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Chris Sabin



photo credit: Lee South/Impact Wrestling

photo credit: Lee South/Impact Wrestling

Real name: Josh Harter
Height: 5’10”
Weight: 207 lbs.
Date of birth: February 4, 1982
From: Hell, MI
Pro debut: 2000
Trained by: Scott D’Amore
Finishing move: Future Shock

Biography

– On June 2, 2001, Sabin defeated Amazing N8 Mattson to win the NWA Great Lakes Cruiserweight Title
– On March 10, 2002, Sabin & Truth Martini defeated Frankie The Face & JT Lightning to win the XICW Tag Team Titles
– On June 1, 2002, Sabin defeated Gutter to win the NWA Great Lakes Heavyweight Title. He would be the final champion before the promotion closed
– On January 12, 2003, Sabin defeated Jimmy Jacobs to win the XICW Light Heavyweight Title
– On March 6, 2003, Sabin defeated Jerry Lynn & Alex Shelley in a 3-Way Match to win the vacant BCW Can-Am Television Title
– On April 9, 2003, Sabin made his TNA debut, losing in a 4-Way Tag Team Match
– On April 17, 2003, Sabin defeated Derek Wylde to retain the BCW Can-Am Television Title
– On May 14, 2003, Sabin defeated Jerry Lynn & The Amazing Red in a 3-Way Match to win the TNA X-Division Title
– On May 25, 2003, Sabin defeated Jerry Lynn, Kazarian & Johnny Swinger in a Four Corners Match to unify the TNA X-Division Title and the WWA International Cruiserweight Title. The WWA Title was discontinued
– On June 11, 2003, Sabin defeated Shark Boy to retain the TNA X-Division Title
– On June 18, 2003, Sabin defeated Paul London to retain the TNA X-Division Title
– On July 9, 2003, Sabin defeated Frankie Kazarian to retain the TNA X-Division Title. He repeated the feat a week later, this time by DQ
– On July 24, 2003, Sabin defeated Eric Young to retain the BCW Can-Am Television Title
– On July 30, 2003, Sabin defeated Michael Shane with Frankie Kazarian as special guest referee to retain the TNA X-Division Title
– On August 9, 2003, Sabin made his ROH debut, losing to Homicide
– On August 20, 2003, Sabin was involved in the first Ultimate X Match, losing to Michael Shane in a match also featuring Frankie Kazarian
– On September 3, 2003, Sabin defeated Juventud Guerrera to win the NWA:TNA Super X Cup
– On November 23, 2003, Sabin defeated Johnny Devine to retain the BCW Can-Am Television Title
– On January 7, 2004, Sabin defeated Michael Shane, Christopher Daniels & Low Ki in an Ultimate X Match (only the second in history) to win the TNA X-Division Title
– On January 28, 2004, Sabin defeated Michael Shane to retain the TNA X-Division Title
– On February 8, 2004, Sabin defeated Eric Young in a Ladder Match to retain the BCW Can-Am Television Title
– On April 25, 2004, Sabin defeated N8 Mattson to retain the BCW Can-Am Television Title
– On May 8, 2004, Sabin defeated Alex Shelley to win the IWC Super Indy III Tournament and the vacant IWC Super Indy Title
– On May 26, 2004, Sabin defeated Petey Williams & Hector Garza in an Ultimate X Match to win the World X Cup for Team TNA
– On May 30, 2004, Sabin defeated Frankie Kazarian to retain the BCW Can-Am Television Title
– On June 5, 2004, Sabin defeated CM Punk to retain the IWC Super Indy Title
– On July 2, 2004, Sabin defeated Sterling James Keenan to retain the IWC Super Indy Title
– On July 18, 2004, Sabin defeated Christopher Daniels to retain the BCW Can-Am Television Title
– On July 25, 2004, Sabin defeated Miyamoto to retain the BCW Can-Am Television Title
– On August 28, 2004, Sabin defeated Carlton Kaz to retain the IWC Super Indy Title
– On September 25, 2004, Sabin defeated Jimmy Jacobs to retain the IWC Super Indy Title
