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Cryme Tyme

JTG (left) and Shad (right)
Tag Team
Members JTG
Shad Gaspard
Name(s) Cryme Tyme
Crime Time
The Gang Stars
Shad Gaspard and The Neighborhoodie
Heights JTG:
6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)[1]
Shad:
6 ft 7 in (2.01 m)[2]
Combined
weight
530 lb (240 kg)[2][1]
Billed from Brooklyn, New York
Former
member(s)
Eve (valet)
Debut 2006
Promotions OVW
WWE
JAPW
Trainer OVW staff

Cryme Tyme (also spelled Crime Time) is a professional wrestling tag team that is currently signed to World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), wrestling on its SmackDown brand.

The team consists of JTG (born Jayson Paul on December 10, 1984)[3][4] and Shad (born Shad Chad Javier Romane Chittick Gaspard on January 13, 1981)[5], an over-the-top parody of stereotypical street thugs.[6]

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Early lives

Of Haitian and Curaçaon descent, Shad Gaspard was born in Brooklyn, New York.[7][8] Shad is the son of Benjamin Gaspard, a former street enforcer for street gangs and personal security guard in the early 1970s, who now owns Mcfay Contracting Inc. Shad is the third of six siblings.[7]

At five years old Gaspard's father began training him in boxing and at age eight he began training in a mixture of different martial arts, developing into a successful amateur fighter and earning the nickname "Beast" from his mother. By sixteen, Gaspard began prize fighting for promoter “Hardbody Harrison”,[7] a former World Championship Wrestling wrestler and FX Tough Man Champion, in bar fighting tournaments such as Boxing, Kickboxing, Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), and tough man competitions.[7] Even though Gaspard was only sixteen years old, he competed against adults who were older than him by five to twenty years.[7] Gaspard holds won-loss records as a No Holds Barred fighter (35-7) and an amateur boxer (57-26).[7]

Gaspard was extensively involved in athletics during his high school years, specializing in wrestling, track, and basketball.[7][9] After high school, he continued to play basketball at Georgia Perimeter College,[7] and after leaving, he became a bodyguard for several rappers and actors, including Puff Daddy, Cuba Gooding, Jr., and Mike Tyson.[7]

Though the Cryme Tyme gimmick was mostly parody, Gaspard has been arrested numerous times, including arrests for assault in New York, New Jersey, Florida, Kentucky, Ohio, Georgia, Illinois, and California; looting and robbery in New York and Georgia; and drug-trafficking in Atlanta.[7]

History

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Ohio Valley Wrestling (2006-2007)

Gaspard qualified for the finals of the reality television program Tough Enough 2 in 2002, but was disqualified and replaced after failing a physical.[9] He was recruited by WWE talent scout Tom Prichard and trained with Sgt Dwayne Bruce for six months[10] before debuting in Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW) under the ring name Da Beast.[11] He acted as part of the stable Bolin Services, acting as an enforcer

JTG, meanwhile had debuted as Just Too Good in OVW and after two matches was repackaged as The Neighborhoodie and placed into a tag team with Gaspard, under his own name, that later used the name The Gang Stars. In OVW, they held the OVW Southern Tag Team Championship, defeating Roadkill and Kasey James on May 24, 2006 in their first match as a team. After they won the championships, they entered into a feud with CM Punk who teamed up with Kane to defeat them and Simon Dean in a handicap match. Punk and Kane won a title match but by disqualification, so the championships did not change hands. They retained the belts in a gauntlet match but later in the month lost the belts to Punk and Seth Skyfire on July 28. The following day they lost a Number One Contendership to The Untouchables (Dice Domino and Deuce Shade).[12] The following year the team returned to OVW, this time under the name Cryme Tyme, and regained the OVW Tag Team Championship on July 21 from The James Boys (KC James and Kassidy James). They lost the belts back to them the following day. [13]

World Wrestling Entertainment (2006-2007)

In late 2006, WWE promoted The Gang Stars to the main Raw brand roster, starting by having them work live events and dark matches. On the September 4 episode of Raw, vignettes began airing to promote the debut of the team, now dubbed Cryme Tyme, showing them "training" for their pending debut on the show.[14] Before the vignettes aired WWE placed a statement on their website, WWE.com, stating:[6]

Tonight a new tag team, Cryme Tyme, will be introduced to the RAW audience. In an effort to humor and entertain our fans the tag team known as Cryme Tyme will be parodying racial stereotypes.

