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Katie Moicelle (Open Battle Royal)

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Megastory4

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Wrestler Name: Kathryne Elena Moicelle (formerly Montes)
Nicknames (if applicable): Goes by Katie.
Height: 5'4"
Weight: 117 lbs.
Hometown: Crossville, Tennessee
Birthdate: September 10th, 1996

Physical appearance: Generally petite, very young in the face which is highly attractive, but not flaunted. Medium length brunette hair. Slightly longer "runner's legs."
Ring gear: Long sleeved white shirt with long deep blue sleeves. Form fitting white spandex pants. Red boots/kickpads with yellow soles.
Theme music: "Summit" by Skrillex ft. Ellie Goulding
Ring entrance: Not used to all of the seemingly blinding lights or the crowd, Katie Moicelle sheepishly peeks her pretty head out from behind the curtain. As soon as Summit's bass kicks in (about 27 seconds into the song. If you want to start the song here, I've no problem with that) she gains a little confidence, though visibly nervous.

"Breathe, breathe"

Katie breathes to calm herself down as she walks down the ramp. Seeing the crowd holding out their hands for high fives, she returns their favor with a slight smile. Katie rolls into the ring and remains in a kneeling position, giving the crowd a thumb up as she waits for her music to fade out.

Face or heel?: Absolute babyface.
Gimmick: None really. Just a young former track champion still trying to learn the ropes of professional wrestling, thanks to a fellow competitor.
Ring style: Absolute rookie. Understands the meat and veg of wrestling, but still quite green.

Brief biography: Kathryne Montes has next-to-no wrestling experience. She did have an above average childhood, usually one of the smarter ones in her classes. One day late in 8th grade, the local middle school held a field day, and Kathryne decided to sign up for the running events, going on to win all but one of them. Her friends suggested that she sign up for the track team in high school, so Kathryne did exactly that. After 4 years of winning many events and setting many county and state records, Ms. Montes was immortalized as the best sprinter in Cumberland County High's history.

A few weeks after this achievement, Kathryne decided that she'd like to professionally wrestle, because she felt that she could do more with her strong legs. So, after getting permission from her parents and watching tapes from several different feds, she signed up for Visionaries of Wrestling, feeling she could learn from some of the best there.

So far, she has learned a bit, but learnings with some of the best can get you so far.

Three strengths: 1. Quicker than Mercury: Katie was on her local high school track team, winning several competitions and setting county records in the 200-meter dash.
2. Ultimate optimist: She has an unbreakably optimist view of life in general, meaning she's usually very happy. Even in defeat, Katie has a smile on her face, as in her mind, a loss is a great learning experience to look back upon, instead of a crushing failure to win.
3. Intel inside: Seeing as she just graduated high school, her learnings are still somewhat fresh in her head, meaning she feels like one of the smarter people in a room.


Three weaknesses: 1. A bit too petite: Katie Moicelle weighs only 117 pounds, meaning anyone who has ever went to a gym could pick her up and toss her around like a rag doll.
2. VERY little experience: As stated above, Katie has never wrestled a match in her life. She can lose to a simple roll-up pin, though she will get better with time.
3. Pain threshold: One finishing move will most likely knock poor Katie out. The problem is if you can catch her on foot.


5-10 signature maneuvers:

1. Spinning forearm strike
2. Springboard roundhouse kick
3. Running elbow strike (losing balance if the opponent falls)
4. 5 knife edge chops
5. Tackle w/punches to the head
6. Superman punch

7. "Voltage" (Starts in a DDT clutch, but turns into a forearm club to the neck)
8. "Un-Neutral (Switzerland)" (European uppercut x3)
9. "Imaginary" (Bicycle kick)
10. "Rise Up" (Reverse stunner)

Finishing maneuver: "Star in the Night" (Rebounded corkscrew senton)

I hope Katie can do well in this Open Battle Royal
 
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brusch

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Approved, on the caveat that you allow me one little wrinkle:

3. Intel inside: Seeing as she just graduated high school, her learnings are still somewhat fresh in her head, meaning she is truly one of the smarter people in a room.

My sweet, summer child.

I would almost love to view this as a combination strength/weakness, where she THINKS she's the smartest person in the room (as many fresh-out-of-highschoolers believe they are) while being blind to what she doesn't know.

Otherwise I dig it!
 

Megastory4

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Approved, on the caveat that you allow me one little wrinkle:



My sweet, summer child.

I would almost love to view this as a combination strength/weakness, where she THINKS she's the smartest person in the room (as many fresh-out-of-highschoolers believe they are) while being blind to what she doesn't know.

Otherwise I dig it!

Done and done. I think it could be used as more of a confidence building thing.
 

brusch

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Do you really think nine pounds is that big of a difference?

Ben's Personal Headcannon says that...well, I'm not going to stress that much about it. Pounds are not always equal to one another if it's fat pounds versus muscle pounds. Cesaro at 232 being one of the strongest men in the company regardless of weight = I'm just going to view Katie Moicelle as "not a weightlifter" in the way that her "9 pounds heavier counterpart" is.
 
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