1. Quinn Ojinnaka Quinn Ojinnaka, professionally known by his ring name Moose, is a 37-year-old American retired footballer and professional wrestler currently signed to impact wrestling. He started his early career as a footballer, playing college football at Syracuse and was drafted by the Atlanta Falcons in the fifth round of the 2006 NFL Draft.
Nigerian wrestler on the Impact Wrestling roster, Quinn Ojinnaka was able to conquer his challenger as he successfully defended his prestigious belt. Self-proclaimed TNA World Heavyweight Champion Moose was pitched against a WWE legend for his title at the latest Impact Wrestling Pay-Per-View tagged Slammiversary. The match was given a specific stipulation which is so befitting for a highly reputable World Wrestling Entertainment former ECW Champion Tommy Dreamer. Old School Rules means anything goes as they
Nigeria is one amongst the countries that enjoys watching wrestling. In fact, just as we have football lovers, we also have wrestling lovers. Most Nigerian wrestling lovers are very familiar with the names of both active and retired wrestlers. To some point, questions were been asked whether Nigerians really represent in the wrestling games. Just like South Africa has Justin Gabriel and Ghana has Koffi kingston, who does Nigeria have? Now, it will interest you to know that Nigeria has up to five proud wrestlers
Wrestler of Nigerian descent Moose is pushing for a dream achievement in Impact Wrestling as the current TNA World Heavyweight Champion.
Checkout 3 Wrestlers You Had No Idea That They Are Nigerians By Birth In today's article I will be talking about 3 wrestlers, that you don't know or you had no idea that they are Nigerians citizens by birth. Checkout those wrestlers below. 1. Dabba-KatoBabatunde Lukasz Aiyegbusi is a Nigerian-Polish Professional wrestler and former football player, he was born on the 26 of may 1988. Babatunde Lukasz Aiyegbusi is known by his ring name as Dabba-Kato. See some of his pictures below. 2. Moose Quinn Ojinnaka is
You are probably a huge fan of wrestling and you've seen Nancy matches either in WWE or Impact. But you may not realize that some of the superstars there are actually Nigerians, because some of them adopt ring names that adopt do not sound Nigerian at all. Well, in this article, you will find out that there are five Nigerian wrestlers who are signed to WWE or Impact wrestling. Some of them may not have established careers in professional wrestling just yet, but you definitely need to watch out for them. There
Wrestler of Nigerian descent Quinn Ojinnaka is using popular social media platform Twitter to push for a heavyweight wrestling match. Former TNA World Heavyweight championship holder, Moose has embarked on a decent professional wrestling career till date and has understudied several top wrestlers including Samoa Joe. The 36-year-old who is currently signed to the Impact Wrestling Promotion has given his friend and brother Samoa Joe an option in professional wrestling in a difficult time. Samoa Joe alongside
There is no where in the world you won't find Nigerians. Nigerian are trying their best to make hands meet, by engaging themselves in whatever profession they are good or can partake in which cross across sports ,movie industry, music, boxing and so on, and they are performing excellently well. WWE is known for professional wrestling, and it is an American integrated media and entertainment, which is widely watched all around the world. I will be talking about, five Nigerian who are part of the world of professional
Nigerian wrestler Quinn Ojinnaka continues to hold his own with one of the best sporting entertainment wrestling companies as a regular performer. Last week, former World Wrestling Entertainment worker, Heath Slater appeared on Impact Wrestling to say some few words to the current TNA World Heavyweight Champion Moose. The former WWE tag team champion is looking for a place to work as a free agent but was eager to show what he can offer against on of the best wrestlers in Impact Wrestling. A match was schedule
Nigerian wrestler on the Impact Wrestling roster Moose was beaten to his mind game following ahead of his big fight against World Wrestling Entertainment Icon Tommy Dreamer. After failing to comply by the spirit of sportsmanship in his last title defense when he defeated Crazzy Steve for his self-glorified TNA Heavyweight Championship. Quinn Ojinnaka didn't stop his brutality against the helpless Crazzy Steve who is legally blind while ECW original Tommy Dreamer came out of the backstage to salvage the situation
