Bryce Glacier (born Bryce Allen Glazier on November 21, 1977 in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada) is a wrestler currently employed by the Intense Championship Wrestling Federation, or ICWF.

Bryce Allen Glazier
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Ring Names Bryce Glacier
Height 5 feet, 11 inches
Weight 220 lbs.
Date of birth December 9, 1981
Place of birth Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
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Trainer "The Ripper" Rex Ripley
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Debut 2000, International Federation of Wrestling
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Pre-wrestling Life

Nothing really stands out about his child hood. His father did factory work, and his mother clerical work for a small business firm in Winnipeg. What should be noted is that Glacier has always been involved in athletic activities from a young age. His father always was involved in getting a young Bryce out into organized activities. Bryce has retold countless stories of what was his first really true love, ice hockey.

Bryce Glacier was a junior league hockey player Kingston Wheat Kings. He was a promising young defensemen, but at the age of 17, a freak accidental cuff to the leg by a poke check left his right knee almost destroyed. He recovered full, but his time away from the game took away from his development. When he was fully healed at 19, Bryce was seen as too old to get back to his old form.

Being led down the path of being a career athlete his entire life, Bryce was not left with many options. He tried out for the CFL, and played two games for his home town Winnipeg Blue Bombers before they cut him, saying he was to undersized to play at linebacker. Yet, Bryce was determined that his athletic prowess would serve him well.

Wrestling career

The Beginning

Fantasy Championship Wrestling (2004)

ICWF (2005-Present)

ICWF (2007-Current)

Entrance Themes

  • Silverchair - "Trash" (FCW)
  • Refused - "New Noise" (FCW)
  • Chore - "The Hitchhiker" (FCW/ICWF)
  • Snapcase - "A Synthesis of Classical Sounds" (FCW)
  • Sparta - "End Moraine" (ICWF)
  • Sunny Day Real Estate - "In Circles" (ICWF)
  • Cursive - "The Casualty" (ICWF)

Stables Past and Present

  • T.A.K.E. (Thrillin' and Killin' Enterprises) - stable dissolved

Past Associates

  • "Scarface" Tyler Durden
  • "Sadistic Insanity" Damian Payne
  • Adam Northstar
  • Hootie Blackdog
  • The Unforgiven (Phantom, Havoc, Nail)

Current Associates

  • None


Finishing Moves

Canada’s Finest: A Fisherman’s suplex rolled into a STF (submission, but can also be for a pin… somehow…

Signature Moves

Signature Move #1: The Cold Shoulder: A really hard shoulder tackle/check

Signature Move #2: End Moraine: An Emerald Fusion drop.

Glacier also uses several moves that have been popularized by other Canadian grapplers, like the sharpshooter and the Russian leg sweep.


  • ICWF Asian-Pacific Title (won a twenty-man battle royale, June 2005)


  • Glacier doesn't name his moves, instead opting fans or announcers name them for him
  • His signature move, the End Moraine, used to be known as the Cold Fusion in the IFW, FCW, and ICWF. (Similar name to the Emerald Fusion, the actual name of the move. It was changed to eleviate confusion from the ICWF stable of the same name.
  • Credit for the name of the Canada's Finest goes to commentator Barry Gates. He said he was largely influenced to call the move after seeing a commercial for Labatt Blue.
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