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Jon Kelton
An image of the Jon Kelton.
Birth name Jonathan St. Patrick
Born October 3, 1992 (age 28)
Resides Dallas, Texas
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s) Jon Kelton
Billed height 6 ft. 1 in. ( 1.85 m )
Billed weight 210 lbs (95 kg)
Billed from Dallas, Texas
Trained by N/A
Debut September 2009

Jonathan St. Patrick (born October 3, 1992) is a Canadian Professional Wrestler currently signed to Elite Answers Wrestling , where he performs for the Showdown brand under the ring name Jon Kelton. Kelton is a former one-time Interwire Champion, Alternative X Champion and former 24/7 contract holder.


Early Life

Not much is known about Jon Kelton’s parents or their names, but from what he’s said, we can speculate that he comes from a wealthy Canadian background. From a young age, Kelton was enamored and involved with sports and all forms of combat, becoming efficient in boxing and wrestling at ages 7 & 9 respectfully, before going on to learn more challenging forms of combat such as Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, even earning his Black Belt in the form at just 16 years of age. Adjust the tender age of 17 years old Jon Kelton had already had his feet emerged in the waters of EAW.

Professional Wrestling Career

Extreme/Elite Answers Wrestling (2009-2013)

Dynasty Debut

Kelton made his EAW Debut for the Dynasty brand on September 6th, 2009 in a losing effort, but quickly bounced back, the following week scoring a decisive victory over fellow newcomer Justin Windgate. The month of October would look to bring fortune to Jon Kelton after he would spend the following weeks trading wins with CB Cool before the pairing won the EAW Interwire Championship, holding onto the belt for just eight days before selling the championship to James Johnson, thus making Jon Kelton the youngest Interwire Champion in history, at just 18 years old. The selling of the Championship caused a shift in the partnership of Jon Kelton and CB Cool, which culminated in the two elitists, battling it out once and for all in a ‘Betta Than You’ Match, that saw Jon Kelton tap out.

Transition to Showdown

Shortly after losing to CB Cool, Jon Kelton wasn’t on TV Much, as he was silently acquired from Dynasty to Showdown.

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