Wrestling By The Numbers: Jesse ‘Jake Carter’ White
World Wrestling Entertainment has parted ways with developmental second generation wrestler Jesse ‘Jake Carter’ White. The 27-year-old Denver Colorado native was signed by the WWE 2-and a half years ago and was first assigned to Florida Championship Wrestling. He became a former 1-Time FCW Tag-Team Champion alongside partner Corey Graves. White had recently worked on NXT Wrestling and also competed during this year’s Wrestlemania Axxess 2013 events. He has spent 4-years in the professional wrestling business after debuting in 2009 following training by his real life father Vader and Harley Race.
Prior to signing with the WWE Jesse White competed in a limited number of matches mostly partnering with Vader in events held in Japan. White competed for All Japan Pro Wrestling, Pro Wrestling ZERO1, Apache Pro and others. Before entering the squared circle in 2005, White briefly played football for the University Of Oklahoma before back and hip injuries ended his college career. He remained involved as a student coach with the team while finishing his studies.
Below we look at the televised professional wrestling career of Jesse ‘Jake Carter’ White by the numbers…
World Wrestling Entertainment:
* 7 Matches on WWE NXT Wrestling.
* 6 Matches on Florida Championship Wrestling Television.
* 1 Main Event Match on Florida Championship Wrestling Television.
All Japan Pro Wrestling:
* 1 Match on AJPW Pay-Per-View.
Pro Wrestling ZERO1:
* 1 Match on ZERO1 Yasukuni Shrine Festival.