Matthew Thomas Rehwoldt is an American professional wrestler and commentator signed with Impact Wrestling. He is best known for his work with WWE as Aiden English. He is a former NXT Tag Team Champion.
Professional Wrestling Career
Early Years and The Vaudevillains (2012-2017)
In 2012, Rehwoldt signed with WWE and began working for their developmental territories. After the revamp of FCW, Rehwoldt began working for NXT as Aiden English. He was used as an enhancement talent for a year. In 2014, he began teaming up with Simon Gotch and formed The Vaudevillains. At NXT TakeOver: Brooklyn, The Vaudevillains defeated Blake and Murphy to win the NXT Tag Team Championship.
After 60 days, they lost the titles to The Revival. In 2016, the team was drafted to the main roster. At Extreme Rules, the team lost to The New Day in a WWE Tag Team Championship match. The duo spent the year chasing the gold on RAW and SmackDown. In 2017, Simon Gotch was released from the company and they disbanded the team.
Rusev Day and Commentator (2017-2020)
In 2017, he began working with Rusev, where he managed and hyped him before and during matches. English and Rusev became a popular pair and were called Rusev Day. Throughout the rest of the year, the duo worked in the tag team division. In 2018, English began feuding with Rusev and lost. In 2019, he became a commentator for 205 Live. In 2020, they released him from the company due to budget cuts.
Independent Circuit (2020-Present)
After his release, he began working on the independent circuit. In 2021, he signed with Impact Wrestling and began teaming with Deonna Purrazzo to become the Homecoming King and Queen. Rehwoldt also appeared in NJPW as Matt Morris. He was last seen on Impact along with Deonna Purrazzo.