Jeff Cobb’s real name is Jeffrey Cobb, he is an American Professional Wrestler. Jeff Cobb is currently signed with All Elite Wrestling. He is well for his work in NJPW, ROH, and some other wrestling promotions. Jeff is a former PWG world champion and winner of PWG’s 2018 Battle of Los Angeles. Apart from this, he is a former olympian.
- Height: 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
- Weight: 263 lb (119 kg)
- Age: July 11, 1982 (age 37)
- Chest -Waist – Biceps: N/A
Professional wrestling career:
Jeff Cobb started his wrestling career in 4 June 2009. He wrestled in Action Zone Wrestling in Hawaii. He won the AZW Heavyweight Title. After this, he signed with Lucha Underground in 2015. Cobb was there under a mask, by the ring name “The Monster”. Then in 2016, he signed Pro Wrestling Guerrilla. After this, he signed with Progress Wrestling in 2017. At end of 2017, he signed New Japan Pro Wrestling, and in 2018 he was with ROH. Now in 2020, Jeff Cobb is signed with All Elite Wrestling. On the 12 February 2020 episode of AEW Dynamite, Cobb made his debut attacking Jon Moxley alongside The Inner Circle after his match. Cobb makes his in-ring debut against Jon Moxley on February 19, 2020, on AEW Dynamite.
- AAW Professional Wrestling: AAW Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with David Starr and Eddie Kingston.
- Action Zone Wrestling: AZW Heavyweight Championship (3 times)
- All-Pro Wrestling: APW Universal Heavyweight Championship (1 time) and Young Lions Cup
- Big Time Wrestling: BTW Tag Team Championships (1 time) – with Kimo
- Cape Championship Wrestling: CCW Tag Team Championship (1 time, current) – with Blaster
- Lucha Underground: Lucha Underground Championship (1 time)
- New Japan Pro-Wrestling: NEVER Openweight Championship (1 time)
- Premier Wrestling: Premier Heavyweight Championship (2 timed)
- Pro Wrestling Guerrilla: PWG World Championship (1 time), PWG World Tag Team Championship (1 time) – with Matthew Riddle, Battle of Los Angeles (2018)
- Ring of Honor: Move of the Year (2018) for Tour of the Islands, ROH World Television Championship (1 time)
- Ring Warriors: Ring Warriors Grand Championship (1 time)