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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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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.

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