Paul London

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Paul London
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Ring name(s) El Gran Luchadore[1][2]
Paul London[3]
Billed height 5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)[3]
Billed weight 180 lb (82 kg)[3]
Born (1980-04-16) April 16, 1980 (age 34)[5]
Austin, Texas[6]
Resides Sherman Oaks, Los Angeles, California[7]
Billed from Austin, Texas[3]
Trained by Texas Wrestling Academy[8]
Dory Funk, Jr.[5]
Ivan Putski[2]
Christopher Daniels[9]
Debut 2000[6]

Paul Michael London[10] (born April 16, 1980) is an American professional wrestler. London is well known for his time with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). After being trained at the Texas Wrestling Academy, London began competing for Ring of Honor where his high risk offensive moves made him a fan favorite. He later competed for Total Nonstop Action Wrestling, Pro Wrestling Zero-One, and various independent promotions, winning numerous championships and won the ECWA Super 8 Tournament in 2003.

London made his debut in WWE in late 2003 and immediately began teaming with fellow cruiserweight Billy Kidman. After Kidman retired from active competition, London formed a tag team with Brian Kendrick, with whom he won the WWE Tag Team Championship. After their split, London began competing in the cruiserweight division and won the WWE Cruiserweight Championship. In late 2006, Kendrick returned and the two reformed as a team. London and Kendrick were managed by Ashley Massaro. London and Kendrick won the WWE Tag Team Championship, becoming the longest reigning WWE Tag Team Champions since the title's creation and the World Tag Team Championship.[3] The team split when Kendrick was drafted to the SmackDown brand in June 2008 and London was released later that year. In 2009, he returned to the independent circuit, competing for Pro Wrestling Guerrilla, where he is one half of the former PWG World Tag Team Champions with partner El Generico under the team name ¡Peligro Abejas!.

In WWE, London is a former one-time WWE Cruiserweight Champion, one-time World Tag Team Champion, and two-time WWE Tag Team Champion. During his second reign as WWE Tag Team Champion, London and his partner, Brian Kendrick, became the longest reigning WWE Tag Team Champions since the title's creation. Overall he is a former 4 time World Tag Team Champion with the 3 title reigns in World Wrestling Entertainment and 1 title reign in Pro Wrestling Guerrilla.

Professional wrestling career[edit]

Early career[edit]

After graduating from high school, London trained at several wrestling schools, some which never even had a wrestling ring in West Memphis, Arkansas and a school run by Ivan Putski in North Austin, Texas.[6] He met the head trainer of the Texas Wrestling Academy, Rudy Gonzales, and enrolled in his school for further training. He made his debut on the independent circuit on April 7, 2000, and went on to compete for independent promotions in Texas. In August 2000, London attended Southwest Texas State University where he studied theater.

Ring of Honor (2002–2003, 2013)[edit]

He made his debut in Ring of Honor (ROH) on March 30, 2002 in a match against Chris Marvel.[11] He began a lengthy feud with Michael Shane during a tag team match for ROH contracts on July 27, 2002. During the bout, both Shane and London made simultaneous pinfalls on their opponent's partners. The referee only counted for Shane, giving his team the victory, which led to London and Shane brawling.[12] The two continued to feud over the next several months in matches such as Street Fights (where the crowd chanted "please don't die" due to London's high risk offense), a Triple Threat match and a Gauntlet match.[13][14][15]

On December 7, 2002, London won a tournament to capture the ROH Number One Contender's Trophy, guaranteeing a match for the ROH Championship.[16] He lost the match three weeks later to then-champion Xavier.[17] On February 8, 2003, London competed in a Triple Threat match for the Number One Contender's Trophy, pinning A.J. Styles for the win.[18] After the match, Xavier informed London that he would compete for the title immediately.[18] London again lost to the champion.[18] London's final match in ROH was for the title against Samoa Joe on July 19, 2003, in which he lost.[5][19]

On May 4, 2013, London made his first appearance for ROH in a decade, facing Davey Richards in a losing effort at Border Wars 2013.[20] London suffered a concussion during the match and was as a result forced to pull out of the following day's tapings of Ring of Honor Wrestling.[21] London returned to ROH on August 3, losing to Michael Elgin in the first round of a tournament for the ROH World Championship.[22] London returned once again at Glory By Honor XII to defeat Roderick Strong.

