A young kid touted as one of wrestling's brighter prospects for both his above average height and his ability to fly like any cruiserweight. When things looked promising for him in NBW, they were brought to a premature end following a career-threatening knee injury.
The career of Nathaniel Garretty seemingly was cut short.
He moved on from wrestling in 2014 and moved onward to other pursuits, mainly finishing his Bachelors in Computer Science. Things looked up for the smart kid, but he wasn't willing to sit and do a nine to five job for the rest of his days, while he wondered what could have been. The itch for wrestling never truly went away and when he decided to pursue a comeback, many questioned Nathaniel's decisions.
One of those men was not NBW legend Spike Saunders.
After a backstage meeting in NBW with Saunders, he convinced him to give it another go and reached out to Tyson XL, coming off a big career resurgence of his own.
Tyson helped retrain young Plazma in mid-2016 at his XL Dojo and along with Spike's help, got young Plazma back into in-ring shape. Since the start of 2017, buzz spread across the indies about the tall man and his comeback story turned a lot of heads, culminating in Plazma winning his first champions, the West Coast Championship Wrestling Leader of the Pack and Tag titles alongside mentor Tyson XL.
Seeing that he had a knack for the tag game, Tyson XL and Plazma decided to take their game even higher as a team and now the team of big athletic freaks have come to IGS with one goal.