|Weight||232lbs (105 kg)|
|Born||November 22nd, 1983|
|Theme music|| "Who Shot Ya?" by |
|Previous federations|| One World Coalition |
Golden Championship Wrestling
Non-Stop Wrestling Alliance
|Wrestling style|| High-flying |
|Finisher(s)||"The Rising Starr"|
|Trainer||Jason "Cobra" Tellneth|
|Accomplishments||2nd OWC Grand Slam Champion|
Alexander Starrzoë sometimes spelled "StarrZoe" (born November 22nd, 1983) is a current American professional wrestler, better known as Starr. He is best known for his time in the One World Coalition (OWC), where he successfully captured every title in the company as well as his time in PrYde Wrestling. While in the OWC, Alexander served as "Supreme Overlord" and was the World Champion 3 times and is considered only the second Grand Slam Champion in company history. During his time in PrYde Wrestling, Starr has won the Evolution Championship, the Unity Championships with childhood friend and tag team partner, Ryan Rampage in a stable known as the StarrZoë Entertainment Group, and is considered the company's last World Champion. As of 2011, Alexander StarrZoë is currently signed with Warped Wrestling where he captured the World Championship.
Alex was born in the Southern section of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His childhood home is located on the corner of 13th and Reed Street, in the predominantly low-income neighborhood of Pennsport. Starr was born, the only child, to an alcoholic, blue-collar plumber and handyman father and a stay at home mother. Alexander knew little of his father, the man having ran out on Starr and his mother before the youngest StarrZoë was ever born. Starr always succeeded in elementary and middle school, enjoying high academic performances. Just before he turned 16 though, before entering the 10th grade, Starr realized his life was not in school hallways or with his nose buried in textbooks and he dropped out of school. For all of the years leading up to this time though, Alexander StarrZoë was close to his childhood friend, a child who grew up in an orphanage of the same block as Starr, Ryan Rampage. Rampage and Starr were the only professional wrestling fans either of them knew in their neighborhood or in their young lives and always joined together after school or on weekends and watched any and all wrestling they could find on television.</span></h3>
Soon though, as he grew older and took on more responsibilities as the "man of the house" and he began to rebel against his mother, he grew restless and bitter and started to act out against the norm of society. StarrZoë found fulfillment on the seedy streets of his neighborhood where he idolized the older teens with flashy gold chains and beepers. His life quickly did a 180° as he began living on the streets and pushing small amounts of drugs. Along with his overflow of extra money, Starr also found an unwanted addiction to cocaine. Quickly, Alex blew through all his money on his addiction and what he now refers to as "neighborhood rats"; loose girls with a need for men with cash. Attempting to feed his own needs, Starr began to break into cars and homes, pawning any valuable items he found. Alex also began to fund his drug habits with fighting others his age and older, locally, for small amounts of prize money.
Unfortunately he began to get comfortable and was baited into a local "sting operation" that was cracking down on the unsanctioned street fights. It is reported that in 1999, shortly after dropping out of 10th grade, Alex robbed a man in a South Philadelphia subway station. The man reportedly had $1,200 cash on him at the time. StarrZoë, after first asking his target for all his money and valuables had refused, which caused him to take up a lead pipe and strike the victim. Over the next seven minutes, Starr badly injured the man with the pipe, the list of damages includes a shattered jaw, two broken ribs, and the victim was comatose for almost two weeks. Alexander StarrZoë spent over two years in Graterford Prison, just east of Philadelphia. During his time, Alex met his future tag team partner and martial arts expert Adam Brookman. Adam introduced Starr to the sport of Muay Thai, which he quickly excelled at. Alex spent many months within the gates of the prison, challenging anyone and everyone willing to fight.
Unfortunately, after one too many fights with other inmates and a particularly violent exchange with two correctional officers, StarrZoë was moved to Upstate New York to another maximum security prison, known as Wende Correctional Facility. During his time at Wende, Starr met his now good friend Jason "Cobra" Tellneth. After the exchange of many stories both from their time inside and outside of the prison system, they bounded over shared interest in professional wrestling. Many months after both men's release Jason offered Starr a try-out match with his independent promotion the Golden Championship Wrestling. Alex, unsure if his future was in wrestling, spent much of his next few months considering his options. During his time in prison, Starr stayed in contact with his childhood friend Ryan Rampage. Rampage had long since ran away from Philadelphia, at the age of 15, and moved to New York City, living as a homeless teen.
