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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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2016/02/03
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Prince Puma & Pentagon Jr. Segment:

We see Prince Puma lifting weights and see flashes of his match with Mil Muertes from Ultima Lucha. Pentagon comes up to Puma and thanks him for helping him one more time, so he can please his master. Pentagon tells Puma that tonight they will be tag team partners and Puma will help him break bones in the honor of his master. Pentagon says that once they finished off the Disciples of Death, Prince Puma will be Pentagon next’s target. Pentagon says that he has zero fear. Pentagon and Puma begin to brawl in the locker room.

2016/01/27
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Catrina comes into the ring. Muertes accidentally spears Catrina. Ivelisse rolls Muertes up for a two count. Muertes with a big powerslam to regain momentum. Muertes connects with the Flatliner to pickup the victory. After the match Catrina comes into the ring and decides to not give her the Lick of Death. Catrina orders Muertes to give her another FlatLiner. Prince Puma shows up from behind and superkicks Muertes to make the save. Muertes is pissed. Pentagon Jr. shows up and connects with the backstabber. Pentagon Jr. gives Muertes the Fujiwara Armbar.

2016/01/05
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Ricochet & Matt Sydal vs. Jay White & David Finlay

Ricochet starts off with an insane series of athletic feats that end in a dropkick to Jay White. Sydal comes in and hits a split legdrop and a running clothesline, then tags in Ricochet who does a flying stomp and applies a submission. White comes back with a big dropkick and makes the tag to David Finlay. Finlay hits a big running European uppercut and a backbreaker, before getting a two on a German suplex attempt on Sydal. He gets double teamed by a Ricochet/Sydal standing star press and moonsault, but White breaks it up. Ricochet and Sydal aren’t playing around and destroy both men with elbows and drop kicks. Stereo star presses get the win for Ricochet and Sydal.

Winners: Ricochet & Matt Sydal

2016/01/04
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IWGP Jr Heavyweight Tag Team Championship: reDRagon (c) vs. Matt Sydal & Ricochet vs. Roppongi Vice vs. Bullet Club/Young Bucks (w/ Cody Hall)

Bullet Club toss everyone from the ring, hiptoss Fish and double dropkick him. Nick Jackson hits a flying stomp across the arm of Fish, but Fish lands a nasty looking Samoan drop and ReDragon beat the hell out of him. Sydal tags in and hits a slingshot somersault huracanrana. RPG Vice double team Sydal and tell the Bucks to suck it. Trent scores a dive to the outside, and gets dropped back first across the turnbuckle by the Bucks.

Bucks hit ReDragon, Ricochet and Baretta with Superkicks #1-4, but cant pin Trent. Superkick #6 knocks Romero off the apron, but Trent scores a pushing stomp and a tornado DDT. Drop toe hold/ dropkick into a double moonsault combo from Sydal and Ricochet on Nick Jackson. Matt then walks in and gets kicked by ReDRagon before Fish lands his senton. O’Reilly with a rope hung armbar, but one of the Bucks dives onto the pile, then hits Superkick #7 on Kyle.

Cody Hall grabs Ricochet’s legs, then hits a Razor’s Edge over the top rope onto the group of wrestlers. Young Bucks take advantage and double team Ricochet, but Sydal makes the save. Ricochet takes out Cody Hall and hits a springboard 450 on Nick, but it gets broken up. ReDRagon cut Ricochet and Sydal down on SSP attempts and score the Two Man Smash Machine.

Cody Hall tries to get involved again, but Kyle takes him out. Back in the ring, all 8 men are in for an awesome quadruple suplex spot. Romero clotheslines the Bucks and ReDRagaon a bunch, then Sydal and Ricochet get it, too. RPG Vice double team Sydal, but Ricochet makes the save. In stereo SSP’s, but Nick Jackson tagged in. More Bang For Your Buck, pin on Romero!

Winners and NEW IWGP Jr Heavyweight Tag Team Champions: Bullet Club/Young Bucks

2015/09/21
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On September 20th 2015, 5 Star Wrestling held their ReGenesis event at the Meadowbank Sports Centre in Edinburgh.

The following is a quick run-down of the match courtesy of wrestleropesuk.

2 Out Of 3 Falls – John Morrison defeated Ricochet by 2 Falls to 1.

2015/08/31
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You’ve seen Prince Puma vs Johnny Mundo, now it’s time to see King Ricochet vs FKA John Morrison!

