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Jamar Shipman (born April 29, 1985), a well-known ring name Jay Lethal, is an American professional wrestler who has signed the Ring of Honor (ROH) where he is currently one-half of the ROH World Tag Team Champions with Jonathan Gresham.

  • Born: 29 April 1985, Elizabeth, New Jersey, United States
  • Height: 1.78 m
  • Full name: Jamar Shipman
  • Debut: December 7, 2001
  • Billed height: 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)
  • Parents: Ronald Shipman, Shirley Shipman

The Ring of Honor’s “Franchise”, called Lethal, is a two-time ROH World Champion and holds a record in the company’s history on the day of most combination with the ROH World Championship. He is also the longest-lived two-time ROH World Television Champion, holding the title for 567 days. The only man to hold the World Television Championship and the World Championship simultaneously. After winning the ROH World Tag Team Championship, Lethal became the only man to host the World, World Tag Team, World TV, and ROH Pure Championship.

He is also known for his Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) work and was a six-time X Division Champion, and one result tagged World Tag Team Champion. Between ROH and TNA, Lethal has won a total of 13 championships.

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Shipman made his wrestling debut on October 26, 2001, under the ring name Jay Lethal, in a match against Dixie at the JAPW Class of 2001 Student Show. He won the first-ever JAPW TV Championship at Never Forget, Bayonne, NJ, on September 13, 2002, defeating Ghost Shadow and Rain’s champions in a three-way match. His rule lasted for an unprecedented, unreplicated 11 months, and on August 22, 2003, at Counter-Strike in Rahway, NJ, Lethal finally lost to Crazy Ivan. Lethal also hosted the JAPW Light Heavyweight Championship, defeating champions Azleal, Insane Dragon and Jack Evans in a four-way match on Revolution on February 28, 2004. April tried to regain the title for eight months but repeatedly lost to Lethal. On December 10, 2004, at Seasons Beatings, Azrieal challenged Lethal to the “Belt vs Loser Leaf Town” match at the JAPW Light Heavyweight Championship and will leave JAPW if Azrieal loses. April was able to win the match, so the long battle ended.

With two long titles in two years, Lethal established himself as a vital member of the JAPW roster by 2005 and began challenging the JAPW Heavyweight Championship held by Dunmuff in December 2003 29th, 2005 in the wildcard, Lethal pinned the Muff in a title match. Still, this decision was overturned by the bent referee Sean Hanson. In March 2005, Muff left JAPW, retired from wrestling after discussions with the Homicide, and vacated the JAPW Heavyweight Championship.

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