Jonathan Gresham

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Jonathan Gresham
Jonathan Gresham.jpg
Gresham in 2019
Born (1988-03-20) March 20, 1988 (age 33)[1][2]
Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.[2][1]
Spouse(s)
(m. 2020)
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s)Jonathan Gresham
Hero Tiger[1][2]
Jonathan Davis[1]
Hieracon[1]
Suicide[1]
Billed height5 ft 4 in (163 cm)[1]
Billed weight161 lb (73 kg)[1][2]
Billed fromAtlanta, Georgia[2]
Trained byCurtis Hughes[1][3]
Jay Fury[1]
WWA4 Wrestling School[3]
DebutMarch 5, 2005[1]

Jonathan Gresham (born March 20, 1988)[1][2] is an American professional wrestler who owns and runs the Terminus: Modern Age Grappling promotion. He is the current ROH World Champion in his first reign, and defends the title outside of Ring of Honor due to that promotion's hiatus and restructuring. In ROH, he is also a former ROH Pure Champion and ROH World Tag Team Champion with Jay Lethal.[1][4][5]

Gresham has worked for many promotions, such as Combat Zone Wrestling (CZW) where he is a former CZW World Heavyweight Champion as well as Westside Xtreme Wrestling (wXw), Chikara, IWA Mid-South, Full Impact Pro (FIP), Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA), and Evolve among others.[6][7][3] He has wrestled in over 15 countries.[8]

Early life[edit]

Joanathan Gresham was born on March 20, 1988 in Atlanta, Georgia.[2][1]

Professional wrestling career[edit]

Independent circuit (2005–2019)[edit]

Gresham trained under Mr. Hughes, Jay Fury and the WWA4 wrestling school in Atlanta.[1][9] His first match was in Douglasville, Georgia against Heath Miller.[3][10] At the time he was only 16 years old.[3] Gresham made his National Wrestling Alliance debut in 2006 as Jonathan Davis in a four-way tag team match losing to Darin Childs and Seth Shai.[11][6] In 2007, he defeated Amien Rios in his debut match for Great Championship Wrestling in Alabama.[12][13] In 2010, Gresham defeated AR Fox for GCW.[14]

Gresham debuted for Booker T's Pro Wrestling Alliance in 2008 as Hero Tiger defeating Chaotix.[15] He returned to the company in 2010 defeating Ryan Davidson to become the PWA Iron Man Championship.[16][6][17] He once again returned to the company (now known as Reality of Wrestling) in 2014 as Jonathan Gresham.[18] In the first round of Full Impact Pro's Jeff Peterson Memorial Cup in 2011, Gresham debuted losing to Bobby Fish.[19] At Declaration Of Independence, Gresham successfully defended his ZERO1 International Junior Heavyweight Championship against Lince Dorado.[20]

In 2015, Gresham made his Evolve debut losing to Matt Riddle.[21] At Evolve 65 he lost to Catch Point.[22] Gresham defeated Drastik Boy to win Desastre Total Ultraviolento's Alto Rendimiento title at Coyotes Hambrientos in 2015.[23][6] He lost the championship to Kim Ray on a Westside Xtreme Wrestling tour.[24]

Gresham debuted for International Wrestling Cartel in 2016 in the Super Indy 15 tournament making it to the finals only to be eliminated by Josh Alexander. At Reloaded 3.0, Gresham won a four-way Super Indy 16 qualifying match.[25] Gresham later won the IWC Super Indy title in June 2017 by defeating Chris LeRusso in the Super Indy 16 tournament in the semi-final only to lose it to Adam Cole in the finals.[26][6][27]

Gresham defeated Tracy Williams at Beyond Wrestling's Battle Of Who Could Care Less.[28][29] Gresham beat Zack Sabre Jr. at Beyond Ripped Off In The Prime Of Life.[30] The following month he defeated Sabre once again at Flesh.[31] This led to a two out of three falls match between the two later that month at Americanrana 2016.[32] Gresham defeated Sabre by pinning him twice.[33] At Americanrana 2017, Gresham defeated Brian Cage.[34][35] Gresham defeated Joey Lynch to become the inaugural Independent champion in October 2017.[36] He successfully defended the title at Wazzup against Nick Gage.[37][38] Gresham lost the Independent championship to Tracy Williams in a three-way elimination match at Beyond Abbondanza.[39]

Chikara (2010–2012)[edit]

Gresham as "Hieracon" with The Osirian Portal

Gresham made his Chikara debut in 2010 teaming with The Osirian Portal and defeating Bruderschaft des Kreuzes (Lince Dorado, Delirious and Pinkie Sanchez).[40][41] In January 2011, Gresham now as Hieracon and now part of the Osirian Portal stable defeated Team F.I.S.T (Johnny Gargano, Icarus and Chuck Taylor).[42] The group disbanded after Amasis retired.[43] Ophidian attacked Amasis and unmasked him, turning rudo (heel).[44] Gresham's last match in Chikara was a loss to Ophidian. After the match Ophidian took Hieracon's mask.[45]

Combat Zone Wrestling (2010–2017)[edit]

