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Monday, July 6, 2009

Interview with Cole Cash

Originally posted on Andrew and the Aluminumsidings on April 24 2009

I recently had the chance to chat with indie wrestler Cole Cash (currently one half of the tag team Bastard Sons of Rock & Roll with Bryan Cross) and here's what I learned.

*Got his start in 1999 in Parkersburg WV. against a friend, both had little training. He was pinned in the match with a Tornado DDT.

*Was trained in NWA TriState in West Virginia.

* Worked for NWA TriState, Ballistic Championship Wrestling, Ohio Hatchet Wrestling, Xtreme Maximum Championship Wrestling, All Star Wrestling, Mad Pro Wrestling, MadMar Wrestling, Rampage Championship Wrestling, NWA Main Event, United Wrestling Alliance, AWA-MWA, AWA Apex, Supreme Wrestling Alliance, 304 Wrestling, NWA Mountain State. (as well as a few others)

* Has been part of 4 tag teams. Twisted Skittles with DJ Skittles (as masked man Twisted Youth) then teamed up with Vance Desmond under the name of Faith No More. From there joined up with Chris Kahn going by the "Heroes of Hetero". Since has been tag team partners with Bryan Cross, and have gone by both the Murder City Devils and the Bastard Sons of Rock & Roll.

* Has held titles for NWA TriState tag team champion on two occasions with Chris Kahn. The NWA TriState Heavyweight Champion and the NWA TriState X Division Champion. XMCW Tag Team Champion with Bryan Cross. The BCW Heavyweight Champion.

* Biggest Influences have been Bret Hart, Chris Benoit, Steve Corino, Tracey Smothers, Jake Roberts and Dean Malenko,

*Will be working with Ohio Hatchet in the fall.

Photo courtesy of Cole Cash.

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