Real name: John Watson
Weight: 187 lbs.
Birthdate: June 4, 1972
Hometown: Buffalo, NY
Pro debut: 1994
Trained by: Sonny Blaze
Finishing move: Whipersnapper
– On May 13, 1994, Whipwreck pinned Pit Bull #1 (Gary Wolfe) for the ECW World Television title.
– Whipwreck and Cactus Jack (Mick Foley) captured the ECW World Tag Team title from the Public Enemy (Rocco Rock and Johnny Grunge) on August 27, 1994.
– On April 8, 1995, Whipwreck defeated Ron Simmons (Faarooq) via disqualification.
– At Hostile City Showdown ’95, Whipwreck pinned Stevie (Steven) Richards.
– In July 1995, Mikey beat the 500-pound Big Van Puccio, but in the process, suffered a separated shoulder in the process.
– Whipwreck defeated The Sandman at Wrestlepalooza ’95 in a “Singapore cane” match.
– Mikey Whipwreck and Public Enemy beat Sandman, Too Cold Scorpio, and New Jack in a “steel cage” match on September 16, 1995 when Whipwreck pinned the Sandman.
– On October 28, 1995, Whipwreck defeated in a ladder match the Sandman for the ECW title in Philadelphia, PA.
– At November 2 Remember ’95, Whipwreck successfully defended the ECW title against Steve Austin in under five minutes.
– Whipwreck beat 2 Cold Scorpio for his second ECW World Television title on December 29, 1995 in Queens, NY.
– On January 27, 1996, Whipwreck and Cactus Jack successfully defended the ECW Tag Team title against Shane Douglas and Tommy Dreamer.
– In 1996, Whipwreck captured the European Junior Heavyweight championship from the Dirt Bike Kid.
– Whipwreck defeated Louie Spicolli on August 9, 1997.
– At the 1997 November 2 Remember in Monaca, PA, Whipwreck pinned Justin Credible.
– Whipwreck signed with WCW in 1999, and made his debut at Uncensored in Louisville, KY in a match with Billy Kidman.
– Whipwreck’s stint in WCW was short lived, as he was released a short time later.
– Lou E. Dangerously brought back Whipwreck to ECW in October 1999.
– Whipwreck eventually came under the influence of the Sinister Minister (the former James Vandenburg from WCW).
– On August 25, 2000, Whipwreck and Tajiri won a one-night tournament to crown new ECW World Tag Team champions. The duo defeated Tommy Dreamer and Jerry Lynn and Simon Diamond and Swinger in a three-way match in the finals.
– At the Massacre on the 34th Street PPV in New York, Whipwreck and Tajiri defeated Super Crazy and his mystery partern, Kid Kash.
– On April 18, 2001, Whipwreck, with the Sinister Minister in his corner, defeated Scott D’Amore for the BCW Can-Am title in Windsor, Ontario, Canada.
– In June 2001, Whipwreck announced his pending retirement.
– On October 20, 2001, Whipwreck defeated Litte Guido in his “retirement” match at an USA Pro Wrestling event in New York.
– Whipwreck came out of retirement for ROH’s One Year Anniversary show and would begin wrestling a near-full schedule again thereafter
– On June 7, Whipwreck & Wayne won a four-team Gauntlet Match to win the NYWC Tag Team Titles
– On July 12, Whipwreck & Wayne defeated Spyder & Nuke to retain the NYWC Tag Team Titles
– At ROH Death Before Dishonor, Special K (Whipwreck, Hydro, Angel Dust & Dixie) defeated The Backseat Boyz (Trent Acid & Johnny Kashmere) and The SAT (Jose & Joel Maximo) in a Scramble Match
– On August 29, 2003 in Queens, NY, Whipwreck & Wayne defeated The Boogie Knights (Danny Drake & Mike Tobin) to capture the USA Pro Tag Team title.
– On September 26, Whipwreck & Wayne defeated Dan Barry & Johnny Ova to retain the USA Pro Tag Team Titles
– On November 29, Whipwreck & Wayne defeated The Dirty Rotten Scoundrelz (EC Negro & KC Blade) to retain the USA Pro Tag Team Titles
– On January 10, 2004, Whipwreck defeated Tyler Payne to win the NYWC Heavyweight Title
– On February 23, 2008, Whipwreck won a 10-Man Psycho Circus Match to win the vacant NYWC Heavyweight Title
– On March 29, Whipwreck defeated Tony Burma to retain the NYWC Heavyweight Title
– On August 2, Whipwreck defeated Tony Burma in a Dog Collar Match to retain the NYWC Heavyweight Title
– Whipwreck sat out most of 2009 and 2010 to rehab various injuries. He remained active in backstage roles with various promotions during this time
– Whipwreck returned to action for NYWC in August 2010
– On September 11, 2010, Whipwreck & Syther defeated Big Time Rush (Tony Burma & Ryan Rush) and Daemon Crowley & Stockade to win the NYWC Tag Team Titles
– On October 30, Whipwreck & Syther defeated Big Time Rush (Tony Burma & Ryan Rush) and The Order of the Black (Apollyon & Stockade) in an Anything Goes Match to retain the NYWC Tag Team Titles
– On November 27, Whipwreck & Syther defeated Rick Cataldo & Dickie Rodz to retain the NYWC Tag Team Titles
– On October 22, 2011, Dickie Rodz picked up an injury, so Whipwreck replaced him as NYWC Tag Team Champion alongside Rex Lawless
– On November 12, Whipwreck & Lawless defeated Royally Phat (Kenny Royal & DJ Phat Pat) to retain the NYWC Tag Team Titles
– On December 10, Whipwreck & Lawless defeated DJ Phat Pat in a Handicap Match to retain the NYWC Tag Team Titles
– On March 10, 2012, Whipwreck & Lawless defeated Braydon Knight & JT Kasin to retain the NYWC Tag Team Titles
– On April 21, Whipwreck & Lawless defeated DJ Phat Pat & Francis Kipland Stevens to retain the NYWC Tag Team Titles
– On July 19, Whipwreck & Lawless defeated Los Ben Dejos (Ben Dejo & Marty Con Dejo) to retain the NYWC Tag Team Titles
– On August 23, Whipwreck & Lawless defeated The Slophunters (John Silver & Alex Reynolds) to retain the NYWC Tag Team Titles
– On June 15, 2013, Whipwreck & Stockade defeated Bill Carr & Smith James in a Double Dog Collar Match to win the NYWC Tag Team Titles
– On October 19, Whipwreck & Stockade defeated Jesse Vane & Matthew Justice and Ryan Rush & Tony Burma in a Cage Match to regain the NYWC Tag Team Titles
– On June 28, 2014, Whipwreck defeated Mike Mondo in a Tables Match to win the NYWC Heavyweight Title
– On July 24, Whipwreck defeated Mondo to retain the NYWC Heavyweight Title
– In March 2015, Whipwreck announced his retirement from active competition, though has made occasional appearances since