Matthew Bloom is an American professional wrestler under contract to WWE where he performs as Tensai on their Raw
Bloom, a former NFL player, is perhaps best remembered for his body hair and piercings. He debuted as Prince Albert in 1999
and joined a short-lived trio that went by the name "the Pierced Pals." After the group disbanded, Albert formed a team
with Test. Managed by the seductive Trish Stratus, these two big men were known as T & A.
In 2001, Albert formed an alliance with X-Pac and Justin Credible, known as X-Factor. When the group separated, Albert
teamed with Scotty 2 Hotty. Dubbed the "Hip Hop Hippo," the team lasted until April 2002. In late 2002, Albert formed
the most powerful alliance of his career. Now billed as A-Train, he was paired with Big Show and Paul Heyman. In singles
competition, A-Train faced The Undertaker at SummerSlam 2003 and continues to appear on SmackDown until he was
traded to Raw during the March 2004 Draft Lottery. That November, this pierced powerhouse parted ways with WWE.