Tyson Dux

'Textbook' Tyson Dux is considered by many to be one of the top independant wresters today. <br />Rated number 98 in the PWI 500 in 2009, Dux has appeared in WWE, TNA and ROH. <br /><br />Dux trained under Scott D'Amore, Joe E. Legend and Terry Taylor at the Can-Am Wrestling School and made his pro debut in 1997. <br /><br />Dux honed his craft for many years and in between 2002 and 2004, Dux made several appearances with World Wrestling Entertainment on Heat and Velocity (appearing in an angle on a 2003 episode of SmackDown! as a security guard who was attacked by The Undertaker, and in 2005, wrestling in dark matches at Raw and SmackDown! tapings). <br /><br />Dux was asked to participate in the East Coast Wrestling Association's 2004 Super 8 Tournament, a tournament highlighting prominent cruiserweights on the independent circuit. However, he was forced to pull out of the tournament on March 31, 2004 after tearing his anterior cruciate ligament while wrestling Mark Jindrak on an episode of Velocity. Dux went on to take part in the 2005 Super 8 Tournament on April 9, 2005, losing to J.J. Perez in the first round. <br /><br />Dux wrestles for numerous Canadian independent promotions, most prominently Blood sweat and ears and Border City Wrestling. He joined the American Total Nonstop Action Wrestling promotion in April 2006 as a member of Team Canada in the 2006 World X Cup. <br /><br />On June 12, 2008, Dux returned to TNA and was confirmed as a member of Team International for the TNA 2008 World X Cup Tournament. He recently debuted with Pro-Wrestling Zero-One in Japan in late 2008. <br /><br />He is now wrestling in Border City Wrestling (BCW), Blood, Sweat & Ears, Living Legends Wrestling (LLW), Prime Time Wrestling (PWT) and New Vision Pro Wrestling (NVP). Dux is the current NVP Pride Champion and BCW Heavyweight Champion. <br /><br />Dux has also appeared in other mediums such as the "Who is a better pro wrestler" episode of Kenny vs Spenny as Spennys' partner.