Robert Michael Carr was born August 25, 1984, in Warren, Ohio. Rob graduated from Champion High School in 2002. During his senior year, he had been in contact with an Army recruiter, as his desire was to join the United States Army. Rob enlisted for four years and joined the Army on June 14, 2002. Shortly after enlistment, Rob had gotten a tattoo on his left chest of the American flag, with the phrase “Live Free, Die Well”. Eventually that would become Rob’s motto. He had an amazing personality and huge heart!
Rob married Nina on April 10, 2006, and lived in Fort Carson, Colorado, until his final deployment. Rob had a passion for wrestling and in January 2007, he learned he’d been accepted into the UFC program, and he then called himself “Greatness”. Sadly, Rob was KIA 3-13-2007 in Baghdad, Iraq. Rob lived by his motto, “Live Free, Die Well” and that eventually became his legacy.