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Jay Lethal
Ring name(s) Hydro[1]
Jamar Cunningham[1]
Jay Lethal[1]
Billed height 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)[2]
Billed weight 210 lb (95 kg)[2]
Born April 21, 1985 (1985-04-21) (age 24)
Elizabeth, New Jersey[3]
Billed from Elizabeth, New Jersey[2]
Trained by Mikey Whipwreck[1]
JAPW school[1]
Dan Maff[1]
Debut July 7, 2001

Jamar Shipman[3] (born April 21, 1985 in Elizabeth, New Jersey), better known by his ring name Jay Lethal, is an American professional wrestler, currently working for Total Nonstop Action Wrestling. Since competing in TNA, he has been a three time X Division Champion and a one time World Tag Team Champion with Consequences Creed.

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Career

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Jersey All Pro Wrestling (2001–present)

On July 7, 2001, Shipman entered a contest held by Jersey All Pro Wrestling (JAPW) which entitled the winner to six months free training in the JAPW professional wrestling school. Shipman won, and spent half a year training, at the end of which the JAPW school closed down. Shipman then began training under Extreme Championship Wrestling alum Mikey Whipwreck and Dan Maff.

Shipman made his wrestling debut under the ring name Jay Lethal on December 7, 2001, at JAPW's Seasons Beatings Tour Night 2, in a match where he defeated Rainchild.[4] He won his first Championship, the JAPW Television Championship, on September 13, 2002, in Bayonne, New Jersey, at Never Forget, defeating the champion, Ghost Shadow, and Rain in a 3-way match.[5] His reign lasted an unprecedented and unreplicated eleven months, with Lethal finally losing to Crazy Ivan on August 22, 2003 in Rahway, New Jersey at Counter-Strike.[6] Lethal also held the JAPW Light Heavyweight Championship, defeating the champion, Azrieal, Insane Dragon and Jack Evans on February 28, 2004, at Revolution, in a four way match.[7] Azrieal tried to regain the title for eight months, but repeatedly lost to Lethal.[7] On December 10, 2004, at Seasons Beatings, Azrieal gained one more shot at the JAPW Light Heavyweight Championship by challenging Lethal to a "belt versus loser leaves town" match, which would see Azrieal leave JAPW if he lost. Azrieal was able to win the match, thus ending their lengthy feud.[7]

With two lengthy title reigns in the space of two years, Lethal had established himself as a dominant member of the JAPW roster by 2005, and he began challenging for the JAPW Heavyweight Championship, which had been held by Dan Maff since December 2003. On January 29, 2005, at Wild Card, Lethal pinned Maff in a title match, but the decision was overturned by crooked referee Sean Hanson.[8]

In March 2005, Maff left JAPW and retired from wrestling following an argument with Homicide, thus vacating the JAPW Heavyweight Championship. Lethal was awarded the Heavyweight Championship on March 26 at Caged Fury 2 held in the ECW Arena in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, but he refused to accept it, claiming that he wanted to "earn" the title. JAPW mainstay Homicide then challenged Lethal to an impromptu match for the vacant title, which Homicide won.[8] Lethal finally won the JAPW Heavyweight Championship on May 21 in Braintree, Massachusetts, at Braintree Invasion defeating Homicide, Kevin Steen and Samoa Joe in a four way match by pinning Homicide following a diving headbutt.[8]

Lethal defeated Steve Corino on June 4 at HomeComing with his father in his corner, but, after the match, Corino and Ricky Landell handcuffed Lethal to the top rope and attacked his father with Corino placing him in a crossface.[8] This led to a six man tag match on July 16, at Gored pitting Lethal and his father against Corino, Landell and Landell's manager, Rick Silver. Lethal and his father were outnumbered, but managed to pull off a win at the last minute after Lethal's mother introduced their partner, the returning Charlie Haas.[8] After Haas attacked Lethal during the post-match celebrations, a title match was booked between Haas and Lethal for Haas of Pain held on September 10, which was won by Lethal.[8] On October 22 at 8th Year Anniversary Show Lethal ended his feud with Corino by defeating him for the title in a Dog Collar match with help from Tommy Dreamer.[8]

Lethal's next feud would be with The D-Factor's Rhino, who, on November 12, 2005 at Fall Out, assaulted him following his successful title defense against B-Boy.[8] On January 7, 2006, at Wild Card II, Lethal lost the JAPW Heavyweight Championship to Rhino,[9] who won the bout after giving Lethal a Rhino Driver through a table from the top rope. Lethal tried twice to regain his title, first on February 18, 2006, in a 3-way, which also included Teddy Hart,[9] and then on May 20, 2006, but was unsuccessful both times at regaining the title.

