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Zach Gowen

Photo credit: World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc.

Photo credit: World Wrestling Entertainment, Inc.

Real Name: Zachery Mark Gowen
Height: 5’11”
Weight: 155 lbs.
Date of birth: March 30, 1983
Hometown: Detroit, MI
Pro debut: March 16, 2002
Trained by: Truth Martini &
“Prime Time” Tommy Johnson
Finishing move: Split-Legged Moonsault


– On August 17, 2002, Tenacious Z (Gowen) and Kamikaze defeated the Threat (Truth Martini and Anthony Rivera) in Sterling Heights, MI to capture the IWR (Independent Wrestling Revolution) Tag Team title.
– On February 5, 2003, Tenacious Z defeated B.G. James in his debut for NWA TNA.
– The following week, Tenacious Z, Ron Killings, and Jorge Estrada defeated James, Mike Sanders, and Glen Gilbertti.
– A short time later, it was announced on TNA’s website that Tenacious Z had signed with World Wrestling Entertainment.
– Tenacious Z made his WWE television debut on the May 15, 2003 edition of “Smackdown,” in which Roddy Piper pulled off his plastic leg during a segment of “Piper’s Pit.”
– At Judgment Day ’03, Gowen (now using his real name) prevented Vince McMahon from interfering in the Mr. America-Piper match.
– On the May 22, 2003 episode of “Smackdown,” McMahon had Gowen arrested for trespassing.
– On the July 3, 2003 edition of “Smackdown,” Gowen and Stephanie McMahon defeated the Big Show to earn a WWE contract.
– In February 2004, WWE and Gowen parted ways.
– On April 29, 2004, Gowen and Men’s Teioh defeated Daisuke Shimoda and Daikokubo Benkei in Korakuen, Japan.
– In September 2007, Gowen debuted for All Japan Pro Wrestling.

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