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Fri Feb 24, 2017 7:10 pm by Lunchador
Hey, all! Wanted to send a message here to apologize for my recent absence, and the threads I've left hanging for the last month or so. Been dealing with some physical and mental health issues that have kept me from posting for awhile. It Want to sincerely apologize to those who I've had ongoing threads with during this time, and to those who have been waiting for me to start something with them. I feel like I'm ready to start trying to be active, again, and hope folks will be willing to …
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Found my HHH
Wed Feb 22, 2017 10:40 pm by starvalentine
Found my inner HHH and buried some of my roster. If anyone cares to look its here http://www.afwrpg.com/t15808-starvalentines-roster
Date of Birth: March 7, 1998 (Age 18)
Weight: 133 lbs.
Home Town: Clear Lake, Iowa, USA
Becky has received the essentials in wrestling training, before coming to Japan and hoping for further instruction. She has a solid grasp of the fundamentals, and could improve if she were more prone to applying herself in-ring, and not simply focusing on playing to the crowd.
Slams and Throws- Competent, if a little slow. Becky utilizes even some of the basic moves with a great deal of care, as if reminding herself how they're performed. This lack of ready application slows her down, and reduces the power that she puts behind them.
Technical Skill- Becky has less skill in technical wrestling than she does in judging distance, making evasion and dodging her primary defense, as opposed to defensive grappling and counters. Making matters worse, an opponent getting a firm grip on Becky tends to make her panic, which often throws all chance of a skill counter right out the window. Dodging and evading are her best bet at staying alive, in a match.
Strikes- Striking is likely Becky's strongest suit, and she is able to throw a variety of competent blows at her opponents. While she lacks the sheer physical power behind them that many other competitors might being to bear, Becky's speed and enthusiasm still make for some rather stiff blows from the American.
Submissions- Becky utilizes the basics, and not much more. She worries the fans might get bored (and therefore like her less) if she spends a great deal of time trying to wear down her opponents in a submission, so she rarely goes for a tap out. If anything, Becky will utilize “rest holds”- simple grappling to keep her opponent in one spot, while she catches her breath.
PREFERRED MATCH TYPES
Anything flashy! Weird stipulations, lots of objects, anything that Becky thinks might impress the fans! Tries to avoid hentai, however- folks back home might be watching!
Basic moves that can put a hurt on the opponent, and keep Becky moving around the ring. Running dropkicks, legscissor takedowns, spears, rolling high kicks and roundhouses are her favorites. If she's feeling froggy, she'll also utilize the monkey flip, rolling senton, a one-handed running bulldog, a leg drop lariat or a sitout facebuster. Becky also uses the stinkface, or a thesz press followed by a smother, if she wants to impress the fans by trying to look dominant.
Superkick- A quick, flashy thrust kick right to the face of her opponent. Despite being her “finishing” move, Becky often has to utilize more than one superkick in order to fully finish off her opponents. Or at least, that seemed to be the case, the couple of times in her life she's finished off opponents.
PERSONALITY AND BACKGROUND
Coming from a fairly small city in Iowa, Becky Brooke had few serious ambitions in life. The second youngest of four siblings, however, the young woman craved validation and positive attention. So, when she proved to be more adept athletically than academically, she followed her three brothers into wrestling. While they all left the sport behind as they moved through college, however, Becky found herself hanging on. Partially for an honest love of the sport, and partially due to a worry of having nowhere else to go.
It wasn't until the end of high school, however, that Becky discovered avenues into professional wrestling. Even if they weren't exactly the most impressively “legit” avenues- after completing her initial round of training sessions with a local gym, most of Becky's matches found her competing in assorted variations of mud, jello and oil matches. Really, any promotion that wasn't planning on putting the match in a kiddie pool either relegated Becky to the position of valet, or had nothing for her at all. Still, there seemed to be more than enough bar, tractor pulls and assorted clubs that were willing to book her, that she didn't even notice the double-standard. Ma and Pa Brooke didn't raise a girl that was going to look sideways at a paying gig, at least. “That's commie union talk,” they'd say.
Supporting herself through waitressing, the young rookie thought nothing of her “legitimacy” in the world of professional wrestling until she found herself arguing online, with some YouTuber who kept insisting that she was a pretender, a faker, only a “wrestler” in the loosest sense of the word. The first time Becky had been actively confronted like this, the encounter stuck with her. Up to that point, Becky had thought of herself as part of a sacred brotherhood that included her and her brothers' childhood idols, like Mike Mongol, “Unruly” Ulysses Ryan and “Axe Handle” Anderson: larger-than-life, living action figures. And now, she was somehow not “legit?”
Doing some more research got Brooke talking to more fans, to try and get a broader understanding of professional wrestling. And the general consensus seemed to be that the most “legit” professional wrestling seemed to be happening in Japan. Even some of her all-time favorites had runs there, in the past. So, after a quick call to her pastor to confirm that Jesus could still hear her all the way in Japan, Becky sent an application to AFW, and started packing her bags!
While still settling in, Becky is overwhelmed by the culture shock of coming to Japan. By no means qiuet, she doesn't even register how often she's the center of attention, becoming the prototypical loud American. Surprised that the country is so different from Iowa, despite what she sees as the vital American influences of 80's wrestling having visited the country. As such, Becky has taken it on herself to not just prove her legitimacy, but also to bring the wonders of American wrestling and culture to Japan! None of this comes from any malice on her part, however, but simply ignorance. Deep, profound, frequently astonishing ignorance.
QUIRKS AND FUN FACTS
- She will answer to “Becky” or “Brooke” interchangeably. She honestly may not remember which is actually her proper name.
- Becky is excited to cast her first vote in the upcoming election, but she has no idea who is running. Donald Trump's presence has her convinced that the primaries are just some really popular new reality show.
- Becky has a deep and abiding love for the United States military, U.S. history, and American popular culture. When moving to Japan, roughly 90 percent of her luggage was American DVD's and CD's, and no less than six plush, stuff bald eagles.
- Naive to the point of phenomenal ignorance, Becky has an almost iron-clad immunity to sarcasm, irony and satire of any sort. Her parents always called such things “European stuff.” She also has a heavy mistrust of Canada, but not even her parents can explain that one.
- Becky is convinced that hamburgers are God's perfect food, and she is literally willing to fight people over this.
AFW MATCH RECORD
Wins- 0/Losses- 2/Draws- 0
((1 Match in Progress))
1. Debut: Miss USA d. Becky Brooke via pinfall: In Becky's first-ever international match, Becky faces a woman wearing the name and flag of her favorite country! Becky comes up short, but she's able to console herself in the fact that she was at least beaten by took the loss to someone who clearly loves America as much as her!
2. Killer King d. Becky Brooke via pinfall: Becky offers an open challenge ... not realizing that she's at the wrong show! When Killer King takes her up on it, it's a one-sided destruction that leaves the "Super American" seeing stars.
3. Lara "Silver" Abreu vs. Becky Brooke ((Match currently in progress))
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