As a 3-year-old child, Loncar watched these larger than life characters on his television set with his dad. From Hulk Hogan to "Macho Man" Randy Savage, The Ultimate Warrior and The Natural Disasters; it was Loncar's goal to be involved in the wrestling industry. The Attitude Era really defined his passion to become a professional wrestler one day.
Loncar grew up in the city of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. In 1995, he and couple of best friends built a homemade ring in the backyard and started their own organization. Events were videotaped and held after school almost everyday. In 1998, Loncar met a man by the name of Johnny Rebel in Lebanon, Pennsylvania. Rebel used to travel with Mick Foley and worked with several WCW and WWE superstars. Johnny Rebel was the first person to show Loncar how to bump in a real ring and started taking him to shows around the area. Once Rebel moved out of the area, Loncar met another professional wrestler who had a training facility and gave him a tryout. That resulted in a concussion and a week stay at the hospital. After recovering, it was time to ship off to boot camp and Loncar would officially be on active duty for the next four years.
The Ultimate Wrestling Experience
Upon returning to Pennsylvania in 2007, Loncar linked back up with childhood friends Travis Shirk and Kevin Murphy. In 2009, Travis started training a handful of aspiring wrestlers and a new company was founded in 2010; The UWE. Since 2010, working under the ring name The Hunter, he has been on shows with WWE Legends The Honky Tonk Man and Jake "The Snake" Roberts, ECW Icons Tommy Dreamer and Dawn Marie, and Ring of Honor superstar Jay Lethal. The Hunter is also the booking agent for The Honky Tonk Man.
"I will continue to go on this journey to achieve this childhood dream of working for the WWE." – The Hunter
- Finishing Moves
- The Derailer