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Petey Williams



photo credit: Lee South/Impact Wrestling

photo credit: Lee South/Impact Wrestling

Real name: Peter Williams
Height: 5’7″
Weight: 185 lbs.
Date of birth: August 26, 1981
Hometown: Windsor, Ontario
Pro debut: 2002
Trained by: Scott D’Amore
Finishing move: Canadian Destroyer

Biography

– Williams trained under Scott D’Amore at his Can-Am School. He ‘graduated’ alongside Chris Sabin
– On October 14, 2001, Williams made his pro debut, teaming with Chad Logan in a loss to Bobby Clancy & Paul Robillard
– On November 29, 2003, Williams (subbing for Alex Shelley) & Jaimy Coxxx defeated Gavin Starr & Gutter to retain the XICW Tag Team Titles
– On February 25, 2004, Williams made his TNA debut as part of Team Canada. He defeated Jerry Lynn & Juventud Guerrera in a 3-Way Dance
– On March 3, 2004, Team Canada reached the final of the TNA America’s X Cup, but were defeated by Team AAA
– On May 21, 2004, Williams defeated Truth Martini to win the MPW Cruiserweight Title
– On May 29, 2004, Williams defeated BJ Whitmer to win the IWA:MS Heavyweight Title
– On June 19, 2004, Williams defeated Alex Shelley to retain the IWA:MS Heavyweight Title
– On July 23, 2004, Williams defeated Chris Hero to retain the IWA:MS Heavyweight Title
– One week later, Williams defeated Alex Shelley in a Best of 3 Falls Match to retain the IWA:MS Heavyweight Title
– On August 11, 2004, Williams won a 22-man Gauntlet Match to win the vacant TNA X-Division Title
– One week later, Williams defeated Chris Sabin to retain the TNA X-Division Title
– On September 1, 2004, Williams defeated Sonjay Dutt to retain the TNA X-Division Title
– On September 15, 2004, Williams defeated CM Punk to retain the IWA:MS Heavyweight Title. Over the next two days, he defended the title against B-Boy and BJ Whitmer
– On September 19, 2004, Team Canada (Williams & Bobby Rude) defeated Eddie Venom & N8 Mattson to win the BCW Can-Am Tag Team Titles
– On October 17, 2004, at the NWA 56th Anniversary Show, Williams defeated Kenny Omega to retain the TNA X-Division Title
– On October 20, 2004, Williams defeated Alex Shelley to retain the TNA X-Division Title
– On November 4, 2004, Williams defeated Nate Webb to retain the TNA X-Division Title. He defended against Delirious the next day
– At Victory Road ’04, Williams defeated AJ Styles to retain the TNA X-Division Title
– On November 28, 2004, Team Canada (Williams & Rude) defeated Chris Sabin & Gutter to retain the BCW Can-Am Tag Team Titles
– On December 5, 2004, Williams defeated Sabin to retain the TNA X-Division Title
– On December 18, 2004, Williams defeated Nate Webb to retain the TNA X-Division Title
– The next day, Team Canada (Williams & Rude) defeated The High Class Cripplers (Conrad Kennedy III & Ruffy Silverstein) to retain the BCW Can-Am Tag Team Titles
– On January 21, 2005, Team Canada defeated Chris Harris & Trytan to retain the BCW Can-Am Tag Team Titles
– On February 12, 2005, Williams defeated Crazzy Crusher, Excess & Hell Storm in an Elimination Match to win the EWR Title
– On April 9, 2005, Williams entered the ECWA Super 8 Tournament, defeating Rory Fox, Alex Shelley & Puma on his way to victory
– On April 17, 2005, Williams defeated Alex Shelley & Chris Sabin in a 3-Way Dance to win the BCW Can-Am Television Title
– On May 14, 2005, Williams defeated Kevin Dunn to win the NWA Upstate No Limits Title
– At Hard Justice ’05, Team Canada (Williams & Eric Young) defeated Apolo & Sonny Siaki
– Williams made his ROH debut at Death Before Dishonor II, losing to AJ Styles
– On July 2, 2005, Williams defeated Jimmy Olsen to retain the NWA Upstate No Limits Title
– On July 22, 2005, Williams defeated AJ Styles, Alex Shelley & Chris Sabin in a 4-Way Dance to retain the BCW Can-Am Television Title
– At Sacrifice ’05, Team Canada (Williams, Bobby Roode, Eric Young & A1) defeated America’s Most Wanted (Chris Harris & James Storm) and The Naturals (Chase Stevens & Andy Douglas)
– On September 15, 2005, Williams defeated Jerry Lynn to retain the BCW Can-Am Television Title
– At Bound For Glory ’05, Williams defeated Chris Sabin & Matt Bentley in an Ultimate X Match
