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The Future of Flight, King Ricochet, is one of the hottest independent sensations to date. Born in Paducah, Kentucky on October 11, 1988, Ricochet began his career in wrestling at Chaos Pro Wrestling as Cameron Locke in 2003 at the young age of 15. No one would believe then that little Cameron Locke would grow up into one of the hottest unsigned talents in independent wrestling today. Whether he's tearing up the ring in Dragon Gate USA, EVOLVE, and NJPW, or performing high-flying antics as Prince Puma in Lucha Underground, Ricochet is the only King the wrestling world needs.
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2016/07/05
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Trevor Mann aka Lucha Underground’s Prince Puma aka Ricochet in New Japan Pro-Wrestling and the indie scene has a few things to say about his controversial match with Will Ospreay! He’s also talking about the differences between the Prince Puma and Ricochet characters, the Lucha Underground locker room, his all-time favorite wrestler, his backyard wrestling ring and promotion, and what he thinks about the current WWE roster and product.

2016/07/03
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NEVER Openweight Six Man Tag Team Championship: Young Bucks & Kenny Omega vs. Satoshi Kojima & Ricochet & Matt Sydal

Young Bucks & Omega were all wearing New Day T-shirts. Nick still has his ribs taped up. He was also doing the Big E pelvic thrusts.

Super match, great from start to finish with the belts changing hands. The finish saw Kojima hit Omega with a lariat and then, he lariated both Bucks at the same time. Sydal hit the shooting star press on Matt, and Ricochet hit the shooting star press at the same time on Nick with Sydal pinning Matt.

Nonstop action and moves, but at times, it was the Ricochet highlight show. Everyone was at their best here. The Bucks twice tried the Meltzer driver but both times it was stopped. Lots of dives.

Winner and New NEVER Openweight Six Man Tag Team Champions: Satoshi Kojima & Ricochet & Matt Sydal


07.03.2016 by kingricochetcom
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2016/06/29
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Prince Puma vs. Dragon Azteca Jr. w/Rey Mysterio

Puma and Azteca locks up. Puma lands a knife edge chop. Puma leapfrogs over Azteca. Azteca ducks a clothesline from Puma. Azteca with a sunset flip, but Puma gets back on his feet. Puma goes for a standing moonsault, but Azteca rolls out of the way. Azteca and Puma engage in a stare off. Azteca with a leg sweep for a one count. Azteca and Puma land separate armdrag’s and we’re back to a stand still. Puma and Azteca shake hands, but Puma tries to play mind games with Azteca. Azteca slaps Puma in the chest. Azteca lands a series of knife edge chops. Azteca tosses Puma to the outside. Azteca goes for a tope, but Puma ducks out of the way. Puma launches Azteca to the ring apron.

Azteca lands a slingshot dropkick. Azteca goes for a suicide dive, but Puma catches him in mid-air and throws him face first to the steel ring post. Puma rolls Azteca back into the ring. Puma with a european uppercut that sends Azteca to the corner. Azteca with a springboard hurricanrana. Azteca follows that up with a dropkick. Puma whips Azteca to the corner. Puma charges towards Azteca, but he’s sent crashing crotch first on the rope. Aztec lands a knife edge chop to the chest of Puma who’s dangling on the top rope. Azteca with a springboard flying headscissor’s for a two count. Puma lands a vicious forearm. Azteca responds with a back elbow. Azteca plants Puma with the DDTJ for a two count.

Standing switch and Puma backs Azteca into the corner. Azteca with a boot to the face of Puma. Puma plants Azteca with the Blue Thunder Bomb. Puma with a Northern Lights Suplex followed by a delayed vertical suplex for a two count. Puma sets up for the 630 Splash, but Azteca holds onto Puma’s ankle. Azteca sends Puma crashing crotch first on the top turnbuckle. Azteca lands a couple of clubbing blows to the back of Puma. Azteca with a reverse sunset flip powerbomb off the top rope for a two count. Azteca goes for the 450 Splash, but Puma rolls out of the way. Azteca charges towards Puma, but Puma lands a over the head belly to belly suplex that sends Azteca face first to the bottom turnbuckle pad. Puma with a leaping axe kick. Puma plants Azteca with a modified Michinoku Driver for a two count. Puma with a Hang Time dropkick. Puma connects with the 630 Splash to pickup the victory.

