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'The Career Stopper'
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Real name Brian Michaels
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Height 6’2”
Weight 235Lbs.
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Place of birth Houston, Texas
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Resides Houston, Texas
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Trainer B.T. Wrestling Academy
Mayhem Wrestling Entertainment (May 2007 - present)
Supreme Federation Wrestling (Unknown)

UCW (Unknown)
Total Mayhem Wrestling (Unknown)

Handled by Ace
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Debut (Unknown)
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Brian Michaels (born July 22, 1978) is an American e-wrestler, he is currently signed to the Mayhem Wrestling Entertainment promotion but has also in the past competed in/ran a few promotions.

Early Career

Michaels was born to a family of four; was loud and outspoken and always tried to be the life of the party. That all changed when he broke up with his long-time girlfriend, Courtney Foght. Michaels then moved out and became rougher and much more aggressive, particularly getting involved in boxing and mixed martial arts but found a love in professional wrestling.

Total Mayhem Wrestling

Michaels struggled through many federations in his early years, never really finding a persona and never winning a place at the top of the card. So he created a new Promotion, Total Mayhem Wrestling (TMW). Michaels hired a creative staff to make sure that he wouldn't go through the same problems of backstage politics again. TMW was another short-lived success. Michaels tried to become an on-air character, but he was feeling too pressured, and he shortly left TMW.

Supreme Federation Wrestling

In 2007, Michaels was again in search of his own Federation. He looked to WrestleZone Forums to host it. He was then beaten out of the spot by Supreme Federation Wrestling (SFW). Michaels quickly grew distasted, but joined it anyway. Michaels teamed up with Downward Spiral and they were labelled as Sex & Violence. Michaels was Sex, and Spiral was Violence. They were one of the fastest-rising tag teams in the SFW Training Camp, until issues outside of the fed caused SFW to leave WrestleZone.

Mayhem Wrestling Entertainment

Almost fed up with the e-Federation life, Michaels signed with Mayhem Wrestling Entertainment for one more go. Michaels stated in several interviews that he's happy in his e-Fedding life and that rumors of retirement were all bull-s**t. Michaels was eliminated fourth in the Over-The-Top-Rope Battle Royal at Crowning Glory. He eliminated no-one and felt disappointed; Michaels was immediately recharged however when he heard of the United States Title Tournament. Michaels defeated Tom Hardy in the first round but lost to Aiden Copane in the second round. The following week, Michaels tagged up with Devlin Sharpe to fight the MWE World Heavyweight Champion David Whitman, and Evan Garner. Michaels and Sharpe prevailed after Michaels locked on the 'Career Ender'. This week, Brian Michaels will be fighting at Turmoil in the Main Event facing MWE World Heavyweight Champion David Whitman and Devlin Sharpe for the MWE World Championship.

Wrestling Facts

  • Finishing And Signature Moves

Brian Michaels

  • The Ace of Spades (Superkick)
  • Elbow from Hell (Diving Elbow off the top rope)
  • The Career Ender (Sharpshooter)
  • Snap Suplex
  • Moonsault
  • Flying Head Scissors
  • Reverse Hip Toss
  • Swinging Neckbreaker
  • German Suplex
  • Rolling Senton
  • Indian Deathlock
  • Tear Drop Suplex

  • Nicknames
    • The Career Stopper
    • The Heart-breaker
  • Entrance Music
  • "My Way" by Limp Bizkit