Curt Hawkins

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Curt Hawkins
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Hawkins in May 2017
Birth name Brian Myers[1]
Born (1985-04-20) April 20, 1985 (age 33)[1]
Glen Cove, New York, United States[1]
Lizzie Karcher (m. 2006)
Children 1
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s) Brian Major[1]
Brian Majors[1]
Brian Myers[1]
Curt Hawkins
Billed height 6 ft 1 in (185 cm)[2]
Billed weight 223 lb (101 kg)[2]
Billed from Queens, New York[2]
Trained by Mikey Whipwreck[1]
Debut 2004[1]

Brian Myers (born April 20, 1985) is an American professional wrestler and promoter. He is currently signed with WWE under the ring name Curt Hawkins where he performs on the Raw brand.

Myers began his professional career in 2004 and signed with WWE in 2006 and was assigned to their developmental territories. In 2007, he was called up to the main roster and would eventually win the WWE Tag Team Championship with Zack Ryder. In 2014, he departed from WWE and returned to the independent circuit and worked there until 2016 when he re-signed with WWE.

Early life

Myers was born on April 20, 1985, in Glen Cove, New York. After he decided to pursue a professional wrestling career, Myers began training under Mikey Whipwreck.

Professional wrestling career

New York Wrestling Connection (2004–2006)

After being trained by Mikey Whipwreck, Myers made his debut in 2004, using his real name. He wrestled for the New York Wrestling Connection (NYWC) promotion. By 2005 he began regularly teaming with Brett Matthews and the duo of Myers and Matthews went on to defeat the NYWC Tag Team Champions Dickie Rodz and Mason Raige by disqualification, for which titles do not change hands.[3] At the next event on June 4 they won a rematch decisively to become Tag Team Champions.[4] Later that month they were attacked by The Dead Presidents (Lo Lincoln and Boog Washington) to set up a feud where they eventually lost their titles against them in July.[3] [4] On September 23 they were entered into a three way match with the champions but Team Tremendous (Dan Barry and Ken Scampi) ended up with the belts.[3] After continuing to win matches they re-earned a match against Team Tremendous and won the titles for the second time on January 25, 2006. They held the titles until they faced the B.S. Xpress (Tony Burma and Mike Spinelli), who defeated them for the gold on March 26.[4]

World Wrestling Entertainment/WWE (2006–2014)

Developmental territories (2006–2007)

Zack Ryder (left) and Hawkins (right) in 2009

On February 24, 2006, Brian Myers signed a developmental contract with World Wrestling Entertainment.[1] He was given the ring name Brian Majors and teamed up with his former tag team partner Bret Matthews, who was renamed Brett Majors, to form the tag team the Majors Brothers. Together they won the Deep South Wrestling DSW Tag Team Championship on two occasions. They later won the OVW Southern Tag Team Championship.[5]

La Familia (2007–2009)

Hawkins (right) posing with Edge (center) and Ryder

The team was moved from the developmental territories to the main roster, changing their last names from "Majors" to "Major". The team worked on WWE's ECW brand. The team won their debut match but failed to win any matches in either singles or tag team competition following their debut on the brand.[6][7][8] They moved from ECW to SmackDown! as the eighth pick in the 2007 Supplemental Draft.[9] On SmackDown, the team had more success, defeating Chavo Guerrero and Jamie Noble.[10] On November 9, 2007, they received a WWE Tag Team Championship match after winning a #1 contender's battle royal, but lost to WWE Tag Team Champions Montel Vontavious Porter and Matt Hardy in their title match.[11]

At Armageddon, the duo dressed up as Edge and interfered in the World Heavyweight Championship match, replacing Edge during the match to help him win the title, turning heel for the first time in their WWE career.[12] On December 21, 2007, the Major Brothers were revealed as acquaintances to Edge and his lover, SmackDown General Manager Vickie Guerrero. The Major Brothers were repackaged and renamed as Curt Hawkins and Zack Ryder, with Brian Major becoming "Curt Hawkins" and Brett Major now named "Zack Ryder".[13] Hawkins and Ryder were also, occasionally referred to as "The Rated-R Entourage" by commentators Michael Cole and John "Bradshaw" Layfield (JBL). Occasionally, the pair teamed with their mentor Edge and/or their "La Familia" associate Chavo Guerrero on SmackDown on several occasions.

