Test (Andrew James Robert Patrick Martin)
6 ft 6 in (198 cm)
285 lb (129 kg)
October 26, 1997
Date of Birth
March 17, 1975


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Andrew James Robert Patrick Martin, known by his ring name “Test,” was born on March 17, 1975, in Whitby, Ontario, Canada. With his tall stature and athletic physique, he quickly made a name for himself in the wrestling world.

Career History and Evolution

Test began his professional wrestling career in 1997 when he signed a contract with the World Wrestling Federation (WWF, now WWE). He was initially introduced as a bodyguard for the rock band Motley Crue during a performance on “Raw.”
In 1999, Test’s career started gaining traction when he became involved in a storyline with Stephanie McMahon, leading to a significant match with Shane McMahon at SummerSlam. Over the years, Test was involved in several significant storylines and groups, including The Corporation, The Union, and T & A with his tag partner, Albert.
He wrestled with WWE until 2004, then joined the independent circuit for two years before making a brief return to WWE in 2006-2007. After his WWE career, Test also had a stint in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) in 2007-2008.

Titles and Achievements

Test had a successful career in terms of championships. He was a two-time Hardcore Champion, a one-time European Champion, and a one-time Intercontinental Champion. Additionally, he held the WWF Tag Team Championship with his partner Booker T.

Biggest Matches and Rivalries

One of Test’s most significant feuds was with Shane McMahon in 1999, culminating in a “Love Her or Leave Her” Greenwich Street Fight at SummerSlam, which Test won. Another memorable rivalry was with Edge and Christian while he was teaming with Albert in T&A, as well as his feud with Scott Steiner over the managerial services of Stacy Keibler.

Tag Team Partners

Test had several tag team partners throughout his career, including Booker T, with whom he won the WWF Tag Team Championship, and Albert, with whom he formed T&A.

Family Life

Test kept his personal life private and was not married or known to have any children. Sadly, he passed away in 2009 at the young age of 33 due to an accidental overdose of oxycodone.

Finishing Move

Test’s finishing move was the “Test Drive” (a swinging neck breaker) or the “Big Boot,” a move that utilized his impressive height and strength.

Clothing and Entrance Music

Test was typically seen wearing black or white wrestling pants with the word “Test” written on the front. His entrance theme in the WWE was “This Is a Test” by Jim Johnston, a hard rock track that amped up the crowd as he made his way to the ring.
Despite his career being cut short, Test left a lasting impression on the wrestling world with his impressive in-ring skills, his ability to engage the crowd, and his memorable storylines and feuds. His legacy in wrestling continues to be remembered by fans worldwide.