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Sami Callihan
Solomon Crowe WM31Axxess.jpg
Johnston in March 2015
Birth name Sam Johnston
Born (1987-09-01) September 1, 1987 (age 31)
Bellefontaine, Ohio, United States
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s) Solomon Crowe
Jeremiah Crane
Jeremiah Snake
Sami Callihan
Billed height 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)
Billed weight 200 lb (91 kg)
Billed from Bellefontaine, Ohio
Trained by Les Thatcher
Impact Wrestling
Debut 2006

Sam Johnston[1] (born September 1, 1987)[2] is an American professional wrestler and promoter, who is currently signed to Impact Wrestling under the ring name Sami Callihan and Lucha Underground under the ring name Jeremiah Snake.

He has worked for several independent promotions throughout the United States. He found the most success in Combat Zone Wrestling (CZW), but has also wrestled for Dragon Gate USA, Evolve, Ring of Honor, Pro Wrestling Guerrilla, Full Impact Pro, and All American Wrestling. In CZW, he held the CZW Iron Man/New Horror Championship, the CZW Ultraviolent Underground Championship, and the CZW World Junior Heavyweight Championship, and won the 2012 Best of the Best tournament. He was signed to WWE from 2013 to 2015, appearing in its developmental territory NXT under the ring name Solomon Crowe.

Professional wrestling career

Heartland Wrestling Association (2006–2011)

Shortly after his debut, Callihan became a member of "The Crew" faction, which also consisted of Jon Moxley, Dick Rick and Pepper Parks.[3] Callihan began regularly competing for the Heartland Wrestling Association, and faced wrestlers including Chad Collyer and Nigel McGuinness.[3] He competed in Chikara's 2008 Young Lions Tournament but did not win the tournament.[3] He advanced to the finals of the 2008 Ted Petty Invitational tournament with victories over Chris Hero, Eddie Kingston and 2 Cold Scorpio.[3] On September 28, 2008, he competed for the HWA Heavyweight Championship in a three-way match, also involving Drake Younger, but lost to Jake Crist.[3] On November 26, 2008, he was eliminated by HWA Heavyweight Champion Jake Crist in the Thanksgiving Eve eight-man tag team elimination match.[3] In a rematch on October 1, 2008, he was again defeated by Jake Crist.[3] In 2011, Callihan made it to the final of the first Heartland Cup tournament against Jake Crist.

Insanity Pro Wrestling (2006–2011)

Callihan began wrestling for IPW throughout 2006 as "Cannonball Sami" until late 2006 when he underwent a name change to Sami Callihan.[4] In 2007 at IPW Reign Of The Insane 6th Anniversary Show Callihan gained entry into the IPW 2007 Super Junior Heavyweight tournament beating Dustin Rayz, xOMGx, and Louis Linaris to qualify, but lost in the first round to Diehard.[5] In 2008 at Uprising Callihan began feuding with IPW Junior Heavyweight Champion Billy Roc after a controversial double pin in a four-way match for the title, also involving Ricochet and Shiima Xion.[6] The next month at Legally Insane Callihan and Roc teamed up in a losing effort against "The Messiahs of a New Age" of Dustin Rayz and Lou Roberts. Callihan and Roc would have their first singles match for the Junior Heavyweight Championship at Heatstroke which ended in a time limit draw.[6] The next month at Crowning Point Callihan and Roc wrestled in a Pure Rules match, which ended in a no contest, and the pair faced off at IPW Reign of the Insane 7th Anniversary in a ladder match in which Callihan beat Roc for the IPW Junior Heavyweight Championship.[6] The next month at the IPW Super Junior Heavyweight Tournament Callihan defeated Q Skillz, CJ Otis, and Justin Andrews en route to the final, where he lost the Junior Heavweight Championship to Aaron Williams.[6] Callihan would not make another appearance for IPW until late 2009 at Reign of the Insane Stage 2 8th Anniversary losing to James Avery.[7] On May 18, 2010, he defeated Toby Klein at the JC Bailey benefit show.[8] Callihan returned to competing regularly for IPW in 2011. At IPW Showdown In Naptown Callihan defeated Kyle O'Reilly, and later that night formed an alliance with IPW World Heavyweight Champion Jimmy Jacobs by saving him from an attack by Dustin Rayz and Sweet Lou Roberts.[9] On May 7, 2011, at Keep the Faith Callihan would wrestle in a four-way match also involving Jake Crist, AR Fox, and Zack Sabre, Jr with Fox winning the match.[9] On June 18 at Revelations Callihan defeated Jake Crist for the vacant IPW World Heavyweight Championship.[9] Callihan held the championship until November 7, 2011, at Insane Intentions, when he lost it to Jake Crist in a triple threat match that also involved B.J. Whitmer.[9]

