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Name: John Gargano
Ring Name(s): Cedrick Von Haussen, Joey Gray, Johnny Gargano
From: Cleveland, Ohio
Date of Birth: August 14, 1987
Working For: WWE NXT, AIW, etc
Mini Biography: Johnny Gargano's infatuation with wrestling skyrocketed at the age of eight-years-old, when he first stepped inside of a wrestling ring. Eight years later, the Ohio native would enroll in Cleveland All–Pro Wrestling's school, and since then the independent sensation has yet to quit. Making his professional wrestling debut in 2005, Johnny Gargano has since then torn through the independent wrestling world - making his name prominent in companies such as Dragon Gate USA and Chikara. Now he has made his way to WWE NXT, regularly teaming with good friend Tommaso Ciampa as well as being a competitor in the first ever Cruiserweight Classic. There is only one place for him - the top. Johnny Gargano is "All Heart" and has a long history to prove it.
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Johnny made another visit to Full Sail University for this weeks NXT Tapings and we’ve got the results right here. As a reminder, the following results are spoilers. If you’re not interested in being spoiled, please stop reading now.

And onto results:

October 14th Episode:

* A #1 contenders battle royal is next. Participants include Samoa Joe, Johnny Gargano, Tommaso Ciampa, Apollo Crew, Scott Dawson, Dash Wilder, Blake, Murphy, Rhyno, Baron Corbin, Enzo Amore, Colin Cassady, Bull Dempsey, Zack Ryder, Mojo Rawley, Tyler Breeze, Tye Dillinger and maybe one or two others. The final four comes down to Joe, Crews, Breeze and Corbin. Breeze gets eliminated and pulls Joe out. Joe chases him away. Corbin and Crews go at it. Crews gets the win and future title shot to a huge pop.

October 28th Episode:

* Chad Gable and Jason Jordan defeated Tommaso Ciampa and Johnny Gargano. Gable and Jordan got a huge pop and were like “made men” in the NXT arena. Fans sung their their names to the tune of Kurt Angle’s theme song and chanted “let’s go Gable, Johnny wrestling.” Gable and Jordan won a great match with the Assistplex.
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I don’t know how many times we can say it, the Dudes on TV are bastards. This time consisting of Ethan Carter III, Raymond Rowe, and DJ Z, Johnny aimed to take the group down a notch alongside Josh Prohibition and Alex Daniels. Despite Johnny’s HILARIOUS zinger towards EC3 and DJ Z’s home company,  that was seemingly the only good thing to come out of the night. After an interference with the ring bell from Raymond Rowe, Johnny was left unconscious and ready for the pin by EC3.

You know what, Dudes on TV? We hate you.

And we’re comin’ for you.

And by we, we mean Johnny and we’ll reward him with Quest bars if he knocks all of your teeth out. Yeah. We said it. We went there. We have a feeling this is just beginning, and we’re sure it’ll end in Team Gargano’s favor.

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In case you’ve been living under a rock for the past several months, WWE recently lost one of their most underrated talents. While it was sad that the dream was never to be, the indy scene jumped for joy at the endless list of outstanding match possibilities, and last night, a singles match between our personal favorite took place in New York City — not that far from the now Brian Myers stomping grounds. However, having the home-state advantage seemingly didn’t work in his favor, and Johnny seems to be on a recent roll in FWE… Potentially looking for gold? We certainly hope so.

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Remember that nice, shiny gold ring Gargano won about a year ago? We do. And this weekend, he headed back to California to return to the second Race For The Ring, but this year… He tried to gain something a little bit heavier. In a three-way main event match up against the champion, B-Boy, and Papadon, Johnny ultimately walked out with nothing in hand… but that’s alright, Johnny. Just spit-shine last year’s ring, and all your troubles will fade away!

The next night, Johnny returned for tag-team action… alongside one of the men he faced the day before, Papadon. Taking on the champion, B-Boy, and his partner, the outstanding Willie Mack, Johnny and Papadon turned the tables and managed to obtain a victory over the champion.

Perhaps this calls for another title match in the future? Only time can tell.

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Matt Cross, Ethan Carter III, Briley Pierce, and DJZ are bastards. Yeah, we said it.

After a messy end to Hell on Earth X, Johnny was certainly looking for revenge, and he assumed he was going to be able to obtain just that at Charge It To The Underhills. Teaming up with fellow longtime AIW original, Josh Prohibition, Johnny seemingly had it all set in stone for tonight’s show. However, EC3 opted not to show, and instead sent Briley Pierce and DJZ in his place.

With the match officially changed to DJZ and Matt Cross against two of the heroes of AIW, hope still seemed to be on their side until Briley interfered, giving DJZ and Matt Cross the victory.

However, we’re certain that this is just the beginning. And sometime very soon Those Guys From TV will finally get their Paula Deen just desserts. Yeah. We went there.

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If you don’t know the name Josh Alexander, then you’ve been living under the rock. An impressive wrestler out of Canada, Josh has put on several clinics in 2014, and we were certain that tonight, he’d put on another. Taking on our good ol’ Cleveland boy, Gargano, Josh took on quite the fight. However, unfortunately for all of us, and for Johnny, Josh managed to pull out ahead with the victory — proving why he might just be the future of the independent scene.

However, all of us are hoping for a rematch.

…And maybe twenty more after that.

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After unfortunately dealing with a loss at the last DREAMWAVE show, and narrowly missing out on the DREAMWAVE Title, Johnny headed into tonight’s show looking to prove himself. However, in his quest to do just that, he ran into quite the impressive brick wall. A brick wall by the name of Chris Castro. Unfortunately, Johnny walked out with yet another tick in the loss column at DREAMWAVE.

…Maybe next time?

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Returning back to Saint Louis Anarchy, Johnny was set to take on Zakk Sawyers. Merely 22, Zakk has already become quite the familiar name, and this was his opportunity of a lifetime. Unfortunately for him, however, he was set up against one of the best pound-for-pound wrestlers in the United States, and fell victim to Gargano tonight in Alton. Congratulations again, Johnny!

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Matt Cage has become a household name in the independent scene over the past year. As man who has all the potential to skyrocket to the top of the food chain, and a drive that just might allow that, Johnny headed into AAW tonight with quite the mighty challenge. Unfortunately for him, the challenge did prove to be too much, and Matt Cage walked away with the victory after a successful Money Clip. Maybe next time, eh, Johnny?

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