Mark Andrews (born 25 January 1992) is a Welsh professional wrestler and musician. Mark started wrestling in 2006 at the age of 13 and has since performed all across Europe, Canada and the United States.
He is most well known for his time in WWE where he performed on NXT UK, NXT, RAW and 205 Live.
Andrews was one of the first Welsh Champions in WWE history alongside tag team partner Flash Morgan Webster. They accomplished this on August 31st 2019, competing in his home town at Motorpoint Arena in Cardiff.
He is also known for his time in Impact Wrestling (TNA) under the ring name Mandrews, after winning the reality TV show ‘British Boot Camp’ on Challenge TV in 2014.
Mark’s musical career began in 2013 with his pop punk band Junior. They have since recorded and released 2 studio albums (Juniorland and Beautiful Life) and toured across the UK multiple times. In 2015 they performed on the Dogtooth Stage at Download Festival followed later that year by a five day tour of Canada.
Alongside performing in ring and on stage, Mark hosts the ‘Love Letter To Wrestling’ Podcast on BBC Sounds, and owns and directs the Cardiff based independent wrestling company ATTACK! Pro Wrestling.