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Seth Feroce’s Wiki – Height, Wife, Net Worth, Family. Steroids?



• Seth Feroce is an American professional bodybuilder, YouTuber, podcaster, and entrepreneur
• He became famous for winning his IFBB Pro debut and has achieved notoriety for his no holds barred podcasts
• He was inspired to start lifting weights after being bullied as a child
• He has owned several companies, a podcast, and Youtube channel and has an estimated net worth of over $1 million
• He proposed to his fiancée in 2018 and they are expecting a baby boy in June 2020

Seth Feroce, dubbed “Ferocious Feroce,” is an American professional bodybuilder, YouTuber, podcaster, and entrepreneur, who became famous for winning his IFBB (International Federation of Body Builders) Pro League debut, and who has achieved notoriety for his no holds barred podcasts.

Early life and family

Seth Feroce was born on 21 November 1984, in Pennsylvania USA. He was bullied and taunted with names such as “Chubbs” for being overweight when he was younger, and this motivated him to start lifting weights. His father, Gregory Feroce, was very supportive of him, and bought him his first gym membership card and a set of plastic‑coated sand-filled weights to help him lose those extra pounds and develop muscles.

Seth also started playing wrestling and football as a teen, until his dad took him to a local bodybuilding show which changed the course of his life. The moment they stepped foot into the gym and Seth was welcomed with open arms, his dad knew that he’d lost his son to bodybuilding, as it had become his dream and his passion; he was 15 years old at that time.

No information is available about his mother, but he has a brother named Jacob.

Education background

He attended Indiana University of Pennsylvania to major in molecular biology and biochemistry for a career in the medical field; however, he switched his major after a year and a half, and graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Safety Sciences from the same university.


Throughout his university years, he continued with his training as a bodybuilder. He conducted necessary research into bodybuilding, and pushed his body to its limits as he tried various training regimens, supplements, and nutrition plans to determine which would work best for him. He documented what he considered as experiments on his body, including his weight goals, gains, and lifting history.


First steps

He worked as a safety consultant right after college, but realized that this was not what he dreamt of doing. Although he was living the life of a bodybuilder, he never competed until his wife encouraged him to do so. Once he started competing, there was no stopping him as he went on to win the Northern Kentucky Championships,

Heavyweight Class, which was organized by the NPC (National Physique Committee), the largest organization for amateur bodybuilding in the US, and held on 14 March 2009. He also took first place at the NPC Pittsburg Bodybuilding Fitness and Figure Championships.

As he was preparing for the National Bodybuilding Championships, most guys at his gym were warning him not to get his hopes up on winning the Nationals on his first try, as there were athletes who compete a dozen or more times but never win in their class, and that for some it even took two to three times to be on the show before they could get their hands on a Pro card.


With all the discouragement he received, it was a good thing that Monte Webb, a former Mr. Pittsburg and owner of Webb’s World of Fitness, believed in him and said that he had been competing in the early 1980’s and had been around long enough to know what a champion looked like, and Seth had it.

Seth’s mindset was that he was capable of winning and he trained hard to do that; everything he did – every workout, diet meal, and cardio session were meant to help him not just do well at the competition and be at the top five but to win first place. In November 2009, his parents, wife, brother, and his lifting partner Rege, went with him to Hollywood, Florida to cheer him on for the competition. His brother never left his side and took care of everything for him, so he could just focus on winning.

That day, all his hard work paid off and he earned his pro card and won the National Bodybuilding Championships for the Light-Heavyweight Class.

Further success

During the course of training and competing, Seth met Hany Rambod dubbed as “The Pro Creator,” who was known for his FST-7 Training System that helped bodybuilders get that “championship-winning physique,” and trained with him for more than two years. Seth managed to acquire sponsorship from the dietary supplement brand, MuscleTech, and the bodybuilding and fitness magazine, Muscular Development. He also worked with Isolator Fitness, a company that manufactures meal-prep containers for the health conscious.


When he was 25 years old, Seth competed at the 2010 Europa Super Show Bodybuilding Championships in Dallas, Texas, and won the 202 division. This was quite a feat as it was his IFBB Pro League debut, and he won against IFBB Pro veterans including Jaroslav Horvath and Richard Jackson. This qualified him to compete at the Joe Weider’s Olympia Weekend for the 202 showdown.

He went on to compete at the 2012 IFBB Valenti Gold Cup Pro and placed 7th, and at the 2012 IFBB Toronto Pro Supershow placing 6th. It was not a good year with the losses, troubles at home, and his health problems. His competitive nature drove him to extremes as he prepared his body for open class, but his body couldn’t handle it as he developed tension headaches, nose bleeds, high blood pressure, stomach pains, lethargy, and his organs were greatly affected as well.

