Jay Evans

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In which city do you live?
Bayville, NJ

How long have you been in the business?
One Year

What inspired you want to get into the business?
I remember being 2 years old and my dad flipping through channels and Raw was on the TV and I immediately stopped what I was doing and my eyes were glued to it. Been in love ever since once I got older I knew this is what I wanted to do for the rest of my life.

Where did you learn to wrestle?
At the GTS Warehouse Trained by Kleetus and Tony Emerald who have a combined 36 years in the business.

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What are your signature moves and/or your finishers?
My signature moves are the Slingblade and Springboard Swanton. My finisher is The Jay’s Way (Jumping Flatliner)

What promotions have you wrestled for?

What injuries have you sustained?
None so far knock on wood only minor cuts and bruises

Are you a face or a heel?

What style(s) do you do?
Technical, High Flyer

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What’s your entrance music? Why did you choose it?
I go through a lot of entrance themes lol but the one I stuck with is All I Do Is Win by DJ Khaled. I chose it because it is a very short intro to get going, pop out the curtain and the beat just makes me so pumped up and gets the crowd active in it, in the song there’s a part where it goes “Everytime I step up in the building everybody’s hands go up” and the crowd loves it and partakes in it and proceeds to put there hands up in the air.

Tell us about your first and/or your most memorable match.
My most memorable match is against Matt Castle at ECPW. It was March 31st, 2017 in Keansburg, NJ and the crowd was on fire from start to finish. It was the biggest crowd I ever worked in front of (550) and they were LOUD!!

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What do your friends and family think of you wrestling?
Here’s the funny thing my friends love it!! But all my life from grammar school, middle school, and high school they always laughed at me and made fun of me for still watching WWE and wanting to be a pro wrestler when I get older. When they found out I started wrestling they were in shock and were like blown away that I actually stuck with it and live my dream. My family on the other hand not so much like my mom she hates it she doesn’t want me wrestling at all. She doesn’t want to see me get hurt which is understandable but at the same time it hurts hearing from her she doesn’t want me doing it anymore and it’s not going to be your career but she still comes to my shows sometimes and cringes when I get slammed. Other than that my family loves it my dad loves it, aunts and uncles all love it seeing me live out my dream. They are proud of me because most people don’t get to live out their dreams but I did and I always talked about it growing up wrestling was all I talked about.

Who would you like to wrestle in the business? Why?
This is a good one there is so many people I would love to work in the business but if i had to choose one right now it would be Finn Balor for sure. Why? Because when I think about it him and I are similar in style we could be technical then go to some flyer stuff and switch it up, he’s a great worker and it would be an honor to work him some day.

Social Media Info:

Instagram: Jay_Calnan
Twitter: @JayEvans213
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