Jamie Senegal

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Jamie Senegal
Birth nameBryce Joseph Boyer
Born (1997-09-13) September 13, 1997 (age 26)
Reading, Pennsylvania
ResidenceReading, Pennsylvania
Alma materMuhlenberg School District
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s)Jamie Senegal
Billed height5 ft 10 in (178 cm)
Billed weight174 lb (79 kg)
Trained by
  • "Twisted" Tate Hammer
  • Supreme Lee Great
  • DJ Hyde

Bryce Joseph Boyer[1] (September 13,1997) is an American professional wrestler best known for performing under the in-ring alias Jamie Senegal.

Bryce began training to wrestle on January 5, 2015.[2] Boyer made his in-ring debut on June 13, 2015. Over the course of five years Bryce continued to wrestle all around the western hemisphere.

Early life

Bryce was born in Reading, Pennsylvania. He attended Muhlenberg School District in the beginning years of his academic career. Followed by Schuylkill Valley during his high school years. During Bryce's high school years he was a cheerleader and a diver.[3]

Professional wrestling career

Early years (2015-2016)

When Boyer was in eleventh grade he began training to wrestle. He was training at a Pennsylvania based independent promotion called Atomic Championship Wrestling and Rogue Women Warriors. For the first year of his training he was trained by "Twisted" Tate Hammer and on occasion LuFisto and Rob Noxious. [4] For his second year Bryce trained at the Combat Zone Wrestling and Women Superstars Uncensored Dojo in Blackwood, NJ as well as The Sanctuary in Hazleton, Pennsylvania. Boyer now wrestles all throughout the United States and Canada.

Independent Wrestling (2015 - Present)

Atomic championship wrestling (2015-2016 ; return)

The first match Bryce had ever competed in live was on an Atomic Championship Wrestling/Rogue Women Warriors show against "Twisted" Tate Hammer on June 13, 2015 in Stevens, Pennsylvania. In September 2015 Boyer had won the Atomic Champion Wrestling World Heavyweight Championship in a triple threat match against Tate and LuFisto. The next month in October he would lose it to Scotty Jeffreys in Stevens, Pennsylvania. In June 2016, Bryce won the Atomic Championshipn Wrestling Cruiserweight Championship. He defeated Stefon Ramon for the coveted title again only holding it for a short period of time.

CZW dojo wars (2016-2017)

In July 2016, Bryce had made his CZW Dojo Wars debut in a six- man tag team match including the likes of Ace Austin, Jimmy Lloyd, and Qeftka the Quiet. He became a Dojo Wars regular facing tough opponents such as DJ Hyde, Terra Calaway, Mike Orlando, and other roster members typically in a losing effort. In August 2016, Boyer aligned forces with "The Boy Diva" Rick Cataldo, "The Fabulous One" Eddy McQueen, Maria Manic, and Penelope Ford to create The Fella Twins Academy: for Gifted Students. They were a stable with a "mean girls" hierarchy. Boyer, Manic, and Ford were the pledges. McQueen and Cataldo were the two in charge. At the time The Fella Twins (Cataldo and McQueen) were the WSU Tag Team Champions. During the course of 2016 Boyer would compete in diva theme segments such as Halloween Costume Contests and Santa's Little Helper tag matches alongside The Fella Twins Academy. In the beginning of 2017 Bryce had a brief hiatus from Dojo Wars. He eventually returned to face the (at the time) holder of the Medal of Valor, Blackwater. Which was also in a losing effort.

Women Superstars uncensored and combat zone wrestling ( 2016-2017)

In September 2016, The Fella Twins Academy with the exception of Maria Manic made their WSU debut against BaleSpin the team of KC Spinelli and Xandra Bale. The Fella Twins Academy successfully defended the WSU tag titles against the pair of women's wrestlers. In October 2016, The Fella Twins Academy with the exception of Maria Manic made their CZW debut against Da Hit Squad in an open challenge. The match was a no- contest as The Academy was counted out. Jamie ended up taking a spear and a splash from Monsta Mack and Dan Maff. In November 2016, The Fella Twins once again successfully defended their titles against The Backseat Betties, the team of Annie Social and Missy Sampson. The Academy would not return to WSU until the February 2017 Anniversary show, this would be Boyer's final appearance at WSU. At the anniversary show The Fella Twins Academy put out an open challenge for anyone who would like to face them for the tag team titles. While everyone was in the ring it would then be announced that Penelope and Maria were the opponents of Rick and Eddy. As they had the announcer announce it to the crowd. While Ford and Manic were distracted Bryce ran in an clobbered them both from behind. That had back fired on him as Manic gave him an Alabama slam and Ford followed that up with a handspring elbow. Thus beginning the feud between the teams of Ford, Maria, Cataldo, and McQueen.

