Professional wrestling career
World Wrestling Entertainment (1994, 1996)
Hendrix first wrestled in WWE during 1994 when the company was still operating as the World Wrestling Federation (WWF). Hendrix had his first match during the May 24th edition of WWF Wrestling Challenge where he worked jobbing matches, first against Well Dunn (Steven Dunn & Timothy Well), defeating Hendrix and his partner Matt Gardener. Hendrix and Gardener later on that date lost a second tag match, this time to Crush & Yokozuna. On May 25 during WWF Superstars, Hendrix lost to Irwin R. Schyster.
Independent circuit (2006–2015)
Beginning in 2006 approximately ten years after his stint in the WWF, Hendrix returned to the wrestling ring on the independent circuit. Hendrix wrestled mostly in Ohio and Pennsylvania in promotions including Mid-Ohio Wrestling (MOW), Hard Knock Wrestling, Mega Championship Wrestling (MCW), National Wrestling Alliance, (NWA), NWA East, Cleveland All-Pro Wrestling, Pro Wrestling eXpress. While wrestling in Mid-Ohio Wrestling, Hendrix became a Mid-Ohio Heavyweight Champion, a two-time MOW Tri-County Champion and a Mid-Ohio Tag Team Champion.
American States Wrestling Alliance (1996, 2012, 2015–present)
Hendrix debuted on April 12 in a ASWA TV Taping where he defeated Chip Endale.
Three years later on August 8, 2015 at ASWA Summertime Bruise, Hendrix teamed with Barry Hardy, Jimmie Lee & Robby Collins to defeat Jeff Cannon, Papa Dingo, Random Pain & Tanu. On October 10 at ASWA Shocktober Showdown Hendrix teamed with Jimmie Lee to defeat The Kiboko Warriors (Papa Dingo & Tanu) to win the ASWA Tag Team Championship. They successfully retained their new titles on December 5 at ASWA Winter Reunion 2015. On June 4, 2016, debuting at The Jimmie Hendrix Experience, Hendrix and Jimmie Lee retained the tag team titles against Random Pain & Tanu The Savage.
- Signature moves
- Jumping Head-Butt
Championships and accomplishments
- ASWA Tag Team Championship
- Mid-Ohio Heavyweight Championship
- MOW Tri-County Championship (2 times)
- Mid-Ohio Tag Team Championship