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Tony Drake
Ring name(s) Babi Slymm[1][2]
Tony Drake[2]
Muscle Gang[2]
Killa Kain[1]
Bigg Tony[1]
Saleem Jihad[1]
Cyber Gang[2]
Muscle Gang[2]
Billed height 6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)[1][2]
Billed weight 297 lb (135 kg)[1]
Born June 16, 1978 (1978-06-16) (age 31)[1]
Southeast San Diego, California[1]
Resides San Diego, California[2]
Billed from Southeast San Diego
Trained by Adam Pearce[1]
Luther Reigns[1]
Joe Romano[1]
Debut July 2001[1]

Tony Drake is an American professional wrestler, best known for his appearances in the short-lived Wrestling Society X. He currently competes on the independent circuit using the ring name Babi Slymm.


Professional wrestling career

A defensive tackle and competitor in discus and track at high school, Drake began to train as a wrestler at the invitation of a friend operating a small Californian wrestling promotion in Oakland. Drake has competed for numerous organisations in the California area, including Xtreme Pro Wrestling under the ring name Saleem Jihad, Ultimate Pro Wrestling, NWA Pro Wrestling and Pro Wrestling Guerrilla. Drake received his greatest exposure competing for MTV's Wrestling Society X, in which he formed a team with Ruckus named Keepin' It Gangsta.[3]

On March 29, 2004, Drake won the inaugural AWS Championship when he defeated Adam Pearce at the Alternative Wrestling Show in City of Indutry, California. Drake later feuded at AWS with both Al Katrazz and the Plague.

On January 26, 2007, Drake joined Naruki Doi's Muscle Outlaw'z faction in the Japanese Dragon Gate promotion. Using the name Muscle Gang, he became part of a tag team with fellow faction member Cyber Kong.[4] The team was short-lived, however, as Kong soon left the Outlaw'z to join the New Hazard.

In wrestling

Championships and accomplishments

  • Revolution Pro Wrestling
    • RPW Mexican Lucha Libre Heavyweight Championship (1 time)[6]


  • 101 Reasons Not To Be A Pro Wrestler (2005)[7]


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