Matt Tremont

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Matt Tremont
Matt Tremont 2013.jpg
Matt Tremont in 2013
Birth nameMatthew Tremont
BornAtlantic City, New Jersey[1]
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s)The Bulldozer
Father Matthew Tremont[1]
Matt Tremont
Billed height5 ft 8 in (1.73 m)
Billed weight250 lb (110 kg)
Billed fromAtlantic City, New Jersey[1]
Trained byPryme Tyne Amy Lee
DebutJanuary 27, 2007[1]

Matthew Tremont[1] is an American professional wrestler and promoter, who currently works for Game Changer Wrestling (GCW) where he is a former GCW World Heavyweight Championship, and Hardcore Hustle Organisation (H2O) where he is the promoter. He previously worked for Combat Zone Wrestling (CZW) - where he is a former CZW World Heavyweight Champion - and Westside Xtreme Wrestling (wXw).[1] In addition he has appeared in IWA Mid-South, IWA Deep-South and IWA East Coast where he is the winner of Masters of Pain in 2012. He also owns a store in the Berlin Farmers Market called Bulldozer's Collectibles and owns and operates his own independent wrestling company called Hardcore Hustle Organization or H2O. He is the only death match wrestler to win all the American Death Match tournaments. He is referred to as “The Grandslam Champion” of deathmatch wrestling. He also has started his own heel stable called The Awakening. Which consists of himself “Father Matthew”, Joe Stockade and G-Raver.[1]

Professional wrestling career[edit]

Combat Zone Wrestling (2011–2018)[edit]

Tremont made his Combat Zone Wrestling debut at Prelude to Violence defeating Pinkie Sanchez in a Tournament of Death X Qualifying Ultraviolent Rules on June 11, 2011.[2][3][4] Tremont made his first CZW Tournament of Death debut at TOD X, defeating Necro Butcher in a "Water Jugs, Bats & Anything Else you Can Swing Match" in the quarterfinals.[5][6] He was eliminated by MASADA in the semifinals in a "Kenzans, Whips & Anything Else we Can F***ing Find Match".[7] Tremont began a small feud with Danny Havoc at Cage of Death 13 in a Ultraviolent Pits deathmatch which soon culminated at CZW Super Saturday when Havoc defeated Tremont in a Ultraviolent Rules match.[8][9] Tremont made his second Tournament of Death appearance at CZW Tournament of Death XI, losing to Abdullah Kobayashi in the first round in a "Ultraviolent Bats" match.[10]

Tremont began to feud with CZW Owner DJ Hyde throughout 2012 beginning at Tangled Web V between the two as Hyde was the victor.[11][12] He was subsequently fired at Down With The Sickness 2012 after defeating Solo with a very stiff chair shot to the head, ending the bout at 35 seconds.[13] Tremont got back on the microphone and repeated "Redemption" over and over again.[14] At CZW Night of Infamy, DJ Hyde cut a promo on not reinstating Tremont. Prompting the locker room to walk out and quit if Tremont is not reinstated, but Hyde insisted if Tremont wins a match he could be reinstated.[15] He would team up with New Jack the same night to a winning effort, defeating Joe Gacy and Ron Mathis. Tremont had a successful victory at Cage of Death XIV.[16] Winning with a Death Valley driver off the top of the cage through 3 levels of panes of glass and a stage setup on the outside. After the match the entire locker room congratulated Tremont for his efforts.[16][17]

He later feuded with Devon Moore and The Nation Of Intoxication leading to several matches between the two. At Tangled Web 7, Tremont defeated Moore in the Tangled Web Match after knocking him off the scaffolding into the ring below.

In early 2015, Tremont began teaming with newcomer Stockade. They fought The Nation Of Intoxication at To Live Is To Die in January, they lost after Tremont accidentally struck Stockade with a chair. After the match, Stockade and Tremont came to blows then Tremont challenged Stockade to a Ultraviolent Match at Sixteen on February 21.[18]

On August 8, 2015, Tremont defeated BLK Jeez for the CZW World Heavyweight Championship.

