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Kelly Flawless

WRESTLER INFORMATION

NAME: Kelly Flawless
NICKNAMES: The Blonde Bomber, God’s Gift to Women, the Alaskan Timberwolf, Protagonist of the Story of Life, the Diva of Masculinity, Blonde Warrior of the North
HEIGHT: 6’5
WEIGHT: 269lbs
HOMETOWN: Anchorage, Alaska
THEME MUSIC: Aerosmith’s ‘Dream On’
STATUS: Heel



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MOVE INFORMATION

WRESTLING STYLE: High Flying Technician — He executes moves cleanly, and crisply, while defending moves extremely well with many reversals and counters. He often employs his knowledge of submission holds to chip away at opponents. He will take to the skies if he deems it necessary, as he can leap with the best of them. However a knee problem has grounded him slightly, so he has employed many more technical moves to compensate. The athleticism he possesses for his size and strength is one of his biggest attributes, allowing him to wrestle easily with both big and small men.

FINISHING MOVE:
Simply Flawless (Forward Cobra Clutch Leg Sweep)
Description: The attacker stands behind the victim. The attacker reaches under one of the victim’s arms with one hand and places it behind the victim’s neck. The attacker uses their free arm to reach across the victim’s body and grab the victim’s arm which is on the the same side as the arm the attacker is apply the half nelson. The attacker pulls the victim’s arm across their face and locks their hands around the victim’s neck. The attacker moves to the side of the victim and wraps their leg around the victim’s near leg. The attacker falls forward and sweeps out the victim’s leg, dropping the victim on their face.
Frequency: Often
Effectiveness: ***
Usage: Use this move in a situation where either, a) his game plan has gone completely out the window, B) the match was a very physical one, or c) he is facing an opponent that his strategy for submission has not worked against. Examples of this type of opponent are: very quick, agile high flyers, who he is able to manhandle, he is very lazy so if he does not have to break them down he won’t, he will just toss them about the ring; any opponent with a very apparent injury, instead of exploiting the injury via submission, he will manhandle them, again because he is lazy.

Alaskan Leg Lock (Scorpian Deathlock)
Description: The victim is on their back. The attacker holds up the victim’s legs and steps inbetween them. The attacker crosses the victim’s legs around the leg which they put through and holds them in place with their arms. The attacker then steps over, turning the victim over on their stomach. The attacker leans/crouches back to apply pressure.
Frequency: Often
Effectiveness: ***
Usage: Use this finisher if Kelly has been focusing on the lower body for the majority of the match, or even the midsection for that matter. This is his standard submission finisher, and it is used the most frequently. If you’re going to have the opponent tap out, use this hold unless otherwise noted.

Flawless Shooting Star (Shooting Star Press)
Description: The victim is on their back. The attacker is on the turnbuckle, or another elevated object above the victim. The attacker is facing forward, he jumps forward, flips backward, completes a full revolution, and lands upon the victim.
Frequency: Rare
Effectiveness: ****
Usage: This is the last ditch effort to retain a championship, or for that matter, to win a championship. It’s the make or break move. This is a move that is to be used only at the end, or near the end of the match. If you have him miss this, he must lose the match, there isn’t any recovering from a miss. And if you have him hit this, 99% of the time he should win. This is a make or break, I cannot stress that enough.

Paragon DDT (Fireman’s Carry Brainbuster DDT)
Description: The attacker lifts the victim up so they laying across their shoulders in a standing fireman’s carry. The attacker releases the victim’s legs and throws them over the attacker’s head and in front of the attacker’s body. The attacker slides the victim’s head into a front face lock as the victim is falling, the attacker jumps into the air, elevating himself as high as possible, he falls back to the mat and drives the victim’s head/face into the mat.
Frequency: Very Rarely
Effectiveness: *****
Usage: This move is the last resort. This move is the end of the epic battle at the supercard. This move is the conclusion to a fight for a cherished championship. This move is the finale, because after this move, there are no more moves. If this move is hit, you are out. It doesn’t matter what type of game plan Kelly had up to that point, if this move is pulled off, although hard to accomplish, it is the end. The move is very difficult to accomplish because the opponent must be out for a number of seconds and Flawless must have the presence of mind to be able to hit it. This move is rarely seen.



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HISTORY

CHARACTER BIO: Coming soon.

TITLE HISTORY: ACW United States Champion (x1)
Defeated: victorious in battle royal
Defeated by: Alias

TOURNAMENT HISTORY: None



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RING ENTRANCE
Aerosmith’s ‘Dream On’ catalyzed a chorus of jeers that resonated throughout the arena like a gunshot. The SVO faithful had rose to their feet in unison to express their amalgamated detest. It seemed as though it was something that broke the bounds of kayfabe; they had a genuine hatred for Kelly Flawless. And the only thing that superceded the intense reaction he received, and the profound dislike that the fans shared towards him, was the disturbing smirk he wore as he parted the entranceway curtain. The Blonde Bomber actually enjoyed their reaction.

He marched down the steel ramp, cackling to himself – feeding off their resentment. He had taken multiple shots at them, but he didn’t care; in his mind, he was second only to God. And even that line was a little blurred at some times.

He rolled under the bottom rope, his hair sparkling like the death of a thousand stars. His mouth was a like an out of control automatic weapon – unloading at anything that came near. He was in the ring for one sole purpose: to back up the rounds that his lips were firing.

He paced the squared circle; ready as always for combat.

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