Tyler Davidson is a writer, host and performer based out of Los Angeles. Originally hailing from Riverside, California, Tyler graduated from UC Riverside with honors in 2010, majoring in creative writing and minoring in journalism, and since then has written articles for Hustler Magazine, Alternative Press and Pro Wrestling Sheet, among others.
A professional wrestler since the age of 13, Tyler has wrestled in the U.S., Australia and Mexico, and for companies like Dragon Gate USA and Lucha VaVoom. In his nearly 20 years of experience, he has shared the ring with the likes of Jake “The Snake” Roberts, Scorpio Sky and Brian Cage. He is currently a performer, writer and producer for the nationally syndicated Championship Wrestling from Hollywood, which is on track to air its 500th episode in 2020.
In the comedy world, Tyler has studied sketch and TV writing at The Pack, iO West, the Writing Machine, and The Nerdist School, and has studied improv under Bill Chott at The Improv Trick. He also spent nearly four years writing weekly content for Smosh, and has served as an on-air host for networks like Afterbuzz TV and GammaRay. In 2019, Tyler became a writer for Pack house sketch team Friendo.
Tyler’s comedy and wrestling worlds collided in 2017, when he became a part of Jakked Wrestling Comedy at The Pack, acting as both a performer and wrestling consultant before eventually becoming a writer and producer for the show in 2019.
You can find Tyler, as well as his alter ego, Ty Matthews, on Twitter and Instagram @TyMatthewsPMA. Be well.