– On October 3, 2004, Sabin defeated Alex Shelley to retain the IWC Super Indy Title
– On November 13, 2004, Sabin defeated John McChesney to retain the IWC Super Indy Title
– On January 21, 2005, Sabin defeated Alex Shelley with Mick Foley as special guest referee to regain the BCW Can-Am Television Title
– On February 27, 2005, Sabin defeated Jimmy Jacobs to retain the BCW Can-Am Television Title
– In March 2005, Sabin made his first European appearances
– On June 11, 2005, Sabin defeated Sonjay Dutt to win the Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup
– At Sacrifice 2005, Sabin, Shark Boy & Sonjay Dutt defeated The Diamonds In The Rough (Simon Diamond, Elix Skipper & David Young)
– At Unbreakable 2005, Sabin defeated Petey Williams
– At Turning Point 2005, Sabin, Sonjay Dutt & Dale Torborg defeated The Diamonds In The Rough in a BaseBrawl Match
– On December 17, 2005, Sabin defeated IWA:MS Heavyweight Champion Jimmy Jacobs by DQ
– At Destination X 2006, Sabin defeated Petey Williams, Puma & Sonjay Dutt in a 4-Way Match
– At Lockdown 2006, Sabin defeated Chase Stevens, Elix Skipper, Petey Williams, Puma & Shark Boy in an Xscape Match
– On May 7, 2006, Sabin defeated Derek Frazier to win the MCW Cruiserweight Title
– On May 18, 2006, Sabin defeated Petey Williams to win the World X Cup for Team USA
– On May 20, 2006, Sabin defeated PWG World Champion Joey Ryan by DQ with Dino Winwood as special guest referee
– At Victory Road 2006, Sabin & Jay Lethal defeated Alex Shelley & Kevin Nash
– At Hard Justice 2006, Sabin defeated Alex Shelley
– In August 2006, Shelley completed his first tour of Japan, wrestling for ZERO1
– On August 25, 2006, Sabin & Alex Shelley (in their debut as a tag team) defeated Minoru Fujita & Ikuto Hidaka to win the ZERO1-MAX Lightweight Tag Team Titles
– At Bound For Glory 2006, Sabin defeated Senshi to win the TNA X-Division Title
– On October 28, 2006, Shelley & Sabin defeated Kazuchika Okada & Ultimo Dragon to retain the ZERO1-MAX Lightweight Tag Team Titles
– The next day, Sabin defeated Ruckus to regain the MCW Cruiserweight Title
– On November 10, 2006, Sabin defeated Delirious to retain the MCW Cruiserweight Title
– On November 17, 2006, Sabin & Shelley (now competing as The Motor City Machine Guns) defeated The Age Of The Fall (Jimmy Jacobs & Tyler Black) to retain the ZERO1-MAX Lightweight Tag Team Titles
– On December 13, 2006, The Guns defeated Petey Williams & Phil Atlas to retain the ZERO1-MAX Lightweight Tag Team Titles
– At Final Resolution 2007, Sabin defeated Christopher Daniels & Jerry Lynn to win the TNA X-Division Title for a 4th time
– At Against All Odds 2007, Sabin defeated Jerry Lynn to retain the TNA X-Division Title
– On February 10, 2007, Sabin fought IWF Heavyweight Champion Colt Cabana to a time-limit draw
– On February 16, 2007, The Guns defeated Team Checkmate (Christopher Bishop & Lionel Knight) to retain the ZERO1-MAX Lightweight Tag Team Titles
– At Destination X 2007, Sabin defeated Jerry Lynn to retain the TNA X-Division Title
– On March 17, 2007, Sabin defeated Isys Ephex to retain the TNA X-Division Title
– On March 26, 2007, Sabin defeated Sonjay Dutt to retain the TNA X-Division Title
– At Lockdown 2007, Sabin defeated Alex Shelley, Jay Lethal, Shark Boy & Sonjay Dutt in an Elimination Cage Match to retain the TNA X-Division Title
– On May 5, 2007, Sabin defeated Jerry Lynn to retain the TNA X-Division Title
– At Sacrifice 2007, Sabin defeated Jay Lethal & Sonjay Dutt in a 3-Way Match to retain the TNA X-Division Title
– On June 1, 2007, Sabin defeated Josh Abercrombie to retain the TNA X-Division Title
