I dont know which one, but one of them works for Gateway Championship Wrestling (www.gatewaywrestling.com, only prob with profiles is that they are not even close to being up to date) and is a very talented performer.
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Altar Boy Luke and GQ Money are both XPW alumni. Luke learned his skills at XPW's school. He only started getting exposure in the last year and a half or so. Crazy spot and deathmatch type of guy. GQ Money on the other hand, i've never known him for his skills. Actually, I don't think i've ever actually seen him wrestle. He was in "The Enterprise" in XPW and was Kaos' manager. He's also gone by the names "Smiley Johnson", "Devilish" Lee Handsome and "Johnny Handsome"
GQ is also dating former XPW and current TNA worker Valentina. Her, him, and Kaos basically make up Hollywood Inc.
Originally posted by GrubbyLongJohnsHope I was able to help
So Money is th short bald one, Luke is the in-between one with short hair, and Webb is the tall, goony-looking one, right?
Hopefully they'll throw them all into a six-man X Division tag and we'll get a bunch of cool trainwreck spots. A match between them and Julio, Punk and Laree would have been pretty neat, or...Red and the SATs? Hey, I know Red is injured, but whatever happened to the SATs, anyway?
Originally posted by Karlos the JackalHey, I know Red is injured, but whatever happened to the SATs, anyway?
Wrestling in World Japan (Riki Choshu's dying fed) as Los Maximos.
There is a theory which states that if ever anyone discovers exactly what the Universe is for and why it is here, it will instantly disappear and be replaced by something even more bizarre and inexplicable. There is another theory which states that this has already happened. - The Restaurant at the End of the Universe
The most obvious fact here is that the IC title changed on all shows but three. As an addition, the belt wasn't defended in the 1996 show. Therefore, you have 11 title changes out of 13 times the belt had been defended in the past.