Taylor Jones
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Real name Taylor Jones
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Height 5'11"
Weight 190lbs
Date of birth September 4, 1984
Place of birth Los Angeles, California
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Trainer White Phoenix Training Academy ("White Phoenix" James Halford)
Lion's Road
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Debut August 21, 2005
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Taylor Jones is a professional wrestler with no affiliation. He trained at the White Phoenix Training Academy.



Taylor Jones is the brother of professional wrestler Austin Jones. Austin, a kickboxing champion by age twelve and professional wrestler at sixteen, is considered one of the best free agents in wrestling since his stint in New Era Wrestling (.net). Taylor had high expectations to live up to.


At fourteen, Taylor's parents enrolled him in a series of Brazillian Jiu-Jitsu classes. There he showed his prowess for adapting to fighting styles just like his brother. As he entered high school, Taylor began participating in amateur wrestling, working his way all the way to the state championships in his senior year. Seeing that his brother was becoming a star as a wrestler, Taylor chose to follow his path, and enrolled at the White Phoenix Training Academy. The Academy, known for producing Andrew Ashton, Aaron Ashton, Corey Ashton, and Jimmy Riley, began moulding Taylor to become another prized student.

Wrestling Training and Excursion to Brazil/Japan

Eighteen months after stepping into a wrestling ring, Taylor was deemed "ready for the ring." But surprisingly, he declined the chance to wrestle, and instead took a trip to Brazil, where he sought after a greater knowledge of his Jiu-Jitsu skills. Upon completion of that training, he was told by his father that there was a spot waiting for him in Japan for a class on the Shooto submission style of martial arts. In July of 2005, Taylor returned to the United States, and had his first professional match against another Academy student, Johnny Daniels.

Lion's Road

As a rookie, Taylor ventured north, to Lion's Road Pro-Wrestling. In his debut match, Taylor scored a pinfall victory over Kudo Yasuda, but has yet to find a win since then. Before his second tour, Jones began associating with the White Chocolate Express of Dusty Griffith and C. Bones.

After several tours with little to no success, Taylor gave notice and left Lion's Road. He is currently a free agent looking to join a promotion in the World (fantasy) Wrestling Alliance, where fellow WPTA trainees Corey Ashton and Jimmy Riley are working.


  • Limit Break Moves/Desperation Finishers
    • Bleeding Me (Half Crab into STF)
    • Karelin Lift
  • Signature Moves
    • The Taylor Takedown (Cattle Mutliation)
    • Romero Special/Romero Sleeper
    • Release German Suplex

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