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Bruhh Nasty

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So disclaimer, I was handling MDK for Brian as he worked his Douglas/MDK angle and in all honesty, I bailed because I was uninspired, it just wasn't fun for me, mainly because it was Brian's story to tell and I had little input on the arch. So, if you'll have me back here's a character I created.

Handler Information

Name: Jerald Logan
Email Address: grindforgreatness@gmail.com
Best Way to Contact You: email, FB messenger, I'll be in the Skype chat too, it doesn't really matter.
eWrestling Experience: It's been a while (probably 6-7 years) but PIW, Action, fWo, the Asylum, jOlt, LoC and ACW.
How did you find DEFIANCE? I was in Defiance a few months ago found it via Justin Buitron and his merry clan of Reapers.

We enter a boxing gym, it's ragged interior insists it's a homegrown local establishment that's been around for quite some time. As the camera moves about, it halts near a young gentleman dressed in a gray hoodie with a pair of matching sweatpants.

The man, a balded headed African American stands in the center of a boxing gym swinging violently at a heavy bag, as if rage engulfs his mind with every shot delivered. His attire completely saturated in sweat.

Gentleman: You fuck… It's not over, Bruhh ain't going out like this.

A crowd has formed around the man as he unleashes a combination of punches into the bag while shouting obscenities. “That's DJ Bruhh Nasty. Wylin in Shaolin.” whispers someone from the crowd as the man turns towards them in a fury.

“The FUCK are you lookin at? I'll split your wig, son!” shouts the man as he jumps towards the crowd in a threatening manner. The group disperses from around Bruhh Nasty, scattering like roaches. Only one remained, a medium build individual with a thick kempt beard; who's dressed as if he’s going to a Bonanza convention in a gray suit with matching cowboy hat., casually puffs a Montecristo.

“Ayo, B… “ shouts Bruhh knowing that in this part of the city, this gentleman appears to be out of place. And typically, instincts would advise that you are in the presence of some type of law enforcement officer. And on this day, Bruhh Nasty was in a foul mood.
“There's no smoking in here, yo,” the Staten Island native spit his words with pure venom at the stranger, “The FUCK out my face with that!.”

The man just smiled and reached into the breast pocket of his suit, removing a blue colored business card, “The names, Floyd Adkins Jr and I’m just here admiring your bad technique, buddy. ” says Adkins with a strong Southern drawl as he shakes his head. “Space your feet more, that'll correct your balance. Might keep you from getting knocked out.” affirmed Adkins with a smirk.

This infuriated Bruhh Nasty as he erupted., “Ain't nothin wrong with my square up game. We can hit that ring if you want to test these hands.” exclaimed Bruhh as he ignores the card in Adkins’ hand.

“Here me out, up the street there’s a diner, best breakfast in the friggin’
City! Somewhere we can sit down and discuss an opportunity I can offer you.” says Floyd extending his card as Bruhh appears to be lowering his guard. Bruhh removes his gloves and reads the card aloud.

… Floyd Adkins Jr - Talent & Development - THE SOUTHERN WRESTLING ALLIANCE....

Bruhh Nasty grew up in New York in the 90s, everyone always had an opportunity for you. Fact is, Bruhh trusted his instincts in these types of situations the most in order to weed out all the game that was being ran.

“The FUCK is an SWA?” asked Bruhh with a confused look on his face.

“THE Southern Wrestling Alliance is a place where Bruhh Nasty can be Bruhh Nasty without all the politics and bullshit,” Adkins pauses , “Under my guidance of course, ” he says picking up a coffee cup. Bruhh didn’t seem interested in the slightest in what this guy was selling..

“Some wrestling shit? I'm good on that fake shit, b.”

“Listen, you’re mic work in impeccable, but “It's over for in New York like Phil Jackson,” says Adkins, “This opportunity, I’m giving you,” Adkins states tapping his pointer finger on the table in front of Bruhh Nasty, “Is the real deal. It’s going to help you rebrand yourself, there’s only one thing I need to teach you.”

“And what’s that?” says Bruhh mouth filled with bacon.

“To WRESTLE. Give me 3 months and I can turn you from castaway radio personality into a CHAMPION.”

Bruhh seems reluctant, but the words it's over for you in New York burnt his soul like ether. He knows there's some truth to that. Danky Drew lead a viral social media campaign that painted him in such a negative light; he was exiled from New York radio.

