Josh Alexander

Mar 4, 2019 - by Jamie Cruickshank

Real name: Joshua Lemay
Height: 6’1″
Weight: 227 lbs.
Date of birth: May 29, 1987
From: Bolton, Ontario, Canada
Pro debut: 2005
Trained by: Johnny Devine & Michael Elgin
Finishing move: TKO

Biography

– Lemay began his career in Ontario as ‘Jay Fenix’
– On August 13, 2006, Fenix & Steve Brown became NSW Tag Team Champions after Brown turned on his former partner, Adam Reed
– On September 9, Fenix & Brown defeated The Gym Rats (Alex York & Scotty O’Shea) to retain the NSW Tag Team Titles
– On March 2, 2007, Fenix defeated Michael Elgin to win the NSW Heavyweight Title, but immediately lost it to The Prodigy
– On June 17, Le Tigre (Fenix & Prodigy) defeated The Canadian Golden Boyz (Lance & Rusty Malibu) to win the PWA Tag Team Titles
– On July 21, Le Tigre defeated The Sugar Twins (Kris White & Zakk Atticus) by DQ to retain the PWA Tag Team Titles
– In August 2007, Lemay dropped the ‘Jay Fenix’ character, becoming known as ‘Josh Alexander’
– On September 28, Alexander, Rip Impact & Sebastian Suave defeated Josh Taylor, Mike Rollins & Kris White. Alexander pinned Taylor to win the NSW Cruiserweight Title
– On January 31, 2009, The Warriors (Alexander & Mike Rollins) defeated The Davis Brothers (Andrew & Bruno) to win the FSPW Tag Team Titles
– On April 19, The ProStars (Alexander & Tyler Tirva) defeated The House of Virtue (Andrew Davis & Sebastian Suave) to win the GCW Tag Team Titles
– On May 21, The ProStars defeated The Warriors of Pain (Otis Idol & Cody 45) to retain the GCW Tag Team Titles
– Two days later, The Warriors (Alexander & Mike Rollins) defeated Bruno Davis in a Handicap Street Fight to retain the FSPW Tag Team Titles
– On June 26, The ProStars defeated The Masked Serpents (Black Serpent & Kajida) to retain the GCW Tag Team Titles
– On November 27, 2010, Alexander & Rahim Ali won a 6-team Gauntlet Match to win the vacant C4 Tag Team Titles
– On June 12, 2011, Alexander defeated Michael Elgin, Justin Sane & Mike Rollins to win the A1 Alpha Male Title
– On August 21, Alexander defeated Scotty O’Shea in an I Quit Match to retain the A1 Alpha Male Title
– On October 23, Alexander defeated Michael Elgin to retain the A1 Alpha Male Title and win the A1 Zero Gravity Title
– On February 5, 2012, Alexander defeated Brodie Lee & Michael Elgin to retain the A1 Alpha Male and Zero Gravity Titles
– On March 11, Alexander defeated Mike Rollins to retain the A1 Alpha Male Title, before fighting Alessandro Del Bruno to a double countout to retain the A1 Zero Gravity Title
– On April 14, Alexander defeated Mike Rollins to retain the A1 Alpha Male Title, before defeating Steve Corino to win the UNION Heavyweight Title
– On April 22, Alexander defeated Cheech to retain the A1 Alpha Male and Zero Gravity Titles
– On June 10, Alexander defeated Cheech Hernandez & Mike Rollins in an Elimination Tables Match to retain the A1 Alpha Male Title, before defeating DH Smith & Tyson Dux to retain the A1 Zero Gravity Title
– On June 16, 2012, Alexander defeated Michael Elgin, Mike Baily, Stu Grayson, Tyson Dux & Scotty O’Shea in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, to capture the C4 Championship.
– On July 7, Alexander defeated Pepper Parks to retain the UNION Heavyweight Title
– The next day, Alexander defeated Justin Sane to retain the A1 Alpha Male Title
– On July 28, Alexander defeated Joey Kings to retain the A1 Alpha Male Title, before Ashley Sixx, Justin Sane, Timothy Krane & Johnny Wave in a Sudden Death Match to retain the A1 Zero Gravity Title
