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Joey Ryan
Ring name(s) Joey Ryan
Forsaken[1]
Gallinero I[1]
Joey Blalock[1]
Billed height 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)[2]
Billed weight 210 lb (95 kg)[2]
Born Los Angeles, California[1]
Resides Los Angeles, California[2]
Billed from Los Angeles, California
Trained by Brian Kendrick[2]
Debut September 1, 2000[2]

Joseph "Joey" Ryan Meehan[1] (born November 7, 1979)[1] is an American professional wrestler from Southern California best known by his ringname Joey Ryan. He is a former Pro Wrestling Guerrilla World Champion, Pro Wrestling Guerrilla Tag Team Champion with "The Professional" Scott Lost and former NWA World Tag Team Champion with Karl Anderson. He is currently performing for various wrestling promotions, most notably being Pro Wrestling Guerrilla. He worked for the short-lived MTV promotion Wrestling Society X. He also works for WWE on a regular basis as local talent. He is currently the head trainer at Mach One Wrestling's training school in Anaheim, California.

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Career

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Pro Wrestling Guerrilla

Joey Ryan is one of the six founders of SoCal promotion Pro Wrestling Guerrilla, collectively known as the "PWG Six". He began in PWG as part of the X-Foundation with Funky Billy Kim and "The Professional" Scott Lost. They teamed together at PWG's first show, losing to the team of Adam Pearce, Hardcore Kidd, and Al Katrazz.[3] Ryan then took part in the Bad Ass Mother 3000 tournament to determine the first PWG Champion. Ryan made it to the finals, but lost to Frankie Kazarian.[4] Ryan then teamed with Scott Lost in the Tango & Cash Invitational tournament for the PWG Tag Team Championship. They made it to the semi-finals, but lost to Super Dragon and American Dragon.[5] Ryan and Lost won the titles at the next show by defeating inaugural champions Homicide and B-Boy,[6] but lost them in their first defense against Quicksilver and Chris Bosh.[7] Ryan continued teaming with the X-Foundation, and regained the tag team titles with Scott Lost on June 19, 2004 at Rocktoberfest.[8] Problems began within the X-Foundation, leading to a ladder match between Joey Ryan and Scott Lost for the titles. Scott Lost won the match and chose Chris Bosh as his new partner.[9][10] At Use Your Illusion 4, Ryan lost a 60 Minute Iron Man match to Super Dragon.[11]

Ryan in the ring at DDT4 in 2008.

Ryan then had a brief absence from PWG. When he returned, he began teaming with Scott Lost and Chris Bosh, which lead many to question his actions. He would then set out to prove that he is the best technical wrestler. He challenged and defeated many wrestlers who are known to have great technical skills, such as Alex Shelley,[12] Claudio Castagnoli,[13] Rocky Romero,[14] and Chris Hero.[15] Though he won the matches, Ryan had to cheat and use help from Lost or Bosh to win, since he would usually be outwrestled each match. On December 3, 2005, at Chanukah Chaos (The C's Are Silent), Joey Ryan beat Kevin Steen for the PWG Championship after Super Dragon, who was feuding with the Champion, gave Steen two Psycho Drivers.[16] He made his first defense at CZW's Cage of Death 7 against El Generico.[17] Ryan began defeating a number of wrestlers using some under handed tactic or a sheer stroke of luck on his behalf. It was around this time that Ryan changed his appearance to resemble Tom Selleck from Magnum, P.I., which included a big moustache. He even changed his finisher name from the Duff Drop to the Moustache Ride. Some of the wrestlers he has defeated include Chris Kanyon,[18] Human Tornado,[19] Chris Bosh,[20] A.J. Styles,[21] Emil Sitoci,[22] Jonny Storm,[23] Kevin Steen,[24] Chris Sabin,[25] Super Dragon, Necro Butcher,[26] Frankie Kazarian,[27] Davey Richards,[28] and B-Boy.[29] Ryan became at the time the longest reigning champion, and made the title a World title in the process by defending it in Europe.

He went on to form a stable known as The Dynasty, consisting of himself, Scorpio Sky, Scott Lost, and Chris Bosh. The four screwed the then PWG World Tag Team Champs Super Dragon and Davey Richards, ending their dominant reign as tag champs. Ryan would proceed to give Super Dragon a Mustache Ride through two tables, putting him on the shelf. After holding the PWG title for a little over a year, winning usually due to cheating and interference, Ryan lost the title to Human Tornado in a Guerrilla Warfare match on January 13, 2007 at Based on a True Story.[30] On July 7, 2008, Ryan and Karl Anderson defeated the teams of Billy Kidman and Sean Waltman and Sicodelico, Jr. and Incognito to become the first post-TNA-era NWA World Tag Team Champions. On January 27, 2008 Ryan and Scott Lost were awarded the PWG World Tag Team Championship after the titles were stripped off Super Dragon and Davey Richards.[31] They eventually lost the belts to El Generico and Kevin Steen on March 21 at 1.21 Gigawatts.[32]

World Wrestling Entertainment

Ryan has appeared in several matches for the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), competing in losing efforts against Rosey, Sylvain Grenier,[2] The Gymini,[2] Mark Henry,[2] John Morrison, Super Crazy and two times against The Big Show.[2] He was shown during a vignette for the Floyd Mayweather vs. The Big Show bout at WrestleMania XXIV. The video of him was from SmackDown when he faced The Big Show a few weeks earlier. He is also featured in The Big Show's titantron entrance video.