“How you going to do that, yo?” says Bruhh a bit intrigued yet still standoffish, “I'm trying to eat, I'd rather lay up in MIA, but… if it's over in New York, I'm down for whatever keeps me from using the oven to keep the house warm, ya dig?”

“Do what I say and you’ll be right back where you want to be, Bruhh.” says Floyd as he picks up the bill and motions for the server to collect.

It sounded too good to be true in Bruhh Nasty’s eyes, but in reality there were no other options for him. The industry he was loved buried him, so why not wrestling? What did he really have to lose?

FAST FORWARD A YEAR

ONNNNEEEEEE….. TWWWWOOOOO…. THREEEEEEE

JK - Bruhh Nasty has done it! The NEW Southern Wrestling Alliance Heavyweight title is his.
LOL - WOW! WHAT A MATCH, JK!
JK - Bruhh is Nasty!

Bruhh Nasty extends his arms into the air as the referee places the SWA championship across his shoulders. Bruhh grabs the belts strap and slings it into the air and does his B-boy stance pose as the title comes crashing on top of his unconscious opponent much to the approval of the crowd.

FADE

Bruhh Nasty
Original Bio
Height: 6’4”
Weight: 240

Hometown: Staten Island, NY

Moveset:
Double Underhook Sit down Powerbomb
Many variations of DDT
German Suplex
High Point Dropkick
Boston Crab
Running Bulldog
Russian Leg Sweep
Springboard Leg Drop
Hurricanrana
Superkick


Signature Moves:

Flying Elbow Drop from the top turnbuckle. (Stylin’ On U)
A strong arm Lariat
Fisherman’s Super Buster
Reverse Russian Leg Sweep

Finisher:
The Gravity Bong! (A sit down Tombstone piledriver)

Appearance:
Bruhh Nasty is a bald headed light skin man with a chubby muscular build. Very nimble for his size, his athleticism is Lebron James like, which he will obnoxiously brag about. Goatee is all black except for a portion of his beard, which is purposely dyed gray in the middle. Typically dawns a variety of Hip Hop themed t-shirts and of course timb boots on his feet, make the cypher complete.
To the ring, he may wear an assortment of bananas that only reveal his eyes, which are the same exact contact lenses Hopsin uses, that give him crazy eyes.


Theme Music/Entrance:

I’m still working on this part, so I’ll get back to you.

Gimmick: Bruhh Nasty is a Hip Hop junkie. Former DJ and on air radio personality, DJ Bruhh Nasty was well known for his daily morning show Wylin in Shaolin. Unfortunately one fateful night all that was snatched from him in an instant. His main competition, Danky Drew decided to check him at a major Hollywood event and things did not turn out well for Drew as he was beaten more savagely than somebody who slapped Dee Barnes. No charges were ever brought up on Bruhh, but his reputation was severely tarnished. Danky Drew would eventually make a full recovery, and begin a smear campaign with himself playing innocent victim that would eventually lead to Bruh Nasty being labeled a bully on social media, which in turn exiled him from the industry he loved..

He was pissed off, but instead of crying about it. He went to the gym and started hitting the heavy bag, that gym… that day… what are the odds? A single conversation would reverse the curse, and have him asking, Who's next to Plex?
 

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The character and gimmick have potential. I can't tell if he's supposed to be a face or a heel, though - he was smeared as a bully on social media but the fans cheer their approval when he wins the SWA title? There's a lot of space in there where I think something would've had to have happened for that sort of switch, just saying "to the crowd's approval" doesn't really draw my interest.

Beyond that, I'm hesitant to say yes because, what happens if you get uninspired again? How do we know you'll stick around? I know you said it was mainly Brian's story to tell and you had very little input on the arc, but, that's your responsibility to have brought up with Brian if it was an issue (and if it made you uninspired, it was an issue).

I guess mainly, where do you see this character going? If you have ideas on what you'd like to do, it would better demonstrate a commitment to stick it out to do them.
 

Murrr

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I'll say yes.

The character looks like a lot of fun and you didn't leave on bad terms. I'm a big believe in second chances and all that jazz, and the fact that you've already addressed your previous departure shows good character, IMO.

It would be useful to know the alignment, however. Just to get an idea of how he fits in.
 

