|Ring name(s)|| Chris Miles|
|Born|| February 8, 1979 |
(San Diego, California)
|Resides||San Diego, California|
|Billed From||San Diego, California|
Christopher Keith Miles (born February 8, 1979 in San Diego, California) is a retired American professional wrestler, better known by his ring name CK Miles. He is best known for his time in Soul Wrestling Incorporated, where he is a two-time SWI World Champion. CK is also a former SWI North American Champion, and a two-time SWI World Tag Team Champion with Tannark Fisher. CK previously served as the general manager for Maple Creek Championship Wrestling until its closure on October 5, 2013. CK was inducted into the SWI Hall of Fame in 2016.
Soul Wrestling IncorporatedEdit
Debut and The Party Animals (2005 - 2006)Edit
CK Miles made his SWI debut on the October 19, 2005 episode of Apocalypse, defeating Tony Jones. Shortly after, CK formed a tag team with Tannark Fisher called The Party Animals, with the duo given gimmicks of skateboarding pranksters, akin to Jackass and The Dudesons. The team competed in the tag team ranks, earning tag team title shots against The Ministry. The duo won the SWI World Tag Team Championship from C-Code & MC Bob at Disasterpiece, holding the belts for a month before dropping them back to C-Code & MC Bob the following month in a ladder match at Unholy Confessions. The duo challenged for the titles on numerous occasions afterwards before amicably parting ways in December. CK lost to Tannark at Destiny Fulfilled.
Singles career and North American champion (2007 - 2008)Edit
At the start of 2007, CK began feuding with Mr. Besser, with Besser targetting CK due to his immaturity. The two fought to a no-contest at Beginning Anew. Besser and Frankie Starr then defeated CK and Darren Phoenix at Challenging Adversity, with Besser powerbombing CK off the stage after the match. CK returned a month later and finally defeated Besser in a Canadian Lumberjack match at Questions Unanswered. In June, CK began courting Kelsey Phoenix, drawing the ire of Kelsey's father Darren. CK and Kelsey defeated Darren Phoenix in a handicap match at Independence, then CK attacked Frankie Starr later in the night, challenging him for the SWI North American Championship.
CK defeated Frankie in a Ladder match at Disasterpiece to win the North American Championship. CK defended the title a month later at Unholy Confessions, reuniting with Tannark to defeat Edgemaster and Luthrion. CK lost the title to Survivor at Betrayal, then teamed with XS3 and Necrosphere to defeat Trinity and Joey McFarlane at Kill or Be Killed: The Final Chapter. During SWI's underground era, CK drifted in and out of singles and tag team competition with Tannark, challenging for the North American title throughout 2008.
The Party Animals reunion and break-up (2009 - 2010)Edit
When SWI returned in 2009, The Party Animals reunited, defeating Jason Hardcore and Shorty Drinkin at Beginning Anew. The two competed in the tag team division, winning the SWI World Tag Team Championship for a second time at Kill or Be Killed by defeating Team England. The team lost the titles in a Tag Team Turmoil at Destiny Fulfilled to Bad Attitude Inc., then lost a rematch for the titles at Beginning Anew.
At Challenging Adversity, The Party Animals competed in the Golden Opportunity battle royal with the last three winners receiving title shots. The two, along with Ken Davids, won the match; CK received a shot at the SWI World Tag Team Championship while Tannark received a North American title match. CK showed his support for Tannark, although he showed signed of jealousy. Run Away volunteered to be CK's partner, and the two unsuccessfully challenged for the SWI World Tag Team Championship at Questions Unanswered. After the match, CK walked out on Run Away, claiming it was the most humiliating experience of his life. CK defeated Run Away at Renewal; later in the show, CK appeared at the end of Tannark's title defense against Monty James, attacking Monty. CK then attacked Tannark when he tried to stop him, turning heel for the first time. Tannark defeated CK at Independence when CK was disqualified for refusing to stop attacking Tannark.
