Aiden English

Jul 10, 2015 - by Jamie Cruickshank

Real name: Matt Rehwoldt
Height: 6’3
Weight: 215 lbs.
Date of birth: October 7, 1987
Hometown: Chicago, Illinois
Pro debut: 2011
Trained by: NXT
Finishing move: That’s A Wrap


– Rehwoldt began his career on the Chicago indies as ‘Matt Marquee’
– In January 2012, Rehwoldt signed a WWE development deal and was assigned to FCW under the name ‘Aiden English’
– On March 2, 2012, English made his FCW debut, teaming with Corey Graves in a loss to Kevin Hackman & Mike Dalton
– English continued competing for WWE developmental after the NXT rebrand
– On September 25, 2013, English debuted a gimmick where he sang on his way to the ring
– In April 2014, English formed a tag team with Simon Gotch known as ‘The Vaudevillains’. The duo debuted unique ‘silent movie star’ gimmicks
– On June 19, 2014, The Vaudevillains made their televised debut, defeating Angelo Dawkins & Travis Tyler
– In July 2014, The Vaudevillains entered the NXT Tag Team Contenders Tournament, losing to The Lucha Dragons (Kaliston & Sin Cara) in the final
– On September 25, 2014, The Vaudevillains won a 5-team Battle Royal to become number one contenders to the NXT Tag Team Titles
– At NXT Takeover R:Evolution, The Vaudevillains unsuccessfully challenged The Lucha Dragons for the NXT Tag Team Titles
– In December 2014, Rehwoldt and Shaul Guerrero announced their engagement
– At NXT Takeover: Unstoppable, The Vaudevillains defeated The Mechanics (Scott Dawson & Dash Wilder) in a dark match
– In May 2015, after an extended hiatus from TV, The Vaudevillains returned and defeated Jason Jordan & Marcus Louis
– On June 18, 2015, The Vaudevillains defeated Enzo Amore & Colin Cassady to become Number One Contenders to the NXT Tag Team Titles
– At Takeover: Brooklyn, The Vaudevillains defeated Blake & Murphy to win the NXT Tag Team Titles
– Following WrestleMania 32, vignettes indicated the upcoming main roster debut of The Vaudevillains
– The Vaudevillains debuted on the April 7, 2016 edition of Smackdown, defeating The Lucha Dragons (Kalisto & Sin Cara)
– The Vaudevillains entered the New Day’s number one contenders tournament, defeating Goldust & Fandango and The Usos (Jimmy & Jey) on their way to the final
– At Payback ’16, The Vaudevillains defeated Enzo & Cass after Enzo Amore suffered a legitimate severe concussion during the match
– In the 2016 WWE draft, The Vaudevillains were allocated to Smackdown
– Following the release of Simon Gotch, English returned to the singing gimmick he performed in NXT
– On the Battleground ’17 pre-show, English defeated Tye Dillinger

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