– On June 9, 2007, Sabin defeated Sonjay Dutt to retain the TNA X-Division Title
– On July 1, 2007, Sabin defeated Shuji Kondo to win the AJPW Junior League
– On September 8, 2007, The Guns defeated DP Associates Berwyn Branch (Trik Davis & Conrad Kennedy III) to win the AAW Tag Team Titles
– On September 29, 2007, The Guns defeated Christian York & Joey Matthews to retain the AAW Tag Team Titles
– On October 20, 2007, The Guns defeated DP Associaties Berwyn Branch in a 2-out-of-3 Falls Match to retain the AAW Tag Team Titles
– At Genesis 2007, The Guns defeated Team 3D (Brother Ray & Brother Devon)
– On November 24, 2007, The Guns defeated The Michigan Invasion (Truth Martini & N8 Mattson) to retain the AAW Tag Team Titles
– On December 15, 2007, The Guns defeated The Phoenix Twins (Dash & Tweek) to retain the AAW Tag Team Titles
– On New Year’s Day 2008, The Guns defeated Dick Togo & Ikuto Hidaka to retain the ZERO1-MAX Lightweight Tag Team Titles
– At Against All Odds 2008, Alex Shelley, Jay Lethal & Chris Sabin defeated Johnny Devine, Brother Ray & Brother Devon in a Street Fight to win the TNA X-Division Title for Lethal
– At Victory Road 2008, Team TNA (Chris Sabin, Alex Shelley & Curry Man) defeated Team International (Alex Koslov, Doug Williams & Tyson Dux), Team Japan (Masato Yoshino, Milano Collection AT & Puma) & Team Mexico (Averno, Rey Bucanero & Ultimo Guerrero) in a 4-Way Elimination Match
– At Wrestle Kingdom III, The Guns defeated No Limit (Tetsuya Naito & Yujiro) to win the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Titles
– At NJPW Resolution 2009, The Guns defeated Apollo 55 (Rysuke Taguchi & Prince Devitt) to retain the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Titles
– At Lockdown 2009, The Guns defeated No Limit (Naito & Yujiro) & The LAX (Homicide & Hernandez) in a 3-Way Cage Match to retain the IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Titles
– At Destination X 2010, The Guns defeated Generation Me (Max & Jeremy Buck)
– At Sacrifice 2010, The Guns defeated Team 3D (Brother Ray & Brother Devon) & Beer Money Inc (James Storm & Robert Roode) in a 3-Way Match
– At Victory Road 2010, The Guns defeated Beer Money Inc (James Storm & Robert Roode) to win the vacant TNA Tag Team Titles
– At No Surrender 2010, The Guns defeated Generation Me to retain the TNA Tag Team Titles
– At Bound For Glory 2010, The Guns again defeated Generation Me to retain the TNA Tag Team Titles
– On October 25, 2010, The Guns defeated Ink Inc (Shannon Moore & Jesse Neal) to retain the TNA Tag Team Titles
– At Turning Point 2010, The Guns defeated Team 3D to retain the TNA Tag Team Titles
– At Final Resolution 2010, The Guns defeated Generation Me in a Full Metal Mayhem Match to retain the TNA Tag Team Titles
– In April 2011, Sabin suffered a serious knee injury that would keep him out for close to a year
– On April 2, 2012, Sabin returned to action as The Guns defeated Mexican America (Hernandez & Anarquia) on Impact
– On June 14, 2012, Sabin suffered a similar injury to his other knee and is expected to miss the rest of the year
– At Slammiversary ’13 in Boston, MA, Sabin defeated Kenny King and Suicide to win the X-Division title
– At Destination X ’13 in Louisville, KY, Sabin pinned Bully Ray for the TNA World Heavyweight title
– At Bound for Glory ’13, Sabin (with Velvet Sky) defeated Manik, Austin Aries, Jeff Hardy, and Samoa Joe to regain the TNA X-Division title
– In April 2014, Sabin parted ways with TNA
– On October 25, 2014, Sabin defeated N8 Mattson to win the UCW Lightweight Title


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