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What happened to the Samoan bulldozer Umaga? Journey to WWE

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Who was The Samoan Bulldozer Umaga?

Immediately upon his debut in World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE), it was clear that The Samoan Bulldozer Umaga would make a lasting impact. He quickly earned a reputation as one of the most vicious WWE superstars, and his epic battles with famed wrestlers such as John Cena became modern-day WWE classics.

Although he remained an enigma to many WWE fans, underneath that tattooed, super-heavyweight, big man, was a gentle father and husband. Let us tell you all about his life, his wrestling beginnings, and his rise to WWE stardom.

Where did he grow up? Family, education

Born Edward Smith Fatu under the zodiac sign of Aries on 28 March 1973, in American Samoa, as the youngest son of Vera and Solofa Fatu. His father was a member of the famous professional wrestling Anoa’i family, whose notable members include Yokozuna, Solo Sikoa, Roman Reigns, and Wild Samoans (Sika and Afa, elder brothers of Umaga’s mother). Umaga’s older brothers, Solofa Junior, and Sam, are also professional wrestlers.

Raised in a family of wrestlers, it isn’t surprising that Umaga dreamed of becoming a professional in this sport. He was trained at the Wild Samoan wrestling school, held by his cousin. There’s no information about his formal education, although many believe that he’s a high school matriculate.

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Journey to WWE

In 1995, after completing his training at the Wild Samoan School, Umaga debuted in his uncle Afa’s World Xtreme Wrestling (WXW) promotion. However, in his early career, Umaga worked in Japan for Frontier Martial-Arts Wrestling promotion, from 1999 through 2000.

In the following year, Umaga signed his developmental contract with World Wrestling Federation (WWF), and was assigned to Heartland Wrestling Association (HWA), using the ring name ‘Ekmo’. Umaga and his cousin Matt Anoa’i were members of the team named The Island Boyz, and the two won the HWA Tag Team Championship in November 2001. The Island Boyz also competed for Memphis Championship Wrestling (MCW), winning the MVW Southern Tag Team Championship three times.

Umaga, now renamed Jamal, and his cousin renamed Rosey, debuted in an episode of Raw, aired on 22 July 2002, as a part of the segment “3-Minute Warming”. In the following year, Umaga debuted as Ekmo Fatu in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) performing with Sonny Siaki, with whom he then formed a tag team. They performed together from October 2003 to August 2004, defeating the teams of Danny Doring and Roadkill, Shark Boy and Mad Mikey, and America’s Most Wanted (Chris Harris and James Storm).

Concurrently, Umaga debuted in All Japan Pro Wrestling in 2003, using his former ring name, Jamal. Almost immediately Umaga aligned himself with Taka Michinoku’s stable, Roughly Obsess and Destroy. In early 2004, Umaga began performing as a single wrestler, entering Champion Carnival, and winning over Keiji Muto.

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Umaga learned, developed, and grew as a performer during his time in Japan, and his work caught the eye of WWE officials, thus they opted to give him another chance. In April 2006, Umaga returned to the company under face paint and presented as a ‘Samoan savage’, which many fans commented was very much an ‘ugly stereotype’. His new character, Umaga, means ‘the end’ and presents the final and most painful part of the Samoan tattooing process.

Early on, Umaga was not incredibly impressive, as the WWE expected, however, something happened as months were passing – Umaga became the undefeated Samoan Bulldozer, defeating Flair, Triple H, and Shawn Michaels, among others. Umaga was a two-time Intercontinental WWE Champion; his winning streak was ended after he feuded with John Cena.

Umaga presented Vince McMahon for ‘Battle of the Billionaires’ with Donald Trump at WrestleMania 23, an annual professional wrestling pay-per-view event produced by WWE, held in 2007. Umaga’s opponent was Bobby Lashley, and since Umaga lost, McMahon had to shave his head. Despite the loss, Umaga’s appearance in a match helped make the event the most-watched in WWE history, which solidified Umaga’s status as one of the elite performers.

