Stu Grayson

Dec 24, 2019 - by Jamie Cruickshank

Real Name: Marc Dionne
Height: 5’10”
Weight: 185 lbs.
Date of Birth: January 25, 1989
From: Victoriaville, Quebec, Canada
Pro Debut: September 2005
Trained By: Michael Von Payton & Crusher Kline
Finishing Move: B19

Biography

– In his early career, Dionne wrestled as Stupefied, primarily working for Quebec’s CPW promotion
– In January 2007, Stupefied and Player Uno worked as The Super Smash Brothers for the first time, competing in an IWS Tag Team Title Number One Contender’s Match
– On September 22, The Super Smash Brothers defeated 2.0 (Shane Matthews & Jagged) to win the IWS Tag Team Titles
– On November 3, The Super Smash Brothers defeated 2.0 in a Best of 3 Falls Match to retain the IWS Tag Team Titles
– On January 26, 2008, The Super Smash Brothers defeated The Untouchables (Dan Paysan & Jimmy Stone) and Up In Smoke (Cheech & Cloudy) to retain the IWS Tag Team Titles
– On February 16, The Super Smash Brothers defeated The Untouchables to retain the IWS Tag Team Titles
– The Super Smash Brothers debuted for ROH in November 2008, defeating Ninja Yellow & Ernie Osiris in a dark match prior to the Bound By Hate event
– On August 23, The Super Smash Brothers fought The Untouchables (Dan Paysan & Jimmy Stone) to a draw to retain the IWS Tag Team Titles
– On September 21, The Super Smash Brothers defeated Incoherence (Delirious & Hallowicked) to win the CHIKARA Campeonatos de Parejas Titles. In CHIKARA, Dionne would regularly work as Player Dos
– At Death Before Dishonor VII, The Super Smash Brothers defeated El Generico & Kevin Steen
– On August 16, 2009, Player Dos defeated Colin Delaney to win the CHIKARA Young Lions Cup
– On September 13, Player Dos defeated Player Uno to retain the CHIKARA Young Lions Cup
– On October 17, Player Dos defeated Frightmare to retain the CHIKARA Young Lions Cup
– On November 22, Player Dos defeated Lince Dorado to retain the CHIKARA Young Lions Cup
– On June 18, 2010, Stupefied defeated Kevin Steen, El Generico, Manabu Soya, Jimmy Jacobs & Player Uno in an Elimination Match to win the C4 Title
– On July 10, Stupefied defeated Jae Ruken to retain the C4 Title
– On September 25, Stupefied defeated Michael Elgin to retain the C4 Title
– On November 27, Stupefied defeated Tyson Dux to retain the C4 Title
– On January 15, 2011, Stupefied defeated Michael Elgin & Sonjay Dutt to retain the C4 Title
– On January 22, Stupefied defeated Michael Von Payton to retain the C4 Title
– On March 26, Stupefied defeated Kevin Steen to retain the C4 Title
– On June 17, Stupefied defeated Player Uno in a No-DQ Match to retain the C4 Title
– On August 12, Stupefied defeated Mike Bailey & Player Uno to retain the C4 Title
– On August 21, The Super Smash Brothers defeated Checkmate (Christopher Bishop & Lionel Knight) and The Convoy (Dan Magnum & Steve Brown) in an Elimination Match to win the vacant A1 Tag Team Titles
– On November 19, Stupefied defeated Player Uno to retain the C4 Title
– On December 2, The Super Smash Brothers defeated Marko Estrada & Michael Style in a Cage Match to win the NSPW Tag Team Titles
– On February 4, 2012, The Super Smash Brothers defeated The Spoilers (Carl Choquette & Pauly Platinum) to retain the NSPW Tag Team Titles
– On February 25, the now-renamed Stu Grayson defeated Sexxxy Eddy to retain the C4 Title
– On March 3, The Super Smash Brothers defeated TDT (Mathieu St-Jacques & Thomas Dubois) by DQ to retain the NSPW Tag Team Titles
– On March 10, Grayson defeated Jae Rukin, Brent B & Scotty O’Shea to retain the C4 Title
– The Super Smash Brothers won the 2012 PWG DDT4 Tournament, defeating 2 Husky Black Guys (El Generico & Willie Mack) in the final
– On April 22, Grayson defeated Mike Bailey to retain the C4 Title
– On May 12, Grayson defeated Josh Alexander to retain the C4 Title
– On May 19, Grayson defeated Steve Corino & Darkko to retain the C4 Title
– On May 25, The Super Smash Brothers defeated The Young Bucks (Nick & Matt Jackson) in a No-DQ Match to win the vacant PWG Tag Team Titles
– On June 23, The Super Smash Brothers defeated First Class (Kevin Graham & Mike Van Slyke) and The Briscoes (Mark & Jay) in an Elimination Match to win the 2CW Tag Team Titles
– On July 13, The Super Smash Brothers defeated First Class to retain the 2CW Tag Team Titles
