Sylvester Terkay

Dec 3, 2009 - by Jamie Cruickshank


Real name: Sylvester Terkay
Height: 6’6″
Weight: 305 lbs.
Date of birth: December 4, 1970
From: Washington, PA
Pro debut: 2000
Trained by: UPW
Finishing move: Reverse Chokeslam Facebuster


– Terkay won the 1993 NCAA championship at North Carolina State.
– In February 1999, Terkay won a battle royal in Mission Viejo, CA to become the first UPW (Ultimate Pro Wrestling) champion.
– After training with Rick Bassman with UPW, Terkay signed a WWF developmental deal, and assigned to Ohio Valley Wrestling.
– After being released by the WWF, Terkay returned to UPW.
– In 2001, Terkay joined the Zero-One promotion in Japan. In Japan, Terkay became the Predator.
– On December 15, 2002 in Tokyo, the Predator pinned Nathan Jones in a “steel cage” match.
– The Predator and John Heidenreich defeated Kintaro Kanemura and Shin’ya Hashimoto on May 29, 2003 in Tokyo.
– On July 4, 2003, the Predator defeated Steve Corino for the Zero-One U.S. title.
– On October 13, 2003 in Fukuoka, Japan, the Predator defeated Mike Knox to regain the Zero-One U.S. title.
– Predator punched out Mauiricio DaSliva in thirteen seconds on New Year’s Eve ’03 in a MMA match.
– On March 7, 2004, the Predator defeated Dan Bobish in Yokohama, Japan.
– In May 2006, Terkay resigned with World Wrestling Entertainment.
– Terkay debuted with Elijah Burke on the July 28, 2006 edition of “Smackdown.”
– Terkay and Burke were both moved to the ECW roster in October 2006.
– At ECW’s December to Dismember, Terkay and Burke defeated The FBI (Little Guido and Tony Mamaluke).
– On January 18, 2007, WWE released Terkay for a second time.
– In the 2013 film “Pro Wrestlers vs Zombies,” Terkay makes a cameo appearance as a zombie wrestler who fights Kurt Angle.

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