His final feuds were with Jeff Hardy and CM Punk, and he even fought the famed Batista at WrestleMania 24. Unfortunately, Umaga has never returned to the heights he was in during his stint with WWE. A torn posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) in his knee put him out of the ring in late 2008, but he returned after two months, however, on 8 June 2009, WWE announced that he was released from his contract with the company, and allegedly, the reason for that was Umaga’s refusal to enter rehabilitation. Shortly before his death, Umaga reportedly reached an agreement to return to WWE in January 2010.

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What happened to the Samoan bulldozer? Death explained

On 4 December 2009, Umaga’s wife found him unconscious, laying on the couch in their home with his nose was bleeding. She called an ambulance, and Umaga was rushed to a hospital. Paramedics determined that he was having a heart attack and they were able to restart his heart, although Umaga showed no brain activity. In the hospital, he was kept on life support, but unfortunately later suffered another deadly heart attack.

Umaga was 36 years old when he died. According to medical examiners, he had both heart and liver disease, and the toxicology reports revealed that Umaga had the drugs in his system – a painkiller, muscle relaxant, and valium). His death was officially attributed to a heart attack caused by acute toxicity of various drugs.

Wife and children

Umaga’s wife, only known as L.T., prefers to keep her life away from the media’s attention. Their wedding day has been undisclosed, but it’s known that they had four children together, and lived in their house in Houston, Texas. One of their children, Zilla Fatu, is training to become a professional wrestler, hoping to become Heavyweight Champion of Reality of Wrestling in 2024.

Appearance, trademarks

Umaga was an incredibly talented wrestler who demonstrated outstanding agility and speed for someone of his size. He was 6ft 4ins (1.93m) tall and weighed around 350lbs (159kgs). He was a truly dominant figure, and many fans think that he played his role as The Samoan Bulldozer Umaga perfectly.

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How rich was Umaga?

The former WWE superstar had a salary of around $300,000 per year while he used to play for WWE, and there is no info about his salary while he was in Japan. However, according to sources, at the time of his death, his net worth has been estimated to be around $1 million.

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The Rise and Fall of Miss Elizabeth: A Tragic Story of Fame and Addiction

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Who was Miss Elizabeth?

Miss Elizabeth was a professional wrestling manager and occasional wrestler, best known for her time in the World Wrestling Federation (now known as WWE) in the late 1980s and early 1990s. She passed away in 2003.

Miss Elizabeth Wiki: Age, Childhood, and Education

Elizabeth Ann Hulette was born on 16 November 1960, in Frankfort, Kentucky, USA, and grew up in a military family that moved frequently. After high school, she enrolled at the University of Kentucky, from which she obtained a degree in communications.

Career and International Stardom

Elizabeth worked as a TV announcer at International Championship Wrestling Shows (ICW). During her time there, she met wrestler Randy Savage, who would later become her husband; the two married in December 1984.

As Miss Elizabeth, she made her debut in the World Wrestling Federation (WWF) as the new manager of Randy “Macho Man” Savage. This occurred on 30 July 1985, in Poughkeepsie, New York, during a match where several managers were hoping to be selected as Savage’s new manager. Elizabeth was an attractive, unnamed woman who came to the ring and was picked by Savage to be his new manager. After her debut, Elizabeth became an important figure in Savage’s career, accompanying him to many of his matches, through most of his career, including his lengthy series of title defenses against Ted DiBiase. One of the most popular storylines during Savage’s career was his feud with George “The Animal” Steele, who had a crush on Elizabeth.,

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As she continued her work with Savage, they formed a Mega Powers team with Hulk Hogan. The Mega Powers faced the Mega Bucks with Elizabeth as their secret weapon at the SummerSlam event. She teased the audience by promising to wear an “itsy bitsy teeny weeny bikini” under her fancy clothes. Elizabeth ripped off her skirt during the match to distract their opponents, leading to Savage and Hogan’s victory. However, Hogan’s overprotective attitude towards Elizabeth led to tension between him and Savage, which escalated when Hogan accidentally eliminated Savage during the 1989 Royal Rumble. Their relationship continued to deteriorate, leading to Savage confronting Hogan in the ring during a live event in February 1989. Savage’s anger reached a boiling point when Hogan left him to face the Twin Towers alone, causing him to strike Hogan with the championship belt backstage, and so splitting the Mega Powers. The dissolution of their partnership led to Hogan challenging Savage for the WWF World Heavyweight Championship at WrestleMania V, where Elizabeth stood in a neutral corner. Hogan won the match, and Savage ended his partnership with Elizabeth, adopting Sensational Sherri as his new valet.

