|Ring name(s)||Adam Dunn|
|Billed height||5'10" (1.78 m)|
|Billed weight||195 lb (88 kg)|
|Born|| January 14, 1989 (age 24)|
Cape Town, South Africa
|Resides||San Jose, California|
|Billed from||Cape Town, South Africa|
|Trained by||Steve Debbes|
Dunn was trained by Steve Debbes who is widely known by his ring name Tornado in South Africa. After spending not only most of his life in Cape Town but a majority of his wrestling career there, Dunn moved to the United States before signing a contract with World Elite Wrestling.
Dunn was born in Cape Town, South Africa to – Shannon and Marcus Dunn on January 14, 1989. He had fairly good childhood, he was a good student at school during his teen years. When Adam was a year old his mother broke up with his father who later moved back to the United States and soon after reconciled with his ex-wife. Adam and his mother remained in South Africa where he took an interest in surfing.
Professional wrestling career
World Elite Wrestling / WEW
On November 4, 2013, Dunn signed a two year contract with World Elite Wrestling where he'll work as a trainer, while also managing his girlfriend Bekz Northman in WEW's developmental territory TNT. On November 18, 2013, Dunn made his in-ring debut in the dark main event after Animosity where he teamed with his brother Chris and the reigning WEW Champion Chris McKenzie to defeat Dexter Black, Craig Anderson and Jake Gargano.
Dunn has two siblings – an older half-sister named Kylie who was briefly married to fellow wrestler Tyler Chandler and an older half-brother named Chris. Dunn currently resides in San Jose, California.
Dunn has been dating WEW diva Bekz Northman since 2011. Together they have a son, Adam Jr.
- Signature moves
- Asai DDT
- Belly to back wheelbarrow facebuster
- Brainbuster, sometimes onto the ring apron
- Discus clothesline
- Frankensteiner, sometimes inverted or preceded by a kip-up
- Handspring back elbow
- Hurricanrana driver
- Multiple arm drag variations
- Multiple kick variations
- Over-the-shoulder back-to-belly piledriver
- Springboard 450° splash
- Two punches followed by a shoot kick followed by a spinning backfist followed by a clothesline
- Vertical suplex lifted and dropped into a neckbreaker slam
- "The Flash"
- Entrance themes
- "Fear Nothing" by CFO$ (WEW; 2013–present)