On the January 4, 2008 episode of Smacksdown, Hawkins and Ryder competed against Batista to a draw in a Beat The Clock Challenge when the time ran out.

At The Great American Bash, Hawkins and Ryder won the WWE Tag Team Championship from John Morrison and The Miz in a fatal-four way tag team match, which also featured Jesse and Festus and Finlay and Hornswoggle after Hawkins pinned Jesse,[14][15] becoming the youngest tag team champions in WWE history.[16] By SummerSlam in August,[17] La Familia had begun to fracture and Hawkins and Ryder began appearing on their own.[18][19]

On the September 26, 2008 airing of SmackDown, Hawkins and Ryder lost the titles to Carlito and Primo Colón in their first televised title defense.[20] On April 15, 2009, Ryder was drafted back to the ECW brand as part of the 2009 Supplemental Draft, separating the team.[21]

Florida Championship Wrestling (2009–2010)

Following the draft, Hawkins was on hiatus from television before voluntarily leaving the main roster and transferring to Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW) for more training.[22] He made his debut losing to Dawson Alexander.[23] In the following weeks, Hawkins won an 8-man battle royal to become the number one contender for Justin Angel's FCW Florida Heavyweight Championship, then lost the championship match.[24] He joined a stable called "The Dude Busters" alongside Caylen Croft and Trent Barreta on November 1, 2009.[25] In late November, Hawkins and Croft won the FCW Florida Tag Team Championship.[26] While they were champions, Croft and Hawkins defended the title with Barreta via the Freebird Rule.[27] On January 14, 2010 at an FCW television taping, The Dude Busters lost the FCW Florida Tag Team Championship to The Fortunate Sons (Brett DiBiase and Joe Hennig).[28]

The Gatecrashers (2010–2011)

Hawkins returned to the SmackDown roster on May 4, 2010, forming a tag team with Vance Archer, defeating Chasyn Rance and JT Talent in a dark match.[29] They made their television debut as a team on the May 13 episode of WWE Superstars, defeating two local competitors. After the match, Hawkins stated that he and Archer had been given a 30-day contract to "make an impact".[30] The team made its SmackDown debut on the May 21 episode, winning another squash match.[31] In an attempt to make an impact, the duo attacked Montel Vontavious Porter and Christian on consecutive episodes of SmackDown on June 4 and 11, which they followed up on by defeating both in a tag team match on June 18.[32][33][34]

The next week the duo was officially named "The Gatecrashers". The pair also competed in a battle royal on the June 4, 2010 episode of SmackDown to replace The Undertaker in the World Heavyweight Championship fatal four-way match at Fatal 4-Way. Hawkins was one of the four final participants in the match, but was eliminated by the eventual winner, Rey Mysterio.[32] After their 30-day contract expired, they were signed to new long-term contracts in storyline.[2] The team came to an end on the October 7 airing of Superstars after a match between Archer and Chris Masters. Archer accidentally struck Hawkins outside the ring after which the two argued and a distracted Archer lost the match. Afterwards, Hawkins assaulted Archer.[35] Hawkins moved to singles competition the following week, defeating Trent Barreta.[36] A rivalry then began between the two shortly after, with Barreta getting the win on the November 18 episode of Superstars.[37] In a rematch the next week, Hawkins defeated Barreta, claiming Barreta's win the week before was a fluke.[38] The feud ended with Barreta coming out on top when Barreta beat Hawkins on the December 9 episode of Superstars.[39]

Teaming with Tyler Reks (2011–2012)

Tyler Reks and Hawkins (right) in 2012

On April 26, Hawkins was drafted to the Raw brand as part of the 2011 Supplemental Draft.[40] Hawkins and Ryder had a brief reunion on the May 19 episode of Superstars, where they teamed together in a losing effort against Kozlov and Santino Marella. After Hawkins beat JTG on the May 26 episode of Superstars,[41] Hawkins returned on the September 8 episode of Superstars, teaming with Tyler Reks to defeat Percy Watson and Titus O'Neil.[42] Hawkins and Reks then began appearing on the fifth season of NXT, by attacking the Usos from behind on the September 27 episode of NXT.[43] Over the next two weeks on NXT, Hawkins and Reks faced the Usos in tag team matches, with Hawkins and Reks winning the first match[44] and the Usos winning the second match.[45]

