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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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2016/05/27
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Best of the Super Juniors Block B Tournament Match: Ricochet vs. Will Ospreay

They had a tremendous exchange early. These guys move fast and know their body really well, in case you haven’t heard or seen. Ricochet took out Ospreay on the outside and did an amazing step up corkscrew plancha to the floor. Just an array of crazy moves. Ospreay hit an instance looking Sasuke special to the floor then kissed the camera after the move.. Ricochet gave him a death valley driver on the apron and somehow came back with a crazy looking rana. This match was so crazy people were actually chanting “This is awesome” in Korakuen Hall.

Ricochet laid him out with a northern lights suplex followed by a brainbuster for a near fall and went for the 630 but Ospreay rolled out of the way. Ricochet came back and went for the Benadryller but Ospreay reversed in air, grabbed the leg and slammed him to the floor. He hit the spinning punch then pinned him with the springboard stunner. Amazing spectacle of a match, you kind of have to rewatch it just to see all the crazy stuff that went down.

Ospreay and Ricochet teased like they were going to fight after the match, but shook hands as the crowd chanted “One more match”.

Winner: Will Ospreay

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2016/05/25
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Lucha Underground Trio’s Championship: Prince Puma, Rey Mysterio & Dragon Azteca Jr (c) vs. PJ Black, Jack Evans & Johnny Mundo w/Taya Valkyrie

Azteca and Evans starts off the match. Evans drives his knee to the midsection of Azteca. Evans with a side headlock. Evans with a shoulder tackle that sends Azteca to the ropes. Azteca chops Evans in the chest. Azteca lands a massive knife edge chop. Azteca with a springboard armdrag to Evans. Azteca with a head scissors takedown. Azteca sends Evans face first to the top rope. Azteca with a enziguri that sends Evans to the outside. Azteca tags in Puma and Evans tags in Black. Black kicks Puma in the chest for a two count. Black puts Puma in the tree of woe and tags in Evans. Evans with a running basement dropkick. Black with double foot stomp for a two count.

Mundo and Black connect with a double team back body drop for a two count. Mundo bodyslams Puma. Evans with a standing moonsault for a two count. Evans and Black begins to double team Puma. Puma plants Evans and Black with a double DDT. Mysterio and Mundo are tagged in. Mysterio with a series of forearms. Mysterio ducks a clothesline and connects with the tilt-a-whirl head scissors. Mysterio tags in Puma. Azteca with a leg drop. Puma with a standing moonsault for a two count. Mundo connects with a northern lights suplex that sends Azteca crashing onto Puma in the corner. Mundo tags Black. Puma drops Black with a thrust kick. Puma with a back elbow to Mundo. Mysterio with a head scissors that sends Evans to the outside. Mysterio sends Mundo face first to the ring apron on the outside. Puma with a enziguri to Black.

Evans connects with a single leg dropkick to the back of the head of Puma. Puma with a Bicycle Kick to Evans. Evans with a hand stand dropkick to Puma. Evans goes for a hurricanrana off the top rope, but Puma lands onto Black and drops him with a hurricanrana. Mysterio kicks Black into the second rope. Mysterio connects with the 619. Puma with the 630 Splash to pickup for a two count as Mundo pulls the referee out of the ring. Mysterio goes for a seated senton, but Mundo counters with a blow blow. Black pokes Puma in the eye. Evans low blows Puma. Black with a brain buster to Puma. Mundo with the End of the World for a two count. Mundo puts Puma on the top rope. Puma tags in Azteca. Taya tries to bring a chair into the ring. Azteca plants Mundo with the Canadian Destroyer. While the referee is distracted, Evans comes into the ring and hits Azteca in the back. Mundo picks up the scraps and scores the pinfall.

