Alex Hawkins (born May 21, 1991) is a former season 2 Fortune Competitor.
Alex Hawkins is the oldest of three with former WRP talent Trevor (born in 1995), and the youngest of three being Kristy (born in 1997). His father was in the US Army and his mom is a Japanese chef.
At the age of 5, Alex would start school at home due to the travels at his fathers expense. He never had real friends and never really knew kids at his age. All he did was watch wrestling and help raised his family when needed. After his father had to retired due to injuries, he would work at The Wild Cirque circus at the age of 15 and traveled the world gaining fans and support from the audience and enjoyed the smiles he received from the people in the crowd.
Becoming A Wrestler
After two years of working for the circus, Alex moved back to Japan in 2008 after his apartment burned down. He needed something to do and there wasn't any circus job offerings, so he would take up becoming a wrestler. From there, he went to the K-Dojo and begged to be trained by the likes of Yoshiro Tajiri, Taka Michinoku, and even Sho Funaki. They gladly accepted. Training four-five hours four days a week, Alex quickly learned what it took to become a wrestler and even managed to pick up a few moves and styles in tribute to his mentors. After two months of training, Funaki put his training to the test and Alex would have his first match ever against him. Even though he managed to win, he wasn't full ready, but that just meant he would have to train even harder and he did. After four years of training, In 2015, Alex received an offer to join a new startup wrestling company known as WRP (wrestling evolution project). He gladly accept the invitation to help and be apart of it. While in WRP, he adopted the name of Tiki Wild and held a ground breaking streak of 8-0 defeating names including Cody Bennett, Corazon De Leon, and even Kid Savior before losing to the him in a rematch later on. He even challenged the boss himself, Aaron bomber, in an unsuccessful attempt and lost via submission.
As a representive of Season Two of Fortune, not only did Tiki wild went againat Aaron silvers in a unsuccessful bout, but he also was apart of the main show contributing to Camila Diorr's entrance at Redemption.
Wrestling Info. (Extended)
- Call to the Wild (Go To Sleep)
- One Way Ticket (Running Knee Strike)
- Arm Drag
- 450 Splash - 2014
- Frog Splash
- Sit-Out Facebuster
- Sunset Flip Powerbomb
- Wild Card (Straight Jacket Neckbreaker)
- Multiple Kick Variations