After unsuccessfully going after the JAPW Light Heavyweight Championship held by Frankie Kazarian,[9] Lethal and former rival Azrieal managed to win the JAPW Tag Team Championship by defeating the champions The Outcast Killaz (Oman Tortuga and Diablo Santiago) and The S.A.T. (Jose and Joel Maximo) in a 3-way dance on October 28, 2006, at 9th Year Anniversary Show, held in Rahway, New Jersey.[9] On June 9, 2007, at Back to Business, The Latin American Xchange of Homicide and Hernandez defeated Lethal and Azrieal for the titles.[10]

At the beginning of 2009 Lethal proclaimed that it was his destiny to win back the JAPW Heavyweight title, held by Kenny Omega.[11] On February 28, 2009, in Jersey City, at Jersey City Rumble Lethal won a 21-person Jersey City Rumble to earn the right to challenge for Omega's title that same night.[12] In the end, Lethal pinned Omega with the flipping release dragon suplex after Omega's associate Dan Maff turned on him, to win the JAPW Heavyweight Championship for the second time.[12] During the match Maff had also attacked Lethal and that lead to a Championship match between the two on March 28, at Unfinished Business, in which Lethal managed to retain his title.[12] Lethal defeated Maff again on April 18 at International Invasion, but only after Trent Acid interfered in the match.[12] Their feud ended on June 27 in Jersey City, at Caged Destiny, when Maff defeated Lethal for the title inside a steel cage.[12]

Ring of Honor (2003–2006)

2003–2004

Shipman made his Ring of Honor debut as Hydro, a member of Special K on Revenge on the Prophecy held in West Mifflin, Pennsylvania, on January 11, 2003.[13] On May 22, 2004 at Generation Next he faced Alex Shelley in a singles match.[13] Though he lost, Shelley recognized his pure wrestling talent and offered him membership in Generation Next, Shelley's stable of future stars. Hydro declined, opting to remain part of Special K.[14] Hydro won a four corner survival match at World Title Classic on June 12, which entitled him to enter the Pure Wrestling tournament later that year.[13] At Survival of the Fittest on June 24, he and Dixie took part in a four way tag match for the Tag Team Championship in a losing effort, as CM Punk single-handedly defended the title to allow his tag team partner and co-champion Colt Cabana to prepare for his match later that evening.[15] Hydro then challenged Punk to an impromptu match, which Punk also won.[15] Hydro shook hands before the match, thus following the "Code of Honor" (which Special K normally ignored).[15]

Hydro took part in the Pure Wrestling tournament on July 17 at Reborn: Completion.[13] At the outset of the event, World Champion Samoa Joe advised Hydro to change his name and become more serious.[16] Acting on Joe's advice, Hydro left Special K and went back to calling himself Jay Lethal. He was eliminated from the tournament after Doug Williams pinned him in a four way match using the Chaos Theory.[13]

At Testing the Limit on August 7, Lethal took part in a four way match, pitting him against Alex Shelley, Ace Steel and 2 Cold Scorpio. Despite the moral support of his parents, who were in the audience, Lethal suffered a second loss to Shelley.[13] Having rejected Shelley's offer of a place in Generation Next before the match for a second time, Lethal asked Shelley for a singles match.[17] Lethal and Shelley faced one another for a third time on August 28 at Scramble Cage Melee, with Shelley cheating to gain a third victory.[13] Having lost every match for months, Lethal was obliged to face Matt Stryker at Glory by Honor III on September 11 with his ROH career on the line. Lethal won, breaking his losing streak.[13] Low Ki, who had been feuding with Samoa Joe for several months, challenged Lethal, as Joe's protégé, at The Midnight Express Reunion on October 2.[18] In the course of the match, Low Ki's manager Julius Smokes harassed Lethal's parents (once again watching the match from the audience) and Low Ki spat at Lethal's mother.[18] Low Ki easily defeated Lethal, then mocked him after the match.[18]

Lethal lost to Chad Collyer at Gold on October 15,[13] but recovered with a win over Delirious the next day at Joe vs. Punk II.[13] He teamed with his mentor, Samoa Joe, and lost to John Walters and Nigel McGuinness at Weekend Of Thunder: Night One on November 5,[13] before suffering another loss to Embassy member Jimmy Rave the subsequent evening.[13] After his match with Rave, Lethal attacked Prince Nana, the leader of The Embassy.[19] This led to Nana recruiting several masked mercenaries (dubbed the "Weapons of Masked Destruction") in an attempt to end Lethal's career. Lethal defeated both WMDs at All-Star Extravaganza 2 on December 4[13] and Final Battle 2004 on December 26[13] respectively, in both cases ending the match with his signature flipping release dragon suplex.

