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Name: Austin White
Birthday: August 2, 1997
WWE Debut: March 30, 2020
Ring Name: Austin Theory
Short Biography: Austin White is a professional wrestler currently signed to WWE under the ring name Austin Theory where he performs on the RAW brand. Prior to be signing to the WWE, he worked on the independent circuit wrestling for various companies such as Full Impact Pro and EVOLVE. More?

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NXT Preview for Tonight
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Austin Theory interfered in Bronson Reed’s bout against Timothy Thatcher on NXT Super Tuesday, causing The Aus-zilla to demand a match versus Theory. Reed will get his wish this Tuesday on USA Network.

The animosity between Reed and Theory started on the Aug. 26 edition of NXT, when Theory mocked The Thicc Boi’s defeat at NXT TakeOver XXX, earning a slap for his efforts.

Theory got the better of Reed this past Tuesday when he attacked The Aus-zilla from behind, but will he come to regret the attack? Find out on NXT Super Tuesday II on USA Network at 8/7 C.

NXT Results: September 1, 2020
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Bronson Reed vs. Timothy Thatcher

Back from the break and out first comes Bronson Reed. Timothy Thatcher is out next.

The bell rings and they lock up. Reed tosses Thatcher across the ring. They lock up again and Reed applies a headlock. They trade big forearms and Thatcher looks to take control but Reed puts him down. Reed stomps and clubs Thatcher with forearms while he tries to get up. Thatcher gets up and rocks him but Reed drops Thatcher with a right hand. Thatcher kicks Reed from the mat. Reed throws himself at Thatcher with a big senton.

Reed lifts Thatcher from the mat but he slides out. They tangle some and Reed levels Thatcher with a stiff clothesline. Reed takes it to the corner but Thatcher drops him. Thatcher with a 2 count. Thatcher focuses on the arm now, wrapping it up as the referee checks on Reed. Thatcher with a big uppercut on their feet. Reed unloads back with Thatcher as they go at it. Reed ends up dropping Thatcher. Reed with a springboard elbow drop, sending Thatcher to the floor to regroup. Reed runs the ropes and hits a suicide dive. Thatcher goes down but Reed clutches his own elbow drop from the dive.

Reed rolls Thatcher back in and stops to check on his own elbow. The referee is distracted by checking on Thatcher, allowing Austin Theory to run down and take out Reed at ringside. Reed is rolled back in the ring but he’s stunned from the sneak attack.

Thatcher goes right into an armbar on Reed’s hurt arm. Reed rolls over but the hold is locked. Reed unloads with strikes to fight free but Thatcher re-positions and applies the Fujiwara Armbar in the middle of the ring. He tightens it and Reed taps out.

Winner: Timothy Thatcher

After the bell, Thatcher finally breaks the hold and stands tall as his music hits. Reed sits up in the corner and holds his elbow as the crowd boos Thatcher with his arms in the air. Thatcher taunts Reed and we go to replays. Thatcher raises his arms on the stage and yells out, staring back at the ring to boos.

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NXT Results: August 26, 2020
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McKenzie is backstage with Bronson Reed, asking about the earlier comments between Damian Priest and Timothy Thatcher. Reed believes he should be the one to get the first NXT North American Title shot from Priest. Austin Theory makes his return and confronts Reed. Theory insults Reed and gets a big slap across the mouth for it. Theory smiles and takes it as Reed walks off.

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Austin Theory on his WrestleMania Call Up
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Austin was a guest on Isaiah Scott’s SwerveCity podcast where he discussed his WrestleMania call up and how it came to be. Check the video out below!

Main Event Results: June 24, 2020
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Austin Theory and Murphy vs. Ricochet and Cedric Alexander

Alexander went for a Lumbar Check on Theory but he slipped out and Murphy made a blind tag. Murphy then followed up with a jumping high knee to pin Alexander.

