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Chris Greene Biography (2023)


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WRESTLER NAME: Chris Greene

HOMETOWN: Rochester, New York

HEIGHT: 5'8

WEIGHT: 180 lbs

THEME SONG: "Absolution" - Ghost

D.O.B.: April 28th, 1988

 

SIGNATURE MOVES(S)

-Bane of Sensation (Wrist Clutch Assault)

-Underhook Arm Drag

 

FINISHER(S)

-Cut of Darkness (Diced Bread #2)

-New York Drive (Tilt-A-Whirl DDT 1)

 

BIOGRAPHY

 

Christopher David Alleyne (born April 28, 1988), better known by the ring name Chris Greene, is an American professional wrestler. He is currently signed to Online Championship Wrestling (OCW), where he is a member of Kasstianity. He has previously worked for defunct promotions New Generation Wrestling (NGW), Red Star Combat (RSC) and Beyond Your Understanding (BYU).

 

Professional Wrestling Career

 

Early Career (2007 - 2013)

 

Alleyne was always interested in professional wrestling from a young age, and claims to have always dreamt of wrestling in the squared circle. He made his debut in July 2007 after spending three months training at a local, now closed school in Rochester; Mat Masters Wrestling Academy.

 

Initially wrestling under his middle and surname, before using other ring names such as

Chris Jackson, Chris Davids, Allen Rochester and Davey Green, among others, Greene settled on "Chris Greene" in late 2008. He traveled all around the state of New York working many independent shows and cards, primarily being used as a plucky underdog face without much substance or depth to his personality - and often putting over dominant heels. In his early career he was noted to lack consistency between the ropes, and many questioned his safety as a performer after he began recklessly throwing himself around the ring in an attempt to add something different to his performances.

 

In August 2010, Greene was signed to a hardcore company based out of New Jersey, where he would begin to wrestle in deathmatches and work a high risk daredevil style between the ropes. For a brief time he was given the nickname "Ricochet" by the management of the company for the way he bounced around the ring with little regard for his own safety. This run ended in 2013 when Chris shattered his right knee after a botched outside knee drop. He spent the rest of the year recovering, and left the New Jersey company during that hiatus.

 

Returning to action in 2014, Chris noticeably adopted a more technical ring style, incorporating more submission style moves and holds into his move set while toning down the amount of crazy dives and bumps he was taking. Over the next year and a half, he restored his reputation around the scene and began getting regular independent gigs with several small promotions throughout New York and Pennsylvania, where he would continue to fine tune his in-ring style and experiment with new gimmicks, one of these gimmicks being a cult leader character that was reportedly so awful that he scrapped it after just one month of using it.

 

 

New Generation Wrestling (2018 - 2019)

 

Chris signed with New Generation Wrestling in 2018, and made his on-screen debut in May. He initially worked as a heel, portraying himself as a cocky and arrogant character. This character later lost all credibility as Chris rarely won matches and was subject to a lot of on-screen harassment. In the Summer of 2018, Chris was released from his NGW contract after just three short months of being employed.

 

His release didn't last long, though, as the company re-signed him later in 2018 and brought him back as a babyface character, where he often found himself feuding with John Carter and the company's main event players, but just as often lost matches and rivalries and seemed to have nothing going for him. A brief run with AJ Dunn and Kristian Murphy as "The Death of Cool" occurred, but both Dunn and Murphy were later released from their NGW deals by the beginning of 2019. Around this time, Chris was fired from NGW again.

 

He re-signed with NGW for the third time in 2019, and went on to become a 2x NGW North American champion, with his reigns combined lasting 8 days, and a 2x NGW 24/7 Champion, his reigns with that belt lasting approximately 27 hours. Chris was also repackaged by NGW management as the "Grass Man", and was made to play a gimmick in which his entire personality was centered around smoking marijuana. He had a few brief tag team runs with this gimmick, and was involved in many angles and storylines where he was bullied or tortured.

 

Chris ultimately stopped showing up to NGW shows and events, citing that the bullying went beyond the screen, and that the characters and segments he was forced to do while under contract made him uncomfortable. During his time in NGW, he befriended John Carter and the two formed "The Wrestling Club" shortly after they left the company. He also dated independent wrestler Sylvie Marriott, better known as Cynthia Storm, though the two maintain a friendly relationship post-dating.

