Tommy Epsilon
Tommy Epsilon
Tommy Epsilon in 2017
Birth name Thomas Edwards
Born May 12, 1989 (1989-05-12) (age 29)
London, England
Resides Tokyo, Japan
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s) Tommy Edwards
Tommy Epsilon
Height 5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)
Weight 195 lb (88 kg)
Billed from London, England
Trained By Hiroyoshi Otomo
super-ZERO Dojo
Wesley Wolfe
Debut 2010

Thomas "Tommy" Edwards (born May 12, 1989), is an English professional wrestler, better known by his ring name Tommy Epsilon. Epsilon is currently signed with super-ZERO and British Championship Wrestling (BCW). Epsilon is widely known for his work in super-ZERO as one half of the tag-team Rebel Alliance with Izu Takahama. The two are currently in their third reign as the super-ZERO Junior Heavyweight Tag Team champions.

Early life


Professional wrestling career

British Championship Wrestling (BCW)

On May 19, 2017, it was announced on BCW's twitter that Epsilon was signed to the company.

Epsilon made his debut on BCW Episode 2, appearing in a gauntlet match to determine Travis Bennett's replacement in the BCW Championship Tournament. He defeated Gellitro and Charlie Watts before losing to Joshua Phoenix.

In wrestling

Finishing moves

  • 450° splash
  • Corellia Clutch (Cross armbar); early career, used as a signature move thereafter
  • Envoy (Double knee facebreaker)
  • Envoy X (Diving double knee facebreaker) – 2016–present
  • Shingata Envoy (Butterfly double knee facebreaker) – 2017–present

Signature moves

  • Darth Vader Bomb (Spin-out sitout powerbomb, with theatrics)
  • Diving crossbody
  • Diving double foot stomp
  • Float-over arm drag
  • The Force (Right handed punch with theatrics)
  • Frankensteiner; sometimes inverted
  • Hyperdrive (Snap single underhook front facelock drop)
  • Jumping lariat; sometimes springboarding or off of the apron
  • Kashyk Krusher (One-handed bulldog)
  • Leg scissor monkey flip
  • Multiple kick variations
    • Basement
    • Drop
    • Enzuigiri
    • Han Solo (Running corner drop with theatrics)
    • Flash (Super) – tribute to Alex Stryder
    • Leg feed front
    • Leg trip roundhouse to opponent's chest
    • Schoolboy roll up into enzuigiri
    • Spinning heel
    • Triangle Drop (Springboard front drop to the outside to an opponent draped over the second rope)
  • Multiple suplex variations
    • Exploder; sometimes into the turnbuckles
    • German; sometimes deadlifting
    • Leg capture belly-to-back – tribute to Hiroyoshi Otomo; rare
    • Saito
    • Table top
    • Tiger
    • Triple rolling double underhooks
    • Wrist-clutch
  • Plancha
  • Reverse Envoy (Double knee backbreaker)
  • Standing moonsault
  • Sunset flip
  • Topé con Hilo (Suicide somersault senton)
  • Wesley Wolfe Special (Double underhook floated over into a cross armbar) – adopted from Wesley Wolfe

With Izu Takahama

  • Rebel Special (Rolling fireman's carry slam by Takahama followed by a 450° splash by Epsilon followed by a moonsault by Takahama)
  • Stellar Envoy (Flapjack (Takahama) / Double knee facebreaker (Epsilon) combination)


  • "British Young Gun"
  • "High-Flying Hooligan"
  • "Rebel Heart"
  • "The Smuggler"
  • "Top Technician"

Entrances themes

Championships and accomplishments

  • super-ZERO
    • super-ZERO Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Championship (3 times; current) – with Izu Takahama
    • super-ZERO World Tag League (2014, 2016) – with Izu Takahama