"Superstar" Sean Davis

"Fabulous" Phil Davis 
Every Woman's Dream Billed From Every Woman's Dream
5'11" Height 6'1"
320 lbs. Weight 230 lbs.
February 1997 Debut February 1997
Tommy Rogers 
Brett Wayne Sawyer
Trained By Tommy Rogers 
Brett Wayne Sawyer
The Heartbreaker
(Double Back Slingshot Suplex)
Finishing Move The Heartbreaker
(Double Back Slingshot Suplex)
Short Arm Clothesline, Michinoku Driver, Hangman Neckbreaker Favorite Moves Super Plex, Vertical Suplex, Swinging Neckbreaker
Notable Opponents
Tully Blanchard, The Rock N Roll Express, Brad Armstrong, Bullet Bob Armstrong, Steve Armstrong, Dennis Condrey, Marty Janetty, Glacier, Abdullah the Butcher, Osamu Nishimura, Takemura, Dory Funk Jr, Larry Zybysko, George "The Animal" Steel, Pat Tanaka, Mike Graham, Barry Horowitz, Alex Pourteau, Classic Colt Cabana, Christopher Street Connection, Spanky Brian Kendrick, Jamie Noble
Titles Held
AWA World Tag Team Titles, Full Impact Pro Tag Team Titles, World 1 South Tag Team Titles (Formerly AWA Spinebuster Georgia Tag Team Titles) , SCW Florida Tag Team Titles, New Breed Pro Wrestling Tag Team Titles, New School Wrestling Tag Team Titles, USCW Tag Team Titles, Caribbean Tag Team Titles, SPWF Tag Team Titles, POW Tag Team Titles, Southern Outlaw Wrestling Tag Team Titles, CWA Tag Team Titles
Most Notable Accomplishment
Winning the FIP Tag Team Titles
The Heartbreak Express have been with Full Impact Pro since it's very first show on August 2, 2003 in St Petersburg, Florida.

They spent most of 2003 and the beginning of 2004 feuding with the team of Bruno Sassi and Big Tilly known as Phi Delta Slam. They also had notable matches in April 2004 against Mexican legends Halloween and Damian 666.

In September 2004 FIP re-launched itself under the direction of Ring of Honor's Gabe Sapolsky. The Heartbreak Express were very proud to be among the very few of the original FIP roster to be signed by the new regime.

This began the greatest learning period in the career of Sean and Phil as suddenly they were matched up against not just the best talent in Florida but the best in the entire world. They knew that if they could not hang with this new influx of talent that they would be quickly dropped from the FIP roster. While their win/loss record was not very good The Heartbreak Express always made a memorable impression in every match they were in and had good showings against nationally known Ring of Honor teams like The Carnage Crew and The Ringcrew Express of Dunn and Marcos. They also were honored to be invited to represent FIP at Ring of Honor on four separate events in 2005. These were definitely the biggest shows in the career of the Heartbreak Express and they have made it known that their immediate goal is to return to Ring of Honor someday soon when they feel they are ready to take over the tag team scene there as they have in FIP.

On September 2, 2005 The Heartbreak Express scored the biggest win of their lives as they
defeated "Spanky" Brian Kendrick and Sal Rinauro to become the FIP Tag Team Champions.

Since then they have been joined by manager So Cal Val and bodyguard Kory Chavis and with their help have managed to hold onto the tag team titles now for several months.

Here is the championship record of The Heartbreak Express in Full Impact Pro as of May 2006:

September 2, 2005 
The Heartbreak Express scored the upset over Spanky Brian Kendrick & Sal Rinauro to win the FIP Tag Team Titles.

September 3, 2005
FIP Tag Team Title #1 Contender Gauntlet Match
New FIP Tag Team Champions, The Heartbreak Express, came out for an interview and said they would determine the #1 contenders by setting a tag team gauntlet. Results of the gauntlet saw:

Sal Rinauro & Seth Delay defeated Bruce Steele & LaDuke Jakes
Jerrelle Clark & Jay Fury defeated Rinauro & Delay
Clark & Fury defeated Steve Madison & Erick Stevens
Evan Starsmore & Jaison Moore defeated Clark & Fury

FIP Tag Team Title Match
The Heartbreak Express defeated Starsmore & Moore. 

October 10, 2005
FIP Tag Team Title Match
The Heartbreak Express defeated Dunn & Marcos

October 11, 2005
FIP Tag Team Title Match
Colt Cabana & Sal Rinauro defeated The Heartbreak Express with So Cal Val by DQ so The Heartbreak Express retain the titles.

