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Tyler Reks - Professional Wrestling Career - World Wrestling Entertainment / WWE - Florida Championship Wrestling (2008–2010)
... in January 2008 and was assigned to the Florida Championship Wrestling territory as Tyler Reks ... He participated in a FCW Florida Heavyweight Title Battle Royal which was won by Jack Hager ... He also took part in FCW Florida Tag Team Title Tournament with Rycklon, during this tournament he had his first victory at FCW defeating Ted DiBiase, Jr ...
Tommy Farr
... and nicknamed "the Tonypandy Terror", he became British and Empire heavyweight champion on 15 March 1937 ... Prior to 1936, he had boxed in the light heavyweight division in which he was the Welsh champion ... He is considered one of the greatest British heavyweight fighters ...
Heavyweight - Kickboxing
... In kickboxing, a heavyweight fighter weighs between 88 kg (196 lb) and 100 kg (220 lb) ... Fighters over 100 kg (220 lb) are considered super heavyweights ...
Michael Mc Gillicutty - Professional Wrestling Career - World Wrestling Entertainment (2007-present) - Florida Championship Wrestling (2007–2010)
... Wrestling Entertainment and was assigned to its developmental territory Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW) ... defeated Nic Nemeth and Gavin Spears to win the FCW Florida Tag Team Championship ... On October 30, Hennig and Slater lost the Tag Team Championship to The New Hart Foundation (DH Smith and TJ Wilson) ...
Florida Championship Wrestling - Championships and Accomplishments - Defunct Championships - Florida Heavyweight Championship
... The Florida Heavyweight Championship was a professional wrestling heavyweight championship contested for in their heavyweight division of Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW ... It has since been retired in favor for the NXT Championship ...

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