Shad Gaspard and JTG do outlandish, outrageous "stunts" to ready themselves for tag team action on RAW. This attempt at Saturday Night Live like humor is bound to entertain audiences of all ethnic derivations.

We hope you enjoy the weekly adventures of Cryme Tyme.

Cryme Tyme at an autograph signing in 2007

The vignettes, which aired weekly, featured Cryme Tyme robbing people while an (overly and stereotypically uncool sounding) announcer dubbed their actions "training exercises" designed to work on things like "speed", "agility", "drive", "endurance", and "intensity".[15][16] Cryme Tyme wrestled as fan favorites at live events and in dark matches, finally making their television debut, defeating Johnny and Mikey of the Spirit Squad on the October 16 episode of Raw.[17]

After arriving on Raw they were depicted covertly stealing things—such as Jerry Lawler's laptop,[18] and a plasma screen TV[19]—during interviews and while celebrating wins with the announce team.

On November 5, the team made their pay-per-view debut at Cyber Sunday, defeating Lance Cade and Trevor Murdoch, The Highlanders (Rory and Robbie McAllister), and Charlie Haas and Viscera in a four team tornado tag team match.[20] Later that same month they were featured in a Raw segment that parodied Michael Richards's "Laugh Factory incident".[21] In the skit, a wrestler (Nick Berk)—acting as a stand in for Richards—recreated the scene of the incident by using racial slurs and insults until Cryme Tyme confronted him on stage. Nervous, he offered an apology, but Gaspard kicked him in the head and JTG made a Seinfeld-esque joke, saying "What's the deal with the Bloods and the Crips? Can't they all just get along?". This event was the beginning of a series of vignettes and skits featuring Cryme Tyme interacting with different, unexpected audiences.[22][23]

Around the same time they began a feud with The World's Greatest Tag Team (Shelton Benjamin and Charlie Haas), during which Benjamin began to express disgust with Cryme Tyme's antics, calling them offensive and harmful to the black community.[24] During the storyline Haas started "acting black", but after the World's Greatest Tag Team handed Cryme Tyme their first loss on the January 29, 2007 episode of Raw,[25] the program was dropped, with Cryme Tyme appearing mainly on Raw's sister show Heat, only appearing on Raw in backstage segments.

On July 21, 2007, Cryme Tyme appeared at an Ohio Valley Wrestling event and wrestled the OVW Southern Tag Team Champion James Boys (K.C. and Kassidy James), taking the title.[26] At the next weeks television tapings the James Boys were again announced as Champions, with no explanation of how they won the title back being offered.[citation needed]

The duo returned to Raw in July and started a gimmick where they would take items and auction them off to the crowd.[27] This led to a feud with the World Tag Team Champions Lance Cade and Trevor Murdoch,[28][29] but both JTG and Shad were released from their WWE contracts for undisclosed reasons on September 2, 2007 before the feud was resolved.[3]

Independent circuit (2007–2008)

After leaving WWE they continued teaming together on the professional wrestling independent circuit, using the alternate spelling "Crime Time". They appeared at Jersey All Pro Wrestling's 10th Anniversary Show, defeating the Dirty Rotten Scoundrelz.[30] They left the promotion undefeated after defeating Style & Finesse (Mike Donovan and Rob Vegas) in January 2008's Reclaiming Hudson.[31]

The duo also made several solo appearances on the solo circuit. Gaspard lost to Psicosis at a Pro Wrestling Alliance event in September while his partner, appearing under the altered name Jay-TG made several appearances on the Derby City Wrestling television programme.

Return to WWE (2008-Present)

Cryme Tyme in 2008 during Raw, looking at Mr. McMahon's million dollars

JTG and Shad returned to WWE under the "Cryme Tyme" name on the March 31 edition of Raw in 2008, defeating Lance Cade and Trevor Murdoch.[32] Cryme Tyme began working with John Cena on the June 30 edition of Raw when they helped him interfere during John "Bradshaw" Layfield's match.[33] The following week, they again appeared together in a segment when they vandalized JBL's limo.[34] After a live event match, Cena confirmed that they had created a faction and announced that it was called CTC or "Cryme Tyme Cenation".[35] Separately, Cryme Tyme started a feud with the World Tag Team Champions Cody Rhodes and Ted DiBiase, stealing their championship belts for a time,[36] then losing a title match to them at Unforgiven.[37] The CTC quietly separated after Cena's injury.

