Cameron Grimes Net Worth: Trevor Lee Caddell, best known by his ring as Trevor Lee, is an American professional wrestler who competes in the WWE. At the moment, he is signed to WWE, where he performs for their NXT brand under the ring name Cameron Grimes, and is the current Million Dollar Champion, having just completed his first reign as such.
In professional wrestling, he is most well-known for his time spent in Impact Wrestling and the Pro Wrestling Guerilla (PWG), where he performed under the ring name Trevor Lee. The former three-time Impact X Division Champion, one-time TNA World Tag Team Champion with Brian Myers, and one-time PWG Tag Team Champion with Andrew Everett have all competed in the professional wrestling industry.
After receiving training from Jeff Hardy and Matt Hardy, Lee wrestled for a number of independent promotions, including Global Force Wrestling, OMEGA Championship Wrestling, and PWG, before making his national debut for Impact Wrestling in 2015. Lee has wrestled for Impact Wrestling since 2015.
Caddell began his professional wrestling career in North Carolina, where he worked for a number of indie organizations under the ring name Trevor Lee, beginning with CWF-Mid Atlantic. He subsequently made his professional wrestling debut with Pro Wrestling Guerrilla (PWG) on March 28, 2014, at Mystery Vortex II, where he was defeated by Andrew Everett in a three-way match that also included Cedric Alexander.
Lee, on the other hand, earned a significant boost in the PWG, where he defeated some of the promotion’s biggest names. At Eleven on July 26, 2014, Lee scored a major upset victory by defeating three-time PWG World Champion Kevin Steen in Steen’s final match for the organization.
Lee was one of 24 people that took part in the Battle of Los Angeles event held in 2014. Lee beat Cedric Alexander in the first round and Michael Elgin in the quarter-finals before falling to Johnny Gargano in the semi-finals of the WWE World Heavyweight Championship. On October 17, 2014, at Untitled II, Lee beat Adam Cole, who had been the PWG World Champion for the longest period of time in the title’s history.
Lee beat yet another PWG World Champion, Chris Hero, on December 12, 2014, at the Black Cole Sun event in Las Vegas. On February 27, 2015, at From Out of Nowhere, Lee was given his first opportunity to compete for the PWG World Championship against Roderick Strong, but he was unable to capitalize on the opportunity.
PWG World Tag Team Champions The Beaver Boys (Alex Reynolds and John Silver) defeated Lee and Andrew Everett in the finals of the 2015 DDT4 tournament on May 22, 2015, to win the tournament and also capture the PWG World Tag Team Championship.
On June 26, 2015, at Mystery Vortex III, Lee and Everett lost the PWG World Tag Team Championship to The Young Bucks, following outside intervention from PWG World Champion, Roderick Strong.