This caused him to stop competing in 2012 and rest, in order to regain his health. Seth said that as much as you love what you are doing, you should know when to stop. He said he learned a lot during this time and wouldn’t repeat the mistakes that he made.

For three‑and‑a‑half years from 2012 he did landscaping and safety consultant work to make ends meet. In 2015, with what was left of his savings which was around $2,200, he invested into creating his own apparel brand, All American Roughneck (AAR). He had this notebook in which he drew the designs of his shirts and hats; he approached Bobby Dautrich to help him with this and said that he had nothing to pay him but if this business works, Bobby would get half of everything.


AAR became successful and they became business partners, not just with this one but also with Axe and Sledge Supplements. Other companies that Seth owns include another supplement brand, a gymnastics facility, and a nutrition store.

He has a podcast entitled, “Hard Working Mother F*ckers” (HWMF), in which he and Bobby Dautrich talk about bodybuilding, health, and various other topics. He has about 40 episodes available on the Apple podcasts app, as well as on YouTube – he started his YouTube channel in December 2015, and has more than half a million subscribers and has totaled over 40 million views. Seth also has Feroce Iron Academy, a members‑only website that caters to bodybuilders.

He came back in the bodybuilding scene in 2016, but announced in 2017 that he was parting ways with IFBB.

Many people asked him why he isn’t competing, and he said that he wouldn’t be able to give his all in it, knowing that once he did, his family and other businesses would suffer. Feroce also said that a bodybuilder should have other sources of income, because there would come a time when he wouldn’t have sponsors or he would be too old to compete. He said that if you were a sponsored athlete, you’d be at the mercy of the company, and he didn’t want that. It happened to him back in 2012 when he had two $50,000 contracts, and one disappeared because he didn’t do well at a show at that time.

Personal life

Seth met Elise at university, and had a kid named Adalynne with her during that time; they later married and had another daughter named Emmi. They had been through tough times together, but in the end it didn’t work out. According to Seth, Elise had problems and had to go and get help, and said he spent a lot of money trying to help her. They divorced in 2016, and Seth has full custody of his kids.

In February 2018, he announced that he was dating a gymnastics coach named Hannah Nicole whom he first met in 2017. He proposed to her in December 2018, and currently lives in Western Pennsylvania with his 12-year-old and five-year-old kids, and 24-year-old fiancée who’s pregnant. They had a gender reveal party at the gymnastics facility, and surrounded by Hannah’s students and Seth’s kids, they announced that they are going to have a baby boy come June.

Interesting facts and rumors

  • Seth’s go-to music when training includes mostly metallica songs, Pantera’s “Cowboys from Hell,” and Eminem’s “Lose Yourself.”
  • On his YouTube videos or podcast, he talked about taking steroids in his 20’s as a personal decision, and how he dealt with the consequences of its adverse effects on his body. He said he does not regret anything that happened in his life because it got him to where he is now and he loves it, but he realized how important it is to take better care of his health.
  • In April 2020, he fell off his dirt bike and tore his triceps as a result. He underwent surgery and is expected to make a full recovery.


Seth is 5ft 6ins (1.7m) tall, weighs 212lbs (96kg), and has a muscular build.

Net worth

He has five companies and sponsors as well as a podcast, Instagram, and YouTube channel that he is able to monetize. According to sources his net worth is estimated at over $1 million as of June 2020.

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Who is Luchasaurus (WWE)? Real Face, Injury, Height, Wiki



Austin Matelson, known as Luchasaurus is a professional wrestler and reality TV star from USA. He won Millennium Pro Wrestling Heavyweight Championship in 2016. Matelson was part of the 17th season of the Big Brother show in 2015 and ended on the fifth place, leaving after 12 weeks.

Early life, education

Austin Matelson was born on 10 March 1985 in Woodland Hills, California USA. He has four younger sisters. His parents were hippies and they never pressed him for studying.

However he was very dedicated to school so he earned bachelor’s and master’s degree in medieval history at the California State University in Northridge. He knew that he will become a wrestler at the age of seven. Matelson was watching The Ultimate Warrior on TV and decided that it will be his future profession.


Austin Matelson started his career on independent professional wrestling promotions in 2009.


He was performing and winning singles matches trained by the brothers Shane and Shannon Billard. At that time he was using the ring name “W”.

In 2012 he signed the first contract with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE). He made a debut under the ring name Judas Devlin in a team with Corey Graves. They defeated Briley Pierce and CJ Parker. Shortly after, he was transferred to NXT, a new brand of WWE, working mostly as performer at house shows.