At Down with the Sickness 2016, after a 399-day reign as champion, Tremont lost the title in a four way deathmatch to Jonathan Gresham which also featured Greg Excellent and Joe Gacy.

Tremont would turn heel at Cage of Death 18, by attacking his own teammate Joey Janela during the Cage of Death match, costing his team the match in the process. He later rechristened himself as "Father" Matthew Tremont and reformed his alliance with Stockade. They would go on to attack Janela and even his girlfriend Penelope.

On August 5, 2017 Tremont had a No Ropes Barbed Wire Exploding Baseball Bats match against Japanese deathmatch wrestler, Atsushi Onita. The match would end in a No Contest.

On November 26, 2018 Tremont was challenged by DJ Hyde in the CZW Cage of Death that will happen on December 9. He accepted a tag team match. He took Onita's help, while DJ will bring Masada as his partner.

Other promotions[edit]

Tremont debuted for Beyond Wrestling debut at night one of` Beyond Wrestling Miracle Workers losing to Devon Moore.[19] He defeated TJ Marconi at Beyond Wrestling Ring Leaders - Tag 2.[20] He now wrestles sporadically for Beyond Wrestling.

Tremont made his IWA Mid-South debut at the 2011 annual King of the Deathmatch, defeating MASADA in a Barbed Wire Board, Taipei Death & Sandpaper Kickpads match in the first round. He lost in the finals the second night to Drake Younger, other competitors were Devon Moore and Simon Sezz.[21][22]

Tremont won his first biggest accomplishment by winning the 2012 Masters of Pain defeating MASADA in the finals in a Double Hell Deathmatch in Charleston, West Virginia.[23][24][25]

On June 7, 2014 Tremont defeated Patrick Hayes in Connellsville, Pennsylvania to win the Vicious Outcast Wrestling (VOW) Anarchy Championship.[26]

In New Albany, Indiana, USA 28.06.2014 Tremont won the IWA Mid South King Of The Death Matches defeating Jesse Amato in a Best Of Seven Log Cabin Match, John Wayne Murdoch and Ron Mathis in a Semi Final Three Way Fans Bring The Weapons Spider Net Match and in the finals, Josh Crane in a No Rope Barbed Wire, Panes Of Glass, Barbed Wire Board, Casket And Fans Bring The Weapons Match after putting Crane through a flaming pane of Glass.

On July 21, 2018, Tremont became the first-ever Synergy Pro Wrestling Champion by defeating KTB in the finals of the promotion's inaugural Championship Tournament in Manville, New Jersey. Tremont held the Synergy Pro Wrestling Championship for 196 days, losing the title to Frightmare in a Triple Threat Match (that also included Drake Chambers) at Synergy Pro Wrestling 8 in Hillsborough, New Jersey.[27]

Championships and accomplishments[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ "CZW Prelude To Violence 2 @ Asylum Arena in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA". Cagematch. Retrieved December 9, 2012.
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  8. ^ "CZW Cage Of Death XIII @ Asylum Arena in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA". CAGEMATCH. Retrieved December 9, 2012.
  9. ^ "CZW Super Saturday @ The Fountain Square Salvation Army Community Center in Indianapolis, Indiana, USA". CAGEMATCH. Retrieved December 9, 2012.
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  26. ^ http://www.cagematch.net/?id=5&nr=2233 Retrieved 13 June 2014
  27. ^ "Synergy Pro Wrestling | Past Results". synergy-wrestling. Retrieved 2019-03-08.
  28. ^ "Pro Wrestling Illustrated (PWI) 500 for 2015". The Internet Wrestling Database. Retrieved September 1, 2017.
  29. ^ "Synergy Pro Wrestling | Roster". synergy-wrestling. Retrieved 2019-03-08.
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  31. ^ https://www.cagematch.net/?id=5&nr=3103
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  33. ^ Namako, Jason (2014-05-10). "5/10 WSU iPPV Results: Voorhees, NJ (New WSU Champion crowned)". Wrestleview. Retrieved 2014-05-11.

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