Shark Boy

Dean Matthew Roll (born January 28, 1975) is an American professional wrestler, better known by his ring name Shark Boy and his experience in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA).

Read more about Shark Boy:  Early Career, Miramax Lawsuit, Personal Life and Other Media, In Wrestling, Championships and Accomplishments

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HWA Cruiserweight Championship - List of Individual Reigns
... Great 555 August 27, 1997 February 27, 1999 Shark Boy 232 February 19, 2000 October 7, 2000 Aaron Williams 203 August 30, 2008 March 20, 2009 Todd Morton 179 August 25, 1999 February 19, 2000 B.J. 154 May 8, 2002 October 8, 2002 Jamie Noble 130 September 2, 2001 January 9, 2002 Shark Boy 123 November 4, 2000 March 6, 2001 Rory Fox 112 February 1, 2003 May 23, 2003 Rory Fox 105 May 25, 2003 ...
Destination X (2008) - Event - Main Event Matches
... The team of Curry Man and Shark Boy were pitted against Team 3D (Brother Devon and Brother Ray), who were accompanied by Johnny Devine, in a thirteen-minute-and-twelve-second Fish Market Street Fight ... This led to Shark Boy tossing him out of the ring and through a table ... the 3D on Devon with Curry Man, allowing Shark Boy to cover for the pinfall victory ...
HWA Cruiserweight Championship - Title History
... Location Notes Tarik The Great 1 August 22, 1997 Harveysburg, OH Tarek defeated El Piranha (Shark Boy) in the finals of a tournament to crown the first champion ... February 27, 1999 Hamilton, OH Kane defeated Tarek and Shark Boy in a 3-way match for the title ... Shark Boy 1 May 26, 1999 Fort Mitchell, KY Title Vacated July 28, 1999 Shark Boy vacates the title after signing with WCW ...
Slammiversary (2005) - Event - Preliminary Matches
... between Amazing Red, Delirious, Elix Skipper, Jerrelle Clark, Shark Boy, and Zach Gowen ... Then followed one by Skipper on Shark Boy, which was broken up by Amazing Red ... Shark Boy ended up gaining the pinfall on Delirious after using his signature maneuver the Dead Sea Drop ...

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