Jessie Godderz

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Jessie Godderz
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Godderz in February 2012.
Birth name Jessie Godderz
Born (1986-04-23) April 23, 1986 (age 28)
Rudd, Iowa[1]
Resides Huntington Beach, California
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s) Jessie Godderz[1]
Jesse[2]
Billed height 5 ft 09 in (1.75 m)[3]
Billed weight 274 lb (124 kg)[3]
Billed from Hollywood, California[3]
Trained by Ohio Valley Wrestling
Team 3D Academy[4]
Debut March 26, 2010[1]
Website
http://www.mrpec-tacular.com/

Jessie Godderz (born April 23, 1986) also known as Mr. Pec-Tacular is an American professional wrestler currently signed with Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) where he is a former two-time TNA World Tag Team Champion with Robbie E as The BroMans. Also, Godderz trained in TNA's farm territory Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW), where he won the OVW Southern Tag Team Championship five times.

Early life[edit]

Godderz was born in Rudd, Iowa. When he was 19 years old, he worked as a conductor for the Union Pacific Railroad. He eventually became a professional bodybuilder with the World Natural Body Building Federation and currently resides in Huntington Beach, California.

Big Brother[edit]

Season 10[edit]

In Week 1, Jerry nominated him and Renny; then he won the Veto and took himself off the block. He was the HoH for Week 2 and nominated Steven and Dan. He was nominated with Angie by Keesha in Week 3 and survived the eviction. He was nominated yet again with Memphis by April, and was evicted by a 4-3 vote. On Day 60, he made an appearance in the house as part of a luxury competition, dressed as a gorilla.

Season 11[edit]

Godderz was given the opportunity to join the Big Brother 11 houseguests at the first head of household competition. His clique, the athletes, won the competition, so Godderz became the 13th houseguest of Big Brother 11.

As part of this seasons twist, Godderz was allowed access back into the House after his clique, the Athletes, won the first Head of Household competition. Despite not competing for the title, Jessie was automatically named the first Head of Household of the season. On Day 19, Godderz became the third Head of Household of the season, making him the first person this season to hold the tile of HoH twice. On Day 40, Jeff exercised the power of Coup d'État and named Jessie and Natalie the nominees up for eviction. He was then evicted on Day 40 by a vote of 3-2, finishing in ninth place and becoming the first member of the Jury. Despite his close friendship with Natalie in the House, he surprisingly voted for Jordan to win Big Brother 11.

Pandora's Box[edit]

Godderz returned briefly during Big Brother 12 after HOH Britney opened Pandora's Box offering free advice from a past houseguest. The twist was that the free advice was not gameplay advice but fitness advice and the past houseguest was revealed to be Godderz. The two then spent an hour locked inside Pandora's box while the other houseguests were given a luau party in the backyard. He then returned the next season on Big Brother 13 again with a Pandora's Box offering a shopping spree with Tori Spelling. However, Rachel, was locked inside Pandora's Box with Godderz for a shopping spree of "Mr. Pec-tacular" merchandise, while the rest of the house earned the shopping spree with Tori Spelling. Since she was locked in Pandora's Box, Rachel didn't get to meet Tori or get the free clothes. He made another appearance yet again on Big Brother 14 when HOH of the week, Ian opened Pandora's Box. Ian got to spend Christmas Day in Pandora's Box while the other houseguest had to see Godderz came into the house as Secret Santa and replacing all of the HouseGuests' junk food with healthier food.

His appearances made him the only HouseGuest to appear on Big Brother five years in a row.

Professional wrestling career[edit]

Total Nonstop Action Wrestling[edit]

Ohio Valley Wrestling (2011–2013)[edit]

In 2011, Godderz signed a contract with professional wrestling promotion Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) and was sent down to their developmental territory, Ohio Valley Wrestling for further training.[5][6][6][7]

