Thanks Dave Silverbrand for the clout.
I’ve wrestled in exactly 25 cities across 3 states, and those are just the ones I can remember.
Simi Valley, CA – done that ❤️
Chatsworth, CA – done that
Merced, CA – done that
Sacramento, CA – done that
Ontario, CA – done that
Bakersfield, CA – done that and hope I never go back
Moorpark, CA – done that
Oxnard, CA – done that
Brawley, CA – done that
Santa Ana, CA – done that
Santa Maria, CA – done that
Stanton, CA – done that
Anaheim, CA – done that
Westminster, CA – done that
Ferndale, CA – done that
Eureka, CA – been doing that ❤️
Los Angeles, CA – done that
Inglewood, CA – done that
Irvine, CA – done that
Costa Mesa, CA – done that
Portland, OR – done that
Auburn, WA – done that
Bell Gardens, CA – done that
Salem, OR – done that
Milwaukie, OR – done that
I even hit Crescent City for Jack Herrer and then I came back.
Since I spent a night in the hospital and 4 months on the shelf after a nasty bump in Ferndale, I’m grateful every day that my career is active. Never take that for granted. Take your career one bump at a time, no cocaine. It’s not a question of what’s next, but where’s next?
Last weekend, I made my NWWA debut in Milwaukie, OR. I lost after my opponent, Christopher Ryseck, hit me over the head with a chair while the referee was distracted. Pics below!
June 30 2018 marked the six year anniversary of my very first pro wrestling match.
I got to perform in front of a standing room only crowd that included some folks who were there in attendance for my debut on June 30 2012.
Best believe I took my moment.
05/13/2018- I wrestled Legacy Moro in a World Power Wrestling ring for the Sabroso Taco Fest at Portland Meadows in Portland, OR.
Portland Meadows is a dope venue, but it has the wackest security.
Security guard guarding the ring in the morning tried to stop me from getting in the ring to warm up. I had to show him my badge. I noticed he didn’t think twice about any of the LUCHADORS getting in the ring. Hmmmmmm, I wonder why that could be? Hmmmmmmm. None of us were in gimmick.
Then, after the last match had gone on and The Offspring took the stage, I walked past the ring to see little children running around in the canvas and climbing the turnbuckle! Judging by the way they moved in the ring, none of them had any sort of training that would qualify them to set foot in there. Where was security then????
On top of that, at one point, the security guard guarding catering told me my butt looked good in the tights. Unprofessional, but I’m not mad about it.
Photo taken on my way back home from the event.