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Fast Facts About Austin Theory

Austin Theory is the hottest new star on RAW. Here's everything you need to know about the fast rising up-and-comer

The young star Austrian Theory is all the rage on Monday Night RAW. The brash youngster is currently under the learning tree of Mr. McMahon in a series of hilarious vignettes.

But what do we know about Austin Theory? Here Are some fast facts.

Born In Georiga

Theory (Real name Austin White) was born in raised in McDonough, Georgia.  As a teenager Theory competed in bodybuilding and even won a teen competition.

Trained By An Indie Legend

While in Georgia, Austin began training under indie legend AR Fox. Theory currently uses one of Fox’s signature moves, an amazing seated springboard Spanish fly.

While wrestling for Fox’s WWA4 promotion, he defeated Fox and went on to win several titles, including WWA4 World Heavyweight Championship


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Austin Theory Earned Stardom Early On

People picked up on Theory’s skills early on in his career. After only in the business, Theory was already wrestling for the WWE feeder program EVOLVE, quickly becoming the EVOLVE heavyweight champion. He also earned the Full Impact Pro, The Crash Lucha Libre, and World Wrestling Network Championships. Again, not bad for a guy who only started wrestling in 2016


What’s Next For Austin Theory?

Theory’s star quality and upside are undeniable. He has a great look, loads of charisma, and can really go in the ring. Having your first feud be against Finn Balor is a pretty good co-sign.

The fact that Vince McMahon has taken such a direct interest in his career says a lot as well. Not since Kevin Owens has Vince been so intimately involved in the on-screen development of a new star. If Owens’ success is any indication, I think Theory will be a champion sooner rather than later. It wouldn’t shock me to see Theory get a big star-making opportunity at WrestleMania next year. 

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