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NXT Showcase: Travis Tyler (Sammy Six Guns Jr.)



Topic/Subject: Today, I will be showing a promo that involves a wild man.

Wrestler: “The Wild Man” Travis Tyler (Sammy Six Guns Jr.).

Background Information: Travis Tyler is billed from Cocoa Beach, Florida. He was an All-State football player, a state champion weightlifter and is recognized as one of the NCAA’s most elite wrestlers.

He signed a contract with World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) in 2012 and was assigned to its developmental territory, NXT Wrestling.

He debuted on November 30, 2012, under the name of Travis Tyler, defeating Sawyer Fulton. On December 20, 2012, on an edition of NXT, Luke Harper and Erick Rowan defeated Trent Barreta and him in tag team action.

On January 3, 2013, he teamed with Denton Blackwell in a losing match against Mason Ryan and Percy Watson. On February 14, 2013, on an episode of NXT, he teamed with Axl Keegan in a losing effort against the team of Garrett Dylan and Jake Carter.

On April 19, 2013, Luke Harper and Eric Rowan defeated him and Troy McClain. Six days later, on April 25, 2013, The Ascension (Conor O’Brian & Rick Victor) defeated him and Troy McClain.

On May 9, 2013, he teamed with Malik Omari in a defeat from the team of Garrett Dylan and Scott Dawson. On May 16, 2013, The Ascension defeated Malik Omari and him in tag team action.

On a continuing string of losses, he and Sawyer Fulton lost to NXT Tag Team Champions Luke Harper and Erick Rowan on May 30, 2013, in a non-title match. On June 13, 2013, he teamed with Baron Corbin in a losing tag team match against Scott Dawson and Garrett Dylan.

Five months later, he returned to NXT action on November 6, 2013, teaming with Troy McClain in a losing tag match against The Ascension.

On March 13, 2014, on an edition of NXT, The Ascension defeated him and Cal Bishop. Fourteen days later, on March 29, 2014, on an edition of NXT, he and Cal Bishop defeated Baron Corbin and Slate Randall. The following month on April 24, 2014, he defeated Travis Tyler in singles action.

During the month of May, he wrestled two matches, beginning on May 16, 2014, he defeated Slate Randall before winning his second straight victory the following day on May 17, 2014, against Wesley Blake.

On June 6, 2014, he defeated Colin Cassady. He wrestled his last NXT match on July 31, 2014, losing a dark match to Solomon Crowe.

He was released from his contract on August 1, 2014.

After his release from the WWE, he continued his wrestling career on the independent circuit, primarily working throughout promotions in the western United States.

He joined NRW Pro Wrestling, working under the name of Sammy Six Guns Jr., taking on a completely new look including wearing shorter hair, shades, slimming down in weight and wearing a beard. He also works with the NRW’s training school, Mercury Pro Wrestling Academy, as a regular trainer, alongside NRW founder, president and wrestler Mercury Yaden.

On November 7, 2014, he made his New Era Wrestling debut, defeating Tony Morales.

Here’s a match between him and Martin Casaus at NWA-NRW Charged in 2015.

On April 18, 2015, on an edition of Ultra Championship Wrestling-Zero (UCW), he joined forces with the UCW Zero Heavyweight Champion Tyler Cintron in a winning tag team match against former Tag Team Champions Team Bad (Dante Acosta & Braydon Austin).

Here’s a match between him and Zack James at a UCW show in 2016.

He also formed a tag team with Danger Dean called Dangerously Handsome. They wrestled together at a show on August 9, 2015, for Primos Pro Wrestling (PPW).

On March 26, 2016, he made his Destiny Wrestling Organization (DWO) debut at DWO A Brawl At John Mall, in a DWO Heavyweight Title match against the champion Johnny K that ended in a draw.

On Facebook, it was announced in a posting that he would join Primos Pro Wrestling’s @lphaN9NE Tournament scheduled for May 1, 2016.

He still competes in the independent circuit to this day.


With his good look, good character, good charisma, and good in-ring ability, this man could have gone wild in NXT and possibly WWE if given the chance.

My Thoughts: Travis Tyler is an interesting individual. The man has a good look, a presence about him in and outside of the ring, he has a good character, good charisma, and he’s a good wrestler in the ring. Yea Yea Yea Oh!

Video: This video contains a promo presentation by Travis Tyler on November 19, 2013.

My Thoughts: This was a good promo from Travis Tyler here as he got to showcase his character and charisma here.

He talked about himself and his name if it’s truly his name as this was the Manifesto of Selfish Behavior. He then talked about selfish people and how selfish people are making people out of jobs even though he worked hard for them. He then talked about Troy McClain who is one of those selfish people that try to bring people down with his five steps, but Travis Tyler has one step for him and that is to beat him up as he welcomed Troy McClain to Jungle Troy as he shouts to end the promo presentation.

This was a good display of Travis Tyler’s character and charisma here as he talked about who he is, the opponent he’s feuding with, and why he is feuding with his opponent which hits all of the points in a promo in wrestling. He not only hit the right points in the promo, but he also did it with the character he’s playing as which made it believable. Plus, the “Wild Man” character was very interesting as well as he displayed that in the end of his promo which showed that he may be wild, but he is tough than everyone else. Good performance from Travis Tyler in this promo presentation.

Good promo presentation from Travis Tyler here as he got to show his character and charisma in an effective manner.

It’s a shame that WWE didn’t use him well as he did a lot of potential. Luckily, he’s doing well in the independent circuit and he has improved a lot since then so I wish him nothing, but the best. Yea Yea Yea Oh!

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