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Post by Berial Sat Jan 12, 2019 2:29 am

Hitomi Hana
"The Wayward Jetstream"

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Sex: Female
Age: 19
Height: 5’4”
Weight: 116 lbs.
Hair: White
Eyes: Aqua
Hometown: Tokyo Metropolis
Nationality: Japanese
Alignment: Heel

Entrance Music:

“Starry Story”

Wrestling Information

Strategy: Hit and run is the name of Hitomi’s game. She’s light, quick with her hands, and knows it. Keeping close to her opponent and punishing them with a flurry of strikes, whittling them down bit by bit, is how she utilizes her rough strikes and unorthodox way of fighting. She spends as little amount of time in her opponent’s range as she can, openly and unashamedly running away from them at the nearest sign of danger so she can retry from another opening. She’s not above cheating her way out of trouble either. Biting, low blows, hair pulling, taunting. It’s all commonplace. She usually reserves it for when she feels really cornered or outmatched, but since that goes for most of her fights, well...

Type: Hi-Speed Striker
Style: Hitomi-Fu

Preferred Matches: Standard l Hardcore l Hentai

Favorite Moves:
- Jabs
- Hooks
- Uppercuts
- Missile Dropkick
- Diving Elbow
- Headbutt

Signature Moves:
Pop-up Princess - Lunging towards her opponent, Hitomi will leap up and shoot her knee straight into their jaw with a clumsy, but effective jumping knee kick.
In Action:

Hitomania - When frustration builds, when the whole world seems against her, and defeat feels inevitable, it's time for Hitomania! She builds up her spirit, puffs her chest, and lets loose an unending flurry of punches straight to her opponent’s face! While it's pretty exhausting, straightforward, and won’t always end matches...its pretty cool!
Stats: Current Record: 91
             Efficiency: 0%
             Success Rate: 50%
             Video upvotes: +200%
In Action:

Finishing Moves:
Love Bomb - With her opponent doubled over, Hitomi will lock her legs around her opponent's head in a pair of scissors, and her arms around their midsection in a waistlock. She then throws herself forward, going between their legs and into a sitting position, planting them for a pin with a sunset flip powerbomb. In hentai matches, if her opponent’s bottoms have been removed, Hitomi will instead use her mouth to work away at their sex rather than go for a pin straight off.
In Action:

Rock the House - (Hardcore Matches Only) Brandishing her trusty guitar, Hitomi will swing it over her shoulder at her stunned opponent like a baseball bat, breaking it upside their head.
In Action:

Sumidagawa Encore - (Hardcore Matches Only) A move she translated from the ending of her sixth concert in Kyoto. Hitomi leaps from the top turnbuckle and swings her guitar down, breaking it over her opponent’s head as she falls.
In Action:

Physical Stats
Endurance: ★★★★☆
Strength: ★★☆☆☆
Speed: ★★★★☆  
Defense: ★★☆☆☆
Technique: ★★☆☆☆

Wrestling Stats
Strikes: ★★★★☆
Submissions: ★★☆☆☆
Powerhouse: ★☆☆☆☆
Aerial: ★★☆☆☆
Counters: ★★★★☆


Personality: Hitomi walks an incredibly thin line between adorably upbeat and obnoxiously toxic. She can be bubbly and outgoing one moment, all smiles and positive energy, and tearing a fan’s heart out the next. She loves feeling wanted and does her hardest to make other people happy. She’s mainly friendly and considerate to anyone that either shows their complete support, even in passing, so long as they keep saying she's doing a good job, no matter what that may be. When it comes to keeping the support of those around her, she’ll do almost anything.

On the flip side, she’s an unbelievably cocky and vain person. For years, she’s been the center of attention in her own little world, with others doing half of her fighting for her. She doesn't take criticism well and pointing out her flaws only puts you right in her crosshairs. Pressing the issue can tends to make her outright hostile in the right situation, willing to throw down in an instant for anything less than unquestioning loyalty. She feels the need to get her way quite a lot and can go to some lengths to do so. She isn’t afraid to get a little provocative with her methods either, making full use of her good looks and idol-status charm to swing things in her favor. That alone is a huge reason she still somehow retains a significant backing despite how unbelievably toxic she clearly is.

Appearance: Hitomi is bright and youthful, with a slim and petite body that she trains fairly often to get the most out of it, even if she's on the shorter end of the pro-wrestling spectrum. Her upbeat demeanor compliments her appearance well. Her short brown hair can turn long in a matter of weeks. She's never without her trademark headphones and totes her guitar around in a carrying case on most of her days off.

Ring Attire:
Casual Attire:
Jam Sesh:
Still gettin the hang of this:


Hitomi got her start in the public eye as a small-time YouTube cover artist. Her talent with her guitar spoke for itself, but it was a few months into it, when she could finally afford some editing software and proper recording equipment, that her channel really took off. She grew quickly and even put out a few originals which were big hits and got her trending. Only a year had passed before a producer approached for her contract to bring her into the mainstream. It was big news to her fanbase when she finally announced a tour a few months after. She seemed to be another diamond in the rough on its way to stardom, all things considered.

