Brody King

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Brody King
Birth nameNate Blauvelt
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s)Brody King
Billed height6 ft 5 in (196 cm)[1]
Billed weight285 lb (129 kg)[2]
Trained bySantino Bros Wrestling Academy
DebutJuly 31, 2015

Nate Blauvelt[3] is an American professional wrestler known by his ring name Brody King. He is currently working for Ring of Honor (ROH) in the faction Villian Enterprises with Marty Scurll and PCO. He is best known for his work in Major League Wrestling (MLW), Pro Wrestling Guerrilla (PWG) along with various independent promotions.

Professional wrestling career[edit]

Early career[edit]

King was trained by the Santinos Bros Academy in Bell Gardens, California, debuting in 2015.[4] In 2016, King participated in the All Pro Wrestling' Young Lions Cup, winning the tournament.[5]

Pro Wrestling Guerilla (2018-present)[edit]

In 2018, he made his debut for Pro Wrestling Guerilla (PWG) at Neon Knights, losing to Adam Brooks. At Time Is A Flat Circle he defeated Douglas James, Eli Everly and Jake Atlas in a Fatal-4-Way match. He received a title shot against then-champion Walter at Tremendous V which he lost, but his performance was highly praised.[6] He participated in the 2018 Battle of Los Angeles tournament where he defeated PCO in the first round[7], but was defeated by Trevor Lee in the second round.[8] Brody King will wrestle next for PWG at their January 18, 2019 show Hand of Doom. He will compete against Jungle Boy, the son of Beverly Hills 90210 actor Luke Perry.[9]

Other promotions (2018)[edit]

He also worked for Major League Wrestling, making appearances on their weekly television show MLW Fusion.[10] In November 2018, King allied with Marty Scurll during a World Series Wrestling's tour, forming a tag team known as Villain Enterprises. They would win the WSW Tag Team Championship.[11]

Ring of Honor (2018-present)[edit]

On December 1, 2018, King signed an exclusive deal with Ring of Honor.[12][13] He debuted for ROH at the December 15 tapings, forming Villain Enterprises with Scurll and PCO.[14]

Championships and accomplishments[edit]


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