Jacob Phoenix

OSW Superstar

Wrestler Overview

Jacob Phoenix

The Nightwatch

Milwaukee, WI



Wrestling Style
Brawler / Hardcore


0 - 0 - 0

VHS Champion
Tag Team Champion

Founding member of The Family

Special Moves

Corner Clothesline
An attack used by a wrestler where instead of knocking down a standing opponent, aims to squash him/her against the turnbuckle.

Double Knee
An attack where a charging wrestler jumps striking both knees simultaneously into the head, chest or back of the opponent.

Diving DDT
The wrestler stands in an elevated position (usually the top rope) and faces the standing or bent-over opponent. As they dive, the wrestler wraps their near arm around the opponent's head in a front facelock and swings themselves backwards in midair, landing back-first and simultaneously forcing the opponent's head into the mat.

With this variant, the wrestler first, facing away from the ring and situated on the top turnbuckle, performs a 180° turn in mid-air and then performs front flip (see Phoenix Splash) before executing a hurricanrana into a pin.

This version of the diving double knee drop sees the attacker performing the maneuver on the top turnbuckle or other elevated platform jumping forward onto a standing or seated upright opponent with both of each knee striking both of each their shoulders simultaneously. Springboard, slingshot, and standing/running versions of this move are also possible with the latter being used while the attacker is charging towards an opponent, against a charging opponent, or a combination of the two.

Diving Spear
This is a diving shoulder block takedown, also known as a spear. A move in which a wrestler will jump from a raised platform such the top turnbuckle, and drive their shoulder into the opponent's torso, forcing them down to the mat.

Cross armbreaker
The wrestler sits on either side of an opponent who is lying either prone or supine on the mat, with the wrestler's legs scissoring one of the opponent's arms.

Common Moves





Boston crab



Phoenix Forearm

Diving forearm from the top rope