Chris Bey

Feb 19, 2020 - by Jamie Cruickshank

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: Future Stars of Wrestling[
Finishing Move: The Art of Finesse


– Bey began his career in 2016 as ‘Chris Strong’
– By the end of 2017, Bey was competing under his real name
– Bey won the 2017 APW Young Lions Cup, defeating Jake Atlas, Nate Coy & Manny Faberino in the 4-Way final
– On January 27, 2018, Bey defeated Douglas James, Greg Romero, Funny Bone & Tomaste in a Ladder Match to win the FSW No Limits Title, but lost it immediately to Nick Bugatti
– On April 14, Bey defeated Killer Kross to win the Maverick Pro Title
– On May 5, Bey defeated Adam Brooks to retain the Maverick Pro Title
– On August 11, Bey defeated Stephen Wolf & Luchasaurus to retain the Maverick Pro Title
– On August 25, Bey defeated Mike Rayne to win the BOTW Title
– On September 9, Bey defeated Shane Strickland by DQ to retain the BOTW Title
– On December 14, Bey defeated Hammerstone to win the FSW Heavyweight Title
– On February 24, 2019, Double Platinum (Bey & Suede Thompson) defeated The RockNES Monsters (Johnny Yuma & Kevin Martenson) to win the UWN Tag Team Titles
– On May 11, Bey defeated Eli Drake, Brandon Cutler & JT Dunn to become the first (and only) Maverick Revolution Champion
– On June 23, Bey defeated Killer Kross in a No Holds Barred Match to retain the FSW Heavyweight Title
– On August 18, Bey defeated Jordie Taylor & Chase James to win the WAC Title
– Bey made a pair of appearances for Impact in September 2019
– On September 15, Bey defeated Facade to retain the Maverick Revolution Title
– On September 29, Bey defeated Rey Fenix & Douglas James to retain the FSW Heavyweight Title
– On November 30, Bey defeated Jorel Nelson to retain the WAC Title
– On February 18, 2020, it was announced that Bey had signed with Impact Wrestling
– At Rebellion 2020, Bey defeated Rohit Raju, Trey & Suicide
– At Slammiversary XVIII, Bey defeated Willie Mack to win the Impact X-Division Title
– On the following episode of Impact, Bey defeated Mack to retain the Impact X-Division Title
– In August 2021, Bey joined the Bullet Club
– At Victory Road 2021, Bullet Club (Bey & Hikuleo) defeated FinJuice (David Finlay & Juice Robinson)
– Bey debuted for New Japan via their US-based STRONG promotion in September 2021
– On November 27, Bey defeated Ice Williams in a Cage Match to win the FSW No Limits Title
– On May 27, 2022, Bey defeated Kenny King, Rich Swann & JT Dunn to win the REVOLVER Title, but lost it back to Dunn the next day
– On September 3, Bey defeated Marcus Lewis, Dave Dutra & Midas Kreed to win the vacant APW Junior Heavyweight Title
– On the Victory Road 2022 pre-show, Bullet Club (Bey, Juice Robinson & Ace Austin) defeated Jack Price, Jason Hotch & Shogun
– On October 23, Bey defeated Brian Cage & Hammerstone to win the vacant FSW Mecca Grand Title
– In November 2022, Bey travelled to Japan to compete in the Super Junior Tag League alongside Ace Austin

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