From October 2011, Hawkins, claiming a broken ankle, began to carry around a metal walking cane.[46] However, when Hawkins' injury had healed sufficiently for him to wrestle, he still brought the cane with him to the ring.[47] Hawkins and Reks then lost a non-title match to Air Boom on the December 22 episode of Superstars. Hawkins debuted on Raw on January 9, 2012, and was quickly defeated by a returning Brodus Clay.[48] Hawkins and Reks feuded with Trent Barreta and Yoshi Tatsu from December 2011.[49] Both teams regularly played pranks on each other, Tatsu being locked in a closet and Reks' hands being superglued onto an Xbox controller.[50] The feud ended when Hawkins and Reks defeated Barreta and Tatsu on the January 18 episode of NXT.[51]

Hawkins and Reks then became NXT's troublemakers, tormenting NXT host Matt Striker on his lacklustre career and how they should be main-eventing NXT, even once going to the extent of assaulting him after a match.[52] This forced Striker to appoint William Regal as NXT's prime authority figure on the February 29 episode of NXT.[53] Regal often employed harsh measures to keep Hawkins and Reks in line, including threatening suspensions for bad behaviour and condemning them to janitorial duty, this caused them much frustration.[54] On the March 21, 2012 episode of NXT Redemption, a storyline began in which Striker was knocked out with chloroform by Johnny Curtis and Maxine, and then Striker was kidnapped by unknown persons,[55] later revealed to be Hawkins and Reks, who intended to blackmail Maxine into using her charms to get Regal to leave them alone.[56] Unfortunately for Hawkins and Reks, Striker was rescued by Derrick Bateman and Kaitlyn.[57] On the April 18 episode of NXT, the freed Striker confronted Hawkins and Reks about the kidnapping, and Hawkins admitted the crime. As punishment, Regal put Hawkins and Reks in a match against each other, with Striker as referee. The loser would be fired. Even though Reks won to supposedly save his job at the expense of Hawkins', Regal decided to fire Reks as well, sending the two troublemakers away from NXT.[58]

However, Regal could not keep the duo away from NXT for long, as they managed to convince villainous higher authority figure John Laurinaitis to rehire them as NXT's security team on the May 9 episode of NXT.[59] Hawkins and Reks continued to act as Laurinaitis' lackeys, confiscating anti-Laurinaitis signs at Over the Limit[60] and attacking John Cena on the May 21 episode of Raw.[61] Hawkins and Reks' association with Laurinaitis ended after Laurinaitis lost his job at No Way Out.[62] On the final episode of the fifth season of NXT on June 13, Hawkins and Reks defeated Percy Watson and Derrick Bateman.

Hawkins and Reks engaged in a one-sided feud with Ryback in July 2012. After both Hawkins and Reks lost singles matches to Ryback on SmackDown, Ryback defeated both of them in a handicap match at Money in the Bank.[63] At Raw 1,000, Hawkins and Reks, along with four other wrestlers, attempted to ambush Kane to make a statement, but a returning Undertaker interrupted the attack and The Brothers of Destruction disposed of Hawkins and Reks.[64] They again lost to Ryback on the August 6 episode of Raw.[65] After being told by SmackDown General Manager Booker T to "step it up",[66] Hawkins and Reks debuted a stripper gimmick on the August 17 episode of SmackDown while squashing a jobber tag team.[67]

A week later, Reks asked for his release as he intended to retire from wrestling to spend more time with his family; he and WWE parted ways on August 21, thus ending the team.[68][69] In October, Hawkins announced that he had undergone surgery for a torn posterior cruciate ligament and meniscus.[70]

NXT (2013–2014)

On the January 21, 2013 Raw, a short-haired Hawkins returned on television tapings in a show-closing brawl.[71] He made his return match on the February 9 episode of Saturday Morning Slam, losing to Justin Gabriel. After that, Hawkins most commonly appeared on Superstars and NXT where he lost all of his matches.[72][73] On the May 8, 2014 episode of NXT, Hawkins competed in a battle royal to determine a new #1 contender to the NXT Championship, in which he was unsuccessful. On the May 22 episode of NXT Hawkins faced Adrian Neville in a losing effort.

