United Wrestling Network standout, Jordan Clearwater has been signed. Clearwater made his first appearance for the National Wrestling Alliance on Episode 1 of NWA Shockwave. Clearwater had a non-title match with Nick Aldis. It was reported that Clearwater had impressed the higher-ups of the NWA in that match.
Who is Jordan Clearwater
Clearwater was trained at the BoneKrushers Pro Wrestling School. BoneKrushers is the training facility of the Northern Wrestling Federation. Former graduates from the school include former NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion Abyss, Jillian Hall, former NWA Tag Team Champion Chris Harris, and Karl “The Machine Gun” Anderson. Anderson has held tag team titles in the NWA, New Japan, WWE, and currently Impact. Roger Ruffen and Anderson trained Clearwater.
Clearwater made his debut on July 9th, 2016 for the NWF and by 2017 he began working in Kentucky as well as Ohio. Clearwater would have his first match in Southern California on October 26th, 2018 for PCW Ultra. Shortly after that, Clearwater would begin to work with multiple promotions in Southern California including Empire Wrestling Federation, SoCal Pro Wrestling, but most importantly, Championship Wrestling from Hollywood. Between dates in Hollywood, Clearwater would win the EWF American Championship. His mentor Karl Anderson was a former American Champion in EWF. Clearwater is still the American Champion.
Clearwater in Hollywood
Clearwater’s time on Championship Wrestling from Hollywood weekly program helped to make him more polished. “The Golden Boy” was able to spend time with accomplished MMA fighter Blake Troop to improve on his striking, which impacted his Midas Touch, a big boot to the head. On November 30th, 2020, Clearwater would become the Hollywood Heritage Champion by defeating Ray Rosas on Episode 496 of Prime TIme LIVE but would lose the championship a month later to Richie Slade at the 500th Episode of CWFH.
Clearwater on New Japan World
The Golden Boy would also join the New Japan Strong Roster. in August of 2020. He would make nine appearances on the weekly TV show, for New Japan USA.