Alex Wright

Jan 8, 2010 - by Jamie Cruickshank


Real name: Alex Wright
Height: 6’4″
Weight: 225 lbs.
Date of birth: May 17, 1975
Hometown: Nuremberg, Germany
Resides: Atlanta, GA
Pro debut: 1991
Trained by: Steve Wright
Finishing move: STF


– During a 1994 WCW tour of Germany, officials offered Wright a spot due to a series of injuries that plagued the wrestlers on tour.
– Wright defeated Jean-Paul LeVeque (Triple H) at the 1994 Starrcade held in Nashville, TN.
– On January 26, 1995, Wright defeated “Beautiful” Bobby Eaton at the Clash of the Champions XXX in Las Vegas, NV.
– At Super Brawl V, Wright beat Paul Roma.
– During the summer of 1995, Wright finished third in New Japan’s Best of the Super Junior ’95. Wild Pegasus (Chris Benoit) finished first.
– Wright defeated the late Brian Pillman at the 1995 Great American Bash in Dayton, OH.
– Alex was voted Bravo Sport’s 1995 Rookie of the Year.
– Dean Malenko defeated Wright at the Clash of the Champions XXXII.
– Wright turned heel in May 1997.
– On July 28, 1997, Wright pinned Chris Jericho for the WCW Cruiserweight title in Charleston, WV.
– Wright defeated the Ultimo Dragon for the WCW Television title on August 21, 1997, at Clash of the Champions XXXV.
– At Halloween Havoc ’97, Wright was Queen Debra’s mystery opponent for her ex-husband Steve “Mongo” McMichael. Wright was victorious.
– For a short time, Wright was under the tutelage of Debra.
– In a match with Prince Iaukea in the fall of 1997, Wright suffered a head injury and was sidelined for several months.
– Alex and manager James Vandenburg sat ringside at Starrcade ’97.
– After a hiatus away from the ring, Wright returned to dance in a hilarious skit with the Nitro Girls.
– The Disco Inferno and Wright formed a tag team dubbed the Dancing Fools.
– Alex pinned David “Fit” Finlay at the 1998 Halloween Havoc in Las Vegas.
– On November 29, 1998, Wright defeated Scotty Riggs at the Brian Hildebrand Tribute show in Knoxville, Tennessee.
– Following a break to develop a new gimmick, Wright sat ringside at the April 19, 1999 episode of “Nitro” in his new Berlyn character.
– WCW took Beryln off television following the tragic shootings in Columbine believing Wright’s new gimmick was too gothic.
– Upon Beryln’s return, an interpreter and a bodyguard accompanied Wright.
– Berlyn defeated Hacksaw Jim Duggan with a reversed neck-breaker at the 1999 Fall Brawl in Winston-Salem, NC.
– Brad Armstrong upset Berlyn at the 1999 Halloween Havoc. After the match, Armstrong was destroyed by Berlyn’s then bodyguard The Wall.
– After a long absence from television, Wright returned on the September 27, 2000 episode of “Thunder” as the Disco Inferno’s partner.
– At the German PPV “Millennium Final,” Wright and General Rection (Hugh Morrus) defeated Mark Jindrak and Sean O’Haire for the WCW World Tag Team title.
– On May 31, 2003, Wright defeated Chris the Bambikiller in Uelzen, Germany.

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