Other promotions[edit]

During his time in ROH, London made brief appearances in Japanese promotion Pro Wrestling Zero-One (Zero1) and Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA). London competed in Zero1 for several months on a match-by-match basis, beginning in January 2003, before turning down a contract.[6] London was contacted by TNA after ROH's one-year anniversary show, and told that they were interested in him doing some matches on a try-out basis.[23] On February 12, 2003 he made his TNA debut in a Gauntlet match against Jerry Lynn, which he lost.[24][25] London competed mainly in the company's X Division, even earning shots at the NWA TNA X Division Championship.[26] His last appearance in TNA was on June 18, 2003 at the TNA Anniversary show.[27] He wrestled X Division Champion Chris Sabin for the title, only to lose due to interference from CM Punk.[27] London has said that he viewed his time in TNA as a "stepping stone", but knew that he didn't want to be there long-term.[23] London also made several appearances East Coast Wrestling Association and won the 7th Annual ECWA Super 8 Tournament

World Wrestling Entertainment[edit]

Cruiserweight division (2003–2005)[edit]

London signed with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) in mid–2003, working a few dark matches before being sent to the company's developmental territory, Ohio Valley Wrestling, on August 30.[2] London made his official WWE television debut on the SmackDown! brand, losing to Brock Lesnar in a match for the WWE Championship on October 9.[5] After the match, Lesnar continued to attack London until fellow cruiserweight Spanky (Brian Kendrick) made the save.[28] The two competed as a tag team on SmackDown!'s sister show Velocity until Spanky left the company in January 2004.[2][29]

London in 2005 as the WWE Cruiserweight Champion

London then began a tag team with Billy Kidman on January 29, 2004.[30] On the July 8 episode of SmackDown!, the duo won the WWE Tag Team Championship from the Dudley Boyz.[31] They defended the title against the Dudleys on several occasions before losing the championship to René Duprée and Kenzo Suzuki on September 9, due to Kidman leaving London to fight by himself.[32][33][34] Kidman's heel turn led to a feud between the two, which culminated at No Mercy where Kidman defeated London with a shooting star press. After the match, London was bleeding from the mouth and being stretchered when Kidman pulled him back into the ring with the stretcher and delivered another shooting star press to London's injured ribs.[35] This storyline was put in place after London had broken his nose wrestling Booker T on an episode of SmackDown! a few weeks prior to the event.[36] The nose required surgery and for London to miss a few months.[37] London returned on November 25, wrestling on Velocity until the end of the year.[38]

On March 10, 2005, London became the number one contender for Chavo Guerrero's WWE Cruiserweight Championship, which he later won in a cruiserweight battle royal.[39][40] Guerrero challenged London for the title at Judgment Day, where London emerged victorious.[41] During another title match with Guerrero on June 23, The Mexicools stormed the ring, attacking both London and Guerrero.[42] On the July 14 episode of SmackDown!, London teamed with Scotty 2 Hotty and Funaki to face The Mexicools. The ending of the match saw Juventud perform the 450° splash on London for the win, but landing his knee onto London's face and legitimately injuring him in the process.[43][44] London lost the Cruiserweight Title on the August 4 episode of Velocity to Nunzio.[45] Later in the night, London cut a heel promo encouraging the fans to protest his title loss.[46] London went on a losing streak before returning as a face and teaming with the newly rehired Brian Kendrick.[47]

Teaming with Brian Kendrick (2005–2008)[edit]

On the December 16 episode of Velocity London and Kendrick remade their image, wearing theatrical masks to the ring and matching vests and shorts.[48] On the April 7, 2006 episode of SmackDown!, London and Kendrick defeated WWE Tag Team Champions MNM in a non-title match.[49] They continued their winning streak on the champions, including singles victories for both Kendrick and London on Johnny Nitro and Joey Mercury, respectively.[50][51][52] London and Kendrick won the WWE Tag Team Title at Judgment Day,[53] thus defeating MNM six times in a row in both singles and tag team matches.[54] On August 11, K. C. James and Idol Stevens defeated the champions in a non-title match, igniting a feud between the two teams.[55] During the rivalry, WWE Diva Ashley Massaro began accompanying London and Kendrick to the ring. She acted as a valet to the team, combating the actions of James and Stevens' manager Michelle McCool.[56]

London making his entrance at a WWE house show held in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada on January 15, 2005.

