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Free Agent: Jesse Ramey

Jesse Ramey

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Joined
Apr 16, 2007
Messages
440
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Age
35
Location
Harts, WV
Website
www.joltwrestling.com
Real Name: Jesse Tyler Ramey
Date of Birth: January 6th, 1976 / 31
Birthplace/Current Residence: Harts, West Virginia
Height/Weight: 5'11' / 205 lbs.
Status: Heel


Training School: (Brawling, Psychology, Stealth, and Stamina Training) July, 1986-December, 1990: Juvenile Military Boot Camp, Drill Instructor Major Charles Alexander III; (Basic Professional Wrestling Training) January, 1991- March, 1992: Killer Kowalski's Pro Wrestling School; (Martial Arts Training) April, 1992- March 1993: Tiger Mask in Japan while Jesse worked for AJPW; (Submission and Technical Training) April, 1993- July, 1994: Stu Hart in the Dungeon, with the help of Bret and Owen on Technical training occasionally.

Years Professional: 16
Theme Music: 'Panic Attack' by Finger Eleven
Wrestling Style: All Round

Low Level Moves:

Arm Drag, Running Bulldog, DDT, Drop Toe Hold, Dragon Screw Leg Whip, Facebuster, Hip Toss, Japanese Arm Drag, Leg Sweep, Neck Breaker.

Extreme Measures
Jump Spinning Heel Kick
Success Rate - *****
Rarity - ***
Damage Factor - ** 1/2


Medium Level Moves:

Side Kick, Standing Drop Kick, Superkick, Crossface, Dragon Sleeper, Greco-Roman Arm Lock, STF, Flying Clothesline.

Stroke of Attitude; SOA
Rolling Senton/Rolling Thunder
Success Rate - ***
Rarity - ****
Damage Factor - ***

Culture Development
Asai Moonsault
Success Rate - ***
Rarity - ****
Damage Factor - ****


High Level Moves:

Double Arm DDT, Swinging Neckbreaker, Stalling Suplex, Guillotine Leg Drop, Flying Headbutt, Frog Splash, Skytwister Press, German Suplex.

Touching the Sky
Split-Legged Moonsault
Success Rate - ** 1/2
Rarity - *** 3/4
Damage Factor - ****


Finishing Moves:

The Attitude Adjustment
Elevated Boston Crab w/ Knee in Opponent's Back
Success Rate - **** 1/2
Rarity - **
Damage Factor - **** 1/2

The Hangover
Tornado DDT from Any Positioning
Success Rate - *****
Rarity - **
Damage Factor - ** 1/2

Darkness Buster
Crossed Arms Brainbuster Suplex (The attacker stands face to face with the victim and grabs both their arms, crossing them in front of the victim's body. The attacker bends the victim down and traps their head in one of the attacker's arm pits similiar to a facelock. The attacker releases one of the victim's arms and reaches through the victim's legs. The attacker lifts the victim up so they are upside down. The attacker falls to the ground and drops the victim on the top of their head)
Success Rate - **
Rarity - ****
Damage Factor - *****

Japanese Ocean Suplex
Belly to Back Crossed Arms Through Leg Suplex (The attacker stands behind the victim. The attacker grabs one of the victim's arms and pulls it across the victim's body with their opposite hand (that is, the attacker's left hand grabs the victim's right hand or vice versa). The attacker reaches between the victim's legs and grabs the victim's other arm with their free hand, crossing the victim's arms in front of their body. The attacker lifts the victim up and falls backwards, dropping the victim on their neck/shoulders. This is usually bridged into a pin)
Success Rate - *
Rarity - **** 1/2
Damage Factor - *** 3/4



Known Friends: Blackheart (UWL), Fubu (UWL,EWF,CWA,JEW), Kurt Ragnarock (JEW), Cianan (CCW), Asa Fountain (FSW), Longshot (tSC), Rob T. (tSC), Michelle Masters (tSC)