Ryan was employed as a laborer at the local harbor, which lasted only a few months before he again began wondering through the world. While traveling through the Midwest United States, Rampage happened upon an-open door policy wrestling event. Having little wrestling talent but a need for money and a "look about his" as a promoter would go on to say, Ryan began to train with the Windy City Wrestling Circuit. After a year of training, Rampage started his wrestling careers in local promotions in Chicago. After wrestling in the Midwest for two years, Ryan was given a chance to wrestling for a sister promotion in Los Angeles, where his mild West Coast success manifested itself in the form of hardcore wrestling. It was this ability that gave him the opportunity to wrestling numerous times in Mexico, Japan, and Europe, competition in hardcore wrestling tournaments and "death matches". It was at that time that he began to reach out to Alexander StarrZoë and these phone calls and letters may have sparked Alex's interest in a professional wrestling career.
Martial Arts CareerEditAfter his release from prison, Starr ventured into the relm of kick boxing and professional Muay Thia, having picked up where he left off. He had a successful run throughout the Tri-State Area of Pennsylvania, New York, and New Jersey and won a Pennsylvania-wide Golden Gloves tournament. Unfortunately, after a mild ACL injury and realizing that professional fighting could not sufficiently pay the bills, Alexander decided to move.
Transition to Professional WrestlingEdit
After hearing of Alexander's mild success in kick boxing and his early retirement, Starr's friend and locally known independent wrestling promoter Jason Tellneth once again reached out to Alex and offered him a position in the New York State based Golden Championship Wrestling After being cleared of all ACL issues, Starr decided to attempt professional wrestling. After more than a year of rehabilitation on his leg and training in the ring, StarrZoë was teamed with a unknown former St. John's basketball player turned wrestler known as Mr. Extreme, together forming the tag team known as "The Krew".
The Krew & Golden Championship WrestlingEdit"Golden Championship Wrestling was where I got my start." Starr has been quoted as saying about his debut in wrestling; "I will always have love for that place." Starr and Mr. Extreme spent many months as a tag team and over six months as GCW Tag Team Champions. Cobra, the owner of the GCW is credited with training Starr as a wrestler; "the guy took me under his wing. He would throw my scrawny ass around that ring every day until I knew I was either going to quit the business as fast as I joined, or one day pay it back to others ten-fold." After a sad split of "The Krew" over a shot at the Hardcore Championship; Starr began a legendary feud with Weapon-X; the GCW Hardcore Champion.
"I never could beat X," Starr says to this day; "he never let me know I wasn't as good I as I thought though; he was a wily vet; he would beat me and than congratulate me on a good match-up. We had some knock-down fights though; boiler rooms, hospital beds, shit; we fought in his house once." After giving up on the Hardcore Title, Starr met future tag team partner; Chris Toxic. Toxic was partnered with a Brit known as T-Money and were known as "The Revolution". After the failing of the Golden Championship Wrestling and the failed attempt by talent to buy it out, Starr was invited to follow Money and Toxic to a new federation; the Non-Stop Wrestling Alliance.
The Non-Stop Wrestling AllianceEdit
On July 15th, 2002; Starr continued his professional wrestling career in the Non-Stop Wrestling Alliance. Scouted by the owner with the help former GCW talent Chris Toxic, Starr was taken in as developmental talent and quickly wowed managment. Starr's debut match-up against a future World Champion 9Ball would cement his career in "the Alliance". Starr proved Chris Toxic correct and the eyes of Toxic's tag partner T-Money, who created a stable with Starr, still known as The Revolution. climbing the ranks of the promotion, the three dominated, holding all four titles in the federation.