Nigerian Wrestler Quinn Ojinnaka returned to the tick of actions on IMPACT Wrestling in the biggest pay-per-view of the year against the superstar who just left the World Wrestling Entertainment. Quinn Ojinnaka popularly referred to as Moose defended his TNA World Heavyweight title against EC3 on IMPACT Wrestling "Bound For Glory" with his belt on the line. In what could be compared to the WrestleMania Boneyard match between AJ Styles and the Undertaker that was dramatic and cinematic for the world to see. Few
We all know that Nigeria has a large number of population, and this is why you can find Nigerians in almost every part of the world. There are many Nigerians who have a mixed family and are not born in the country but are of Nigerian descent. As a Wrestling fan, you may not know that most of the wrestlers you see on screen are from the country. This is why I will be sharing 2 WWE wrestlers who are Nigerians. 1. Moose According to Wikipedia, Moose is an American professional wrestler and was born on the 23rd
We all notion Kofi kingston is the best African American (Black) seasoned wrestler. But in this text we can check other African american wrestlers and their achievements. 1. Apollo Crews Sesugh Uhaa is an African American expert wrestler currently signed to WWE, in which he performs at the Raw logo (Popularly called Monday night raw) underneath the hoop name Apollo Crew. Currently he's the present day United States Champion in his first reign. He is from Benue State, Nigeria. 2. Moose Quinn Ojinnaka popularly
Current Impact Wrestling TNA Heavyweight Champion, Moose has put the globe on noticed over his missing belt courtesy of another competitor. Quinn Ojinnaka popularly known as Moose on the Impact Wrestling brand is not happy over the disappearance of his gold for some weeks now. Moose was attacked from the blank side by former WWE wrestler EC3 and he went away with the TNA World Heavyweight belt which has left the wrestler of Nigerian descent without his most valuable property. "Have any of you guys seen my title?
No place like home is a popular saying which is directly for those that has migrated to another place or country all for a better future. Traveling outside your home country can be sometimes depressing especially when you don’t know the type of diet you will be compelled to eat in a foreign land. With limited resources, individuals are becoming more conscious of not neglecting their own original food in comparison to some particular the kind of the foreign foods they are compelled to adopt. Most African dishes
We all notion Kofi kingston is that the best African yankee (Black) seasoned combatant. however during this text we will check different African yankee wrestlers and their achievements. 1. Phoebus Apollo Crews Sesugh Uhaa is associate African yankee professional combatant presently signed to WWE, within which he performs at the Raw emblem (Popularly known as weekday night raw) beneath the ring name Phoebus Apollo Crew. presently he is this day u. s. Champion in his 1st reign. he's from Benue State, Nigeria.
Moose Quinn Ojinnaka popular known under the ring name Moose is an American professional wrestler and former American football player. He is signed to Impact Wrestling. Moose is a former two-time Impact Grand Champion. He is a biological son of a Nigerian father and an American mother. Apollo Crews Sesugh Uhaa is an American professional wrestler who performs on the SmackDown brand under the ring name Apollo Crews. Apollo Crews is a good fighter who is signed to WWE. He was born in California to a Nigerian father.
Taking a look at WWE wrestlers that have Nigerian root, over the years WWE superstars like Booker T, Mac Henry and some others have thrilled and given pure entertainment. But guess what, these guys have African roots. Let's take a look at those WWE Superstars who are Nigerian borns. 1. Moose: Quinn Ojinnaka by name, he was born on April 23, 1984 to Nigerian parents, Moose is an American professional wrestler and was also a former American football player. He is signed to Impact Wrestling and he's been the
There is no where in the world you won't find a citizen of Nigeria. They are naturally bless by God and have the ability to adapt in all weather conditions. They are being regarded as one of the best in their fields, be it medicals or sport. Today we will be looking at Five notable Nigerians who are doing well in the World Wrestling Entertainment. Moose: Quinn Ojinnaka is an American professional wrestler and former American football player, known professionally as Moose. He is currently signed to Impact Wrestling,