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* AllJustADream: The Instagram vignette which introduced Malakai Black reveals that Aleister Black was actually the result of visions Tommy End had while incarcerated in a mental hospital over the past five years. [[OrWasItADream Maybe]], as Tommy End denies this, and upon becoming Malakai Black he regains the facial bruising that Seth Rollins and Murphy gave him in WWE.



* CanonWielding: As Malakai Black, he keeps damaged right eye that Seth Rollins and Murphy gave him in WWE.

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* CanonWielding: CanonWeilding: As Malakai Black, he keeps damaged right eye that Seth Rollins and Murphy gave him in WWE.


Aleister Black (real name Thomas Budgen, born May 19, 1985) is a former UsefulNotes/{{kickbox|ing}}er turned {{professional wrestl|ing}}er hailing from Alkmaar, North Holland, UsefulNotes/TheNetherlands, who is currently appearing in Wrestling/AllEliteWrestling after being released by Wrestling/{{WWE}} on June 2, 2021. He has performed all over the world, most recently on the Wrestling/WWERaw brand. He was trained by Wrestling/ChrisHero, [[Characters/UniversalWrestlingFederationRINGSHolland Bob Schrijber]], Johnny Kidd, Wrestling/MikeQuackenbush and Wrestling/NigelMcGuinness.

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Aleister Black (real name Thomas Budgen, born May 19, 1985) is a former UsefulNotes/{{kickbox|ing}}er turned {{professional wrestl|ing}}er hailing from Alkmaar, North Holland, UsefulNotes/TheNetherlands, who is currently appearing in signed with Wrestling/AllEliteWrestling after being released by Wrestling/{{WWE}} on June 2, 2021. He has performed all over the world, most recently on the Wrestling/WWERaw brand. He was trained by Wrestling/ChrisHero, [[Characters/UniversalWrestlingFederationRINGSHolland Bob Schrijber]], Johnny Kidd, Wrestling/MikeQuackenbush and Wrestling/NigelMcGuinness.

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* CanonWielding: As Malakai Black, he keeps damaged right eye that Seth Rollins and Murphy gave him in WWE.


After being released from WWE, he showed up on the 7th of July episode of ''AEW Dynamite'' now going under the name Malakai Black.[[note]][https://www.pwinsider.com/article/148547/how-the-former-aleister-black-was-able-to-debut-for-aew-.html?p=1 This] was due to the fact that when Tommy was moved to the main WWE roster in 2019, the company failed to update his contract from the standard 30 day non-compete that NXT level talents receive to the 90 day non-compete that main roster performers are given.[[/note]]

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After being released from WWE, he showed up on the 7th of July episode of ''AEW Dynamite'' now going under the name Malakai Black.[[note]][https://www.[[note]][[https://www.pwinsider.com/article/148547/how-the-former-aleister-black-was-able-to-debut-for-aew-.html?p=1 This] This]] was due to the fact that when Tommy was moved to the main WWE roster in 2019, the company failed to update his contract from the standard 30 day non-compete that NXT level talents receive to the 90 day non-compete that main roster performers are given.[[/note]]


After being released from WWE, he showed up on the 7th of July episode of ''AEW Dynamite'' now going under the name Malakai Black.

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After being released from WWE, he showed up on the 7th of July episode of ''AEW Dynamite'' now going under the name Malakai Black.
Black.[[note]][https://www.pwinsider.com/article/148547/how-the-former-aleister-black-was-able-to-debut-for-aew-.html?p=1 This] was due to the fact that when Tommy was moved to the main WWE roster in 2019, the company failed to update his contract from the standard 30 day non-compete that NXT level talents receive to the 90 day non-compete that main roster performers are given.[[/note]]

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* AbortedArc: He was released from WWE right after he was given a new TheStoryteller gimmick named the "Dark Father", which was introduced in a series of intricate vignettes. His final appearance on [=SmackDown=] set up a feud with [[Wrestling/BigELangston Big E]], but where it would’ve gone from there remains a mystery.


Aleister Black (real name Thomas Budgen, born May 19, 1985) is a former UsefulNotes/{{kickbox|ing}}er turned {{professional wrestl|ing}}er hailing from Alkmaar, North Holland, UsefulNotes/TheNetherlands, who is currently a free agent after being released by Wrestling/{{WWE}} on June 2, 2021. He has performed all over the world, most recently on the Wrestling/WWERaw brand. He was trained by Wrestling/ChrisHero, [[Characters/UniversalWrestlingFederationRINGSHolland Bob Schrijber]], Johnny Kidd, Wrestling/MikeQuackenbush and Wrestling/NigelMcGuinness.

