Rampage Brown

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Rampage Brown
Birth name Oliver Biney
Born (1983-08-08) 8 August 1983 (age 34)
Leeds, England,
United Kingdom
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s) Bad News
Bad News Brown
Leroy Brown
Monty Lynch
Oliver Biney
Rampage Brown
Rampage
Steve Oliver
Billed height 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)
Billed weight 233 lb (106 kg)
Trained by Jefferson Kaye
Drew McDonald
Debut 1998

Oliver Biney (born 8 August 1983) is a British professional wrestler currently working under the ring name Rampage Brown. He mostly works throughout the European and British wrestling circuit. However, Biney briefly worked for American promotions World Wrestling Entertainment and its developmental territory Florida Championship Wrestling from 2010–2011 and Total Nonstop Action Wrestling in September 2014. He is currently a trainer for New Generation Wrestling in their North East School.[1]

Professional wrestling career[edit]

World Wrestling Entertainment / WWE[edit]

ECW (2008)[edit]

Biney made his WWE debut on the November 11th episode of ECW losing to Mark Henry.[2][3]

Florida Championship Wrestling (2011-2012)[edit]

In 2011 Biney returned to WWE under Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW), which was WWE's developmental territory, this time working under the ring name of Monty Lynch. Biney made his FCW debut teaming with Kenneth Cameron in a losing effort against Damien Sandow and Titus O'Neil. Biney worked a few more matches before being released in July 2011.[4]

Progress Wrestling (2013-present)[edit]

In 2013 Biney made his Progress Wrestling at Progress Chapter Five: For Those About To Fight, We Salute You losing to Nathan Cruz. On 28 July 2013 Biney defeated El Ligero for the Progress World Championship before losing it to Mark Andrews. In 2014 Biney competed in the Progress World Cup. Biney defeated Paul Synnot in the quarter finals. After this Biney moved on to the semi finals where he defeated Tommy End to advance to the finals where he was eliminated by Noam Dar.

RevPro (2013)[edit]

Biney made his Revolution Pro Wrestling debut in 2013 at RevPro No Holds Barred losing to Colt Cabana in a RevPro British Heavyweight Title #1 Contendership Four Way Elimination Match being last eliminated by Cabana. This match also featured T-Bone and Dave Mastiff.[5]

Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (2014-2015)[edit]

In October 2014 Biney was a contestant on Season 2 of Total Nonstop Action Wrestling's British Boot Camp which was televised nationally in the UK on Challenge TV. He advanced to the final three but the competition was eventually won by Mark Andrews.[6][7]

WCPW/Defiant Wrestling (2016-Present)[edit]

In 2016, Biney made his debut with What Culture Pro Wrestling, he was chosen by Adam Blampied to compete against Big Damo for the WCPW Championship which he lost when Blampied turned on him. Biney also participated in a best of seven series with Primate for the WCPW Hardcore Championship which he lost. He would later only occasionally pop up for matches, including the Pro Wrestling World Cup '17 and a WCPW world title match against Drew Galloway.

March 19, 2018 at Defiant Lights Out 2018, Rampage defeated Christopher Daniels, El Ligero, Gabriel Kidd, Joe Hendry, No Fun Dunne and Prince Ameen in the Magnificent 7 Ladder Match to win the Magnificent 7 Briefcase.

On April 28, 2018 at No Regrets, Rampage defeated Austin Aries to become the new Defiant Champion.

In wrestling[edit]

Championships and accomplishments[edit]

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