November 11, 2005
FIP Tag Team Title Match
The Heartbreak Express w/ So Cal Val defeated Sal Rinauro & Davey Andrews

November 12, 2005
Sal Rinauro pinned Phil Davis w/ Sean Davis & So Cal Val.

December 9, 2005
FIP Tag Team Title Match
The Heartbreak Express w/ So Cal Val & Korey Chavis retained the FIP Tag Team titles against Adam Pearce w/ Dave Prazak & Azrieal 

December 10, 2005 
Non-Title Match
Masked Fippers #7 & #8 defeated FIP Tag Team Champions The Heartbreak Excpress w/ So Cal Val & Kory Chavis. After the match, The Fippers unmasked to reveal they were indeed Cabana & Rinauro to a big pop. Cabana then challenged The Heartbreak Express to a title match on next month's FIP shows.

January 6, 2006
FIP Tag Team Championship Match - No DQ
The Heartbreak Express with So Cal Val & Kory Chavis defeated Colt Cabana & Sal Rinauro 

January 7, 2006
Six Man Tag Team Action
Chasyn Rance, Seth Delay & Benny Blanco defeated FIP Tag Team Champions The Heartbreak Express & Kory Chavis w/ So Cal Val

January 20, 2006
FIP Tag Team Title Match
Chasyn Rance & Seth Delay defeated The Heartbreak Express (w/ So Cal Val) by DQ

February 17 2006
Non-Title Match
FIP Tag Team Champions The Heartbreak Express with So Cal Val & Kory Chavis defeated Jaison Moore & Pretty Fly

February 18, 2006
FIP Tag Team Title Match
The Heartbreak Express w/ So Cal Val & Kory Chavis defeated Chasyn Rance & Seth Delay

March 3, 2006
FIP Tag team title Match
The Heartbreak Express w/ So Cal Val and Kory Chavis defeated Fast & Furious (Jerelle Clark and Jay Fury)


March 11, 2006
FIP Tag Team Title Match
Scott Commodity & Preston James defeated FIP Tag Team Champions The Heartbreak Express w/ So Cal Val & Kory Chavis by DQ. 

March 17, 2006
Non-title Match
The Heartbreak Express defeated Masked Fipper #12 & Alex Pourteau

March 18, 2006
FIP Tag Team Title Match
The Heartbreak Express with So Cal Val defeated Seth Delay & Chasyn Rance 

April 7, 2006 
Three Way Tag Team Match
Black Market won a three-way over FIP Tag Team Champions The Heartbreak Express and the team of Seth Delay & Chasyn Rance. Black Market thought they had the belts won, but HBX's manager So Cal Val said that they did not win the titles because they did not defeat the champions.

April 8, 2006
Non-Title Match
Black Market defeated FIP Tag Team Champions The Heartbreak Express with So Cal Val

April 15, 2006
FIP Tag Team Title Match
Black Market defeated The Heartbreak Express w/ So Cal Val by DQ 
Other Notable Accomplishments
Holding the SCW Florida Tag Team Titles for 17 Months
The Heartbreak Express won the SCW Tag Titles in September 2004 by beating their arch rivals The Hellraizers in a bloody battle.

They then defended their titles for the next 17 months against the top teams of central Florida and also defeated legendary tag team Ricky Morton and Robert Gibson "The Rock N Roll Express"


Holding the AWA Spinebuster Tag Team Titles (Now the World 1 South Tag Team Titles) for over a year
The Heartbreak Express won these nationally known titles in March of 2005 and have since defended their titles all over Georgia, Florida and even as far North as Philadelphia, PA.

They have had their most heated feud over the belts with the Legendary Armstrong Family taking on Bullet Bob, Brad and Steve in various combinations. 

They have also done battle with the likes of Glacier, Dennis Condrey, Marty Jannetty and Tully Blanchard in their tenure as champions.

Being a part of the CHIKARA Tag World Grand Prix 2006 
This ultimate tag team tournament took place over three nights in Pennsylvania in February of 2006.

Over 32 teams from around the world were invited to be a part of this incredible event and The Heartbreak Express were so proud to be among the elite invited to compete.

They were eliminated from the tournament by the New Japan representatives in the tournament in the team of Nishimura and Takemura. This was a huge match for the Heartbreak Express as it was one of their biggest tests to date and it also gave them new found exposure as this match was shown on Samurai TV in Japan.