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Mike Flyte

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Real Name Michael Senica
Height 6'2'' (1.88 m)
Birthplace Doylestown, Pennsylvania (United States of America)
Date of Birth 26th April 1969 (age 52)
Debut 2004
 

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Alias Mike Flyte
Trainer Was trained by Afa.
Tag Teams Flight Crew with Jason Static
Management Managed D-Ray 3000 and Jeff Coleman.
Managed by Managed by Melissa Coates.
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Statistics and information about the 2 matches fought by Mike Flyte in our events database
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- Mike Flyte made his debut in 2004 at WXW Sportsfest as the manager for Jeff Coleman where their opponent in a dark match was Mike Tobin. Coleman pinned Tobin and then the pair went on to feud with notable superstars such as Great Samu, Rikishi, Afa Jr.. Don Muraco and Sinister X. Coleman was undefeated under the guidance of Mike Flyte during their time at WXW.
- The pair then went on to work for RPWF where Coleman won the heavyweight title back in 2005.
- After working a year for RPWF, Coleman went onto work for ECPW. Mike later joined him on the roster but, now was known as Il Padrone, which was a Tony Soprano gimmick.
- Managed The Wops "Wrestling Organized Protection Services". He took Lucky Zaccone and Louie the Hand to the top of the ECPW tag team roster as they won the straps from Kevin Apollo and Sean Martin back in 2006
- Later in 2006 they dropped the belts to the Next Generation [2] with Captain Lou Albano in their corner.
- Padrone then went on to manage Dan Mandini and Little Tony Moose as Lucky Zaccone feuded with the new WOPS. Lucky defeated Padrone in a taped fist match in Lincoln Park, N.J.
- Mike went on to team up with Jason Static where they were know as the Flyte-Crew. The pair worked at VPW and CCW where they were joined by Melissa Coates aka Mile High Melissa.
- Static left the pair in 2008 and Coates and Flyte then worked at various independent promotions around the United States.
- In 2009/10, Mike Flyte worked for ACPW, based out of the Philadelphia area and worked as a manager for A.M.I.L. and Billy Reil. He also worked with Izzy Kensington in several tag team matches.
- In 2011/12 Mike worked for American Championship Entertainment located in New Jersey. He was the leader of La Casa Italiano, where he was re-united with Lucky Zaccone. The pair then welcomed Giovanni Marranca and Leon St. Giovanni and the group was un-defeated until Padrone left the group in 2012.
- In 2013, Mike traveled over to Italy where he met Sam Vitale, owner of the International Wrestling Network. Flyte and Vitale worked out a contract where Mike would introduce the United States to the IWN.
- Later in 2013, Mike asked "Righteous Maker" Rick Baker aka D-Ray 3000 from IW, to head over to Italy and wrestle for the IWN title. Baker won the gold from Luigi Sasso and they both returned back to the U.S. where they now compete all over the country. - - The pair made their Lancaster Pro Wrestling in November 2013 where they faced ROH Superstar J. Diesel. Baker and Flyte returned to LCW in October 2014 and faced Shark Boy.
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