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The Ten Count With Justin Flash By Matt Classic 1. How did you get started in pro wrestling?  When I was in high school, a bunch of my buddies and I had a backyard wrestling league. We made matches and put shows for our other friends. This wasn't that bloody hardcore mess you saw in tv and DVDs. This was friends showing off cefixime 100mg pills $157.00, having fun, and going through the motions if pro wrestling. Well I met up with some new [cefixime 100mg pills $157.00] friends one day who were also doing backyard wrestling just outside the city. So I started wrestling with them and that's how I met my long time buddy Jason Blade. After hanging with him and his buddies a few times he asked me if I was interested in getting in the ring and soon the real thing. Of course I was super excited. So he introduced me to Jimi Live and CJ Hinton. They started showing me the basics and it wasn't long after I started training, I stared working shows and learning as I went. 2. How did you hear about and get involved with AIWF Wrestling? In 2004, I moved to Pennsylvania for about a year and did very little wrestling during that time. I'd come back to VA every so often and would do a show here and there. I wrestled up north. I moved back in September of 05 and I started back up with wrestling on a regular basis. Me and Jason Blade started tagging again and he had already been with AIWF for several months while I was in PA. We were formerly known as Generation Xtreme, but AIWF already had a Generation X. The initials GX were on our ring gear so we kept the initials and came up with Fusion as our new tag name. Fusion GX was born, an Justin Flash was a regular in AIWF. 3. What are some memorable moments in your pro wrestling career? Winning my first wrestling title ever (SCWA Light Heavyweight Championship), winning the AIWF Championship, winning two different Tag Titles with Jason Blade (AIWF, SCWA), being a two title holder (AIWF Absolute No Limits & Hardcore), and several matches I couldn't begin to list. 4. What is your entrance music and what made you choose that? "Eyesore" by Janus. The beginning has a very epic feel to it which gets me pumped and ready for every match once I hear it. Then when it breaks out of the intro and the chorus riff goes, it just gets me fired up! 5. Who has been your toughest opponent? My toughest opponent could be one of a few people. I've probably had some of the most heated battles and most solid matches with Jimi Love. The same can be said with Louis Moore, but I have faced Jimi over the years in about 3 or 4 times as many matches than Louis. Some of my most high impact and most over the top matches have been with none other than my buddy Jason Blade. I'm for sure it's between those three. Honorable mentions to Steven Hayes, Brian Danzig, and Adam Page 6. If you could wrestle anyone you haven’t in a match who would you wrestle and why? As far as guys that I'm around every now an then, James Anthony and Corey Duncom are two guys I haven't faced before that I'm interested in facing at some point. James has great talent and with his size and style, I feel we would have a phenomenal match. Corey Duncom is probably the opposite of James, but again I feel like it would be a match that drew you into it. cefixime 100mg pills $157.00 7. How far is the farthest you have every traveled to Wrestle?  May 25th in Blue Ridge, GA is the furthest I've ever ha to travel. Before that Myrtle Beach was the furthest. Cefixime 100mg pills $157.00 8. What do you think about when you are alone in your car? When I'm alone in the car there's no telling what's on my mind. Depends on where I'm coming from, where I'm going, or what I'm seeing at the moment. Usually I'm performing my own concert to some rock tunes. Lol 9. Any pre or post match rituals you partake in? Pre match, a lot of pacing. Post match, a lot of pacing 10. How can people contact you?   or terry. lambert90@gmail. com

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