18 Facts About Jason Jordan


Jason Jordan is currently signed to WWE, where he works as a producer.


Jason Jordan has not wrestled since suffering a neck injury in January 2018.


In 2017, American Alpha disbanded when Jason Jordan debuted on the Raw brand as the son of Kurt Angle and subsequently formed a short-lived tag team with Seth Rollins, with whom he won the Raw Tag Team Championship in December 2017.


Jason Jordan is the first of eight men to win the Raw, SmackDown, and NXT Tag Team Championships.


Jason Jordan held the FCW Tag Team Championship once with CJ Parker.


Jason Jordan has said that he began amateur wrestling at the age of seven because he mistakenly believed it to be the same as professional wrestling.


Jason Jordan attended Indiana University and competed for them in the Big Ten Conference, becoming a three-time national qualifier for NCAA at the Division I level.


Jason Jordan put attending dental school on hold to pursue his dream of being a professional wrestler.


Jason Jordan was recruited to participate in a WWE tryout in 2010 and was offered a WWE contract, but he held off from signing it until finishing his college degree.


Jason Jordan continued to make sporadic appearances in FCW until the brand was replaced by NXT in 2012.


Jason Jordan continued to make further occasional appearances throughout 2012 and 2013.


Jason Jordan made his WrestleMania debut at WrestleMania 33, participated in the Andre the Giant Memorial Battle Royal, which was won by Mojo Rawley.


Jason Jordan would be saved from an attack from the trio after the Hardy Boyz arrived and assisted Jason Jordan.


Jason Jordan was then placed in a feud with Elias, after Jason Jordan would interrupt Elias during his songs by throwing vegetables at him.


Jason Jordan was named the fifth member of team Raw at Survivor Series.


Jason Jordan made his first television appearance in over two years on the May 29,2020 episode of SmackDown, walking alongside police officers who were arresting Jeff Hardy.


Jason Jordan appears as a playable character in the video games WWE 2K17, WWE 2K18, and WWE 2K19.


Jason Jordan is good friends with his former tag team partner Chad Gable, whom he says is "like a brother" to him.