– The next day, Alexander defeated BJ Whitmer to retain the A1 Alpha Male Title
– On September 14, Alexander defeated Jagger Miles, Buxx Belmar & Alex Vega in a Scramble Match to retain the C4 Title
– On September 29, Alexander defeated Buxx Belmar to retain the C4 Title
– The next day, Alexander defeated Pepper Parks & Brent Banks to win the SCW Premier Title
– On October 7, Alexander defeated RJ City to retain the UNION Heavyweight Title
– On October 10, Alexander defeated Christopher Bishop in a Street Fight to retain the SCW Premier Title
– On October 21, Alexander defeated Michael Elgin to retain the A1 Zero Gravity Title
– On November 17, Alexander defeated Michael Elgin in a Best of 3 Falls Match to retain the SCW Premier Title
– A week later, Alexander defeated Stu Grayson in a No-DQ Match to retain the C4 Title
– On January 19, 2013, Alexander defeated Christopher Bishop & Lionel Knight to retain the C4 Title
– The next day, Alexander defeated Brent Banks to retain the SCW Premier Title
– On March 9, Alexander defeated Scotty O’Shea in a Ronin’s Rules Match to retain the C4 Title
– The next day, Alexander defeated Ethan Page in a No-DQ Match to retain the SCW Premier Title
– On April 20, Alexander defeated Fire Ant to retain the A1 Zero Gravity Title
– On September 1, The Monster Mafia (Alexander & Ethan Page) defeated The Young Bucks (Nick & Matt Jackson) to win the IWL Tag Team Titles
– Later that month, Alexander competed at ROH’s A New Dawn event
– On November 3, Alexander defeated Brent Banks to regain the SCW Premier Title, before defeating Colin Delaney to retain the UNION Heavyweight Title
– On August 24, 2014, The Monster Mafia (Alexander & Ethan Page) defeated The Goat Brigade (Shane Sabre & Kirk Warmack) to win the FPW Tag Team Titles
– On September 26, The Monster Mafia defeated The Goat Brigade to retain the FPW Tag Team Titles
– On February 2, 2015, Alexander defeated Ethan Page, Rickey Shane Page & Eddie Kingston to win the AIW Absolute Title
– On March 1, Alexander defeated EZE to win the DFC Title
– On March 20, Alexander defeated Dick Justice to retain the AIW Absolute Title
– On May 1, Alexander defeated Eddie Kingston & Samoa Joe to win the AAW Heavyweight Title
– During the 2015 PWG DDT4 Tournament, The Monster Mafia defeated The World’s Cutest Tag Team (Joey Ryan & Candice LeRae) to win the PWG Tag Team Titles, but lost them to The Beaver Boys (Alex Reynolds & John Silver) in the next round
– On May 23, Alexander defeated Ethan Page to retain the AIW Absolute Title
– On June 14, Alexander defeated Brian Myers to win the A1 Alpha Male Title
– On April 10, 2016, Alexander defeated Seleziya Sparx to retain the A1 Alpha Male Title
– On May 28, Alexander defeated Johnny Gargano, Billy Gunn, BJ Whitmer, Alex Daniels, Raymond Rowe & Colt Cabana to win the AIW JT Lightning Invitational
– On June 11, Alexander defeated Darin Dinero, Dezmond Xavier & Jonathan Gresham to win the IWC Super Indy Tournament and with it, the IWC Super Indy Title
– On August 20, Alexander defeated Jonathan Gresham to retain the IWC Super Indy Title
– On March 5, 2017, Virus (Alexander & Tyson Dux) defeated Gregory Iron & Rickey Shane Page and Young Money (Young Myles & Brent Banks) to win the A1 Tag Team Titles
– On May 14, Virus (Alexander & Gavin Quinn) defeated Big N’ Dirty (Brute VanSlyke & Rex Atkins) to retain the A1 Tag Team Titles
– On June 24, Alexander defeated Scotty O’Shea to win the vacant NSW Heavyweight Title
– On September 9, Alexander defeated Mark Wheeler to retain the NSW Heavyweight Title
– On December 16, Alexander defeated Steve Brown & Ryan Swift to retain the NSW Heavyweight Title