Mr. Mahuer, the owner of the NSWA, separated Toxic and Starr from T-Money by offering Money the position of General Manager. Money quickly let his power go to his head and ruined his friendship with his former stablemates. Starr had many great match-ups with future NSWA hall of famer Rip Thomas under the guide of Chris Toxic. Alex also retaliated against general manager T-Money ending his wrestling career at NSWA's Seasons Beatings in 2003, throwing Money off the stage. Around this time Starr and Chris Toxic met an impressive rookie known as Anthony Phoenix. "The kid reminded me of myself to be honest; a sick bastard willing to hurt people; Toxic and I knew he would be a good addition; Revolution II was born."
But there was something wrong; Chris Toxic wanted the spotlight and Starr already had it. "I was going for the Middle-Weight Champion against a guy known as 'Wildcat' Rip Thomas. I was up against him at a pay-per-view and I was winning, I was going for the three count after the Rising Starr, and out of nowhere, I get blasted with the title I was going to win. I look up, Toxic is beating both me and Thomas with the belt. The bastard just wanted recognition." After two months of blood battles, Starr and Chris patched up their issues and again began to plot the rebirth of the Revolution.
The three men steamrolled through competition until the end of Toxic and Starr's time in the NSWA in 2005.
"The Revolution of Men" Chris Toxic and Starr, a successful tag team for over three years strong, took the show on the road in early 2005. "We hit the independent scene, just wanted to get back to the grassroots and find what brought us into wrestling to begin with" Alex fondly remembers of his times in the independents. Starr and Toxic teamed together in an Irish promotion the Celtic Fury for two, holding the tag team titles for just under a month. It was at this time that former tag team partner Anthony Phoenix got in touch with the two men, notifying them of an open position in a new promotion.
One World CoalitionEdit
Starr spent five years in the One World Coaltion; his debut match-up against his tag team partner Phoenix in a flaming tables match-up. Within the same day of beating Anthony, he helped both of his friends form a partnership. Chris Toxic and Phoenix teamed together while Starr focused on his solo career. Unable to add up to the competition though, Starr took over 30 losses in two months. Starr disappeared for many weeks in an attempt to find himself and his career; he succeeded, no doubt. Toxic seeked out his former tag team partner, needing his help. "Toxic wanted me to shelf Phoenix, he couldn't stand the kid anymore."With the blessing of his mentor, StarrZoë took a sledgehammer to the skull of his one time partner Anthony Phoenix, putting the man on the injured reserved for many months to come. Together a newly former Starr and Toxic tag team won the Tag Team Championships three times within eight months. Toxic and Starr had many great matches with the Speedknot Mobsters, some of which are still spoken of today. One of the most memorable; and electrified cage match in which Starr tied both men to the cage with barbed wire. "Good things don't last forever though," Starr remembers of his early time in the OWC; "I won the Original One Title and was starting to get into something with "Wildcat" Rip Thomas, seems like a pattern I guess. I was just about to put the guy away, when a metal chair hit me in the head."
Starr and Chris Toxic fought for many months, bad blood boiled and Starr got the short end of the stick. "Phoenix turned back up around this time, and along with Toxic, those two would whip my ass week after week. I was thrown through tables and smacked around with chairs, it was miserable. It would seem after I did Toxic a favor he went and nursed Anthony back to health just to return the favor to me. The kid almost ended my career!" Starr was injured and laid up for two months due to a barbed wire wrapped 2x4 from Phoenix. Anthony and Toxic would lose their tag team titles and Starr would return to the OWC gaining the United America title. "Turns out Chris needed one more go around, so I gave him his match, I won. But the guy is like a brother to me, I couldn't stay mad at him that long, hell, Anthony did most of the dirty work anyway." Toxic and Starr teamed again, and once more, won the tag team gold.
Anthony Phoenix would realize he was unwanted and return to the Non-Stop Wrestling Alliance.
One World Coalition: The Second ActEdit
Starr and Chris Toxic would go on to be undefeated for six months before tragedy struck. "Chris went nuts while I was in Mexico for a show. He was World Champion and decided he didn't want to do it anymore, burnt down Steel City, the home of the OWC. For six months, the OWC didn't exist. Longest time I spent out of a ring. But you know what they say, a door closes, a window opens." The OWC returned, as did Starr and Phoenix. Starr would go on to beat Anthony in a title tournament and win his first World Title in 2006. Starr would defeat three of the four challengers, including Andrew Watts, another protegee of Chris Toxic.
