Pro Wrestler is USAF & Korean Champ

| June 17, 2019

(Senior Airman Stefan Alvarez/Air Force)

(Photo by: Senior Airman Stefan Alvarez/Air Force)

The USAF has its very own wrestling champ, based in Korea.

When Air Force Tech. Sgt. Gregory Gauntt isn’t conducting operations with his unit, he’s conducting body slams inside the ring.

Gauntt, 33, is currently stationed in South Korea with the 8th Logistics Readiness Squadron, where he serves as a non-commissioned officer in charge of fuels knowledge operations. However, Gauntt has another persona: the heavyweight champion of the Pro Wrestling Society in South Korea. – Article

His parents disapproved of his wanting to be a pro wrestler (well, look at that loudmouth we all know and despise), so he joined the Air Force and began wrestling on the side 11 years ago. Now, he’s known as the “Jersey Devil” in Korea and is the current Korean wrestling champion.

Hubba hubba!

What?!??!? You guys get eye candy all the time. Pfffttt!

Category: Air Force, Korea

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  1. 5th/77th FA says:

    Ex-PH2 posted…”hubba hubba”…So Mi’Lady are you saying you wouldn’t mind if The Jersey Devil body slammed you? (dodges well thrown cast iron skillet, catches same and uses to make buttermilk cornbread as a peace offering)

    Prime beef cake for the Lionesses.

  2. AW1Ed says:

    Well played, Ex. I’m toning the cheesecake down to about one a week, just to keep the guys on alert. Only I will know which post and when.

  3. Bill R. says:

    8th LSS, Kunsan Air Base, RoK