– At Turning Point ’05, Team Canada (Williams, Roode, Young & A1) defeated 4Live Kru (Ron Killings, Konnan, BG James & Kip James)
– On January 22, 2006, Williams defeated Chris Sabin in a Ladder Match to win the PTW King of the Cruiserweights Tournament
– At Sacrifice ’06, Williams lost to Jushin Thunder Liger, but later won a Gauntlet Match to win the World X Cup for Team Canada
– On July 3, 2006, Team Canada (Williams, Roode, Young & A1) were forced to disband following a loss to Team 3D (Brother Ray & Brother Devon), Rhino & Jay Lethal on Impact
– In late 2007, Williams debuted a new ‘Maple Leaf Muscle’ gimmick, closely imitating Scott Steiner
– At Turning Point ’07, Williams was one of four winners of the Feast or Fired Match. After trading cases with Scott Steiner several times, Williams earned a future X-Division Title shot
– At NJPW Wrestle Kingdom II, Williams, AJ Styles & Christian Cage defeated RISE (Milano Collection AT, Prince Devitt & Minoru)
– On January 18, 2008, Williams defeated UWA Canadian Champion Josh Prohibition by DQ
– On April 15, 2008, Williams cashed in his briefcase and defeated Jay Lethal to win the TNA X-Division Title
– On April 20, 2008, Williams defeated N8 Mattson to retain the TNA X-Division Title
– At Slammiversary ’08, Williams defeated Kaz to retain the TNA X-Division Title
– At Hard Justice ’08, Williams defeated Consequences Creed to retain the TNA X-Division Title
– On February 10, 2009, Beer Money Inc (James Storm & Robert Roode) defeated Eric Young & Petey Williams. Per the pre-match stipulation, as Williams was pinned, he was fired from TNA
– On March 21, 2009, Williams defeated Christopher Daniels in a Best of 3 Falls Match to win the vacant NKPWA Light Heavyweight Title
– In April 2009, Williams & Phil Atlas entered the AJPW Junior Tag League, but failed to make the finals
– In June 2009, Williams returned to ROH, losing to Austin Aries and Kenny King
– In August 2009, Williams returned to AJPW to compete in the Junior Heavyweight League, but finished equal last in his group
– In August 2010, Williams began competing for Lucha Libre USA
– On June 18, 2011, The Right (Williams & Jon Rekon) defeated The Latin Liberators (Rocky Romero & Super Nova) to win the vacant LLUSA Tag Team Titles
– On November 25, 2011, Williams defeated Colt Cabana & Necro Butcher in a 3-Way Match to win the vacant RPW King of the Night Life Title
– On January 21, 2012, Williams defeated Gavin Quinn & J Miller in a 3-Way Match to win the CLASH Title
– On February 25, 2012, Williams defeated Quinn to retain the CLASH Title
– On June 23, 2012, Williams defeated Cameron Skyy to retain the CLASH Title
– On August 25, 2012, Williams defeated Alex Shelley to retain the CLASH Title
– On September 29, 2012, Williams fought J Miller to a time-limit draw to retain the CLASH Title
– On October 20, 2012, Williams defeated The Blue Power Ranger to retain the CLASH Title
– At One Night Only: X-Travaganza ’13, Williams returned to TNA, teaming with Sonjay Dutt in a loss to Christopher Daniels & Kazarian
– At One Night Only: World X-Cup ’13, Williams was part of the unsuccessful Team International
– On March 28, 2013, Williams made his first appearance on Impact in over 5 years, defeating Mason Andrews & Sonjay Dutt in a 3-Way Match
– At House of Hardcore 2, Williams defeated Alex Reynolds & Tony Nese in a 3-Way Dance
– In July 2013, Williams left TNA once more
– On January 18, 2014, Williams & The Canadian Destroyer defeated CLASH Tag Team Champions Ded Vaughn & Elk by DQ
– On February 22, 2014, Williams defeated Gran Akuma, Gavin Quinn & N8 Mattson to win the UCW Lightweight Title
– On March 15, 2014, Williams & The Canadian Destroyer defeated Ded Vaughn & Elk to win the CLASH Tag Team Titles
– At One Night Only: X-Travaganza ’14, Williams made a one-night return to TNA, losing to Tigre Uno
– At House of Hardcore IV, Williams defeated Alex Reynolds & Tony Nese in a 3-Way Match
– On July 3, 2014, Williams announced his retirement from professional wrestling. He wrestled his final match two days later


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