Ring of Honor

Ryan appeared on the April 8, 2009 ROH Video Wire with the video implying he was coming soon.[33] He then appeared in the April 21, 2009 ROH Video Wire, claiming he was bringing "sleazy" to Ring of Honor.[34] On April 29, 2009 he appeared on ROH Video Wire saying that Boston & Edison should get ready for their "date with a rock superstar" and that he would "rape" ROH of its honor.[35]

Ryan made his official debut as a part of The Embassy on May 9, teaming with Jimmy Rave and Claudio Castagnoli to defeat Brent Albright, Colt Cabana and Erick Stevens. He made his first apperance on Ring of Honor Wrestling on September 18, lossing to Cabana.[36] Ryan would then go on to defeat Roderick Strong in his second match on ROH on HDNet, with help from Prince Nana.[37] He would then take part in a Four Corner Survival Match against Delirious, Sonjay Dutt and Necro Butcher, which Delirious won by pinning Dutt.[38]

In wrestling

  • Finishing moves
  • Signature moves
  • Finishing moves
  • Signature moves
  • "The Technical Wizard"[1]
  • "Magnum"[1]
  • "The Draw"

Championships and accomplishments

  • California Wrestling Alliance
  • CWA Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Scott Lost[2]
  • Pacific Coast Wrestling
  • PCW Heavyweight Championship (1 time)[2]
  • PCW MAXimum Championship (1 time)[2]
  • PCW Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Scott Lost[2]
  • PWI ranked him # 183 of the 500 best singles wrestlers in the PWI 500 in 2008
  • SoCalUncensored.com
  • Southern California Tag Team of the Year (2002) with Scott Lost[2]
  • Southern California Match of the Year (2004) vs. Super Dragon, October 23, 2004
  • Southern California Wrestler of the Year (2006)
  • World Class Wrestling Alliance
  • WCWA California Championship (1 time)[2]
  • WCWA Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Scott Lost[47]
  • World Power Wrestling
  • WPW Cruiserweight Championship (1 time)[2]
  • WPW Hardcore Championship (1 time)[2]
  • WPW Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Scott Lost

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  30. ^ "Based on a True Story". Pro Wrestling Guerrilla. http://www.prowrestlingguerrilla.com/results/2007/show0063.html. Retrieved 2009-12-05. 
  31. ^ "Pearl Habra". Pro Wrestling Guerrilla. http://www.prowrestlingguerrilla.com/results/2008/show0084.html. Retrieved 2009-12-05. 
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Joey Ryan
Ring name(s) Forsaken[1]
Gallinero I[1]
Joey Blalock[1]
Joey Ryan
Billed height 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)[2]
Billed weight 210 lb (95 kg)[2]
Born November 7, 1979 (1979-11-07) (age 31)[3]
Los Angeles, California[1]
Resides Los Angeles, California[2]
Billed from Los Angeles, California
Trained by Brian Kendrick[2]
Debut September 1, 2000[2]

Joseph Ryan "Joey" Meehan[1] (born November 7, 1979)[1] is an American professional wrestler from Southern California best known by his ringname Joey Ryan. He is a former Pro Wrestling Guerrilla World Champion, Pro Wrestling Guerrilla Tag Team Champion with "The Professional" Scott Lost and former NWA World Tag Team Champion with Karl Anderson. He is currently performing for various wrestling promotions, most notably being Pro Wrestling Guerrilla. He worked for the short-lived MTV promotion Wrestling Society X. He also works for WWE on a regular basis as local talent. He is currently the head trainer at Mach One Wrestling's training school in Anaheim, California.

