Shelton Benjamin

Shelton Benjamin Brief Biography

Shelton Benjamin
Shelton James Benjamin (born July 9, 1975) is an American professional wrestler currently signed to WWE on the SmackDown brand. He is known for his work in New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW) and Pro Wrestling Noah through their working relationship under the ring name Shelton X Benjamin and for American promotion Ring of Honor (ROH) under his real name. Prior to becoming a professional wrestler, he was a two-sport athlete in college. Benjamin won an NJCAA championship in both track and field and collegiate wrestling. After attending junior college, he completed his degree from the University of Minnesota.

Benjamin started his professional wrestling career in WWE's developmental territory Ohio Valley Wrestling (OVW), where he held the Southern Tag Team Championship four times with Brock Lesnar (three times) and Rodney Mack (one time). WWE then moved him to the main roster in 2002 where he formed an alliance, with Kurt Angle and Charlie Haas, known as Team Angle (and later the World's Greatest Tag Team with Haas). During his tenure with the company, he won the Intercontinental Championship three times, the United States Championship once, and the WWE Tag Team Championship twice with Haas.

Shelton Benjamin News

• WWE 'Smackdown Live' -- Samoa Joe personally attacks AJ Styles
• WWE Smackdown: AJ Styles promises victory, Asuka, Charlotte Flair team up
• WWE Smackdown: Big Cass crashes Miz TV, Charlotte Flair gets revenge
• WWE Smackdown: Daniel Bryan and AJ Styles team up, Big Cass returns

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