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Adam Pearce


Also known as US Marshall Adam J. Pearce, Adam O'Brien, Masked Spymaster #2

Promotion: World Wrestling Entertainment
Age: 38 years
Birthplace: Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA
Gender: male
Height: 6' 2" (188 cm)
Weight: 238 lbs (108 kg)
Alter egos: Adam O'Brien
Adam Pearce
Masked Spymaster #2
US Marshall Adam J. Pearce
Roles: Singles Wrestler
Booker (2008 - 2010)
Trainer (2015 - today)
Backstage Helper
Beginning of in-ring career: 16.05.1996
End of in-ring career: 21.12.2014
In-ring experience: 18 years
Wrestling style: Allrounder
Trainer: Randy Ricci & Sonny Rogers
Nickname(s): "Scrap Iron"
Trademark holds: Piledriver, Flying Body Splash, Rackbomb II
Adam Pearce
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Latest comments of the CAGEMATCH inmates
Strezemann wrote on 10.08.2016:
[5.0] "I quite liked Pearce back in the day. His approach to wrestling, while clearly far from novel, was actually pretty refreshing at the time when the indies were all about spotfests and spectacle in general. He was world champion of PWG when I first got into them, and like I just mentioned, his style really stood out from the rest of the pack. When he eventually made it to Ring of Honor I thought he made a great addition to the ROH/CZW conflict, and not a lot of people on the roster could touch Pearce on the mic. Now that I'm more well acquainted with old school wrestling and the wrestlers who inspired Pearce, I feel like I have a bit more perspective of him as a worker. He occasionally bored me in the ring, which I thought was just a byproduct of wrestling 'old school'. But nah. Pearce, despite being a solid throwback, just wasn't that exciting in the ring, and while I'll admit to being unfamiliar with the bulk of his work as NWA champion, I don't think I ever really got into a singles feud of his. In fact, despite knowing that I've watched hours upon hours of his work, I can't even remember who he feuded with. In his defense, I think he teamed up with Shane Hagadorn which made things more boring by proxy, but still. Good on the mic, slow in the ring, not the worst booker ever."
Evan13 wrote on 02.03.2016:
[10.0] "Carved out a solid career for himself on the independents holding the NWA Title on five occasions. Not the flashiest wrestler in-ring, but he was always good at what he did. Very good & entertaining on promos. Shame he never got the right chance to wrestle on a major stage, but he makes a great addition to WWE's performance center as a trainer."
JMTheBadOne wrote on 29.11.2015:
[7.0] "Adam Pearce may have never been the big fish in the big pond, but his hard work and dedication to wrestling has seen him leave the ring both as a top indie main event wrestler and trainer for the most prominent wrestling organization in the world. Pearce started out strong on the indie scene, earning the main championships for several NWA territories in addition to IWA-Mid South's Light Heavyweight Championship. Though Pearce would earn a call-up to the WWE as a preliminary talent early in his career, he would never step foot in the ring for them during his prime. Instead, Pearce found himself to be a prolific PWG Heavyweight Champion, CWFH Heavyweight Champion, and perhaps one of the longest reigning NWA World Heavyweight Champions of the modern era (a title which he contested multiple times during his run in ROH. ) Following his feud with Colt Cabana, Pearce's in-ring career began to wind down as he started focusing more on his work as a producer. Pearce was given an invite to the WWE's Performance Center and was subsequently joined the organization as a trainer. Given his gifts and affinity for wrestling, the future of the WWE should be in good hands with Pearce."
kfordesque wrote on 09.04.2015:
[9.0] "A good wrestler, a good booker, and now apparently a good hand backstage with WWE, Adam Pearce kicked in every door the industry put in front of him and he deserves a ton of credit for his hard work over the years. Maybe we haven't see the last of him in the ring either? The man is a consummate heel and brings great energy to his work."
The5thHorseman wrote on 09.01.2015:
[4.0] "Not very good in ring and seemed to only have success when he was booking himself. The definition of adequate."
AriesMark wrote on 16.02.2014:
[10.0] "Very underrated and underappreciated. I like his old-school Arn Anderson like style"
Lecter wrote on 06.06.2013:
[5.0] "'Scrap Daddy' does okay in matches and in promos. He's had his standout moments on both fronts, but is overall just a solid performer."
wwechick1991 wrote on 23.02.2013:
[10.0] "Adam is better than a 5. 98. He is one of best indy wrestlers of all time."
JustinJDMarineau wrote on 31.03.2012:
[7.0] "Like TDMK, I saw Adam Pearce for the first time on Showdown In The Sun Night 1 as well, but unlike TDMK, I recognized Adam Pearce's name before, but I never saw him and I didn't know too much about him until Showdown In The Sun. But what I like out of Adam Pearce, I like the Scrap Iron moniker that's bestowed upon him, he's a pretty good wrestler for what he displayed against Adam Cole last night, and even though he came off really as kind of a face and a heel which I kind of don't like to be honest, he is funny when he talks trash though, I will say that for a fact."

Current Total Rating
Valid Votes: 109
Number of comments: 41
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Average Rating: 6.31
Average in 2016: 7.00
Average in 2015: 7.11
Average in 2014: 10.00
Average in 2013: 7.50
Average in 2012: 7.33
Average in 2011: 4.75
Average in 2010: 6.40
Average in 2009: 6.14
Average in 2008: 5.64
Average in 2007: 6.14

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