Winners: Austin Theory and Murphy

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Seth Rollins on why Austin Theory was chosen
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WWE Superstar Seth Rollins was recently interviewed by the New York Post and was asked several questions, with one of those being as to why Austin was chosen to be a part of his stable.

Q: Why were Buddy Murphy and Austin Theory the right people to be the “Monday Night Messiah’s” followers?

A: They’ve got all the tools. They’ve got the look, the work ethic, the drive, they’ve got the mental capacity to be great in this industry and we all need people to help us and guide us along the way. Triple H took me under his wing in “The Authority” and kind of showed me the ropes. So now it’s my duty to pass on that information the best way I know how. I learned from Randy (Orton) and Triple H and Kane to an extent, so to be in the opposite position now where I am the teacher, I think Murphy and Theory like I said, they have all the tools and it’s just a matter of giving them the right information on guiding them on their path to success. They are both going to be future stars in our industry I hope.

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Seth Rollins on Rey Mysterio feud, evolving in WWE, Becky Lynch’s future

RAW Results: June 22, 2020
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Seth Rollins is backstage with Austin Theory and Murphy. Rollins says he has a message for Rey Mysterio tonight and soon all will be revealed. Rollins stares straight ahead as Theory and Murphy walk away. Back to commercial.

Back from the break and Rey Mysterio is in the ring with his son Dominick. Rey talks about being worried when he realized his son was going to the WWE Performance Center to avenge him. Not even the most confident father would think his son could get get out of a 3-on-1 situation, but he did and Rey is proud of his son for that. He’s also angry at him for putting himself at risk. His mom was worried. Rey says Dominick knows he’s pissed off at Seth Rollins trying to blind him, but he’s learned to accept that. Rey knows his son is bigger than him, but he’s still his old man and no matter how strong he gets, Dominick will always be his child. The crowd cheers them on.

Rey says since Dominick fought for him, now it’s time for him to fight for his son. Rey says he’s got this one. He needs to get revenge on Rollins but he needs to do it himself. Dominick understands where Rey is coming from but he’s not going anywhere. Dominick says this is what a family looks like and this family wants a fight. The music interrupts and out comes Rollins by himself, slowly walking with a mic.

Rollins speaks from the stage and wonders if he goes to the ring to slaughter a father and son, or does he make Rey watch while he sacrifices his son. Rollins doesn’t know what to do. Rollins says it’s not up to him. This is all fate, prophecy and destiny. Rollins says they’re both in the same place at the same time, and two eyes are better than one. Rollins drops the mic and walks to the ring. Rey gets ready for a fight. Rollins drops to his knees at the bottom of the ramp. Austin Theory and Murphy come out now to boos. Rollins says this is on Rey. Aleister Black and Humberto Carrillo suddenly attack Murphy and Theory on the ramp.

Dominick stands tall in the ring as Black and Carrillo take out the others in the ring. Carrillo leaps to the floor, taking out Theory and Murphy against the announce table. Rey returns to the ring with Dominick. Rey hits Rollins with 619 while Rollins is on the floor. Rey and Dominick double team Rollins on the floor now, dragging him over to the steel ring steps. Theory and Murphy make the save from behind. Rey and Dominick continue to try and put Rollins’ eye into the steel but Theory and Murphy stop them. Rollins holds Dominick down and works him over a bit. Theory and Murphy hold Rey and make him watch while Rollins tries to put Dominick’s eye into the steel. Carrillo and Black come over with steel chairs, forcing Rollins and his disciples to retreat up the ramp. Rollins and his disciples stand tall on the stage while Carrillo and Black guard the ring on the floor. Rey and Dominick stand together in the ring. RAW goes off the air.

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RAW Results: June 15, 2020
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We go back to the ring and out comes Seth Rollins by himself. No sign of Austin Theory or Murphy.

