19 Facts About Aiden English


Aiden English is best known for his time in WWE, where he performed under the ring name Aiden English.

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Aiden English worked on the independent circuit and Impact Wrestling using both his real name and the name Matt Morris.

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Rehwoldt signed a contract with WWE in early 2012, and was assigned to its developmental territory, Florida Championship Wrestling, where he began using the ring name "Aiden English, " debuting on March 1,2012 as part of an 8-man tag team match.

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Aiden English made his televised debut on the March 15,2012 taping of FCW television, airing on April 15,2012, teaming with Audrey Marie in an intergender tag team match against Rick Victor and Paige.

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Aiden English was used primarily as a jobber throughout the rest of the year, losing to wrestlers including Bray Wyatt, Ryback, and Big E Langston.

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Aiden English scored his first televised win on the September 18,2013 episode of NXT, defeating Michael Q Laurie.

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Aiden English subsequently began singing before, during and after his matches, while establishing himself as a heel.

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In June 2014, Aiden English formed a tag team with Simon Gotch, known as the Vaudevillains.

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At WrestleMania 33, Aiden English competed in the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal, which was won by Mojo Rawley.

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Aiden English distracted Orton and allowed Rusev to pick up the victory in nine seconds, the same time that Orton had defeated Rusev in at SummerSlam.

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On January 28,2018, Aiden English entered the 2018 Royal Rumble match, but was eliminated by Finn Balor.

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At WrestleMania 34, Aiden English entered the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal, but was the first person eliminated; Matt Hardy would eventually win the match.

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In July 2018, Aiden English started a feud with Rusev when, on the July 24 episode of SmackDown Live, Aiden English accidentally knocked Lana out.

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The following weeks, Aiden English interfered in the matches between Andrade Cien Almas and Zelina Vega and Rusev and Lana, turning back to a heel in the process.

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In January 2019, it was announced that Aiden English would join the commentary team of 205 Live beginning on January 22,2019, replacing Percy Watson, while still participating on SmackDown.

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On November 1,2019, Aiden English appeared as a guest commentator on SmackDown, as part of a commentary team filling in for Michael Cole and Corey Graves.

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Aiden English would retire as a wrestler to focus on his work as commentator.

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Rehwoldt, as Aiden English, appears in five video games, WWE SuperCard, WWE 2K16, WWE 2K17, WWE 2K18 and WWE 2K19.

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Aiden English frequently appeared on Xavier Woods' UpUpDownDown YouTube channel, where he played video games together with several other wrestlers.

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