"Watts was a mini version of me, Chris bred him to be almost as good as I was. Hell, Toxic even walked him down to the ring, I figured if Chris wasn't there, the guy wouldn't know how to get down the ramp!" Starr defeated all challengers except 8Ball. 8Ball was a competitor from hell and defeated Starr within fifteen minutes. Their return match the next week...he wasn't so lucky. "I gave 8Ball the worst beating of his life, ended up wrapping a metal chain around his neck and hanging him from the top rope, dangling him from the outside, I'm proud of that one!" Starr would continue to dominate before being injured and giving up his title. "The time off was good, put things in perspective for me. Toxic, Phoenix, and I fixed things once again, this time though we agreed if it didn't work out, and this was the third attempt, we were ditching it."
Starr, Phoenix and Toxic decided to bring a new face to the OWC; "The scene at the OWC was getting brutally, no control. So we thought of a friend from the past; while we were doing the Celtic Fury, Toxic and I met a German guy by the name of Karl Kahn, real brutal dude. Him and his wife Alica signed onto the OWC; we started a stable known as the Devil's Rejects. It was going great, I was World Champion, Phoenix was Original One Champion, Khan and Toxic were tag team champions. But Kahn flipped one day, an opponent hit a nerve and disrespected his wife, they packed up and headed back home. After that, everything sort of faded out, Toxic retired, Phoenix went back to the NSWA; haven't heard from Toxic since."
As a World Champion a second time; "The owner of the promotion really hated me though, I shit you not, he put a bounty on my head! I almost died twice in one month, crazy asshole tried to have me killed!"
OWC: Later YearsEdit
Starr was still successful own his own; his third reign as World Champion came against 'Ol Joe. "Joe and I really put a show on; we fought it out for two months before I took the title from him. For about three months, no one beat me...then I met up with 8Ball again." 8Ball returned the injury to Starr, re-tearing his ACL with a bear trap; "he wasn't a fan of being hanged I suppose. He whipped my ass like there was no tomorrow and put me on the shelf for half a year." While Starr was gone, 'Ol Joe and Rip Thomas took control of the show. "People were saying Rip wouldn't be the same as when he fought me, so I thought I would return under a mask and really put a show on. I was Cupid Valentino." As Cupid Valentino, Starr would defeat Doomsday "Rage" Devon Chaney and Rip Thomas, whom he would take the title from his third week back, only one week from removing his guise as Cupid Valentino.
After winning his third World Championship, Starr found a friend in Devon "Rage" Chaney as well as a tag team partner. But the two had a falling out with OWC owner Big Daddy Diamond. In Diamond's madness, he buried Alex alive the same night he blew up a boat that Rage was on. "He was a sick dude, tried to kill me three times in my career." Starr would lose the One World Title to a man that would leave the promotion, leaving the title vacant. The "Last Man Living Tournament", a tournament to determine the next champion began. "Rage and I first went at it, I beat him, then I fought Rip Thomas and beat him. It came down to Ryan Vance and I. Vance left though, the tournament needed a new challenger. Diamond brought in a guy named Jeremiah Belmont to face me and I lost. Never got that fourth title."
After the tournament loss, Starr would attempt to battle Jesse James a returning Grand Slam Champion, but lost. In May of 2010, Starr was on a three week losing streak. "Phoenix returned to the OWC as Antonio Wolfe and teamed up with a former OWC superstar Corey Farmer. Rage and I teamed up and we lost. I was losing at least two matches a month at this point. Then I was scheduled to face Belmont again for the World Title. It was going great, Diamond, Rage, and I even had a business agreement. But Diamond decided to go sour on me and forced me to make a decision; put up with him or leave the promotion I loved for five years...I took the latter and left."
One World Coalition: 2009 - 2010Edit
For a six short months, from late 2009 until November of 2010, Alexander StarrZoë returned to the One World Coalition. Alexander was given a shot at the International Title, but lost to an unknown new member of the roster. During his time in the OWC, Starr was shot at in his first return match-up in the OWC in Guatemala. From that moment on, Starr was attacked by an unknown force at least once a week. "Big Daddy" Diamond silently removed the company from the face of the Earth with no statement being made to the public or the performers on the roster who were still under the impression that the OWC was opened until November 1st, 2010.
