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Quentin Hyde-Styles

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Real Name Quentin Hyde-Styles
Weight and Height 252 lbs. (114 kg) at 6'2'' (1.88 m)
Birthplace Coventry, West Midlands, England (United Kingdom)
Date of Birth 4th July 1985 (age 32)
Debut 2nd February 2002 (15 years ago)
 
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Alias JekkeL, Jim Diehard, Quentin Hyde-Styles
Nickname The It-Boy
Trainer Was trained by Andre Baker and Majik.
Finisher Rolling Fireman's Carry Slam (Quentin Bomb)
Tag Teams The Henchmen [3] with Benton Destruction (as Jim Diehard)
JeXodus with eXodus (as JekkeL)
Socialite Superstars with Terry Seddon (as Quentin Hyde-Styles)
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Managed Promotions AMP Wrestling und Triple X Wrestling
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