2005–2006

Lethal's feud with The Embassy continued into 2005, and on February 19 at the Third Anniversary Celebration: Part One he pinned Embassy member Jimmy Rave to become number one contender to the Pure Championship.[20] Pure Champion and Embassy member John Walters, who had control over when to wrestle his title matches, chose to have the title defense immediately after Lethal's match, defeating the exhausted Lethal to retain his title following a trifecta of Lung Blowers.[20] Lethal was scheduled to faced Walters for the title in a re-match at Trios Tournament 2005 on March 5 in Philadelphia, but was attacked by an unknown assailant backstage, resulting in Lethal's eye swelling shut.[21] Despite the injury, Lethal went on to defeat Walters later that night to win the Pure Championship,[13] his first and only title in ROH.[22]

On March 12 at Back to Basics, Lethal and Samoa Joe teamed once again to face CM Punk and Spanky, with Lethal pinning Spanky with a bridging dragon suplex.[13] At the Best of the American Super Juniors Tournament on April 2, Lethal and Joe faced Jimmy Jacobs and B.J. Whitmer for the vacant Tag Team Championship, but were defeated.[13] Lethal retained his Pure Championship in a match with Spanky at Stalemate on April 16,[13] but on May 7 at Manhattan Mayhem he lost the title to his mentor Samoa Joe.[13] After the match, both men were ambushed after the match by The Rottweilers, who revealed Low Ki was the one who attacked Lethal at Trios Tournament 2005.[23] This led to a tag match that same night pitting Lethal and Joe against Low Ki and fellow Rottweiler Homicide. The match ended when Homicide gave Lethal Da Cop Killa while Low Ki simultaneously delivered a Ghetto Stomp, driving Lethal's neck into the ground.[23] Lethal was stretched from the arena, wearing a neck brace, ostensibly seriously injured.

After being out "injured" for a month, Lethal returned on June 12 at The Future is Now to save James Gibson from a beating at the hands of The Rottweilers.[24] He returned to the ring on June 18 at Death Before Dishonor III, where he faced Low Ki in a grudge match which was declared a no contest after both men were disqualified.[13] At Sign of Dishonor on July 8, Lethal teamed with fellow former Special K member Dixie to defeat The Heartbreak Express.[13] Later that evening, Mick Foley forced World Champion CM Punk, who had signed with World Wrestling Entertainment and was trying to leave ROH with the World Championship, to defend his title against Lethal.[25] Punk retained his title with a Muscle Buster / rear naked choke combination, often used by Samoa Joe, who had come ringside to cheer Lethal on.[25]

Lethal in 2008

Seeking revenge for the neck injury he had in May, Lethal challenged Homicide at Escape from New York on July 9, but lost due to Homicide using a chain.[26] On July 23 at The Homecoming he joined forces with Samoa Joe and James Gibson to face The Rottweilers (Homicide, Low Ki and Ricky Reyes) but again suffered a defeat, with Homicide using the chain this time on Gibson.[27] Lethal challenged Low Ki once more on August 12 at Redemption as part of his ongoing rivalry with The Rottweilers. The match ended in a draw after the enemies fought outside the ring and were counted out. After the match, Homicide came to the ring to attack Lethal, but was stopped by his opponent for the night, Matt Hardy.[28] On August 13 at Punk: The Final Chapter, Lethal and Joe defeated Low Ki and Homicide by disqualification after Homicide hit an elbow drop to the referee.[29] Afterwards the four men brawled all over the arena, with Low Ki Ghetto Stomping Lethal off the bleachers and ending with him giving Lethal the Ki Krusher in the middle of the ring.[29]