– On July 21, The Super Smash Brothers defeated Future Shock (Adam Cole & Kyle O’Reilly) and The Young Bucks (Nick & Matt Jackson) to retain the PWG Tag Team Titles
– On August 3, The Super Smash Brothers defeated All Money Is Legal (K-Murda & K-Pusha) to retain the 2CW Tag Team Titles
– The next day, The Super Smash Brothers defeated First Class (Kevin Graham & Mike Van Slyke) to retain the 2CW Tag Team Titles
– On August 18, The Super Smash Brothers defeated The Clean And Mean Machine (Franky The Mobster & Twiggy) to retain the NSPW Tag Team Titles
– On September 14, The Super Smash Brothers defeated All Money Is Legal (K-Murda & K-Pusha) to retain the 2CW Tag Team Titles
– The next day, The Super Smash Brothers defeated Rich Swann & Sami Callihan to retain the 2CW Tag Team Titles
– On October 19, The Super Smash Brothers defeated The Killer Steves (Steve Kruz & Steve McKenzie) to retain the 2CW Tag Team Titles
– On November 16, The Super Smash Brothers defeated Rich Swann & Sami Callihan to retain the 2CW Tag Team Titles
– On December 1, The Super Smash Brothers defeated The RockNES Monsters (Johnny Goodtime & Johnny Yuma) to retain the PWG Tag Team Titles
– On May 10, 2015, The Super Smash Brothers defeated Gym Rats (Alessandro Del Bruno & Scotty O’Shea) to win the A1 Tag Team Titles
– On June 25, 2016, Grayson & Thomas Dubois defeated Cuts And Guts (John Greed & TARIK), Hot Sauce Entertainment (Tracy Williams & Tyson Dux) and Fight or Flight (Gabriel Fuerza & Vaughn Vertigo) to win the C4 Tag Team Titles
– On October 1, Grayson defeated Alex Silva, Ryan Rogan & Mathieu St-Jacques in an Elimination Match to win the vacant FLQ Heavyweight Title
– On November 6, The Super Smash Brothers defeated The Fraternity (Channing Decker & Trent Gibson) to win the vacant Royal Canadian Tag Team Titles
– On November 26, Grayson & Thomas Dubois defeated The American Destroyers (Mikey Webb & Donovan Dijak) and Franky The Mobster & The Space Monkey to retain the C4 Tag Team Titles
– On January 21, 2017, Grayson & Dubois defeated High n Mighty (Jonathan Rukin & Velvet Jones) to retain the C4 Tag Team Titles
– On January 29, The Super Smash Brothers defeated The Fraternity (Channing Decker & Trent Gibson) and Silent Loud (Freddie Mercurio & Qefka The Quiet) to retain the Royal Canadian Tag Team Titles
– On March 23, Grayson defeated Kevin Blanchard to retain the FLQ Heavyweight Title
– On August 27, The Super Smash Brothers defeated The Fraternity (Channing Decker & Trent Gibson) to regain the Royal Canadian Tag Team Titles
– On September 16, Grayson defeated Brent Banks to retain the FLQ Heavyweight Title
– On February 17, 2018, Grayson defeated TARIK to retain the FLQ Heavyweight Title
– On February 25, The Super Smash Brothers defeated Le Tabarnak de Team (Mathieu St-Jacques & Thomas Dubois), Sebastian Suave & Tarik and oVe (Dave & Jake Crist) to win the Smash F8tful Eight Tournament
– On May 26, The Super Smash Brothers defeated Clean Up Society (Joe Kovick & Michel Plante) to win the NSPW Tag Team Titles
– On June 9, Grayson defeated Brent Banks, TARIK & Kevin Blanchard to retain the FLQ Heavyweight Title
– On July 19, Grayson defeated Kevin Blanchard to retain the FLQ Heavyweight Title
– On September 1, Grayson fought Jean Frais to a no-contest to retain the FLQ Heavyweight Title
– On November 3, Grayson defeated James Stone to win the vacant QSE Canadian Openweight Title
– The Super Smash Brothers, now rebranded as The Dark Order, made their AEW debuts at Double Or Nothing 2019, attacking The Best Friends and The Hybrid2
– At Fight For The Fallen 2019, The Dark Order defeated A Boy And His Dinosaur (Jungle Boy & Luchasaurus) and The Hybrid2 (Jack Evans & Angelico)
– At All Out 2019, The Dark Order defeated Best Friends (Chuck Taylor & Trent)
– On September 27, Grayson defeated Tyson Dux in a Falls Count Anywhere Match to win the FLQ Heavyweight Title
– On November 15, Grayson defeated Evil Uno & The Beast King FTM to retain the FLQ Heavyweight Title
– On February 8, 2020, Grayson defeated Mike Rollins to retain the FLQ Heavyweight Title
– At the Revolution 2020 pre-show, The Dark Order defeated SCU (Frankie Kazarian & Scorpio Sky)

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