Jake Something

Dec 23, 2019 - by Jamie Cruickshank

Real Name: Jacob Doyle
Height: 6’2”
Weight: 235 lbs.
Date of Birth: July 25, 1989
From: Saginaw, Michigan
Pro Debut: November 8, 2014
Trained By: ROH Dojo
Finishing Move: Black Hole Slam

Biography

– Doyle began his career as ‘Jacob Hollows’
– On July 10, 2010, The Hollowed Souls (Donnie & Jacob Hollows) defeated Pretty Nifty (Mr Nifty & Jack Verville) in a Cage Match to win the VIP Tag Team Titles
– On September 10, the now-renamed Pain Killers (Donnie & Jacob Hollows) defeated Pretty Nifty (Mr Nifty & Jack Verville) to retain the VIP Tag Team Titles
– On November 20, The Pain Killers defeated The RAAGE Dojo (American Kickboxer I & II) to regain the VIP Tag Team Titles, having lost them a month earlier
– On February 26, 2011, The Pain Killers defeated The Hybrids (Jason Lyte & Donovan Cain) to retain the VIP Tag Team Titles
– On October 6, 2012, The Pain Killers defeated Badd Company (Chris Hall & Sherman Tank) and Cody Hawk & Appollo Starr in a Falls Count Anywhere Match to win the WAR Tag Team Titles
– On October 13, 2013, Hollows defeated Caleb Stills, Dickie Bronson, Jaimy Coxx, Zach Gowen & Donnie Hollows to win the vacant XICW Light Heavyweight Title
– On May 17, 2014, The Pain Killers (Donnie & Jacob Hollows) defeated Hakim Zane & Dymond Kouture to win the UCW Tag Team Titles
– On May 31, The Pain Killers defeated The Scarbonis (Sonny & Vinnie) to win the XICW Tag Team Titles
– On July 5, The Pain Killers defeated The Scarbonis in a Cage Match to retain the XICW Tag Team Titles
– On July 13, The Pain Killers defeated The Deathwish (Jeff Brooks & Dickie Bronson) to retain the XICW Tag Team Titles
– On August 3, The Pain Killers defeated The Scarboni Brothers (Sonny & Vinnie) and The Fun Lovin’ Criminals (Jaimy Coxx & The DBA) to retain the XICW Tag Team Titles
– On September 14, The Pain Killers defeated The Scarboni Brothers (Sonny & Vinnie) and The Deathwish (Jeff Brooks & Dickie Bronson) to retain the XICW Tag Team Titles
– On October 25, The Pain Killers defeated The Hooligans (Devin & Mason Cutter) to win the vacant Infinity Pro Duos Titles
– On November 22, The Pain Killers defeated The Hooligans to retain the Infinity Pro Duos Titles
– On January 17, 2015, The Pain Killers defeated The Deathwish (Jeff Brooks & Dickie Bronson) and The Fraternity (Trent Gibson & Channing Decker) to regain the XICW Tag Team Titles
– On January 24, The Pain Killers defeated The Scarbonis (Sonny & Vinnie) to retain the Infinity Pro Duos Titles
– In early 2015, Jacob Hollows began competing as Jake Something in his singles appearances. He retained the Hollows name for the Pain Killers tag team
– On February 21, The Pain Killers (Jacob & Donnie Hollows) defeated Zero Gravity (Brett Gakiya & CJ Esparza) to retain the Infinity Pro Duos Titles
– On March 21, The Pain Killers defeated Malcolm Monroe III & The DBA to retain the XICW Tag Team Titles
– On July 26, Jake Something defeated Gavin Quinn, MK Ultra, Owen Travers, Aaron TI, Orlando Christopher & The DBA in an Elimination Match to win the XICW Malcolm Monroe Sr Memorial Cup
– On August 22, Something defeated Juice Jennings to win the WAR Title
– On September 26, The Pain Killers (Jacob & Donnie Hollows) defeated OI4K (Dave & Jake Crist) to win the Infinity Pro Tag Team Titles
– Donnie Hollows retired following a match in October 2015, leaving Jake Something to go solo
– On November 7, Something defeated Zakk Spadez to retain the WAR Title
– On December 5, Something defeated Jock Samson to retain the WAR Title
– On January 9, 2016, Something defeated Orlando Christopher to win the XICW Xtreme Intense Title
– On January 30, Something defeated Zakk Spadez in a Casket Match to retain the WAR Title
– On February 28, Something defeated Joe Coleman to retain the XICW Xtreme Intense Title
– On March 12, Something defeated Hakim Zane & Ethan Carter III to retain the XICW Xtreme Intense Title
– On August 6, Something defeated Zach Gowen to regain the XICW Xtreme Intense Title
– On September 11, Something defeated Jay Maynard & Matt Hagen Valentino to retain the XICW Xtreme Intense Title
– On October 8, Something defeated Carlito to retain the XICW Xtreme Intense Title
– On November 18, Something defeated Young Myles to win the Superkick’d King Of The 6ix Title
– On December 16, Something defeated Kris Chambers to retain the Superkick’d King Of The 6ix Title and win the Superkick’d Title
– On February 24, 2017, Something defeated Brent Banks to retain the Superkick’d Title. He was forced to give up the King Of The 6ix Title due to this victory
– On March 17, Something defeated TARIK to retain the Superkick’d Title
– On April 8, Something defeated Hakim Zane to retain the UCW Heavyweight Title
– On April 14, Something defeated Brent Banks & TARIK to retain the Superkick’d Title
– Something wrestled a pair of tapings for Impact later that month, competing as Jake Holmes
– On May 19, Something defeated Alessandro Del Bruno to retain the Superkick’d Title and win the Superkick’d King Of The 6ix Title
