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  1. Paul Lloyd, Jr. | Pro Wrestling | Fandom

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    Early career

    Lloyd made his professional wrestling debut at the age of 16 and was originally trained by his father Paul Lloyd, Sr., a promoter and wrestler in South Africa who also went by the ring name "The Pink Panther". His grandfather was a professional boxer and amateur wrestler. Lloyd grew up watching his father wrestle and in the early part of his training he used to practice in the backyard of his home, which had two rings positioned. Lloyd went by the ring name PJ Black. He formed a regular tag t...

    United Kingdom and South Africa

    Lloyd spent five years in the United Kingdom, where he trained with the FWA Academy as well as acquiring diplomas in Graphic Web Design, Personal Training, Sports Nutrition and Body Massage. He was trained by Alex Shane and Mark Sloan. In 2003 he made his FWA debut. He also made an appearance in International Pro Wrestling: United Kingdom. In 2006, he returned to South Africa and wrestled for World Wrestling Professionals (WWP), which is nationally televised on SABC 2 in South Africa and Colo...

    Independent circuit

    On 25 January 2015, it was announced that Lloyd would be making his first post-WWE appearance for Pro Wrestling Syndicate (PWS) on 31 January while resuming his PJ Black ring name. At the EVOLVE 38 iPPV event held on 8 March 2015, PJ defeated Caleb Konley following a springboard 450 splash. On March 26, Black unsuccessfully challenged Drew Galloway for the Evolve World Championship.

    On January 27, 2012 at the Cumberland County Crown Coliseum in Fayetteville NC, Lloyd and 7 other wrestlers were signing up for a 16-truck event, with 8 wrestlers spliting the field in half. This event would be the wrestlers that signed up's only event. Lloyd would finish 13th due to his 2001 Cadillac LMP flipping within the first 45 seconds.

    Lloyd has competed in numerous modeling contests as well. He placed first in the Male Fitness Model Search held by FAME SA, sixth in the 2008 Mr Body Classic contest held by Mr & Ms Body Beautiful SA, eighth in the 2007 Men's Model Search held by Mr & Ms Fitness SA, and reached the top five in the Mr Physique Division in the 2008 Men's Model Search.

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  2. Paul Lloyd Jr. ... PJ Black 7 episodes, 2019-2021 Kenta Kobayashi ... KENTA 5 episodes, 2009-2015 Orange Cassidy ... JC Ryder 5 episodes, 2009-2012 Lance Lude ... Self 5 episodes, 2009-2010 Hirooki Goto

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    1992- All Star Wrestling: First tour of South Africa for Paul Lloyd’s All Star Wrestling. Giant Warrior began his long-standing feud with Danie Voges, causing a riot their first match in Cape Town. A South African wrestling legend was born! 1992- Wrestled primarily in Mexico and South Africa.

  4. In our database, there are 7 matches fought by Paul Lloyd. 0 wins and 7 losses were the results of those matches. You can see the detailed match statistics of Paul Lloyd here. 2 different wrestlers teamed with Paul Lloyd. To see who, you can click here. 6 different wrestlers fought against Paul Lloyd

  5. The Bunny, Jarred Black, Justin Angel, Justin Gabriel, Paul Lloyd, PJ Black: Nicknames: The Cape Town Werewolf, Darewolf, The Poster Boy: Familiy Tie: PJ Black is the son of Paul Lloyd. Trainer Was trained by Alex Shane, Justin Richards, Mark Sloan and Paul Lloyd. Finisher: 450° Splash (Fall from Grace) Trademark Moves

  6. Justin Gabriel - Wikipedia

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    Phillip Paul Lloyd (born March 3, 1981) is a South African professional wrestler. He is best known for his time in WWE, under the ring name Justin Gabriel. He is currently signed to Ring of Honor (ROH) under the ring name PJ Black . A second-generation wrestler, Lloyd was initially trained by his father.

  7. Category:Professional wrestling announcers - Wikipedia

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    Pages in category "Professional wrestling announcers" The following 200 pages are in this category, out of approximately 244 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ( learn more ).

  8. Carey Lloyd = Independents Rufus R.Jones Jack Lloyd = Oldtime Circuit Danno O'Shocker Michael Lloyd = ESW TCW Tracy Wrestling Federation The Columbian Firecracker Paul Lloyd Sr. = South Africa Independents Promoter Wrestler Pink Panther Paul Lloyd Jr. = USA Florida South Africa FCW NXT WWE WWP Independents Developmental Pure Juice PJ Black Paul ...

  9. List of former American Wrestling Association personnel ...

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    Below is a list of former members of the American Wrestling Association ... Lloyd Bolkcom (River towns in Illinois and Iowa) ... (ring announcer) Paul E. Dangerously ...

  10. Lord Alfred Hayes - Wikipedia

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    Alfred George James Hayes, (8 August 1928 – 21 July 2005) was an English professional wrestler, manager and commentator, best known for his appearances in the United States with the World Wrestling Federation between 1982 and 1995 where he was known as Lord Alfred Hayes.

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