Known Adversaries: Blayze (CCW), Cianan (CCW), Sebastian Toomes (OSW), Steven Lee (PURE), Chad Villain (Action! Wrestling), Razor Blade (tSC), Dave Morey (tSC), Sonny Silver (tSC), the Flying Frenchie (tSC)

Pre History
[FONT=&quot]Previous Employers: UWL, Extreme World Fighting, CWA, Just Electrifying Wrestling, Cyberspace Championship Wrestling, Old School Wrestling, Five Star Wrestling, PURE, Primetime Wrestling Circuit, the Asylum, thReat, All-Star Championship Wrestling, the Squared Circle, Legacy of Champions, Era of Destruction Wrestling, Legacy of Champions (second run) (Current)
Previous Tag Teams: Bad Frotitude (FSW; w/ Asa 'Fro' Fountain)
Previous Stables: The White Bloods (JEW)
Previous Managers: Kid Lightning (UWL), Chass Loraine (OSW), Michelle-Marie Ramey (CCW, OSW)

Career Highlights: UWL Hall of Fame Inductee, UWL Tag Team Champion (w/ Blackheart), UWL Television Champion (First to win and last to hold) (x 2 and Longest Championship Reign), First EWF Hardcore Champion, CWA Tag Team Champion (w/ Klown), CWA Hardcore Champion (x 2), CWA World Heavyweight Champion, JEW Cruiserweight Champion, JEW USA Champion, CCW Independent Champion, CCW Lightweight Champion, FSW Tag Team Champion (w/ Asa Fountain), First and Only PURE Heavyweight Champion.[/FONT]
 

Jesse Ramey

New member
Joined
Apr 16, 2007
Messages
440
Points
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Age
35
Location
Harts, WV
Website
www.joltwrestling.com
Sample Roleplay

The scene opened in a Legacy of Champions training facility located in beautiful Florida. The only problem, it isn’t always beautiful in Florida when you’ve locked yourself away from the world doing nothing, but physical training. That was the life Jesse Ramey lived though, no known dependants left him with a lot of free time on his hands and a lot of stuff lingering on his mind.

Jesse was standing next to his open bag, pulling his tape from it, and preparing for another of his long lasting goes in the gym. Then he turned to look into the camera.

“So, there has been a lot of chatter here as of late, people saying that it doesn’t seem like I really have what it takes. A lot of speculation going around that Jesse Ramey just can’t quite hang with the rest of the wrestlers participating in this over the top rope challenge. My biggest problem with all of this is that not a single person here knows exactly who I am.” Jesse paused for a moment, “Although I do appreciate the fact that one person decided to check up on my recent endeavors. However, if you think that is Jesse Ramey in a nut shell then you are far from anything that could be considered a logical notion.”

“Born in Harts, West Virginia,” Jesse took another short pause and crossed his arms, “judging by that statement alone I know what you are all thinking. Well, this guy is from West Virginia so therefore he must be an inbred moron. Once again you would have judged me incorrectly, seeing as how a good portion of my life wasn’t even spent in wild and wonderful West Virginia. You see, growing I wasn’t what you would have called the model child.”

Jesse smirked, “I did get to spend a little time in the public school systems of West Virginia that is until the end of my second grade year. The local school systems didn’t want to work with me anymore and my parents just didn’t want anything to do with me. So, what did that leave for the future of little Jesse Ramey? It left me being placed in a juvenile boot camp in Virginia for four years, from the time I was ten until I was fourteen years old.”

“Some of you people think you have had a rough life,” Jesse sighed, “think how it feels to be that young and know for a fact that no a single person in the world cares the least bit about you. The occurrences up to that point in time weren’t the best to begin with either. Take into consideration the primary reasons I ended up in that predicament anyway. My father was a drunk and very abusive man, and my mother was always dependant on the drugs to make it through the days. If I wasn’t being knocked against a wall by a drunkard I was being hauled around with my mother to find that next fix.”

