Kaleb with a K

Jun 4, 2017 - by Jamie Cruickshank

Real name: Mason Burnett
Height: 6’0″
Weight: 207 lbs
Date of birth: October 30, 1983
From: Charlotte, North Carolina
Pro debut: June 2006
Trained by: George South & Ikuto Hidaka
Finishing Move: Oh! Face

Biography

– Burnett began his career as ‘Black Pegasus’, though by the end of 2006, he was working as ‘Caleb Konley’
– On December 14, 2007, Konley defeated Stoney Hooker & Lee Valiant to win the PWI Ultra J Title
– On February 23, 2008, Konley defeated Hooker & The Kamakazi Kid to retain the PWI Ultra J Title
– On March 21, Konley again defeated Stoney Hooker to retain the PWI Ultra J Title
– On June 27, Konley & Brandon Phoenix defeated BJ Hancock & Brice Anthony to win the vacant PWS Tag Team Titles
– In September 2008, Konley & Phoenix defended the PWS Tag Team Titles against Team Macktion (TJ & Kirby Mack), The UnStable (Vin Gerard & STIGMA) and Joey Silvia & Marcellus King
– In January 2011, Konley debuted for Ring of Honor. He would compete infrequently for the promotion through the rest of the year
– In February 2011, Konley toured Japan with ZERO-1
– On May 7, Konley defeated Xsiris to win the PWI Ultra J Title
– Two weeks later, Konley defeated The Kamakazi Kid to retain the PWI Ultra J Title
– On June 25, Konley defeated Jason Blade to retain the PWI Ultra J Title
– On July 30, Konley defeated Adam Page to retain the PWI Ultra J Title
– On August 21, Konley & Cedric Alexander (competing as 7OH!4) defeated NWA-RPW Tag Team Champions Hot Like Lava (Cru Jones & Shaun Banks) by DQ
– 4 days later, Konley defeated Cedric Alexander & Jake Manning to retain the PWI Ultra J Title
– On September 23, Konley defeated Roderick Strong to retain the PWI Ultra J Title
– On October 28, The Scene (Konley & Scott Reed) defeated The Dark City Fight Club (Kory Chavis & Jon Davis) to win the FIP Tag Team Titles
– On December 9, Konley defeated Joey Janela to retain the PWI Ultra J Title
– In February 2012, Konley defended the PWI Ultra J Title against Corey Havoc and Eddie Edwards
– On March 9, Konley defeated John Skyler to retain the PWI Ultra J Title
– On July 6, Konley defeated Rhett Titus to win the PWX Title
– On August 18, Konley defeated Mike Bennett to retain the PWX Title
– On September 28, Konley defeated Corey Hollis to retain the PWX Title
– On October 5, Konley defeated Ric Converse to retain the PWX Title
– On February 23, 2013, Konley defeated Adam Cole in a Best of 3 Falls Match to regain the PWX Title
– On March 29, Konley fought Kevin Steen to a double-DQ to retain the PWX Title
– On April 27, Konley defeated Mark Briscoe to retain the PWX Title
– On May 26, Konley defeated Davey Richards to retain the PWX Title
– On June 29, Konley defeated Kevin Steen with Steve Corino as special guest referee to retain the PWX Title
– On July 20, Konley defeated Andrew Everett to retain the PWX Title
– In August 2013, Konley defended the PWX Title against Drew Myers & Chip Day
– On September 6, Konley defeated Matt Striker to retain the PWX Title
– On October 18, Konley defeated Corey Hollis to retain the PWX Title
– In November 2013, Konley defended the PWX Title against Tony Nese, Adam Page (twice), Cedric Alexander, Corey Hollis, Shane Helms, Sonjay Dutt & Steve Corino
– On January 18, 2014, Konley defeated Rich Swann to retain the PWX Title. He defended against Doc Gallows the next day
– On February 9, Konley defeated Cedric Alexander to win the WrestleForce Title
– On February 15, Konley defeated Alexander to retain the PWX Title
– The next day, Konley fought Matt Hardy to a no-contest, with Konley retaining the PWX Title and Hardy retaining the WrestleCade Title
– In March 2014, Konley defended the PWX Title against Chip Day, Shane Strickland & Jake Manning
– On April 19, Konley defeated Chase Brown to retain the PWX Title
– On May 24, Konley fought Cedric Alexander to a no-contest in a No-DQ Match to retain the PWX Title
– On July 5, Konley & Mikey O’Shea defeated The Amerikan Guns (Mike Santiago & Ethan HD) to win the WCWC Tag Team Titles, but lost them back again almost immediately
