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Brian Myers

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Also known as Brian Major, Brian Majors, Curt Hawkins

Current gimmick: Brian Myers
Promotion: Freelancer
Age: 31 years
Birthplace: Long Island, New York, USA
Gender: male
Height: 6' 2" (188 cm)
Weight: 216 lbs (98 kg)
WWW: http://twitter.com/TheCurtHawkins
https://www.instagram.com/thecurthawkins/
Alter egos: Brian Major
    a.k.a.  Brian Majors
Brian Myers
Curt Hawkins
Roles: Singles Wrestler
Tag Team Wrestler
WWE Development Wrestler (2006 - 2010)
Beginning of in-ring career: 2004
Wrestling style: Techniker
Trainer: Mikey Whipwreck & David Taylor
Nickname(s): "Prince Of Queens"
Trademark holds: Heat Seeking Elbow, Arm Twist Swinging Samoan Drop
Brian Myers
Brian Myers (Independent, 2005) Brian Majors (DSW, 2006) Brian Major (WWE, 2007) Curt Hawkins (WWE, 2008) Curt Hawkins (WWE, 2010) Curt Hawkins (WWE, 2011) Curt Hawkins (WWE, 2012) Curt Hawkins (WWE, 2013) Curt Hawkins (Independent, 2014) Brian Myers (Independent, 2015) Brian Myers (Independent, 2016)
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Latest comments of the CAGEMATCH inmates
Andrew Hellstrom wrote on 09.03.2016:
[10.0] "Very underrated wrestler. WWE wasted him and now in the indies he is doing a great job. Hope to see him again in the future in WWE or in another major wrestling company. He is such and amazing competitor and he could have a great future."
GateKeeperSyn wrote on 15.02.2016:
[10.0] "Brian Myers is probably my favorite guy on the indies right now. He's extremely underrated, and I say this as someone who used to underrate him. I absolutely HATED Curt Hawkins. I didn't want to know anything about him. I found him annoying and insignificant. When he ended up on the indies, he was suddenly everywhere. I didn't give him a fair shot at first, but once I started to watch him and pay attention, I realized that WWE had no idea what they were doing with him. His ring skills are amazing. He has a ton of personality. He can pull off being a heel in NJ and a babyface in NY like he's blinking, and he does well in either role. He's amazing to watch and he knows how to showcase his opponents perfectly. I can't praise him enough! I have definitely changed my views on Brian since he came to the indies and I realize now he is another prime example of WWE's misuse of talent. I am a Brian Myers fan for life!"
JMTheBadOne wrote on 26.07.2015:
[5.0] "Brian Myers will be best known among mainstream wrestling fans as Curt Hawkins during his time in the WWE. Though he and Zack Ryder were standout tag wrestlers as they came up through the indies, his WWE success was limited to holding the WWE Tag Titles around the time where they were better known for being window dressing for Edge. Once Ryder began to head in his own direction as a singles wrestler, Myers found himself wrestling with the likes of Tyler Reks, Vance Archer, and Trent Barretta as he bounced between the WWE's main roster (most often used on Superstars and house matches) and the developmental territories FCW and NXT. After his work in the WWE, Myers went on to have a rather well-traveled career in the indies; the highlights of which included securing singles titles in PWS and Alpha-1."
DanTalksRasslin wrote on 08.04.2015:
[6.0] "Solid in-ring work and excels as a tag team wrestler, but perhaps just didn't have the personality to make it to the next level on his own. Still, to be the one chosen to work with the Rock in preparation for his WrestleMania match has to mean he is doing something right. No longer with the WWE but is getting regular work on the indys. Solid talent who will probably always have a place in wrestling one way or another."
KelticKiller wrote on 01.11.2014:
[10.0] "Curt Hawkins is simply on of the best wrestlers that worked in the WWE. He was well overdue of a push. I mean, seriously, he could have been up there in the all time greats. He could work any role you gave him but in all fairness, he's better off as a heel. He has some great wrestling moves too and totally looks the part."
Wrestling Scholar 98 wrote on 24.10.2014:
[9.0] "Curt Hawkins is severely underated. He is a very good wrestler. His gimmick suits him extremely well. His mic skills are decent. Sadly, WWE made Hawkins a jobber for his entire career. With this accusation, I was surprised that Curt Hawkins was in WWE for 8 years. He should have at least been a mid card wrestler and a U. S or Intercontinental Champion. I hope he can find wrestling success on the Independence Circuit."
DolphRyderHawkins wrote on 16.07.2014:
[7.0] "He Is A Very Good Wrestler And Also A Great Inspiration For Me He's A Good Guy Who At Least Conquer The WWE Tag Team Titles Once With Ryder."
steviecw wrote on 08.06.2014:
[8.0] "Such a waste by WWE. Talented guy and a true fan of the industry. Selfishly I almost wish they'd release him so he could do something special in another promotion but I obviously wish him the best financial success possible, which WWE is generally key for. I recommend listening to him on The Art of Wrestling with Colt Cabana if you haven't."
L3NA wrote on 24.05.2014:
[7.0] "Very talented worker that could've gone further if he didn't fall so badly into jobber category. Maybe, one day, but I have some doubts."
JustinJDMarineau wrote on 04.08.2013:
[10.0] "I don't know why the hell WWE doesn't utilize Curt Hawkins more because he is an absolutely great talker when he's a heel, I feel he's a way better wrestler than people give him credit for (it shows by the total rating he has on here which is beyond me! ), he's already proved that he can hang so well and rise to the top in the tag team scene if given the opportunity and even though he's very underrated, he is without a doubt a tag team specialist, so in essence I truly believe that he has a lot of potential to be successful as a singles competitor in WWE if given the opportunity too and right now WWE is not doing anything with him? That is totally mind-boggling to me!"

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Average Rating: 5.63
Average in 2016: 7.38
Average in 2015: 5.67
Average in 2014: 6.71
Average in 2013: 6.30
Average in 2012: 5.22
Average in 2011: 5.86
Average in 2010: 5.04
Average in 2009: 5.06
Average in 2008: 5.43
Average in 2007: 5.33

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