ROH Debut: 2004 (as Jerk Jackson)
ROH Title(s) Held:
ROH World Tag Team Championship w/ Kyle O'Reilly
(3/2/13 - 7/27/13)
(8/17/13 - 3/8/13)
(5/17/14 - 4/3/15)
From Saratoga Springs, New Jersey, Bobby Fish as one-half of three times ROH World Tag Team Champions reDRagon with Kyle O'Reilly, wants to redefine our understanding of tag team wrestling, and with a slew of impressive performances and lengthy title reigns to the record, Fish and O'Reilly are on course to change the image of what a tag team ought to be. A black belt in Taw Kwan Do, 1-AA college footballer and former mixed martial artist, Bobby Fish is a man of many talents.
Fish made his Ring of Honor debut in 2004 under the name Jerk Jackson, returning sporadically over the next seven years, always coming back as a more traveled and well seasoned student of the game. It wasn't until November 2012 that Fish officially joined Ring of Honor, immediately forming a partnership with Kyle O'Reilly who was embroiled in a dispute with trainer Davey Richards, leading to the team who would soon name themselves reDRagon feuding with Richards until he reformed The American Wolves with Eddie Edwards.
At Final Battle 2012, reDRagon would be defeated by a reunited American Wolves, but six weeks later reDRagon would have what Davey and Eddie wanted, the ROH World Tag Team Championsips, when they upset The Briscoes at the 11th Anniversary Show in Manhattan, New York. The duo would hold the titles until July when on an episode of Ring of Honor Wrestling, The Forever Hooligans defeated reDRagon after Fish demanded their standard tag team match be made a title match. reDRagon were quick in retrieving the titles, winning them back at Manhattan Mayhem V three weeks later from The American Wolves.
Fish and O'Reilly would again enjoy a lengthy reign, fending off teams such as C&C Wrestle Factory, Outlaw. Inc, Alabama Attitude, SCUM and Adrenaline RUSH for the remainder of 2013, into 2014. However, at Raising the Bar Night 2 in Chicago Ridge, Illinois, The Young Bucks would defeat reDRagon and capture the titles, leading to Fish demanding a rematch from Nigel McGuinness post-match. Instead they would have to earn their rematch by facing The Forever Hooligans and War Machine at Supercard of Honor VIII.
At War of the Worlds, with UFC's "Filthy" Tom Lawlor in their corner, Fish and O'Reilly recaptured the ROH World Tag Team Championships from The Young Bucks, entering their third reign. Collectively they have held the ROH World Tag Team Championships for over one year in their year and a half as a tag team. At Ring of Honor's first live pay-per-view Best in the World, reDRagon defeated Christopher Daniels and Frankie Kazarian.
It was announced that on August 10, reDRagon would make their debuts for New Japan Pro-Wrestling as representatives of Ring of Honor, at the historic G1 Climax Finals at the Seibu Dome, when they challenge the IWGP Jr. Tag Team Champions, The Time Splitters, Alex Shelley and KUSHIDA. This won't be Fish's first experience of Japan as he has toured with Pro Wrestling NOAH since 2006. Fish also has his own segment titled "The Fish Tank", with tag team partner Kyle O'Reilly co-hosting.