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Wrestling By The Numbers: Crimson



TNA Wrestling has parted ways with former 1-Time TNA Tag-Team Champion Thomas ‘Crimson’ Mercer. The 28-year-old Cleveland Ohio native had spent the previous two and a half years with the organization after first being signed in December of 2010 after wrestling in multiple tryout matches. Mercer originally debuted in TNA as Little Red playing the role of The Amazing Red’s younger brother. Repackaged as Crimson in January, he was given a huge push by the organization that included a 470-day undefeated streak that was broken by James Storm at the 2012 Slammiversary pay-per-view. After his undefeated streak ended, Crimson was assigned to TNA’s developmental territory Ohio Valley Wrestling. In a year with the company he became a former 1-Time OVW Champion and 2-Time OVW Southern Tag-Team Champion and continued to make occasional appearances on TNA television. It was announced Crimson had been released by the organization on July 3rd.

Thomas Mercer is a 6-year professional wrestling veteran who first debuted in 2007 after having been trained by Harley Race and Jeff Daniels. Prior his training Mercer spent 5-years in the 101st Airborn Division of the United States Army serving in 2-tours of Iraq as apart of Operation Iraqi Freedom. He spent the first 3-years of his career competing for numerous independent organizations including Absolute Intense Wrestling, Showtime All-Star Wrestling and the United States Wrestling Organization.

Below we look at the televised professional wrestling career of Thomas ‘Crimson’ Mercer by the numbers…

TNA Wrestling:

* 15 Matches on TNA Pay-Per-View.

* 29 Matches on TNA Impact Wrestling.

* 4 Main Event Matches on TNA Impact Wrestling.

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