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Phil Heath – 7x Mr. Olympia Professional Bodybuilder
Phillip Jerrod Heath (nicknamed “The Gift“) was born December 18, 1979 and spent his formative years in Seattle, Washington where he developed an affinity for basketball. Heath proved his innate athletic drive in high school playing varsity basketball which in turn secured a scholarship and highly coveted position as point/shooting guard for the Pioneer’s at the University of Denver. He attributes many of the lessons he learned in sportsmanship to the time he spent playing on the Division 1-A Men’s Basketball team during 1998-2002. Heath double majored in IT and Business Administration during his tenure at the University.
Inspired by the rewarding experience on the court and the capability to scratch “basketball player” from his to-do list, he positioned himself for the next challenge. The allure of intense training and competition steered Heath towards the bodybuilding trajectory. He transitioned his focus to the intensely competitive sport as he realized basketball hadn’t allowed him to fully define his niche. Humble in his approach, yet stealth with strategy, he officially pursued bodybuilding with unyielding fortitude in October 2002.
Starting out at 185 lbs., he grew to be 215 lbs. with 6% body – a dramatic transformation. Ultimately, at a rock solid 192 (considered a light-heavyweight by industry standards), Heath competed in his first competition in 2003 – The Rocky Mountain NPC (National Physique Committee) USA Championship “Northern” where he walked away with the overall title.
Suitably referred to as “The Gift” and fueled by the success of the first competition; he went on to compete again 8 weeks later in the same light-heavyweight category. The second time around, he fell one point short of the overall victory he accomplished during his novice attempt. Realizing that he may have been relying on his inherit genetic ability to a fault, Heath began training smarter.
In an effort to perfect his craft, he enrolled in a hardcore gym in 2003. His determination led to victory starting at the NPC Colorado State Show where he earned the distinction of Mr. Colorado – competing at 200lb. He went on to sign with Weider Health and Fitness for which he respectfully acknowledges former Mr. Olympia Jay Cutler and Peter McGough. Heath later competed for his pro-card at the USA’s at 215 lbs taking overall honors.
Today this IFBB Pro & 4-Time Mr. Olympia title holder looks towards the future in attaining more Olympia titles, hopefully breaking the all-time record of 8 Mr O’s. Heath’s intention is to “represent the sport of bodybuilding in a way that many people can relate to while maintaining the respect the sport deserves.
He currently participates with the “Make it Fit Foundation” for increasing autism awareness, along with being President of Gifted Athletics, his clothing company.
“Being Mr. Olympia is a great responsibility not only on stage, but more importantly off-stage. I am reminded daily that my likeness and hard work can enable others to achieve greatness in their endeavors, which in turn makes me feel awesome! I live by these words daily, ‘Train Hard, Train Smart and Have Fun!’ and always make sure you’re challenging yourself with new goals and enjoying the journey no matter how wild it gets.”
Gene “Snitsky” Snisky – Professional Wrestler / Actor
Gene Snisky, former WWE Superstar is most infamously known for the Snitsky/Kane/Lita storyline, which had the honor of being in the Top 50 OMG Moments in WWE history. This storyline led to his catchphrase “It Wasn’t My Fault!”
Gene also was recognized by the WWE in the Top 100 Moments in RAW history and the Top 10 Royal Rumble Eliminations. WWE Hall of Famer “Afa the Wild Samoan” of the famous Anoa’i family trained Gene. Afa was also involved in training his nephew, Dwayne Johnson aka “The Rock” and Mickey Rourke for the movie “The Wrestler”.
Prior to joining WWE Gene was featured in a commercial for Gouden Gids, a phonebook in the Netherlands. Gene also had a role as a Russian terrorist in “The Hero: Love Story of a Spy” produced by Bollywood in 2003. Some other credits include a rock video for the band Vyrus, and an independent film titled Morning Star. You may have most recently seen Gene on ABC’s Primetime “What Would You Do?” alongside John Quiñones. He just finished guest starring as a Silver Guardian in the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers (M.M.P.R.) fan film.
Gene is also a co-producer for Walking Dead Films. They are working on their feature film 100 ACRES OF HELL, a thrilling horror movie due for release in the Fall 2015. 100 ACRES OF HELL was written and will be directed by Jay Lee of Zombie Stripper fame and Patrick Magee (Spiderman) will handle the special effects.
Gene attended the University of Missouri on a full football scholarship where he was a stand out offensive lineman coached by the present Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid. Gene was invited as one of the top 300 college football players to attend the NFL Combines. He then signed as a free agent with the San Diego Chargers, while attending camp he suffered a shoulder injury resulting in a premature end to his professional football career.
Rob “The Freak” Terry – Professional Wrestler
Rob Terry is the greatest physical specimen in the history of the wrestling industry today. This Welsh destroyer arrived with the British Invasion, possessing enormous size, agility and strength he immediately made an impact with his powerful presence.
Rob Terry a lifelong athlete and natural professional body building champion. He has dedicated himself to conditioning his body relentlessly to one day be a wrestling champion as well.
Rob Terry vows to show no remorse to anyone who stands in his way. He is the genetic freak, who is now unleashed.