On June 12, 2014, WWE announced that they released Hawkins from his contract.[74]

Independent circuit (2014–2016)

A day after his release from WWE, Myers wrestled at a Jersey Championship Wrestling (JCW) event, teaming with Val Venis to defeat Danny Demento and Erik Andretti.[75]

On August 29, 2014, Myers made his debut for Pro Wrestling Guerrilla (PWG), losing to A.J. Styles in the first round of the 2014 Battle of Los Angeles.[76]

In April 2015, Myers defeated Brent Banks, in Alpha-1 Wrestling, to win the A1 Alpha Male Championship and the first singles championship in his pro wrestling career. He would later lose the title, in June, to Josh Alexander.

In June 2015, Myers defeated Chris Payne, in Pro Wrestling Syndicate (PWS), to win the PWS Television Championship.

On July 24, 2015, Myers entered Global Force Wrestling (GFW) tournament to crown the inaugural GFW Global Champion but lost in the quarterfinal round to Chris Mordetzky.[77]

In August 2015, Myers defeated Papadon, in Five Borough Wrestling (FBW), to win the FBW Heavyweight Championship.

In September 2015, Myers lost his PWS Television Championship to Chris Payne. In December, Myers regained the title after he defeated Payne in a ladder match.

In April 2016, Myers defended his FBW Heavyweight Championship in a Fatal 4-Way match and lost his title to Mike Verna.

Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (2015)

Myers in October 2015

Myers made his Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) debut representing GFW on the July 27, 2015 episode of Impact Wrestling, where he teamed with Trevor Lee and lost to The Wolves.[78] On the September 2 edition of Impact Wrestling, Myers and Lee defeated The Wolves in a rematch to win the TNA World Tag Team Championship.[79] The next week on the September 9 edition of Impact Wrestling, they dropped the title back to The Wolves, ending their reign for only one day. On the September 16 edition of Impact Wrestling, Team GFW (Myers, Jeff Jarrett, Eric Young, Chris Mordetzky and Sonjay Dutt) lost to Team TNA (Drew Galloway, Lashley, Eddie Edwards, Bram and Davey Richards) in a Lethal Lockdown Match. At Bound for Glory, he and Trevor Lee had a rematch for the TNA World Tag Team Championship against the Wolves, but failed to win the titles.

Return to WWE (2016–present)

Face the Facts (2016–2017)

On July 21, 2016, Myers signed to make his return to WWE and joined the SmackDown brand.[80] Myers returned to WWE under his Curt Hawkins ring name in vignettes stating that it was "time to face the facts" in similar vein of the well-known Chuck Norris facts,[81] beginning in August. This continued until it was announced that he would make his televised in-ring return at the No Mercy pay-per-view. At the event, he "stepped into the ring" and announced his debut match to take place on that week's episode of SmackDown.[81] However, the scheduled match was bumped from the show due to time constraints.[82] The week after on SmackDown, Hawkins was scheduled to face Apollo Crews. After Crews punched Hawkins, Hawkins left the ring before the match could start.[83] Jason Powell of Pro Wrestling Dot Net described Hawkins' gimmick as an "obnoxious heel" that "bounces from being funny to groan-inducing", while praising Hawkins' performance.[84] Hawkins' actions were also widely compared to that of Eva Marie, in which Marie would fake unfortunate events to avoid in-ring competition.[83][84][85]

On the November 1 episode of SmackDown, Hawkins accepted Dolph Ziggler's first open challenge for the Intercontinental Championship, losing to Ziggler in seven seconds.[86] On the November 8 episode of SmackDown, Hawkins earned his first televised victory since returning by defeating Apollo Crews.[87] On the TLC: Tables Ladders and Chairs pre-show, Hawkins made his pay-per-view in-ring return, when he teamed with The Vaudevillains (Aiden English and Simon Gotch) and The Ascension (Konnor and Viktor) against The Hype Bros (Zack Ryder and Mojo Rawley), American Alpha (Jason Jordan and Chad Gable) and Apollo Crews in a losing effort. On February 12, 2017, at Elimination Chamber pre-show, Hawkins would face Mojo Rawley in a losing effort. On the March 14 episode of SmackDown, in a backstage segment, Hawkins declared he would be competing in the André the Giant Memorial Battle Royal at WrestleMania 33 where the match was won by Mojo Rawley.

