Scott Colton

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      • 1980-05-06 in Chicago, Illinois, U.S.

      is an American professional wrestler better known by his ring name Colt Cabana. Colton is most notably known from his time in Ring of Honor. Colton also wrestled as Scotty Goldman in World Wrestling Entertainment and as old school masked wrestler Matt Classic in MTV's Wrestling Society X. He began his professional wrestling career in ROH, where he was placed in a rivalry with CM Punk before uniting with Punk and Ace Steel to form the Second City Saints alliance. He later formed a tag team with Punk to win the World Tag Team Championship twice. He also had rivalries with Homicide and then-World Champion Bryan Danielson. He has also toured in countries outside of the United States, and he was a part of the short lived Wrestling Society X on MTV in late 2006, where he portrayed his "old school" wrestling persona, the masked "Matt Classic". In 2007, he left ROH to wrestle in Ohio Valley Wrestling, a developmental territory of World Wrestling Entertainment, where he won the Television Championship once and the Southern Tag Team Championship once with Charles Evans and once with Shawn Spears. He made several appearances, as Scotty Goldman, with WWE on its SmackDown brand before being released from his contract in February 2009. Colton is a former one-time JCW World Heavyweight Champion, a one-time RCW World Heavyweight Champion, a one-time NCW World Heavyweight Champion and two-time NWA World Heavyweight Champion making Colton an overall five-time world heavyweight champion. Professional wrestling career International Wrestling Cartel (2001-Present) Cabana had his debut match at IWC on September 21, 2001, defeating CM Punk in a singles match. On November 11 Punk and Cabana had a best of three series match in one day, whit Punk winning after defeating Cabana at the first and the third match. On March 3, 2002, Cabana was eliminated by Christopher Daniels in the first round of the first IWC Super Indy Tournament and on April 13 Cabana unsuccessfully challenged the winner of the latter tournament, Super Hentai, for the IWC Super Indy Championship. On July 20 Cabana participated in a three-round tournament to determine the IWC Heavyweight Championship which was vacated; Cabana defeated Little Guido Maritato on the first round, Dennis Gregory on the second and Shirley Doe on the finals to win the title. Cabana defended the championship 5 times before losing it to Dennis Gregory on December 6. On May 10, 2003 Cabana won the Super Indy II Tournament after defeating Sterling James Keenan in the first round, Super Hentai on the semifinal and Matt Striker in the finals to win the tournament and the IWC Super Indy Championship, title that he defended 3 times before losing it to AJ Styles on March 20, 2004. Since then Cabana has also participated in the Super Indy VIII (2009), Super Indy X (2011) and Super Indy 16 (2017) tournaments but he is yet to win the tournament for the second time.

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