At Glory by Honor IV on September 17, Lethal lost to Low Ki in a "Fight Without Honor".[30] He went on to defeat Low Ki later that night, however, in a standard singles match to end their feud.[30] He defeated Sal Rinauro to advance to the finals of the Survival of the Fittest 2005 tournament on September 24, but was eliminated by Roderick Strong.[31] After unsuccessfully challenging Nigel McGuinness for the Pure Championship on October 1,[13] Lethal went undefeated until November 19, when he and Samoa Joe lost to Austin Aries and Roderick Strong in a number one contender's match for the Tag Team Championship.[13] On December 3, 2005, at Steel Cage Warfare, Lethal wrestled Joe in an exhibition match. During the bout, Lethal turned heel by attacking Joe's knee with a chair and then pinned him with the flipping release dragon suplex.[32]

On January 27, 2006, Lethal teamed with Bryan Danielson, losing to Austin Aries and Roderick Strong in a match for the Tag Team Championship.[13] At the Fourth Anniversary Show on February 25, 2006 in Edison, New Jersey, Lethal lost cleanly to Samoa Joe to end their short-lived feud.[13] He departed from the promotion following this, but subsequently returned three times for one-night appearances (working all matches as a face, losing to Pure Champion Nigel McGuinness on May 13,[13] teaming with Colt Cabana on July 15 in a losing effort against Jimmy Rave and Sal Rinauro,[13] and losing a four way survival match against Claudio Castagnoli, Christopher Daniels, and the match winner, Nigel McGuinness on August 5.[13]

Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (2005–present)

X Division

Lethal working for TNA

Lethal debuted in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling on the December 17, 2005 episode of TNA Impact!, losing to X Division Champion and fellow ROH alum Samoa Joe.[33] In January 2006, he was signed to a contract by TNA. He made his pay-per-view debut at Against All Odds in 2006 on February 12, defeating Matt Bentley, Alex Shelley, and Petey Williams in a four way match by pinning Williams.[34]

On the February 18, 2006 episode of Impact!, Lethal defeated Roderick Strong and Shannon Moore to qualify as a member of Team USA, the defending champions in the 2006 World X-Cup.[35] Team USA wrestled their first match at Lockdown on April 23, 2006, losing to Team Japan (Black Tiger IV, Minoru Tanaka and Hirooki Goto) after Black Tiger pinned Lethal with a tiger suplex.[36] On the April 27, 2006 episode of Impact!, Lethal unsuccessfully challenged Samoa Joe for the X Division Championship once again.[37]

In the June 1, 2006 episode of Impact!, Lethal scored a win over Alex Shelley but was attacked by Kevin Nash.[38] During the July 13, 2006 episode, Lethal won a shot at the title of his choosing by defeating Team Canada in an eight-man tag team match.[39] The next week, Lethal challenged Jeff Jarrett for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship, but was defeated following interference from Scott Steiner.[40] Two weeks later, Lethal took part in a five way X Division match to determine the number one contender for the title. Although Petey Williams won the match,[41] one week later Lethal was added to the match, making it a three way match for the X Division title at Hard Justice involving Lethal, Williams and defending champion Senshi. Lethal was pinned by Senshi after Williams hit his Canadian Destroyer.[42] In a strong product placement, Lethal alongside Sonjay Dutt, got fellow X Division superstar Chris Sabin ready for his match at No Surrender by watching clips of Jackass Number Two, which was being heavily promoted by TNA at the time.[43]

One night on Impact!, during Chris Sabin's match with Alex Shelley, Shelley's partner Johnny Devine was pushed in a shopping cart and rammed into the steel post, allowing Sabin to pin Shelley.[44] The following week, Lethal was able to defeat Petey Williams after Sabin and Dutt distracted the referee, allowing Lethal to roll a bowling ball into Petey's groin.[45] Following in this storyline, Lethal went on to defeat Williams again on September 24, 2006 at the No Surrender pay-per-view, following Williams allegedly being given laxatives by stable mate Dutt, rendering him incapable of doing most of his moves, and giving Lethal the victory when Williams could no longer "hold it".[46] He and Dutt were also involved in Sabin's match later in the night with similar antics involving a blow-up doll, but to no avail as Sabin would lose the match despite the interference.[46] These, too, were designed as advertising for Jackass Number Two, as were other moments for Mortal Kombat: Armageddon. In December 2006, Kevin Nash recruited Lethal, Senshi, Austin Starr, Sonjay Dutt and Alex Shelley to compete in a tournament known as the Paparazzi Championship Series. The series included a push-up contest, musical chairs, Limbo contest, Texas Hold'em and a few others, although Lethal did not win the tournament. Also included in the PCS was "Paparazzi Idol", a takeoff on American Idol. Even though Lethal attempted to sing, the traditional way for a contestant to win, it was disliked by the judges. Judge Kevin Nash suggested that Lethal do an impression, to which Lethal responded with a spot-on impression of wrestling legend "Macho Man" Randy Savage.

