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Australian wrestler who debuted in [[2003]] and since that he wrestled as Ryan Rollins. Rollins competed for much of wrestling promotions in his native Australia, where he was trained by Carlo Cannon. In [[2013]] traveled to [[Canada]] to continue his formation/training with Lance Storm. In Canada also wrestled for [[Teddy Hart]]'s Hart Legacy Wrestling promotion. Short after was scouted by [[AAA]] and he was offered a contract with the promotion. Finally, Ryan Rollins debuted in [[AAA]] as Australian Suicide on [[September 22]], [[2013]] at Deportivo Plan Sexenal in [[Mexico City]].
 
Australian wrestler who debuted in [[2003]] and since that he wrestled as Ryan Rollins. Rollins competed for much of wrestling promotions in his native Australia, where he was trained by Carlo Cannon. In [[2013]] traveled to [[Canada]] to continue his formation/training with Lance Storm. In Canada also wrestled for [[Teddy Hart]]'s Hart Legacy Wrestling promotion. Short after was scouted by [[AAA]] and he was offered a contract with the promotion. Finally, Ryan Rollins debuted in [[AAA]] as Australian Suicide on [[September 22]], [[2013]] at Deportivo Plan Sexenal in [[Mexico City]].
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Revision as of 16:37, 3 October 2013

Australian Suicide
Australian Suicide
Name Australian Suicide
Real name
Nicknames
Name history Ryan Rollins, Australian Suicide
Family
Maestro(s) Carlo Cannon, Lance Storm
Birth date, location
Obituary date
Debut, location 2003
Lost mask to
Height
Weight
Signature moves Corkscrew Shooting Star Press
Titles: RWA No Limit Title

Australian wrestler who debuted in 2003 and since that he wrestled as Ryan Rollins. Rollins competed for much of wrestling promotions in his native Australia, where he was trained by Carlo Cannon. In 2013 traveled to Canada to continue his formation/training with Lance Storm. In Canada also wrestled for Teddy Hart's Hart Legacy Wrestling promotion. Short after was scouted by AAA and he was offered a contract with the promotion. Finally, Ryan Rollins debuted in AAA as Australian Suicide on September 22, 2013 at Deportivo Plan Sexenal in Mexico City.

Gallery

Ryan Rollins


External links