As a young tag team in a young, developing wrestling company, it would be easy to get lost in the shuffle. For the Two Star Heroes, it is working to their advantage. They are sort of making their presence felt, while still staying under the radar a bit.
These guys are very familiar with wrestling in the dark matches (pre-show matches) and they are making the most of those matches, even to the point of embracing their role (hence Kings of the Dark Matches). It is only a matter of time before they start moving out of dark matches. Until then, they are learning and improving.
They are also enjoyable to watch as they progress. They inject humor into their matches, but not to the point of distraction. You never want to cross that line and become more comedy than wrestling (ask Santino Marella). So far, these guys are working it all well.
JohngysBeat.com Contributor Extraordinaire Matt Parker interviewed Knicks and Castro before R Pro's Mane Attraction in March. Their personalities come through clearly in the interview. Like I wrote, these guys are fun. I hope you enjoy them as much as we do. It was our first time speaking to them on camera, but it won't be our last.
After you watch the interview, please head over to the Matt Knicks Facebook page and the Chris Castro Facebook page to learn more about them and get their updates.
Also, check out ResistancePro.com for info on this great wrestling company. Better yet, come out and see Knicks, Castro and all of R Pro (and Johngy's Beat) on April 28 in Willowbrook for Back for the Attack.