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Matt Capiccioni in "WWE Tough Enough"
Matt Capiccioni WWE Tough Enough
Matt Capiccioni from "WWE Tough Enough," who's also known by his ring names M-Dogg 20, Matt Cross, and Spartan 3000, is one of the contestants in the USA Network reality wrestling competition series.

Matt Capiccioni ("WWE Tough Enough"), 30, is an independent wrestler with nine years of independent circuit experience from Brecksville, Ohio. He has wrestled in sixteen countries and hopes to win "WWE Tough Enough" and a WWE contract so he "can have a fun job." "You can see the world in spandex and
smash things," he explains.

Matt discovered his athleticism as a competitive gymnast for ten years. He went on to win two gold medals at the 1999 AAU Junior Olympics for gymnastics. Matt received a BA in Communications from Cleveland State University and currently resides in his hometown. Matt is also a strong supporter of the "Straight Edge" movement.

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How tall is Matt Capiccioni? How old is Matt Capiccioni? Where does Matt Capiccioni live? Find out here.

Age: 35 years old
Birthday: December 31, 1980
Height: 5' 7"
Weight: 177 lbs.
Nickname: Spartan 3000
M-Dogg 20
Matt Cross
Full Name / Real Name: Matthew Capiccioni
Birthplace: Cleveland, OH
Hometown: Brecksville, OH
Current Residence: Brecksville, OH

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