Winner: Prince Puma


06.29.2016 by kingricochetcom
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2016/06/22
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Prince Puma & Rey Mysterio Promo:

Puma says that he’s been waiting to do this for a long time. Everybody has been asking him what’s he’s doing at Ultima Lucha Dos. Puma says that Konnan help him alot in the past and he told him that he can be the next Rey Mysterio. Puma says that Rey Mysterio is the best luchador. When you get to tag with a guy like Rey you begin to wonder if you can out perform him.

That’s something he has to know. Puma asks Mysterio if he will face him at Ultima Lucha Dos? Rey Mysterio comes down to the ring. Before Rey answer’s Puma question. Rey said that he’s one of the pioneer’s that pave the way for guys like Puma. While Mysterio respects Puma, Mysterio is still the man. Mysterio still wants to know if he still has it and he accepts Mysterio’s challenge.


06.22.2016 by kingricochetcom
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2016/06/21
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2016/06/19
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Matt Sydal & Ricochet vs. Young Bucks vs. Kyle O’Reilly & Bobby Fish vs. Trent Baretta & Rocky Romero in an Elimination Match for the IWGP Jr. Tag Titles

The Young Bucks came out and told Gallows & Anderson & Styles “Good luck tomorrow.” It’s kind of today. The Bucks won the titles clean using the Meltzer driver on Sydal and Matt pinned him. So they have the trios and tag titles. Very good match, not off the charts. Romero was going crazy doing the forever clothesline on everyone until the Bucks threw Romero & Baretta both over the top rope. Sydal & Ricochet a few minutes later threw Fish & O’Reilly over the top rope. Then it was down to a tag. Because of the over the top rope elimination rules it took away the dives over the top. They did a lot of near falls. They cut way back on the high flying compared to a usual match with these guys.

Winners: The Young Bucks

Kenny Omega vs. Michael Elgin for IC Title in a Ladder Match

Adam Page and Yujiro Takahashi came out with Omega. No Young Bucks even though Omega & Bucks are trios champs. They are now hanging the belt about 14 feet up. Red Shoes was suspicious of no Young Bucks, searched under the ring, found them and kicked them out.

This match went 34 minutes of constant insanity. Omega did a Shawn Michaels like performance here. Elgin had the match won when The Young Bucks came out and sprayed him in the eye with cold spray. superkicked him and handcuffed him to the corner. Yoshitatsu & Captain New Japan came in to help Elgin but got superkicked. Matt Sydal came out but he was a distraction and Ricochet did a running flip dive onto everyone. Ricochet tried to unlock Elgin but couldn’t find the key. Omega sprayed Ricochet in the eyes and climbed up the ladder and had it won. Elgin broke free of the handcuffs, tipped over the ladder and Omega flew over the top rope onto everyone. Elgin climbed up to win. There were a million ladder shots, bumps on ladders, Elgin power bombed Omega off a ladder through two tables that didn’t break. The crowd was just going nuts at the end with all the twists and turns and run-ins.

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2016/06/08
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Prince Puma, The Mack, Texano, Sexy Star, Son of Havoc & Rey Mysterio Jr vs. Fenix, Ivelisse, King Cuerno, Taya Valkyrie, Johnny Mundo & Pentagon Jr.

Pentagon Jr comes down to the ring in a wheel chair. Pentagon thanks Guerrero for being one of the few that supported him. However Pentagon says that he’ll destroy. Pentagon gets out of the wheel chair and sends Guerrero face first to the steel ring post. Pentagon with a superkick. Pentagon takes out Guerrero with the Fujiwara Armbar. Dario Cueto comes out with Black Lotus. Cueto says that it’s great to see him back in his temple. Cueto announces that Pentagon Jr will replace Guerrero in this match. Pentagon tells Cueto that he has zero fear. Star and Taya starts off the match. Star rolls Taya up for a one count. Taya drags Star down to the mat. Star with a boot to the face of Taya. Taya responds with a clothesline. Star with a deep armdrag to Taya that sends her to the floor. Star tags in Havoc. Taya tags in Ivelisse.

