I began training at the CHIKARA Wrestle Factory in Philadelphia on January 7, 2016.
I am trained in many styles of professional wrestling, including American, European, and Mexican lucha libre. I pride myself in being adaptable to my opponents due to the wealth of knowledge given to me by my trainers.
One of the simple truths of professional wrestling is that one should never stop learning. To that end I still attend classes at the Wrestle Factory, and have sought out and enrolled in various seminars to improve my skills, including those run by Ring of Honor’s Brutal Bob Evans and Michinoku Pro’s Dick Togo.
I’ve done singles matches, 4-way elimination matches, tag matches, trios matches, intergender matches, 4-corner tag matches, battle royals, and on several occasions, have put together matches with opponents who speak very little English.
My style encompasses a variety of high-flying and lucha libre techniques. I am, what some would call, a risk-taker.
Wrestling as a performance art has evolved from the macho tough-guy schtick of its carnival roots, but it never hurts to bring a bit of aggression to the fight.