One of the most decorated high-flyers, yet still underrated by many, Chris Sabin is pound for pound one of the greatest athletes in the world. It was obvious Sabin was destined for greatness from a very young age, as he captured his first of a record-breaking EIGHT TNA X Division Championships when he was barely 21 years old, a title he bravely defended in unfamiliar territory, as a participant of the first-ever Ultimate X high-wire match in 2003. Sabin would go on to similar success in the tag team ranks, joining Alex Shelley to form The Motor City Machine Guns. The duo worked with a timing, precision, and fluidity rarely seen in modern day tag team wrestling, which led to success on both sides of the globe, winning both the TNA World Tag Team Championships and IWGP Jr. Heavyweight Tag Team Championships with Shelley.
Sabin is also a modern medical miracle, as two debilitating and demoralizing injuries surrounding the ACLs in both of Sabin’s knees cost him nearly two years of his career in total, but didn’t deter his spirit. Sabin fought through pain, rehab, ring rust, self-doubt and every other stage of an arduous and agonizing recovery to return better than ever, by first re-claiming the top perch of the X-Division, then reaching the very top by capturing his first singles World Title by defeating Bully Ray. In 2015, Sabin has been all about controversy, manipulating and deceiving fans and wrestlers of Ring of Honor by donning masks along with Christopher Daniels & Frankie Kazarian under the name The Knights of the Rising Dawn. Once their identities were revealed, it only strengthened their dominance together. Now, Sabin has made his way to Global Force Wrestling to show he is still capable of winning any championship on any given night and dazzling audiences with his blend of impactful strikes, agility, breathtaking hangtime, and trademark signature moves like The Cradle Shock. Will Sabin be able to hold gold again in GFW?