View Full Version : Jason Natas

06-29-14, 01:59 PM
Handler Information

Name: Andy.
Email Address: amurray87@gmail.com
Preferred Method of Handling: 100% angle. Though my background is mostly roleplay-based, all I want to do now is tell a fun wrestling story through segments, matches, news posts, and whatever else sounds good.
Best Way to Contact You: Forum PM, email, or Twitter (@andythemurrr).
eWrestling Experience: Started on the Angelfire circuit in 2001, just like everyone else. I drifted into PTC about a year later, worked my way into PCW and hung around the circle for the next decade, most notably in GCW and PRIME. Andy Murray is my most notable character.
How did you find Defiance? Blame Lindz.

Writing Sample

An old match that shows the extent of his former viciousness, and the corner he's had to turn in recent years: http://prime.e-wrestling.org/content.php?p=results&id=188#3718

I've also got plenty of segments, roleplays and other bits and pieces if you'd prefer.

Wrestler(s) Information

Ring Name: Jason Natas
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 260lbs

Hailing From: New York City.

Alignment: Face.

Gimmick: Once one of the most reviled villains in PRIME, Jason Natas is a reformed character. Having suffered a near-fatal overdose following "comeback" match loss to Lindsay Troy on PRIME's 2012 farewell tour, Jason experienced an epiphany as his life hung in the balance. Stricken by guilt spawned by years of misdeeds, Jason knew he had a huge corner to turn and a mountain of wrongs to right. Treating the rest of the world like dirt on his boots had done nothing for him, and he returned to life (and wrestling) with a more balanced moral compass.

With Jason, there's no desire to play the hero, or be a knight in shining armour. His redemption is quiet and internal: he'll no longer go looking for trouble, but if it finds him, he'll still handle business. He's aloof, never makes an unnecessary scene, and keeps his cards close to his chest, often coming across like a character in a Clint Eastwood western. He's gained a significant cult following in recent years for his brutally hard-hitting moveset, sharp tongue and willingness to throw down. Having rebuilt himself on the US indie scene, his skills have become a wanted commodity once again, though his past's darkness continues to loom large.

Wrestling Style: Once the most generic of brawlers, Jason's craft now compromises of technical striking coupled with stiff power grappling. Strikes, slams and throws. Typically a measured and methodical with controlled bursts and flurries of aggression

Three Weaknesses:-
1. Athleticism. Jason's 31-year-old who smoked like a chimney stack, consumed boatloads of alcohol and suffered a near-fatal overdose in 2012. He's reformed now, but these vices have taken a hefty toll on his body. He's as strong as an ox, but slow, low on agility, and prone to tiring quickly. This is a huge issue if he can't keep smaller, quicker foes grounded.
2. Mat Wrestling. Ground and pound aside, Jason's a fish out of water on the mat, and you can count the number of reversals he knows on one hand. He'll always rely on sheer brute force to fight his way out of such situations, which can lead to over-exertion. Complex submissions and chain wrestling are out of the question.
3. Demons. He's well along the road to atonement, but there's still a long way to go. Jason struggles daily with the ghosts of his past, and faces a constant battle to prevent his nasty side from re-emerging. Though he'll rarely talk about these things, and will try to hide them, they're there for manipulation.

Three Strengths:
1. Striking. He has trained as a Muay Thai kickboxer and briefly trained with Sonny Silver during his PRIME tenure. Jason hits hard, quickly and precisely. He's proficient with fists, elbows, knees and kicks, and will throw anything that his size allows. His footwork and technicality give him the ability to control almost any striking exchange, making it incredible difficult to drag him into a wild brawl.
2. Pacing. Jason's lack of athleticism has forced him to learn how to effectively utilize his offence without gassing out. Efficient energy usage and knowing when to speed things up or slow things down are absolutely key to his success. Typically, Jason starts slowly, creating distance with strikes and throws, before breaking-out the big guns as the match progresses.
3. Grit. Jasons feels pain and disappointment like any other human, but he rarely succumbs to either, and excels at battling through tough situations. He can take a beating, rarely loses his focus, and carries an indomitable spirit into battle, making him a disheartening, will-breaking foe.


Ten regular moveset moves:

1) Literally any kind of strike a 6'4", 260lbs hulk can realistically pull-off.
2) Spinning Backfist.
3) Yakuza Kick.
4) Corner back elbow splash.
5) Scoop Powerslam.
6) Tilt-a-Whirl backbreaker.
7) Belly-to-Belly overhead release suplex.
8) Fully Nelson slam.
9) Deadlift German suplex.
10) Scoop slam.

2-5 trademark moves:

1) New York Minute: a quick head-drop flowing DDT.
2) Lariat.
3) Corner Powerbomb.
4) Half-Nelson backbreaker.
5) Shutthefuckuppercut: a flapjack dropped into a European uppercut.

1 Finishing Move: Facebreaker: a running Busaiku Knee Kick to the face of a seated opponent.

1 "MDK" (murderdeathkill) Finishing Move: Beautiful Death: three rolling powerbombs, with the final delivered head-first into the corner.

06-29-14, 02:04 PM
Andy! Glad to see you again, man!

(Yes from me, seen his previous work as Natas in PRIME)

06-29-14, 04:05 PM
WELL WELL WELL. A face Jason Santa? I'm here for it.


06-29-14, 06:59 PM
You have the support of Lindz and Seth, so I'm a yay.

The God-Beast
06-29-14, 09:40 PM
"NATAS! That's SATAN spelled backwards!"


I say yes.

07-03-14, 04:12 AM
I know you guys are all mad busy, and maybe I should interpret the lack of a fifth thumbs-up as a "no" (which is absolutely fine), but I figured I'd give this a little nudge just in case.

07-03-14, 04:26 AM
I'm not in the fed, but I vouch for Murr as a PRIME-ate. You could do a lot worse, and not much better :-).

07-03-14, 07:30 AM
From what I've seen, Murr's always been the consummate handler, so I'll give an ok.

07-03-14, 10:20 AM
EDIT: That's five, you're in.

Contact Justin or Jeff with a user/pass so you can get Backstage access and they in turn can alert Brunk that you need access to the Booking Forum. Then swing on by to the OOC where the Art Directory is and put up a micros description app so that Chris can get cracking on it.

07-03-14, 10:25 AM
Also. To all of you who couldn't be bothered to give a yay or nay, thanks for all of the help, it's really appreciated.

07-03-14, 12:47 PM
Send me a PM with a desired username and password for Backstage and I'll get you set up.

And send Brunk a PM so he can add you to the booking forum.

Then go HERE (http://www.fwrestling.com/showthread.php?22746-Micro-Description-Thread) and do a micro description

And leave your contact info HERE (http://www.fwrestling.com/showthread.php?24738-Can-I-getta-contact-OFFICIAL-CONTACT-THREAD&p=115668)

07-03-14, 02:17 PM

Welcome to Defiance, we're retarded.

It only takes four votes to get in, well, net four positive, but you get it.

James is right to once again point out the apathy though.

We hates it.

Anyhoozle, we're glad to have another experienced handler lets see about workin' the dude in somewhere!


P.S.- If you don't have AIM or FB messenger, yer gonna wanna pick that up.

07-03-14, 02:29 PM
Cheers dudes, glad to be on-board. Really looking forward to getting started here, which is something I genuinely never thought I'd say about ewrestling again!

I've sent out PMs to Jeff and Brunk, as instructed, and I'll get to filling out that micro description, etc. Thanks again -- I'm excited to get going!

Romero Antiguas
07-06-14, 11:48 AM
Holy fuck, it's a Murray! Good to see you could take time off from tennis to join us again!