6’3 | 245 lbs | Age: 32
Ricardo Henry is famously a former member of the two-time champion New Jersey Argonauts baseball team, having won the title in 2011 and 2014. He retired in 2015 after botched elbow surgery forced him out of the game. A self-professed life-long wrestling fan, he began training for a professional career later that same year and showed a natural affinity for it. He joined United Pro Wrestling in 2016, putting the company on the map as a possible future destination. His name value in the Tri-State area alone filled arenas in UPW’s foundational years. His 2016 debut saw him clash with The WildThing. After a series of brutal matches he sent WildThing packing in a Loser Leaves Town Match at UnSanctioned. 11 months later, Solo Henry would defeat Hank Holland in New York City to become the 2nd United Heavyweight Champion of the World. Henry is 1 of 2 men to have held the World Heavyweight and Television Championships.
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