Contents

Career

Pro Wrestling Guerrilla

Joey Ryan is one of the six founders of SoCal promotion Pro Wrestling Guerrilla, collectively known as the "PWG Six". He began in PWG as part of the X-Foundation with Funky Billy Kim and "The Professional" Scott Lost. They teamed together at PWG's first show, losing to the team of Adam Pearce, Hardcore Kidd, and Al Katrazz.[4] Ryan then took part in the Bad Ass Mother 3000 tournament to determine the first PWG Champion. Ryan made it to the finals, but lost to Frankie Kazarian.[5] Ryan then teamed with Scott Lost in the Tango & Cash Invitational tournament for the PWG Tag Team Championship. They made it to the semi-finals, but lost to Super Dragon and American Dragon.[6] Ryan and Lost won the titles at the next show by defeating inaugural champions Homicide and B-Boy,[7] but lost them in their first defense against Quicksilver and Chris Bosh.[8] Ryan continued teaming with the X-Foundation, and regained the tag team titles with Scott Lost on June 19, 2004 at Rocktoberfest.[9] Problems began within the X-Foundation, leading to a ladder match between Joey Ryan and Scott Lost for the titles. Scott Lost won the match and chose Chris Bosh as his new partner.[10][11] At Use Your Illusion 4, Ryan lost a 60 Minute Iron Man match to Super Dragon.[12]

File:Joey Ryan
Ryan in the ring at DDT4 in 2008.

Ryan then had a brief absence from PWG. When he returned, he began teaming with Scott Lost and Chris Bosh, which lead many to question his actions. He would then set out to prove that he is the best technical wrestler. He challenged and defeated many wrestlers who are known to have great technical skills, such as Alex Shelley,[13] Claudio Castagnoli,[14] Rocky Romero,[15] and Chris Hero.[16] Though he won the matches, Ryan had to cheat and use help from Lost or Bosh to win, since he would usually be outwrestled each match. On December 3, 2005, at Chanukah Chaos (The C's Are Silent), Joey Ryan beat Kevin Steen for the PWG Championship after Super Dragon, who was feuding with the Champion, gave Steen two Psycho Drivers.[17] He made his first defense at CZW's Cage of Death 7 against El Generico.[18] Ryan began defeating a number of wrestlers using some under handed tactic or a sheer stroke of luck on his behalf. It was around this time that Ryan changed his appearance to resemble Tom Selleck from Magnum, P.I., which included a big moustache. He even changed his finisher name from the Duff Drop to the Moustache Ride. Some of the wrestlers he has defeated include Chris Kanyon,[19] Human Tornado,[20] Chris Bosh,[21] A.J. Styles,[22] Emil Sitoci,[23] Jonny Storm,[24] Kevin Steen,[25] Chris Sabin,[26] Super Dragon, Necro Butcher,[27] Frankie Kazarian,[28] Davey Richards,[29] and B-Boy.[30] Ryan became at the time the longest reigning champion, and made the title a World title in the process by defending it in Europe.

He went on to form a stable known as The Dynasty, consisting of himself, Scorpio Sky, Scott Lost, and Chris Bosh. The four screwed the then PWG World Tag Team Champs Super Dragon and Davey Richards, ending their dominant reign as tag champs. Ryan would proceed to give Super Dragon a Mustache Ride through two tables, putting him on the shelf. After holding the PWG title for a little over a year, winning usually due to cheating and interference, Ryan lost the title to Human Tornado in a Guerrilla Warfare match on January 13, 2007 at Based on a True Story.[31] On July 7, 2008, Ryan and Karl Anderson defeated the teams of Billy Kidman and Sean Waltman and Sicodelico, Jr. and Incognito to become the first post-TNA-era NWA World Tag Team Champions. On January 27, 2008 Ryan and Scott Lost were awarded the PWG World Tag Team Championship after the titles were stripped off Super Dragon and Davey Richards.[32] They eventually lost the belts to El Generico and Kevin Steen on March 21 at 1.21 Gigawatts.[33] During the summer of 2009, Ryan attempted to stop Chris Hero's reign as the PWG World Champion in order to retain his record as the longest reigning PWG World Champion in history, but after he failed to regain the title in two separate title matches, Hero broke Ryan's record on August 17, 2009.[34][35] Shortly afterwards Ryan turned face and on September 5, entered the 2010 Battle of Los Angeles, defeating Chuck Taylor in his first round match.[36] The following night Ryan defeated Austin Aries and Claudio Castagnoli to advance to the finals, where he defeated Chris Hero to win the 2010 Battle of Los Angeles.[37] When Davey Richards was after the tournament stripped of the PWG World Championship, Ryan and the three other Battle of Los Angeles semifinalists, Brandon Gatson, Chris Hero and Claudio Castagnoli, were placed in a four–way match to determine a new champion.[38] On October 9, 2010, at The Curse of Guerrilla Island, Ryan failed in his attempt to regain the PWG World Championship, when he was defeated by Claudio Castagnoli.[39][40]

World Wrestling Entertainment

Ryan has appeared in several matches for the World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), competing in losing efforts against Rosey, Sylvain Grenier,[2] The Gymini,[2] Mark Henry,[2] John Morrison, Super Crazy and two times against The Big Show.[2] He was shown during a vignette for the Floyd Mayweather vs. The Big Show bout at WrestleMania XXIV. The video of him was from SmackDown when he faced The Big Show a few weeks earlier. He is also featured in The Big Show's titantron entrance video.