After this, Miss Elizabeth took Hogan’s side and became his manager, and during the latter half of 1989, she made sporadic appearances in the WWF. She continued to manage Hulk Hogan in his matches against Randy Savage in the house show circuit from April to October 1989. At SummerSlam 1989, she managed Hogan and Brutus Beefcake in a match against Savage and Zeus, where she intervened physically for the first time by tripping Sensational Sherri. Elizabeth then managed Jim Duggan for the rest of the year, including against Savage, and appeared in the Brother Love Show. She also co-hosted WWF Wrestling Spotlight with Vince McMahon for a brief period.

In 1990, Miss Elizabeth joined forces with Dusty Rhodes and Sapphire in a mixed tag team match against Savage and Sherri at WrestleMania VI. During the match, Elizabeth grabbed Sherri’s hair to prevent her from double-teaming Rhodes. While the two women faced off, Sapphire capitalized on the situation and pinned Sherri for the win. Elizabeth continued to manage Rhodes and Sapphire in mixed tag team matches against Savage and Sherri until August 1990, with Brother Love joining the latter team to counteract Elizabeth’s presence. After August 1990, Elizabeth took an hiatus from appearing at WWF events.

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Return to Wrestling

Miss Elizabeth made her comeback to wrestling on 23 January 1996 as the manager for Randy Savage and Hulk Hogan at Clash of the Champions XXXII. However, just a few weeks later, on 11 February 1996, she shockingly turned on Savage and assisted Ric Flair in defeating him at SuperBrawl VI. Following this, she aligned herself with Flair as a co-manager in the Four Horsemen faction alongside Woman.

Later in 1996, Miss Elizabeth joined the nWo faction with Hulk Hogan, but she still cared for her ex-husband Randy Savage, who also later joined the nWo. During 1997, Elizabeth and Savage had a feud with Diamond Dallas Page and Kimberly Page. In May 1998, Elizabeth joined the nWo Wolfpac but later left Savage again to join the nWo Hollywood. She accompanied Eric Bischoff for several months, and belittled Savage. However, Savage reminded her that he had moved on from their relationship a long time ago, and didn’t need her.

On the 4 January 1999 episode of Nitro, Elizabeth was shown talking to police detectives, and accused Goldberg of stalking her, then filed charges against him. Later, Elizabeth revealed that she lied and was a pawn for the nWo so that Goldberg would not be able to compete in his scheduled title match with Kevin Nash. In Goldberg’s absence, Hulk Hogan returned and took his place in the match.

Elizabeth was part of the nWo until she took a leave of absence from WCW in April 1999.

Later the same year, Miss Elizabeth returned to WCW as the manager of Lex Luger – Luger was supposed to compete in a tag team match with Rey Mysterio Jr. against Kevin Nash and an opponent of his choice, with Elizabeth’s hair and Rey Mysterio Jr.’s mask on the line. However, Mysterio attacked Luger with a car door, injuring him and forcing him to withdraw from the match. Elizabeth took time off to be with Luger during his recovery.

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When Luger returned, Elizabeth became more physically involved in the action, and known for her viciousness at Starrcade 1999 when she struck Sting with his own baseball bat. She then managed the partnership between Luger and Ric Flair, known as Team Package. After their split, Elizabeth had feuds with Vince Russo and Kimberly Page and even had her first official match against Daffney.

Elizabeth’s final appearance was on the 29 May 2000 episode of WCW Monday Nitro. She quietly left WCW on 17 August 2000, when her contract expired.

Net Worth

According to sources, Miss Elizabeth’s net worth was estimated at $100,000 at the time of her death.

Personal Life and Death

Miss Elizabeth was married to Randy Savage from 1984 to 1982.

