Dru Onyx

Son Of Abdullah
Rodney Kellman (born September 24, 1974), better known by his ring names Dru Onyx and Soa Amin, is a Canadian professional wrestler.wikipedia
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International Wrestling Syndicate

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He then joined Internet Wrestling Syndicate (IWS) where he feuded with the Green Phantom over the IWS version of the World Heavyweight Championship for almost half a year.
On June 3, 2006 at Un F’N Sanctioned, Sabu worked his (then) last independent match teaming with PCO defeating The Green Phantom and Dru Onyx, 48 hours prior to debuting on WWE Raw.

Finn Bálor

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Onyx first worked with the National Wrestling Alliance (NWA) was going on a one-week tour in 2004 for Andre Baker's NWA UK Hammerlock where he wrestled in tag team matches siding with Dany Williams in a series of matches against Fergal Devitt and Paul Tracey. On his second tour with NWA UK Hammerlock, after making three mandatory defenses in England, he lost the NWA British Commonwealth title to Fergal Devitt (Pegasus 2) on October 27 in Cardiff Wales in a hardcore match.
On 8 October 2005, in Nashville Tennessee, at the NWA 57th Anniversary Show, Devitt defeated Dru Onyx for his second British Commonwealth title.

NWA North American Heavyweight Championship

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In Almonte Springs, Florida, Onyx defeated Thomas Marr and Chasyn Rance in a three-way to win the NWA North American Heavyweight Championship.

NWA British Commonwealth Heavyweight Championship

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On October 15, 2004 Onyx won the NWA British Commonwealth Heavyweight Championship defeating Australia's Will Phoenix in Winnipeg.

NWA United Kingdom Heavyweight Championship

Two days later, Onyx beat Paul Tracey for the NWA United Kingdom Heavyweight Championship in Maidstone Kent.

Sylvain Grenier

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March 5, 2010, Onyx made his T.O.W. debut at the T.O.W. 5 in the main event, a 3-Way casket match in March 2010 for Montreal promotion TOW against Darkko and Sylvain Grenier; the match was won by Grenier.
Later that night, in his usual persona, Grenier recaptured the CRW Quebec Championship by defeating Darkko and Dru Onyx in a casket match at a TOW show, before losing it to Darkko two days later.

Adam Pearce

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In 2010, Onyx wrestled mostly for NSPW, starting the year by losing the NWA British Commonwealth Heavyweight title to Adam Pearce on January 23 a title he had defended against Kevin Steen.
Pearce defeated Dru Onyx on January 23, 2010, in Quebec City, Quebec, for the NWA British Commonwealth Heavyweight Championship.

Ring name

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Rodney Kellman (born September 24, 1974), better known by his ring names Dru Onyx and Soa Amin, is a Canadian professional wrestler.

Canadians

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Rodney Kellman (born September 24, 1974), better known by his ring names Dru Onyx and Soa Amin, is a Canadian professional wrestler.

Professional wrestling

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Rodney Kellman (born September 24, 1974), better known by his ring names Dru Onyx and Soa Amin, is a Canadian professional wrestler.

National Wrestling Alliance

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Onyx first worked with the National Wrestling Alliance (NWA) was going on a one-week tour in 2004 for Andre Baker's NWA UK Hammerlock where he wrestled in tag team matches siding with Dany Williams in a series of matches against Fergal Devitt and Paul Tracey. He has wrestled the majority of his career in Canada for the National Wrestling Alliance, and Northern Championship Wrestling.

Northern Championship Wrestling

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He has wrestled the majority of his career in Canada for the National Wrestling Alliance, and Northern Championship Wrestling.

Baseball

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Six years later, they relocated to Chomedey Laval where, as a teen, he played both baseball and football.

Canadian football

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Six years later, they relocated to Chomedey Laval where, as a teen, he played both baseball and football.

University of Ottawa

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Kellman played football for the John Abbott Islanders and the University of Ottawa Gee Gees.

Paul LeDuc (wrestler)

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In 2002, he came back to the Montreal wrestling scene for Paul Leduc’s Federation Lutte Québécoise.

Ladder match

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Upon winning the title on March 15, 2003 in his hometown of Laval Quebec, he defended the title five months before losing the title to Arsenal in a ladder match.

Pierre Carl Ouellet

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Onyx returned to the IWS on June 3, 2005 to team up with his nemesis Green Phantom to battle Pierre Carl Ouellet and Sabu in what was Sabu’s last indie appearance before going to World Wrestling Entertainment.

Sabu (wrestler)

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Onyx returned to the IWS on June 3, 2005 to team up with his nemesis Green Phantom to battle Pierre Carl Ouellet and Sabu in what was Sabu’s last indie appearance before going to World Wrestling Entertainment.

Abdullah the Butcher

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In the United Kingdom, Onyx used his "Son of Abdullah" alter-ego, which is influenced by Abdullah the Butcher.

Hardcore wrestling

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On his second tour with NWA UK Hammerlock, after making three mandatory defenses in England, he lost the NWA British Commonwealth title to Fergal Devitt (Pegasus 2) on October 27 in Cardiff Wales in a hardcore match.

Florida

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In Almonte Springs, Florida, Onyx defeated Thomas Marr and Chasyn Rance in a three-way to win the NWA North American Heavyweight Championship.

Impact Wrestling

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Subsequently, he defended the North American title in both Canada and the United States, including on July 7, 2006 at a Total Nonstop Action Wrestling house show.

Las Vegas

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After an over one-year reign as North American Heavyweight Champion, he lost the title to Damien Waynes on August 24, 2007 in Las Vegas, Nevada.