Former Impact Wrestling star Homicide celebrated his 30th in-ring debut anniversary this week. The former X Division Champion made his in-ring debut on March 5 back in 1994 after training himself trying to make some money and a name for himself. 

After a few years of wrestling on his own, Homicide then joined an independent promotion named Jersey All Pro Wrestling which kickstarted his professional wrestling career. Since then, the veteran has made a huge name for himself with a lot of championship wins on the way. Homicide is currently signed with NJPW where he lost his debut match against Will Ospreay in 2022. 

Staying in the industry for 30 years with injury-prone matches throughout isn’t very easy. Celebrating his 30th in-ring anniversary, Homicide sent a heartfelt message on Facebook thanking fans and every promotion he has been a part of in the past. 

“I’m very humble so grateful for the kind words for my 30th anniversary. To me is bigger than my bday.I work so hard and dealing with injuries. Thank you everyone. To all promoters I work for since 1994. NWA Thank you for listening crazy passion self Means A lot And water cocobutter sandbags for making me still move. My students, mentors, crew, Thx means a lot. West Texas Puerto Rico to NYC. ROTTWEILDERS DHS BLAATTTTT 5150” 


Homicide is currently 46, and with 30 years already in the industry, a couple of years more won’t be surprising. However, extending his in-ring career much more could be very risky. Stay connected to Ringside News to get the latest updates on the wrestling world. 

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Ishaan Rathi

Ishaan has been a follower of wrestling for more than a decade now. His passion to learn new things and enhance his skills has helped him get experience as a writer at websites like GiveMeSport and Fansided. He has also held content manager and editorial roles in FirstSportz before. Apart from wrestling, Ishaan seeks to take time and watch movies and TV shows.

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