Losing streak (2017–present)

On April 10, Hawkins was moved to the Raw brand as part of the Superstar Shake-up. During this time, he suffered many losses to Apollo Crews, Finn Bálor, Seth Rollins, Heath Slater and Jason Jordan. In July 2017, it was revealed that Hawkins had a losing streak of 100 matches, claimed by WWE to be the longest losing streak of the 'modern era'.[88] This was soon included into Hawkins’ gimmick. During the September 25, 2017 episode of Raw, Hawkins issued an open challenge to the locker room for an opponent to break his then-118 match losing streak. By the end of 2017, Hawkins failed to win a match, ending the year with over 150 consecutive losses.[89]

In early 2018, Hawkins regularly wrestled on Main Event and continued his losing streak, with Hawkins achieving numerous near falls and being described as a "sympathetic figure at this point."[90] On the April 2 episode of Raw, Hawkins approached Braun Strowman and proposed to be his tag team partner in Strowman's match against Raw Tag Team Champions Cesaro and Sheamus at WrestleMania 34, before being thrown through a wall by Strowman.[91] At WrestleMania 34, Hawkins competed in the André the Giant Memorial battle royal which was won by Matt Hardy. At the Greatest Royal Rumble, Hawkins entered at number 43, but was quickly eliminated by Braun Strowman. On the June 4, 2018 episode of Raw, Hawkins earned his 200th consecutive loss to a local wrestler after Baron Corbin interrupted Hawkins' match and attacked his opponent, causing Hawkins to lose via disqualification. On the August, 20th edition of Raw he confronted Elias and challenged him to a match, turning face for the first time since 2007. Hawkins would go on to lose the match, bringing his record to 0-219.[92]

Other media

Hawkins' first venture into YouTube came in the form of a short lived YouTube series called Callin' Spots with Curt Hawkins, which lasted only two episodes.[93] His first video has since been deleted but has kept up his second video where he thanks Edge for giving him his first opportunity in WWE which was being part of La Familia and for being a friend and mentor.

Hawkins also appeared in Zack Ryder's YouTube series, Z! True Long Island Story.[94] After sporadically appearing on the show he became a regular on the show. Hawkins and Reks have appeared on the show together also. One of Hawkins most memorable segments came after Zack Ryder started to use a cane on his show. Scott Stanford, another regular on the show, has come up to Hawkins and Reks saying that they are using the Broski Cane, this has annoyed the pair on every occasion stating that Hawkins used a cane first.

Hawkins and Reks created an animated YouTube series called MidCard Mafia in 2011, but the show upset WWE management, so Hawkins and Reks cancelled the series and removed the uploaded shows.[95]

Hawkins also appeared in multiple episodes of WWE Inbox, a show where Superstars and Divas answer questions submitted by fans on Twitter. On episode five of Santino Marella's "Foreign Exchange," Marella and Yoshi Tatsu gave him their spare change after seeing him wearing his "Change for NXT" shirt. Hawkins was also a supporting actor in the film (Romance) In the Digital Age.[96] In 2018, Hawkins started a podcast with Zack Ryder about wrestling figures called The Major Wrestling Figures Podcast.

Video games

Curt Hawkins made his video game debut in WWE SmackDown vs. Raw 2009. He later returned to the series in WWE 2K18. He also appears in WWE 2K19 and the mobile game WWE SuperCard.

Personal life

While he was inactive in WWE, in 2013, Myers and Pat Buck opened a wrestling school in Hicksville, New York, Create A Pro wrestling academy.[97][98]

Myers married his long time girlfriend, Lizzie Karcher on October 9, 2015.[99] The couple have a daughter together, born on June 14, 2017 named McKenzie.[100]

He is also good friends with Zack Ryder and Trent Barreta in real life as they trained together during the early years of their careers.

Championships and accomplishments

Myers with the A1 Alpha Male Championship


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External links

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  • Curt Hawkins's Global Force Wrestling profile
  • Curt Hawkins's profile at,, Internet Wrestling Database
  • Curt Hawkins on IMDb
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