Jerry Lynn

  • Born: 06/12/1963 in Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • Birthname: Jeremy Lynn
  • Height & Weight: 5'11", 220 Ib
Titles Won:
  • ECW World Heavyweight Championship
  • ROH World Championship
  • NWA World Tag Team Championship (2 times) – with A.J. Styles (1) and Amazing Red (1)
  • TNA X Division Championship (2 times)
  • WWF Light Heavyweight Championship

He has worked for promotions such as World Championship Wrestling (WCW), Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW), the World Wrestling Federation (WWF), Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA), and Ring of Honor (ROH). Lynn is a two time world heavyweight champion, having held the ECW World Heavyweight Championship once and the ROH World Championship once.

Other championships held by Lynn in his career include the WWF Light Heavyweight Championship (once), the TNA X Division Championship (twice), the NWA World Tag Team Championship (twice) and the WWA International Cruiserweight Championship (once). Lynn retired as an active wrestler on March 23, 2013, exactly 25 years after his career began. Today, he works as a producer for ROH.

Notable Feuds

vs. Sean Waltman

vs. Rob Van Dam

vs. Justin Credible

vs. Lance Storm

vs. AJ Styles

Other Notable Achievements

AAW Heavyweight Championship

ACW Heavyweight Championship

ACW Tag Team Championship – with Scot Summers

Super 8 Tournament (2007)

GCW Heavyweight Championship

GWF Light Heavyweight Championship

IWA East Coast Heavyweight Championship

IWA Mid-South Heavyweight Championship

IWC Super Indy Championship

Super Indy Tournament (2008)

MPX Championship

NEPW Triple Crown Championship

NYWC Heavyweight Championship

NYWC Hi-Fi Championship

NYWC Interstate Championship

PWA Heavyweight Championship

PWA Light Heavyweight Championship (3 times)

PWA Tag Team Championship – with The Lightning Kid

SAW International Heavyweight Championship

SDW Television Championship

SPW Tag Team Championship – with Brady Boone

USWO Heavyweight Championship

USWO Television Championship

WWA International Cruiserweight Championship