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Wrestling By The Numbers: Brandon ‘Low Ki’ Silvestry‏



Brandon ‘Low Ki’ Silvestry who was a former 1-Time ROH Champion and the winner of WWE NXT Season 2 has announced his retirement from professional wrestling. The 34-year-old Brooklyn New York native had recently been touring with All Japan Pro Wrestling prior to being injured in the middle of September. Silvestry announced his retirement back on October 14th stating he was leaving the business due to his frustrations with AJPW not honoring his contract. He was injured while competing for the organization against wrestler Akebono and claims he has not been provided with agreed upon medical care.

Brandon Silvestry spent 15-years inside the squared circle after debuting back in 1998 after being trained by Homicide & Jim Kettner. Throughout his career Silvestry has competed under numerous names including Low Ki, Kaval, Kawal, Loki, Quick Kick and Senshi. In 1998 he started his career with Jersey All Pro Wrestling and was a regular for the company over his first 4-years in the business. The former 3-Time JAPW Champion competed occasionally for the organization up until his retirement announcement. Silvestry had his greatest success while competing for TNA Wrestling where he was a former 3-Time TNA Tag-Team Champion and 2-Time TNA X Division Champion. Competing as both Low Ki and Senshi he had 3-separate stints with the organization from 2002-2004, 2006-2008 and again briefly in 2011.

In 2008 Brandon Silvestry was signed to World Wrestling Entertainment and sent to Florida Championship Wrestling. He had previously worked as an enhancement talent for the WWE in 2001 and reappeared on WWE television in 2010 paired with diva’s Michelle McCool & Layla on Season 2 of WWE NXT. He won the developmental competition and later appeared on Smackdown prior to being released late in the year. Following his departure from the WWE he worked for both EVOLVE and Dragon Gate USA before joining AJPW. Silvestry has been a journeyman wrestler over the years competing for numerous promotions including New Japan Pro Wrestling, Pro Wrestling Zero-One, Pro Wrestling NOAH, Mexico’s AAA, Pro Wrestling Guerrilla among others. He was also one of the original founding fathers of Ring Of Honor Wrestling having competed for the organization throughout his career. He was the company’s first ever champion and was a main event talent for the organization when it first started promoting shows in early 2002.

Below we look at the televised professional wrestling career of Brandon ‘Low Ki’ Silvestry by the numbers…

World Wrestling Entertainment:

* 1 Match on WWE Pay-Per-View.

* 3 Matches on WWE Raw.

* 1 Main Event Match on WWE Raw.

* 11 Matches on WWE Smackdown.

* 2 Matches on WWE Superstars.

* 1 Main Event Match on WWE Superstars.

* 7 Matches on WWE Jakked.

* 4 Main Event Matches on WWE Jakked.

* 10 Matches on WWE NXT Wrestling.

* 4 Main Event Matches on WWE NXT Wrestling.

* 17 Matches on WWE Florida Champion Wrestling.

* 7 Main Event Matches on WWE Florida Championship Wrestling.

TNA Wrestling:

* 52 Matches on TNA Pay-Per-View.

* 11 Main Event Matches on TNA Pay-Per-View.

* 1 Match Managed on TNA Pay-Per-View.

* 24 Matches on TNA Impact Wrestling.

* 6 Main Event Matches on TNA Impact Wrestling.

* 16 Matches on TNA Xplosion.

* 14 Main Event Matches on TNA Xplosion.

Ring Of Honor Wrestling:

* 44 Matches on ROH Home Video Releases.

* 13 Main Event Matches on ROH Home Video Releases.

All Japan Pro Wrestling:

* 1 Match on AJPW Pay-Per-View.

* 2 Matches on AJPW Champion Carnival 2003.

* 1 Match on AJPW Royal Road Tournament 2013.

New Japan Pro Wrestling:

* 8 Matches on NJPW Pay-Per-View.

* 1 Match on NJPW Destruction 2007.

* 3 Matches on NJPW Circuit 2008 New Japan Generation.

* 2 Matches on NJPW Circuit 2008 New Japan Alive.

* 2 Matches on NJPW Fight For Existence.

* 3 Matches on NJPW Invasion Tour 2011.

* 20 Matches on NJPW 40th Anniversary Tour.

* 3 Main Event Matches on NJPW 40th Anniversary Tour.

* 1 Match on NJPW Yuji Nagata 20th Anniversary Show.

Pro Wrestling NOAH:

* 3 Matches on NOAH Navigation Over The Date Line 2004.

* 4 Matches on NOAH Navigation Against The Current 2004.

* 2 Matches on NOAH Navigation To Evolution 2005.

* 4 Matches on NOAH Navigation With Breeze 2005.

* 1 Match on NOAH Summer Navigation 2005.

* 3 Matches on NOAH Shiny Navigation 2005.

* 3 Matches on NOAH Winter Navigation 2005.

* 1 Main Event Match on NOAH Winter Navigation 2005.

* 2 Matches on NOAH Navigate To Evolution 2006.

* 2 Matches on NOAH Northern Navigation 2006.

* 1 Main Event Match on NOAH Northern Navigation 2006.

Pro Wrestling ZERO-ONE:

* 5 Matches on ZERO-ONE Pay-Per-View.

* 2 Matches on ZERO-ONE Genesis II 2002.

* 1 Match on ZERO-ONE Improvement II 2002.

* 1 Match on ZERO-ONE World 1Jr. 2002.

* 1 Match on ZERO-ONE Epicenter 2002.

* 1 Match on ZERO-ONE USA 3003.

* 1 Main Event Match on ZERO-ONE USA 3003.

* 2 Matches on ZERO-ONE Ghaffari Typhoon 2003.

* 2 Matches on ZERO-ONE Epicenter II 2003.

* 2 Matches on ZERO-ONE Spring Field 2003.

* 1 Match on ZERO-One 01 Division 2003.

* 2 Matches on ZERO-ONE 01 World.

* 1 Match on ZERO-ONE Summer Festival 2003.

* 1 Match on ZERO-ONE Evolution 2003.

* 2 Matches on ZERO-ONE USA 2004.

* 1 Main Event Match on ZERO-ONE USA 2004.

* 1 Match on ZERO-ONE Embers 2004.

* 1 Match on ZERO-ONE Sweep Away 2004.

* 2 Matches on ZERO-ONE Destructive Revolution 2004.

Inoki Genome Federation:

* 1 Match on IGF Pay-Per-View.

HUSTLE:

* 3 Matches on HUSTLE Pay-Per-View.

World Wrestling All-Stars:

* 1 Match on WWA Pay-Per-View.

Nu-Wrestling Evolution:

* 2 Matches on NWE Destiny.

Dragon Gate USA:

* 3 Matches on DGUSA Pay-Per-View.

* 1 Main Event Match on DGUSA Pay-Per-View.

EVOLVE:

* 4 Matches on EVOLVE Pay-Per-View.

Full Impact Pro:

* 1 Match on FIP Pay-Per-View.



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3 Responses

  1. Fisha695 says:

    He also wrestled several televised (albeit locally on the cable access channel) matches for WXW out of Allentown (now WXW C4 as the Samoans have moved the main WXW down to Florida) in the late 90s/early 2000s.

  2. What? says:

    Dang, dude’s been everywhere. Looking at the list I had heard of a fair amount of it but never seen it all assembled in one place. Nice body of work.

  3. Sinister Ki says:

    Gonna miss you Ki, we spent 2008 together here in Florida with Jake, and Kofi and Phil (CM Punk), Gonna miss ya man. Peace

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