|Born||17 April 1980|
Adelaide, South Australia, Australia
|Residence||Adelaide, South Australia, Australia|
|Professional wrestling career|
|Billed height||6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)|
|Billed weight||240 lb (110 kg)|
|Billed from||Black Forest, South Australia|
|Trained by||Col Dervany|
|Debut||4 October 1999|
Professional wrestling career
Jackson helped open the first official pro wrestling school in South Australia called the Monster Factory, with Col Dervany as the head trainer. Hartley has competed domestically and internationally, particularly in Japan.[dead link]
In 2002, a group of aspiring wrestlers from Perth – where there was no wrestling school at the time - traveled to South Australia and trained under Col Dervany, Bruce Mills and Hartley Jackson. In 2003, Jag and Havok ventured to Perth on multiple occasions to wrestle for Explosive Pro Wrestling, as well as become guest instructors and help further train the EPW roster and train wrestlers like Mikey Nicholls and Shane Haste (TMDK).[dead link] Hartley Jackson later opened a new training centre in Adelaide called the Wrestle Rampage Dojo.[dead link]
In 2005, Hartley Jackson made his first trip to the USA. He lived and trained at New Japan Pro Wrestling's dojo in Los Angeles, California, where he trained in pro wrestling alongside Fergal Devitt, Rocky Romero, Alex Koslov and Karl Anderson. Jackson teamed with Mikey Nicholls in 2006 on a New Japan show against Minoru Tanaka and Hirooki Goto at the Korakuen Hall.
In 2010, Hartley Jackson signed for a 6-week tour with Zero1 Japan and formed a tag team with Steve Corino. Both Hartley and Corino faced Akebono and Otani in a World Tag Team Title Match in April, narrowly losing the encounter. During the course of the tour, Hartley Jackson feuded with Kanemura and they faced off in a Strap Match at Korakuen Hall.
Martial arts career
On September 28, 2017, Hartley Jackson was invited to make his Lethwei debut at Lethwei in Japan 5 Nexurise for International Lethwei Federation Japan in Tokyo Dome City Hall. He was set to fight in Burmese bareknuckle boxing rules, known as Lethwei, against YABU in the company's first heavyweight fight
Professional Lethwei record
|Professional Lethwei record|
0 wins 1 Loss
|2017-09-28||Loss||YABU||Lethwei in Japan 5: Nexurise||Tokyo, Japan||TKO (4th down)||3||0:53|
Championships and accomplishments
- Australian Wrestling Alliance
- AWA Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
- Explosive Pro Wrestling
- Melbourne City Wrestling
- Melbourne City Wrestling Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Jonah Rock
- NWA Pro Wrestling
- NWA Australian National Heavyweight Championship (2 time)
- Pacific Pro Wrestling
- Pacific Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Havok Harry Mills
- Pro Wrestling Alliance Australia
- PWA Heavyweight Championship (1 time)
- Pro Wrestling Illustrated
- Pro Wrestling Zero1
- Wrestle Rampage
- WrestleRock Championship (1 time)
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- Zero1 profile
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