It was a great year. Alot of great things
happened personally and professionally in 2005. Alot of battles were won in the ring and out. 2006 looks to be
an even better year. There are people in this world that will do anything in their power to bring you down out of jealousy and
fear. Don't ever give up. Life is full of hypocrites and liars, but the overall nature of people in general is
good. It is because of those qualities of people in general that the low-life scum of this world get what they
deserve. Karma is a real and incredible force in this world and luckily for all of us, it is never screwed over by an
incompetent justice system or a shady politician. Karma rules supreme over the planet earth and it is an undefeated,
unbeatable champion. When I look back on 2005, I think about Karma and how it affects everyone good and bad. I
remember a bible verse that says something like....What you sow, that shall you also reap. That is a great lesson learned
in life. I, like everyone, have experienced both the good and bad aspects of Karma, but I will gladly take the good
along with the bad because it is the only thing that is true and fair. Other than a wrestling referee. LOL
I wish everyone a merry christmas and a happy new year and may 2006 be an even better year than 2005! Take care, everyone.
SDW = South Dakota Wrestling
Not really. It's still Steel Domain wrestling,
but it was awesome to work in front of such a great crowd! The show improved from last years show in Brookings.
It was also very cool to meet all the legends current and past that were at the show. I also want to promote Sheik Adnan
Alkaissy's new book. It is an incredible story about an incredible person. I couldn't put his book down, once
I started it. Overall, an incredible weekend, and hopefully, some even better things will be ahead!
Midwest Pro Wrestling closes its doors!
Wow? This was really a surprise to
me as well as everyone else in the midwest independent wrestling scene. I will miss working for MPW in front of
their fans and working with all of the MPW talent roster. Good luck to everyone at MPW. I want to thank Shifty,
Sheriff and Arik Cannon for booking me and making me feel welcome at the MPW arena. I also want to thank everyone I
worked with at MPW. Thanks for making me look good! Also, i'd like to thank my manager, Strange Brownie, for always
being right on the money for everything. He improved a ton as a manager during the past year or so. It was fun,
everyone! Good luck to all of you and I hope to see everyone again!
OVW/WWE Invitational Tryout Camp!
Wow! What an experience! I really don't even know where to begin? I'd like to thank all the trainers
and OVW/WWE developmental talent that worked with us during the 3 day camp. It was tremendous. I learned alot! It was quite
an eye-opening experience. 7 years in the business, and I now realize that I didn't know half as much as I thought I did?
It was truely a humbling and extremely effective learning experience.
350 applicants applied
for the camp and only 32 were accepted and invited to the camp. 2 quit on the first day because it was too rough. I feel honored
that I was accepted to the camp and would love to return to Louisville for more training. Time will tell if that is a possiblity
or not? Dr. Tom Pritchard, Jim Cornette, Danny Davis, and Rip Rogers were all tremendous and have as they say, "1,000 years
of experience between them"! The whole camp was run very professionally and was very well planned out. It was truely one of
the smartest decisions I have ever made by attending this camp and hopefully, I can retain some of the knowledge they gave
us and I can apply it to my matches. I would recommend anyone that has the right look, is young enough, and has the love for
the business to apply to go to the next camp, and if you are accpeted, to defenantly attend! It is well worth the time and