The Clown defeated Logan Caine & Trevor Lowe in a Best of 3 Falls No-DQ Match to win the VCW Tag Team Titles
– On October 20, 2001, Hero defeated Trent Baker to win the IWA:MS Heavyweight Title
– Over the next month, Hero retained the IWA:MS Heavyweight Title against Bull Pain, Corporal Robinson, Todd Morton, Ian Rotten, Cash Flo and Tracy Smothers
– On July 12, 2002, Hero defeated Colt Cabana to regain the IWA:MS Heavyweight Title
– Over the next month, Hero retained the IWA:MS Heavyweight Title against Colt Cabana, Necro Butcher, Tracy Smothers and Ian Rotten
– On September 7, 2002, Hero defeated Corporal Robinson to retain the IWA:MS Heavyweight Title
– On September 20, 2002, Hero defeated BJ Whitmer to retain the IWA:MS Heavyweight Title
– A week later, Hero defeated Al Jackson to retain the IWA:MS Heavyweight Title
– On October 4, 2002, Hero defeated BJ Whitmer & CM Punk in a Triple Threat Match to retain the IWA:MS Heavyweight Title
– On December 21, 2002, Hero fought IWA:MS Heavyweight Title CM Punk to a time-limit draw
– On February 7, 2003, Hero defeated CM Punk in a Best of 3 Falls Match to win the IWA:MS Heavyweight Title. He retained against Michael Todd Stratton the next day
– A week later, Hero defeated Salem to retain the IWA:MS Heavyweight Title
– On March 1, 2003, Hero defeated Martin Nolte to win the wXw Heavyweight Title
– On March 14, 2003, Hero defeated Danny Daniels to retain the IWA:MS Heavyweight Title
– Over the next month, Hero retained the IWA:MS Heavyweight Title against Raven, BJ Whitmer, Danny Daniels and Ian Rotten
– On April 18, 2003, Hero defeated Ares, Double C & Mike Quackenbush in an Elimination Match to retain the wXw Heavyweight Title. He retained against Martin Nolte the next day
– On April 26, 2003, Hero defeated Simon Sezz to retain the IWA:MS Heavyweight Title
– On May 4, 2003, Hero defeated Stan Dupp to retain the IWA:MS Heavyweight Title
– Over the next month, Hero retained the IWA:MS Heavyweight Title against Nigel McGuinness, Danny Daniels, Ace Steel and Brad Bradley
– On June 21, 2003, Hero fought Mark Wolf to a no-contest in a Champion vs Champion Match to retain the wXw Heavyweight Title
– On July 2, 2003, Hero made his TNA debut, losing to Elix Skipper
– On July 12, 2003, Hero defeated Danny Daniels in a Best of 3 Falls Match to regain the IWA:MS Heavyweight Title
– The next day, Hero defeated Frankie the Face & Mr Insanity in a 3-Way Match to win the vacant XICW Intense Title
– On July 19, 2003, Hero defeated Mean Mitch Page to retain the IWA:MS Heavyweight Title
– A week later, Hero defeated Steve Stone to retain the IWA:MS Heavyweight Title
– On August 1, 2003, Hero defeated Homicide to retain the IWA:MS Heavyweight Title
– On August 17, 2003, Hero defeated Mr Insanity with Truth Martini as special guest referee to retain the XICW Intense Title
– On October 4, 2003, Hero defeated Ares to retain the wXw Heavyweight Title
– On January 17, 2004, Hero lost a Loser Leaves IWA:MS Cage Match to Danny Daniels, forcing him out of the promotion
– In February 2004, Hero embarked upon a tour of Britain with All-Star Wrestling
– On April 24, 2004, Hero defeated Double C in a Best of 3 Falls Match to win the GPW International Title
– On May 1, 2004, Hero defeated Jimmy Rave to win the CZW Iron Man Title
– On June 12, 2004, Hero defeated B-Boy to retain the CZW Iron Man Title
– On September 11, 2004, Hero defeated Super Dragon and Alex Shelley in separate singles matches to retain the CZW Iron Man Title
– On October 9, 2004, Hero defeated Homicide to retain the CZW Iron Man Title
– On December 4, 2004, Hero defeated Doug Williams to retain the CZW Iron Man Title
– On April 6, 2005, Hero defeated Mike Quackenbush to win the vacant IWA:EC Heavyweight Title
– On June 15, 2005, Hero defeated Arik Cannon to retain the IWA:EC Heavyweight Title
– On July 13, 2005, Hero defeated Billy Gunn to retain the IWA:EC Heavyweight Title
– In September 2005, Hero formed The Kings of Wrestling alongside Claudio Castagnoli
– On September 10, 2005, The Kings of Wrestling defeated The Tough Crazy Bastards (Toby Klein & Necro Butcher) to win the CZW Tag Team Titles