On April 15, 2009, Cryme Tyme were drafted to the SmackDown brand as part of the 2009 Supplemental Draft.[38] Eve Torres later became their manager, accompanying them to the ring and appearing in backstage segments with them. On the July 31 episode of SmackDown, they became the number one contenders to the Unified WWE Tag Team Championship by defeating The Hart Dynasty, which they failed to win at SummerSlam.

Cryme Tyme was supposed to compete for Team SmackDown at WWE Bragging Rights. However, due to health concerns regarding Gaspard, Cryme Tyme (along with most of the SmackDown team) was replaced by Matt Hardy, R-Truth, The Hart Dynasty and Finlay.On March 5 on an episode of SmackDown! they had a No.1 Contender's match to fight the The Miz and The Big Show for the Unified WWE Tag Team Championships against John Morrison and R-Truth and The Hart Dynasty. But Failed to win the match. The following week on SmackDown, Cryme Tyme were facing Hart Dynasty but were attacked by The Undertaker.[39]

In wrestling

Cryme Tyme at a Puerto Rico house show.
  • Gaspard's finishing moves
  • Word Up
    • Cryme Tyme hosts a weekly WWE.com segment called Word Up,[42] during which they define a different word in a parody of The Electric Company. On June 26, 2009, they started hosting "Word Up" on SmackDown as a backstage segment with Eve and Slam Master J. Eve departed from the segment after being traded to Raw as part of a tri-branded diva trade.

Championships and accomplishments

References

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Shad Gaspard
Statistics
Ring name(s) Head Nigga in Charge (H.N.I.C.)
Da/The Beast[1]
Shad Gaspard[1]
Shad
Billed height 6 ft 7 in (2.01 m)[2]
Billed weight 287 lb (130 kg)[2]
Born January 13, 1981 (1981-01-13) (age 28)[3]
Brooklyn, New York[1]
Resides Brooklyn, New York[3]
Louisville, Kentucky[3]
Atlanta, Georgia[3]
Billed from Brooklyn, New York
Trained by OVW Staff[1]
Debut 2004[1]

Shad Chad Javier Jesus Roman Chittick Gaspard[3] (born January 13, 1981)[3] is an American professional wrestler of Haitian and Curaçaon descent.[3] Born in Brooklyn, New York, he is currently signed with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), where he and his partner JTG are wrestling on its SmackDown brand as the tag team, Cryme Tyme.[2]

Contents

Biography

Early life and career

Shad is the son of Benjamin Gaspard, a former street enforcer for street gangs and personal security guard in the early 1970s, who now owns Mcfay Contracting Inc. Shad is the third of six siblings.[3]

At five years old Shad’s father began training him in boxing and at age eight, he began training in a mixture of different martial arts.[3] As a student, Shad loved to fight and quickly developed into an aggressive fighter, winning many fights as an amateur.[3] His mother gave him the nickname “Beast” as a result of his aggressiveness.[3] At the age of sixteen, Shad began prize fighting for promoter “Hardbody Harrison”,[3] a former World Championship Wrestling wrestler and FX Tough Man Champion, in bar fighting tournaments such as Boxing, Kickboxing, Mixed Martial Arts (MMA), and tough man competitions.[3] Even though Shad was only sixteen years old, he competed against adults who were older than him by five to twenty years.[3] Gaspard holds won-loss records as a No Holds Barred fighter (35-7) and an amateur boxer (57-26).[3]

Gaspard was extensively involved in athletics during his high school years, specializing in wrestling, track, and basketball.[3][4] After high school, he continued to play basketball at Georgia Perimeter College,[3] and after leaving, he became a bodyguard for several rappers and actors, including Puff Daddy, Cuba Gooding, Jr., and Mike Tyson.[3]

Though the Cryme Tyme gimmick was mostly parody, Gaspard has been arrested numerous times, including arrests for assault in New York, New Jersey, Florida, Kentucky, Ohio, Georgia, Illinois, and California; looting and robbery in New York and Georgia; and drug-trafficking in Atlanta.[3]

Gaspard then decided to become a professional wrestler. He qualified for the finals of the reality television program Tough Enough 2 in 2002, but was disqualified and replaced after failing a physical.[4]

World Wrestling Entertainment (2003–2007)

Ohio Valley Wrestling

After Tough Enough, Gaspard was recruited by WWF talent scout Tom Prichard and allowed to attempt a career as a professional wrestler.[4] He first trained with Sgt. Dwayne Bruce from WCW Power Plant for six months.[4][5] Afterwards, he attended Prichard's first Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW) "training camp", after which he was offered an opportunity to return to train full time.[4]

