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Team V.I.A.G.R.A.


UTA Hall of Famer and All-Around Nice Guy
Staff member
Jan 6, 2005
Los Angeles, CA, formerly PA
Also Wrestled As: ??? VIAGRA(Japan), Equipo VIAGRA(Mexico), Team Violent Intelligent Athletes Gaining Rapid Attention

ENTRANCE MUSIC: "I Hope You Die" by the Bloodhound Gang


Back in 1999, Tony Davis was a young entrepeneur attempting to sell "Nads" to the general public. "Nads," of course, is the ill-named product that was concieved as an alternative for women to shave their legs with.

Later in the year, while looking for a hobby, Flyer stumbled upon a supernatural snow machine, that would allow him to sell snow from the sky. In early 2000, he went around trying to sell snow to people, drawing the ire from Tony Davis.

In May of 2000, High Flyer and Tony Davis appeared out of a time machine from three months in the future, each holding the IWO Tag Team Championship straps, before clocking the winning opponents of the Main Event. One month later, the two reconsiled, realized they had a lot in common, and became tag team champions. They would go on to hold the belts a record tying six months, before losing them to Team Tampax. Tony Davis would then lose his career attempting to win the IWO Heavyweight Title, before Flyer was severely injured in early 2001.

Fast forward three months, a mysterious Trenchcoated individual had begun to harass the IWO and it's employees. Eventually, this "Trenchcoat Man," or "Trenchie" had begun to receive threatening and ominous letters/signs. The tormentor of IWO called out his own tormentor, only to reveal the recovered and returning from injury High Flyer. During the match, Flyer exposed Trenchie's hood, revealing Tony Davis, and the two would start a war that would last months. Revolving around Tony's jealously of Flyer's spot in the company, Tony's consuming romance with Tammy Cradle, whom he had no idea with Flyer's divorced sister, and Flyer's inability to forgive Davis for what he did. They battled it out to a bloody climax, where the two finally broke down and forgave one another for all the atrocities they'd committed to one another.

Team VIAGRA then set their sights on various other independent leagues, specically jOlt where they would win the tag team championships 2 times. Eventually, Flyer got the call to join the FWO, and Davis would remain on the sidelines, watching. In January of 2004, Tony Davis came to Flyer's rescue as a recently signed member of the roster. However, Flyer had already made new allies that he considered family, the Legion of Dairy. Flyer sided against Davis and wrestled the Dairy's old allies, the LoD2k3 in a trios match. In it, Flyer botched a move, injurying Tony Davis' shoulder, and putting him on the shelf for years.

The next time Tony Davis would step into a ring was in January of 2008. Rehabilitated, Team VIAGRA reformed and headed over to PRIME, where they would eventually win the tag team titles three times. They would also be joined by their freebird partner, Mary-Lynn Mayweather, Flyer's prized student and manager. Viagra would also go on to win the Squared Circle's tag team championships three times during this time period. When the FWO was resurrected in 2009, all three members of VIAGRA received employment. Mary-Lynn Mayweather became a stand out in the cruiserweight division and tag division with Team VIAGRA 2.0 partner David Noble, while Tony Davis floundered in comedy gimmicks and segments. Since the FWO's closure in 2010 and PRIME's disassembling of the tag team division, Davis has only been used as a background character in NFW and EPW promos, until Team VIAGRA's reformation, in 2011.

TAG TEAM FINISHER: Natural High(Tony Davis does a backflip or twisting rock bottom(depending on size of opponent) from the top turnbuckle to the center of the ring. With great timing, Davis rolls out of the way just as Flyer nails the *****½ Star Frogsplash into a cover.)

the Viagra-Bomb(Davis will shout, "Hey! Lemme Have This Pin!" Davis lifts opponent in a rock bottom and lands him in a sit down powerbomb position. Meanwhile, Flyer codebreaker's the back of the guys head across his knees as Davis drops him. Davis then stays on top for the pin.)

IWO World Tag Team Championship x2(2000, 2002)
jOlt Tag Team Championship x2(2001)
PRIME Tag Team Championship x3(2008, 2009)
tSC Tag Team Championship x3 (2008, 2009)
NAME: High Flyer

Height: 6'

Weight: 225 lbs.

Hometown: Bethlehem, PA, Currently Resides in Los Angeles, CA

Entrance Music: "Crazy Train" by Ozzy Osbourne

Signature Moves:

Sliced Bread #3, Springboard Lou Thesz Press w/knuckle punches, Dragon SLEEP!(Dragon Sleeper), Lunatic Bomb(Urangi Powerbomb), FlyerDriver(Michanoku piledriver), *****1/2 Frogsplash, Traveling Through Time(Cartwheel Elbow off the top), Kicks, elbows, few punches, knife edge chops.


“Cold Snow”(A dual neck palmed leaping DDT)
Frequency: ****
Finishingness: **½

Usage: Usually used to drive the head and only the head directly into the mat. Very dangerous to the neck, won’t even be performed on those that are unwilling to take the blow. However, he’s built a way to drop off from grasping the neck as he lands on his back and time it so that the opponents head never really hits the mat, in a full on “worked” maneuver. But it’s not as showy in this fashion.

Sometimes done as a desperation counter when he’s been beaten down. Can be done as a setup to a high flying move, and even as a pinfall attempt, if the match has been going on for a while and Flyer has focused his attention on the head or the neck.

