Although fans may recognize him from his worldwide pay-per-view appearance, Heath Hatton is one of the quietest and most humble wrestlers in the locker room. As a man with the goal of making a living as a professional wrestler, he has managed to achieve a great deal of early success, including a run in a tag team with his trainer, Curly.
Now he's blazing his own path as a singles star. After wrestling some of the region's best athletes and teaming with one of independent wrestling's most renowned stars (hey, Colt Cabana) last year, Hatton has two things on his mind: to be the best possible wrestler he can be and to earn a reputation as a fighting champion now that he's laid claim to the Pro Wrestling Collision Heavyweight Championship.
Heavyweight Championship: Jan. 19, 2013 - Present
Collision Cup Tournament Winner: Jan. 19, 2013
Tag Team: 0-0
Now that I've become the Heavyweight Champion, I still have to prove I deserve it. There are people who still doubt me, but my true fans believe in me, and I believe in myself, so anything is possible.
When I was a kid, Jake "The Snake" Roberts was, by far, my favorite wrestler. I went away from being a fan for a few years and came back around in seventh grade after I saw Bill Goldberg. You just weren't cool if you didn't have a Goldberg shirt.
When I do cardio, I listen to Neil Diamond because his songs relax me. When I lift, it's usually rap or alternative - Linkin Park, Eminem and Three 6 Mafia to name a few.