Gresham debut for Combat Zone Wrestling in 2010 at CZW Fist Fight.[46][47] Gresham picked up his first win against Greg Excellent in November 2010.[48] Gresham won Best of the Best 15 after defeating David Starr.[49][50][2] At Down With The Sickness 2016, Gresham won the CZW World Heavyweight Championship for the first time.[51] At Cage of Death 18, Gresham lost the CZW World Heavyweight Championship to Joe Gacy thus ending his reign.[52][53]

Westside Xtreme Wrestling (2011–2015)[edit]

Gresham debuted for Westside Xtreme Wrestling in 2011 winning against Bernd Föhr in the first round of the Chase The Mahamla Tournament. He would make it to the semi final only to lose to Shinya Ishikawa.[54] At wXw Payback 5, Gresham alongside Jay Skillet challenged the Sumerian Death Squad (Michael Dante and Tommy End) for the wXw World Tag Team Championship in a losing effort.[55] Gresham and Skillet formed RockSkillet in 2012.[56] In August 2012, RockSkillet defeated Dante and End in a two out of three falls match to become wXw World Tag Team Champions for the first time as well as ending Dante and End's record breaking reign.[57][58][59] At Fight Club 2012, RockSkillet defeated OI4K.[60] RockSkillet defeated The Young Bucks at wXw Back To The Roots XII.[61] In March 2013, RockSkillet lost the wXw World Tag Team Championship to AUTsiders (Big van Walter and Robert Dreissker).[62]

Pro Wrestling Zero1 and affiliates (2012–2017)[edit]

Gresham debuted for Pro Wrestling Zero1 at Beach Pro Wrestling ~ Chapter 5.[63][64] Gresham defeated Oliver Cain for the Zero1 USA Midwest X-Division Championship in a cage match at Zero1 USA Supreme in 2013.[65]

Gresham made his return to Zero1 USA Supreme in 2017 to take part in the Zero1 USA Tenkaichi Junior Tournament. Gresham made it to the finals only to lose to Joey O'Riley.[66]

Ring of Honor (2011, 2014–2021)[edit]

Gresham made his Ring of Honor debut against Kyle O'Reilly in 2011 in the Top Prospect Tournament.[67]

He returned in 2014 losing to Will Ferrara in a dark match.[68]

In 2015, Gresham returned to Ring Of Honor at the Winter Warriors tour.[69] In December 2015, he defeated Cedric Alexander.[70]

In 2017, it was announced that Ring of Honor had signed Gresham to a contract.[71] In April 2017, Gresham teamed with Chris Sabin where they defeated Cheeseburger and Will Ferrara.[72][73] Gresham along with Jay White, Chris Sabin and Alex Shelley formed Search and Destroy.[74][75][76] On June 24, Gresham defeated Flip Gordon.[77][78] At Best in the World, Search and Destroy defeated the Rebellion (Rhett Titus, Kenny King, Shane Taylor and Caprice Coleman) were the losing team must disband.[79][80][81][82] Gresham took part of the Honor Rumble in 2017.[83] On the September 9th, 2017 episode of Ring Of Honor, Search and Destroy defeated The Bullet Club.[84] At Final Battle, Gresham defeated Josh Woods in a pre-show dark match.[85] Gresham then went on to lose to Jay Lethal at Honor Reigns Supreme[86] and to Chuckie T at Supercard of Honor XII. At Final Battle in 2019, Gresham teamed with Jay Lethal to defeat The Briscoe Brothers to win the ROH World Tag Team Championship.

For most of 2020, Gresham was inactive, as ROH had taken an extended hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but when ROH resumed in August 2020, Gresham became part of a 16-man tournament to crown a new ROH Pure Champion - a title that was being revived after being retired 14 years earlier. Gresham would go on to win the tournament, defeating Tracy Williams in the finals on August 23 (airing on October 31) to win the title and become a double champion in ROH. On the November 28th, 2020 episode of Ring of Honor Wrestling, Gresham appeared with "Hot Sauce" Tracy Williams, Jay Lethal and Rhett Titus as the newly formed faction The Foundation. At Death Before Dishonor XVIII, Gresham lost the Pure Championship to Josh Woods. Gresham would win the vacant ROH World Championship by defeating Jay Lethal at Final Battle.

Total Nonstop Action Wrestling / Impact Wrestling (2016, 2021-present)[edit]

In 2016, he made his Total Nonstop Action Wrestling debut for a TNA One Night Only X-Travaganza 2016 taping under his real name losing to DJZ after a DDT.[87] He later portrayed Suicide defeating David Starr on the same night.[88]

On December 23, 2021, it was announced by the former TNA and now Impact Wrestling that current ROH World Champion Jonathan Gresham would defend his newly won title at Hard To Kill against Chris Sabin who has been owed a ROH World Championship match since 2018. At the event, Gresham retained the title over Sabin and then Steve Maclin two weeks later.

Personal life[edit]

Gresham amateur wrestled until he was 17.[3] Some of Gresham's influences were Rey Mysterio, Hayabusa, Bam Bam Bigelow, Dean Malenko, Jushin Thunder Liger, Low Ki, The Hardy Boyz, Ikuto Hidaka and Alex Shelley among others.[3][89] In December 2018, Gresham got engaged to fellow professional wrestler, Jordynne Grace.[90] The couple married in September 2020.[91]

Championships and accomplishments[edit]

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