Disco Machine - Career

Career

He kicked off his wrestling career working for Revolution Pro, a prominent SoCal promotion, in 1998. In 2003, Disco Machine became one of the six owners of brand new SoCal promotion Pro Wrestling Guerrilla, collectively known as the "PWG Six". In 2005, He teamed with Excalibur, Kevin Steen, and Ronin as the new S.B.S., after he and Excalibur turned on Super Dragon. Disco and Excalibur also provide commentary on most of PWG's DVD releases (along with their occasional partner, TARO). He was a part of MTV's Wrestling Society X, teaming with Joey "Magnum" Ryan as "That 70's Team". He was featured in a multiple page article about Pro Wrestling Guerrilla in FHM magazine's March 2006 issue. In 2007, Disco Machine retired from actively wrestling, though he has come back to wrestle since he officially announced his retirement.

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