Kid Fury

 

What’s your Booking Information?
My email Address, Facebook Fan page

In which city do you live?
I currently live in Phoenix Arizona.

How long have you been in the business?
6 years in Pro Wrestling.

What made you want to get into the business?
When I was a child, I always enjoyed watching wrestling with my father and older brother in my house hold. What made me want to be a wrestler was watching 2 great WWE wrestlers going head to head at WrestleMania 12 between Bret the Hit Man Hart Vs The Heart Break Kid Shawn Michaels in a classic iron Man match, I was excited to see those 2 give it their all. It made me feel like I wanted to do something challenging and grow up to be a success in wrestling.

Where did you learn to wrestle?

My First Wrestling Coach was Vince Vega in 2011. I was taught how to learn the basics and learn the ins and outs of the wrestling business. My second wrestling school was AWF Arizona Wrestling Federation.

Why are you still a wrestler?
I mainly do it for fun but in the future, I would like to make it in the WWE and be a great WWE Superstar and travel to great events and wrestle top talented wrestlers in the Long Run.

What are your signature moves?
Signature moves would be the three emigos, frog splash and No Kids for you.

What are your finishers?

My finishers consist of the Omega driver, inverted high buster and Osaka Street Cutter.

What promotions have you wrestled for?
I wrestled for WMS Wrestling Mayhem Society,N.O.W. Number One Wrestling,EHW, Lucha Libre Pro and Lucha Libre Voz.

What injuries have you sustained?
I haven’t had any injuries in my wrestling career.

Are you mainly considered a face or a heel?
I’m more like a Heel.

Who are the indy wrestlers you look up to? Why?
Teddy Hart because his wrestling skills are very phenomenal when he performs in front of a large audience. Shawn Michaels because to me, he is a great entertainer and a showmen and give 100 and 10 perfect to be at his best.

What are your favorite promotions to work for?
Lucha libre Pro and Lucha Libre Voz.

What style do you do? More like a cruiserweight style.
Are you a high flyer? Yes
Are you old school? No but love to wrestle and learn that style someday.

Tell us about your first match. In WMS. I had a triple threat match of myself, Rodney Banks and Adam Pain. The match was under 15 to 16 minutes long, I felt like the 3 of us worked as a unit, it was my first match which was nerve wrecking but all and all I had fun, did spots,take moves and did my best.

Tell us about your most memorable match?
So 2 years ago, I wrestled for Lucha Libre Pro. My opponent was Phoenix Boy, there was a little problem where he didn’t speak English. I was worried that our match wouldn’t be that great since I don’t know how to speak Spanish. I know how to wrestle in the lucha style which was a big plus but I thought to myself that our match would not be so good. Before we were going to be the opener at the show, the promoter told Phoenix boy just to free style the match, kinda like a shoot. So our match started in the beginning of the show, we were shooting during the match and it went well. The match was about 10 minutes, we did our best and it came out decent.

Why was it memorable?
For me, I didn’t know how to communicate in Spanish but when we got in the ring we did our absolute best to pleased the crowd.

What do your friends and family think of you wrestling?
My dad isn’t very fond of me wrestling. He believes I’m wasting my time and do something more important other than wrestling. My dad doesn’t like wrestling that much but watches UFC a lot. My friends want me to be happy and do my best when it comes to wrestling.

What do you do to pay the bills?
I Work at Walmart

How far do you want to take your wrestling?
I would like to travel more and wrestle for big promotions such as Ring Of Honor, TNA Impact or WWE, that’s my goal.

If you could change anything about indy wrestling or how people perceive pro wrestling, what would you change and why?
I wouldn’t change a thing, people have their own opinions and views about wrestling, I just focus on me and my career.

Complete the following sentence: If I don’t make it to the WWE, I’ll _

I would still do Indy wrestling and if one day I fall out of wrestling then I would do something else like go and get a good career and do graphic design_in animation.

And complete one more sentence:
If I wasn’t a wrestler, I would be a graphic designer and make cartoons for kids___.

What do you want to be known for in the business?
Having the best matches around the Indy circuit.

What do you want to be known for in life?
Just as a good person.

What’s the best thing about being a wrestler?
Learning from wrestlers, getting advice and having the fans appreciate your work.

What’s the worst thing about being a wrestler?
Nothing, I haven’t a bad experience except I got power bomb hard on the mat and thought I was a little bit paralyzed and was hurting about a week lol.

If you could go back in time, what advice would you give yourself as you were starting out in the business?
Travel more and work harder to become the best.

What advice would you give others just starting out in the business?
Focus only on you and don’t let people take away your dreams.

At what point in time will you know that it’s time to hang up the trunks?
Maybe when I’m in my late 30’s. I would want to start a family.

What’s been the largest crowd you’ve ever wrestled for?
300 to 400 fans

What’s the smallest crowd you’ve ever wrestled for?
50 people.

How do you handle overzealous fans?
Like I said the fans have there own opinions and views. Let the haters hate.

How do you handle the haters?
Nope lol let them hate

What’s the best advice you’ve been given by someone else in the business?
Always be hungry for the business you love and always train to become a skilled wrestler.