G: What league are you with?
C: I am in independent contractor, I wrestle for many promoters.
G: How old are you?
G: Are you a face or a heel in your matches?
C: I usually play the heel, but sometimes a babyface.
G: How long have you been wrestling?
C: Since I was 16.
G: How long have you been interested in wrestling?
C: I always loved wrestling. I remember watching it on TV when I was 3 or 4 and really loved it.
G: How did you get into the business?
C: I grew up in Tennessee, and I was dating a girl, whose father opened a wrestling school there. I began to go there, and then started there at his wrestling school. My mom used to own the Owensboro Sports Area, and I would see Tojo Yamamoto and Lynn Roxey wrestle. I wrested with Tracy Smothers and the Wide Eyed Southern Boys. I have been on WWE TV. I wrestle in Tennessee, Kentucky, Indiana and Illinois. I have wrestled with R & R Express, Ronnie Travis, Sheldon Benjamin, and the Young Rockers.
G: What about injuries?
C: Over the years, I have had 14 concussions and post-concussion syndrome in 2003. In 1989, I had two surgeries in seven days; I had a broken right wrist and left elbow, ankle problems, two fractured kneecaps, and some problems with bone spurs and nerves in my hand. In 2009, I had a lat dorsi tear from pile drivers, T-1, T-6 back problems, compressed nerves in my back, and a doc recommended vertebra fusion. I have not done that yet. Anybody thinks wrestling is fake is crazy.
G: Do you have any groupies?
C: Everyone thinks groupies are for, you know. Maybe this was true in the early days. They (people) do not realize that they give us rides to shows, a place to stay, or meals. This has all changed now and groupies are pretty much phased out.
G: How is your wrestling schedule now?
C: I have had no work in two to three months. These young guys are wrestling for free or working for chump change now, so I have had no work. I still workout, especially to maintain my cardio.