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Julio Dinero



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Real name: Brian Wohl

Height: 6’2″
Weight: 227 lbs.
Date of birth: April 14, 1972
Hometown: Washington, DC
Pro debut: 1993
Trained at: Baltimore Monster Factory
Finishing move: Jalapeño Popper

Biography

– On January 24, 1997, Wall (wrestling as Julio Sanchez) defeated Freight Train Jones in Reading, PA for the PCW (Pennsylvania Championship Wrestling) Heavyweight championship
– On April 22, 1997, Sanchez became the first IPWA (Independent Professional Wrestling Alliance) Light Heavyweight champion
– On November 13, 1997, Sanchez and Jimmy Cicero defeated Joey Matthews and Christian York for the MEWF Tag Team titles
– Sanchez won his second IPWA Light Heavyweight championship from Steve Corino on December 11, 1997
– Sanchez captured his third IPWA Light Heavyweight title from York on August 22, 1998 in Chincoteague, VA
– On September 20, 1998, Sanchez and Cicero downed The Headbangers for the MCW (Maryland Championship Wrestling) Tag Team title
– On Janurary 23, 1999, Sanchez downed IPWA Light Heavyweight champion Matthews and York for the belt in Woodbridge, VA
– Sanchez and Glen Osbourne downed Samu and L.A. Smooth on August 26, 1999 for the ISPW (Independent Superstars of Professional Wrestling) Tag Team title
– Sanchez defeated Don Montoya for the SCW (Steel City Wrestling) Television Championship in Elizabeth, PA on October 23, 1999
– Wall worked in WCW as Sanchez, and then worked in the WWF as Julio Fantastico on some Sunday Night Heat and Jakked shows
– In the WWF, Wall had further training with Dory Funk Jr. and Tom Pritchard
– In ECW, Wall debuted as Julio Dinero and joined E.Z. Money, Chris Hamerick, and Elektra to form Hot Commodity
– On September 7, 2002, Dinero was awarded the NEPW (New Era Pro Wrestling) Triple Crown Heavyweight title in Painesville, OH
– On November 30, 2002, Dinero defeated the Crimson Dragon (Hamerick) for his second NEPW Triple Crown Heavyweight title in Norwalk, OH
– Dinero defeated Chris Chetti on March 8, 2003 at an XPW show in Pittsburgh, PA
– On April 13, 2003, Dinero joined the Raven’s new Flock with Alexis Laree on an NWA-TNA pay per view. Later that night Dinero and Laree downed Jeff Jarrett in a “clockwork orange house of pain” match
– On March 14, 2003, Dinero downed Tony Blaze, Mark Gore, Dave Donovan, Wicked, Thunderbolt, Mo’ Sexy, and Eddie Edwards for the ACW (Assault Championship Wrestling) Dave Vicious Memorial Cup
– In February 2004, Dinero left TNA
– On November 29, 2004, Dinero worked a WWE dark match, losing to Chris Masters
– On May 21, 2005, The Gathering (Dinero & CM Punk) defeated The Solution (Havok & Papadon) to win the NWA:CSWF Tag Team Titles, but lost them a month later to All Money Is Legal (Kayotic Kid & Luda Kash)
– On July 19, 2005, Dinero appeared on Smackdown, teaming with Nick Berk in a loss to The Road Warriors (Animal & Heidenreich)
– On March 26, 2006, Dinero defeated Genesis in the final of a tournament to win the vacant MCW Heavyweight Title
– On April 15, 2006, Dinero defeated Calvin McGrath to retain the KCW Heavyweight Title
– On April 22, 2006, Dinero defeated Josh Daniels to retain the MCW Heavyweight Title
– On May 7, 2006, Dinero defeated Spike Dudley to retain the MCW Heavyweight Title
– On May 13, 2006, Dinero defeated Seth James to retain the KCW Heavyweight Title
– On May 27, 2006, Dinero defeated Sebastian to retain the KCW Heavyweight Title
– On June 24, 2006, Dinero defeated Jon Bolen to retain the KCW Heavyweight Title
– On July 9, 2006, Dinero, Jason Static & Scott Fowler defeated Genesis, Danny Jaxx & The Bruiser in an Ultimate Jeopardy Match to retain the MCW Heavyweight and Tag Team Titles
– On January 13, 2007, Dinero defeated Charlie Mansun to retain the KCW Heavyweight Title
– On April 29, 2008, Dinero returned to Smackdown, losing to Finlay
– On May 1, 2010, Dinero defeated PWE Heavyweight Champion Mitch Lebowski by DQ
– On April 2, 2011, Dinero & Mercedes Martinez entered the WSU King & Queen of the Ring Tournament, defeating Cindy Rogers & Kenny Dykstra, Corey Havoc & Nikki Syxx and Nicky Oceans & Jennifer Cruz on their way to victory
– In February 2004, Dinero left TNA
– On November 29, 2004, Dinero worked a WWE dark match, losing to Chris Masters
– On May 21, 2005, The Gathering (Dinero & CM Punk) defeated The Solution (Havok & Papadon) to win the NWA:CSWF Tag Team Titles, but lost them a month later to All Money Is Legal (Kayotic Kid & Luda Kash)
– On July 19, 2005, Dinero appeared on Smackdown, teaming with Nick Berk in a loss to The Road Warriors (Animal & Heidenreich)
– On March 26, 2006, Dinero defeated Genesis in the final of a tournament to win the vacant MCW Heavyweight Title
– On April 15, 2006, Dinero defeated Calvin McGrath to retain the KCW Heavyweight Title
– On April 22, 2006, Dinero defeated Josh Daniels to retain the MCW Heavyweight Title
– On May 7, 2006, Dinero defeated Spike Dudley to retain the MCW Heavyweight Title
– On May 13, 2006, Dinero defeated Seth James to retain the KCW Heavyweight Title
– On May 27, 2006, Dinero defeated Sebastian to retain the KCW Heavyweight Title
– On June 24, 2006, Dinero defeated Jon Bolen to retain the KCW Heavyweight Title
– On July 9, 2006, Dinero, Jason Static & Scott Fowler defeated Genesis, Danny Jaxx & The Bruiser in an Ultimate Jeopardy Match to retain the MCW Heavyweight and Tag Team Titles
– On January 13, 2007, Dinero defeated Charlie Mansun to retain the KCW Heavyweight Title
– On April 29, 2008, Dinero returned to Smackdown, losing to Finlay
– On May 1, 2010, Dinero defeated PWE Heavyweight Champion Mitch Lebowski by DQ
– On April 2, 2011, Dinero & Mercedes Martinez entered the WSU King & Queen of the Ring Tournament, defeating Cindy Rogers & Kenny Dykstra, Corey Havoc & Nikki Syxx and Nicky Oceans & Jennifer Cruz on their way to victory

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