The “Wrestling Riddle Wrapped In An Enigma” has been amazing fans and confusing opponents for over a decade. Originally a product of CHIKARA’s Wrestle Factory, which gave Jigsaw the chance to learn every facet of wrestling from intricate mat-based holds to various international styles to the mind games and psychological tactics meant to throw off an opponent. Jigsaw saw his first major success in the promotion, most notable defeating the late “Sweet & Sour” Larry Sweeney to win the Young Lions Cup, a trophy he would successfully defend for the next year. CHIKARA rules dictated the champion must surrender the Cup each year so it may be competed for in the next Young Lions Cup tournament, so Jigsaw was never defeated for the trophy. Jigsaw has also seen time in Ring of Honor, Dragon Gate USA, as well as TNA, where he was known as Rubix. No matter where he has gone, his multi-faceted ring style has paid dividends, leading to numerous championship and tournament victories over the years. How will Jigsaw fare, however, as part of the most diversely styled roster in wrestling here in GFW? Will his normal tricks and tactics be foiled or can wrestling’s riddle add new pieces to the puzzle and perhaps find his way to a GFW NEX*GEN Championship?