Combat Zone Wrestling (2008–2013, 2015-2018)

Callihan in 2010

Callihan made his CZW debut at "Summer School" on June 14, 2008. At the 2008 Chri$ Ca$h Memorial Show, he won the Chri$ Ca$h Memorial Battle Royal. He defeated LuFisto to earn a spot in the main event at Cage Of Death X.[10]

At the Decade of Destruction – 10th Anniversary show on February 14, 2009, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Callihan defeated Jon Dahmer; originally the match was supposed to be Dahmer versus E.M.O., but as E.M.O. was making his way to the ring, the Arena's video screens showed Callihan arguing with CZW management and demanding a title match. Management denied his request, and instead told him that if he defeated Dahmer he could have a title match whenever he wanted. This led to Callihan attacking E.M.O.and taking his spot in the match against Dahmer, which he then won after a distraction by Jon Moxley. Later that night Callihan went to the ring after CZW Iron Man Champion Brain Damage and his Cult Fiction tag team partner Deranged had lost a match to The H8 Club. He brought a referee with him, and after Callihan threatened him, the referee sanctioned an immediate match, which Callihan won to become the new champion.[11] At the Eye for an Eye event on April 13, Callihan declared that the championship would now be known as the "CZW New Horror Championship".[10][12][13] On June 13, 2009, Callihan lost the championship to Egotistico Fantastico.[12] On October 25, 2009, Callihan defeated Danny Havoc to win the CZW Ultraviolent Underground Championship, but the lost the title the same day to Thumbtack Jack. On April 10, 2010, at Swingin For The Fences Callihan received a match for the CZW World Heavyweight Championship in a losing effort against Switchblade Conspiracy partner Jon Moxley. In November 2011, Callihan defeated Adam Cole for the CZW World Junior Heavyweight Championship. The following April, Callihan won the Best of the Best XI tournament.[14] He lost the title to Drake Younger at 5 de Mayo. Callihan won the title for a second time on July 14, 2012, in a 60-minute Ultraviolent Rules Iron Man match, but lost it the same day to AR Fox. In July 2017, in a behind-the-scenes promotion, Callihan was appointed the leader of CZW's creative team.[15]

On April 15, 2018, he left CZW after a disagreement with the new direction of the promotion.

Pro Wrestling Syndicate (2009–2010)

On May 29, 2009, Callihan debuted for Pro Wrestling Syndicate at their Brawl For Paul event, where he lost a four-way match, also involving Xavier, Monsta Mack, and winner Trent Acid. On August 10, 2010, Callihan was part of The PWS Majestic Twelve Title Tournament. In the opening round he teamed with Dan Maff to defeat Adam Cole and Bandido Jr, and went on to defeat Maff in the second. In the final Callihan pinned Danny Demanto, but was then pinned by Devon Moore. On May 27, 2011, Callihan defeated Dan Maff, and then defeated Devon Moore to win the PWS Heavyweight Championship in a match that included run-ins by Kevin Matthews, Maff, Danny Demanto, Velvet Sky, and Mick Foley. He went to defend the championship against Colt Cabana, Jay Lethal, and The Great Muta.

Evolve (2010–2013)

On May 1, 2010, Callihan debuted for Evolve at Evolve 3: Rise or Fall in a winning effort against Adam Cole.[16] On July 23, at Evolve 4: Danielson vs Fish, Callihan gained his second victory defeating Arik Cannon via submission.[17] Matches against wrestlers including Zack Sabre, Jr., Brodie Lee, AR Fox, Bobby Fish, and Dave "Fit" Finlay at Evolve 9 followed. On April 5, 2013, Callihan took part in a tournament to determine the inaugural Evolve Champion, where he made it to the finals, before losing to AR Fox.[18]

Dragon Gate USA (2010–2011)

Sami Callihan during a 2CW show in September 2011

On July 24, 2010, Callihan made his debut for Dragon Gate USA, losing to Jimmy Jacobs in a dark match.[19] After wrestling several matches for the promotion through the rest of the year, Callihan was placed in his first angle on April 3, 2011, at Open the Ultimate Gate, when he and Arik Cannon walked out on a six–way match. Later in the event, Callihan and Cannon announced they would be forming a tag team named the D.U.F. (Dirty Ugly Fucks) and defeated The Dark City Fight Club (Jon Davis and Kory Chavis) in their first match together.[20][21] On June 5 at Enter The Dragon 2011, Callihan and Arik Cannon were joined by Pinkie Sanchez, and picked up a major win over the tag team of Open the Dream Gate Champion Masaaki Mochizuki and Susumu Yokosuka.[22]