He had severe injuries that stopped his career until 2016. Matelson came back, as part of the Lucha Underground, television series based on wrestling, broadcast weekly and produced by One Three Media. He performed under a snake mask and his ring name was Vibora. He and the teammates Pindar and Drago won the Lucha Underground Trios Championship.

In 2016 he was using the ring name Austin Draven when he won a match for Millenium Pro Wrestling (MPW). Few month later same year under the name Just Judas he became MPW Heavyweight Champion.


Since the Lucha Undergroung, Matelson started using the name Luchasaurus after his fans shouted it during a performance.

In 2019 Matelson signed for All Elite Wrestling (AEW) and he debuted at Double or Nothing as a part of the pre-show Casino Battle Royale. After he signed full time with the company he performed in a team “A Boy and his Dinosaur” with Jungle Boy. At “All Out” with the third teammate Marko Stunt, they debuted as “Jurassic Express”. In October last year, he didn’t play against the Lucha Brothers in the first round of AEW Tournament due to an injury.

He suffered a hamstring tear, but returned in the ring after a month. His signature moves are Choke to Spanish Fly, Snakebite, Extinction, Betrayal, Ironman, Moonsault and Chokeslam.

In an interview for CSUN Today (The newspaper of the University where he received 2 degrees) last year explained what he finds in common of these two professions: ‘What you’re doing is almost telling a story like a historian tells a story. There’s a lot of correlation in the way you can approach it from that analytical point of view’.


Bill DeMott scandal

Bill DeMott is a former WWE wrestler and the head trainer of NXT. But in 2015 he resigned amid accusations of abuse by wrestlers. He denied those accusations. One of the wrestlers was Austin Matelson, who said in a radio interview that DeMott was constantly bullying wrestlers making inappropriate comments including their sexual orientation and abusing them physically and mentally. Matelson sent an e-mail to WWE executives in 2013 while he was still in the company, informing them about De Mott behavior. He was accused from female wrestlers too.

Reality Shows

During his break in the career, Matelson was contacted by the Big Brother producers who thought his biography is interesting -a wrestler with a master degree in medieval history. He appeared in the 17th season in 2015 and left the house after 12 weeks. At the end of the show he was on the fifth place.

Matilson also appeared in other shows like Access Hollywood, The price is right and the 19th season of the Big Brother Show.


Personal life

His personal life was in the spotlight during the Big Brother show where he met and began a relationship with another contestant Liz Nolan. They dated for five months. Matilson keeps his private life out of the public eye, so it is believed that he is single, dedicated to his professional life.

Net worth

A professional wrestler gets about $500,000 each year. So, Matilson net worth, as of early 2020 is estimated around $1 million.


Luchasaurus is 6ft 5ins (1.96m) tall, weighs 234lbs (106 kg). He has a strong and toned body with tattoos. He has long brown hair and his eyes are brown too.

Social media

Luchasaurus has a Twitter account with more than 88,000 followers and he joined in 2011. The next year he opened an Instagram account and now he has 113,000 followers.

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The Truth About Shawn Oakman: What You Didn’t Know About Him



Who is Shawn Oakman?

American Football defensive end Shawn Michael Oakman was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania USA, on 7 April 1992, meaning that Aries is his zodiac sign. He’s probably known best for the time which he’s spent playing for the Toronto Argonauts of the Canadian Football League (CFL), while Shawn’s also competed in Champions Indoor Football (CIF), American Arena League (AAL) and the XFL.

Education and early life

Shawn was raised alongside his siblings in Philadelphia, by their mother Vernetta who was a drug addict; she’s now been clean for years, and has revealed in an interview that she wasn’t able to provide a stable home for her children. Vernetta’s also revealed that she was sexually abused as a child, was seven when she began taking psychiatric drugs, and 15 when she took cocaine for the first time. Shawn’s father wasn’t around while he was growing up, and he eventually died from cancer.

Shawn and his siblings tried their best to behave as if they were a normal family, because they were afraid of Child Protective Services splitting them into foster homes; in 2002, when Shawn was 10, his mother was sentenced to a year and a half behind bars for being in possession of a criminal weapon, and was then arrested in 2004 for theft, and in 2005 and 2008 for prostitution. A year later, she was diagnosed with HIV, while she’s today also struggling with schizophrenia and bipolar disorder.


Shawn and his brother Future were sent to live with their cousin Kenn Roberts, an American Army veteran who together with his wife Tracy had previously fostered 13 disadvantaged children; Kenn’s revealed that Shawn had anger issues when he arrived, and that he didn’t want to go to school or talk to anyone.

