Kyle Greenwood (March 1, 1987) is a Canadian professional wrestler, better known by his ring name Kyle O'Reilly. He competed for several independent promotions including Extreme Canadian Championship Wrestling, Evolve, and Ring of Honor.
Professional wrestling career
Extreme Canadian Championship Wrestling
O'Reilly appeared at NWA: Extreme Canadian Championship Wrestling (ECCW)'s television tapings on December 23, 2005, where he and Tony Tisoy lost to Wrathchild and Killswitch. In January 2006, O'Reilly was in the main event of ECCW's tenth anniversary show, teaming with Fast Freddy Funk and Kurt Sterling to defeat Michelle Starr, Johnny Canuck and Vance Nevada. O'Reilly graduated from ECCW's House of Pain Wrestling School on May 29, 2006. At the graduation show, O'Reilly pinned his trainer Aaron Idol (Canadian wrestler)Aaron Idol. He continued to appear in ECCW throughout the remainder of 2006 and early 2007. In March 2007, O'Reilly began a feud with Sid Sylum, losing to him in an "European Rounds" match on March 2, before he teamed with Veronika Vice to defeat Sylum and Nikki Matthews in a mixed tag team match the following night. On March 30, O'Reilly defeated Sylum in an "I Quit" match to end the feud.
Ring of Honor (2009-2017)
Pro Wrestling Guerrilla (2011–2017)
New Japan Pro Wrestling (2014–2017)
WWE NXT (2017-present)
Greenwood has type 1 diabetes. He cites Bret Hart, Toshiaki Kawada, Royce Gracie, and Muhammad Ali as his role models.Growing up, Greenwood participated in several sports, including amateur wrestling, ice hockey, football, lacrosse, kickboxing, Jiu-jitsu, and snowboarding, and briefly played rugby in Europe. While training to become a professional wrestler, he worked as a cook at a local restaurant. Greenwood lives with Davey Richards and Tony Kozina.
- "The Martial Artist"
Championships and accomplishments
- NWA: Extreme Canadian Championship Wrestling
- Ring of Honor