Pro Wrestling Guerrilla (2012–2013, 2015-present)

Callihan made his debut for the Southern California-based company Pro Wrestling Guerrilla on April 21, 2012. At the sixth annual Dynamite Duumvirate Tag Team Title Tournament, he teamed with Roderick Strong to take on 2 Husky Black Guys (El Generico and Willie Mack) in a losing effort in the opening round. After the match, Callihan challenged PWG World Champion Kevin Steen to a title match, which took place later that day; Callihan lost the match. In his next appearance on July 21, he was beaten by Michael Elgin at PWG's nine-year anniversary event, Threemendous III. In September, he got his first series of wins at the 2012 Battle of Los Angeles; he defeated Willie Mack to advance to the quarterfinal round, where he beat TJ Perkins. In the semi-final, he lost to eventual winner Adam Cole. At Mystery Vortex on December 1, he was victorious over Drake Younger. After the match, it was announced that Callihan and Younger would participate in a best of three match series to determine a number one contender for the PWG World Championship. At the 2013 Dynamite Duumvirate Tag Team Title Tournament, which took place on January 12, 2013, Callihan fought Younger in a non-tournament knockout or submission-only match. Callihan lost the bout when he tapped out, tying the score. On March 22, 2013, Callihan lost the series, when he was defeated by Younger in the third match, a Guerrilla Warfare match.[23] On June 15, Callihan wrestled his PWG farewell match, a 60-minute Iron Man match, where he unsuccessfully challenged longtime rival Adam Cole for the PWG World Championship, losing the match six falls to five.[24][25][26]

Ring of Honor (2008–2009)

On November 11, 2008 Callihan made his Ring of Honor debut at Escalation in a losing effort in a four-corner survival match also involving Go Shiozaki, Rhett Titus, and Grizzly Redwood.[27] Callihan appeared on the inaugural episode of Ring of Honor Wrestling on HDNet, which aired on March 21, losing to Kenny King.[28]

WWE (2012–2015)

On October 23, 2012, Johnston wrestled a dark match for WWE, in which he was defeated by Johnny Curtis.[29] In April 2013, it was reported that Johnston was undergoing medical tests for the promotion, and on May 27 Dragon Gate USA confirmed that Johnston had signed with WWE.[30][31]

On August 29, 2013, under the new WWE ring name Solomon Crowe,[32] he debuted for WWE's developmental system NXT, with a loss to Xavier Woods at a live event.[33] He would fail to appear on televised episodes of NXT for more than a year, instead being restricted to live events or dark matches during television tapings. At a live event on December 6, 2013, Crowe assumed the character of a hacker, using a tablet computer to seize control of the arena lights, and attacked Kalisto.[34] At the February 28, 2014 NXT television tapings, Crowe defeated Sylvester Lefort in what would have been his NXT television debut,[35] but the match was removed from the episode; it was supposed to air for the March 6, 2014 NXT.[36] In August 2014, Johnston suffered a chipped tibia during a tag team match with Kalisto against The Ascension; the injury did not require surgery and he was able to return to the ring in November. In late 2014, Crowe wrestled a number of dark matches on NXT, including one against the returning Brian Kendrick.[37][38][39]

From the January 28, 2015 episode of NXT, WWE began airing teasers for Crowe's television debut.[40] On the February 18 episode of NXT, Crowe made his television debut, attacking CJ Parker.[41] In his first televised match on the March 4 episode of NXT, he defeated Bull Dempsey.[42]

On November 24, 2015, WWE announced that Johnston was released from his WWE contract.[43]

Return to the independent circuit (2015–present)

Callihan posing post-match at a Smash Wrestling show in 2017

On November 28, 2015, after being released from WWE, Johnston returned to the independent circuit, switching back to his Sami Callihan character where he appeared at All American Wrestling's Windy City Classic XI event.[44] He attacked new AAW Heavyweight Champion, Eddie Kingston.[45]

On December 4, 2015, he returned to Rockstar Pro Wrestling to face and defeat long time friend Jake Crist at the Killer XMas iPPV.

