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The History of JC Rage and his walk from ordinary guy, to World Champion

JC Rage began his training in the summer of '99 at a wrestling center in south jersey, 4 nights a week he would travel an hour south and train for 2 hours a night. For the first 4 months he learned a lot about wrestling and did some "student shows". It wasn't until the final 4 months that his training really picked up by being trained by the "Raging Bull" Manny Fernandez.

With training complete he entered a promotion called WWC (world wrestling coalition) and took it by storm, quickly winning the hardcore title and pushing the promotions champions to their limits in non-title matches. He grew tired of his lack of title shots in the promotion and left the promotion.

After a brief stint with ACW (Atlantic Championship Wrestling) he started looking for a promotion that he could call home. He attended an event promoted by the EWA (Empire wrestling alliance). Impressed by this promotion's talent he met with the promoter and booker and received a future booking on an event. He would wind up wrestling a man by the name of major glory, a name he was all too familiar with and with the last roster spot on the line it was time to rekindle an old feud from the WWC.

In a hard fought battle JC Rage beat Major Glory and impressed the promoter in the process earning him that last roster spot. He was now in the promotion he wanted to call home. JC Rage wasn't all that happy, as he still felt that there was something missing. The missing piece of the puzzle was longtime girlfriend Diamond Divine. When JC Rage took her on as his manger things really started rolling for the "Rage filled one". With an upset victory over seasoned veteran the heartbreaker and JC Rage's fan base building by the show, it was only a matter of time before he got his title shot.

When he received his title shot, he made the most of it by capturing the EWA heavyweight championship from "Dynamic" Billy Rivell at Monmouth University. The red and black are now a symbol of JC Rage's character, the black representing the quiet yet intimidating side of JC Rage and the red representing the anger he gets as he steps between the ropes.

JC Rage has also held the NWS Regional Heavyweight Championship. Feuding with TNT for the title.

Some legends that JC Rage has stepped into the ring with include, the No. 1 jobber Barry Horowitz, The Patriot, WWF Hall of Famer Jimmy "Superfly" Snuka, and The Honky Tonk Man. JC has also worked with the likes of Sgt. Slaughter, George "The Animal" Steele, "Luscious" Johnny Valiant, Chris Candido and many others

JC Rage takes pride in never under estimating an opponent. He feels he can beat anyone in the ring and has the utmost respect for each and every opponent he steps in the ring with.

He has these words of warning for every individual who steps in the ring with him:

"When you step into the ring, and you feel the rage that I bring in with me, you will know it is just a matter of time before you are looking up at the lights. And as the Ref raises my hand in victory yet again, there are two things you can do about it:

Nothing, and Like It!


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