Rob drydek dating
Rob drydek dating
In Fantasy Factory, Dyrdek also set the record for the largest skateboard after he found the current record holders undeserving of the record.
He also built a "hands of God" music studio for his cousin "Drama" Pfaff inside the factory.made a cute couple dating each other since long time and they also having a plan to married but things were going change.The couple is not yet in romantic relation but sure in past they were serious to become husband and wife.At the age of 16, Dyrdek decided to forgo his senior year of high school and instead moved to Southern California to pursue his professional skate career.Soon after moving, Dyrdek began to ride for Droors Clothing, now known as DC Shoes – where he also began his exploring entrepreneurship through shoe design and launching various short-lived companies including a Hip-Hop record label and a skate shop.Dyrdek has one sister, Denise, and his cousins Christopher "Drama" Pfaff and Scott "Big Cat" Pfaff (Drama's older brother) are featured in Rob and Big and Rob Dyrdek's Fantasy Factory. Dyrdek first starred in an MTV reality series, entitled Rob & Big (aired November 2006 to April 2008), with his best friend and bodyguard Christopher "Big Black" Boykin as well as his cousin, Chris "Drama" Pfaff.
After three seasons, Boykin's long time girlfriend had a baby and caused him to leave the show.
The day I met you I knew I would spend the rest of my life with you.
What our relationship has actually become is million times better then [sic] I knew was even possible. I love you more than words could ever describe and can't wait for you to be my wife.
In addition, Dyrdek has partnerships with various brands including Bill My Parents, ISX(TM) (Instant Scoring Experience) and DTA Rogue Status with musician Travis Barker.
Wild Grinders, a fictional cartoon skate crew, are Dyrdek's first venture into toys based on him and his group of childhood skateboarding friends. Dyrdek also pioneered the i SX, Instant Scoring Experience, which he hopes will revolutionize the way skate competitions are held.
He says of his early interest in the sport "I was a pretty driven young man. I would sit in school and think about all the tricks I was going to do, then I’d get out of school and skate until they made me come inside." At the age of 12, Rob acquired sponsorship from the same company Blender rode for and began his skateboarding career.