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Overview (3)

Date of Birth 21 August 1969Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia
Nicknames Megaman
The Colossus of Boggo Road
Height 6' 11" (2.11 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Nathan Jones rose upon the world strongman scene in 1995 and showed promise to become perhaps the top competitor in the world. At 6' 11" and 360 lbs., the giant Australian known as Megaman was an imposing sight and used his great size and strength to place high in the World Musclepower Championships.

Unfortunately, tragedy struck Megaman in a qualifying heat for the 1995 World's Strongest Man Competition when he suffered a spiral fracture in his arm while arm wrestling European Champion and 1998 World's Strongest Man, Magnus Samuelsson of Sweden. Certainly a shame, as Nathan's career was only beginning and looking very bright.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: B. Fay

Trade Mark (6)

Trademark move: Sidewalk Slam
Trademark move: Big Boot
Trademark move: Chokeslam
Trademark move: Gutwrench Suplex
Trademark move: Scoop Lift into an Inverted DDT
Trademark move: Spinning Heel Kick

Trivia (14)

Won The Scottish Highland games
In April 7, 2002, he won the WWA Heavyweight Title.
On December 6, 2003, he apparently decided to "quit" the business during a Smackdown! tour of Asia & Australia.
He was enrolled in the WWF training school but didn't work out due to green-card issues. He later received several try-out matches with the WWE before joining them on live event cards and dark matches
He joined the WWE Smackdown brand and made his first appearance on Febuary 20, 2003. He was scheduled for a tag-team match with Mark Calaway (aka "The Undertaker") against Paul Wight (aka "Big Show") and A-Train at Wrestlemania 19; however, the WWE thought he was still a little bit too green to wrestle on such a big card.
Showed promise as a WWE Wrestler (2001-2003) until he quit, due to an exhausting touring schedule.
Fought in Pride FC's first event only to lose by a quick submission to a sumo wrestler.
He is a former player of the rugby league team Brisbane Norths, and would wear the largest sized jersey available.
Met boxer Jeff Fenech to gauge his talent as a boxer.
Previous managers: Rove McManus, Paul Heyman.
Injured his arm after being sideswiped by a cement truck in Bangkok, Thailand, in September 2008. He suffered nerve damage to his arm and was sidelined from wrestling for three months.
Recently returned to strongman competitions, now a salaried pro-strongman. [May 2005]
Currently under contract with the World Wrestling Federation and debuted on Smackdown! [March 2003]
Retired from World Wrestling Entertainment. [December 2003]

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