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Johnny Jeter
Ring name(s) Conquistador Dos[1]
Jayden Jeter[2]
Johnny[1][3]
Johnny Jeter[3]
Height 6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)[3]
Weight 224 lb (102 kg)[3]
Born December 14, 1981 (1981-12-14) (age 28)[3]
San Diego, California[3]
Trained by Nick Dinsmore[1][3]
Debut 2001[3]

John "Johnny" Jeter[1][3] (born December 14, 1981)[3] is an American professional wrestler best known for his appearances in World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) as Spirit Squad member Johnny on the Raw brand in 2006.[1]

Jeter was trained by professional wrestler Nick Dinsmore, and made his wrestling debut in 2001. He began working for Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW), which led to him signing a developmental contract with WWE in 2003. In 2004, while at OVW, he began competing in tag team competition with Matt Cappotelli where they were known as the Thrillseekers. The team won the OVW Southern Tag Team Championship, but would lose it in April 2005. Three months later, Jeter focused on singles competition, winning the OVW Heavyweight Championship, and disbanding his association with Cappotelli. After losing the OVW Heavyweight Championship, Jeter became part of the Spirit Squad. The team debuted on Raw in January 2006, and won the World Tag Team Championship once.

The following year, Jeter had brief stints with OVW, SmackDown, and ECW, and was later released from his WWE contract before January 2008. After his release, he returned to OVW.

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Professional wrestling career

Ohio Valley Wrestling (2001–2005)

After being trained by Nick Dinsmore, Jeter debuted in 2001, and began working for Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW). In 2003, he signed a contract with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), and continued to wrestle in OVW, which was WWE's developmental territory, although he occasionally made appearances in dark matches for WWE.[4] In one of his earliest dark matches, Jeter teamed with Nova in a loss to Chuck Palumbo and Nunzio on the February 23, 2003 episode of Velocity. His pay-per-view debut was at the 2003 Vengeance event, when Jeter appeared as the masked Conquistador #2 in the APA's Barroom Brawl match.[1]

In 2004, Jeter formed a tag team with Matt Cappotelli known as the Thrillseekers. The Thrillseekers wrestled in several dark matches before both Raw and SmackDown, defeating the teams of Johnny Nitro and Chris Cage, and MNM.[1][3] On January 19, 2005, The Thrillseekers defeated MNM to win the OVW Southern Tag Team Championship.[5] They successfully defended the championship against MNM and The Heart Throbs, before losing it to the Blond Bombers (Tank and Chad Toland) on April 6.[1][5]

On July 27, The Thrillseekers defeated MNM to become the number one contenders to the Tag Team Championship, in a match with the added stipulation that whoever gained the pin would receive a match for the OVW Heavyweight Championship. The Thrillseekers got simultaneous pins, but it was Jeter who received the championship match.[1] On August 3, Jeter defeated the OVW Heavyweight Champion, Brent Albright, to win the championship, after Ken Anderson and Daniel Puder interfered on his behalf.[1][6] After the match, Jeter turned into a heel (villainous character) by attacking Cappotelli, who had suffered an injury. In the following weeks, Jeter also attacked Albright, announcer Dean Hill, and official Danny Davis.[1][7][8]

Jeter quickly formed an alliance with Ken Anderson, who helped him retain the championship on several occasions. They later added Paul Burchill to the alliance as an enforcer.[1] After holding the OVW Heavyweight Championship for five months, Jeter lost it to Cappotelli in a two out of three falls match on November 9, 2005.[1][6] Jeter challenged Cappotelli on numerous occasions Cappotelli in an attempt to regain the championship, but was unsuccessful.[1]

Spirit Squad (2006)

In OVW, he became a part of the Spirit Squad, a faction using the in-ring personas of male cheerleaders, using the name "Johnny".[1] On January 23, 2006, they had their WWE television debut as a group, appearing on Raw and helping Jonathan Coachman win a Royal Rumble qualifying match against Jerry "The King" Lawler by distracting Lawler and performing cheers for Coachman.[9] They later became a part of the on-going scripted feud between WWE chairman Vince McMahon and Shawn Michaels. The heel (villainous) McMahon brought in the Squad to attack Michaels on numerous occasions, including placing them in multiple handicap matches.[10][11]