– On January 27, 2018, Alexander defeated Dylan Daniels, Holden Albright & TARIK to win the NLW Steel City Strong Style Tournament and with it, the vacant NLW Strong Style Title
– On February 4, Alexander defeated Brett Michael David to retain the NSW Heavyweight Title
– On March 11, Alexander defeated Ad Hutchinson to retain the NSW Heavyweight Title
– On May 27, Alexander defeated John Greed to retain the NSW Heavyweight Title
– On June 2, 2018, Alexander captured the CBPW (Cross Body Pro Wrestling Academy) Championship by defeating Psycho Mike in Kitchener, Ontario.
– Alexander made his Impact Wrestling debut at the Zero Fear event on June 3
– On July 14, Alexander defeated Alessandro Del Bruno to retain the CBPW Title
– At Impact and DWW’s Bad Intentions event, Alexander defeated Sami Callihan in a Cage Match
– On September 2, Alexander defeated JT Dunn, Gregory Iron & Kobe Durst to win the A1 King of Hearts Tournament and with it, the A1 Alpha Male Title
– On September 15, Alexander defeated Super Kamikaze to win the PWA Pure Violence Title
– The next day, Alexander defeated Brett Michael David to retain the A1 Alpha Male Title
– On September 29, Alexander defeated Jody Threat & Holden Albright to regain the CBPW Title
– On October 7, Alexander defeated Low Ki to win the Interim DWW Title
– On October 20, Alexander defeated Super Kamikaze to retain the PWA Pure Violence Title
– The next day, Alexander defeated DJ Z to retain the A1 Alpha Male Title
– On November 4, Alexander defeated Maxwell Jacob Friedman to retain the A1 Alpha Male Title
– On November 25, Alexander defeated Rich Swann to retain the Interim DWW Title
– On November 30, Alexander defeated Homicide, Jody Threat & Beautiful Beaa to retain the PWA Pure Violence Title
– The next day, Alexander defeated El Reverso to retain the PWA Pure Violence Title
– On January 20, 2019, Alexander defeated Pete Dunne to win the DWW Title
– Alexander defeated Matt Angel on January 25, 2019, to regain the C4 Championship.
– The next day, Alexander defeated El Reverso in a Last Man Standing Match to retain the PWA Pure Violence Title
– In February 2019, “The Walking Weapon” signed with Impact Wrestling.
– On February 23, Alexander defeated Simon Grimm to retain the DWW Title
– On March 9, Alexander defeated MacRae Martin to retain the C4 Title
– Later that month, Alexander & Ethan Page reunited in Impact Wrestling, teaming as ‘The North’
– On April 26, Alexander defeated Matt Angel & Kobe Durst to retain the C4 Title
– At Impact Rebellion, The North & Moose defeated The Rascalz (Dez, Trey & Wentz)
– At Impact/HOG Code Red, The North (Alexander & Ethan Page) defeated The Rascalz (Dez & Wentz)
– On May 12, Alexander defeated Maxwell Jacob Friedman to retain the DWW Title
– On May 24, Alexander defeated Tom Lawlor to retain the C4 Title
– The next day, Alexander defeated Eric Cairnie to win the PWA Elite Title
– Alexander defeated Jonathan Gresham & Anthony Greene to reach the final of the 2019 IWC Super Indy Tournament, but fell to Wardlow in the final
– On June 21, Alexander defeated Evil Uno, Sonny Kiss, Marko Estrada, Josh Briggs & Mike Bailey in an Elimination Match to retain the C4 Title
– The next day, Alexander defeated El Reverso to retain the PWA Elite Title
– At Impact’s Bash at the Brewery, The North (Alexander & Ethan Page) defeated The LAX (Ortiz & Santana) to win the Impact Tag Team Titles
– At Slammiversary XVII, The North defeated The LAX and The Rascalz (Dez & Wentz) to retain the Impact Tag Team Titles

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