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Michael Cuellari (born October 12, 1985), better known by the ring name QT Marshall, is an American professional wrestler signed to All Elite Wrestling (AEW) as a performer and producer. He is a co-owner and trainer of The Nightmare Factory (formerly known as One Fall Power Factory), a professional wrestling training facility, alongside Cody Rhodes and Glacier of Nightmare Family.[1][2]

During his career he has worked with several independent promotions, most notably having sporadic appearances in Ring of Honor (ROH), as well as four matches with WWE. He also was the focus of a documentary about his tryout for the WWE named The Wrestler: A Q.T. Marshall Story, which has won Best Documentary at the 2017 San Diego Comic-Con Film Festival.

Marshall was trained at the Monster Factory before making his debut in 2004.[3]

After sporadic appearances for Ring of Honor, Marshall gained an ROH contract by defeating Matt Taven, Antonio Thomas, and Vinny Marseglia in a Four Corner Survival Match at Boiling Point 2012.[4] Marshall was often paired with R.D. Evans as his manager or tag team partner as a comedy duo known as Marshall Law. Marshall made his last regular appearance for ROH in March 2016, teaming with Punisher Martinez to defeat Leon St. Giovanni and Shaheem Ali in a dark match.

Marshall made his NXT debut (though not signed to a contract) on September 18, 2013 under the name Michael Q. Laurie, a play on his birth name, losing to Aiden English.[5] On January 30, 2014, Marshall returned using his real name, teaming with John Icarino and losing to The Ascension.[6] Marshall made another NXT appearance in 2016, losing to Baron Corbin in just over a minute.[7] His last appearance came on March 29, 2017, going under the name Mike Marshall and teaming with Jonathan Ortagun to lose against the team of Otis Dozovic and Tucker Knight.[8]

Marshall returned to ROH at in July 2017, joining Ian Riccaboni and Colt Cabana on commentary during a match between Shane Taylor and Josh Woods. After the bout, Taylor attacked Woods at the behest of Marshall, who was revealed to be paying Taylor to do so.[9] At the August 26 TV tapings which aired in syndication over the weekend of September 23–24, Woods obtained his revenge by defeating Marshall in a regular match via submission to an ankle bar.[10] Marshall reappeared at the February 10, 2018 TV tapings, which broadcast on the weekend of March 10, at Center Stage in Atlanta, Georgia, participating in a Battle Royal qualifier for an opportunity at the ROH World Television Championship, during which he would accidentally strike Taylor, by whom he would then be promptly eliminated.[11]

In 2019, Marshall joined All Elite Wrestling (AEW) as a wrestler and associate producer.[12] He made his AEW in-ring debut teaming with Peter Avalon on AEW Dark, losing to Dustin Rhodes and Sonny Kiss. He later debuted on the main show, AEW Dynamite, teaming with Alex Reynolds and John Silver, losing to Trent, Chuck Taylor and Orange Cassidy.[13]

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