From 1997 to 1999, she was married to Cary Lubetsky.

After leaving WCW in 2000, Elizabeth and Luger remained a couple, and she started working at Main Event Fitness, a gym in Marietta, Georgia that Luger co-owned. In November and December 2002, Elizabeth was scheduled to make her return to wrestling alongside Luger on the World Wrestling All-Stars tour of Europe, but she did not appear at any of the shows. She never made another wrestling appearance after leaving WCW. During the tour, Luger won and lost the WWA World Heavyweight Championship in matches against Sting.

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On 19 April 2003, Elizabeth was involved in a domestic dispute with Luger, who allegedly struck her in the garage of their townhouse in Marietta, Georgia. Elizabeth had a bump on her head, both eyes bruised, and a cut lip. Luger was only charged with a misdemeanor count of battery and got out on a $2,500 bond.

On 1 May 2003, Luger phoned 9-1-1 to report that Miss Elizabeth had stopped breathing in their Marietta, Georgia, home. Despite attempts at mouth-to-mouth resuscitation, she remained unresponsive, and emergency medical services hurried her to the WellStar Kennestone Hospital Emergency Room, where she was declared dead at the age of 42. Following a medical examination, it was determined that her death resulted from “acute toxicity” caused by a lethal combination of painkillers and vodka, and was classified as an accident. She was laid to rest at Frankfort Cemetery.

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How Micky Ward Overcame Adversity and Became a Boxing Legend

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Who is Micky Ward?

Micky is a retired American professional boxer, who is most famous for his legendary trilogy of fights against Arturo Gatti, for which he received the Fight of the Year award two times, and he held the WBU light welterweight title in 2000. He retired from boxing in 2003.

Micky Ward Wiki: Age, Childhood, and Education

George Michael Ward Jr. was born on 4 October 1965, in Lowell, Massachusetts, USA. Of Irish ancestry, he grew up in a tough neighborhood where criminal groups ruled. Drugs and weapons were available on the street, but Micky turned to boxing to stay out of danger. His father was jailed for drug trafficking, so Micky looked up to his older half-brother Dicky Eklund, who was an amateur boxer with 190 amateur fights in his boxing gloves.

Micky started boxing at just seven years old, and his interest in the sport increased as he got older. Before turning pro, Micky won several prestigious competitions, including three-times New England Golden Gloves champion.

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Career Beginnings

Micky turned pro in 1985, and his  professional boxing career started with a series of wins, his first 14 fights from 1985 to 1986, including nine wins by knockout. During this period, he quickly gained a reputation as a tough and determined fighter with a powerful left hook.

On his way to the perfect score, Micky defeated such boxers as David Morin, which was his first fight, then Chris Bajor, Mike Peoples, Luis Pizarro, Ken Willis, and Derrick McGuire, before he lost his first match to Puerto Rican fighter Edwin Curet, on 25 September 1986 at Resorts International, Atlantic City, New Jersey, USA.

Nevertheless, he recovered quickly and went on to win a series of bouts against such opponents as Joey Olivera, Joey Ferrell, David Silva, and Marvin Garris to take his record to an outstanding 18-1.

This quickly turned to 21-3, but he lost to Frankie Warren for the USBA light welterweight title. He lost another title match, this time against Harold Brazier for IBF Inter-Continental light welterweight title, and again for the vacant USBA light welterweight title against Charles Murray.

Micky had several unsuccessful bouts in 1991, after which he decided to take a break from boxing.

Return and International Stardom

While away from boxing, he worked full-time on a road-paving crew in Lowell, Massachusetts. During this time away from the sport, he also underwent surgery to address a chronic problem with his right hand, which had been causing him issues for several years, and he’d previously undergone multiple surgeries to try to correct the problem. However, these weren’t successful, and he continued to experience pain and limited mobility in his hand.

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To address the problem once and for all, Ward underwent a major surgery that involved taking bone grafts from his pelvis and fusing them to the bones in his hand. The procedure was successful, and Ward was able to return to boxing with a fully functional right hand.