Championship Wrestling CouncilEdit
As well as PrYde Wrestling, in 2010 Starr joined the ranks of the Championship Wrestling Council, an alliance of wrestling promotions that shares talent for monthly shows. Starr went 2-0 two months into his career with the CWC, having defeated four men in his debut match-up and in April '10, defeated Devon "The Rage" Chaney and James Silkk for the CWC Hardcore Championship at "Golden Dreams". Starr was defeated by former rival Jeremiah Belmont for the Hardcore Championship, Starr's reign lasted 5 months and 1 week, having successfully defended his championship 5 times.
In early 2010, Alexander StarrZoë challenged the CWC North American Champion, Thatcher Rex to a match-up for Rex's title at a PrYde Vindication event. Starr won a hard fought match-up and became the new champion, one of the first new CWC champions of 2011. It was announced in late January that Starr had entered the 2011 edition of the CWC Ascension Invitational tournament. StarrZoë was defeated in the second round of the tournament, losing to Chris Strike. Days before the tournament match-up, Alex told the world that he had accepted a challenge from long time rival Jeremiah Belmont for the CWC North American Title in late February.
In late summer of 2011, StarrZoë lost his North American Championship after a 2 month reign and three successful title defenses. StarrZoë was eliminated from the Extreme Expert's Tournament one round before advancement and was declared CWC Superstar of the Month in September of 2011. Since July of 2011, Alex remained in the top 10 of the CWC rankings, his highest spot at #3. In late January of 2012, it was announced that once again, Starr was entering the CWC Ascension tournament.
Alex lost in the third round of the Ascension tournament to Kurt Nobel, after being perdicted to go to the finals. StarrZoë has yet to break his streak of never winning a CWC tournament. Towards the end of March, 2012, Starr issued a challenge for the CWC Tag Team Championships. When it declared that his tag team partner Crowbar could not compete, Starr was teamed with former friend PKA for "business reasons" by Warped officials, hoping to bring the two back together.
In June of 2010, Starr signed a contract with PrYde Wrestling and carried a record of 12-3 four almost four months, while winning the PrYde Evolution Championship at Massacre Haven 2010. Starr's only losses came at the hands of the Paragon. StarrZoë had great battles with the likes of Vivian Thorn and Goth, both of whom he has defeated. After being eliminated from the 2010 RoughKut Invitational, in which Wilt "Ace" Steel of Catch-22, offered Starr large sums of money to cheat in his tournament matches to ruin the name of RoughKut promotions, Alex agreed to continue his business partnership with Steel.
The StarrZoë Entertainment GroupEdit
In late July of 2010, Starr and the former business associate of Catch-22 Industries, Wilt Steel began a partnership known as the "StarrZoë Entertainment Group". Steel walked away from Catch-22, stating that he was "not making nearly enough money. The wrestling business seems like a far better opportunity. With my business mind and Alexander StarrZoë's talents, I believe we could take the world by storm!" The goal of the partnership was to ruin the fan's enjoyment of professional wrestling while still making as much money as possible. In early August, Starr introduced the public to the newest member of the group, his new love interest, Rachel McSwift. Rachel was at one point involved in a tournament for the PrYde Independent Title.As well as introducing Rachel, Starr also added a third new member to the Entertainment Group, Ryan Rampage. Alex reached back to his childhood friend after hearing that Rage was considering retiring from the independent scene. Alex offered his friend the opportunity to be successful in an aspect of the business far less violent than what Ryan was used to. Rampage and Starr made their PrYde Wrestling debut on August 17th, 2010 against the tag team of PowerTrip, defeating the veteran team. A week later, Rachel McSwift lost in the impromptu Independent Title Tournaments finals against Waylon Holladay.
Rachel lost a match against four other females in PrYde Wrestling to determine the number one contender for the Independent Title as well as the title of "First Lady of PrYde". Just a day later, on September 7th, Alexander and Ryan won the PrYde Unity Titles.