Black Machismo

Since the PCS, Lethal and Dutt were taken under the wing of Kevin Nash who said he would give them an extreme makeover, which in Lethal's case, had him in a gimmick where he impersonated "Macho Man" Randy Savage. On the April 12, 2007 edition of Impact!, Nash introduced Lethal, who was led to the ring by a remixed version of Pomp and Circumstance and dressed in full "Macho Man" attire, as "Black Machismo" Jay Lethal. He imitated Savage's trademark catchprase "Oh Yeah!", and was able to defeat Chris Sabin using many of Savage's signature in-ring maneuvers and mannerisms, most notably his finisher, the diving elbow drop.[47]

Lethal at Lockdown

At the Lockdown pay-per-view on April 15, 2007, Lethal nearly won the X Division title from Chris Sabin in a five-person Xscape match (five start the match in the cage; the first three eliminations are done by pinfall or submission; the final two must then try to escape the cage, with the first one to exit being declared the winner). Lethal and Sabin were both climbing over the same side of the cage, fighting as they went, and Sabin kicked Lethal's leg so that his leg went through the bars of the cage, trapping him there while Sabin jumped down and won the match.[48] On the April 26 episode of Impact! Lethal and tag team partner, Sonjay Dutt won a shot at the TNA X Division Championship held by Chris Sabin at Sacrifice. Dutt, however, was unhappy at Lethal getting the pinfall.[49] After their loss to Sabin at Sacrifice, both Dutt and Lethal started brawling until Kevin Nash came out and separated the two until Dutt kicked Nash and stormed out of the ring visibly upset.[50]

On May 8, TNA Mobile announced that Randy Savage himself called Jay Lethal and said that he loved the "Black Machismo" character as the two spoke on the phone for several minutes. However, Lethal subsequently expressed doubt over whether he had really spoken with Savage as the Macho Man's trademark voice is easily imitated. At Slammiversary, he defeated Chris Sabin for the X Division Championship, his first title in TNA.[51] Only days later, however, on the following Impact!, he lost the title to Samoa Joe after Chris Sabin was pinned, in a Match of Champions triple threat qualifying match.[52] At Victory Road Lethal competed in an Ultimate X gauntlet match in a losing effort after Christopher Daniels retrieved the X.[53] At Hard Justice Lethal and Sonjay Dutt defeated Triple X's Christopher Daniels and Senshi and The Motor City Machineguns in a 3-way tag match when Lethal pinned Daniels.[54] This led to Jim Cornette booking a match on the August 16 edition of Impact! pitting Daniels versus Lethal with the winner becoming the number one contender to the X Division title, which Lethal would go on to win.[55] As a result of that Lethal would go on to face Triple Crown champion Kurt Angle for the X Division title at No Surrender, where Lethal would beat Angle cleanly with a roll-up to win the X Division Championship for the second time.[51]

Lethal then began teaming with The Motor City Machineguns (a fan favorite-turned Chris Sabin and Alex Shelley) in a feud against Team 3D (Brother Ray and Brother Devon) and Johnny Devine. 3D claimed the entire X Division were just "little boys" and that they needed to be toughened up. 3D stole Lethal's X Division title belt, which was subsequently carried by Devine. In an attempt to reclaim the belt, Lethal faced Devine in a ladder match. Devine won the match and officially became X Division Champion after 3D interfered. Lethal ended the feud and won the title back by pinning Devine in a six-man street fight at Against All Odds.[51] On April 17, 2008, Lethal lost his X Division title after Petey Williams attacked him from behind and "cashed in" his opportunity for his X Division title shot.[56]

Story with SoCal Val

Lethal after winning the Steel Asylum at Bound for Glory IV.

On the next episode of Impact!, Lethal proposed to his on-screen girlfriend SoCal Val that they get married at Slammiversary, which she accepted. Sonjay Dutt crashed the wedding, however, by claiming he should marry Val and attacking Lethal.[57] On the next two Impact! Lethal attacked Dutt out of rage when Dutt claimed that Val loved him.[58][59] On the next Impact! So Cal Val said that she wanted to put off the wedding.[60] Dutt and Lethal met at Victory Road in a one on one contest, which Dutt won after Val pleaded with Lethal to stop hurting Dutt, which allowed Dutt to take advantage and roll up Lethal.[61] Lethal proposed to Val again, but found that her ring was missing, as Dutt had stolen it. Lethal and Dutt would meet again in a Black Tie and Chain match at Hard Justice, which Lethal won, even though Val left, and distracted Lethal, because Lethal wouldn't stop hurting Dutt.[62] During a segment of Karen's Angle, Dutt confronted Val and attempted to seduce her, until Lethal arrived and accidentally elbowed Val in the face.[63] On September 14, Dutt won a "Ladder of Love match" against Lethal after Val turned on Lethal by giving him a low blow, which allowed Dutt to climb the ladder and get the wedding ring.[64]

