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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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2015/06/28
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The Dragon Gate Gate of Maximum Tag events continue this week in Japan and Ricochet is right up in there for all of them.

On June 27th, Ricochet teamed with fellow Monster Express member Shingo Takagi to once again defeat the team of Dia.HEARTS (Kzy & Masaaki Mochizuki) in a match that went almost 10 minutes. The Y & Z that were mentioned in the previous show that took place June 21st were Matt and Mike Sydal.

On June 28th, Ricochet competed in an eight man tag match with CIMA, Gamma, & Matt Sydal to defeat MAD BLANKEY (Cyber Kong, Naruki Doi, Punch Tominaga & YAMATO) in an awesome match that ran over 20 minutes. After the match, CIMA forced Naruki Doi to compete in another match that is scheduled for July 20th where Ricochet and Matt Sydal will take on the team of Naruki Doi and YAMATO.

2015/06/24
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Ricochet returned to Dragon Gate in Japan this past weekend to take part in a tag team event at Kobe Sambo Hall in Kobe, Hyogo, Japan.

On the 21st, Ricochet teamed with CIMA, Don Fujii to take on the team collectively known as Dia.HEARTS which includes Big R Shimizu, BxB Hulk & Dragon Kid. Ricochet and his team defeated Dia.HEARTS in the six man tag match that went 20 minutes. What a way to return to Japan, eh?

Below is a brief rundown of the match from iHEARTdg.com

CIMA & Fujii came out with no X in tow. DK asked where the dreaded X was. CIMA praised him for asking such a great question. X was already in the ring. X was Gamma. DK told him to quit playing around. CIMA said that he suddenly received a message from someone who just had to be here for Kobe World. That fighter was also here tonight. Welcome back, Ricochet!
After the match, CIMA reintroduced him to the Kobe fans. It had been a long time, but all it took was one Facebook message to bring him back. It was hard since Ricochet has matches everywhere every week. Mexico, Europe, America. So, fans should enjoy this rare month. Ricochet was the real X today. He would also be X next week in Izumi for the Gamma homecoming. Y would also be in that match. Y would not be Stalker Ichikawa or local indy/promoter Hiroaki Moriya. He was someone who would be a fitting partner for Ricochet. CIMA, still high on the momentum of winning the Triangle Gate, hoped to have some sort of title match with X & Y at Kobe World. There was also a Z coming. He was of less notoriety than the other two, but he was someone the staff and roster loved having around. Whether they are teaming together or fighting, he looked forward to the next month. Finally, he brought up the ring costume Ricochet wore today. It was blue. He will remain a MONSTER EXPRESS member, so he should wear their colours. However, whenever the two of them team together he asked him to wear the blue.