23 Facts About Mojo Rawley


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


Mojo Rawley was the team's punter during his last two years.


Mojo Rawley finished second in the Patriot District in sacks in 2004, and broke the school's all-time punting record with a long of 76 yards against West Springfield High School.


Mojo Rawley then transferred to the University of Maryland in the Atlantic Coast Conference where he earned a scholarship, and a starting position.


Mojo Rawley was only the second player in the past 15 years to play all defensive line positions in a game for the Terrapins.


Mojo Rawley received the Edith McMurran Honors Scholarship for the student who best demonstrates the balance of leadership, public service, and academic excellence.


Mojo Rawley was named to the All-ACC Academic Team in 2008 and was a three-time Dean's List student.


Mojo Rawley earned his contract on a tryout basis by being one of three players signed out of 25 trying out for the team.


Mojo Rawley sustained a calf injury during training camp and placed on Injured Reserve before being released by the Cardinals.


Mojo Rawley joined WWE's developmental territory WWE NXT and he adopted the ring name "Mojo Rawley".


Mojo Rawley defeated CJ Parker at NXT Arrival and then went on an unbeaten streak, defeating CJ Parker, Sylvester Lefort and Oliver Grey, among others.


Mojo Rawley took part in a battle royal to determine the new number one contender where he made it to the final seven before being eliminated by Jason Jordan.


Mojo Rawley then formed a team with Bull Dempsey, but they lost in the 1st round of the number one contenders tournament for the tag titles, causing Dempsey to turn on Mojo Rawley.


In June 2015, Zack Ryder debuted in NXT, and returning Mojo Rawley formed an alliance with him, dubbing themselves as The Hype Bros.


On July 19, Mojo Rawley was called up to the main roster as a supplemental pick in the 2016 WWE draft, being selected in the 11th round by SmackDown, the brand in which his partner Zack Ryder wrestled.


Mojo Rawley made his main roster debut at Battleground, helping Ryder against being assaulted post-match by Rusev.


At the event, Mojo Rawley entered at number four and was eliminated by Braun Strowman.


Mojo Rawley then defeated Hawkins on the Elimination Chamber pre-show the following month.


Mojo Rawley then competed in a United States Championship tournament, where he defeated Zack Ryder in the first round, but lost to Bobby Roode in the semi-finals.


At Royal Rumble on January 28,2018, Mojo Rawley answered Bobby Roode's open challenge for the United States Championship, but was unsuccessful in winning the title.


Mojo Rawley won the title again on the January 13,2020 episode of Raw, pinning R-Truth on the entrance ramp.


Mojo Rawley made his video game debut as a playable character in WWE 2K17, and has since appeared in WWE 2K18, WWE 2K19, and WWE 2K20.


Mojo Rawley is currently a co-host on TMZ Sports which airs daily on Fox Sports FS1.