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Mr. Anderson



photo credit: Lee South

Real name: Ken Anderson Holmes
Height: 6’2″
Weight: 225 lbs.
Date of birth: March 6, 1976
Hometown: Two Rivers, WI
Pro debut: September 1999
Trained by: Rockin’ Randy
Finishing move: The Green Bay Plunge

Biography

– In his early career, Anderson made several jobber appearances on WWF B-shows
– In November 2002, Anderson competed in the Ted Petty Invitational Tournament, but lost in the first round to Colt Cabana
– On February 26, 2003, Anderson made a dark match appearance for TNA. He was close to signing a TNA deal, but talks broke down
– On May 3, 2003, Anderson defeated Dino Bambino to win the MAW Heavyweight Title
– On May 25, 2003, Anderson defeated Chris Hero, Colt Cabana & Dino Bambino in a 4-Way Match to retain the MAW Heavyweight Title
– On June 14, 2003, Anderson defeated Adam Pearce to retain the MAW Heavyweight Title
– On November 3, 2003, Anderson defeated Austin Aries to retain the MAW Heavyweight Title
– on November 7, 2003, Anderson competed in the Ted Petty Invitational Tournament, but lost in the first round to Danny Daniels
– On July 16, 2004, Anderson defeated Silas Young & Colt Cabana in a 3-Way Match to win the NWA Midwest Heavyweight Title
– In February 2005, Anderson signed a WWE development deal
– On August 9, 2005, Anderson made his WWE debut, defeating Funaki on Velocity
– One week later, Anderson made another appearance on Velocity, having changed his ring name to Ken Kennedy
– On August 23, 2005, Kennedy made his full WWE debut, defeating Funaki on Smackdown. One week later, he earned a shock win over Booker T
– At No Mercy 2005, Kennedy defeated Hardcore Holly
– On November 8, 2005, Kennedy suffered the dubious honour of being Eddie Guerrero’s final opponent
– At The Great American Bash 2006, Kennedy defeated Batista by DQ
– On August 29, 2006, Kennedy defeated Finlay & Bobby Lashley in a Triple Threat Match to win the WWE United States Title
– At No Mercy 2006, Kennedy defeated The Undertaker by DQ
– On October 24, 2006, Kennedy defeated Kane in a No-DQ Match
– At Survivor Series 2006, Kennedy defeated The Undertaker in a First Blood Match
– At No Way Out 2007, Kennedy defeated ECW World Champion Bobby Lashley by DQ
– On February 27, 2007, Kennedy defeated Sabu in an Extreme Rules Match to qualify for Money In The Bank
– At WrestleMania 23, Kennedy defeated CM Punk, Edge, Finlay, Jeff Hardy, King Booker, Matt Hardy & Randy Orton to win the Money In The Bank Ladder Match
– On June 11, 2007, Kennedy was drafted to Raw
– At No Mercy 2007, Kennedy, Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch defeated Jeff Hardy, Paul London & Brian Kendrick
– At Cyber Sunday 2007, Kennedy defeated Jeff Hardy
– On November 5, 2007, Kennedy was one of several WWE wrestlers to appear on Family Feud
– On February 18, 2008, Kennedy defeated Val Venis to qualify for the Money In The Bank Match
– On May 19, 2008, Kennedy defeated William Regal in a No-DQ Retirement Match
– On May 29, 2009, Anderson was released from his WWE contract
– On October 2, 2009, Anderson defeated Chuck Palumbo & Tiny Iron in a 3-Way Match to win the vacant NWE Heavyweight Title
– On December 4, 2009, Anderson defeated Shane Hills to win the ACW Heavyweight Title
– In January 2010, Anderson signed a one-year deal with TNA
– At Genesis 2010, Anderson made his TNA debut, defeating Abyss
– At Against All Odds 2010, Anderson reached the final of the 8 Card Stud Tournament, but lost to D’Angelo Dinero
– At Slammiversary 2010, Anderson & Jeff Hardy defeated Beer Money Inc (James Storm & Robert Roode)
– At No Surrender 2010, Anderson defeated D’Angelo Dinero
– In November 2010, Anderson made another appearance on Family Feud as part of a TNA special
– At Genesis 2011, Anderson defeated Jeff Hardy to win the TNA World Title, having earlier defeated Matt Morgan to earn the opportunity
– On January 31, 2011, Anderson defeated Jeff Hardy to retain the TNA World Title. He retained again against Matt Morgan 3 days later
– On May 3, 2011, Anderson won a 25-Man Battle Royal to earn a TNA World Title shot
– At Slammiversary 2011, Anderson defeated Sting to win the TNA World Title for a second time
– On August 25, 2011, Anderson defeated TNA World Champion Kurt Angle by DQ with Sting as special guest enforcer
– At Bound For Glory 2011, Anderson defeated Bully Ray in a Falls Count Anywhere Match
– At Turning Point 2011, Anderson & Abyss defeated Bully Ray & Scott Steiner
– At Victory Road 2012, Anderson & AJ Styles defeated Christopher Daniels & Kazarian
– At Lockdown 2012, Team Garett (AJ Styles, Austin Aries, Garett Bischoff, Mr Anderson & Rob Van Dam) defeated Team Eric (Bully Ray, Christopher Daniels, Eric Bischoff, Gunner & Kazarian) in a Lethal Lockdown Match, forcing Eric Bischoff to leave TNA
– At Sacrifice 2012, Anderson defeated Jeff Hardy
– At Slammiversary 2012, Anderson defeated Jeff Hardy & Rob Van Dam in a 3-Way Match
– In early 2013, Anderson joined the Aces & Eights group
– At One Night Only: Joker’s Wild ’13, Anderson teamed with Jessie Godderz to defeat Douglas Williams & Kid Kash, but lost out to James Storm in the final gauntlet
– At Genesis ’13, Anderson defeated Samoa Joe
– At No Surrender ’13, Anderson was defeated by Bully Ray and, as a result, was kicked out of Aces & Eights
– At Turning Point ’13, Anderson defeated Bully Ray in a No-DQ match, forcing Aces & Eights to disband
– At Sacrifice ’14, Anderson defeated Samuel Shaw in an Ambulance Match
– At Slammiversary XII, Anderson defeated James Storm
– At Hardcore Justice ’14, Anderson defeated Samuel Shaw in an I Quit Match
– At Turning Point ’14, Anderson & Gunner defeated Ethan Carter III & Rockstar Spud


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