Anthony Bowens

Nov 19, 2020 - by Allen Rockum

Real Name: Anthony Bowens
Height: 5’10”
Weight: 205 lbs.
Date of Birth: December 18, 1990
Hometown: Nutley, New Jersey
Pro Debut: April 13, 2013
Trained By: Pat Buck & Dan Maff
Finishing Move: The End Complete


– Bowens played baseball for 11 years, including at Seton Hall University & Montclair State University.
– Bowens is openly gay.
– Bowens uses the nickname The 5-Tool Player & has also been known as Anthony Vigilante.
– April 12, 2014, Bowens defeated Marc Corino for the IWF Junior Heavyweight Title.
– November 22nd, The Untouchables (Bowens & AC Gamble) challenged The Reynolds Brothers (Alex & Kyle Reynolds) for the PWS Tag Team Titles.
– January 9, 2015, (The Alpha Males (Bowens & Damian Gibbs) challenged Brian Milonas & Scotty Slade for the CW Tag Team Titles.
– January 31st, Bowens competed in the PWS Royal Rumble.
– February 21st, Bowens defeated AC Gamble at PWS Refuse to Lose.
– May 23rd, Bowens competed in the PWS Double Trouble Royal Rumble.
– July 25th, Bowens competed for the PWS Suicidal Six Way Title.
– March 5, 2016, Bowens won the WrestlePro Three Five Rumble.
– April 30th, Bowens defeated Matt Macintosh for the WrestlePro Title.
– September 10th, Bowens lost the title to Bobby Wayward.
– November 30th, Bowens & Jonathan Ortagun lost to The Authors of Pain (Rezar & Akam) on WWE NXT. Bowens suffered a concussion during the match.
– January 21, 2017, Bowens challenged Drew Galloway for the WCPW World Title.
– February 11th, Bowens defeated Bobby Wayward for the WrestlePro Title.
– March 11th, Bowens would lose the title to Bobby Wayward in a Ladder match.
– July 14th, Bowens lost to Brandon Scott in the first round of the MCW Shane Shamrock Memorial Cup XVII.
– August 13th, Bowens challenged Alan Lee Travis for the LDN Capital Wrestling Title.
– December 9th, Bowens challenged Dan Maff for the WrestlePro Silver Title.
– January 20, 2018, Bowens competed in the XWA Xtreme Rumble.
– March 2, 2019, Bowens lost to Matt Travis in the finals of the CZW Trifecta Elimination ’19.
– September 28th, Bowens would defend the recently won BCP Franchise Title against Tessa Blanchard.
– October 12th, Bowens defeated Matt Macintosh to win the WrestlePro Dream 16.
– December 7th, Bowens would win a 4-Way Ladder match to win the WrestlePro Gold Title.
– January 4, 2020, Bowens retained the BCP Franchise Title against Jordynne Grace.
– February 21st, Bowens defended the title against Jet Knight.
– August 22nd, Bowens retained the WrestlePro Gold Title against LSG.
– September 25th, Bowens & Lee Johnson lost to Chaos Project (Serpentico & Luther) on AEW Dark.
– October 27th, Bowens & Max Caster lost to Best Friends (Chuck Taylor & Trent) on AEW Dark.
– November 3rd, Bowens & Max Caster defeated Angel Fashion & Aaron Solow on AEW Dark.
– November 3rd, it was announced that Bowens as well as Max Caster had signed with All Elite Wrestling (AEW). In which they formed the tag team The Acclaimed.
– November 10th, The Acclaimed defeated Justin Blax & Louie Valle on AEW Dark.

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