1. When did you become a fan of wrestling?
I’ve been a wrestling fan as long as I can remember. I remember sitting in front of the TV at six or seven years old watching wrestling on the weekends.
2- Who do you watch that inspired you to want to become a wrestler?
As a kid I really identified with the cocky heels. Guys like Rick Martel, Curt Hennig, Rick Rude. I always thought they were cool. Later on I really enjoyed the work of William Regal and Dean Malenko.
3. Where did you go to learn to be a wrestler?
I went to WWA4 in Atlanta, GA. I drove back and forth from SC to Atlanta five nights a week for over a year.
4. Who helped you a lot when you were training to be a wrestler?
Mostly Mr Hughes my trainer. I was also lucky enough to have guest trainers such as Mark Jindrak and Glacier stop in and offer advice. I was a part of a strong training class that consisted of Heath Slater, Jonathan Gresham, The Cutter Brothers and others so there was a lot of guys to feed off of and learn together.
5. When did you make your in ring debut?
I’m not even sure. Sometime in 06 or 07. I started doing shows put on by the school as well as working shows
for Rocky King in the Atlanta area.
6. What promotions have you managed to work for so far?
I’ve worked for many companies throughout the southeast including NWA Anarchy, Pro Wrestling EVO, Trans South Wrestling, High Velocity Wrestling, Alternative Pro Wrestling, Action Packed Wrestling, Diamond Pro Wrestling as well as several smaller companies and many more that no longer exist.
7. Who has been your most favourite person to work with in the ring?
I’d have to go with Chase Brown. A catch wrestler based out of SC. He seems to always push me to my limits
8. Who would you love to work with on the indy scene in the future?
There are so much good talent out there right now. I’d love to work so many guys..from Chase Owens, Cedric Alexander, Kyle Matthews, Corey Hollis, Steven Walters, Jason Kinkaid, Jordan Kage, Jeff Connelly, Joe Black, Caleb Konley, Fred Yehi and many more. I’m sure I’m missing a few guys.
9. What are your thoughts on the indy scene right now?
The southeast is booming. There is a crazy amount of talent right now. I wish the scene wasn’t so over saturated though. Seems like there is a company on every corner and new ones opening every day. There of a lot of guys wrestling that shouldn’t be allowed near a ring. I wish there were fewer companies and wrestlers. Then the best guys would be in the same and best places. I think the possibilities are crazy.
10. Are you at all familiar with the UK wrestling scene and/or its wrestlers?
I catch some UK wrestling here and there. Usually individual matches. I’m not familiar with any companies really. The wrestlers are really talented and take their craft seriously. I’d love to get the opportunity to come over someday to train and work.
Thank you to Kameron for taking time out to answer these questions and if any UK promoters want to get in touch with him he is on Twitter @kameronkade