On September 20th, Ricochet heads off to the UK to fight for 5 Star Wrestling in Edinburgh. While there, he’ll be taking on a well-known opponent in the form of FKA John Morrison at 5 Star Wrestling’s ReGenesis Event.

Also announced for the show is ODB, Carlito, PJ Black, ‘The Iron Man’ Joe Coffey, Viper, Grado and Marty Scurll with over a dozen names still to be revealed.

Tickets are still on sale now so be sure to get yours now.

2015/08/31
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Night One

Angélico & Jack Evans defeated Inner City Machine Guns (Rich Swann & Ricochet)
This was some high-flying goodness. Dives, flips, and all the twirly kicks occurred. Evans pinned Swann to close it out.

Night Two

Zack Sabre Jr. defeated Ricochet in a Battle of Los Angeles First Round Match
This wasn’t a standard Ricochet match, as Sabre gave Ricochet more of a technical feel. It built slowly, but wonderfully. Finally, Sabre managed to pin Ricochet after a series of excellent reversals. Good stuff.

Night Three

Roderick Strong, Super Dragon, and The Young Bucks came out before any matches could begin. Roddy said no one in the back will come out and face them. Fenix answered the challenge alone, but then Angélico, helped as well. Ricochet and Rich Swann joined the fray as a 4 on 4 match broke out.

The Young Bucks, Roderick Strong, and Super Dragon defeated Angélico, Fenix, Ricochet, and Rich Swann
This was another crazy multi-man match and it did well to break up the slight singles match monotony with action. Super Dragon appeared to get injured mid-match and limp to the back.

2015/07/02
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Prince Puma was training backstage with Konnan advising him on Chavo. Konnan said that it ain’t nothing but a thang. Catrina teleported into the room and said that if Puma survived this ordeal, he was going to need all the help he could get because Mil Muertes was going to destroy anyone between him and his title at Ultima Lucha. Mil Muertes approached and stood face-to-face with Puma. The lights freaked out and Mil Muertes instant-transmissioned away which confused Puma a bit. Konnan said it was just mind games.

Chavo Guerrero (w/ The Crew) vs. Prince Puma (w/Konnan) in a No-DQ match for the Lucha Underground Championship

Chavo was flanked by the living Crew guys, Mr. Cisco and Cortez Castro. Vampiro wondered where Bael was. Melissa Santos made sure to state that if Konnan interferes, Chavo would win the title. Vampiro acted extra pissed off because of course, he is always pissed off when Konnan is around.

Chavo taunted Konnan to try to get Konnan to hit him. After a lockup, Chavo hit a shoulder block. Puma got up immediately and got an armbar on Chavo. Chavo escaped, but faked a leg injury to distract the ref. He didn’t have to since it was no-DQ, and the Crew went on to attack Prince Puma. Konnan teased interfering, but only provided a distraction for Puma to recover, which of course pissed of Vampiro since it was Konnan.

The Crew brought the action back in the ring and hit their footstomp combo on Puma. The Crew held Puma into position for the frogsplash while he was selling his leg injury. Konnan called in Texano to clean house. Texano hit the sitout powerbomb on Mr. Cisco. Prince Puma went to the top rope and hit the 630 on Chavo for the pinfall victory.

Winner: Prince Puma

Prince Puma stood in the ring with his belt as Texano looked on from the steps. Texano had the mic and said that Mexico was coming for Chavo, and Mexico was right here. Chavo yelled in the ring and threw a mini-fit. Prince Puma and Texano stood together with the crowd as the show ended.

2015/06/28
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Welcome!

It’s been a long time coming, honestly, but the ONLY fansite you’ll ever need for King Ricochet is finally live and ready for everyone to enjoy. The site has been in the works since October last year, and I feel it’s finally where it can be open to visitors.

The mission here at King-Ricochet.com is to provide the latest updates, photos, videos and more on the King, and yes this does include anything involving Prince Puma in Lucha Underground as well. With the largest King Ricochet photo archive online, currently holding over 15,000 photos of Ricochet, as well as an extensive database about Ricochet himself, King-Ricochet.com hopes to provide both new and old fans the best source possible for him.

On top of all of this, you can also access the site through another domain, Prince-Puma.com, as well.

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.

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