Nick Miller

Nick Miller

Personal Information

Full Name Michael Nicholls
Date of Birth August 20, 1985
Nationality Australian
Height 6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)

Nick Miller News

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NJPW/WWE News: Former NXT star officially signs with NJPW after recent WWE departure NJPW/WWE News: Former NXT star officially signs with NJPW after recent WWE departure
NJPW/WWE News: Former NXT star officially signs with NJPW after recent WWE departure
WWE Rumors: Possible reason why Nick Miller was released from WWE WWE Rumors: Possible reason why Nick Miller was released from WWE
WWE Rumors: Possible reason why Nick Miller was released from WWE
WWE Rumors: WWE supposedly releases top NXT Superstar while developmental talent quits the company WWE Rumors: WWE supposedly releases top NXT Superstar while developmental talent quits the company
WWE Rumors: WWE supposedly releases top NXT Superstar while developmental talent quits the company

Nick Miller: A Brief Biography

Michael Nicholls is an Australian professional wrestler signed with NJPW. He is best known for his work with WWE as Nick Miller.


  1. Professional Wrestling Career
  2. Championships and Accomplishments


Professional Wrestling Career


Early Years and Noah (2001-2016)


In 2011, Nicholls began his wrestling career where he began wrestling for promotions such as Pro Wrestling Guerilla, NWA Pro, and World League Wrestling. After wrestling for a decade, he signed with Noah. Nicholls had the best years of his career in Noah, where he won several championships and frequently performed high-caliber matches.


Nicholls at a Tryout


WWE (2016-2018)


In March, Nicholls signed with the company and began working with NXT. During his time with the company, his name was changed to Nick Miller, and formed a team with Shane Thorne called TM-61. At TakeOver Toronto, TM-61 lost to The Authors of Pain in the final round of Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic. In 2018, the team returned and repackaged as The Mighty. They entered the Dusty Rhodes Tag Team Classic but lost. In December, they released Nicholls from the company.


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NJPW (2019-Present)


In 2019, Nicholls announced his return to NJPW and aligned with Chaos. In 2019, he entered the New Japan Cup but lost. At NJPW Southern Showdown, the team of Juice Robinson and Nicholls were unsuccessful in defeating Guerrillas of Destiny for the IWGP Tag Team Championship.


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Championships and Accomplishments


ChampionshipNumber of Times
EWF American Heavyweight Championship1
EPW Heavyweight Championship3
EPW Tag Team Championship1
NWA Australian National Heavyweight Championship1
GHC Tag Team Championship2


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