The surgery and recovery period were financially demanding for Ward, and he used some of the money he earned from his day job to pay for the procedure. However, the investment paid off in the long run, as Ward’s newly strengthened hand helped him to achieve some of the most significant victories of his career, including winning his first nine fights. In 2000, he won the WBU’s Intercontinental Light Welterweight Title in a fight against Shea Neary, which was a significant achievement in his career.

One of the most memorable fights in Ward’s career was his 1997 match against Alfonso Sanchez. Ward was losing the fight on points, but he managed to turn things around in the seventh round with a powerful left hook to the body that knocked out Sanchez. The punch was a perfect example of Ward’s exceptional power and accuracy with his left hook, which had become one of his signature moves in the ring.

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In 2000, Micky Ward traveled to London to fight Shea Neary, who was the WBU Light Welterweight Champion. Despite being the underdog in the fight, Ward managed to win by TKO in the eighth round, becoming the new WBU champion.

However, Ward never defended his title, and he split his next four fights. Despite this, he continued to be known as a fan favorite and a tough fighter in the ring.

One of the most memorable fights of Ward’s career was his ten-round decision victory over Emanuel Augustus (then known as Emanuel Burton) in 2001. The fight was a back-and-forth battle that showcased both fighters’ skills and determination. The fight was later voted as The Ring magazine’s 2001 Fight of the Year, cementing Ward’s status as a respected and admired boxer.

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Trilogy Battle with Arturo Gatti

On 18 May 2002, Micky faced off against his most famous opponent, Arturo Gatti. The fight was an intense back-and-forth battle, but Ward managed to knock Gatti down in the ninth round and win the fight by majority decision. The fight was later named The Ring magazine’s 2002 Fight of the Year, but both fighters were taken to hospital for treatment after sustaining injuries.

The two fighters agreed to an immediate rematch, which took place in November of the same year. This time, Gatti won the fight, knocking down Ward in the third round. Despite the loss, Gatti praised Ward’s resilience and tenacity in the ring.

The fighters then agreed to a third fight, which was another intense and closely contested battle. Although Gatti dominated early on, Ward managed to knock him down in the sixth round. However, the bell rang before the referee could count to ten, and Gatti was able to recover and win the fight by unanimous decision. Once again, both fighters required medical attention after the fight, and the bout was named The Ring magazine’s 2003 Fight of the Year, making it the third consecutive year that one of Ward’s fights was named as such. This accomplishment had not been achieved since the 1950s, by Rocky Marciano and Carmen Basilio.

The trilogy of fights between Ward and Gatti was the most lucrative of Ward’s career, earning him approximately $3 million.

He retired from boxing shortly after, with a record of 38-13.

Life in Retirement

Since retiring from boxing, Mickey part owns and runs a boxing gym and an outdoor hockey rink. His business partner is his half-brother Dicky Eklund.

‘The Fighter’

Mickey’s life and the start of their professional career were depicted in the biographical sports-drama film “The Fighter”, directed by David O. Russell, and starred Mark Wahlberg as Micky and Christian Bale as Dicky.

Net Worth

According to sources, Micky Ward’s net worth is estimated at $500,000, as of mid-2023.

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Personal Life, Marriage, Wife, Children

Micky has been married to Charlene Fleming since 1999. He has one child, Kasie Ward, born on 20 September 1989 – he was married before Charlene, but there is no information on this relationship.

Appearance and Body Measurements

Mickey has light brown hair and blue eyes. He stands at a height of 5ft 8ins (1.73m), while he weighs approximately 140lbs (64kgs). His vital statistics are unknown, but he/s maintained an athletic figure, as he still trains in the gym.

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Who is Jared Abrahamson (aka Trevor Holden on ‘Travelers’)?

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Who is Jared Abrahamson?

Jared Abrahamson was born on 19 November 1987, in Flin Flon, Manitoba/Saskatchewan Canada, and is an actor as well as a professional mixed martial arts (MMA) fighter, but best known from rising to fame in his role in the Canadian film “Hello Destroyer”. He was subsequently cast in the Netflix show “Travelers”, portraying Trevor Holden

The Riches of Jared Abrahamson

As of early-2020, Jared Abrahamson’s net worth is estimated to be over $500,000, earned largely through a successful career in acting. He’s also competed in several MMA professional fights, which has helped in building his wealth.