Alexander StarrZoë and Ryan Rampage continue to successfully defend their Unity Championships and have become dominate in singles competition as well. At PrYde's October pay-per-view, Rise and Fall, StarrZoë defeated Jared Black in a Tables, Ladders, and Chairs match for the Evolution Title with the help of his tag team partner. Ryan Rampage barely lost the opportunity for the Anarchy Title, losing his match-up against Black Jack McGraw. The StarrZoë Entertainment Group's manager, Wilt "Ace" Steel made his return from his month long vacation from the spotlight, lending a hand to Rampage in his match-up.It was reported just days before the Rise and Fall event that Alex and girlfriend Rachel McSwift have ended their personal and professional relationships and Rachel has left the StarrZoë Entertainment Group as well as PrYde Wrestling as a whole. "She cheated on me, so I kicked the bitch to the curb" Alex is quoted as saying about his former girlfriend. "I hope to never see her again..."
Ryan Rampage and Alexander StarrZoë won the Unity Titles in October of 2010 and weeks later, Ryan Rampage defeated Black Jack McGraw in what some are calling "the most violent match-up in recent wrestling history" for the Anarchy Title.
In early January of 2011, The StarrZoë Entertainment Group lost their Unity Championships to new comer of PrYde "Big Bad" Casey and the returning Jared Black who entered the match under the guise as a "mystery opponent". Knowing that Casey was attempting to get the better of Starr and being booked in two match-ups in one night, Alex evoked the "Freebird Rule" and introduced PrYde to a former NSWA roster mate of Starr's Jayson Blaze for a single night. Blaze and Rampage lost the match-up and the Unity Titles were awarded to a new team after five months with the StarrZoë Entertainment Group as champions. Also, in late 2009, Starr began to campaign against PrYde World Champion, Samuel Hessingstock for an opportunity to challenge for the World Title. After losing many match-ups against "Hess" StarrZoë enlisted the help of interim PrYde President Siro Black with the offer of helping to bankroll PrYde. Again though, Alex was unsuccessful against Hessingstock just two weeks into the new year. Atop losing many matches, Starr's contendership for the World Title was now threatened by long time rival Waylon Holladay and it was reported that Holladay and not StarrZoë may be challenging Hessingstock at PrYde's February pay-per-view Ruthless Intentions.
Alexander StarrZoë was still extremely active in PrYde Wrestling and beaome a common name in professional wrestling as well as one of the most successful members of the PrYde Wrestling roster in the history of the promotion. In January 2011, Starr remained in the Power 10 since debuting in PrYde was ranked #1 four times in five months. After the January 18th, 2011 edition of PrYde Wrestling's Vindication, which saw Alex lose his fifth battle with World Champion, Samuel Hessingstock, in a tag team match with partner Ryan Rampage against Hess' protegee Ash Shadows, Starr had come to the realization that Hessingstock may have his number; "in the three months that Hess has been in PrYde," Alexander was quoted as saying; "I have never beaten him. Five attempts now and not a single win! I've beaten Ash, I've pulled all the stops, and still no wins!"
"Holladay replaced me in the route of a championship challenge!" Alexander once said of that time in his wrestling career. In February of 2011, Starr defended his Evolution Championship against returning member of the PrYde roster Goth while Ryan Rampage defended his Anarchy Championship in a match-up against former Evolution Champion Jared Black. Rampage and Jared competed in "Black Star Bedlam" match, in-which both men were locked in small 20ft by 20ft cells alone for 24 hours before being delivered to the ring with a cell surrounding it, within the cell were countless weapons. It was also popularly believed that Alexander and his tag team partner Ryan Rampage were behind PrYde interim president Siro Black announcing that if Waylon Holladay wanted to challenge Samuel Hessingstock for the World Championship, Waylon and "Big Bad" Casey must first abandon the Unity Tag Team Championships.There was quite a large amount of controversy surrounding the PrYde Rise and Fall pay-per-view, especially the end of the Cage Match between Goth and Alexander StarrZoë. PrYde President and a StarrZoë Entertainment business partner Siro Black involved himself in the cage match just as Goth had a submission locked in on the champion. The rules of the match were changed at the last moment, only escapes counted now. After countless near escapes, three G-8's from Starr, a sleep holder from Goth, a P-Squared onto the championship, and a headbutt off the top of the cage, Alex won the match by falling out of the cage at the last moment. Wilt Steel, StarrZoë's manager, has been quoted as saying "a win is a win, Starr got out of the cage first, I don't care if someone had to lay a net under him, as long as he got his ass out of there." Ryan Rampage and Jared Black's "Black Starr Bedlam" match-up ended after a horrid 45 minute beating between the two men, Ryan won the match after two sledgehammer shots to the head of Jared Black that may have ended his career for good.