“Hypothermia” (Double Underhook Brainbuster)

Frequency: ****
Finishingess: ***

Usage: Usually done to those smaller or just ever so slightly larger. The smaller the body, the longer Flyer holds the opponent in the air before dropping them, British Bulldog style. He won’t perform the maneuver as it normally is when opponents weigh over 275 lbs. At this level to 350 or so, Flyer will attempt a double underhooked suplex, usually attempting to slam the opponents head milliseconds or a second before the rest of the body strikes the mat for full effect. Can be hit or miss in that regards for larger individuals. For smaller opponents, the Lunatic is in complete control. Done as a set up to a high flying maneuver, occasionally done as a pinfall attempt if Flyer is at a loss as to what to hit his opponent with. More times than not, if Flyer’s attempting this, the opponent will fight out of the underhook or reverse the motion or counter it in some way, usually into an exchange of counters.


Frequency: *****
Finishingness: ****(if hit)

Usage: This move is used all the time. Usually, when Flyer preps his opponent for this maneuver, he will be focusing much of his attention on his opponents head and neck. Flyer will sometimes even start out a match by charging at his opponent and going for the knock out blow. This will usually cause his opponent to become a bit more cautious, although it rarely(in fact, never so far) has hit in the first minutes of a matchup. Still, this is a finisher that can come out of nowhere. As long as both men are standing, and even one of them is running towards the other, Flyer can pull this maneuver out of nowhere and quickly fall on his opponent, cradling him for the pin. Usually, a connection means the finale, as Flyer’s Yakuza Kick lets out a resounding echoing sound inside whatever arena he resides.

Variations: Both opponents need to be standing. Besides being in the ring and being outside of the ring, there have been two variations.

On Ropes: Done once, at CSWA 17, Flyer sprinted on the top rope as the Undertaker would walk, and caught a standing Alias with a yakuza kick. This threw out the balance from the Lunatic, and both men tumbled to the outside, unable to return. Flyer now, is very unlikely to try a maneuver like this again.

Opponent sitting on top : Should the opponent be winded and their head bent down slightly, Flyer will charge and kick the top of the opponents head with his Yakuza Kick. Most likely, this would happen in a tag team match, with Flyer’s partner softening the victim up as they sit on the top rope.

Too Fly to Fly(3/4 Headlock Neckbreaker/RKO/Diamond Cutter)


High Flyer is a 17 year veteran, and as such, the sport has caught up to him. He views his days in the ring as numbered, and his goal now is not championship, but fun and games.

He has an ex-wife and two children. His best friend is his brother-in-law and tag team partner in the trio, Team VIAGRA. The other member of the trio is tiny petite red head protege lawyer Mary-Lynn Mayweather.

High Flyer is a head trainer at the Odessa Training Academy, where he has produced numerous classes of students, including the former ACW Tag champions the Pop Culture Phenoms.

High Flyer is a practical jokester, and is prone to almost bipolar like fits of anger. He has been under psychiatric care since 2004 by Dr. Clarissa Cambridge, a former member of Disney's psychiatric department. He has had a long standing unfulfilled crush with her.

RELEVANT TITLES WON: FWO World Championship, WWR World Championship, IWO World Championship, PRIME 5-Star Championship, PRIME Tag Team Championship, Various other lesser singular/tag team titles & awards.
NAME: Tony Davis

Height: 6'4

Weight: 256 lbs.

Hometown: Mt. Laurel, NJ

Entrance Music: "Hero" by Childish Gambino

Signature Moves: German Suplex, T-Bone Suplex, Judo Toss, Russian Leg sweep, vertical suplex, brain buster, belly to back suplex, ddt, inverted ddt, clothesline to back, diving forearm, knife edge chops, hip toss, hair toss(to women), piledriver, Various backbreakers(tilt-a-whirl, standing, powerbomb drop, etc), Head and Arm Suplex, gutwrench-plex, full nelson slam, full nelson bomb, Crucifix Bomb, Suplexes/grabs/throws. Various powerbombs/lifting maneuvers. Very technically proficient. A British Bulldog type.


SHHH~! (Reverse Russian Leg Sweep)
Frequency: ****
Finishingness: **½
Usage: Davis loves to work over the neck and shoulder, and this can be used as a nice controlling or comeback maneuver.

Oooooh! (Delayed Vertical Suplex)

Frequency : **½
Finishingness : *½
Usage: Tony uses this while in control of the match to make the crowd go "oooh." He will hold the opponent up until the crowd does so, or until he is chop blocked by the other tag partner.

Equalizer (A Tiger Bomb onto the guys HEAD)
Frequency: ****
Finishingness: ****¼(if hit)
Usage: This move is Tony Davis' go to finishing maneuver.

Tony Davis is a long time ring veteran. As a youth, he was high school amateur wrestler, having an impressive record. In 1996, he joined FWL, and became their Heavyweight Champion, only to suffer a shoulder injury in a freak entertainment accident. That shoulder injury would be recurring throughout his career, forcing Davis to miss years at a time.

FWL eventually became the IWO, where Tony met High Flyer. The two were adversaries at first, but eventually realized how much they had in common. They would go on to be one of the more successful tag teams in the promotion, each member receiving Hall of Fame births in 2001.

He is married to High Flyer's sister, and is usually very jovial, lighthearted, and disinterested. His motto over the past five years has been "Hey, wait, what just happened?" However, since debuting in EPW, Tony Davis has displayed renewed focus and has even acted normal. Perhaps, the fire is back, for one last run.

RELEVANT TITLES WON: FWL World Championship, IWO World Championship, PRIME Tag Team Championship, IWO World Tag, jOlt World Tag, tSC World Tag

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