Independent circuit (2009-2012)
Matelson was trained by the Ballard Brothers Shane and Shannon and made his in-ring debut on October 25, 2009 in New Wave Pro Wrestling. On that date, Matelson wrestled at NWPW Halloween Party as Austin Morrison, defeating Gus Doe. He returned on December 6, 2009 at NWPW Disaster In December, winning a singles match against Cedric Johnson. During 2011, Matelson wrestled matches in the National Wrestling Alliance and its affiliate promotions including Championship Wrestling From Hollywood under the ring name "W", when he was part of the wrestling stable The Disorder with teammate "M".
World Wrestling Entertainment (2012-2013)
FCW / NXT (2012-2013)
During 2012, Matelson signed a developmental contract with WWE and began appearing on its training roster previously called Florida Championship Wrestling (FCW) as Judas Devlin. He wrestled on August 1, 2012 teaming with Corey Graves in a match defeating Briley Pierce & CJ Parker. Later in 2012, the training brand was renamed WWE NXT, and Devlin continued making match appearances, mostly in House shows during the months of August through November of 2012. He continued wrestling in NXT House shows from January until March of 2013 until his release.
Return to the independent circuit (2016-present)
Millenium Pro Wrestling (2016)
After three years away from the ring and three years since his release from the WWE, Matelson returned to independent promotions. He resumed his work with Millennium Pro Wrestling, after four years since his last appearance in MPW. He used the names Austin Draven and Just Judas during his matches in MPW. He made a successful returning debut on June 17, defeating Ryan J. Morals. Over the course of his MPW run, Matelson wrestled fellow WWE alumni including Damien Sandow and John Morrison. During the September 30, 2016 edition of MPW, Matelson as Just Judas won his first title, defeating Danny Divine for the MPW Heavyweight Championship.
- Finishers and signature moves
- The Betrayal
- "The Post Modern Phenomenon"
- Teams and stables
Championships and accomplishments
- MPW World Championship (1 time; current)
- Ranked #331 in PWI 500 singles wrestler of 2013