• Ring Name: "Colossal" Mike Law

  • Date Of Birth: 02/10/1983

  • Height: 6'7 Weight: 625 Stones

  • Birth Place: Brooklyn, NY Debut:

  • 2001 NWA Over the Top

  • Trained by: Carlos "Eagle"Morales "Lowlife" Louie Ramos and Laithon Tower of Torture

  • Finishers/Signature Moves: Brainbuster, Tornado DDT, Colossal Cutter

  • Homepage: (or FB,Twitter) Twitter: TheColossalMikeLaw Instagram: ColossalMikeLaw Facebook:ColossalMike

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    -How did you get into the Wrestling business ?

  • I loved pro wrestling since I could remember. Possibly as young as 4 years old. My uncle was a referee for a local indie in Brooklyn, NY that all ended for him when he was legit hit over the head with a Heineken bottle during a match. He proceeded to introduce me to this local promoter in Brooklyn, named Pedro Rodriguez. Started training at the age of 15.

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    -What is your family thinking of your passion for the sport, are they worried about your health? My dad was quiet about it, although I think he just wanted to see me do something that made me happy. My mom supported it, but was unhappy seeing her baby boy come home with welts from the numerous chops I would take, and god-forbid I ever got injured.
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    - What can you say about your Coach and how long did it take, that it was clear for you to do the first match? It was different era at that time. I trained for about a year and a half. Close to, two years before my 1st student match. I should have listened more and really focused more on different aspects of the game that guys like Laithon preached. I was too busy trying to get over flips and trying to do moves I had no business doing at the time. They were tough that's for sure. Drills, taking move after move, chops, you name it. It didn't come easy, yet it made me appreciate what we have and made me know that getting in the ring was privilege, not a right.
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    - 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? I remember feeling nauseous and thinking I just wanted to get out there already. I wrestled in front of 15-20 people (4 which included my mom,dad, little brother and sister) and I was proud afterwards, but looking back at it. It wasn't very good. I did stuff that I had no business doing and I had sooo much to learn about the different aspects of what we do, and why we do them.
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    - You work for Indy Pro Wrestling Companys in the USA , what can you tell us about some of this? The indies here in the USA run the gamut from good, to well.. Not so good. There is an insane amount of talent out here though. Back when I started, I was hesitant to bring a family/friends to shows, because you never knew what you were going to get. There would be some good talent, and good matches, and then there were some that were just flat out terrible. Today there are those examples, however I believe with the influx of reputable schools, along with reputable trainers, that you're less likely to see that.. Well at least here in the Northeast at least.
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  • - Pro Wrestling has many legends, do you have any idols? Eddie Guerrero for being the arguably best overall performer. The man had the in ring abilities, like no other, and could do comedy,be a serious competitor. The man could illicit any reaction from the crowd.

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    - How would you describe an Wrestling Fans from an other Country the Wrestling Events in your Land?? If you plan on attending any indie shows in the United States, check them out on social media, other fan reviews,etc. Much like going to a restaurant to eat, you want to make sure that the quality is there, and most of the time it's easy to see what's good and what isn't. With that being said, here in the Northeast, you will see a variety of styles and matches. You will see some incredible fliers, as well as some hard hitters. We sparkle in some characters for good measure, along with young talent, and veterans who can go in there. You will see (depending on the company) some former TV talent as well !
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  • - What goals do you still have, would a major contract be interesting for you or do you feel well in the Indy area? I just want to be able to put together a string of matches and body of work that I, along with fans can look back at, and say "that guy was entertaining. He was fun to watch". Just give people something to remember me by! The goal is to leave a legacy in this world for people to remember me by, long after I am gone.

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  • - 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? That is the ultimate goal for me. To travel the world entertaining the fans and performing in front of those different fan base. Obviously Japan, and Europe come to mind for me. And Mexico. Wrestling is hot and will get hotter in the years to come. I hope to work hard and get the opportunity to show the fans outside the United States what the "Colossal" one is capable of.

    -When a booker or company from your Country or arround the world will book you where can they contact you? They can always reach me through social media, but more directly through email at : thecolossalmikelaw@gmail.com

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  • -Is there anything else you would like to let the World Wrestling Fans and your fans know? Just know that when I am on the card you are promised a spectacle and to be entertained. Whether it's by my persona or moves. You will know that by the end of my match. I am the real deal.

     

     

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Interview with " Colossal" Mike Law

Indy Pro Wrestling Interviews Global Tour 2016/2017