Hometown: Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Wrestling style: Amateur, MMA influenced, ground and pound.
Trainers: Aaron Idol, Scotty Mac, Davey Richards.
Years Wrestling: 2 years amateur, 4 years professional
Career Highlights: Pacific Cup Champion (2007) NWA Canadian Jr. Heavyweight
Top 3 Moves: Rolling butterfly suplex machine, Tornado DDT/Brainbuster,
Athletic Background: Growing up encouraged to pursue athletics of all
degrees. Hockey, Rugby, Football, Lacrosse, Kickboxing, Jiu-Jitsu, Snowboarding,
Choppin' wood. Briefly played rugby overseas in the European theater.
Training Philosophy: Practical training methods relatable to the sport
of wrestling. Circuit weight training with explosive, power and endurance
sets. Mixed Martial Artists are the best conditioned athletes in the
world, learning from them and instituting various 'caveman' training
methods have helped heighten my athletic prowess. Nutrition is half
the battle, "eat your vitamins" as someone once said...
1) Why did you want to be a pro wrestler?
I knew from a young age that pro-wrestling was where I wanted to be.
To excel and prove that I am among the best in the world through performance
and athleticism was always the goal.
2) Who are your heroes and/or role models and why?
Bret Hart, Toshiaki Kawada, Royce Gracie, Muhammad Ali. Their dedication
to always go above and beyond in their respective sports is very admirable,
3) What are you favorite TV shows, movies and music?
TV: Vancouver Canucks Hockey, The Ultimate fighter.
Movies: Rocky I-VI, Pulp Fiction, Casablanca, Braveheart, Fight Club,
Trainspotting, Teenage mutant ninja turtles, Zeitgeist
Music: Anything and everything, ranging from Ludvig Van Beethoven and
Pink Floyd to Metallica and 2pac.
4) What are your hobbies?
Hobbies include Training, cooking, eating, learning, reading, writing,
bettering myself and being the best wrestler I can possibly be.
5) What is the biggest obstacle or most challenging thing you've ever
Wrestling with and recovering from a torn MCL was difficult. My professional
career has been hindered by living with type 1 Diabetes. Leaving my
home, job, friends and family to pursue my dream of seeking greater
competition, challenges and performing on a grander stage. In the grand
scheme of things, these were all easy.
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