Darius Lockhart IS An Independent Professional wrestler and creative  from charlotte, North Carolina.

Born September 24th, 1995, Darius Lockhart is a native Charlottean with a passion for performance. At age 12, Lockhart fell in love with the art of Professional Wrestling, and decided he would dedicate his life to the craft. At 17 years old, Darius began his Professional wrestling training at the Highspots Pro-Wrestling School under the tutelage of "Mr Number One" George South, WWE Superstar Cedric Alexander, and Impact Wrestling star Caleb Konley. Lockhart would go on to have his first professional match August 15th, 2013 and continue his wrestling career all while attending the University of North Carolina Greensboro. He graduated May 12th, 2017 with a Degree in Communication Studies and a minor in African Diaspora Studies. Since then, Lockhart has become world traveled, wrestling not only across the country and coastal regions, but also overseas in the United Kingdom. There he spent four months living and training with World of Sport and British Wrestling Legend, Marty Jones.

Lockhart has continued to thrive within the world of sports entertainment, aiming to use his platform in order to evoke change on a social and political level, spreading a positive message of hope and resiliency against hate. He claims "I couldn't attend every protest, so I took the protests with me."

His motto: "Be A Revolutionary."

Throughout his journey, Lockhart has also formed previous alliances with tag partners Caleb Konley and Zane Riley, to form the faction known as "The Revolt!," as well as a brief tag team run with Caprice Coleman, coming together to be known as, "The Vanguard."

In addition to his public persona, Lockhart aims to be a communal servant, volunteering when possible, all in effort to see the growth of his city, the world, and most importantly - the people.

Lockhart states, "Be who you needed when you were younger. Be the change you want to see in the world. Be a mother. Be a father. Be whatever your heart desires - but whatever you are - make sure that you're a revolutionary. It's in all of us.

BE A Revolutionary."