Johnny (right) with Nicky (left) and Mikey (center) in the Spirit Squad

They also wrestled in the tag team division, and on April 3, on Raw, won the World Tag Team Championship when Kenny and Mikey, with outside help from the other three Squad members, defeated Kane and The Big Show.[12][13] After winning the championship, all five members of the Spirit Squad were recognized as the champions, allowing any combination of them to defend the championship.[1]

In May, McMahon signed another handicap match, with the Spirit Squad facing Michaels. The Spirit Squad instead attacked Michaels before the match had started, and Triple H came out to help the Squad. Triple H felt disrespected, however, and as a result, helped Michaels instead.[14] This led to Triple H and Michaels reforming D-Generation X (DX) and they began a feud with the Spirit Squad.[15][16] DX played various sophomoric jokes on the Squad and the McMahons, as well as defeating the Spirit Squad in handicap tag team matches at Vengeance and a clean sweep in an elimination handicap match at Saturday Night's Main Event.[16][17][18]

At the same time as their feud with DX and their alignment with McMahon, the Squad also wrestled other teams in Raw's tag division over their World Tag Team Championship, successfully defending the championship against the teams of Jim Duggan and Eugene, Charlie Haas and Viscera, and Snitsky and Val Venis.[19] They then entered a lengthy feud with The Highlanders, whom they eventually defeated to retain the championship at the Unforgiven pay-per-view in September.[20][21] The Squad as a whole later began a losing streak with Johnny, Mikey, and Mitch losing singles matches to Ric Flair on consecutive episodes of Raw.[22][23][24] After two consecutive losses to the debuting Cryme Tyme, Kenny announced that he was going to defeat Flair, and was successful with the help of the other Squad members.[25][26] It was then announced that Flair and a legend, selected by interactive voting, would wrestle the team for the World Tag Team Championship at the Cyber Sunday pay-per-view in early November.[26] The fans chose Roddy Piper, and he and Flair defeated Kenny and Mikey to win the championship.[27]

The group disbanded on the November 27 episode of Raw, when they were defeated in a five-on-three handicap match by DX and Flair. In a backstage segment later that night, DX placed all members into a crate stamped "OVW, Louisville, Kentucky", a reference to the developmental territory from which the Squad had come.[28]

Following the breakup of the Spirit Squad, Johnny became the second member of the team to return, coming back during a 30-man battle royal on the December 18, 2006 episode of Raw, wearing new wrestling attire.[4][29]

Return to developmental territories (2007)

Jeter made his return to OVW on February 14, 2007, by defeating Deuve in a dark match prior to the television tapings.[30] He competed in several dark matches before the OVW television tapings over the next several months, wrestling people including Domino, Cody Runnels, and Shawn Spears.[3] In May 2007, Jeter challenged Shawn Spears for the OVW Television Championship, but was unsuccessful.[31] In June, he formed a team with Seth Skyfire, before returning to competing in the singles division.[3] He challenged Paul Burchill for the OVW Heavyweight Championship in mid-2008, but was unsuccessful.[32]

Beginning in August, Jeter made numerous appearances in dark matches prior to Raw and SmackDown!.[3] He also wrestled at ECW live events.[3] Beginning with the October 17, 2007 live event in Manchester, England, Jeter changed his ring name to "Jayden Jeter".[2] In June 2008, it was revealed that Jeter had been quietly released from his contract before January 2008.[3][4]

Return to OVW (2008)

After his WWE release, Jeter returned to OVW in January 2008.[3] He competed in several dark matches prior to the the television tapings, wrestling Matt Sydal, J.D. Micheals, and Chris Cage.[3]

Personal life

Jeter is good friends with his former Spirit Squad teammates, and all five stay in contact.[33]

In wrestling

Championships and accomplishments

See also

References

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