HOMETOWN: Las Vegas, Nevada
THEME MUSIC: ‘Break Stuff’ by the Limp Bizkit
FINISHER: Sweet Dreams
FINISHER DESCRIPTION: Fame-Asser
WRESTLING STYLE: Technical
SIGNATURE MOVES: DDT, European Uppercut, Sambo Hip Toss, Fireman’s Carry, Snap Suplex, Flapjack, Neckbreaker, Pendulum Backbreaker, Inverted Neckbreaker, Waist Lock Takedown, Back Suplex, Single Knee Gutbuster, Michinoku Driver, Northern Lights Suplex
CJ Dreamer is a veteran of the wrestling world, and one of the few wrestlers that competed in the sVo as well as the oWo. CJ Dreamer originally broke into the wrestling business when attending the development territory of Dynasty Wrestling which was run by the brother of Amy Page, Jon Page back in the early 2000’s. However when Dynasty Wrestling closed, Dreamer turned to the independent scene to gain some valuable experience, before signing with the sVo in 2012.
Dreamer stayed with the sVo until it’s closure in 2012, winning the sVo Tag Team Championships with Scott Washington. When the sVo closed, Dreamer once again turned to the independent scene, mainly appearing on the westcoast.
When the oWo opened CJ Dreamer was one of the first fighters that Amy Page signed to the roster, with Dreamer eventually winning the oWo Championship at Superbrawl 2014 after a long running battle with his former Tag Team Championship partner Scott Washington over the title.
Since winning the title CJ Dreamer has gone on to become one of the biggest starts on the oWo roster and has competed in over 100 oWo matches, winning the oWo Championship twice and the Internet Championship once.
HISTORY: sVo, oWo
TITLE HISTORY: oWo Champion x2, oWo Internet Champion, sVo Tag Team Champion x1
‘Break Stuff’ by the Limp Bizkit hits the sound system and the fans in the arena rise to their feet and boo their former hero as CJ Dreamer quickly steps out onto the top of the entrance ramp looking pumped up. CJ Dreamer casts his eyes around the arena before raising a fist in the air and making his way down the entrance ramp. CJ Dreamer circles the ring looking at the squared circle before quickly rolling in under the bottom rope and jumping up to his feet to signal to the crowd one last time before the match gets started!