"My name is Alex Moshenko. I am 14 years old now. I was diagnosed with a form of autism, Asperger syndrome, when I was six. I never cared about it too much. I actually made someone laugh when I was first told about it, which is always a good start - better to laugh than cry."
The above is Alex's introduction to an article he wrote for TAP Magazine: The Autism Perspective titled “Who is Big Al of Al’s Wrestling Talk?"
"Ever since then, I have had sensory issues and social skills problems, but I am able to stick to something and learn all I can from it. I have been on TV multiple times and in the newspaper a few times too. I have been an advocate for autism since I was about eight years old. It was then that I first found out about wrestling."
Like his mother, Alex is now the host of his own radio program: Al's Wrestling Talk.
Meet Alex and read his story, in his own words, at:
Living with ASD / UNDERSTANDING AUTISM By Alex Moshenko :
And keep an eye out for this young man. I think this is a "you ain't seen nothin' yet" kind of situation!