Rollins takes the mic and says last week he invited Rey Mysterio to RAW this week so they could clear the air of this situation. Rollins says Rey is a hero and he did sacrifice himself for the greater good of RAW, that is the truth. But sadly Rey declined his invitation. He took the coward’s way out, didn’t want to show up and have a conversation with Rollins, but fortunately his son Dominick has made his way to RAW on behalf of the Mysterio family. Rollins goes on but Rey interrupts from the big screen.

Rollins interrupts Rey and says it’s good to hear him. Rey says he didn’t know Dominick was on his way to RAW until it’s too late. He can’t stop Dominick but he does know what Rollins is capable of and this is Rollins’ one warning. Rollins acts like he would never hurt Rey’s son. He wants to help him, not hurt him. Rollins tells Rey to do his fatherly duties for once in his life. He wants to help Dominick but he needs Rey to help him help his son. He needs Rey to convince Dominick to join Rollins, Theory and Murphy for the greater good. Rey speaks some in Spanish and says Dominick will never join Rollins, under no circumstances. Rollins says if that’s the case Rey is leaving him with little options. He says Murphy and Theory are out looking for Dominick now and when they bring him here, if he’s part of the problem and not the solution, then he must be sacrificed. Rey says if Rollins or his goons touch his son, he will end Rollins. Rollins hears Rey loud and clear. An eye for an eye, right? That’s what Dominick said. Rollins goes on and says Dominick is an adult and gets to make his own decisions. He can stand next to Rollins on the right side of history or he can make the choice that Rey made – become a sacrifice as well. Rey tells Rollins to stay away from his son.

Rollins, still on his knees, goes on to thank Rey. Dominick sneaks in the ring behind Rollins and attacks him. Dominick sends Rollins out and face-first into the barrier. Rey watches on the big screen as Murphy and Theory corner Dominick on the outside. He takes Murphy out and keeps getting past them, escaping to the crowd to retreat. Rollins’ disciples are on the other side of the barrier, throwing a fit as Dominick retreats to the back. Rey’s music hits and we see him on the big screen, relieved. Rollins is also upset in the ring as Murphy and Theory join him again.

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RAW Results: June 8, 2020
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Still to come, Rey Mysterio will appear. We get a video package showing recent happenings with Rollins and his stable vs. Rey, Aleister Black and Humberto Carrillo. We see Rey preparing to join the announcers for a follow-up interview from home later on.

Austin Theory and Murphy vs. Humberto Carrillo and Aleister Black

Back from the break and we’ve got tag team action. Austin Theory and Humberto Carrillo go at it to start. Murphy and Aleister Black watch from the aprons.

Theory levels Carrillo early on for a quick pin attempt. Theory pounds on Carrillo. Carrillo gets free and tags in Black. Murphy also tags in and unloads with strikes on Black. Black comes back with strikes of his own. Black avoids Murphy’s Law and rolls him for a 2 count. Black with more strikes and a big moonsault. Black readies for Black Mass on Murphy but Theory runs in. Black takes him out and sends him to the floor.

Carrillo runs the ropes and dives out, sending Theory into the barrier. Black with a 2 count on Murphy. Murphy looks to mount more offense and goes to the top but Black runs up with a big kick to the head for the pin to win out of nowhere.

Winners: Humberto Carrillo and Aleister Black

– After the match, Rey’s music and video starts up but out comes Seth Rollins with a mask on. Black and Carrillo are distracted, allowing Theory and Murphy to attack from behind. Rollins joins in for the triple team. Theory drops Carrillo with The ATL. Rollins yells at Black while Murphy holds him and then delivers a knee to the face. They take turns on Black some more after Carrillo gets sent to the floor. Rollins works Black over and barks at Murphy and Theory to keep beating on him. Rollins yells in Black’s face while they hold him, and then delivers a Stomp while they hold him down. Rollins stands tall in the middle of the ring and raises the arms of Murphy and Theory as the music hits. Black is down face-first on the mat. Rollins picks up the Rey mask and stares at it.