– On October 8, 2005, The Kings of Wrestling defeated Team Masturbation (Beef Wellington & Excalibur) to retain the CZW Tag Team Titles
– On November 15, 2005, Hero defeated El Drunko to retain the IWA:EC Heavyweight Title
– On December 30, 2005, Hero entered and won the IWA:MS Revolution Strong Style Tournament, defeating Necro Butcher in the final
– On January 14, 2006, Hero made his ROH debut, unsuccessfully challenging Bryan Danielson for the ROH World Title
– On February 26, 2006, The Kings of Wrestling entered the Chikara Tag World Grand Prix, defeating Equinox & Hydra, Delirious & Hallowicked, The North Star Express (Darin Corbin & Ryan Cruz) and Team dragondoor (Milano Collection AT & Skayde) on their way to victory and the Campeonato de Parejas Titles
– On April 5, 2006, Hero defeated Dick Togo in a Ladder Match to retain the IWA:EC Heavyweight Title
– At ROH’s 100th Show Celebration, Team CZW (Hero, Necro Butcher & Super Dragon) defeated Team ROH (Samoa Joe, Adam Pearce & BJ Whitmer)
– On May 13, 2006, Hero defeated Ruckus to win the CZW World Title
– On May 27, 2006, The Kings of Wrestling defeated Team K-Dojo (Yoshiaki Yago & MIYAWAKI) to retain the Chikara Campeonato de Parejas Titles
– On June 10, 2006, Hero defeated Claudio Castagnoli to retain the CZW World Title
– On July 8, 2006, Hero defeated Necro Butcher to retain the CZW World Title
– On September 16, 2006, The Kings of Wrestling defeated Austin Aries & Roderick Strong to win the ROH Tag Team Titles
– A week later, The Kings of Wrestling defeated The North Star Express (Darin Corbin & Ryan Cruz) to retain the Chikara Campeonato de Parejas Titles
– On October 6, 2006, The Kings of Wrestling defeated Colt Cabana & Jimmy Jacobs to retain the ROH Tag Team Titles
– On October 14, 2006, The Kings of Wrestling entered the CZW Tag Team Title Tournament, defeating BLKOUT (Ruckus & The Human Tornado), Team Masturbation (Beef Wellington & Excalibur) and Human Tornado & Justice Pain on their way to victory, retaining the ROH Tag Team Titles and winning the CZW Tag Team Titles
– The next day, The Kings of Wrestling defeated The Blackout (Onyx & Rainman) to retain the CZW Tag Team Titles
– On November 4, 2006, The Kings of Wrestling defeated Austin Aries & Roderick Strong by DQ to retain the ROH Tag Team Titles
– On November 24, 2006, The Kings of Wrestling defeated Austin Aries & Roderick Strong in a No-DQ Match to retain the ROH Tag Team Titles
– In February 2007, Hero began a tour of Japan with Pro Wrestling NOAH
– On May 6, 2007, Hero entered the wXw 16 Carat Gold Tournament, defeating Claudio Castagnoli, Ryo Saito, Murat Bosporus & Ares on his way to victory
– On July 14, 2007, Hero entered the Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup, defeating Trik Davis, Krazy K, Erick Stevens & Matt Cross on his way to victory
– At Death Before Dishonor V, Hero defeated Nigel McGuinness in a Pure Rules Match, before teaming with Jigsaw to defeat McGuinness & Claudio Castagnoli
– On October 19, 2007, Hero defeated Austin Aries, Claudio Castagnoli, Human Tornado, Rocky Romero & Roderick Strong to win Survival of the Fittest
– On November 24, 2007, Hero & Marc Roudin defeated AbLas (Absolute Andy & Steve Douglas) to win the wXw Tag Team Titles
– On January 20, 2008, Hero & Roudin defeated Swiss Money Holdings (Claudio Castagnoli & Ares) to retain the wXw Tag Team Titles
– In February 2008, Hero returned to Japan with NOAH
– On July 6, 2008, Hero defeated Human Tornado in a Cage Match to win the PWG World Title
– At Death Before Dishonor VI, Hero defeated Delirious
– On August 30, 2008, Hero defeated Eddie Kingston, Low Ki & Necro Butcher in a 4-Way Match to retain the PWG World Title. He retained against PAC the next day
– At Glory By Honor VII, Sweet n Sour Inc (Hero, Eddie Edwards & Shane Hagadorn) defeated Jigsaw, Ruckus & Roderick Strong
– At ROH All-Star Extravaganza IV, Hero defeated Erick Stevens
– In January 2009, Hero began a third tour with NOAH
– On February 21, 2009, Hero defeated Colt Cabana & Human Tornado in a 3-Way Dance to retain the PWG World Title
– At Supercard of Honor IV, Sweet n Sour Inc (Hero & Eddie Edwards) & Incognito defeated Jay Briscoe, Kevin Steen & Magno
