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Post by BCG on Fri Aug 02, 2013 1:33 pm

(This bio is subject to in-story change, and will be updated regularly. Sections highlighted in color will be updated most frequently.)
Last updated 12/25/2013

Ring Name: Vailima (vale-eem-ah)
Real Name: Vai Lima (vuy leem-ah)
Nicknames: Lima. "The Exotic Wonder".
Sex: Female
Age: 23
Eyes: Brown
Hair: Brown
Height: 5'8 ft
Weight: 136 lb
Nationality: American
Personality: While Vai is an intense and motivated competitor, she's also very friendly and sociable outside the squared circle. She highly values friendship and prefers to participate in her favorite activities with other people rather than alone. Such activities include yoga, lunch outings, relaxing at the beach, partying at clubs, and dance practice. Through the course of her life Vai has developed a positive disposition, has become a seriously disciplined athlete, and has grown to become very comfortable with her own sexuality, all of which are traits that she exaggerates for her in-ring, on-camera persona. She also adores dogs. Particularly big ones, rather then the small annoying yappy ones.

Alignment: Face
Show(s): Friction
Division(s): Singles
Title(s): None
Entrance Music: [url=]"Baila Baila" by Angela Via[/url:23u4o6te]
Appearance: (Show Spoiler)

Wrestling Style: (Show Spoiler)
Strength: Average
Durability: Average
Speed: Above Average
Agility: Great
Endurance: Average
Stamina: Great
Technique: Above Average
Cunning: Average

Has successfully adapted her background in capoeira to her wrestling style. Vailima exhibits a great deal of flexibility in her matches, and her offense primarily consists of a number of athletic kicks and flips. She'd be categorized as a striker before anything else, though one who relies on her legs rather than her hands and arms. Since her unique style always poses a high risk of pulling a muscle, Vai makes sure to spend at least half an hour stretching out every muscle in her body before every match, to the extreme of doing a full splits or even stretching her legs over her head.

Signature Moves:
Tidal Kick – An effective, offensive kick developed from her capoeira training. It simply involves her spinning her body around and lifting her leg up high so that her leg connects with the head of an opponent who’s rushing at her, knocking them off their feet. While it seems simple in theory, it requires quite a lot of flexibly to lift one’s leg that high while simultaneously pivoting their other foot to spin their body around.

Split Legged Moonsault – This move requires her opponent to be lying down near the turnbuckles. Once her opponent is in the right spot, Vailima will grab hold of the top ropes on either sides of the turnbuckle and heave herself up with her arm strength as high as she can. Once she’s high enough, she’ll do a full splits in the air and bounce both of her legs off the top rope on either sides of the turnbuckle, allowing her to flip backwards and land a body splash on her opponent.

Hurricanrana - Vailima locks her legs around her opponent's neck and swings her whole body either to the right or left, forcing the opponent off their feet. This move can be set up a number of ways, though Vailima personally likes to take the direct approach and leap directly onto her opponent's shoulders.

Torpedo Dropkick - A dropkick that involves Vailima taking a running start or leaping from the top ropes, and pulling off a complete aerial somersault before landing both her feet against an opponent's body. It requires perfect timing, or else she can end up losing height and just kicking the opponent's legs as she lands OR even crashing painfully into her opponent. It's also surprisingly difficult to land a kick with both feet as intended, and many times Vailima has only made contact with one foot, which technically makes it a failure as a dropkick.

Tornado Flurry - One of Vailima's most unique and popular moves. It involves her doing a handstand and proceeding to bombard her opponents with relentless upside down kicks. If the opponent tries to back off, Vailima will then proceed to chase after them by walking on her hands and continuing to kick them, not stopping until they retreat outside the ring or manage to knock her off her hands. The move is exceedingly simply, but requires great balance, and its unorthodox nature prevents most opponents from ever truly being prepared for it.

Lure Kick - Vailima lies in wait on the ring apron, sometimes feigning fatigue or an injury, and lures her opponent close. When they poke their head over or under the top rope to try to get at her, she'll grab hold of the middle rope and quickly yank herself up to crack a devastating kick across the back of their head.

