27 Facts About Joe Doering


Joseph Doering was born on April 16,1982 and is an American professional wrestler currently signed to Impact Wrestling, where he is a member of Violent By Design.


Joe Doering is a former two-time Impact World Tag Team Champion alongside Eric Young and Deaner, holding the title under the Freebird rule.


Joe Doering is best known for his time in All Japan Pro Wrestling, where he has had two reigns as the Triple Crown Heavyweight Champion.


Joe Doering performed for World Wrestling Entertainment, where he competed in their developmental territory, Florida Championship Wrestling, under the ring name Drake Brewer.


On December 19,2004, Joe Doering wrestled his first match for the Border City Wrestling, where he was defeated by D-Ray 3000.


Joe Doering debuted for All Japan Pro Wrestling on June 24,2007.


Suwama swore revenge on Joe Doering, but was pinned by him in the opening match of the 2007 World's Strongest Tag Determination League, where Joe Doering teamed with Japanese legend Keiji Mutoh and Suwama with Satoshi Kojima.


On October 28,2008, Joe Doering turned heel and joined the Voodoo Murders, where he would form a tag team with former rival Zodiac.


In January 2010, it was reported that Joe Doering had signed a developmental contract with World Wrestling Entertainment.


On February 25,2010, Joe Doering made his debut in Florida Championship Wrestling, WWE's developmental territory under his real name, where he lost to Johnny Prime.


In September 2010 it was reported Joe Doering had been released from his developmental contract.


Joe Doering regained the title from Manabu Soya and Takao Omori on May 20,2012, this time teaming with Seiya Sanada.


However, when Hayashi and Kondo announced in June 2013 that they were resigning from All Japan, Joe Doering announced that Last Revolution could no longer continue and would be disbanding following June 30.


Joe Doering made his third successful defense on October 29 against the winner of the 2014 Odo Tournament, Go Shiozaki.


Joe Doering lost his title to Shiozaki in a rematch on January 3,2015.


Joe Doering was scheduled to return to All Japan at the 2016 Champion Carnival, but was forced to pull out of the tournament after being diagnosed with a brain tumor.


On November 27, Joe Doering made an appearance at All Japan's show in Ryogoku Kokugikan, announcing he would return to the ring in January 2017.


On December 12,2005, Joe Doering competed during the free preview show of TNA Turning Point 2005, in a six-man tag-team match.


On March 16,2018, Joe Doering returned to Impact for the first time in 12 years at One Night Only: March Breakdown, where he defeated Moose.


On November 14,2020, Joe Doering made a surprise return to Impact Wrestling, formerly known as TNA, at Turning Point, where he aided Eric Young in beating up The Deaners.


On January 16,2021, Joe Doering made his Impact PPV debut teaming with his Violent by Design stablemates as they defeated Rhino, Tommy Dreamer, and Cousin Jake at Hard to Kill.


On July 1,2022, Joe Doering would receive his first Impact World Championship match against Josh Alexander at Against All Odds, however he would fail to win the title, thus ending his undefeated streak in Impact Wrestling.


On March 20,2007, Joe Doering made his debut for Juggalo Championship Wrestling, where he teamed with Conrad Kennedy III and was defeated by Necro Butcher and Zach Gowen.


On November 8,2013, Joe Doering made his debut for Dubai Wrestling Entertainment, where he was defeated by Behnam Ali.


On January 17,2014, Joe Doering debuted in European Wrestling Association, where he defeated Dragon Okic.


On May 9,2014, Joe Doering made his return for Border City Wrestling, where he teamed with Jon Bolen and defeated Hiroshi Tanahashi and Takaaki Watanabe.


On February 25,2016, Joe Doering was diagnosed with a brain tumor.