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Matt Riddle Biography

Matt Riddle who was born as Matthew Fredrick Riddle is an American professional wrestler and mixed martial artist currently in WWE but in NXT.

He was born on January 14th, 1986 in Allentown, Pennsylvania, USA. Matthew Fredrick Riddle was conceived in Allentown, Pennsylvania yet later moved to Saratoga Springs, New York, where he went to Saratoga Springs High School and was a state wrestling champion in 2004.

During his secondary school vocation, Riddle stuck future UFC champion, Jon Jones. Matt later went to East Stroudsburg University, where he was an individual from the wrestling crew for a long time and won numerous titles. After his lead trainer was terminated, Riddle lost his wrestling grant and began his change into MMA.

Matt Riddle Age

He was born on January 14th, 1986 in Allentown, Pennsylvania, USA.

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Matt Riddle Wife

The American Professional Wrestler and Mixed Martial Artist, Matt Riddle is hitched to athlete Lisa Riddle. The couples are euphorically carrying on with their life alongside their three kids – twin little girls, Amy and Allison and a child, Zachary.

Matt Riddle UFC

At The Ultimate Fighter 7 Finale hung on June 21, 2008, Riddle made his UFC and expert introduction crushing individual Ultimate Fighter castmate, Dante Rivera, by means of consistent choice (29–28, 30–27, 30–27).

Over the span of The Ultimate Fighter 7, Riddle was demonstrated on various occasions contending with the more seasoned and progressively experienced Rivera. Dante, over and over, expressed that he would resign if Riddle crushed him.

Matt was then booked to battle Ryan Thomas at UFC 91, yet knee damage had constrained Riddle out of the battle. Recuperation for the knee damage was booked to take 6 two months.

Subsequent to recouping, Riddle battled and vanquished Steve Bruno by means of consistent choice (29-28, 29-28, 29-28) at UFC Fight Night: Lauzon versus Stephens. In his third UFC session, Riddle vanquished another of his previous Ultimate Fighter 7 castmates, Dan Cramer by means of consistent choice on the undercard of UFC 101.

He next confronted The Ultimate Fighter 9 former student Nick Osipczak on November 14, 2009, at UFC 105. The battle was held in Osipczak’s nation of origin in England. Matt lost the battle by TKO in the third round.

After his misfortune to Osipczack, Riddle confronted UFC newcomer Greg Soto on March 27, 2010, at UFC 111. After a prevailing initial two adjusts for Riddle, Soto handled an unlawful upkick to Riddle’s head in the third round which rendered him incapable to keep, giving Riddle the triumph by preclusion.

Matt confronted DaMarques Johnson on August 1, 2010, at UFC on Versus 2. The battle was a catchweight session after Johnson tipped the scales at 172 lbs and Riddle would proceed to win the battle through TKO because of punches close to the finish of cycle 2.

Matt was required to confront TJ Waldburger on December 11, 2010, at UFC 124. In any case, Waldburger was constrained from the card with damage and supplanted by special newcomer Sean Pierson.

Pierson vanquished Riddle through consistent choice (30-27, 30-27, 30-27) and the session was named by UFC president Dana White as the genuine Fight of the Night. Matt was relied upon to confront Ultimate Fighter castmate, Matt Brown, on March 3, 2011, at UFC Live: Sanchez versus Kampmann, supplanting a harmed Mark Scanlon.

In any case, Riddle was additionally harmed, bringing about the Brown battle being rejected from the card by and large. Matt was relied upon to confront TJ Grant on June 26, 2011, at UFC on Versus 4.

Notwithstanding, Riddle was constrained from the session with damage and supplanted by Charlie Brenneman. Matt confronted undefeated welterweight prospect Lance Benoist who was making his Octagon debut on September 17, 2011, at UFC Fight Night: Shields versus Ellenberger.

He lost the battle by means of consistent choice in a session that earned Fight of the Night praises. Matt was relied upon to battle Luis Ramos on December 30, 2011, at UFC 141. Anyway, the battle was canceled as Riddle turned out to be sick and needed to haul out only minutes before the battle occurred.

Matt was required to confront Jorge Lopez on February 4, 2012, at UFC 143, supplanting a harmed Amir Sadollah. Be that as it may, Lopez was likewise constrained out of the session and supplanted by limited time newcomer Henry Martinez.

Matt won the battle through split choice. The session among Riddle and Ramos was rescheduled for June 22, 2012, at UFC on FX 4. In any case, Riddle was constrained from the session with other damage and supplanted by Matt Brown.