– On July 21, 2017, Something lost the Superkick’d Title to Anton Alexiev, but won it back almost immediately
– On October 15, Something defeated Myron Reed to win the Crown Of Glory Title
– On February 18, 2018, Something defeated Paco Gonzalez & Curt Stallion to retain the Crown Of Glory Title
– On March 3, Something & Phil Atlas defeated Aiden Prince & Brent Banks to win the vacant BCW Can-Am Tag Team Titles
– In April 2019, Something signed with Impact Wrestling and would be repackaged as Jake Deaner
– Deaner made his official Impact debut on the April 26 episode, teaming with his ‘cousin’ Cody to defeat Halal Beefcake (Idris Abraham & Joe Coleman)
– On May 11, Something defeated MJF to win the AAW Heritage Title
– On May 17, Something defeated San Andres to win the Superkick’d Title
– On May 31, Something defeated Jimmy Jacobs to retain the AAW Heritage Title
– On June 28, Something defeated Trey Miguel to retain the AAW Heritage Title
– On July 12, Something defeated Joey Avalon, Chuck Mambo & PACO to retain the AAW Heritage Title
– On August 30, Something defeated Clayton Gainz, Jake Atlas, Ace Austin & Willie Mack to retain the AAW Heritage Title
– On September 28, Something defeated David Starr to retain the AAW Heritage Title
– At Impact’s Throwback Throwdown event, The Deaners (wrestling as ‘The Hard Workers, Hall & Oates) defeated Fallah Bahh & D’Lo Brown (wrestling as ‘Xcessive Force, Plunder & Pummel’)
– On December 17, 2019, The Deaners (Jake & Cody) defeated The Dirty Vets (Markus Ryan & Notorious TID) to win the CW Tag Team Titles
– On August 22, 2020, Something defeated Calvin Tankman to win the BLP Heavyweight Title. He would defend it against Billie Starkz & Chris Masters in tapings later that same day
– On October 3, Something defeated Calvin Tankman to retain the BLP Heavyweight Title
– On October 11, Something defeated Warhorse to retain the BLP Heavyweight Title
– On the Bound For Glory 2020 pre-show, The Deaners (Jake & Cody) defeated The Rascalz (Dez & Wentz)
– The Deaners broke up at Final Resolution 2020, as Cody turned on his partner to join Eric Young’s Violent By Design stable
– At No Surrender 2021, Jake Something (now using the name in Impact) defeated Deaner
– At Hardcore Justice 2021, Jake Something defeated Brian Myers in a Blindfold Hardcore Match
– On May 22, 2021, Something defeated Myron Reed & Rohit Raju to win the vacant Crown Of Glory Title
– On September 2, Something & Stallion Rogers defeated InFAMy (Robin Steele & Joeasa) to win the AAW Tag Team Titles
– Over the new two days, Something defended the BLP Heavyweight Title against Effy & Stallion Rogers
– On October 1, Something & Stallion Rogers defeated Shane Mercer & Larry D to retain the AAW Tag Team Titles
– On October 30, Something & Dante Leon (replacing the injured Stallion Rogers) defeated The Second Gear Crew (Mance Warner & Matthew Justice) to retain the AAW Tag Team Titles
– At Impact’s Throwback Throwdown II event, Something (as Harry Hall) defeated Larry D (as Badlands Bart) in a Bullrope Match
– On the Hard To Kill 2022 pre-show, Something defeated Madman Fulton
– At No Surrender 2022, Something defeated Mike Bailey, Chris Bey & Ace Austin
– In March 2022, Something announced that he had left Impact Wrestling
– On March 26, Something defeated Kevin Blackwood to retain the BLP Heavyweight Title
– On September 1, Something defeated Mat Fitchett to win the AAW Heavyweight Title
– On October 14, Something defeated Ren Jones to retain the AAW Heavyweight Title
– The next day, Something defeated Dante Leon, Calvin Tankman, Silas Young, Zachary Wentz & Ren Jones to retain the AAW Heavyweight Title
– On November 25, Something defeated Gnarls Garvin to retain the AAW Heavyweight Title
– On December 16, Something defeated Jessie V to win the Superkick’d Title
– On December 30, Something defeated Mance Warner to retain the AAW Heavyweight Title
– On January 20, 2023, Something defeated TARIK to retain the Superkick’d Title
– On March 24, Something defeated Robert Anthony to retain the AAW Heavyweight Title
– On April 14, Something defeated Shane Hollister to retain the AAW Heavyweight Title
– On April 29, Something defeated Xavier Walker to win the RPW Heavyweight Title
– On May 6, Something defeated Fred Yehi to retain the AAW Heavyweight Title
– Something returned to Impact at Slammiversary 2023, competing in the Ultimate X Match
– On October 7, Something defeated Cody Deaner to win the BCW Heavyweight Title
– On Impact’s 2023 Thanksgiving Special, Something, Mike Bailey, Johnny Swinger & PCO defeated Jason Hotch, John Skyler, Champagne Singh & Jai Vidal
– On November 3, Something defeated Xavier Walker to retain the RPW Heavyweight Title
– At Final Resolution 2023, Something defeated Jason Hotch
– On December 17, Something defeated Camaro Jackson & Warhorse to win the Crown Of Glory Title
– At Hard To Kill 2024, Something, Rhino & PCO defeated Dirty Dango, Alpha Bravo & Oleg Prudius

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