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Anyone know what happened to this guy? He was supposed to be the next big thing in the 90's.
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    Originally posted by CHIKARA Pro FAQ (chikarapro.com)
    Q: Whatever happened to Mister ZERO/Dragonfly/Don Montoya/Jolly Roger/BlackJack Marciano/Marshal Law/DJ Skittlez/Private Eye/Rorschach/Tom "Reckless Youth" Carter?
    A: All of these wrestlers have left the business due to injury, personal committments and other whatnot. None of them are dead.
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#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.53
Oh sure, but you welcome the message board-unsavvy misanthrope with open arms. I guess you did google that for him.

Reckless Youth probably became cautious and responsible in his 30s, is my not helpful answer. My helpful one: much like similar-respected-but-never-deemed-major-league indy dudes Mike Modest and Donovan Morgan did with Pro Wrestling IRON, Reckless Youth transitioned to being a trainer and running a wrestling school with Mike Quackenbush, then turning/combining the school into a promotion called Chikara -- which I suppose is kind of a relatively big deal and the second most notable indy after Ring of Honor (and TNA lol). Evidently he's no longer involved with them based on that FAQ.

Admittedly I got this from googling too.
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#4 Posted on | Instant Rating: 0.31
    Originally posted by JustinShapiro
    Oh sure, but you welcome the message board-unsavvy misanthrope with open arms. I guess you did google that for him.

    Reckless Youth probably became cautious and responsible in his 30s, is my not helpful answer. My helpful one: much like similar-respected-bu​t-never-deemed-major-league indy dudes Mike Modest and Donovan Morgan did with Pro Wrestling IRON, Reckless Youth transitioned to being a trainer and running a wrestling school with Mike Quackenbush, then turning/combining the school into a promotion called Chikara -- which I suppose is kind of a relatively big deal and the second most notable indy after Ring of Honor (and TNA lol). Evidently he's no longer involved with them based on that FAQ.

    Admittedly I got this from googling too.



Thanks.

Isn't PWG a bigger indie than Chikara though?
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#5 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.23

It probably depends on your perspective and/or biases.

East Coasters will prob say Chikara.

West Coasters will prob say PWG.

PWG seems to have "bigger indy stars" on a regular basis, but Chikara has a more cohesive (if it's your thing) storytelling process plus has the comedy.

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#6 Posted on | Instant Rating: 0.31
    Originally posted by odessasteps

    It probably depends on your perspective and/or biases.

    East Coasters will prob say Chikara.

    West Coasters will prob say PWG.

    PWG seems to have "bigger indy stars" on a regular basis, but Chikara has a more cohesive (if it's your thing) storytelling process plus has the comedy.

    disclaimer: former Chikara advertiser


From what I've seen Chikara is the more entertaining of the two. I just know back when I was DVD trading it was a lot easier to get PWG stuff.
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