In March of 2011, Starr advanced in the finals of the PrYde World Championship Tournament after the disappearance of former World Champion Samuel Hessingstock. After being awarded of the championship by PrYde's President Siro Black, new Board of Director's spokesman Jeff Westen stripped StarrZoë of the title and declared a tournament to crown a real champion. Alex spent two weeks beating on various members of the Board of Directors, forcing them to sign a petition to force Westen out of the promotion. At PrYde's April pay-per-view Fatal Fool's Day, StarrZoë took on Casey Williams in the finals of the tournament. Also during this time, as a punishment for the constant assaults, Alex was stripped of the Evolution Title. Ryan Rampage was entered in the tournament to name a new number one contender for the Evolution Title but was robbed of his opportunity at the hands of the returning Jared Black, who interfered in the match and attacked Rampage. Also at Fatal Fool's Day, Rampage took take on Jared Black for Ryan's Anarchy Title.
In April of 2011, Alexander StarrZoë captured the PrYde World Championship defeating Casey Williams at Fatal Fool's Day and Ryan Rampage defeated Jared Black to maintain the Anarchy Championship. Unfortunately, in early May of 2011, Ryan Rampage lost the Anarchy Champion in a championship unification match against Nicholas "Heatwave" Brooks, the Evolution Champion.
The Closing of PrYdeEdit
On May 13th, 2011 PrYde Wrestling closed its doors for the third and final time and all three members of the StarrZoë Entertainment Group parted ways with PrYde. It was announced days after the group's departure that Ryan Rampage had retired from professional wrestling and Wilt Steel left the wrestling industry in favor of promoting his own mixed martial arts federation, while Starr will continue his wrestling career.
Warped WrestlingEditIn late May of 2011, Starr signed with an independent regional promotion known as Warped Wrestling, which hosts shows bi-weekly on the East Coast. After going 5 - 0 against opponents such as Rico Callie, Chad Santana, and Craig Cohen, Alexander StarrZoë captured the Warped World Championship at Warped 32: Ultraviolent Rebirth against Crowbar, Drake Havok, Grendel, Sean Edmunds, and Cameron MacNichol in a F'n Extreme Match. The highlights of the match included Starr putting Edmunds through a flaming table, MacNichol beating on Grendel with an actual kitchen sink, and Sean Edmunds barely ducking a flaming baseball bat from Alexander StarrZoë. Starr went into March of 2012 undefeated since his debut in June and still reigning World Champion. February also saw the return of former Warped owner Joey Matthew who challenged the new management of co-owner and performer PKA. StarrZoë, sided with his former advasery in PKA, and with the help of former PrYde talent Anton Chase, PKA's former partner and Starr's former enemy Crowbar, and newcomer William Wallace, collectively known as "the Movement 2.0", they rid Warped of Joey Matthew and his "Warped Originals" including Cameron MacNichol, Sean Edmunds, PKA and Crowbar's former stable mate Korrupt, and the Rough Ryder, at the Warped 2-year anniversary show in a five on five extreme rules elimination match-up.
StarrZoë suffered a disappointing loss at the hands of Korrupt, being eliminated and losing the World Championship after former friend Patrick Kay Anthony struck Starr from behind in what is claimed to be an accident, costing Starr the championship. PKA returned to power as the head of Warped, but lost a friend and gained an enemy in the act. Starr's undefeated streak officially ended in June of 2012 after losing an unscheduled match-up against William Wallace. That same night, Starr defeated Korrupt in his rematch for the World Title, but by DQ dashing Starr's chances of rewinning his title. StarrZoë would go on to recieve his second and third lost at the hands of The Maple Leaf Strike Squad in tag team matches along side his partner Crowbar. The team, known as "the Filth and Fury" were three points short of winning the Warped Tag Team Championship tournament. In August of 2012, Starr was taken out of action by William Wallace. Wallace severly injured the leg of StarrZoë in a back stage assualt.
