David Crist

David Crist

About David Crist

David Crist

David Crist

November 10, 1982

Place of Birth    :   Ohio - USA
Also Known As    :   Dave Crist, Lotus, Ring Ryda Blue

is an American professional wrestler who competes on the independent circuit alongside his brother Jake as one half of the tag team The Irish Airborne. Crist, along with his brother, has appeared with numerous independent promotions, including Ring of Honor, Full Impact Pro, International Wrestling Cartel, IGNITE Wrestling, and Heartland Wrestling Association. On September 10, 2013, Big Japan Pro Wrestling announced that the Irish Airborne, representing CZW, would be making their Japanese debuts, when they take part in the 2013 Dai Nihon Saikyo Tag League, which runs from September 25 to November 22. The Irish Airborne finished their tournament on October 18 with a record of two wins and three losses, failing to advance from their block. Return to ROH (2017) On June 4, 2017, Jake Crist competed in a gauntlet match at ROH Gateway to Gold for a chance to compete against Christopher Daniels for his ROH World Title later that night. Dave joined the commentary booth for Jake's time in the ring. Jake was pinned by Jonathan Gresham. Impact Wrestling (2017–present) They made their Impact Wrestling debut on August 17 at Destination X, under the name Ohio Versus Everything (oVe), defeating Jason Cade and Zachary Wentz in a tag team match. On August 20, they defeated LAX (Santana & Ortiz) to win the GFW World Tag Team Championship at Victory Road. On the October 12 edition of Impact, LAX invoked their rematch clause by challenging oVe to a 5150 Street Fight at Bound for Glory. Upon accepting, LAX attacked oVe. At Bound for Glory, Sami Callihan would debut as well as establish his alliance with the Crist brothers in Impact Wrestling by helping them defeat LAX, with Jake Crist low blowing Ortiz before Callihan delivered a piledriver through a table for the win. They then proceeded to attack LAX after the match, resulting in Callihan and oVe's double heel-turn.