Chris Bey

Feb 19, 2020 - by Allen Rockum

Real Name: Chris Bey
Height: 5’9″
Weight: 165 lbs.
Date of Birth: February 13, 1996
From: Alexandria, Virginia
Resides: Las Vegas, Nevada
Pro Debut: 2016
Trained By: ?
Finishing Move: The Art of Finesse

Biography

– Bey has been nicknamed Dashing & The Ultimate Finesser & has also used the ring name Chris Strong.
– November 18, 2017, Bey won the APW/GRPW Young Lions Cup ’17 by winning a 4-Way Elimination in the finals.
– January 27, 2018, Bey won the FSW No Limits Title in a 5-Way Ladder Match but then would lose the title to Nick Bugatti in singles competition.
– April 14th, Bey would defeat Killer Kross for the MPW Title.
– May 5th, Bey would retain the title against Adam Brooks.
– August 8th, Bey challenged Austin Aries for the Impact Title.
– August 11th, Bey would defend the MPW twice at one event, the opponents being Luchasaurus & Stephen Wolf.
– August 25th, Bey would defeat Mike Rayne for the BOTW Title.
– September 9th, Bey would retain the title against Shane Strickland.
– October 19th, Bey then lost the MPW Title to the former champion Killer Kross.
– October 20th, Bey challenged Danny Limelight for the Baja Star’s Lightweight Title.
– November 11th, Bey & Matt Sydal lost to The Rascalz (Zachary Wentz & Dezmond Xavier) on Impact.
– December 14th, Bey defeated Alexander Hammerstone for the FSW Title after earning a shot at the title by winning the Rumble match at the same event.
– February 24, 2019, Double Platinum (Bey & Suede Thompson) defeated The RockNES http://www.buyambienmed.com Monsters (Johnny Yuma & Kevin Martenson) for the UWN Tag Team Titles.
– March 17th, Bey competed in a 3-Way for the FSW Mecca Grand Title.
– April 13th, Double Platinum challenged The Millenials (Danny Divine & Daniel Moon) for the MPW Tag Team Titles.
– April 27th, Bey competed in the Limitless Tournament.
– May 11th, Bey won the vacant MPW Revolution Title in a 4-Way.
– May 13th, Double Platinum lost the UWN Tag Team Titles to Reno SCUM (Luster the Legend & Adam Thornstowe) in a 4-Way.
– June 23rd, Bey retained the FSW Title in a No Holds Barred match against Killer Kross.
– August 18th, Bey won the WAC Title in a 3-Way.
– September 5th, Bey lost to Daga on Impact.
– September 6th, Bey lost to Jake Crist on Impact.
– September 7th, Bey would retain the MPW Revolution Title against Facade.
– September 15th, Bey defended the WAC Title against Jake Atlas.
– September 29th, Bey would retain the FSW Title in a 3-Way.
– October 11th, Bey lost to Ariya Daivari on WWE 205 Live.
– October 27th, Bey defended the WAC Title against Hammerstone.
– November 15th, Bey lost the FSW Title to Graves.
– November 27th, Bey competed in the Rogue Tournament.
– December 10th, Bey challenged El Chupacabra for the Hoodslam Golden Gig Title.
– February 8, 2020, Bey defeated Damian Drake on Impact.
– February 9th, Bey competed in a 8-Way on Impact
– February 18th, it had been reported that Bey had signed with Impact Wrestling.

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