Shawn thus had to take speech classes, and was given chores by Kenn and his wife, such as walking the dog, cutting the lawn and folding laundry. He found comfort in playing basketball while attending Penn Wood High School, and took his school to the state title during his junior year, however, it was obvious even at that time that Shawn’s future was in football.

He matriculated in 2010 and then enrolled at Penn State University on a football scholarship.

College career

Shawn was redshirted in 2011, and was then dismissed from their football team the Nittany Lions on 27 February 2012, for unknown reasons; this made him transfer to Baylor University in July of the same year.

Shawn had to skip the 2012 football season because of transfer rules, and only began playing for the Baylor Bears in 2013; he was a backup defensive end in 13 games, and finished the season with two sacks and 33 tackles. He made his breakthrough in the 2014 season, recording 11 sacks and 25.5 tackles; he was a consensus All-Big 12 selection, while he earned third-team All-America honors from Associated Press.

Instead of making himself eligible for the National Football League Draft (NFL), Shawn chose to spend another year at Baylor, from which he graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in 2015.


Football career

Shawn was arrested on sexual assault charges only two weeks before the 2016 NFL Draft, which made him ‘undraftable’; he indeed wasn’t drafted, but was found not guilty of the sexual assault a couple of months later.

Shawn was signed by the Triangle Torch of the AAL in November 2017, and on 8 March 2018 signed with the Bismarck Bucks of CIF; he then signed with the Austin General of The Spring League on 6 April 2019, and with the West Virginia Roughriders of AAL in June 2019.

He was drafted by the Los Angeles Wildcats of the XFL on 16 October 2019, but was waived on 17 December of the same year; the Wildcats re-signed Shawn on 24 January 2020, but his contract was terminated when the league suspended its operations on 10 April 2020.

Shawn signed with the Toronto Argonauts of CFL on 15 February 2021, and in March 2021 played in Fan Controlled Football’s People’s Championship.

Love life and relationships

Shawn shies away from sharing the details of his love life with his fans; it’s known that he’s been in a relationship with several girls, as some have accused him of rape and physical assault, but the names of these girls haven’t been revealed.


There are some people on the internet who believe that Shawn’s struggling with his sexuality, and that he’s actually gay, but this hasn’t been addressed by him.

There are also those who believe that he’s today in a long-term relationship with a non-celebrity Canadian girl, as some have claimed to have seen the two spending time together, but this hasn’t been confirmed either.

Shawn seems to be unattached as of May 2023, hasn’t married and doesn’t have children.

Problems with the authorities

Shawn was involved in an incident at Penn State University on 25 February 2012, and was charged with retail theft, harassment and disorderly conduct; he had shoved a cashier and fled the scene – this was the incident which led to his dismissal from the university’s football team.

In January 2013, a woman claimed that she’d been physically assaulted by Shawn, and that he had grabbed her under her armpits and pushed her against a brick wall.

He was arrested on 13 April 2016, after a woman accused him of sexual assault. According to the woman, the two had met at a bar and Shawn invited her to his off-campus residence; he then forced her into his bedroom, took her clothes off and raped her. Shawn was indicted on second-degree sexual assault charged on 20 July 2016 by a grand jury in McLennan County, but was found not guilty on 28 February 2019.


Height, eyes and wealth

Shawn’s age is 31. He has black hair and brown eyes, is 6ft 9ins (2.06m) tall and weighs around 290lbs (130kgs).

Shawn’s net worth’s been estimated at over $2 million, as of May 2023.

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The Fisher Effect: How Jimbo Fisher Transformed Texas A&M Football



Who is Jimbo Fisher?

American college football coach and former American Football player John James ‘Jimbo’ Fisher Jr. was born in Clarksburg, West Virginia USA, on 9 October 1965, making Libra his zodiac sign. He’s perhaps known best for the years which he’s spent coaching the Texas A&M Aggies, while he’d previously coached the Florida State Seminoles, leading them to win the 2014 Bowl Championship Series (BCS) National Championship Game.

Education and early life

Jimbo was raised alongside his brother Bryan in Clarksburg, by their father John James Fisher and mother Gloria; Jimbo’s kept other details about his family to himself, because he respects their privacy.

He became interested in football while attending North View Junior High School; Jimbo eventually progressed to and played for Liberty High School, and became one of the best players there. A couple of other activities in which Jimbo enjoyed taking part included acting, dancing and playing baseball.

He matriculated in 1984, and then enrolled at Clemson University on a baseball scholarship; he transferred to Salem College, and then eventually to Samford University, where he played football for the Samford Bulldogs, and was named Division III National Player of the Year. Jimbo graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in 1988.