– On April 11, 2009, Hero defeated Austin Aries to retain the PWG World Title. He retained against Colt Cabana the next day
– On May 22, 2009, Hero defeated Joey Ryan to retain the PWG World Title
– In June 2009, Hero returned to NOAH
– On July 31, 2009, Hero defeated Joey Ryan in a Guerrilla Warfare Match to retain the PWG World Title
– On August 28, 2009, Hero defeated Roderick Strong to retain the PWG World Title
– At Glory By Honor VIII, Hero defeated Eddie Kingston
– In January 2010, The Kings of Wrestling reformed to take part in the NOAH Global Tag League, but finished bottom of their group
– At ROH’s 8th Anniversary Show, The Kings of Wrestling defeated The Bravado Brothers (Harlem & Lancelot)
– At ROH The Big Bang, The Kings of Wrestling defeated The Briscoes (Mark & Jay) to win the ROH Tag Team Titles
– On April 11, 2010, The Kings of Wrestling defeated Doug Williams & Martin Stone to retain the ROH Tag Team Titles in Marburg, Germany
– At Supercard of Honor V, The Kings of Wrestling defeated The Motor City Machine Guns (Alex Shelley & Chris Sabin) to retain the ROH Tag Team Titles
– On May 12, 2010, Hero defeated Roderick Strong to win the IWA:EC Heavyweight Title
– At Death Before Dishonor VIII, The Kings of Wrestling defeated The Briscoes (Mark & Jay) in a No-DQ Match to retain the ROH Tag Team Titles
– On August 15, 2010, The Kings of Wrestling defeated The Briscoes, The Haters (Pauly & Vito Thomaselli) and The Ring Rydas (Red & Blue) in an Elimination Match to win the JCW Tag Team Titles
– On August 21, 2010, The Kings of Wrestling defeated The Briscoes to retain the ROH Tag Team Titles
– At ROH Tag Wars ’10, The Kings of Wrestling defeated The Briscoes, The All Night Express (Rhett Titus & Kenny King) and The Dark City Fight Club (Jon Davis & Kory Chavis) in an Ultimate Endurance Match to retain the ROH Tag Team Titles
– On September 10, 2010, The Kings of Wrestling defeated Colt Cabana & El Generico to retain the ROH Tag Team Titles
– At Glory By Honor IX, The Kings of Wrestling defeated Charlie Haas & Shelton Benjamin
– On September 24, 2010, The Kings of Wrestling defeated 2CW Tag Team Champions The Olsen Twins (Colin & Jimmy) by DQ
– On October 15, 2010, The Kings of Wrestling defeated Christopher Daniels & Davey Richards to retain the ROH Tag Team Titles
– On November 13, 2010, The Kings of Wrestling defeated Kevin Steen & Steve Corino to retain the ROH Tag Team Titles
– On December 17, 2010, The Kings of Wrestling defeated The American Wolves (Davey Richards & Eddie Edwards) to retain the ROH Tag Team Titles
– At ROH’s 9th Anniversary Show, The Kings of Wrestling defeated The All Night Express (Rhett Titus & Kenny King) to retain the ROH Tag Team Titles
– At Honor Takes Center Stage, The Kings of Wrestling defeated Adam Cole & Kyle O’Reilly
– In April 2011, The Kings of Wrestling entered the NOAH Global Tag League, but failed to make it out of their group
– In June 2011, Hero received a WWE tryout alongside Castagnoli. Castagnoli was signed, but Hero was passed over due to a medical irregularity
– On July 12, 2011, Hero defeated Jason Kincaid to retain the IWA:EC Heavyweight Title
– In February 2012, Hero signed a WWE development deal and was repackaged as Kassius Ohno
– On November 8, 2013, Ohno was released by WWE
– On January 25, 2014, Hero returned to ROH, teaming with Michael Elgin to defeat Matt Hardy & Adam Cole and The Briscoes (Mark & Jay) in an Elimination Match
– On February 23, 2014, Hero defeated AR Fox to win the EVOLVE Title
– On March 16, 2014, Hero entered the wXw Gold Rush Tournament, defeating Freddy Stahl, Karsten Block, Adam Cole and Axel Tischer on his way to victory
– On April 3, 2014, Hero defeated Trent Barreta to retain the EVOLVE Title
– The next day, Hero defeated Anthony Nese & AR Fox in a 3-Way Iron Man Match to retain the EVOLVE Title
– At House of Hardcore V, Hero defeated Adam Pearce
– On June 13, 2014, Hero defeated Jeckles to win the APW Internet Title
– In October 2014, Hero entered the NOAH Global League, but failed to get out of his league

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