I've been a referee for just over a year and a half now, and I love every minute
of it. I started getting interested in Wrestling when I was seven years old. I saw a WWF Magazine with Hulk Hogan on
the cover (which I still have to this day) holding the World Wrestling Federation Championship after defeating the
late Yokozuna at WrestleMania IX and I was hooked. After that, I started going to all the live events that came into Worcester
at The Centrum (now known as the DCU Center), and from that moment on I started thinking about being in the Wrestling business.
I met Donnie Rotten & Jay Jaillet in late 2004 during intermission of an event that was run by a local wrestling promoter.
After a lengthy conversation, we agreed that I would be able to train as a referee.
Of course, nervousness set in. I had my first match November 5, 2005 between The
Widowmaker vs. Freightrain, and from that match, I thought I would be just fine as a referee. Now it's May going into June
2007 and I never stop learning. As someone once told me, "You're only as good as the people who train you.", and right now,
I'd like to thank Donnie Rotten, "The Widowmaker" Eric Shred, Freightrain, Iron Eagle and Jay Jaillet, every promoter that
I currently or formerly worked for who gave me the chance to referee for them and to every performer; which include champions
and challengers, performers past, present and future, and to every person who have enjoyed seeing me work or has worked with