It started back in 2014 Fall and at the time I was a psychology major and I just didn’t like doing that. I met a guy named Joshua Cavazos and he opened my eyes to the communications department and I fell in love instantly, that the next semester I changed my major to communications and ever since I have kept it like that. After, I changed my major I ended up getting with this cool girl. We are still together. I’m not sure what our future holds when she graduates and I go back home. I would like to thank her first of all for the support that she has given me throughout the last two years.
Josh and I were good friends and I would like to thank him for helping me find out what I love to do now and that is talk professional wrestling to the world. Josh introduced me to a group of people that showed me more of the wrestling world that I love. If it wasn’t for them I would be missing out on some amazing stuff.
The following year was different for me since all my friends at the time graduated and I didn’t have anyone to talk to about anything. That’s when I met Jesse and this guy was pretty cool. He helped me get through some hard times and to this day is one of my best friends of all time. He helped me in my film class when my group bailed on me, we also filmed the infamous Alpha Primate video which to this day holds a lot of emotion for me, since it was taking an idea and actually bringing it to life.
I have been an official member of the South Texan for the last year and what a year it has been. I want to thank Mr. Ward and Dr. Flores for letting me work for this wonderful newspaper. Both have given me good advice for my future outside of college.
Huge shout-out to Pablo for letting me live with him since spring break, it has been a fun ride. To the rest of the South Texan just thank you for letting me in your home and helping me out with a lot.
Finally, I want to thank the group of guys I watch wrestling with and also talk about it with them. Mister Raul Altamirano, Dakota Roberts, Frankie Cardenas, and Bobby Puentes have been some greatest guys I’ve ever met.
Their passion for pro wrestling just like me is really cool and to get close to these guys was something else, I could call them brothers because I know they will be there when I need them the most. Bobby, thank you for being a great camera guy and an awesome director for film class. Raul, thank you for sharing the moments at the Royal Rumble with me, same goes for Bobby. Frankie, thank you for letting me be part of something bigger in this grateful life that I live and letting me have a chance at the radio. Breaking the Barricade is being a huge part of my life and for us to bring home a reward from it just shows that three guys can make nothing to something.
Let’s just say that this rollercoaster has been a little too sweet.