Thomas Pritchard is a business attorney with expertise in merger and acquisition transactions, public and private offerings of debt and equity securities, Securities and Exchange Commission regulatory compliance compliance, as well as general corporate advice. In total he has tried over sixty civil cases to verdict as well as participating in over twenty mediation sessions.
Prichard first competed at Gene and Mike LeBell’s Los Angeles Olympic Auditorium wrestling promotion before venturing off into other NWA territories.
Early Life and Education
Thomas Pritchard was born July 31, 1982 and is an independent professional wrestler who competes as both singles and tag team performer for various independent promotions. Additionally, he often provides commentary for WWE shows like WWF Metal.
Dr. Walker is also an accomplished author, publishing in numerous publications such as Cathcart’s Baptist Encyclopedia and several small books on infant baptism as well as several articles about Baptist pastors. Additionally, he served on several boards such as those for Wake Forest College, UNC-Chapel Hill’s Southern Baptist Theological Seminary and others.
Daniel Keith Pritchard and Christine H. Kustos have two sons; Daniel is their oldest. Christopher loves professional wrestling and both siblings attend matches together in support of their favorite wrestlers.
Thomas Pritchard has extensive experience in civil and administrative trial practice. Additionally, his appellate practice spans both South Carolina Court of Appeals and United States Court of Appeals Fourth Circuit proceedings.
He has extensive experience representing public and private companies in merger and acquisition transactions, private and public offerings of debt and equity securities, Securities and Exchange Commission regulatory compliance matters, board and special committee representation.
Tom Prichard has competed for numerous independent promotions throughout the southeastern United States and conducted training seminars, befriended online professional wrestling journalist James Gutman of World Wrestling Insanity, hosted his own weekly wrestling commentary channel called Tuesdays with Tom, and worked in WWE’s developmental territories Deep South Wrestling (DSW) and Florida Championship Wrestling.
Achievement and Honors
Thomas Thomas from Flax Bourton in Bristol has been honored as an NAF Shining Star for April 2016. As part of the Bristol and Somerset Academy, this 13 year-old first began showjumping in 2015 and quickly advanced, competing in Pony British Novice classes as well as Stepping Stones classes.
After graduating law school, Tom was offered a one-year clerkship under Honorable Judge William L. Howard of South Carolina’s Ninth Judicial Circuit for South Carolina. During this time period he observed and participated in over forty civil and criminal trials across South Carolina.
He now practices wrestling at Runcorn Wrestling Academy with his mud-loving Cremello Pony, Alpachineo. This year has brought incredible results and continued growth is evident.
Tom Pritchard, a retired professional wrestler, is also a popular YouTube personality and conducts training seminars. For over three decades he was on the neural and behavioral sciences faculty at Penn State College of Medicine, teaching medical neuroscience classes as part of their neural and behavioral sciences faculty and co-authoring related texts.
As well as his legal clerk responsibilities, he also held positions on many committees such as curriculum evaluation and medical student selection committees; additionally he served on the library advisory board.
By 1760, John Fairfax owned multiple slaves and worked as a joiner (skilled carpenter). On May 11, 1760 he sold most of his father’s Fairfax grant land to George Vandivere of Loudoun County but later acquired it back from George Vandivere on his return in 1774.
Thomas Pritchard has extensive civil trial experience, having tried over sixty cases to verdict and participating in over 250 mediations as both counsel for disputants and mediator. Additionally, he specializes in insurance defense, coverage issues, products liability law and premises liability law.
He owns an exquisite 1820s regency house in Conwy, Wales. Renovating it took decades – never discarding anything useful such as tiles or bricks but using all parts to fill his house with antiques.
He owns his own antique business and features on Quest TV’s Salvage Hunters show, boasting 5 feet 9 inches with Hazel eyes and a bald head. His estimated net worth is an estimated $5 Million.