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RAW Results: June 1, 2020
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We go right to the ring and out first comes Seth Rollins, Murphy and Austin Theory. Tom mentions Rollins hosting a retirement ceremony for Rey Mysterio. Rollins and his group are booed by the “fans” in the crowd. We see how Theory and Murphy defeated Humberto Carrillo and Aleister Black last week. The crowd chants “you suck!” at Rollins now.

Rollins says this is a huge night at RAW with a lot going on. He brings up his match with Black happening in the next few minutes. Black has left Rollins no choice but to enlighten him himself. Rollins says Rey will be on RAW later tonight to speak to everyone. He believes Rey won’t be able to announce his own retirement and that’s understandable so Rollins has taken it upon himself to handle that formality for Rey.

Rollins goes on about Rey being sacrificed for the greater good of RAW. If that isn’t legendary, Rollins doesn’t know what is. Rollins goes on and says he’s prepared a video package to honor the career of Rey. We see that video now. The video also shows Rollins recently hurting Rey. Rollins comes back and says it would be his honor to personally retire Rey. The music interrupts and out comes Black. Black rushes the ring and unloads on Rollins. Black clears the ring and wants more. We go to commercial.

Seth Rollins vs. Aleister Black

Back from the break and the bell rings. Seth Rollins and Aleister Black stare each other up and down. Black strikes first with. Back and forth in the middle of the ring now. Black takes it to the corner with strikes and the referee warns him to back off.

Rollins fights back but Black sends him to the floor retreating. Rollins ends up pulling Black to the floor but Black kicks him in the gut. Black rolls Rollins back in but Rollins dropkicks him to the mat. Rollins mounts Black with right hands. Rollins kicks and stomp while his disciples look on. Rollins with a snap suplex for a 2 count.

The crowd tries to rally for Black now while Rollins grounds him. Black fights up and out but Rollins lands another dropkick. More back and forth now. Rollins misses a stomp and an enziguri. Black nails a big kick to the head. Rollins sends Black over the top rope to the floor face-first. Rollins directs Theory and Murphy to approach Black.

The music interrupts and out comes Humberto Carrillo out with a steel chair. He stands over Black and stops Rollins’ disciples from dong any damage. We go back to commercial.

Back from the break and Rollins has Black down in the corner. Black tries to fight back. Rollins misses a dropkick. Rollins fights Black off but runs into a big kick. Rollins with a Slingblade for a 2 count. Rollins keeps control and hits the running knee in the corner as the crowd boos. Rollins dominates and plays to the crowd for more boos.

Rollins comes off the top with a knee but Black dodges it and goes to work. Black with a sliding boot and some posing for cheers from the crowd. Black goes on to hit the moonsault for a 2 count. More back and forth on the mat. Black with a big kick to the head and a German suplex for a close 2 count. Rollins fights back and hits a Falcon Arrow for a 2 count.

Rollins fights back on the apron now as Black has control. Black ends up sending Rollins into the ring post and then the floor. Black nails a moonsault from the apron as we go back to commercial.

Back from the break and Rollins blocks a superplex and sends Black to the mat. Rollins with a Frogsplash for a close 2 count. Black dodges the Stomp and locks in the armbar on Rollins. Rollins gets free and waits for Black on the apron. Rollins springboards in but Black cuts him off with a big knee. Black looks for Black Mass but Theory and Murphy distract him from the apron. Carrillo distracts them. This leads to Black getting the upset win over Rollins.

Winner: Aleister Black

After the bell, everyone is shocked at the win. Rollins orders Theory and Murphy to attack Black and they do. Carrillo gets involved but he’s also beaten up in the ring. Rollins nails a Stomp on Carrillo while Theory and Murphy hold Black, forcing him to watch. Rollins taunts Black and talks more trash to him, then hits a Stomp while the crowd boos him. Rollins’ music starts back up as he stands tall with Theory and Murphy. We go to replays. Rollins poses on the ramp with his disciples.

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