Kesagiri Chop - A downward, diagonal backhand chop usually aimed for the neck or shoulders. Although this chop is part of Vailima's basic offense, it's significant to mention due to it being the only offensive strike she uses her hands for. She tends to mix these chops in with onslaughts of capoeira style kicks.

Finishing Move(s):
Tsunami Drop – Vailima’s finishing move. When her opponent is lying on the mat, either on their back or stomach, and is too stunned to get up quickly, Vailima will usually try ending the match with this. It involves her propelling herself off the ropes and running towards her lying opponent. When she nears them, she’ll do a frontal flip through the air and land on her butt with the bottom of her right or left leg slamming down onto her opponent’s head, neck, or shoulders. Basically, it's a somersault leading into a leg drop. There’s a high risk of her knocking the wind out of herself when she performs this finisher, so she usually only attempts it when she thinks her opponent is fatigued enough to try finishing off. Vailima also usually puts a bit of fanfare into it, by removing and tossing her hair band to the crowd before propelling herself off the ropes.
Backstory: (Show Spoiler)
A woman of Samoan and Brazilian parentage, born in America. Despite her exotic background,Vai grew up as a somewhat typical valley girl living in California, only occasionally visiting relatives on the Samoan Islands for week long stays. She grew up learning to speak fluent Samoan and Portuguese, but her first language always remained English. Though she felt pride for her diverse heritage, she identified most strongly with being American due to the influence of her neighborhood friends and classmates, AKA her peers. As a child, Vai was casually trained in capoeira by her grandfather, mostly for fun. The training intensified as she reached her teen years however, and by the time her grandfather passed away Vai was experienced enough in capoeria to continue practicing on her own and even fight at a competitive level if she so chose. Yet instead Vai eventually developed a strong passion for breakdancing, and proved to be quite talented at it due to the flexibility she possessed from her grandfather’s training. She nearly followed a career in it, but in the end only ended up following it as another hobby. She spent the rest of her teenage years attending school and following her athletic hobbies without any clear direction in mind of what she wanted to do with her life. Then by age 19, she had gotten into the habit of frequenting a gym where many professional athletes happened to train, some of whom were professional wrestlers. This was where her interest in wrestling was first peaked, as she was convinced by one of the wrestlers who frequented the gym to come see one of his matches. Out of politeness and curiosity, Vai attended the house show where the wrestler was scheduled to perform, and she was immediately struck with intrigue. It wasn't long after that she ended up joining an independent wrestling circuit thankfully not very far from home.

Vai spent a quarter year training before she started to be booked for matches. It turned out to be a very fun and competitive sport, though there were a couple of drawbacks. One was that she was initially thrown off by how aggressive and overly competitive everyone seemed to be, to the point of being cruel and vicious to one anther. Once she wrapped her mind around the concept of faces and heels however, she was able to better pick out who she needed to watch her back around and who she could befriend. The other issue Vai encountered was that despite her athleticism and background in capoeria, she had a harder time than most getting a hang of basic maneuvers. Wrestling was too vastly different from capoeria or dancing which her body was already conditioned towards, and she proved to have terrible timing and coordination for it. More than once she considered calling it quits, but through patience and much practice, Vai eventually managed to get the hang of it and soon learned to adapt her own unique talents to her wrestling repertoire. She began competing more like the capoeria fighter that she was, mixing wrestling techniques with tremendous flexibility and flashy kicks. With her fresh and innovative move set, habit of wrestling barefoot, and just her exotic look in general, Vai was completely unique. She became a huge draw for the circuit she wrestled for, as more and more people came to watch her. Eventually the circuit became a big enough federation to begin touring, and Vai herself became a big name in her own right. She soon began receiving contract offers from professional wrestling leagues, promising her bigger paychecks than she ever realized were possible for a wrestler to make.