Callihan returned to Combat Zone Wrestling at Cage of Death XVII on December 12, 2015, defeating David Starr.[46]

On December 11, 2015, Callihan returned to Pro Wrestling Guerrilla in the first night of All-Star Weekend event, where he defeated Drew Gulak.[47]

Callihan debuted for PROGRESS Wrestling in May 2016 during the 2016 Super Strong Style 16 tournament, beating Matt Cross in the first round[48] and losing to Tommy End in the quarter finals.[49]

On May 21, 2016, Callihan defeated John Skyler to win the Premiere Wrestling Xperience World Heavyweight Championship.

On July 8, 2016, Callihan returned to Fight Club: PRO at the "Rage Against The Death Machine" event. After making it his intention to give the Fight Club: PRO Championship world title status, he later defeated Trent Seven to win the vacant championship.[50]

On June 8, 2018, Callihan defeated Evander James for House of Glory's Crown Jewel Championship at their "Temperature Rising" show. He retained the title at their "High Intensity 7" show on August 17 against Low Ki after hitting him with a low blow to intentionally get himself disqualified. After the match, Bully Ray appeared and powerbombed Callihan.[51]

Lucha Underground (2016–present)

On January 10, 2016, Callihan wrestled a dark match at a Lucha Underground taping against King Cuerno and Flamita. In March 2016, Callihan signed a deal to appear in the third season of Lucha Underground. He made his debut in a segment on the October 5, 2016 episode of Lucha Underground as Ivelisse's boyfriend Jeremiah Crane.[52] The following week, Crane attacked Marty Martinez and Mariposa following Ivelisse's match. Crane competed in Aztec Warfare III entering at number four, but was the first to be eliminated by Matanza Cueto. Crane would then compete in the Battle of the Bulls tournament, defeating Dante Fox, Killshot and Mariposa in the first round.[53] In the finals of the tournament, Crane competed in an elimination fatal-4-way match, being eliminated by the eventual winner, The Mack. Crane made his return at Aztec Warfare IV on the first episode of season 4 in the Aztec Warfare entering at number 14 but got eliminated by pinfall by Pentagon Dark. Later that season in Episode 3 he got put in a casket by Mil Muertes after Ivelisse bloodied him. He would return on Episode 9, now under the name of Jeremiah Snake, as a member of the Reptile Tribe, teaming with Daga, Drago, and Kobra Moon in a losing effort against Aerostar and the Worldwide Underground (Johnny Mundo, PJ Black, and Taya). In the episode, The Reptile Tribe won the Lucha Underground Trios Championship from Killshot, The Mack, and Son of Havoc.

Impact Wrestling (2017–present)

On November 5, 2017, at Bound for Glory, Callihan made his debut, interfering in a 5150 Street Fight for the Impact World Tag Team Championship, helping Ohio Versus Everything (oVe) to retain the title.[54] Callihan and Ohio Versus Everything (oVe) would then go on to feud with LAX with LAX beating oVe in a 6-man tag team match on November 16 . On December 14 edition of Impact, Callihan would light a fire flame in the face of Konnan after a face to face summit. Ohio Versus Everything (oVe) would then challenge LAX in a Barbed Wire Massacre match where they lost the match thus ending the feud.

New Japan Pro-Wrestling (2017)

On November 6, 2017, Callihan was announced as a participant in New Japan Pro-Wrestling's 2017 World Tag League, where he would team with Juice Robinson.[55] The team, dubbed "Death Juice",[56] finished second in their block with a record of four wins and three losses, failing to advance to the finals.[57]

Championships and accomplishments

Luchas de Apuestas record

Winner (wager) Loser (wager) Location Event Date Notes
Sami Callihan (hair) Pentagón Jr. (championship) Berwyn, Illinois, U.S. Jim Lynam Memorial Tournament - Day 2 October 8, 2016 [Note 1][79]
Rey Fenix (mask) Sami Callihan (championship) Berwyn, Illinois, U.S. Defining Moment 2017 August 31, 2017 [80]
Pentagón Jr. (mask) Sami Callihan (hair) Toronto, Ontario, Canada Slammiversary XVI July 22, 2018

Footnotes

  1. ^ This was a tag team match, where Callihan and Jake Crist defeated Pentagón Jr. and Rey Fenix with Callihan winning the AAW Heavyweight Championship. Crist's career and Fenix's mask were also on the line.

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External links

  • Sami Callihan on IMDb
  • Sami Callihan's profile at Cagematch.net, Wrestlingdata.com, Internet Wrestling Database
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