Often referred to (usually by himself) as “The Kentucky Gentleman”, Chuck Taylor seems to feel he’s a bit more refined and dignified than he actually is. The “Kentucky” part is definitely true, however the jury is still out when it comes to “Gentleman”. That notwithstanding, Taylor has been wrestling for nearly half of his life, starting training at the age of 15. Due to state regulations, Taylor was unable to compete in his home-state until he turned 18, which set him on a path to the highways and interstates from day one. Taylor has seen success and championship gold in virtually every promotion he’s been, including PWG, Evolve, CHIKARA, and CZW. Taylor also has history teaming with other GFW stars such as Trent Baretta and Johnny Gargano, but only time will tell if those relationships become rekindled.
Taylor has no doubt amassed a fan fallowing for himself over the years, and while many love to see Chuck Taylor it seems even more fans just enjoy watching Chuck Taylor get punched in the mouth. Whatever your reason for wanting to see Chuck Taylor may be, he is someone to keep your eye on moving forward in GFW. With an underrated intensity that can often be overlooked in favor of his loud mouth and boisterous claims, Taylor seems to find his best niche as the sleeper success story more often than not. Can “Sexy Chucky T” catch the GFW roster off-guard and do the same here?