Tact is always looking for a challenge, and knows he is going to have to prove himself wherever he ventures. He is a ring technician, first and foremost, but does mix in some power wrestling/brawling now and again. He doesn't care much about other people's positions, nor about status, because he's thrown out respect for the "system" in wrestling; politics and trust in wrestling are just a lot of BS to him. He looks to make his own path, and get his agenda across, whatever it may be, no matter who he has to go through. He just takes it all as another challenge.
Larry Tact has been to many promotions over the years, always bringing his outspoken opinions and sharp tongue along. He's never had a problem clashing with others, whether it be in the ring or on the stick, and carries himself with the confidence he can tangle with any contender-- his resume backing it up.
After running through the indy circuit for a few years, Tact joined the IWF in his professional debut. He was arrogant, wealthy, and saw wrestling as a pursuit of his passion for the sport. He trained with several instructors and partners, intermingling his technician's mindset and skill with power wrestling, making full use of his size and strength. He prides himself on his work ethic in the ring, putting a substantial amount of time into training, preparation, and adapting. This has helped him keep up with the opposition in their own comfort zones, as well as dominate in his own.
Through his time in the pro circuit, Tact's opinion of the wrestling world solidified: anyone who participated in this industry was capable of digging to their lowest and vilest depths, for the sole purpose of making themselves feel above the rest who dove into this industry and stripped themselves of self-respect. As such, they deserved nothing from him, and shouldn't be surprised if they got a taste of their own tactics.
Tact doesn't consider himself squeaky clean, either. He understands what it takes to survive, and that you have to pursue what you want with the utmost vigilence and intensity. When he joins a promotion, it is because he will stop at nothing to achieve his goals. Depending on a given promotion's hierarchy, this ruthless attitude has either garnered praise or caused... complications.
Over the years, Tact has battled and ascended through ranks, one after another, competing with opponents of various backgrounds and styles, claiming multiple Championships for himself. He knows the feeling of victory and reaching goals. More importantly, he has suffered the taste of defeat and experienced loss. In having done this, Tact has the invaluable knowledge of what it takes to work back up to success and has found, at times, it can be even sweeter then. Learning from mistakes, he has put that knowledge to excellent use, molding himself into an even more seasoned in-ring competitor, more vigorous worker, and more ruthless adversary.