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Matt Taven

Born
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Age
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Debut
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Height
6'2"
188 cm
Weight
219 lbs
99.5 kg
Reach
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Stance
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Country
Boston, MA
United States
Sport
Pro Wrestling
Division
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Team
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Matt Taven's Bio

Official ROH profile: http://www.rohwrestling.com/wrestlers/roster/matt-taven

Announcements

  • March 22, 2019

    Daniel Bryan One year ago this week, Daniel Bryan's dreams were rescued from purgatory. On March 20th of 2018, it was announced that after months of battling, Bryan was going to be cleared to return as a performer for World Wrestling Entertainment. It was a cause to celebrate for legions of fans. A year later, Bryan is walking into WrestleMania 35, the biggest show of the year for professional wrestling, as the WWE Champion, as a top villain and as one of the most talked about in-ring competitors in the ...

  • March 15, 2019

    Anniversaries are a precious thing. They are a moment of celebration as well as reflection. They are a reminder of the goals that drive one's life as well as everything that led to those goals. They are the golden mirages that shimmer in the desert. They are the foundation upon which legacies have been built. They are everything and they are everything that one strives for. Ring of Honor will celebrate their 17th Anniversary live on FITE from Las Vegas, but even in their moment of glory, that ecstasy of ...

  • February 15, 2019

    Kenny Omega The mystery is over. The former IWGP Heavyweight Champion. The Cleaner. Kenny Omega has signed a multi-year deal with All Elite Wrestling. Omega was the promotion's big surprise at their Las Vegas rally announcing the ticket details for AEW's debut event Double or Nothing, officially revealing he had departed New Japan Pro Wrestling to join the rest of the Elite in forming AEW. Confronted by Chris Jericho, Omega ended up in a scuffle with the former WWE Champion, with it soon becoming official the two would face off ...

  • February 8, 2019

    BECKY LYNCH Once again, the Man headlines the FITE rankings. To be fair, Lynch likely would have landed on top this week even if she hadn't done anything of note, given that Seth Rollins (injury) and Brock Lesnar (back in hibernation) all but disappeared from WWE programming this week. However, when it comes to Lynch, she once again was the straw that stirred the WWE drink, confronting and assaulting Stephanie McMahon on Raw, then slapping Triple H on Smackdown. As if that wasn't enough, Lynch went face to face with ...

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