"Ricky Reyes is a world-class talent and we are glad to have him on board with F.I.G.H.T," said co-creator James Noland. "His VERY decorated resume speaks for itself," he later added. Several of F.I.G.H.T's performers were happy to hear that Reyes would be coming on board. Robbie Paige voiced excitment when he heard the news. "Having a world-class talent like Reyes in a promotion is never a bad thing. This guy has done so much in the wrestling industry. It completely raises the bar for all of us. Having the best competition brings out the best in all of us. Im looking forward to facing him here in F.I.G.H.T somewhere down the line."
Debuting in 1997, Reyes first made a name for himself in Rick Bassman's Ultimate Pro Wrestling based out of Southern California. He eventually went on to become a mainstay in Ring of Honor, where he won the ROH Tag Team Championship with Rocky Romero as a member of the Rotweilers. Over the years, Reyes has also competed for PWG, CZW, Carlos Colon's WWC, as well as performed on numerous tours of Japan. Reyes is currently in his 19th year in Professional Wrestling.
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