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Consequences Creed

Austin Watson (born September 4, 1986) is an American professional wrestler, better known by his former ring name Consequences Creed. He is signed to WWE, where he performs in their developmental territory NXT Wrestling as Xavier Woods. While the promotion was known as Florida Championship Wrestling, Watson won the prmotion's Tag Team Championship once with Wes Brisco. He previously worked for Total Nonstop Action Wrestling, where he was a two time World Tag Team Champion (once with Adam "Pacman" Jones and Ron "The Truth" Killings as Team Pacman and once with Jay Lethal as Lethal Consequences. Watson has also worked for NWA Anarchy and other independent promotions. His Creed persona was based on Apollo Creed from the Rocky movie series.

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The Motor City Machine Guns - Career - Total Nonstop Action Wrestling - Various Storylines (2008–2010)
... Styles, Samoa Joe, Jay Lethal, Consequences Creed, Petey Williams, Eric Young and ODB formed a faction of younger wrestlers called The TNA Front Line to ... However, they would turn heel months later attacking Lethal Consequences (Jay Lethal and Consequences Creed) after losing a tag team match to them ... to Suicide in an Ultimate X match that also involved Consequences Creed, Jay Lethal and Chris Sabin ...
Jay Lethal - Professional Wrestling Career - Total Nonstop Action Wrestling - Lethal Consequences (2008–2009)
... Styles, Samoa Joe, Consequences Creed, Petey Williams, Eric Young, O.D.B ... January 8, 2009 edition of Impact!, Lethal cashed in his briefcase, formed a team with Consequences Creed and defeated then-champions Beer Money, Inc ... On January 15, Lethal and Creed defeated Abyss and Matt Morgan to earn another shot at the Tag Team Championship ...

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