I’ve never been a big fan of rules or structure, so you’ll have to forgive me if this is little more than a rambling stream of consciousness from Chaotic Wrestling’s resident rock star, Chase Del
One thing I am and always have been a big fan of is Professional Wrestling. Like most people my passion and love for the sport of kings started at a very young age, but unlike some of my other friends growing up my adoration only grew as I got older. After graduating from college many of my buddies were all looking towards the next step in their life, which meant for most a job at a desk staring at a computer. However I was only interested in stepping between the ropes and standing in a wrestling ring.
It was September 2003, my sister had just been married and as I wished her the best in her new life, packed up my car, bid farewell to the Jersey Shore and headed up to Massachusetts to pursue my dream at the best wrestling school in the Northeast, the Chaotic Training Center. I immediately knew I had found the right school for me since I was surrounded by hard working kids who all had the same passion and desire. Day in and day out we all pushed each other to be the absolute brink and beyond as no one ever even thought of settling for anything less than perfection. As I mentioned, I was never one for rules or being told what to do. In fact, when told what to do the opposite outcome was highly more likely to occur. This didn’t always win me friends but I was forever the front man for a rock band that didn’t exist, and no one was going to tell me what I could and couldn’t do.
Fast forward 6 short months, and I was primed to make my debut wrestling the current Chaotic Heavyweight Champion Arch Kincaid. When the opening chords of Bad Medicine rang through the building, people immediately began to perk up (go back and listen to it, that song rules), and out from the curtain as if shot out of a cannon came Chaotic’s first glimpse of Chase Del Monte. With a head full of long curly hair and enough fire to start a 4 alarm blaze the crowds immediately took notice and with their raucous approval had unknowingly just cemented a superstar who would become a mainstay for the next decade.
It’s a bit surreal that we are heading into Cold Fury 14 and it will be my twelfth time being a part of Chaotic’s biggest show of the year and for me has continually been the night for career highlights. Perhaps none bigger than Cold Fury 8, a match that was never supposed to happen. I had been screwed over by Alex Arion time and time again, and was passed over for the Main Event. But my natural inclination to buck convention led to my name being the one on the dotted line. And on that night in 2009 it was my hand being raised victorious at the final bell.
Cold Fury 14 has yet to take shape as Donovan Dijak derailed the main event by attacking and replacing me in Pandemonium before going on to win the guaranteed title shot for his own title. But a belt and gold plates, does not a champion make. It is said that we study history so that we are not doomed to repeat it. Might want to read that last part back Dijak. You told me that I won’t be getting a title shot at Cold Fury, that didn’t turn out too well for the last guy.
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