Published on January 14, 2012 by Amy
Travis David Tomko (born March 23, 1976) is an American professional wrestler, known by his ring name Tomko, who most recently worked for Total Nonstop Action Wrestling, where he previously was a member of Christian’s Coalition and the Angle Alliance and often worked alongside A.J. Styles. He was also notable for his time in World Wrestling Entertainment as Tyson Tomko. Tomko is an accomplished tag team wrestler, having won tag team championships in TNA Wrestling (with Styles), Ohio Valley Wrestling (with Seven), and New Japan Pro Wrestling (with Giant Bernard).
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Prior to his wrestling debut, Tomko served as a bodyguard to nu metal band Limp Bizkit. He appeared in their 2000 music video for “My Generation.
On October 11, 2011, Tomko was arrested on robbery charges, after allegedly robbing 210 tablets of Oxycodone from a CVS Pharmacy. Tomko reportedly went into the pharmacy several days in a row to ask for oxycodone. According to the police report, on Monday October 10, 2011, he allegedly walked up to the pharmacy consultation desk and demanded that a pharmacist give him all of the oxycodone in the safe. Tomko is alleged to have said, “Do not make me hurt you,” with his hand was beneath his shirt, pointing something at the pharmacist, according to the pharmacist’s statement.
The pharmacist gave three bottles of oxycodone to Tomko, who took them and walked out the door, the report said. Tomko then went to a nearby Chili’s restaurant, where he allegedly injected 178 “crushed up and melted down” pills into his system while spending 30-40 minutes in a restroom. Deputies arrested Tomko later in the day. Tomko posted bail on October 20 to enter a WWE-sponsored rehab.