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Jesse Neal



Real name: Jesse Neal
Height: 6’0″
Weight: 220 lbs.
Date of birth: April 10, 1980
From: Orlando, FL
Pro debut: May 2007
Trained by: Team 3D
Finishing move: Spear

Biography

– In May 2007, Neal, a former member of the U.S. Military, began training and wrestling under Team 3D at their Academy of Professional Wrestling and Sports Entertainment, using the ring name Tribal.
– In early 2009, Neal signed with TNA
– On May 26, 2009, Neal made his TNA in-ring debut, losing to Matt Morgan
– On April 20, 2010, Neal (subbing for Hernandez) & Matt Morgan defeated Team 3D (Brother Ray & Brother Devon) to retain the TNA Tag Team Titles
– At Slammiversary VIII, Neal defeated Brother Ray
– In the summer of 2010, Neal began teaming with Shannon Moore under the name Ink Inc.
– On September 11, 2010, Neal defeated Sam Shaw to win the Vintage Heavyweight Title
– At Bound For Glory ’10, Ink Inc defeated Eric Young & Orlando Jordan
– On October 16, 2010, Neal defeated Eric Cooper to retain the Vintage Heavyweight Title
– On November 6, 2010, Neal defeated Simon Sez to retain the Vintage Heavyweight Title
– At Lockdown ’11, Ink Inc defeated Crimson & Scott Steiner, Eric Young & Orlando Jordan and The British Invasion (Douglas Williams & Magnus) in a 4-Way Match
– In December 2011, Neal left TNA
– On April 28, 2013, Neal defeated Chasyn Rance in a Hair vs Hair Match
– On July 21, 2013, Neal defeated QT Marshall to win the SCW Florida Heavyweight Title
– On September 22, 2013, Neal defeated Aaron Epic by DQ to retain the SCW Florida Heavyweight Title
– On October 20, 2013, Neal defeated Aaron Epic with Larry Zbyszko as special guest referee to retain the SCW Florida Heavyweight Title
– On April 12, 2014, Neal’s wife, Brittney Savage, gave birth to their first child. As a result, Neal has scaled back his wrestling bookings


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