 

Beyond Your Understanding and Red Star Combat (2019 - 2020)

 

Chris surfaced in the short lived Beyond Your Understanding promotion in 2020, where he was involved in a tournament to crown the company's first Television champion. He defeated The Show to qualify for a triple threat match at the company's Clash of Realms Event to crown the inaugural Television champion, facing his friends John Carter and Dylan Kinder. Ultimately the show was cancelled and the company went under shortly thereafter, with a majority of talent refusing to show up to shows or work with each other causing strife between the roster and management.

 

He also appeared in the short-lived Red Star Combat around this time, where he was the on-screen General Manager. To date, his Red Star appearances are the only time he has worn a suit and tie. Red Star Combat went bankrupt a few months after it was founded, and Chris returned to the independent circuit alongside John Carter and Dylan Kinder.

 

Independent Circuit (2020)

 

Chris returned to wrestling on the independent circuit once again along with Benito Agriaro, better known as John Carter, and their friend Dylan Kinder. The three formed a stable known as "The Wrestling Club", and worked as cocky heels who believed their slower, more methodical in-ring styles were superior to everyone else's. "The Real Wrestlers", they called themselves. This work gained enough traction to get John Carter signed to Online Championship Wrestling in late 2020, where he then lobbied for the signings of both Chris and Dylan.

 

Online Championship Wrestling (2020 - )

 

Unlike John Carter, Chris Greene did not debut in OCW as a singles performer. He debuted in a tag team match against The Hattons, teaming with Carter on the 561st episode of RIOT, which they lost. Chris continued to appear alongside John and later with Dylan, with John treating both him and Dylan more-or-less like lackeys on screen, but all three being oblivious to the dynamic. Dylan was labeled the "Heater", while Chris came to be labeled as the "Fall Guy" of the group, as he was often the one being pinned in their defeats. Chris' first victory in his OCW career came at Turmoil 265, where he defeated a debuting Christian Garcia after some interference from John Carter. The duo then shaved Garcia's head afterwards.

 

The following week, the entire stable was booked against Ijitu Quartz in a handicap match, which they nearly lost before John Carter hit Quartz with his finishing knee for the victory. Greene made his presence known at Wrestlution 15, though, as during the Bermuda Triangle match Greene spent perhaps the longest time in the ring and repeatedly kicked out of what many thought would be his end in the bout. Ultimately he lost the match, with Lucha Country retaining the Tag Team championships. At Turmoil 268, Chris Greene and Dylan Kinder again challenged for the Tag Team titles, but lost to Mark Reese in what turned out to be a handicap match after El Parca ditched Reese following his Lution betrayal.

 

Chris Greene then participated in a #1 Contender's Battle Royal for John Carter's Light Heavyweight Championship, which also featured H2O, The Last Blacksmith, Maxx Edwards, AC Cobra and TY Sparks. Chris was the first man eliminated, and was confronted by John Carter as he made his way to the back. John Carter hit Greene with his knee, and expelled Greene from The Wrestling Club. Chris then went on a bit of a hiatus, taking time away from TV to heal up some nagging injuries and work on his ring rust.

 

He returned to in-ring action at Grievance 2021, narrowly losing to Harris Turner in a qualifying match for the 2021 Super S Cup. He then defeated OWEN in the Main Event of Ambition 5, before teaming up with Christian Garcia in a losing effort against AC Cobra and Kassidy Hayes at the Super S Cup PPV. Garcia then faced him at Ambition 6, defeating Greene. Around this time, Chris began to spark tensions with El Parca.

 

Chris Greene and El Parca came to blows during a Clark Effect at Riot 578, which turned into an impromptu match which Greene won after Parca hit him with a low blow. At Ambition 7, the Wolves of Vanguard defeated Greene after he was paired up with Gonzalo Munoz - who was connected to El Parca through mutual allegiances. Chris participated in the 17th Anniversary Rookie Rush in a losing effort, then appeared at Riot 580 in a losing effort to Joe Deaver before finally facing El Parca at Devil's Night in an Iron Man match. Chris lost 3 falls to 2. After the bout, Parca viciously assaulted Chris and injured Chris' right arm, causing Chris to be taken away by paramedics as Parca celebrated in the ring.