World Champion and other feuds (2010 - 2012)Edit
CK then qualified for the Versus the World match at Disasterpiece by defeating Benjamin Collier on the July 10 episode of Apocalypse. At Disasterpiece, CK won the match, last eliminating Tannark to become the SWI World Champion. CK became the fourth Triple Crown Champion and the second challenger to win the Versus the World match. CK defended the title against Tannark at Unholy Confessions in a Steel Cage match, ending their feud. CK then defended against Joey McFarlane in a TLC match at Betrayal, and Frankie Starr at Kill or Be Killed. At the end of the show, CK aligned himself with The Ministry, Darren Phoenix, and Justine Vaine, calling themselves the Golden Alliance, who had formed to keep their titles away from the newcomers of SWI.
The Golden Alliance's formation led to the return of Edgemaster and the formation of Worldwide Truth & Freedom. Edgemaster and W.T.F. defeated the Golden Alliance at Broken Chains in the second ever Harbor Cage match to earn title shots at Destiny Fulfilled. At the event, CK lost the SWI World Championship to Edgemaster, ending his reign at 154 days. CK lost a rematch at Beginning Anew, then lost to a returning XS3 at Challenging Adversity. In March, CK began feuding with Bad Attitude Inc., costing them their tag title match against The Stones at Rise of the Forces. CK claimed that Bad Attitude Inc. were the catalyst to his poor attitude when they humiliated him at Questions Unanswered a year ago. CK teamed with The Ministry in a losing effort against Bad Attitude Inc. and XS3 at Questions Unanswered. The following week, CK defeated Andreas Trinidad when Thunder Train debuted, aligning himself with CK. The new team defeated Bad Attitude Inc. at Renewal, when Justine Vaine attacked Lisa Cross at ringside, allowing Train to pin the distracted TANK. The two sides continued feuding with one another, with Frankie Starr joining Team CK and Rainmaster joining Team Attitude in June. At Unholy Confessions, Team Attitude defeated Team CK in a Steel Cage match. The feud went on to win SWI Feud of the Year.
On the following episode of Apocalypse, CK began targetting Monty James and the SWI World Championship. Monty defeated CK at Betrayal, then Train at Kill or Be Killed. CK and Train challenged Monty in a triple threat match at Broken Chains, with Edgemaster (who had returned from injury) serving as the special guest referee. CK pinned Monty to win the SWI World Championship for a second time. CK defended against Monty at Destiny Fulfilled, then against Monty and Edgemaster at Challenging Adversity. In February, CK's alliance with Train ended when Monty attacked Train repeatedly with a chair, giving the company a storyline excuse to write Train out of their storylines. After defeating Jeffy at Questions Unanswered, CK announced he was the new (kayfabe) owner of Maple Creek Championship Wrestling and he was planning on leaving the company after Independence with the SWI World Championship in his possession.
At Independence, CK lost the SWI World Championship to Tannark, ending his reign at 210 days. After the match, CK and Tannark made amends and embraced for the last time in an SWI ring before CK took his leave to serve as MCCW general manager full-time until its closure on October 5, 2013. CK made an appearance on the December 21 episode of Apocalypse as a part of the World Champions Panel. CK then appeared at Independence 10, helping Tannark, XS3, and a group of others fight off a group of disgruntled talent. On June 18, 2016, he was announced as an inductee into the SWI Hall of Fame Class of 2016.
CK is currently married to Justine Vaine.
- Finishing moves
- Crash and Burn (Yokosuka cutter)
- MXC (Most XTreme Corkscrew) (Twisting corkscrew splash)
- Trademark moves
- Float-over DDT
- Mile High Moonsault (Springboard moonsault)
- Peter Pan (Jumping lariat)
- Pull-back knee strike
- Spin Cycle (Swinging double underhook suplex)
- Springboard forearm smash
- Vertical suplex to neckbreaker
- "The Jumping Jackass"
- "The Tenacious Traitor"
- Entrance themes
- "Embody the Invisible" by In Flames (October 19, 2005 - October 7, 2006; January 25, 2009 - June 24, 2012)
- "This Could Be Anywhere in the World" by Alexisonfire (October 14, 2006 - January 1, 2009)