Lethal Consequences

At Bound for Glory IV Lethal won the Steel Asylum match to become the number 1 contender to the X Division title.[65] On the October 23 episode of Impact! Sheik Abdul Bashir defeated Lethal to retain the championship.[66] On the October 30 episode of Impact!, Lethal along with A.J. Styles, Samoa Joe, Consequences Creed, Petey Williams, Eric Young, O.D.B. and The Motor City Machineguns formed a faction of younger wrestlers known as the TNA Frontline to oppose The Main Event Mafia.[67]

On December 6, Lethal won one of the Feast or Fired briefcases, which was later revealed to contain a World Tag Team Championship match.[68] On the January 8, 2009 edition of Impact!, Lethal and Consequences Creed won the World Tag Team Titles after cashing in the briefcase and defeating then-champions Beer Money, Inc. (Robert Roode and James Storm) after Roode's match with Matt Morgan.[69] However, they quickly lost the titles back to Beer Money, Inc. at the Genesis pay-per-view on January 11.[70] On January 15, Lethal and Creed won the number one contender's spot for the Tag Team Titles.[71]

Upon becoming the number one contenders, Lethal and Creed formed a long-term tag team known as Lethal Consequences (a combination of their ring names) and then started a feud with The Motor City Machineguns (Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin) after dissention between the Guns and the Frontline. They were scheduled a match with the Guns on February 5, but Beer Money interfered in Creed's entrance, injuring his left shoulder. Frontline member Eric Young substituted for Creed, winning the match with a Death Valley driver to both Shelley and Sabin.[72] Beer Money then went on to retain the title at Against All Odds due to Creed's shoulder injury.[73] After their title match, Lethal Consequences continued their feud with the Motor City Machineguns, with both teams winning one match apiece over the next two weeks.

At Destination X, Lethal competed in an Ultimate X match for the X Division Championship, along with Consequences Creed, Chris Sabin, Alex Shelley and Suicide, however he was unsuccessful.[74]

On April 24, 2009, it was announced on TNAWrestling.com that Lethal had signed a new multi-year deal with the company.[75]

On the November 5, 2009, edition of Impact! Jay Lethal announced an open invitational challenge. Due to the announcement of Hulk Hogan joining TNA, Lethal challenged wrestling legends to take him on.[76] The following week, Jim Neidhart answered the challenge and defeated Lethal.[77] The series continued on the December 17 edition of Impact!, when Tatanka answered the challenge and defeated Lethal in a singles match.[78]

Personal life and other media

Shipman is currently in a relationship with WWE developmental wrestler April Jeanette, better known by her ring names Miss April and AJ Lee.[1] Shipman, under his Jay Lethal ring name, had a brief appearance in the critically acclaimed 2008 film The Wrestler.[79]

In wrestling

Lethal at Bound for Glory IV.

Championships and accomplishments

  • American Championship Entertainment
    • ACE Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Mo Sexton[1]
  • American Wrestling Alliance
    • AWA Heavyweight Championship (1 time)[85]
    • AWA Lightweight Championship (1 time)[89]
    • AWA Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Rob Vegas[90]
  • Big Time Wrestling
    • BTW Heavyweight Championship (1 time)[91]
  • International High Powered Wrestling
    • IHPW Diamond Division Championship (1 time)[85]
    • IHPW United States Heavyweight Championship (1 time)[1]
  • Jersey Championship Wrestling
    • JCW J-Cup Championship (1 time)[96]
    • JCW Light Heavyweight Championship (1 time)[97]
    • JCW Television Championship (1 time)[98]
  • National Wrestling Superstars
  • Politically Incorrect Wrestling
    • PIW World Championship (1 time)[100]
  • Pro-Wrestling ELITE
    • PWE Interstate Championship (1 time)[85]
  • Unreal Championship Wrestling
    • UCW United States Heavyweight Championship (1 time)[1]
    • UCW World Heavyweight Championship (1 time)[1]

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