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Aleister Black (real name Thomas Budgen, born May 19, 1985) is a former UsefulNotes/{{kickbox|ing}}er turned {{professional wrestl|ing}}er hailing from Alkmaar, North Holland, UsefulNotes/TheNetherlands, who is currently a free agent appearing in Wrestling/AllEliteWrestling after being released by Wrestling/{{WWE}} on June 2, 2021. He has performed all over the world, most recently on the Wrestling/WWERaw brand. He was trained by Wrestling/ChrisHero, [[Characters/UniversalWrestlingFederationRINGSHolland Bob Schrijber]], Johnny Kidd, Wrestling/MikeQuackenbush and Wrestling/NigelMcGuinness.


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After being released from WWE, he showed up on the 7th of July episode of ''AEW Dynamite'' now going under the name Malakai Black.


Aleister Black (real name Thomas Budgen, born May 19, 1985) is a former UsefulNotes/{{kickbox|ing}}er turned {{professional wrestl|ing}}er hailing from Alkmaar, North Holland, UsefulNotes/TheNetherlands, currently signed to Wrestling/{{WWE}} and performing on the Wrestling/WWERaw brand, who has performed all around the world. He was trained by Wrestling/ChrisHero, [[Characters/UniversalWrestlingFederationRINGSHolland Bob Schrijber]], Johnny Kidd, Wrestling/MikeQuackenbush and Wrestling/NigelMcGuinness.

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Aleister Black (real name Thomas Budgen, born May 19, 1985) is a former UsefulNotes/{{kickbox|ing}}er turned {{professional wrestl|ing}}er hailing from Alkmaar, North Holland, UsefulNotes/TheNetherlands, who is currently signed to a free agent after being released by Wrestling/{{WWE}} and performing on June 2, 2021. He has performed all over the world, most recently on the Wrestling/WWERaw brand, who has performed all around the world.brand. He was trained by Wrestling/ChrisHero, [[Characters/UniversalWrestlingFederationRINGSHolland Bob Schrijber]], Johnny Kidd, Wrestling/MikeQuackenbush and Wrestling/NigelMcGuinness.


* EyeScream: A secondary victim in 2020 of Wrestling/SethRollins and his "Monday Night Messiah" obsession with eye-gouging (although in Black's case it was at the hands of old rival Murphy on Rollins' orders). The attack left Black with MismatchedEyes, one of his irises darkened from a light blue to black, and seems to have [[PhysicalScarsPsychologicalScars had an effect on his]] [[FaceHeelTurn mental state as well.]]

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* EyeScream: A secondary victim in 2020 of Wrestling/SethRollins and his "Monday Night Messiah" obsession with eye-gouging (although in Black's case it was at the hands of old rival Murphy on Rollins' orders). The attack left Black with MismatchedEyes, mismatched eyes, one of his irises darkened from a light blue to black, and seems to have [[PhysicalScarsPsychologicalScars had an effect on his]] [[FaceHeelTurn mental state as well.]]


-->-- "'''Root of All Evil'''", his Wrestling/{{WWE}} theme music

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-->-- "'''Root of All Evil'''", his former Wrestling/{{WWE}} theme music


* EyeScream: A secondary victim in 2020 of Wrestling/SethRollins and his "Monday Night Messiah" obsession with eye-gouging (although in Black's case it was at the hands of old rival Murphy on Rollins' orders). The attack left Black with MismatchedEyes, one of his irises darkened from a light blue to black, and seems to have [[PhysicalScarsPsychologicalScars had an effect on his]] [[FaceHeelTurn mental state as well.]]

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* EyeScream: A secondary victim in 2020 of Wrestling/SethRollins and his "Monday Night Messiah" obsession with eye-gouging (although in Black's case it was at the hands of old rival Murphy on Rollins' orders). The attack left Black with MismatchedEyes, one of his irises darkened from a light blue to black, and seems to have [[PhysicalScarsPsychologicalScars had an effect on his]] [[FaceHeelTurn mental state as well.]]


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* EyeScream: A secondary victim in 2020 of Wrestling/SethRollins and his "Monday Night Messiah" obsession with eye-gouging (although in Black's case it was at the hands of old rival Murphy on Rollins' orders). The attack left Black with MismatchedEyes, one of his irises darkened from a light blue to black, and seems to have [[PhysicalScarsPsychologicalScars had an effect on his]] [[FaceHeelTurn mental state as well.]]

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* EyeScream: A secondary victim in 2020 of Wrestling/SethRollins and his "Monday Night Messiah" obsession with eye-gouging (although in Black's case it was at the hands of old rival Murphy on Rollins' orders). The attack left Black with MismatchedEyes, one of his irises darkened from a light blue to black, and seems to have [[PhysicalScarsPsychologicalScars had an effect on his]] [[FaceHeelTurn mental state as well.]]


->-- "'''Root of All Evil'''", his Wrestling/{{WWE}} theme music

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->-- -->-- "'''Root of All Evil'''", his Wrestling/{{WWE}} theme music

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* FaceHeelTurn: On the August 24 episode of Raw, Black return in The Kevin Owens Show and attacked Wrestling/KevinOwens and turned heel first time in WWE.


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