Thomas Latimer

May 9, 2014 - by Jamie Cruickshank

photo credit: Impact Wrestling

Real name: Thomas Raymond Latimer
Height: 6’3″
Weight: 214 lbs.
Date of birth: August 6, 1986
Born: Chesterfield, England
Pro debut: 2003
Trained by: Jeff Kaye
Finishing move: Velvet Noise

Biography

– In his early career, Latimer competed as Brandon T
– On November 21, 2005, Brandon T made an appearance on WWE Heat, teaming with Chris Chaos in a loss to Snitsky & Tyson Tomko
– Between 2007 and 2010, Latimer (as Brandon T) worked primarily for the UK’s ASW promotion
– In late 2010, Latimer signed a WWE development deal
– On January 20, 2011, Latimer (now as Kenneth Cameron) made his FCW debut, teaming with Monty Lynch in a loss to Damien Sandow & Titus O’Neill
– On August 28, 2011, Cameron was unveiled as a member of The Ascension. As part of the stable, he regularly teamed with Conor O’Brian
– In February 2012, Cameron made several losing appearances on Raw house shows
– The Ascension featured on the first NXT show, defeating CJ Parker & Mike Dalton
– On November 30, 2012, Latimer was released from his WWE contract following a charge of ‘battery of a law enforcement officer’
– Following his WWE release, Latimer returned to the indies, competing both as Kenneth Cameron and Kenneth The Great
– On April 20, 2013, Cameron was defeated by CJ O’Doyle in a match for the vacant WXW Television Title
– On April 11, 2014, Latimer competed in a TNA dark match
– Latimer (as Bram) made his debut on the May 1, 2014 episode of Impact in a backstage segment
– At Victory Road ’14, Bram defeated Davey Richards
– At Turning Point ’14, Bram defeated Abyss in a Monster’s Ball Match
– At One Night Only: Rivals, Bram defeated Gunner
– At One Night Only: Hardcore Justice 4, Bram defeated Tommy Dreamer in a Cage Match
– At One Night Only: TNA vs. The World, Bram defeated Eddie Edwards
– At One Night Only: Joker’s Wild 3, Bram & Eric Young defeated Tommy Dreamer & Magnus
– At One Night Only: TNA Classic, Bram defeated Sonjay Dutt, Austin Aries & Rockstar Spud to reach the final of the tournament, but lost to Gunner
– In June 2015, Bram began calling out past TNA superstars, claiming that he would ‘re-write history’. Over the next few weeks, he defeated Matt Morgan, Joseph Park & Crimson aswell as losing to Vader by DQ
– At Slammiversary ’15, Bram defeated Matt Morgan
– Bram was drawn into the ‘UK Group’ in the TNA World Title Series. He placed second in his group and moved on to the knockout phase
– On July 29, 2015, Bram was part of Team TNA as they defeated Team GFW in a Lethal Lockdown Match to return control of the company to Dixie Carter
– On August 30, 2015, Latimer was arrested for domestic assault. The charges were eventually dropped
– At Joker’s Wild ’16, Bram & Eric Young defeated DJ Z & Trevor Lee
– At Sacrifice ’16, Bram defeated Eric Young in a Falls Count Anywhere Match to win the TNA King of the Mountain Title
– On April 9, Bram defeated Bruce Santee to retain the TNA King of the Mountain Title
– On April 21, Bram defeated Andrew Everett, Eddie Edwards, Eli Drake & Jessie Godderz in a King of the Mountain Match to retain the TNA King of the Mountain Title
– At One Night Only: World Cup ’16, Bram defeated Crazzy Steve
– In late-2016, Bram joined the DCC stable
– On October 30, Bram defeated Eddie Ryan, Chris Andrews, Doug Williams, James Baker & John Harding in a Hardcore Elimination Match to win the PWP Heavyweight Title
– At One Night Only: December ’16, Bram fought Moose to a double-countout
– At One Night Only: Live ’17, Bram defeated Robbie E
– At Joker’s Wild ’17, The DCC (Bram & Kingston) defeated Mahabali Shera & Robbie E
– In November 2017, Impact Wrestling released Bram
– On August 26, 2018, Bram fought ICW World Champion DCT to a no-contest
– On October 27, Bram & Sheikh El Sham defeated The Kinky Party (Sha Samuels & Jack Jester) to win the PCW Tag Team Titles
– On November 30, Bram & El Sham defeated Sugar Dunkerton & Tyson T-Bone to retain the PCW Tag Team Titles
– In April 2019, Latimer began working for the NWA, forming a tag team with Royce Isaacs
– On September 7, 2019, Latimer & Isaacs defeated Villain Enterprises (Brody King & PCO) to win the NWA Tag Team Titles
– On the October 15 episode of Powerrr, Latimer & Isaacs (now known as The Wild Cards) fought Outlaw Inc (Eddie Kingston & Homicide) to a no contest to retain the NWA Tag Team Titles
– On October 26, The Wild Cards defeated The Flip Bros (Angel Dorado & Air Wolf) to retain the NWA Tag Team Titles
– At NWA Alwayz Ready, Latimer defeated Cyon
– At NWA’s 74th Anniversary Show, Latimer fought EC3 to a no-contest
– At NWA Nuff Said, Latimer defeated Fodder in a Singapore Cane Match
– On the following episode of Powerrr, Latimer defeated Jordan Clearwater to win the NWA Television Title
– On February 15, 2023, Latimer defeated Dread King Logan to win the IWR World Title
– On February 25, Latimer defeated Garrison Creed to retain the NWA Television Title
– On the March 14 episode of Powerrr, Latimer defeated Rhett Titus to retain the NWA Television Title
– In April 2023, Latimer defended the NWA Television Title against EC3 and Fodder
– On May 4, Latimer defeated Madman Fulton to retain the IWR Heavyweight Title
– On June 15, Latimer defeated Big Kon to retain the IWR Heavyweight Title
– On July 8, Latimer defeated Jay Bradley to retain the NWA Television Title
– The next day, Latimer defeated Mario Pardua to retain the NWA Television Title
– On July 19, Latimer defeated Noah Kekoa to retain the NWA Television Title
– On July 28, Latimer defeated BOW to win the vacant WAW British Commonwealth Title
– On August 2, Latimer defeated DBA to retain the IWR Heavyweight Title
– On August 12, Latimer defeated Dante Casanova to retain the NWA Television Title
– At NWA 75, Latimer defeated Chris Adonis to retain the NWA Television Title
– In September 2023, Latimer relinquished the NWA Television Title to earn an ultimately unsuccessful shot at the NWA World Title
– At Hard Times 2024, Latimer defeated Blake Troop, Burchill & Zyon to win the vacant NWA National Title

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