Furio - Interview from the 19th Century


Ring Name:  Furio
Date Of Birth: The 19th Century
Height: 5’8”
Weight: 160 lbs
Birth Place: My human body was born in Palermo which was the capital of the Kingdom of Sicily at the time.
Debut: 2011
Trained by: Jimmy Starr, ‘Dark Wolf’ Matt Walters, The U.K Pitbulls (Big Dave and Bulk), Danny Boy Collins
Finishers/Signature Moves: Roundhouse Kick to the Head, Double Foot Stomp, 540 Kick,
Christo (Flying Octopus Hold)
Homepage: (or FB,Twitter) www.facebook.com/furiovampire - Twitter: @FurioVampire - Instagram: furiovampire


 -Thank you for your spontaneous commitment and being a part of "The Global Indy Pro Wrestling World Tour 2016/2017. Can you introduce yourself please? – My name is Furio. I
make the predictable unpredictable but more importantly I make the comfortable….very uncomfortable.


How did you get into the Wrestling business ? – The U.K Pitbulls had a Gym (The Pitbull Powerhouse) which I briefly trained at and that opened my eyes to Pro Wrestling world.
After finishing my Martial Arts training I eventually joined the Falling Starr Wrestling Academy where I remain to this day honing my skills to become more deadlier.


What is your family thinking of your passion for the sport, are they worried about your health? – The family I come from have a saying. “Kill or be Killed”. They trust I will endure the hardships of wrestling. You can say I come from a family who has a talent for enduring the flow of time.


What can you say about your Coach and how long did it take, that it was clear for you to do the first match? –Jimmy, who see’s my progression on a regular basis has always had a very hands on approach and always tries to push me to best of my abilities. I am very
proud of the knowledge that has been given to me over the years. It was a few months
after my first lesson that I was put on a show.


Can you still remember your very first Pro Wrestling match and what was it like to wrestle in front of an live crowd for the first time? – Yes I was put in a Battle Royale with my fellow Academy alumni at the time. This was my first experience wrestling in front of a crowd. My first proper match was against my trainers Jimmy Starr and Matt Walters in a Tag Match. When all eyes are on you it is hard but with time you learn to
adapt.


You work for Indy Pro Wrestling Companys in the UK , what can you tell us about some of this? – I believe that the British Wrestling scene is on fire at the moment. There are
so many places to go and work for plus so many eyes are on it now. In any part of the UK
you can find a place to work now. Look at what has happened at the start of this year already with WWE showing interest. This is the place to be.


You called the Venomous Vampire, is there a story behind your gimmick? – Ah yes isn’t there always? I have no problems showing what I am. Why hide in this day and age? I am
here to say yes. Yes you should look over your shoulder. That noise you hear late at night in your house? I would advise you take heed of it. That shadow in the corner of your room? Stare at it for a while…you may see something move. It will be the last thing you see however.


 Pro Wrestling has many legends, do you have any idols? – I have fond memories of The
Great Muta and being enthralled with his presentation. Rey Mysterio has always been a
favourite. In my opinion he is the best cruiserweight style wrester to ever live.


How would you describe an Wrestling Fans from an other Country the Wrestling Events in your Land?? – I believe that there is something for everyone here. All styles are catered for and the talent on offer is out of this world. It always helps to see if you can visit a webpage or buy a DVD of a show to see if it is to your liking. The scene is
constantly evolving and the quality of shows and wrestlers has never been higher.


 Every wrestler tries to gain international experience, to travel to many countries. Which country you would love to visit next and wrestle? And do you had the time to make some sightseeing in other Countrys? – There is still so much of the UK I wish to
explore. My task has not ended here yet. I believe the fans of Japan would be in for a treat if I appeared on there shows. So that is definitely a goal. I love to partake of the local cuisine wherever I go.


When a booker or company from your Country or arround the world will book you where can they contact you? – I am reachable by my e-mail furiovampire@gmail.com or my facebook
page www.facebook.com/furiovampire


Is there anything else you would like to let the World Wrestling Fans and your fans know? I am real and VERY hungry. There is a reason you should not go out at night. Your
souls are forfeit. I will devour you all.