On October 14, London and Kendrick became the longest reigning WWE Tag Team Champions of all time, surpassing MNM's previous record of 145 days.[57][58][59] They, however, soon began a losing streak to the team of William Regal and Dave Taylor. Regal defeated both team members in singles matches,[60][61] and on the December 8 episode of SmackDown!, Kendrick and London lost a tag team match to the pair.[62] During a scheduled title defense at Armageddon, London and Kendrick not only retained against Regal and Taylor but won a Fatal Four-Way tag team ladder match which also involved MNM and The Hardys.[63] On the January 12, 2007 episode of SmackDown! London and Kendrick were successful in retaining their championship against Regal and Taylor in a traditional tag team match.[64]

On February 2, 2007, London and Kendrick suffered a non-title loss to the rookie team Deuce 'n Domino,[65] though, they were able to successfully defend the titles at No Way Out.[66][67] London and Kendrick lost the championship to Deuce 'n Domino on the April 20 episode of SmackDown!, ending their reign at 331 days (SmackDown! was recorded on April 17).[68] During the match London missed a moonsault from the ring apron to the floor kayfabe injuring his ribs, leaving Kendrick to battle Deuce 'n Domino alone.[69] Selling his injured ribs, London was absent from physical action until the May 11 episode of SmackDown, defeating Domino in singles competition.[70] London and Kendrick unsuccessfully competed for the title on June 1 in a Triple Threat tag team match, which also involved Regal and Taylor,[71] and lost a rematch on June 15 in a standard tag team match.[72]

London, along with Kendrick, was drafted to the Raw brand on June 17, 2007 during the Supplemental Draft.[73] They won their debut match on Raw against The World's Greatest Tag Team on June 18.[74] On September 3, they won a number one contender's match for Lance Cade and Trevor Murdoch's World Tag Team Championship.[75] At a house show in South Africa on September 5, London and Kendrick defeated Cade and Murdoch to win the World Tag Team Title, only to lose it back in a rematch three days later.[76][77] At the end of 2007, he was inactive due to a foot injury.[78] On the February 4, 2008 episode of Raw, London returned to action in a match with Kendrick against the team of Carlito and Santino Marella.[79] On the March 17 episode of Raw, London and Kendrick faced Umaga in a handicap match. During the match, Kendrick walked out and left London to get pinned,[80] however, no dissension came of the incident, as London and Kendrick continued to team up.[81]

The team came to an end when Kendrick was drafted back to the SmackDown brand as part of the 2008 WWE Supplemental Draft.[82] London was briefly involved in a storyline between Shawn Michaels, Chris Jericho, and Lance Cade, aiding Michaels during attacks by Jericho and Cade. During the next few weeks, London went on to lose matches to both Cade and Jericho. London was released from his WWE contract on November 7, 2008.[83]

Independent circuit (2009–present)[edit]

London made his debut in Big Time Wrestling on February 28, defeating the BTW Champion Jason Styles by disqualification.[9] At the event, he also debuted a new gimmick, described as "a nerdy blend of 1970s band Devo and a nerdy Air Force cadet with flight jacket and goofy, oversized sunglasses".[9]

On November 13, 2009 London defeated Jason Blade to win the Northeast Wrestling Championship.[84]

On March 26, 2010, London made his debut for Dragon Gate USA in a tag team match, where he and Jimmy Jacobs were defeated by Brian Kendrick and Jon Moxley.[85] After the match, Kendrick turned on Moxley and re-formed his team with London, which led to a Loser Leaves Company tag team match between London and Kendrick and Jacobs and Jack Evans at the following day's tapings of the Mercury Rising pay-per-view. In the end Jacobs forced Kendrick to tap out and as a result he was forced to leave Dragon Gate USA for good. After the match London was assaulted by Teddy Hart.[86]

On July 30, 2011, London competed at Vanguard Championship Wrestling's Liberty Lottery 2011 event. He faced John Kermon, the VCW Liberty Champion, and defeated him to become the Liberty Champion.[87] On February 16, 2013, London defeated Brian Kendrick at Family Wrestling Entertainment's No Limit, winning a title match against the Tri-Borought Champion Damian Darling. The same night, London defeated Darling, winning the title.[88] On June 21, 2013, London defeated Akio to retain the title. The next day, Londrick were defeated by The Young Bucks at House of Hardcore 2.[89]

On October 12, 2013, London was defeated by Tony Nese in FWE Openweight Grand Prix in a Non-title match.[90]

Pro Wrestling Guerrilla (2009–2010, 2013)[edit]

