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The Mighty Quinn

TheMightyQuinn

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Wrestler Name: The Mighty Quinn
Nicknames (if applicable): Quinn The Eskimo
Height: 6’7”
Weight: 295LBS
Hometown: Alaskan Wilderness
Birthdate: 2-10-1997


Physical appearance: Quinn is a large, husky Alaskan Eskimo. He has long jet black hair, no facial hair.
Ring gear: Black wrestling tights, and wrestling boots
Theme music: “The Mighty Quinn” by Manfred Mann
Ring entrance: “The Mighty Quinn” begins to play over the speakers. Quinn stands at the entrance for a brief moment looking down at the ground, he then makes his way to the ring and climbs in through the middle rope. He holds both arms up in the air and slowly paces as the crowd cheers him on.


Face or heel?: Face
Gimmick: Quinn is a nomad Eskimo from the northern part of Alaska. He carries pride, and does the right thing.
Ring style: Powerhouse/Brawler
Brief biography: Quinn has no experience in wrestling at all. He was discovered by accident after he fought off some bandits when they tried to rob him at knife point.


Three strengths: 1) Native Pride – He was raised to be honest and do the right thing, 2) Will to survive – After being raised in the Alaskan wilderness your body will adapt to extreme conditions. 3) – strength his hunting abilities, and lugging around large dead animals gave him great strength


Three weaknesses: 1) lack of wrestling abilities. Quinn has never wrestled another man in the ring before. 2) speed – wondering around in the wilderness wearing heavy fur coats and gear slows a man down. Quinn never learned how to be fast 3) too honest. He won’t take that “cheap shot” when the ref isn’t looking.


5-10 signature maneuvers:
Iceberg Slam (Fireman’s carry powerslam)
Polar Suplex (The attacker places the opponent in a cobra clutch hold. They then proceed to lift the opponent up and fall backwards, driving the opponent to the mat on their head.)
Clothesline
Front Facelock
Chin Lock
Drop-Toe Facecrusher
Elbow Drop
Kick To Gut
Superplex
Running Back Elbow


Finishing maneuver: North Star Press (Shooting star press)
 

brusch

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I'm a *little* iffy on the finisher since he's such a huge dude with literally no wrestling experience, but I love the rest of the moveset and the gimmick itself - sort of an Alaskan take on Kamala. Welcome to RLW.
 

TheMightyQuinn

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We can change it from Shooting star press to a dive off the top rope and hooking the leg. I just like the name North Star Press.
 

brusch

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We can change it from Shooting star press to a dive off the top rope and hooking the leg. I just like the name North Star Press.

300-pound frog splashes/cross-body's seem pretty dang devastating to me! Maybe the shooting star press variation can be that "desperate situations" Murder Death Kill finisher.
 

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If I could add my two cents on the finisher?

Quinn, do you remember Test in WWE? He was similarly built like the guy described in your app (the one described in the app is 6'7", and 295 lbs, where Test was 6'6", and 282 lbs,) and his finisher was a running boot. Or, for a current example, Brock Lesnar, who's a bit shorter than Test, but about the same weight. His finisher is a drop DDT from a fireman's carry (though he did botch a Shooting Star Press at WrestleMania 19. Almost broke his neck.) What I'm getting at is that this guy's finisher could be something like that, and a frog splash could indeed be used out of desperation. You can still name it the North Star. For example, the North Star Boot: it fits well with the character, since he has no experience. He could've kicked the bandits' heads in with a running boot.

Personally, I would have made a shout out to the "Fist of the North Star" anime by including some sort of finishing punch, something between Roman Reigns' Superman punch and Big Show's KO punch, though probably closer to the KO punch, but that's just me.

If you want feedback on the character, I can give you that, too.
 

TheMightyQuinn

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Ok everybody thanks for your input. After some thought, the North Star SLAM! Which in turn is a Razor's Edge. Sound good?
 

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Razor's Edge is a good move for a dude with little experience since really, despite how awesome Scott Hall thinks he is, you're just dumping a dude on his neck and shoulders.

Some of the moves in your set list I'd be evolving towards like the superplex and the cobra clutch suplex (which would be a far more amazing finisher down the line from a guy this size with experience).

I'd be focusing on simple big hurts.

That's being critical.

I have no problem really and just want to help you
 

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