Jimbo’s career

Jimbo spent the year 1988 playing for the Chicago Bruisers of the Arena Football League (AFL), and from 1988 through 1990 worked at Samford as a quarterbacks assistant coach. After showing great coaching skills, Jimbo was hired as a full-time quarterbacks coach and offensive co-ordinator.

From 1990 through 1992, he worked at Auburn University as their quarterbacks coach under head coach Terry Bowden, and only left Auburn after Terry resigned and was replaced by Tommy Tuberville in 1998. He then spent a year serving as the offensive co-ordinator and quarterbacks coach at the University of Cincinnati, while the year 2000 saw him join the Louisiana State University (LSU); Jimbo helped develop several quarterbacks during his time at LSU, including JaMarcus Russell, Matt Mauck and Rohan Davey.

Jimbo chose to try and become a head coach in the mid-2000s, and was interviewed for the position at the University of Alabama at Birmingham in 2006; the university’s Board of Trustees vetoed his contract offer for unknown reasons. He was then invited to join the University of Alabama’s coaching staff, but instead joined Florida State University as their quarterbacks coach and offensive co-ordinator, replacing coach Jeff Bowden. Jimbo was named ‘head coach in waiting’ after his first year at Florida State, and then signed a $600,000 per year contract; Florida State also promised to pay Jimbo $5 million if he wasn’t promoted to head coach by the end of 2010. After the late American college football coach Robert Cleckler ‘Bobby’ Bowden retired from being the head coach at the university, Jimbo took over the position on 5 January 2010; at a press conference two days later, he revealed that his goal was to make big changes in the team, and announced his coaching staff.

During his first year with the Seminoles, Jimbo led the team to win 10 games in the season, the first time since 2003 and second since 2000; they defeated their in-state rivals the Florida Gators and the Miami Hurricanes, and reached the 2010 Chick-fil-A Bowl game, defeating South Carolina.


The Seminoles finished their 2011 season with nine wins and four defeats, and once again defeated both the Gators and the Hurricanes; they also won the Champs Sports Bowl by defeating the Notre Dame Fighting Irish. The year 2012 saw them win their first conference title in seven years, when they reached the Orange Bowl and defeated the Northern Illinois Huskies; they were undefeated in the 2013 season, and then had two undefeated seasons in a row.

The Seminoles lost in the Rose Bowl to the Oregon Ducks 59-20, and had the record 10-3 in both of the two following seasons. The team’s performance declined in the years following their 2014 BCS National Championship win, and Jimbo resigned as the Seminoles’ head coach on 1 December 2017.

He accepted the same position at Texas A&M University, and signed a $75 million 10-year contract with the A&M Aggies. They recorded 9-4 in their first season under Jimbo, and won against the NC State Wolfpack at the 2018 Gator Bowl; they then won against the Oklahoma State Athletics at the 2019 Texas Bowl, and finished their 2020 season with the 9-1 record.

Jimbo signed a new contract with the Aggies in December 2021, earning $9 million a year; his 2022 season was the worst that he had with the Aggies, as they won only three of their first nine games.


Love life and wife

Jimbo’s married twice, but rarely speaks about his love life in public. His first wife was Candi Fisher; the two married in 1989 and divorced in 2015, having two sons together, Trey and Ethan; Ethan was diagnosed with the rare genetic disease Fanconi anemia in 2011, and this led to Jimbo and Candi to found the charity organization Kidz1stFund. Trey followed in his father’s footsteps and played football at the University of Tennessee at Martin.

Jimbo married his second wife, American non-celebrity Courtney Harrison Fisher in 2020, and they’re today living in College Station, Texas; he’s the stepfather of Courtney’s son Keller from a previous marriage/relationship.

Interesting facts and hobbies

Jimbo’s active on Twitter; he launched his account in November 2017 and has since tweeted over 16,000 times, while he’s today followed by more than 3,000 people. Most of his tweets are about football.

Jimbo’s passionate about travelling and has been to all of the US states, while he’s also vacationed in a couple of European countries.

He enjoys listening to rock ‘n’ roll music, and his favorite band’s AC/DC.

Jimbo’s a philanthropist, and has donated money to several charity organizations.

His favorite actor is Matt Damon, and some of his favorite movies include “The Monuments Men”, “Deadpool 2” and “Ocean’s Thirteen”.


Height, eyes and wealth

Jimbo’s age is 57. He has blue eyes and grey hair, is 5ft 9ins (1.75m) tall and weighs around 195lbs (88kgs).

Jimbo’s net worth’s been estimated at over $13 million, as of May 2023.

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