Height – 6’5″
Weight – 298 lbs
Arms – 23”
Chest – 59”
Shoulders – 66”
Waist – 34”
Thigh – 31”
Calf – 20”
Home town – Swansea, Wales, UK
Residence – St. Petersburg, FL
TNA Impact Wrestling History
April 30th 2009 – Wrestling debut, member of the ‘British Invasion’
July 2009 – Joined the wrestling fraction ‘World Elite’
August 2009 – Member of ‘Main Event Mafia’
January 2010 – Rob Terry won the TNA Global Championship belt in his home country of Cardiff, Wales, UK
December 2010 – Rob Terry joined ‘Team Hulk Hogan’ – (Immortal)
June 2010 – Rob Terry became the longest reigning Global Champion in history by beating Booker T’s reign of 143 days as champion. In total Rob Terry held the Global Championship belt for 167 days
2013 – Follow Rob Terry on his continued success on TNA Impact Wrestling and Rob-Terry.com
Major Bodybuilding Contest History
1998 1st Place EFBB Junior Welsh Champion
1999 1st Place EFBB Junior Welsh Champion
1998 1st Place NABBA Junior Welsh Champion
1999 1st Place NABBA Junior Welsh Champion
2001 3rd Place NABBA Junior Mr Universe
2000 1st place EFBB Junior British Champion
2000 1st place ANB Junior British Champion
2003 1st place Muscle Mania Super Body Heavy Weight Champion
2004 3rd Place Muscle Mania Heavy Weight World Champion
2006 1st Place Muscle Mania Heavy Weight World Champion and gained Professional status as Natural bodybuilder
EFBB – English Federation of Body Builders
NABBA – National Amateur Body Builders Association
ANB – Association of Natural Body Builders
Robbie E – Professional Wrestler and Titan Games Competior
Height – 5’11”
Weight – 201 pounds
From – The Jersey Shore
Finishing Moves: FTD (Fresh to Death)
Straight from the shores of Jersey comes Robbie E, the proud Italian who’s always down for a day at the beach to get his tan on or some fist pumping at the club. Robbie E has been partnering of recent with SoCalVal for his segments known as “The List”, which he loves keeping competitors off. likes to keep his competitors off the “list,” which grants access into his posse.
A deadly head of spiked hair weaponry helped him claim TNA X Division Championship gold. Robbie E also earned the Television Championship, which just so happens to be the most blingin’ title at IMPACT WRESTLING, but was robbed by some hamster. After all, Robbie E has plenty of ability and attitude to get it done bro!
Major TNA Wrestling Accomplishments
TNA Television Championship
TNA X Division Championship
Velvet Sky – Professional Wrestler
Height – 5’5″
Weight – 125 lbs
From – Waturbury, Connecticut
Velvet Sky is a former Impact Knockout with TNA Wrestling. Velvet got her start in wrestling by training at Jason Knight’s “House of Pain Pro Wrestling Dojo.” She came into TNA at the start of the new Knockout division with the then brand new Knockouts Championship. Velvet later formed the most popular women’s tag team of all the “The Beautiful People” with Angelina Love (also a Phoenix Bioperformance Athlete). She won the Knockouts Tag Team Championship with Lacey Von Erich & Madison Rayne as part of a new version of the Beautiful People. At Bound for Glory 2011 Velvet finally captured her 1st Knockouts Championship.
Major TNA Wrestling Accomplishments
- TNA Knockouts Tag Team Championship – with Lacey Von Erich and Madison Rayne
- TNA Women’s Knockout Championship
Angelina Love – Professional Wrestler
Height – 5’6″
Weight – 118 pounds
From – Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Current City – St. Petersburg, Florida
Angelina Love is a professional wrestler, model and actress. She is currently independent, but is most well known from her extensive time with TNA Impact Wrestling. She tag-teamed frequently with her “Beautiful People” partner (and Phoenix Bioperformance Athlete), Velvet Sky. She can be followed on her Twitter feed, @ActualALove and through her website, www.angelina-love.org.
Major TNA Wrestling Accomplishments
Pro Wrestling Illustrated
-PWI ranked her #2 of the best 50 female singles wrestlers in the PWI Female Top 50 in 2009 and in 2010
-Total Nonstop Action Wrestling
- 5 Time TNA Women’s Knockout Championship
- TNA Knockouts Tag Team Championship
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Bobby Lashley – Professional Wrestler / MMA Fighter
Height – 6’2″
Weight – 243 pounds
From – Aurora, CO
Finishing Moves: Dominator
Currently a two-sport professional athlete, actor and owner of multiple established businesses, Bobby Lashley is one of the most multidimensional public figures on the market.
Born in Fort Bragg, NC, Bobby grew up in a military family that traveled around the world. He graduated from Junction City High School in Junction City, KS and was recruited to Missouri Valley College to wrestle. While earning his B.S. in Business Management and Recreation Administration, his athletic accomplishments included 3x NAIA Collegiate National Champion and 4x NAIA All-American.
After graduating, Bobby continued his amateur wrestling career by joining the United States Army, where he earned the honors of CISM Armed Forces Championships Senior Freestyle Gold Medalist as well as CISM Military World Championships Senior Freestyle Silver Medalist. A knee injury ended dreams of wrestling in the 2004 Olympics but led to the opportunity to enter the world of professional wrestling with WWE.
Bobby’s numerous accomplishments in WWE include, PWI rookie of the year, 2x ECW World Championship, and WWE United States Championship. He was also the Main Event in the biggest Wrestlemania in the history of WWE in one of the most widely publicized angles… Battle of the Billionaires where Bobby defended Donald Trump’s hair in the Hair vs. Hair match against WWE’s CEO Vince McMahon.
In late 2008, Bobby began his career as a professional MMA fighter. His record is currently 7-2.
Major Wrestling Accomplishments
PWI Rookie of the Year
United States Championship