Havoc and Ivelisse shake hands. Standing switch and Ivelisse kicks Havoc in the chest. Havoc with the school girl for a one count. Ivelisse responds with the inside cradle for a two count. Ivelisse talks smack to Taya. Pentagon Jr tags himself in. Havoc tags in Mack. Pentagon leapfrogs over Mack. Pentagon goes for a hip toss, but Mack counters with a armdrag. Pentagon kicks Mack in the gut. Pentagon follows that up with the Lung Blower. Pentagon places The Mack on the ropes. Pentagon lands a massive knife edge chop. Mack ducks clothesline and connects with a flying knee strike. Pentagon tags in Fenix. Fenix with a springboard dropkick to Mack for a two count. Mack drops Fenix in mid-air with a shoulder tackle. Mysterio and Fenix are tagged in. Mysterio eats a running boot to the face from Cuerno for a two count. Mysterio with a deep armdrag. Mysterio with a enziguri. Mysterio connects with the seated senton. Mysterio follows that up with a flying bulldog for a one count as Mundo breaks the pin attempt. Mysterio tags in Texano. Mysterio with a tilt-a-whirl head scissors that sends Cuerno to the outside. Texano chops Cuerno in the chest. Cuerno with a armdrag to Texano. Cuerno with a beautiful dropkick. Cuerno tags in Mundo.

Mundo with a running knee strike for a two count. Mundo with a ground and pound attack. Texano puts Mundo on the top rope. Taya distracts Texano. Texano pushes her down to the mat. Texano sends Taya face first to Mundo’s crotch section. Texano chops Taya in the chest. Texano tags in Puma. Mundo sends Puma onto Mysterio and Rey is sent crashing to the outside. Mundo launches Puma to the outside. Cuerno with a suicide dive onto Texano. Sexy Star with a flying cannonball onto Cuerno and Taya. Ivelisse with a flying crossbody off the top rope onto both Taya and Texano. Mack and Pentagon engage in a chopping fest. The Mack with a exploder suplex that sends Pentagon to the outside. The Mack follows that up with a somersault plancha. Puma with a tope onto Mack, Pentagon and Taya on the outside. Fenix follows that up with a springboard corkscrew splash. Havoc with a springboard back elbow. Mundo drags Mysterio out of the ring. Puma with a enziguri to Mundo. Mysterio with the 619 to Mundo. Mundo whips Mysterio to the corner which sends Puma crashing crotch first on the top turnbuckle. Mundo with the Spanish Fly to pickup the victory.

Winner: Johnny Mundo, Fenix, Taya Valkyrie, Ivelisse, King Cuerno & Pentagon Jr.

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2016/06/07
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Jushin Thunder Liger, Tiger Mask & Volador Jr vs. Matt Sydal, Ricochet & KUSHIDA

This was really great towards the end. Lots of high flying and cool dives by everyone. KUSHIDA did a dive that wiped out people on the floor, and even Liger and Tiger Mask did crossbodies off the top rope to the floor. Volador and Ricochet did some great looking back and forth in the ring. Ricochet laid him out with a kick and hit the 630 for the win. Quite the spectacle in the last few minutes.

Winner: Matt Sydal, Ricochet & KUSHIDA

After the match, reDragon came to the ring. Fish mentions they never lost the Jr. tag team titles. O’Reilly said they want to challenge for the belts. Roppongi Vice follow suit and challenge. Beretta has a contract and mentions that the contract states that they get a rematch. Ricochet says that they’ll accept both challenges for Dominion in a triple threat match. I guess it’s a newer version of the triple threat tag matches they like to do, so why not? Everything seemed to be settled when RPG Vice jump the champions to boos. reDragon make the save, but the champions come back and do stereo moonsaults that wipe out both challengers.

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2016/06/06
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Best of the Super Juniors Block B Tournament Match: Ricochet vs. Chase Owens

Yujiro accompanied Owens to ringside, and sure enough interfered freely throughout the match. Ricochet finally did a great senton dive to the floor that wiped him out. Ricochet busted out a Regalplex and a 450 splash but Yujiro pulled out Tiger Hattori out of the ring. Hattori sent him to the back as Owens got a rollup attempt out of the way. Owens introduced a chair, Ricochet grabbed it but as the ref was taking it away from him Owens pulled something out of his trunks and hit Ricochet for another nearfall. Owens kicked out a benadryller and a brainbuster. Ricochet went to the top rope but Yujiro came out and distracted again. He wiped out Yujiro and went for a phoenix splash but Owens countered, rolled him up with the O’Connor roll and with Yujiro’s help pinned Ricochet to put him out of the tournament.

Winner: Chase Owens

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2016/06/05
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Best of the Super Juniors Block B Tournament Match: Ricochet vs. Volador Jr.

This was full of high flying moves, as you’d expect. Volador went for the hurricanrana off the top rope but Ricochet landed on his feel. Volador did an inverted code red. Ricochet went for what looked like an Alabama slam but Volador countered with a hurricanrana and SPIKED him right on the mat for the win. Very cool match, especially towards the end.

Winner: Volador Jr.

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