What a way to end a season!
In front of the world, live on iPPV at "High Noon," after a long chain of some of the most frustrating moments of my career, I
finally gave Tursas his comeuppance in the best way imaginable - I made him quit. That's right, the seemingly unbeatable giant
was forced to admit defeat. Forced to admit that I had his number. Forced to admit that with no help from a crooked referee or
a goof with a tennis racket, Green Ant was only one hold away from sending Tursas packing. I can't describe how great that felt,
or how elated I was that the war was over and I proved to the world that the art of submission wrestling overrules size and strength.
However, I'm not the only wrestler in CHIKARA who's always out to prove that they can hang with the best on the mat. I've had
a couple singles matches over the course of my two year career with my trainer, mi maestro, Mike Quackenbush. Mike, we've
tied up twice in a CHIKARA ring, and both times you proved you were the better wrestler. Twice, you've made me tap out. I
have no shame in admitting that. On the mat, you might be the very best in the entire world. You showed me the ropes since day
one, and I
consider both of those matches to be learning experiences. But you know what? On November 13th, I tapped out the heaviest guy
on the CHIKARA roster in the middle of the ring. After that, I feel ready to take on the world. Plus, I'm in the gym nearly
every day working on my technique. I don't know that anyone is ever truly ready to get down on the mat with The Master of a
Thousand Holds, but I guess I'm as ready as I can be.
Give me the chance.