Alex Gibson is a professional wrestler better known as "Soulman" Alex G. He is one of the 2 trainers who trained the former United States champion "MVP".
On May 5, 1995, Soulman made an appearance at the War Memorial Auditorium for Extreme Championship Wrestling in a losing effort against Joe Malenko. Other promotions that he has worked for include World Championship Wrestling, the Global Wrestling Alliance (an outlaw promotion of the Global Wrestling Federation) in Florida, World Class Championship Wrestling in Texas, Union of Wrestling Forces International in Japan, Future of Wrestling, Four Star Championship Wrestling, Nick Mayberry's Hardkore Championship Wrestling, Florida Championship Wrestling, as well as numerous tours of Mexico, Puerto Rico (World Wrestling Council), and Japan.
Alex G is regarded as one of the best wrestling trainers in Florida. As a trainer, he worked in several schools alongside other wrestlers such as Duke "The Dumpster" Droese, "Screamin'" Norman Smiley, Bruno Sassi, and Rusty Brooks. He is currently a trainer at Coastal Championship Wrestling's "Bodyslam University."
He has been responsible for training several wrestlers who have been to or are currently in World Wrestling Entertainment's Deep South Wrestling, LLC territory, such as former DSW Champion Ryan O'Reilly, and SmackDown! wrestler Montel Vontavious Porter. He also had a hand in training several popular mainstays on the Florida independent scene including Chris Jones, Logan Casey, Ken Thiessen, Norge Alvarez, Big Japan Pro Wrestling star Craig Classic, The Lifeguards (Daron Smythe & Wade Kovely), and the tag team of "The Modern Day Theory" Scott Commodity and Preston James. The latter two recently appeared in a match against Lance Cade and Trevor Murdoch on an edition of Sunday Night Heat for World Wrestling Entertainment.
On February 4, 2006, he debuted in Nick Mayberry's Hardkore Championship Wrestling, by taking part in The Incredible 8 Tournament. There he lost to Rusty Brooks' son Jeff "J-Dawg" Brooks in opening round action.
On August 12, 2006 at "Summer Heat," the Cash Money Brothers faced off against CCW tag team champions The Syrian Slasher and American Taliban, managed by Snakemaster Abudadein. The match ended when Abudadein had thrown a pair of brass knuckles into the ring with the intention of his wrestlers to use them, but Alex G. picked them up, knocked Slasher out when the referee was distracted, concealed the knux under his arm, then pinned him for the three. However, when celebrating the victory, the knux fell out from under G.'s arm, leading the referee to discover them and reverse the decision. Despite the Soul Man's insistence that Abudadein had thrown it in the ring, the referee's decsion stood, keeping the belts around the waists of the champions.
On October 27, 2006 at Division 1 Pro Wrestling's first show in Davie, Florida, "Open For Business", "Cash Money" Alex G teamed with parter, "Big Money" Ram, to take on the Black Market for the then vacant D1PW Tag Team Championships. The Black Market went on to defeat the Cash Money Brothers, and praised them for their efforts after the match. The Cash Money Brothers have faced more defeat in Division 1 Pro Wrestling having lost to the Lifeguards at the Hialeah Fleamarket on November 25th, 2006 and The Heartbreak Express on January 6th due to interference from Amy Vitale.