48 Facts About Paul London


Paul London later competed for Total Nonstop Action Wrestling, Pro Wrestling Zero-One, and various independent promotions, winning numerous championships and won the ECWA Super 8 Tournament in 2003.


Paul London was born in Austin, Texas, and has two older brothers, Daniel and Jonathan.


Paul London helped create the school's first-ever wrestling team where he was the captain, first varsity letterman and once held the record for the fastest pinfall time of 7.4 seconds.


Paul London made his first appearance at WCW Greed on March 18,2001 as an audience member during the Diamond Dallas Page and Scott Steiner WCW World Heavyweight Championship match.


Paul London was identified in a later broadcast as "A Creamy Gentleman", Paul London.


Paul London's persona was that of an aristocratic adult film star.


Paul London's finishing move was the "cream driver", a modified version of a basic suplex.


Paul London later enrolled in Shawn Michaels' wrestling school, the Texas Wrestling Academy, where he was trained by Rudy Gonzales.


Early in his career, Paul London made brief appearances in Japanese promotion Pro Wrestling Zero-One and Total Nonstop Action Wrestling.


Paul London competed in Zero1 for several months on a match-by-match basis, beginning in January 2003, before turning down a contract.


Paul London was contacted by TNA after ROH's one-year anniversary show, and told that they were interested in him doing some matches on a try-out basis.


Paul London competed mainly in the company's X Division, even earning shots at the NWA TNA X Division Championship.


Paul London wrestled X Division Champion Chris Sabin for the title, only to lose due to interference from CM Punk.


Paul London has said that he viewed his time in TNA as a "stepping stone", but knew that he didn't want to be there long-term.


Paul London made several appearances for East Coast Wrestling Association and won the 7th Annual ECWA Super 8 Tournament.


Paul London made his debut in Ring of Honor on March 30,2002, in a match against Chris Marvel.


Paul London began a lengthy feud with Michael Shane during a tag team match for ROH contracts on July 27,2002.


On December 7,2002, Paul London won a tournament to capture the ROH Number One Contender's Trophy, guaranteeing a match for the ROH Championship.


Paul London lost the match three weeks later to then-champion Xavier.


On May 4,2013, Paul London made his first appearance for ROH in a decade, facing Davey Richards in a losing effort at Border Wars 2013.


Paul London suffered a stinger and concussion during the match and was as a result forced to pull out of the following day's tapings of Ring of Honor Wrestling.


Paul London returned at Glory By Honor XII to defeat Roderick Strong.


Paul London would make four additional appearances for ROH in 2014; Paul London competed on the Supershow of Honor events in the United Kingdom.


Paul London then began a tag team with Billy Kidman on January 29,2004.


On March 10,2005, Paul London became the number one contender for Chavo Guerrero's WWE Cruiserweight Championship, which he later won in a cruiserweight battle royal.


Later in the night, Paul London cut a heel promo encouraging the fans to protest his title loss.


Paul London went on a losing streak before returning as a face and teaming with the newly rehired Brian Kendrick.


Paul London returned on the February 4,2008, episode of Raw, when he and Kendrick lost to the team of Carlito and Santino Marella.


Paul London lost singles matches to both Jericho and Cade on Raw, before disappearing from television.


Paul London was released from his WWE contract on November 7,2008.


Paul London made his debut in Big Time Wrestling on February 28,2009, defeating the BTW Champion Jason Styles by disqualification.


On November 13,2009, Paul London defeated Jason Blade to win the Northeast Wrestling Championship.


On July 10,2010, Paul London defeated Joey Silvia in a two out of three falls match to become the new Pro Wrestling Xperience Heavyweight Champion.


On March 26,2010, Paul London made his debut for Dragon Gate USA in a tag team match, where he and Jimmy Jacobs were defeated by Brian Kendrick and Jon Moxley.


In December 2010, London began working for Lucha Libre USA as the masked Sydistiko, taking over the role previously held by T J Perkins.


Paul London faced John Kermon, the VCW Liberty Champion, and defeated him to become the Liberty Champion.


On February 16,2013, Paul London defeated Brian Kendrick at Family Wrestling Entertainment's No Limit, winning a title match against the Tri-Borough Champion Damian Darling.


On June 21,2013, Paul London defeated Akio to retain the title.


Paul London spent the majority of 2014 wrestling abroad, including in Australia, Europe, and South America.


On November 19,2016, Paul London wrestled for Target Wrestling, where he answered Shady Nattrass' High Octane Division Championship open challenge.


Paul London defeated Nattrass in the match and subsequently won the title.


Paul London made his return to the independent circuit by making his Pro Wrestling Guerrilla debut on February 21,2009, at Express Written Consent.


Paul London wrestled in a six man tag team main event where he and The Young Bucks defeated The Dynasty.


Paul London later formed an alliance with Bryan Danielson and Roderick Strong, known as the "Hybrid Dolphins".


On January 30,2010, Paul London re-formed his partnership with Brian Kendrick in PWG and together the two of them defeated the PWG World Tag Team Champions Generation Me in a non-title match.


On November 23,2016, Paul London debuted in Lucha Underground, appearing on the program's third season.


Paul London is the leader of the Trios Team known as "The Rabbit Tribe", together with Mala Suerte and Saltador.


In 2019, Paul London returned to TNA, now known as Impact Wrestling.