Damian Morasko
Birth name Luke Reid
Born October 22, 1988 (1988-10-22) (age 29)
Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia
Resides Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Professional wrestling career
Ring name(s) Damian Morasko
Height 6 ft 2 in
Weight 233 lbs
Billed from Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia
Trained By Maxwell Verdi
Debut 2006

Luke Reid (born October 22, 1988) is an Australian professional wrestler signed to VALOR Wrestling where he performs under the stage name Damian Morasko.

He was the on-screen brother of Blair Morasko during early 2013.

ACE (2010-2010) :

Internet Championship Dream:

In early 2010 He was signed to ACE another caw league made by another former TXW superstar Devin Surefire. He debuted against the then current number one on the internet championship power 5. In which he defeated Jake Axel, thus earning him an internet title shot. The next week he faced a debuting powerhouse named Damon Alexander in which he would lose. The next week was the final week that ace was in business. The match for the internet title in which damon would pin daniels

NCW (2010-2011):

Morasko was over in Japan once again wrestling for NCW, until he decided to return to the United States and pursue other endeavours. He would leave the company at the start of 2011 on bad terms.

NGC (Early 2011 - Mid 2011):

After leaving NCW. Morasko would then become a free agent for a total 2 months. He would then come across the newly formed NGC (New Generation of Caw). Where he would join the company's top heel faction, (This being the first time Morasko was ever heel) Destructive Rainfall. But before they could debut. Damian Morasko and the other 2 members of DR (Maxwell Verdi, Darren Zeminsky) were picked up by TXW once again.

TXW (Mid 2011 - Late 2011):

Morasko rejoined TXW in 2011.

He went on to debut at the All Caged Up Pre-Show defeating "Sinister" Seth Kasica by hitting his new finisher, "The Nosejob" on a steel chair. He would then take a months hiatus from TXW and return as the then International Champion, Killjoys mystery opponent. He would then defeat and gain the International Championship from Killjoy. Thus becoming 5-0. On the next sacrifice, Morasko faced off against long time friend Maxwell Verdi in a match that Verdi would win due to Daren Zeminsky, the returning superstar costing Morasko the match. A few weeks later Morasko would team with TXW's World Champion. Shannon Silveria against Everett Crede and Daren Zeminsky. The match would be ruled a no contest after Tony Roulette cut a promo on the stage. Soon after TXW would hold it's CPV event "Honour, Glory, Respect" whereas Morasko was coming down the ramp he was attacked viciously by Daren Zeminsky. This would result in a no contest. After 2 months of inactivity, Morasko and a select few from TXW would break off and reform NGC.

NGC (Late 2011 - Early 2012)

Morasko and a few other superstars from TXW reformed NGC after 2-3 months of inactivity due to TXW not booking anyone. The company wouldn't last long as Robin Storm was the first to retire out of the group. Leading to Maxwell Verdi and then Morasko himself to retire, though they'd return later.

ICE: (2012)

Damian would make appearances on the first 2 episodes of ICE as of its return. On week 1, Damian managed his brother Blair and week 2 he would challenge ICE New Gen Champion, Chris Carter for the next PPV. He would win the match, turning on Blair Morasko and turning heel in the process, forming and alliance with his trainer Maxwell Verdi. He would assist in Maxwell's victory over Robin Storm at Open Warefare by receiving a Superkick, which distracted Robin enough for Maxwell to roll his up to retain the ICE International Championship. ICE would close soon after.

Finishers and Signatures:

  • Finishing Moves:
    • Australian History X (Stomp to the back of a grounded opponents head) (2013 - current)
    • Split Legged Corkscrew Moonsault (2012)
    • 2 Step Conclussion (Skull Crushing Finale) (2012-2013)
  • Signature Moves:
    • Half Nelson Bulldog (2013)
    • Boomerang (Whisper in the Wind) (2012 - 2014)
    • Wristlock Sitout Side Slam
    • Sitout Gourdbuster

Championships and Other Accomplishment

  • FCW:
    • World Cup 2006 winner (with Team Australia)
    • Division Xtreme Champion (Once)
    • FCW TV Champion (Once)
    • FCW Tag Team Champion (6 times) (Record Holder)
  • Total Xtreme Wrestling:*
    • Longest winning streak (6-0)
    • TXW International Champion (Once and Last)
  • New Generation of CAW:
    • NGC International Champion (First & Only)
  • Innovative CAW Entertainment:
    • ICE New Gen Championship/ICE Mercury Championship (1 time; last)
  • Renegade Wrestling Union:
    • RWU World Championship (1 time)

Themes Used:

VALOR Wrestling
Wrestlers Heavyweights Ace Whistler · Barry Stevens · Big Bronson · Bo Ring · Brent Delivine · Bryan Amir · Chris Andrews · Christian Carnage · Damian Morasko · Heraldry · Joey Legend · Joshua Phoenix · Mark Wight · Matt Walker · Maxwell Verdi · MISERA · N9NE · Ozkar Van Brett · Rev Caliber · Robin Storm · Sebastiaan Case · Shannon Silveria · Vibi
Cruiserweights Akamanto · ARIK · Brandon Young · Calvin Carter III · Easton Angeles · El Miedo · Eric Levine · Jacen Du Marias · Niles Ethen · Reace Rolu · Ruki · Wayne Level
Women of VALOR Elise La'Prez · Gin Merano · Helena Rose · Hiromi · Hollie · Jordan Ashba · Megan Star · Tesla Vendetta · Sky Garrett
Championships World Heavyweight (Gallery) · Cruiserweight (Gallery) · Women's (Gallery) · Deep South (Gallery)
Events Season 1 IGNITE · VALOR X