 

Following a brief hiatus, Chris returned again with a mask and called himself "Chris Verde", appearing to have an identity crisis following his loss to El Parca. He lost several singles matches, and also a tag team match in which he partnered with Joe Deaver, before later being confronted by Deaver. After a few weeks of bickering, the two began teaming up regularly and were often seen in backstage segments where Deaver would try to pump Chris up despite their relatively below average performance as a team. The duo made a challenge to Sheldon Tremblay and James Fraser of SANCTUM for the tag team titles, with Chris later winning a singles match against Tremblay to earn them a match scheduled for Summercide 2022. Due to travel circumstances, the match was removed from the Summercide card and schedule for the post-Cide show, Riot 590, where SANCTUM soundly defeated The Believers.

 

Around this time Chris began to show frustration with his place both in OCW and within his own tag team, feeling like Joe wasn't pulling his own weight. Following a loss to Hanzo Yamashida, Greene began to operate more aggressively in the ring, defeating his former partner John Carter and new wrestling club member Aisu at Turmoil 286, before he and Joe defeated Millionaire INC at Ambition: September 2 Remember. Following this victory, Chris attacked Joe Deaver with a steel chair and broke up the Believers. Prior to this turn, Kassidy Hayes had been sprinkling seeds of doubt in Chris' mind about his team with Joe. The following week at Riot 592, Chris and Joe teamed in a losing effort to The Lads, where Chris abandoned Joe halfway through the match. Following the match, Chris was surrounded in the ring by Kasstianity. Kassidy approached Chris and tore his mask off, before hugging him, meaning Chris was now a part of Kasstianity. The next week, Chris defeated Joe Deaver in a singles match with Kassidy at ringside.

 

Afterwards, Chris went on to lose triple threat matches to Elliot Parker and Jared McGregor Jr, respectively, as well as suffer singles losses to Mark Reese, Jared McGregor Jr, The Last Blacksmith and John Carter. During this time, Chris got involved in the Team OCW vs. Kasstianity storyline, aiding Kasstianity members in their matches - including causing a DQ at Don't Come To New York. He participated in a Team OCW vs. Kasstianity Tag Team Elimination contest at Turmoil 290, and was eliminated by Quartz. At Ambition: Season's Beatings, he defeated C-NOTE, then defeated reigning International champion Claudio Stardom at Riot 596. Following this victory, a fan jumped the barricade and attacked both Chris and Kassidy Hayes. This fan was later revealed to be Cody Hagen, who began feuding with Chris and Kasstianity.

 

Chris participated in a losing effort against The Wrestling Club at Turmoil 291, then faced a singles loss to Luis Bishop at Riot 598 before having his 18th Anniversary match against Cody Hagen, which he won. After the match, a flaming table was spotted on the ramp. Throughout the remainder of Season 17 and into the beginning of Season 18, Chris and The Last Blacksmith would interact with each other but ultimately it never led to a match between the two.

 

Following this, Chris Greene attacked Satohiko "Aisu" Hitta to answer Hitta's "Lution Lockhorn Challenge", beginning a rivalry with Aisu in the build to Wrestlution 17.

 

Top 5 Matches

 

1. El Parca def. Chris Greene [Devil's Night]

2. Harris Turner def. Chris Greene [OCW Grievance 2021]

3. Chris Verde def. Sheldon Tremblay w/ James Fraser [OCW Riot 589]

4. Chris Greene def. Claudio Stardom [OCW Riot 596]

5. Chris Greene def. OWEN [Ambition #5]

 

Tag Team History

 

w/ John Carter [The Wrestling Club]

w/ Dylan Kinder [The Wrestling Club II]

w/ Joe Deaver [The Believers]

 

Singles Feud History

 

vs. El Parca

vs. Joe Deaver

vs. Cody Hagen

vs. The Last Blacksmith

vs. Satohiko "Aisu" Hitta

 

Title Match History

 

Lucha Country © def. The Wrestling Club & The Benchmark [OCW Wrestlution 15]

Mark Reese © def. The Wrestling Club [OCW Turmoil 268]

SANCTUM © def. The Believers [OCW Riot 590]

 

Previous Theme Songs

 

"World War 3" - ???

"Memories Fade" - Jacob Lizotte

"Believer (REMIX)" - Imagine Dragons

"Born For This (EDIT)" - The Score

"Absolution" - Ghost

 

Ring Names

 

Chris Greene

David Alleyne

Chris Jackson

Davey Green

Allen Rochester

Chris Davids

Chris Alleyne

Topher Allen

Jaksyn Greene

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