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Shane Haste

Name: Shane Haste
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 225 lbs
Trained by: Davis Storm, FN Carnage
Debut: February 22, 2003
Finishers: Lariat, GTFO
Also known as: William Kelly

Haste was trained by Davis Storm and FN Carnage in Perth. Made his debut in 2003 for Explosive Pro Wrestling. Lost to Havok in 2005's EPW Invitational Tournament. Won the tournament in 2007 and later that year beat Jimmy Payne for the EPW title. Wrestled for PWAQ in 2007, beating Dave Ross. Toured the USA west coast in 2009 wrestling for SoCal Pro Wrestling, Pro Wrestling Guerrilla and MWF Lucha Libre among others. Toured Pro Wrestling NOAH in Japan in 2011 with Mikey Nicholls. Had matches with Nicholls, Ricky Marvin, Trevor Murdoch, KENTA, Akitoshi Saito, Go Shiozaki, Yoshinobu Kanemuru, Naomichi Marafuji and others. Lost in the finals of Australian Wrestling Alliance's tournament to crown their first champion to Esteban Molina and Ashley John Istria.

In 2012 Haste and Nicholls won a four-way tag match in Ring Of Honor's Proving Ground to face the Briscoe Brothers at the Showdown in the Sun internet Pay-Per-View. Haste also appeared on TNA's Impact Wrestling as Bobby Roode's legal advisor under the name William Kelly. Haste and Nicholls also spent some time in Ohio Valley Wrestling.

Major titles: EPW Championship, EPW Tag Team Championship (2 - w/ Alex Kingston, w/ Mikey Nicholls)

Credit: Chris Dalgleish, Westside Pro Wrestling,, PWI magazine, Westside Pro Wrestling 2010 Almanac
Photo credit: Pro Wrestling NOAH