London made his return to the independent circuit by making his Pro Wrestling Guerrilla (PWG) debut on February 21, 2009 at Express Written Consent.[9] He wrestled in a six man tag team main event where he and The Young Bucks (Nick and Matt Jackson) defeated The Dynasty (Joey Ryan, Scott Lost and Karl Anderson). He has since formed an alliance with Bryan Danielson and Roderick Strong, known as the "Hybrid Dolphins". On January 30, 2010, London re-formed his partnership with Brian Kendrick in PWG and together the two of them defeated the PWG World Tag Team Champions Generation Me in a non-title match.[91]

On April 10, 2010, London defeated PWG mainstay El Generico in a singles match.[92] On May 9, the two men teamed up to form a duo introduced as ¡Peligro Abejas! (literal translation: Danger Bees!) in the fourth annual DDT4 eight-team tag tournament. After defeating "The Professional" Scott Lost and Chuck Taylor in the first round and Jay and Mark Briscoe in the semifinals, London and Generico defeated the Young Bucks in the finals of the tournament to not only win DDT4, but also the PWG World Tag Team Championship.[93] On July 10, 2010, London defeated Joey Silvia in a two out of three falls match to become the new Pro Wrestling Xperience Heavyweight Champion.[94] Later in the year on December 11, 2010, ¡Peligro Abejas! successfully defended the PWG World Tag Team Championship against the ROH World Tag Team Champions The Kings of Wrestling (Chris Hero and Claudio Castagnoli).[95] On April 9, 2011, London was forced to miss a PWG event, during which El Generico and London's replacement, Ricochet, lost the PWG World Tag Team Championship back to The Young Bucks.[96]

After an over two-year absence from PWG, London returned to the promotion on March 22, 2013, defeating Kevin Steen during the first night of the All Star Weekend 9.[97] During the second night, he defeated Trent? in another singles match.[98] Then at PWG tenth anniversary show TEN he teamed with long time partner Brian Kendrick in a losing effort against Chuck Taylor and Johnny Gargano.

Lucha Libre USA (2010–2011)[edit]

In December 2010, London began working for Lucha Libre USA as the masked Sydistiko, taking over the role previously held by T.J. Perkins.[4] He teamed up with Rellik to defeat Dinastia (El Oriental and Tinieblas Jr.) on December 12, 2010. The pair participated in three way match to decide the new LLUSA Tag Team Championship but this time El Oriental and Tinieblas Jr. would get the better of the pair. As Sydistiko, he would go on to lose all his matches including LLUSA Championship number one contendership lucha roulette elimination.

Personal life[edit]

London was born in Austin, Texas, and has two older brothers, Daniel and Jonathan. In 1996, Daniel was killed by a drunk driver at the age of nineteen.[6][99] Jonathan is a music video director.[100] He is half-Mexican on his mother's side.[101] He is also bilingual, speaking both English and Spanish.[102] London attended Westlake High School in Texas.[6] He helped create the school's first-ever wrestling team where he was the captain, first varsity letterman and still holds the record for the fastest pinfall time of 7.4 seconds.[6] London has dated former WWE Diva Ashley Massaro.[103]

In wrestling[edit]

London performing a Standing Shooting star press.

Championships and accomplishments[edit]

London and Kendrick were the longest reigning WWE Tag Team Champions since their inception in 2002.
  • All Action Wrestling Perth
    • AAW Championship (1 time)[110]
  • Extreme Texas Wrestling
    • ETW Television Championship (1 time)[106]
  • Funking Conservatory
    • FC United States Championship (1 time)[106]
    • FC Television Championship (1 time)[106]
    • FC Hardcore Championship (1 time)[106]
    • FC Tag Team Championship (2 time) – with Adam Windsor[106]
  • Insane Wrestling League
    • IWL World Heavyweight Championship (2 times)[111]
  • Northeast Wrestling
    • NEW Championship (3 time)[84]
  • Pro Wrestling Bushido
    • PWB Television Championship (1 time)[112]
  • Pro Wrestling Xperience
    • PWX Heavyweight Championship (1 time, current)[94]
  • Vanguard Championship Wrestling
    • VCW United States Liberty Championship (1 time)
  • Xtreme Italian Wrestling
    • XIW Italian Championship (1 time, current)
  • Wrecking Ball Wrestling
    • Super Star Of The Year - 2013 (1 time)[115]
    • Tag Team Of The Year- 2013 w/ Paige Turner
    • Match Of The Year- 2013 w/ Paige Turner vs Jiggle-O James Johnson and Angel Blue in Ft. Worth, TX

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