And then she started singing. Oh, god, the signing.

Lukewarm was a generous way to put the reception followed, turning outright bitter and resentful the more she put out. But she refused to concede, eager to prove her worth in the big time. She had the talent. She had the skills. She had the drive. She could do it, no matter what they said. She stopped doing her crossovers on other channels and knuckled down on producing as many singles as she could, to little avail. Her fanbase expressed, though the main topic for them expressed worry for her upcoming tour.

So much disapproval had major repercussions, not just for her tour, but for her contract itself. She grew desperate and began deleting comments left and right. When the inevitable backlash occurred, she ousted everyone who didn’t support her new releases as “haters” and “detractors”, trying to drag her down and that she gets plenty of support from her “real fans”. This caused a major split and a lot of infighting within her community, setting the stage for her tour that was practically begging for disaster to strike.

And when it did, the result was not at all what anyone expected.

Her first few shows went as smoothly as could be, but her fourth had seen the most divided crowd yet. Rallying on online threads, many had taken to buying tickets and sneaking one another in for the sole purpose of disrupting her event and, likewise, her supporters organized to counter this by also showing up to the performance. She hadn’t even gotten through her first song before the arena descended to chaos. Security was vastly outnumbered, woefully underprepared for the audience a no-name YouTuber from Japan could conjure. Hitomi continued to play, nevertheless, refusing to submit to the detractors that existed only to bring her down...right up until one of them rushed the stage. No one knew what the young man’s intention was, and no one would find out, because the second he was within arm’s reach, Hitomi blasted him upside the head with her guitar. A stunned silence fell over the place followed by a rambunctious uproar when The police arrived a moment later and shut down the show.

Needless to say, her notoriety skyrocketed. Her video and each one that followed went viral, garnering huge swaths of attention and tons of clicks. It was baffling how such a sweet voice and cute face could be capable of it all, but they sure as hell enjoyed it. Hitomi was quick to pick up on it, and grew a lot more physical with her relationship to her audience, feeding on the attention as best she could. Before she’d even open her set, Hitomi would have already broken a guitar over someone’s head. Quietly, she suggests that her security take five at some of her venues, openly challenging anyone over Twitter to come and try their hand against her almighty “Hitomi-Fu”. What mostly ended up happening was a series of backstage ambushes and parking lots brawls that somehow continued to fail spectacularly. The girl was too quick, too dangerous and weirdly comfortable with that guitar in her hand. Even people who’d never heard of the name Hitomi Hana started showing up to her concerts, eager to see when the next fight would spill over.

While her antics only served to further divide her fanbase, it greatly reinforced the loyalty of its dedicated half. She felt strong, unstoppable. She had an army at her beck and call, ready to rally to the call of their beautiful and kind princess.

Her producers didn’t appreciate the attention as much as she did, however, and they canceled the tour not even halfway through. They parted with Hitomi, doing her a final courtesy by paying for her flight back home.

Her channel activity slowed dramatically as she slipped into quiet seclusion, uncertain of where to go next. She filled most of the time doing light training, keeping herself in shape for the next encounter that never came and dwelling on her relative obscurity. She could continue doing music and make a fair bit of revenue, but most of her fanbase had shifted into something else now. They were electrified, hungry for more action. Nobody was even really talking about music anymore, just fantasizing. All anyone asked is if she would ever fight again, and all she could do was bite her nails and weigh her options.

On a whim, Hitomi reached out to an old collaborator, one the few who hadn’t been disgusted by her actions and could reasonably call a friend, and asked for advice. She knew she’d get eviscerated in the professional scene. MMA training would take a lot of time, and honestly, she didn’t even like combat sports all that much. She needed somewhere where she could keep her image, do what she wanted when she wanted, got a lot of coverage, and had absolutely zero standards for newbies.

“Ever heard of AFW?” He replied.

Fun Facts:
- Hitomi’s hair grows back abnormally fast. She’s fine with growing it out and plays
with it a lot, but she makes sure to keep it short and manageable for matches.
- She’s something of a tech whiz, getting plenty familiar with computers, graphic
cards, cyber security, pretty much anything she’d need to make sure her channel
stays up and running. She even hosts a website that’s completely managed by
herself despite the size of her following. A major feature is "the Counter"; an ongoing record of the number and types of guitars she's broken over someone's head. It's expected to start skyrocketing since her AFW contract became finalized.
- Had a brief stint as a shampoo model for a few local Japanese brands around Tokyo.
It’s the only time she’s had to get rid of her hair highlights and would never do it
- Her channel mascot is her Shiba Inu, Rasputin.

Career Information

Official Record: 0 - 0 - 0

Wins: 0
Losses: 0
Draws: 0

Career Milestones:
- Newbie.

Friends: None
Allies: None
Rivals: None
Enemies: None
Crushes: None

Timeline & Events
Match l Backstage l Promo

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