Ring of Honor

Ryan appeared on the April 8, 2009 ROH Video Wire with the video implying he was coming soon.[41] He then appeared in the April 21, 2009 ROH Video Wire, claiming he was bringing "sleazy" to Ring of Honor.[42] On April 29, 2009 he appeared on ROH Video Wire saying that Boston & Edison should get ready for their "date with a rock superstar" and that he would "rape" ROH of its honor.[43]

Ryan made his official debut as a part of The Embassy on May 9, teaming with Jimmy Rave and Claudio Castagnoli to defeat Brent Albright, Colt Cabana and Erick Stevens. He made his first appearance on Ring of Honor Wrestling on September 18, losing to Cabana.[44] Ryan would then go on to defeat Roderick Strong in his second match on ROH on HDNet, with help from Prince Nana.[45] He would then take part in a Four Corner Survival Match against Delirious, Sonjay Dutt and Necro Butcher, which Delirious won by pinning Dutt.[46]

In wrestling

  • Finishing moves
  • Signature moves
  • Finishing moves
  • Signature moves
  • "The Technical Wizard"[1]
  • "Magnum"[1]
  • "The Draw"
  • "Hollywood's Own"

Championships and accomplishments

  • Alternative Wrestling Show
  • California Wrestling Alliance
    • CWA Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Scott Lost[2]
  • Pacific Coast Wrestling
    • PCW Heavyweight Championship (1 time)[2]
    • PCW MAXimum Championship (1 time)[2]
    • PCW Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Scott Lost[2]
  • SoCalUncensored.com
    • Southern California Tag Team of the Year (2002) with Scott Lost[2]
    • Southern California Match of the Year (2004) vs. Super Dragon, October 23, 2004[56]
    • Southern California Wrestler of the Year (2006)[57]
  • World Class Wrestling Alliance
    • WCWA California Championship (1 time)[2]
    • WCWA Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Scott Lost[58]
  • World Power Wrestling
    • WPW Cruiserweight Championship (1 time)[2]
    • WPW Hardcore Championship (1 time)[2]
    • WPW Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Scott Lost

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  5. ^ "Bad Ass Mother 3000 - Stage 2". Pro Wrestling Guerrilla. http://www.prowrestlingguerrilla.com/results/2003/show0003.html. Retrieved 2009-12-05. 
  6. ^ "Tango & Cash Invitational - Night 2". Pro Wrestling Guerrilla. http://www.prowrestlingguerrilla.com/results/2004/show0008.html. Retrieved 2009-12-05. 
  7. ^ "Taste The Radness". Pro Wrestling Guerrilla. http://www.prowrestlingguerrilla.com/results/2004/show0009.html. Retrieved 2009-12-05. 
  8. ^ "Kee_ The _ee Out Of Our _ool!". Pro Wrestling Guerrilla. http://www.prowrestlingguerrilla.com/results/2004/show0011.html. Retrieved 2009-12-05. 
  9. ^ "Rocktoberfest". Pro Wrestling Guerrilla. http://www.prowrestlingguerrilla.com/results/2004/show0014.html. Retrieved 2009-12-05. 
  10. ^ "The Next Show". Pro Wrestling Guerrilla. http://www.prowrestlingguerrilla.com/results/2004/show0017.html. Retrieved 2009-12-05. 
  11. ^ "Arrogance ("Photogenic" Chris Bosh & "The Professional" Scott Lost)". Pro Wrestling Guerrilla. http://www.prowrestlingguerrilla.com/results/world_tag_team_champion/champion006.html. Retrieved 2009-12-05. 
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  13. ^ "Guitarmageddon". Pro Wrestling Guerrilla. http://www.prowrestlingguerrilla.com/results/2005/show0028.html. Retrieved 2009-12-05. 
  14. ^ "Zombies Shouldn't Run". Pro Wrestling Guerrilla. http://www.prowrestlingguerrilla.com/results/2005/show0031.html. Retrieved 2009-12-05. 
  15. ^ "Smells Like Steen Spirit". Pro Wrestling Guerrilla. http://www.prowrestlingguerrilla.com/results/2005/show0032.html. Retrieved 2009-12-05. 
  16. ^ "After School Special". Pro Wrestling Guerrilla. http://www.prowrestlingguerrilla.com/results/2005/show0035.html. Retrieved 2009-12-05. 
  17. ^ "Chanukah Chaos (The C's Are Silent)". Pro Wrestling Guerrilla. http://www.prowrestlingguerrilla.com/results/2005/show0039.html. Retrieved 2009-12-05. 
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  19. ^ "Astonishing X-Mas". Pro Wrestling Guerrilla. http://www.prowrestlingguerrilla.com/results/2005/show0040.html. Retrieved 2009-12-05. 
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