- 5′ 0″
- 200 lbs
Kid Fite is one half of Scottish tag team outfit, Fight Club.
Fite and his partner, Liam Thomson made their PCW debut as part of the PBW invasion back in October 2011 at PCW vs PBW. Fite took the mic and riled the live crowd to start the evening before he and his partner returned to battled the M.O.B later on. The two teams would brawl to a No Contest.
The next time PCW would see Kid Fite would be April 2012 at Never Give Up. This time it was as a solo competitor. Fite would challenge PBW Heavyweight Champion, BT Gunn for the championship. He was unsuccessful.
Back in tag team action that August, the team of Fight Club would engage in a Triple Threat tag team battle with old rivals, the M.O.B and the team of Disco Madness to crown the first ever PCW Tag Team Champions. Fight Club successfully outlasted both other teams to walk as the title holders.
Kid Fite and Noam Dar (subbing for an injured Liam Thomson) would successfully defend the belts the following month against Disco Madness. Once Thomson was back in action, Fight Club saw off challenges from Project Lucha and international stars The Young Bucks to keep hold of the coveted titles.
Fite made another foray into singles competition in February 2013 when he participated in the Road to Glory tournament. He was defeated in the first round by THE Brian Kendrick.
Fight Club would both compete in Spring Slam's 30 Man Rumble in April but neither would succeed in achieving the PCW Heavyweight Championship shot as both would be eliminated.
At Supershow 2 in June 2013, Fight Club would face the biggest test of their tag team title reign as they defended the belts against the legendary Steiner Brothers. Fite and Thomson didn't go down without a fight but Rick and Scott's experience were too much and their near year reign came to an end. They would get a chance at regaining the belts the following night in a Triple Threat tag team match that also featured Team Single, but wouldn't be able to reclaim the straps.
Kid Fite and Liam Thomson would return to PCW in March 2014 at Who Dares Wins, falling to the duo of DNA, Dean Allmark and Robbie Dynamite. They would both compete in the Rumble match later that night but neither were able capture the vacant PCW Heavyweight Championship.