Early Life and Education

Jared grew up in the small mining town Flin Flon in northern Canada. The environment there helped him become strong and adaptable as he navigated extreme weather conditions. At a young age, he began working in the mines, and during his free time he was trained by fighters from his town, learning the techniques of mixed martial arts.

However, while going through all of this, he discovered a strong desire to pursue a career as an actor. After matriculating from high school, he enrolled at Vancouver Film School, intent on paving his way as an actor.

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VFS is a private school in Canada and is internationally renowned, known for producing numerous high-profile names in the entertainment industry, such as Neill Blomkamp, Emily Bett Rickards, Kevin Smith, and Hannah Hall. He completed his studies there, joining its distinguished alumni, then pursued further studies by enrolling in numerous acting workshops, including taking classes in other schools in Vancouver such as the Actors Foundry, which is known for holding weekly and online classes. Shortly afterwards, he began taking a few projects, with his first being in the “Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Dog Days”.

Rise to Fame

In 2014, Abrahamson was cast in a five-episode role in the television series “Awkward”, playing the character Pete. The show follows the story of a female teenager who is in a phase of questioning her identity. The show was well received and ran for a total of five seasons, though he only appeared there during the fourth season. He also had a guest role in “Fear the Walking Dead”, and his second film role was in the drama ‘The Submarine Kid”, starring Finn Wittrock.

In 2016,he got his breakthrough role in the Canadian drama called “Hello Destroyer”, playing the role of Tyson Burr, a hockey enforcer, an unofficial role in which he serves as a goon to disrupt the other team.

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However, during one of his games, he violently hits an opposing player harder than intended. The film was nominated for four Canadian Screen Awards – he gained a lot of praise for his performance – and won four Leo Awards and eight Vancouver Film Critics Circle Awards, with Jared winning in the category Best Actor in a Canadian Film.

Continued Success in Acting

Following this success, Jared was then one of the main cast members in the Netflix show “Travelers”, joining Eric McCormack, Mackenzie Porter, Patrick Gilmore, Reilly Dolman and Nesta Cooper.

It is set in a post-apocalyptic future, where special agents are assigned to fix time by sending their consciousness back where they can inhabit another body, in efforts to save themselves before their impending death. The show covers their lives as agents, the rules they must abide, and the conflicts they face while living another person’s life. In the show, Jared is depicted as the engineer of his team, and one of the oldest humans ever, but when he travels back in time, he assumes the life of an athlete in high school. The show ran for three seasons before it ended in 2019.

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While working on “Travelers”, he also continued taking film work – he had roles in the Canadian drama “Never Steady, Never Still”, and the thriller “Keep Watching” in which he worked with Bella Thorne. He also had a role in the American-Canadian co-production “Sweet Virginia”, which saw him work alongside Jon Bernthal. He also gained a bit of attention for his work in the independent film “Gregoire”, which was nominated for numerous awards. One of his latest projects is “American Animals”, which is based on the Transylvania University library heist of 2004; the film received a lot of positive reviews.

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Mixed Martial Arts

While working as an actor, Abrahamson has not forgotten his roots in Canada and his background in mixed martial arts. He began competing as a professional MMA fighter, labeling himself as a “blue-collar fighter” due to his history and heritage. He is often called Wolfblood Abrahamson, an homage to his ancestry in Canada. He has a professional record of 1-1. He has also competed in professional kickboxing, specifically Muay Thai where he holds a professional record of 2-0.

Personal Life

It is believed that Jared is single, but he hasn’t talked about his romantic life, which he prefers to keep it away from the public, being focused on developing his career further, taking in acting work when he can.

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He is a close friend of Bernie Yao whom he met during the filming of “Hello Destroyer”.

His background in mixed martial arts has helped him land roles, as he already has proper training for most fight scenes. With his budding career, he’s been compared by publications to several other popular Canadian actors, such as Ryan Reynolds and Stephen Amell. With many Canadian action stars being cast as superheroes, there is speculation that he might pursue a similar path in the future.

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