StarrZoë returned to action two weeks later to finish out 2013 with a loss against Wallace at Live from Death's Door in a Buried Alive Match in October of 2012 as well as a successful match against SwitchBlade who Starr would send into retirement.
Starr joined forces with former tag team partner Crowbar as well as WARPED tag team talent CarnEvil Connection to form the AbominationZ in early 2013 after many weeks of back and forth between Starr and Crowbar at which time Starr was used as a hired "problem solver" for Crowbar's issues. It is the goal of the AbominationZ to destroy everything and everybody in WARPED Wrestling. To quote Crowbar; "no one we deem as a problem is safe." At WARPED's 3rd Anniversary Show, Alexander StarrZoë regined his World Championship after a long feud with William Wallace during which, at one point in Las Vegas, Starr orchastrated the stabbing of the then World Champion. Kandi Washington also debuted as the fifth member of the AbominationZ.
The following includes information about StarrZoë's in-ring and professional history such as finishing moves, quotes Starr uses often while speaking to an audience, and the many nicknames fans have given Alex throughout his career.
- Air Philadelphia (a.k.a "Air Philly"): Second rope moonsault onto a standing opponent
- Philly's Finest Flyer (a.k.a "P Cubed" and "P3"): Running jumping rolling Senton Splash
- G-8 (a.k.a "The G-8 Summit"): Full Nelson into a Powerdriver onto the neck of the opponent
- "Cheap Pop Flop": Moonsault Belly-to-Belly Suplex
- "Assault Jawn": Flipping Top Rope DDT
Tag Team Finishing Moves:
- "Revolution #9" (Double STO) - (w/Chris Toxic)
- "The Entertaining End to Everything (a.k.a. E3 or E Cubed)" (Spanish Fly) - (w/Ryan Rampage)
Common and Favorite Moves:
- Belly to Belly Slam
- Cradle Brainbuster
- Cobra Clutch Slam
- Fisherman's Suplex
- Full Nelson
- Inverted DDT
- Rolling Cutter
- Samoan Driver
- Standing Clothesline
- "When I talk, I talk success, I'm better than the best, I'm a man of entertainment, and I demand your respect!"
- "I've defied the laws of gravity and slandered the name of physics...what is a mere human being going to accomplish against me?"
- "The Most Entertaining Man in the World"
- "The Starr of the Show"
- "Tattooed Insanity"
- "God's Gift to Professional Wrestling"
- "Indepndent Wrestlings Only Superstar"
- "The Picasso of Violence"
- "Mr. Killadelphia"
- "Violence Personified"
This section includes the extensive list of championships and accolades that Alexander StarrZoë has won throughout his 10+ year career as well as the entrance music Starr has used throughout his time in wrestling.
Championships, Titles, and Accolades Won:
|Championship Title||Promotion of Championship|
|1x GCW Tag Team Title (w/Mr. Extreme)||Golden Championship Wrestling|
|1x NSWA Middle-Weight Championship||Non-Stop Wrestling Alliance|
|3x OWC Tag Team Champion (w/Chris Toxic)||One World Coalition|
|3x OWC United American Champion||One World Coalition|
|2x OWC Original One Champion||One World Coalition|
|OWC International Champion||One World Coalition|
|4x OWC World Championship/Supreme Overlord||One World Coalition|
|2nd Ever OWC Grand Slam Champion||One World Coalition|
|1x CWC Hardcore Champion||Championship Wrestling Council|
|1x PrYde Unity Tag Team Championships (w/Ryan Rampage)||PrYde Wrestling|
|1x PrYde Evolution Championship||PrYde Wrestling|
|1x PrYde World Heavyweight Championship||PrYde Wrestling|
|1x. CWC North American Championship||Championship Wrestling Council|
|sx. Warped Wrestling World Champion||Warped Wrestling|
|Title of Song/Name of Artist||Dates Used|
|"One of a Kind" by Breaking Point||2001 - 2003|
|"Headstrong" by Trapt||2003 - 2011|
|"Who Shot Ya?" by Notorious B.I.G||2011 - Present|