The sanctuary stunt studio (2015-2019)

In November 2015, Bryce made his Sanctuary debut in Hazleton, Pennsylvania. He teamed with Sonny Kiss and Terra Calaway in a losing effort. Jamie would not return to the Sanctuary until March 2016. In March 2016 Boyer became the inaugural Sanctuary Tag Team Champions alongside Sonny Kiss. The dynamic duo had succesfully defended their titles only once against the Indy Card Mafia. Losing the titles began the long feud between Kiss and Boyer. Sonny and Bryce competed in many single matches were Sonny would win via disqualification. This feud ran from the beginning of 2016 until the beginning of 2017. The blow off of the feud was a street fight. Sonny was victorious. Boyer would eventually join a stable called The Devil's Rejects alongside Jason King, Bre Lane, and John Wes. It was a big change for Bryce as he was a very happy, bubbly person turned angry. Eventually The Rejects broke up and Bryce went on his own. During that time he ran his own shows out of the Sanctuary called the Diamond Division. April 28 2017 was the inaugural Diamond Division event. Boyer held a tournament of woman fighting for a golden tiara. The tournament including the likes of Maria Manic, Penelope Ford, Britt Baker, Kiera Hogan, and more. Britt had advanced in a first round stunt fight against Boyer and then won the event. On June 23, 2017 the final Diamond Division event happened. Bryce had faced Su Yung in a singles match, in a losing effort. In August 2017, Boyer aligned forces with "The Chubby Daddy" Trajan Horn to form The Punk Rock Death Squad". The Punk Rock Death Squad won almost every match they had over the couple months they tagged. Boyer would make a few returns to the Sanctuary over 2018 and 2019. In his latest Sanctuary appearance in April 2019 he faced Marcy Cabrera for the championship. Later that night facing MC Hardbody in a dark match after the show.

Other independent promotions (2017- present)

Boyer began travelling all over to compete. He has wrestled for companies such as FEST Wrestling, Premiere Wrestling Xperience, PWX Pure, BAR Wrestling, Freakshow Wrestling, Queens of Combat, RISE, and more. Bryce began working with many notable wrestlers such as Joey Ryan, Rich Swann, Melina Perez, Rebel, Shotzi Blackheart, Jake Atlas, Priscilla Kelly, Daffney, Chelsea Green, Santana Garrett, Mercedes Martinez, Candy Lee and more. Since traveling more Boyer has debuted in places such as Hawaii, California, Arizona, Florida, Canada, and a plethora of other places. In April 2020 before COVID-19 Boyer was meant to face former WWE Diva Ariane Andrew formerly known as Cameron in her return match at Game Changer Wrestling's event GCW: EFFY's Big Gay Brunch. Bryce's latest match since COVID-19 began was in Los Angeles, California where he teamed with his boyfriend Alex Ocean against Adrian Quest and B-Boy for the promotion BAR Wrestling.

Championships and accomplishments

  • Atomic Championship Wrestling
    • World Heavyweight Champion (one time)
    • Cruiserweight Champion (two times)
  • Sanctuary Stunt Studio
    • Tag Team Champions (one time alongside Sonny Kiss)
  • Pro Wrestling Illustrated
    • Ranked No. 497 of the Top 500 singles wrestlers of 2017.[5]
    • Ranked No. 498 of the Top 500 singles wrestlers of 2018.[6]
    • Ranked No. 492 of the Top 500 singles wrestlers of 2019.[7]


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  2. Boyer, Bryce (2016-06-20). "Jamie Senegal". Pro Wrestling Fandom.{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  3. "BIO". Mysite. Retrieved 2020-05-04.
  4. Boyer, Bryce (2019-10-12). "Bio".{{cite web}}: CS1 maint: url-status (link)
  5. "Pro Wrestling Illustrated (PWI) 500 for 2017 - The Internet Wrestling Database". www.profightdb.com. Retrieved 2020-05-04.
  6. "Pro Wrestling Illustrated (PWI) 500 for 2018 - The Internet Wrestling Database". www.profightdb.com. Retrieved 2020-05-04.
  7. "Pro Wrestling Illustrated (PWI) 500 for 2019 - The Internet Wrestling Database". www.profightdb.com. Retrieved 2020-05-04.

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