Matt stepped in for Siyar Bahadurzada without prior warning battle Chris Clements at UFC 149. Matt won the battle in the wake of getting Clements in a standing arm-triangle stifle, driving him to submit at 2:02 in the third round.

Matt won a $65,000 Submission of the Night reward; this likewise denoted the principal accommodation win of his expert vocation. On October 20, 2012, it was reported that Riddle had bombed his post-battle medication test, testing positive for weed.

Matt was along these lines fined and suspended for 90 days, retroactive to July 21, 2012. His success over Clements was changed to a No Contest. Matt was initially expected to confront Besam Yousef on November 17, 2012, at UFC 154, supplanting a harmed Stephen Thompson.

Be that as it may, Yousef was constrained out with damage and supplanted by John Maguire. Matt crushed Maguire by means of consistent choice. Matt confronted Che Mills on February 16, 2013, at UFC on Fuel TV: Barão versus McDonald.

Matt crushed Mills by means of split choice. On February 26, 2013, Riddle uncovered that he had tried positive for pot. This was his second bombed medication test inside a year, and Riddle was accordingly discharged from the advancement.

He completed his UFC vocation positioned third in UFC history for takedown resistance (89.3%) and eighth for all-out strikes landed (1350), and without positive cannabis, tests would have held an octagon record of 10-3 with a dash of five back to back triumphs.

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On July 31, 2018, it was accounted for by Uproxx that Riddle had marked an agreement with WWE. On August 18, Riddle showed up at NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn IV and was distinguished by the occasion’s pundits as WWE’s most up to date marking.

Matt’s NXT introduction was on the October 31 release when he effectively crushed Luke Menzies. On November 17, 2018, on the pre-show of NXT TakeOver: WarGames II, Kassius Ohno interfered with a Riddle meet.

At the point when the show began, Riddle tested Ohno to a match and vanquished him in 6 seconds, winning the quickest match in NXT history. Enigma and Ohno had a rematch at NXT TakeOver: Phoenix, where Riddle made Ohno submit with a progression of elbow strikes to the head. In 2019, WWE Network discharged a narrative on his wrestling profession and section into NXT entitled Arrival: Matt Riddle.

All through March, Riddle would begin a quarrel with the NXT North American Champion, Velveteen Dream. On April 5, at NXT TakeOver: New York, Riddle tested Velveteen Dream for the NXT North American Championship, however, it was ineffective, finishing his undefeated streak in NXT. In July, Riddle began a quarrel with the returning Killian Dain.

On the August 7 scene of NXT, Riddle should confront Dain, yet it never occurred as they fought the match occurred. The two fought at NXT TakeOver: Toronto and in the long run confronted each other on the August 21 scene of NXT, where Dain was triumphant, yet Riddle assaulted Dain after the match.

Matt Riddle MMA

Matt is 1-0 in novice MMA. During his beginner vocation, he filled in as a roofer and prepared in Brazilian jiu-jitsu in the nights. Matt credits BJ Penn’s book, Mixed Martial Arts: The Book of Knowledge, in helping him pick up during his initial a very long time in MMA.

Matt battled Dan Simmler, an understudy of Matt Serra, to get into The Ultimate Fighter (TUF) house. Matt took out Simmler in the opening seconds of the second round and struck him multiple times in the jaw after he had lost cognizance, breaking Simmler’s jaw in two spots.

It was known as the greatest knockout in TUF history by Dana White and the take out of the century by Quinton “Frenzy” Jackson. Matt was picked second by and large for Team Rampage. During his association on appearing, Riddle was given the moniker Chipper after Rampage saw him continually grinning.

Matt’s subsequent battle was against Tim Credeur. Credeur vanquished Riddle by means of armbar in the second round, taking Riddle out of the competition. After the battle, Credeur purchased Riddle an Xbox 360 with his income.

Not long after being discharged from the Ultimate Fighting Championships (UFC), Riddle marked a multi-battle manage Texas-based advancement, Legacy Fighting Championships. Be that as it may, on May 18, 2013, it was declared that Riddle rather joined the Bellator MMA list after his Legacy agreement had been obtained by the advancement.

Matt was relied upon to contend in the Bellator’s welterweight competition during their ninth season which starts in the Fall of 2013. Anyway, Riddle broke his rib and needed to haul out of the competition, and in this manner resigned from MMA battling because of money related reasons.

Half a month later Riddle left retirement and was relied upon to battle at Bellator 109. By and by Riddle hauled out of that battle and has been discharged from Bellator altogether.

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