On January 11, 2012 Godderz and Marcus Anthony defeated Johnny Spade and Shiloh Jonze to win the OVW Southern Tag Team Championships, they were later defeated just 7 days after winning the titles in a rematch with Spade and Jonze. On February 22, 2012 Godderz, Rob Terry and Rudy Switchblade defeated Jason Wayne and Shiloh Jonze in a handicap match to win the OVW Southern Tag Team Championship.[8] The team's reign ended on April 7, when Godderz and Rudy Switchblade, who was also recognized as part of the champions under "The Family Rule", were defeated by Anarquia and Raul LaMotta.[9] On April 11, 2012 Godderz and Switchblade defeated Anarquia and Raul LaMotta in a rematch for the OVW Southern Tag Team Championships. On June 20, 2012 OVW Board of Directors member Ken Wayne stripped the titles away from Godderz and Switchblade, after referee Chris Sharpe allowed them to cheat to win the titles causing the titles to be vacated. On July 7, 2012 Godderz and Rudy Switchblade defeated Paredyse and Brandon Espinosa in a ladder match to win the vacant OVW Southern Tag Team Championships for the fourth time. On December 1, 2012, Godderz and Switchblade were defeated by Alex Silva and Sam Shaw for the OVW Southern Tag Team Championship.[10] Rudy and Jessie went on to have a feud over who was the best member of the best team ever, on the April 6, 2013 Saturday Night Special event Switchblade defeated Jessie in a lumberjack match. On November 6, 2013, Godderz and Switchblade were defeated by Michael Hayes and Mohammad Ali Vaez in a best of three Series Match, he left OVW after TNA ended its two year relationship with the company.

Relationship with Tara (2012–2013)[edit]

On October 14, 2012, at Bound for Glory, Godderz made his TNA debut on the main roster as Tara's "Hollywood boyfriend".[11] Godderz, billed simply as "Jesse", made his in-ring debut on the November 1 episode of Impact Wrestling, defeating ODB in an intergender match, following interference from Tara.[2] On the November 8 episode of Impact, Jesse teamed up with Tara in a losing effort to ODB in an intergender handicap match. After the match they would attack ODB and humiliate her.[12] Jesse made his pay-per-view debut three days later at Turning Point, teaming with Tara in a losing effort to ODB and Eric Young.[13] On the following episode of Impact Wrestling, Jesse defeated Young in a singles match.[14] The following week, Jesse was pinned by Young in a three-way match, which also included Robbie E and forced Jesse to wear a turkey suit as part of the Thanksgiving theme.[15] Jesse main evented Impact Wrestling for the first time on December 13, losing to Bully Ray despite outside interference from Tara.[16] During the next two months, Jesse would interfere in Tara's matches, especially ones relating to her title.[17][18] After interfering in Tara's title match with Velvet Sky,[19] Sky would gain vengeance on the couple by teaming with James Storm on the January 31, 2013, episode of Impact Wrestling, and defeating them in a mix tag team match.[20] The following week, Jesse was defeated by Storm in a singles match.[21]

The BroMans (2013–present)[edit]

See also: The BroMans
Jessie with Robbie E (left) as the TNA World Tag Team Champions in April 2014.

Jesse started allying himself with Robbie E on the May 2 episode of Impact Wrestling, where they teamed with Joey Ryan in a handicap match against Rob Terry, which the team lost after Jesse and Robbie walked out on Ryan and left him to be pinned.[22] On the June 27 episode of Impact Wrestling, Jessie and Robbie, accompanied by Tara, confronted TNA World Tag Team Champions Gunner and James Storm and presented themselves as the Bro-Mans.[23] The following week, The Bro Mans were defeated by Gunner and Storm in a non-title match.[24] Jessie's relationship with Tara ended on July 16, when she was released from her TNA contract.[25][26] On October 27, during the Bound for Glory pre-show, accompanied by "Mr. Olympia" Phil Heath, the Bro-Mans won a four-way tag team gauntlet to become the number one contenders for the TNA World Tag Team Championship later in the night, where they defeated Gunner and James Storm for the titles.[27][28] The BroMans made their first televised title defense on the October 31 episode of Impact Wrestling, defeating Gunner and Storm in a rematch.[29] On the November 22, 2013, Thanksgiving edition of Impact Wrestling, The BroMans won the first ever tag team turkey bowl match defeating Dewey Barnes and Norv Fernum, in the process forcing them to wear the annual turkey suits. BroMans lost the titles against The Wolves in a house show on February 23, 2014.[30] They regained the title by defeating The Wolves and Team 246 (Kaz Hayashi and Shuji Kondo) at the Wrestle-1 Kaisen: Outbreak show in Tokyo, Japan on March 2. On April 26, At Sacrifice, The Bromans lost their titles to The Wolves in a 3 vs 2 handicap match with Zema Ion as their 3rd partner[31]

Filmography[edit]

Prior to Big Brother Godderz has appeared on various dating shows including MTV's Next and Exposed.

Year Title Role Note Awards
2005 Next Himself Dating show
2007 Exposed
2008 Big Brother 10 Reality TV show
2009 Big Brother 11
2009 The Early Show
2010 Big Brother 12
2011 Big Brother 13
2012 Big Brother 14

In wrestling[edit]

Championships and accomplishments[edit]

1During one reign as Champion Godderz defended the title with either Terry or Switchblade under The Family Rule.

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