Teddy Alexander Dossier


BACKGROUND

Real Name: Teddy Alexander
Nicknames: the Brutalitarian, the Phildelphian Nightmare, Pennsylvanian Paralyzer, the Warbasher, the Spinal Smash Monger, the Kaiju
Birthdate: 20th of February, 1990
Hometown: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

ATTRIBUTES

Height: 6'5
Weight: 286 lbs

Looks: Short back sides light brown hair. He has a thick beard that's about one inch long. Classically handsome but not pretty. He’s not physically cut or blessed with the body of a Greek god; his build is that of a man who presents to having immense power hidden beneath a little bit of padding. Most of his body looks fit but there is a little bit of a gut on him.

Handedness: Right

ENTRANCE

Theme Music: "In the Air Tonight" by Nonpoint

Ring Entrance: The intro to "In the Air Tonight" by Nonpoint begins and once the lyrics kick in, Greg Herpin emerges from the back. He's always dressed tidy in a button down shirt and chinos with a Teddy Alexander t-shirt on over the top. He walks out onto the stage and smiles the grin of a man who understands the plot already and looks out over the fans before raising the patent Teddy neckbrace above his head with his opponent's name scrawled across the front of it in Sharpie.

As the neckbrace is hoisted above Herpin's head, Teddy emerges. He puts one hand on the top of his head and one on his bearded chin, then jolts it to the opposite direction of the hands on top of his head. He trades positions with the hands and jolts it the other way. He begins to make his way down the ramp slowly, smiling sadistically at the fans as he does. Herpin remains holding the neckbrace above his head and follows him down, always a couple of steps behind.

About half-way down he points to his own neck with both hands before bringing them together and mimicking snapping something between his hands. This seems to drive Teddy into a psychotic state as he roars at the ring and charges toward it.

When he gets to the ring he leaps onto the apron then pulls on the top rope to launch himself over it and into the centre of the ring. He wildeyes his opponent before climbing the ringpost and roars at the fans. Herpin meanders around the outside of the ring, applauding and watching Teddy frighten the Hell out of his opponent.

Ring Attire: He wears his opponent’s merchandise down to the ring (if they do not have any he will wear the merchandise of whomever he will be feuding with at the time). The sleeves will have been cut off lackadaisical with a pair of scissors. He wears black wrestling briefs with no motifs or writing on them. He wears low cut black wrestling boots. He wears black elbow pads and sweat bands around his wrists.

WRESTLER CODE

Alignment: Neutral

Gimmick: Teddy understands his power. He understands that he has the potential to be one of the most brutal and feared wrestlers that has ever stepped foot inside of a wrestling ring. He understands that with the way he wrestles he has the ability to end someone’s career at any given moment and it would be ignorant to say he doesn’t find some satisfaction in having that power. Does he go out of his way to maim people? No. Not if it’s uncalled for. He’s actually a pretty decent guy with a great sense of humour and is mostly charismatic. But the underbelly of that is there is a competitive streak which can oft be fuelled by his temper or an end goal that could cloud his judgment into the welfare of his enemy. He stands for what he believes in. Stands up for his values. Whether or not those are the values of the rest of the population is complete redundant to his own beliefs. He’ll stand up for himself or what he believes in. A ferociously loyal friend. A true believer in chivalry yet at the same time upholds equality in whom he can hate. He holds grudges until they’re finished. When they’re done they’re done; he can move on even if his enemy can’t. Has trouble letting go of those who did ill toward him until he’s finally righted. He likes to make sure that what he thinks is right is portrayed. And he WILL be right.

Tactics/Style: He utilises a neck/back strategy, mainly focusing on the neck of his opponent. His moves are often explosive and are aimed at producing a lasting impact on his opponent.