As a resident of Los Angles, California the 23-year-old made an announcement about himself outside the ring that could have been met with criticism but rather embraced with support. His high-flying and aerial assault have shown his continued work ethic in and out of the ring. As a member of the LGBT community, Jake Atlas opens to bring change and positivity and be seen as more than a lifestyle. His passion was first evident as he was introduced to wrestling through his family’s love of Lucha Libre.
Atlas’ has a skill set that is as much a hybrid of the Lucha Libre style that fans have been accustomed to as he is a moveset that reflects several spots that it is impossible to turn away. Regardless of whom, Atlas is in the ring he brings a level of intensity that is long been tied to former trainees of the Santino Brothers Academy. He owes as much thanks to the likes of Brody King as he does the support of his mother and father. His growth an commitment in the industry will show in a year’s time when everyone looks to have Jake Atlas on their show.
At a time when being part of a particular ethnic culture could have been a challenge to have support. Jake Atlas’ family has shown that their love for him is greater than his sexual orientation. Atlas’ message of positivity will follow in the footsteps of the likes of former WWE superstar Darren Young. Despite suffering an injury early on in his career, Atlas has persevered and achieved great heights. To listen to this week’s edition click on the link below.
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