Nicholas Cvjetkovich

Nicholas Cvjetkovich

About Nicholas Cvjetkovich

Nicholas Cvjetkovich

Nicholas Cvjetkovich

August 29, 1973

Place of Birth    :    Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Also Known As    :   Sinn Bowdee, Sinn Bodhi, Sinn, Original Sinn, Nikolas Sinn, Nick Sinn, Nick Doom, Nicholas Sinn, Nicholas Doom, Lucifer Love, Kizarny, H.N. Hardcastle, Dr. Nick Sinnful

is a Serbo-Canadian professional wrestler, best known for his stint in World Wrestling Entertainment, where he worked on its SmackDown brand as Kizarny. He currently works the independents as Sinn Bodhi. Cvjetkovich was trained as a wrestler by Rob Fuego and Ron Hutchison in Orangeville, Ontario and also trained for (and later earned) his black belt at Alex Atkinson's Black Belt Institute.[5] His debut match was in 2000 against El Fuego during the Apocalypse Wrestling Federation's Iron Man Tournament at the Canadian National Exhibition. He remained with the AWF until February 2001. He also worked several dates for Scott D'Amore's Border City Wrestling promotion in Windsor, Ontario, using the name "Lucifer Love" (as AWF employees were not allowed to work for regional competitors, Cvjetkovich used a different ring name and gimmick so he would not be found out). In May and June 2001, Cvjetkovich toured England with Brian Dixon's All Star Wrestling promotion, where he teamed with fellow Canadian Joe E. Legend defeating top stars Tatanka, Joe Gomez, and Jake Roberts. Shortly after returning from England, Cvjetkovich began working for Northern Championship Wrestling in Montreal. He returned to the AWF in late 2001 and once again participated in the Iron Man Tournament, before forming a tag team with Fabian Stokes known as "High Maintenance". Cvjetkovich wrestled in several Twin Wrestling Entertainment TWE main events across Ontario, facing legends such as King Kong Bundy and "Hacksaw" Jim Duggan. In the summers of 2002 and 2003, Cvjetkovich wrestled across the Maritimes (Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, and Prince Edward Island) for All Canadian Wrestling run by Bobby Bass and Buddy Lane while competing with fellow wrestlers Peter Kingman, Kowboy Hughes, Jason Bates, Bobby Roode, and Jim Neidhart. In August 2003, Cvjetkovich won the ACW Heavyweight Championship