Vai eventually ended up wrestling under a two year contract for a televised all-female league that had offered her the most money. While this turned out to be a huge step in her career, and the pay was great, it wasn't too long before Vai realized she had made a mistake in just jumping at the highest paying offer she was given. She came to notice that the league she was now part of had a habit of forcing overly sexual gimmicks on their talent. Vai had never been one to exploit her own sexuality before, and so the sudden demand for her to do so put her in quite an uncomfortable position. On top of that, the league began taking too much creative control over Vai's gimmick without her input or consent. They tried a number of ways to capitalize on her exotic appearance and heritage, one of which was forcing her to speak in a false "latin" accent. They also had her start going by the combined name of "Vailima", which she found to be just plain silly at first. She had gone from Vai Lima the wrestler to Vailima "the Exotic Wonder", and with every passing month her ring attire seemed to grow shinier and more provocative. Vai felt exploited and ridiculous, yet ironically everyone else seemed to like it. Putting so much gratuitous emphasis on her exotic heritage and sex appeal was actually putting her over with the fans, and she was becoming a household name for the league. Even people outside of the wrestling business began taking notice of her, such as low budget movie producers, radio show hosts, and even... regrettably, people from the porn industry. Despite her discomfort with it all, the growing fame and increasingly large pay checks convinced Vai to stick out her two year contract. She decided that once it was over though, she'd be done. Done from the league and done with wrestling all-together. While she still enjoyed wrestling as a competitive sport, this just wasn't the kind of life she wanted to lead.

Vai officially retired from her short lived career after her two year contract was up, but her retirement didn't last as long as she intended. After spending a few months at home, Vai began to miss wrestling. She missed the competitiveness, the excitement, and all the other aspects she still considered fun in spite of her prior uncomfortable experiences. It occurred to her that maybe all she had needed was a break, and maybe now what she needed was to compete in a league that didn't exploit her the way the previous had. Vai decided to start making calls to wrestling leagues who had offered her contracts in the past, and eventually she settled upon a reasonable one year contract for a non-televised league in Mexico. Almost immediately Vai found herself enjoying her time in the Mexican based league, as she was finally able to focus on the athletic aspects of wrestling without any corporate pressure to provide anything else. Still, people remembered how she had been in the previous league, and there was a bit of a demand amongst fans to see the return of a more sexualized Vailima. And strangely... Vai found herself accommodating the fans' wishes more and more as the months rolled by. She began wearing more provocative outfits, as she used to, and exhibited more flirtatious behavior inside and outside of the ring, through body language and blowing kisses to the fans. It eventually dawned on Vai that near the end of her two year contract with the previous league, she had actually grown rather comfortable with the sexual aspects of her gimmick. She had come to like it in fact. What she hadn't liked was the amount of control the league had had over her gimmick and persona, literally picking out ring attire for her and making her speak in stupid fake accents. That's what had really thrown her off about the whole experience, she realized. As long as she had control over her own career however, adding a bit of sex appeal to her persona was actually quite fun.

Near the end of her contract with the Mexican based league, Vai began receiving new offers to jump ship to bigger better leagues. One in particular that caught her eye was a Japanese promotion called AFW, where she'd be competing on a televised all-female show called Friction. It would be a return to television, and unlike the previous all-female league she had worked for, this one promised her complete creative freedom. She could be the "Vailima" she wanted to be, without having to worry about any kind of control or interference from the corporation. Or at least that's what the fine print said. While Vailima had made many great friends in Mexio and had learned a lot about lucha libre style wrestling, she decided that AFW was the way to go. After the final day of her contract, on which she enjoyed an overwhelming farewell ceremony and a memorable "last match", Vai bought herself a plane ticket to Japan. While Vai is fully aware of what sort of matches occur on Friction, she's more excited about the prospects of what AFW can do for her career than anything else. As long as she can compete as a wrestler on her own terms, she'll suffer through whatever violent and or embarrassing matches that she has to. Vailima fully intends to become the next big star of Friction.
AFW History
Accomplishments: None
Tag Teams/Stables: None
Allies/Friends: None
Rivals/Enemies: None
Lovers: None
The Road So Far:
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