Since making his Ring of Honor debut in 2011, Alexander has became one of the most promising talents on the Ring of Honor roster, whether it be lighting up the tag team division with former partner Caprice Coleman as C&C Wrestle Factory or in his singles career, Alexander has all the tools to succeed in ROH.
Making appearances in dark matches and on some ROH events in 2010, Alexander would capture attention alongside Caprice Coleman at Tag Team Turmoil 2011, challenging Future Shock for the #1 contender hip to the ROH World Tag Team Championships. This performance was impressive enough to warrant the team full-time spots on the roster, and for the next two years C&C Wrestle Factory would face every team that walked through ROH, from The Briscoes to Wrestling's Greatest Tag Team to The Young Bucks to reDRagon and more, Cedric and Caprice faced and gave them all a run for their money.
C&C Wrestle Factory would be involved in the war between Ring of Honor and SCUM in the spring and summer of 2013, often on the receiving end of criticism from Steve Corino and SCUM, facing different combinations of the group in tag team matches. They would focus on the ROH World Tag Team Championships for the remainder of the year, challenging reDRagon three times before at Pursuit: Night 2, after failing once again to capture the titles, Coleman and Alexander mutually decided to go their separate ways, Alexander preparing to embark on his first singles run in Ring of Honor.
But while Cedric Alexander wowed crowds night after night with incredible athletic performances, he came up short when it came to actual victories.  Not content and realizing he needed to change his situation, Alexander shifted his once humble and respectful attitude into something far darker and more cunning.  His ambition manifested in a willingness to cut corners and even cheat if necessary.
This newfound attitude caught the eye of Veda Scott, who was in search of a client who, in her eyes, had the kind of aggression and ruthlessness to get the job done in the ring.  Alexander ended Moose's undefeated streak - thanks to Veda and a metal wrench - and embarked on an increasingly violent rivalry with the rookie standout.  This would culminate with a brutal No Disqualification match at ALL STAR EXTRAVAGANZA VII.  Whatever comes next for Cedric Alexander, one thing is clear: his days as a humble underdog are over.


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