– On September 14, The Premier Athlete Brand (Konley & Tony Nese) defeated The Bravado Brothers (Harlem & Lancelot) and AR Fox & Rich Swann to win the DGUSA Open the United Gate Titles
– On October 4, Konley & Big Duke fought WCWC Tag Team Champions The Amerikan Guns (Mike Santiago & Ethan HD) to a no-contest
– In November 2014, The Premier Athlete Brand (Konley & Trent Barreta) defended the DGUSA Open the United Gate Titles against The Colony (Fire Ant & Silver Ant) and The Bravado Brothers (Harlem & Lancelot)
– On December 9, Konley defeated Mikey O’Shea to win the vacant PPW Title
– On February 28, 2015, Konley defeated Gangrel to win the WCWC Legacy Title
– On March 3, Konley defeated Jessy Sorensen to retain the PPW Title
– On April 4, Konley defended the WCWC Legacy Title against Duke Dalton (twice) and Gangrel
– In June 2015, Konley defended the WCWC Legacy Title against Gangrel (twice), Mikey O’Shea and Suede Thompson
– On July 3, Konley defeated Rich Swann to win the FIP World Title
– Two days later, Konley defeated Kenny Lush to retain the WCWC Legacy Title
– On July 11, Konley defeated Andrew Everett to retain the FIP World Title
– On August 7, Konley defeated Trevor Lee to retain the FIP World Title
– On October 23, Konley defeated Jody Kristofferson to retain the FIP World Title
– The next day, Konley defeated Corey Hollis & John Skyler to retain the FIP World Title
– On December 4, Konley defeated Gran Akuma to retain the FIP World Title
– On January 2, 2016, Konley defeated Gangrel to win the WCWC Pacific Northwest Title
– On February 6, Konley defeated Eric Right to retain the WCWC Pacific Northwest Title
– On April 2, Konley defeated Gary Jay, Jason Cade & Maxwell Chicago to retain the FIP World Title
– Later that month, Konley made two appearances on TNA Xplosion
– At Joker’s Wild ’17, Konley & Eddie Edwards defeated Andrew Everett & Marshe Rockett
– In March 2017, Konley began portraying the returning ‘Suicide’ character
– On February 25, 2018, Konley defeated Brandon Scott to win the AML Prestige Title
– On March 31, Konley defeated Jason Cade to retain the AML Prestige Title
– On April 29, Konley defeated Chris Payne to retain the AML Prestige Title
– On May 6, Konley defeated Mike Camden to win the WCWC Pacific Northwest Title
– On May 25, Konley defeated Zane Dawson to win the AML Title
– On July 7, Konley defeated Mike Camden to regain the WCWC Pacific Northwest Title
– On July 29, Konley defeated Matt Sydal to retain the AML Title
– On October 20, Konley won an 11-Man Scramble Match to win the PWR Scramble Title
– A week later, Konley defeated PCO to retain the AML Title
– On November 23, Konley defeated PJ Black to retain the AML Title
– The next day, Konley defeated Jason Kincaid, Marty Martinez, Psicosis, Mil Muertes & Luchasaurus in a Ladder Match to retain the AML Title
– On November 25, Konley defeated Chase Owens to retain the AML Title, but then lost it to George South
– On December 28, Konley defeated Ace Romero, Andy Dalton, Jake Manning, Madman Fulton & Kimber Lee to retain the PWR Scramble Title
– On January 19, 2019, Konley & Zane Riley defeated Lance Lude & Rob Killjoy to win the PWX Tag Team Titles
– The next day, Konley & Riley defeated John Skyler & Ethan Case to retain the PWX Tag Team Titles
– Konley left Impact Wrestling at the end of January 2019
– On February 16, Konley & Riley defeated JD Drake & Anthony Henry to retain the PWX Tag Team Titles
– On March 9, Konley defeated Arik Cannon, Darin Corbin, Jimmy Jacobs, Dave Crist & Stephen Wolf to retain the PWR Scramble Title
– On March 29, Konley defeated Randy Myers, Douglas James, HAPPYMAN & Kikutaro to retain the PWR Scramble Title
– On April 6, Konley won a 12-man Open Scramble Match to retain the PWR Scramble Title
– On April 20, Konley & Zane Riley defeated The Best Friends (Chuck Taylor & Trent) to retain the PWX Tag Team Titles
– In 2019, Konley joined the NWA

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