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My vote is yes. Just don't leave us!!!!! I want to see more of his background story and I think it would make great Uncut segments.
 

BWade

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I think Jerald undersold the MDK deal... I may have micromanaged him a bit adding to the uninspired frustration. Also as Murrr mentioned he left on good terms and rather than no show he came to me and expressed that lack of inspiration and I just took the character back up. We thought we were being mutually beneficial by giving him a character I already had alot of plans for but hindsight and all.

Jerald is a solid writer and I think with a character he is interested in exploring he'll be a good fit here. And to Pete's point, definitely need address the alignment issue. I hope inspiration won't further be an issue, but I also know this character has been in the works for awhile now and I think he has some places to take him.

So, it's a yes from me.
 
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illadelphia

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assortment of bananas that only reveal his eyes, which are the same exact contact lenses Hopsin uses, that give him crazy eyes.

I was going to be a yes but then I saw he has an ASSORTMENT of bananas that only reveal his eyes. I don't trust this kind of Vodoo Magic in DEFIANCE!

I'm on the fence but I'll Vote:YES officially. I'm hesitant because Pete makes some great points.
 

JLogan

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The character and gimmick have potential. I can't tell if he's supposed to be a face or a heel, though - he was smeared as a bully on social media but the fans cheer their approval when he wins the SWA title? There's a lot of space in there where I think something would've had to have happened for that sort of switch, just saying "to the crowd's approval" doesn't really draw my interest.

Beyond that, I'm hesitant to say yes because, what happens if you get uninspired again? How do we know you'll stick around? I know you said it was mainly Brian's story to tell and you had very little input on the arc, but, that's your responsibility to have brought up with Brian if it was an issue (and if it made you uninspired, it was an issue).

I guess mainly, where do you see this character going? If you have ideas on what you'd like to do, it would better demonstrate a commitment to stick it out to do them.

Cmon Pete, did you miss the entire 90s era of wrestling? Plenty of people got pops from the crowd and weren't fan favorites. He's going to be a face, don't get caught up in the history with Danky Drew, that's a separate affair. Plus, DJ Bruhh Nasty the radio personality was labeled as bully not Bruhh Nasty the wrestler, he may still get some hate tweets every now and again but that storm has passed.

And no need to worry about my inspiration, MDK just wasn't for me. This character is 100 % mine and I can have fun with it.

LOL one typo and everybody is giving me shit. Yes, we're like Donkey Kong in this bitch with an assortment of bananas. Ow

I do appreciate the votes of confidence from you guys tho.
 

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Cmon Pete, did you miss the entire 90s era of wrestling? Plenty of people got pops from the crowd and weren't fan favorites. He's going to be a face, don't get caught up in the history with Danky Drew, that's a separate affair. Plus, DJ Bruhh Nasty the radio personality was labeled as bully not Bruhh Nasty the wrestler, he may still get some hate tweets every now and again but that storm has passed.

And no need to worry about my inspiration, MDK just wasn't for me. This character is 100 % mine and I can have fun with it.

LOL one typo and everybody is giving me shit. Yes, we're like Donkey Kong in this bitch with an assortment of bananas. Ow

I do appreciate the votes of confidence from you guys tho.

I don't feel that you answered my question, or that you alleviated my concerns. However, you got four 'yes' votes. I won't say no (which would require another 'yes'), but I won't say yes either. You're in, but please make me a believer.
 

BWade

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... though - he was smeared as a bully on social media but the fans cheer their approval when he wins the SWA title? There's a lot of space in there where I think something would've had to have happened for that sort of switch, just saying "to the crowd's approval" doesn't really draw my interest.

Mostly a moot point now I suppose but I was telling Jerald in chat, I think the disconnect is in that, being a new character ... he wrote out some backstory, like a bio, in the gimmick area. That being said, Nasty's beef with Drew was merely the catalyst that cast him away from his radio gig; leading to the opportunity to then become a professional wrestler. So although he was once a pariah in NY, he found a new beginning in the South, I assume being its SWA.
 

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While you got your needed votes, I feel it's my duty to inform you of a few things.

1. Pete is a fed admin.

2. Pete is an admin on the boards.

3. Those of us who are admins can see what you post no matter if you delete it or not.

Just a friendly warning.
 

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