Sterling James Keenan

Sterling James Keenan

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Matt Polinsky (born February 24, 1984) is an American professional wrestler known better by his ring name, Sterling James Keenan, the second part of which is taken from Maynard James Keenan of Tool.


Keenan debuted on March 22, 2000 against Orion and wrestled mainly at NWA East/Pro Wrestling eXpress until given his break by International Wrestling Cartel in 2002, defeating CM Punk. Keenan made various indie appearances, most notably with IWC and Dory Funk Jr.'s "Funkin' Conservatory", until finally winning the IWC Heavyweight Title on November 1, 2003, defeating Dennis Gregory. He kept the title until March 20, 2004, losing it to Dean Radford. Keenan continued to battle on, however, finding his greatest success in IWC and eventually taking the IWC Super Indy title after it was vacated by Chris Sabin. SJK defeated Petey Williams in a four-way that also included Fabulous John McChesney and Josh Prohibition. McChesney then proceeded to win the Super Indy Tournament in 2005, but Keenan took the title back at Ring Of Honor's Do Or Die V. McChesney gained a rematch on IWC ground and regained it once more.

Polinsky was invited to Ohio Valley Wrestling to train; he has also appeared as a jobber in dark matches, on WWE Velocity and teamed with Jon Bolen to face Jamie Noble and Kid Kash on the last episode of WWE Velocity.


Keenan made his debut for UK-based promotion 1 Pro Wrestling at their inaugural show in October 2005, defeating D'Lo......
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