Trevor Adams is an American Professional Wrestler currently under contract with Supreme Federation Wrestling.

Trevor Adams
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Height 6'0"
Weight 205 Ibs.
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Billed from San Francisco, California
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Supreme Federation Wrestling
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Early Years

Trevor Adams was born in San Francisco, CA on July 15, 1978. The middle child with a younger brother and older sister, he fell in love with pro wrestling, watching Steamboat, Flair, Savage, Hogan, etc., even going so far as to mimic their maneuvers in the backyard with his younger brother. Adams would take that passion to Frontier Valley High School where he would win back to back state championships in wrestling at 175 lbs. while also running track for a short time. After high school, the itch to wrestle professionally was becoming harder to ignore. So with his college savings, he decided to move to Washington DC to enroll in Capitol City Wrestling School where he would train for three years before wrestling his first match. He had offers to jump in the ring earlier, but something didn't seem right to him. He would always strive to get better, learn a new move, then practice it over and over again. From there, Trevor would begin working the indy circuit until getting a tryout for WCW in January 2001. Unfortunately with the WWE takeover, Adams would be denied the chance to wrestle in front of a worldwide audience, as he could only continue to watch from his couch dreaming about what could've been.

Defeated, Trevor made his way back to San Francisco, where he went into seclusion. However, not too long after, he joined Golden City Gym, where he would continue to train and hone his in-ring skills. Attempting to get noticed in wrestling would be no easy task, so he began taking bookings wherever he could find work and would start slowly building a reputation. He would even go to Europe, where he continued to try and learn new techniques. Now after several stints in indy promotions from across the country, Trevor Adams looks to make a name for himself here in SFW. "My father said, 'It takes 10,000 steps to reach greatness.' And I'm determined to have someone's face underneath each and every step" When asked about the initals on the wrist, he stated rather starkly, "They're my daughters Gwen, who's 3, and Farron, she's just turned 5. I haven't seen them in over a year. Their mother and I couldn't make it work, but instead of talking about it she takes the kids and bolts to another state. All I had was the note she left me, explaining her disdain for the relationship. I don't know where they are, so I can't send them letters. But instead of sulking, I will take out all this hatred on whoever gets in my way."(Note: The mother's last name is Williams, hence why it's GW and FW.)


In 2008, Trevor Adams made his debut in the Training Camp. He faced off against then-trainer Sayomi Oshiro, whom he defeaed in a hard fought contest. He would go on to wrestle against Jacky Generic and newcomer Francis Bailey, where he won and lost respectively. At SFW Vendetta, he made his PPV debut by going against fellow newcomer and Californian Ty Patterson in an Opportunity Knocks match. The match received great reviews from the likes of veteran wrestlers and office staff alike. Though Adams lost the match, he wound up impressing SFW Owner Adam Bradshaw and received a spot on the main roster for his efforts. He would make his televised debut on Carnage by facing "The Executioner" Lance Castor, where he would come up short. This would be a recurring theme unfortunately, as he would go on to lose to Charles Forde and Kevin Jones in consecutive weeks. He came close to winning his first match in a Four Way match against The Franchise, Daniel Spears and "Hell's Guardian" Danny Teveae. But again he would come up short, as he had Spears in The Long Road Home while Franchise had Teveae pinned. In a controversial decision, the referee decided to call the pinfall, much to the dismay of Adams and the fans.

For Your Life, A Revelation

For Trevor Adams, For Your Life had more personal meaning behind it than perhaps any other event in his young career. He was revealed to be the man who had been attacking Kevin Jones and had set fire to his presumed family's home. As it turned out, the family had moved from the address to a new location without Kevin Jones' knowledge. They would fight in a brutal contest that would see a double countout, but neither man cared about the result. This would not be the last time Trevor Adams would make an appearance, as he appeared in the main event of the night. The SFW Survival Match would determine the winner of the then-vacant SFW United States Brute Force Championship. But he would come up empty once again as he was eliminated 28th in the match by, oddly enough, Ty Patterson after lasting over one hour in the match.

A Personal Crusade

Trevor Adams would be looking over his shoulder, after making allegations of what Kevin Jones had done in their past. Jones seemed to have partly confessed to the deed, as he appeared on the 'tron during Adams' match with Dmitri Passion. He cost Trevor the match, which sent his record plummeting once more. This would also be the time where Adams and Patterson would begin to form a strange friendship, seeing the duo banter in the locker room and even searching for Adams' daughters. Alas, he would be duped in the search as his ex-girlfriend would give him the wrong address. Trevor Adams has been hurt and beaten, downed and disappointed, but he still moves along his path towards the ultimate dream of maybe one day becoming SFW Heavyweight Champion...

Wrestling Facts

  • Finisher and Signature Moves
  • The Long Road Home (STF with Cobra Clutch)
  • Venom & Tears (Spinning Unprettier)
  • Blind Wind (Corkscrew Diving Headbutt)
  • Indian Deathlock
  • Shallow Water Blackout (Skull Fuck)
  • Melancholy Meltdown (Headbutts & Knee Strikes, random amount)
  • The Coalition Hoax (Tiger Driver)
  • Detached From Reality (Rocking Horse)
  • Common Moves
  • Suicide Dive
  • Top Rope Leg Drop
  • Top Rope Elbow Drop
  • Flying Leg Lariat
  • Missile Dropkick
  • Split Leg Moonsault
  • Double Underhook Suplex
  • Belly to Belly Suplex
  • Brainbuster
  • Jawbreaker
  • Enzeguri Kick
  • Gutbuster
  • STO
  • Reverse DDT
  • Samoan Drop
  • Gutwrench Suplex
  • Knee Drop
  • Death Valley Driver
  • Million Dollar Knee Lift
  • Flying Headscissors
  • Dragon Screw Leg Whip
  • Russian Leg Sweep
  • Neckbreaker
  • Backbreaker (Orton's)
  • Texas Cloverleaf
  • Ankle Lock
  • Fujiwara Armbar
  • Crossface Chicken Wing
  • Dragon Sleeper
  • Single Leg Crab
  • Title History
  • Theme Music
  • The Mob Goes Wild by Clutch
  • Scientifiction, I: A Clot of Tragedy, II: A Swarm of Dedication by Norma Jean
  • All My Life by The Foo Fighters

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