Scorpio Sky - Professional Wrestling Career - Independent Circuit

Independent Circuit

On July 10, 2009, Sky defeated nine other men in a cash out match to become the first EWA Champion. On August 22 at XPW's 10 Year Anniversary Show Sky and Luke Hawx won the XPW World Tag Team Titlesby defeating Matt Cross and Tool. Sky made his Ring of Honor debut on January 29, 2010, during the WrestleReunion 4 weekend, teaming up with Scott Lost in a losing effort against Colt Cabana and El Generico. He once again competed with ROH on March 26 & 27 again teaming with Scott Lost to face the Kings of Wrestling and Kenny King respectively.

On Saturday June 5, 2010 Scorpio Sky faced Joey Ryan & Johnny Goodtime in a Triple Threat Match to determine who will Main Event M1W's(Mach One Wrestling) Centre City Slam in July. He was victorious and faced Shelton Benjamin in San Diego on July 24, 2010 in a losing effort.

On July 30, 2010 Scorpio Sky made his one night only return to Pro Wrestling Guerrilla to compete against Scott Lost in Lost's retirement match. Sky defeated Lost after hitting him with his own "Big Fat Kill" finishing move. After the match they shook hands and bid goodbye to the fans.

On January 1, 2011 Scorpio Sky defeated Sindarin, Famous B, Joey Ryan, and Johnny Goodtime to win the first ever M1W New Years Cup Tournament.

In 2011, it was revealed that Sky would take part in a new hiphop/pro wrestling collaboration, the Urban Wrestling Federation, with taping of the first event "First Blood" taking place on June 3.

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