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|Ring Names|| Rockin' Rebel |
|Height||6 ft. 0 in. (183 cm)|
|Weight||245 lbs. (111 kg)|
|West Chester, Pennsylvania|
|Resides||West Chester, PA|
|Billed||West Chester, PA|
|Trained by|| Ricky Morton |
Chuck Williams is an American professional wrestler, better known by his ring name, Rockin' Rebel. He is best known for his appearances on the U.S. independent circuit with promotions such as Eastern Championship Wrestling and Combat Zone Wrestling.
Williams trained as a professional wrestler under the Rock 'n' Roll Express (Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson), debuting in December 1988 as Rockin' Rebel.He also wrestled as Mr. x
Tri-State Wrestling AllianceEdit
In 1990, Rockin' Rebel signed with the Philadelphia-based Tri-State Wrestling Alliance. While touring with the TWA, Rebel had memorable feuds with The Sandman, D.C. Drake, and C.N. Redd. He also teamed with Jimmy Jannetty to form The Confederacy. They became top contenders to the tag team titles and feuded with teams such as The Super Destroyers and The Blackharts. Despite its success, the TWA ceased operations abruptly in 1991. Rebel returned to the promotion in early 1992 after it had been renamed Eastern Championship Wrestling.
Rockin' Rebel hit the independent circuit after leaving ECW in 1994. he had a brief stint in WCW and numerous dark matches with the then called WWF. He had successful tours of Japan, Korea and Puerto Rico before returning to the U.S. in 1995. Throughout the mid-90s, Rebel and fellow ECW alum Glen Osbourne formed a successful tag team known as Darkside. Together they won the Maryland-based Mid-Eastern Wrestling Federation tag team titles five times, the Virginia-based International Pro Wrestling Association tag team titles twice, and appeared regularly for the NWA. On July 25, 2000, Rockin' Rebel debuted in Combat Zone Wrestling. He joined Lobo's Army and remained in the stable until it dissolved upon Lobo's retirement. He then formed a stable known as Rebel's Army with Derrick Frazier,Doomsday Danny Rose and former Tough Enough contestant Greg Matthews. Rebel and Matthews still team together in many promotions around the independent circuit.
Between 2003 and 2005, Rockin' Rebel made numerous appearances with Pro-Pain Pro Wrestling.
As of 2006, Rockin' Rebel has been working regularly with the World Wrestling Coalition and Delaware-based Dynamite Championship Wrestling. He is owner, operator, and head trainer of the Top Gun Wrestling Academy in Phoenixville, Pennsylvania, as well as president / promoter of Blackball'd Wrestling Organization (BWO). He is also currently working for ACW,CCW,KWA,LVW,WOW (Warriors of Wrestling)Force One Pro Wrestling.