Winner and New Lucha Underground Trio’s Champions: PJ Black, Jack Evans & Johnny Mundo

2016/05/25
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8 Man Tag Team Match
BULLET CLUB (Kenny Omega, Chase Owens, Bad Luck Fale & Yujiro Takahashi) defeated Captain New Japan, Satoshi Kojima, Yoshitatsu & Ricochet

2016/05/24
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Best of the Super Juniors Block B Tournament Match
Ricochet defeated Bobby Fish

2016/05/23
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6 Man Tag Team Match
CHAOS (Tomohiro Ishii, YOSHI-HASHI & Will Ospreay) defeated Satoshi Kojima, Jay White & Ricochet

2016/05/22
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Best of the Super Juniors Block B Tournament Match
Ricochet defeated Tiger Mask

2016/05/21
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8 Man Tag Team Match
BULLET CLUB (Kenny Omega, Bad Luck Fale, Yujiro Takahashi & Chase Owens) defeated Hiroshi Tanahashi, Yoshitatsu, Captain New Japan & Ricochet

2016/05/20
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The full line up for the BOSJ tournament has now been revealed, the first event takes place tomorrow at the world famous Korakuen Hall.

Here’s your full breakdown of Ricochet’s matches in the tournament:

5/22/2016 – Ricochet vs. Tiger Mask
5/24/2016 – Ricochet vs. Bobby Fish
5/27/2016 – Ricochet vs. Will Ospreay
5/30/2016 – Ricochet vs. Jushin Thunder Liger
6/2/2016 – Ricochet vs. Beretta
6/5/2016 – Ricochet vs. Volador Jr
6/6/2016 – Ricochet vs. Chase Owens

2016/05/11
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Lucha Underground Trio’s Championship: Rey Mysterio, Dragon Azteca Jr & Prince Puma (c) vs. Son of Havoc, Ivelisse & Johnny Mundo

Ivelisse and Azteca starts off the match. Azteca and Ivelisse oblige on the code of honor. Azteca with a waist lock take down. Ivelisse with a wrist lock. Azteca with a roll through and applies a wrist lock of his own. Ivelisse with a take down for a two count. Azteca tags in Mysterio. Ivelisse tags in Havoc. Mysterio with a side headlock. Havoc leapfrogs over Mysterio. Havoc with a leg sweep and a standing moonsault for a two count. Mysterio with a sunset flip for a two count. Havoc ducks a side kick from Mysterio. Havoc tags in Mundo. Mysterio tags in Puma. Puma with a series of right hands to Mundo. Puma sends Mundo to the corner. Mundo launches Puma to the ring apron. Mundo with a boot that sends Puma to the outside. Taya Valkyrie attacks Puma.

Taya gets into a argument with Ivelisse. Mundo stomps on Puma’s ribs. Puma with a kick to the head of Mundo. Azteca and Havoc are tagged in. Azteca with a springboard armdrag for a two count. Havoc with a upper cut to Azteca. Azteca with a flying discus forearm. Havoc with a palm strike for a two count. Havoc with a handspring back elbow to Azteca in the corner. Ivelisse with a boot to the chest of Azteca for a two count. Ivelisse stomps on Azteca’s chest. Azteca tags in Mysterio. Mysterio with the victory roll to Havoc for a two count. Mysterio with a body scissors and launches Havoc to the middle rope. Mysterio goes for the 619, but Ivelisse hits Mysterio in the back. Azteca with a tilt-a-whirl head scissors to Mundo on the outside. Mysterio with the 619 to Havoc. Mysterio tags in Puma. Puma with the 630 Splash to pickup the victory. After the match Taya attacks Ivelisse from behind. Taya with a ground and pound attack to Ivelisse.

Winner and Still Lucha Underground Trio’s Champions: Rey Mysterio, Dragon Azteca Jr & Prince Puma

2016/05/03
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IWGP Jr Heavyweight Tag Team Championship: Ricochet & Matt Sydal vs. Rocky Romero & Beretta (c)

RPG worked over Sydal and did everything to keep him from making a tag. When Ricochet got in he took to the air, hitting a huge dive over the ring post. He never got any real momentum going before he was cut off. There was one great near fall when Ricochet hit a 630 on Romero. He then ran into a Beretta knee and Dudebuster, only for Sydal to jump in and make the save after recovering from a double team attack on the floor. RPG went for Strong Zero. Ricochet caught Romero in the air as Sydal hit a reverse rana on Beretta. Sydal & Ricochet then hit stereo Shooting Star Presses to regain the title and start their second title run.

Winner and New IWGP Jr Heavyweight Tag Team Champions: Ricochet & Matt Sydal

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