Gaspard debuted in OVW in 2003 under the ring name "Da Beast",[6] eventually joining Kenny Bolin's Bolin Services stable.[4] Originally, he acted as Bolin's personal enforcer, until he was placed into a tag team with Carlos Colón in February 2004.[4]

After Colón left OVW in October 2004, Gaspard left "Bolin Services" and formed several short lived tag teams with Osama,[1] Mike Mondo,[1] Ken Doane,[1] and Ryan Wilson,[1] before he began wrestling under his real name as a singles wrestler.[4] In June 2005, he was signed to a developmental contract by World Wrestling Entertainment.[4]

Raw

In early 2006, during his feud in OVW with CM Punk Gaspard was joined by the Neighborhoodie and formed a new tag team.[4][7] The new team won the OVW Southern Tag Team Championship once,[8] before they were called up to the WWE Raw brand roster as Cryme Tyme. On September 4, 2006, a series of vignettes began airing on Raw, hyping the debut of Cryme Tyme.[1] On the October 16 edition of Raw, Cryme Tyme debuted and defeated then-World Tag Team Champions, the Spirit Squad (Mikey and Johnny) in a non-title match.[9]

on Raw.]]

In November 2006, at Cyber Sunday, Cryme Tyme defeated Lance Cade and Trevor Murdoch, Charlie Haas and Viscera and The Highlanders in a Texas Tornado match (as voted by the fans).[1][10] A few months later at the New Year's Revolution pay-per-view, Cryme Tyme won a Tag Team Turmoil Match against The Highlanders, The World's Greatest Tag Team, Cade and Murdoch, and Jim Duggan and Super Crazy, earning them a shot at the World Tag Team Championships.[1][11] Later that year, at WrestleMania 23, Cryme Tyme made a cameo appearance and started a dance party with Eugene and some WWE Legends in the backstage area.[1] In June 2007, on an episode of SmackDown!, Deuce 'n Domino (with Cherry) defeated Cryme Tyme in an inter-brand match tag match.[12] While Deuce, Domino and Cherry celebrated their victory, Cryme Tyme appeared on the titantron and kayfabe stole their car, taking it to Brisco Brothers Auto Shop to sell it for parts chanting "Money, money, yeah, yeah".[12] The next month, on July 22, 2007 The James Boys defeated Cryme Tyme to win back the OVW Southern Tag Team titles.[1][8]

On August 13 Cryme Tyme returned to their hometown of New York City on an episode of Raw from Madison Square Garden, losing to then-World Tag Team Champions Cade and Murdoch in a non-title match by disqualification when Shad used a chair on Murdoch.[13] On the August 27 edition of Raw, Cryme Tyme stole Murdoch's hat and gave it away to a fan.[14] In the middle of the feud with Cade and Murdoch, on September 2, 2007, Gaspard (along with JTG) was released from his World Wrestling Entertainment contract for undisclosed reasons, but not for reasons connected to the WWE Wellness program.[1][15] After his release, he performed on the independent circuit.[16]

Return to WWE (2008–present)

Shad and JTG returned to WWE on the March 31, 2008 edition of Raw, as Cryme Tyme where they defeated Lance Cade and Trevor Murdoch in their first televised WWE match in nearly 6 months.[17]

Cryme Tyme began working with John Cena on the June 30 edition of Raw when they helped him interfere during JBL's match.[18] The following week, they again appeared together in a backstage segment when they vandalised JBL's limo.[19] After a house show match, Cena confirmed that they had created a faction and announced that it was called CTC, "Cryme Tyme Cenation".[20] Cryme Tyme also started a feud with the World Tag Team Champions Ted DiBiase and Cody Rhodes, stealing their championship belts for a time,[21] then losing a title match to them at the Unforgiven pay-per-view event.[22]

SmackDown

On April 15, 2009, Cryme Tyme were drafted to the SmackDown brand as part of the 2009 Supplemental Draft.[23] He made his debut along with JTG, hosting a dance contest between Layla and Eve. He and JTG made their in-ring debut as they teamed with John Morrison to defeat Shelton Benjiman, Charlie Haas and Ricky Ortiz.

In wrestling

Championships and accomplishments

See also

References

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  7. "OVW results for 2006". Online World of Wrestling. http://www.onlineworldofwrestling.com/results/ovw/_2006/. Retrieved on 2007-04-06. "February 1 - Club Life b The Neighborhoodies in the amateur showcase dark match with dual 450 splashes." 
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