“Don’t come up into this game unless you know the facts about a person,” Jesse looked directly into the camera, “And don’t act all hard unless you know for sure that you are just as tough as your competition. But let’s not stray from the topic at hand here. After four years spent in a correctional institution I thought I would put my pent up rage and aggression to good use; in a form of competition that I’ve been in for the better part of my life.”

“You see, growing up wasn’t always the worst thing in the world for me,” Jesse took another moment to pause and reflect. “Some of my best memories growing up were of watching professional wrestling with my grandfather. Seeing how excited he would get watching a match made me want to be that. Knowing that if I could succeed in the sport that I would have his full admiration, that is exactly what I was striving for. At least, that was what I thought at the time and when I was finally released from the juvenile boot camp. Upon arriving home I had to find out that my grandfather passed away in my four year departure.”

Jesse lowered his head for a moment, “And not a single person thought it would be nice to let me know. Then again I never really expected anything from my family while I was away. Hell, try being a fourteen year old kid waiting at the pick-up area and knowing in the back of your mind that no one is coming to get you. Then having to bum enough money to catch the Grey Hound back home to West Virginia, and then hitch hiking through three counties before even arriving home.”

“That is the definition of disappointment, or at least it would have been if you in fact didn’t know it was going to happen.” Jesse paused once more, “Just when I was ready to come home, start a new life, and trying to achieve a goal that would make the one person I looked up be proud of me. Just to come home and find out that he had passed away and that nothing had changed, except me. If nothing is going to change around you then you’ve got to change yourself, or in my case just pack what you have and hit the road.”

“I did stick around for a while though,” Jesse paused once again, “I didn’t want to abandon my grandmother in such a vulnerable state. Then again, that didn’t last long either, considering my grandmother passed away no less than a month of my being around. Now that woman did more for me than anyone else in this world by giving me just enough money to survive on the road and a beat up vehicle to live out of while I was striving to achieve my dreams of being a professional wrestler.”

“Now, we all know where this story is going from here. The typical I lived out of my vehicle, got paid only occasionally for putting on a performance, and barely made it by in life; all for the one thing that I loved and had a passionate desire to do. We’ve all heard the story told before, so I’m not going into to detail about any of that, but let’s skip ahead sixteen years into the present.” Jesse paused, “Never once did I give up on my dreams and never have I ever stopped trainings and honing my skills in this profession, for sixteen years of my life.”

“I’ve been to hell and back, and I’ve seen most of the world, but never would I change a thing. I am who I am because of the things that have happened in my life and I’m more than happy to say I did it all on my own. Not many people can say that, most people try to climb and they fall, but that was never my attitude in life. You’ve got to strive to survive in life, and there are no catch phrases that are going to instantly get you over.” Jesse flicked his hair out of his face with the twist of his neck, “Sixteen years experience, virtually trained in every form of professional wrestling known to man. That’s enough of a resume if you ask me, and if any of you other wrestlers want to call me out on my ability in that ring then step up. All you have to do is come nose to nose with me and I’ll make sure you’re eating canvas by the end of the night.”

[FONT=&quot]“Monsoon, Flyer, Cash, Douglas, Payne; all I have to say is we can all talk big, but when it all boils down to what goes on in that ring just bring it.” Jesse paused once more, “Let’s not all talk big and not deliver when push comes to shove. I have no doubt in my mind that there will be a challenge involved going into this match and during this match, but one thing that I can guarantee is that going into this match I will be well prepared. And don’t think for a second that I’m going to let up, because as far as I’m concerned Free For All Championship or not I am going to steal the show one way or another. Now that is something you can run to the bank with.”
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AUMedina

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I've known Jesse for a little while in LoC and from what I know and experienced, he's a very talented writer.

I suggest any of the vet fed heads get this guy in their league quick...if my word means anything.

Andrew
 

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