ROH Debut: 2004 (as Jerk Jackson)
ROH Title(s) Held:
- ROH World Tag Team Championship w/ Kyle O'Reilly (3/2/13 - Present)
Weight: 200 lbs.
Hometown: Saratoga Springs, NY
Bobby Fish, while relatively new to the ROH audiences, is a man with a great deal of history and experience on his resume. Making his pro debut in 2002, Fish wrestled in a handful of matches for ROH under the moniker of Jerk Jackson before competing under his real name for several matches over the course of 2007-2009. Fish disappeared from the ROH scene for several years, honing his craft elsewhere, before recently returning at “Killer Instinct” where he defeated QT Marshall.
Outside of ROH, with 6 years under his belt, Fish holds the honored distinction, along with Eddie Edwards, of being the longest active tenured gajin for Pro Wrestling NOAH and was one of only four Jr. Heavyweights asked to compete in NOAH's 2011 Heavyweight Global League Tournament. This year he & Edwards won the "Fighting Spirit" award for their participation in NOAH's Jr. Tag Global League Tournament.
Fish also has trained extensively in martial arts, earning his black belt in Tae Kwan Do at the age of just 14 and he also holds a 4-1 record, with 3 KO's, in Muay Thai competition.
In addition, Fish also has earned his BA in English while playing 4 years of Div. 1-AA college football. To say that Fish has accomplished a great deal in his life would be an understatement, and it looks like ROH is the next mountain that he aims to conquer...