Hey Rob, How’s everything going?
Everything is great, thanks for asking.
I have been riding a wave. Plus grinding hard.
How’d your season go?
It has been a crazy year. I wasn’t even playing, and a new team asked me to guest with them. It had a few guys I knew, so that was a yes. As Tucson Soulless we played in the XPL event and got 2nd, next up was Vegas. We headed up to Sin City and took 3rd. The next WCPPL event we played was at Camp Pendleton and got 2nd. After that WCPPL event, I was picked up by the most consistent team in Arizona, Scottsdale Elevation. I played in the next AZPPL event and got 2nd, again. Played the second AZPPL and finally got that 1st place finish my year needed. Boy did that feel good.
What were some of the ups and downs?
The downside to the year was having so many people that didn’t want to put %100 into paintball. %70 won’t cut it in my book. The upside is I finally got on a team that wants it %100 of the time, so look out WCPPL Vegas.
My goals were simple: play team paintball, shoot their guys, and don’t get shot.
How long have you been playing for?
I started in 2003 with a team Total Chaos. I played for 3 years, and after that I left to train in MMA (Mixed Martial Arts). My hiatus ended when my son asked me for a paintball gun for Christmas in 2010. So from there it was full speed ahead.
I know you get to play with your son, what’s that like?
I love my son, and paintball is one place we can compete on the same field side by side. He is only 12 but has played over 7 tournaments with me over 5 years.
Life is a perception of what is really happening, how you see it is how you feel, and how you feel is how you live. So look at the bright side be happy.