Post by Crow McMorris on Apr 27, 2016 11:45:07 GMT -5
Crow McMorris Stats
Name: Crow McMorris
Nicknames: The Murder Machine. Scarecrow
Pic Base: A huge bastard, occasionally with corpse paint for theatrical effect.
Height/Weight: 6'8, 264 lbs
Build:A powerhouse with busts of blistering speed.
Eye Color: An unnatural electric yellow.
Hair: Shoulder length, straight, black.
Tattoos: Fully colored Japanese sleeves on each arm; featuring interweaving dragons at war.
Billed: Back from the Dead
Current Main Residence: Sharing a Manson with his Manager, Grandfather and confidant: Buddy Roman.
Fan Reaction: Crow has a loyal, cult following, that endures irrespective of his actions. It’s Stone cold meets the Raven. A Murder Of Crows is always cheered, no matter who he hits it on.
Manager: Buddy Roman (If it suits his Grandfather's goals, i.e, fetching a tuna sandwich)
Tag Team: N/A
Inaugural UCI World Heavyweight Champion. (Lazarus, 2016)
WCF People Championship. (Payback, 2015)
WCF Internet Championship. (Ultimate Showdown match, 2015)
Crow McMorris is the bastard son of a coked up maniac. Born a nomad and a loner, Crow has always been a man who has existed on the periphery of society. Drawn to the dangerous theater of Professional Wrestling to discover his heritage, Crow's pursuit of the truth took him to the very edge of death, and beyond. Murdered by his best friend's former tag team partner, Bobby Cairo; Crow fell over thirty feet to his death. But for the Murder Machine, this was not the end, for his strange linage meant he had a slender shot at resurrection. After Crow's demise, it was revealed that Zombie McMorris was his biological father, an immortal who links life to death and back again; together with his best friend Kaz Mazy (who's guilt drove him to make a terrible sacrifice to the malevolent Voodoo priest, “The Baron” ) Crow was reanimated as a damaged, but noble undying force; a wraith balancing the chaos within with a residual sense of justice. Crow is determined now to honor his debts to his family and friends, as the world of professional wrestling returns to haunt him, so now he must haunt it.
Green military style Jacket, Jeans, Flannel Shirt, black tee shirt and a busted pair of cowboy boots held together with duct tape and dirt. His tee-shirts are often Japanese action stars and cult Samurai thrillers. Crow has also been known to accessorize with a black overcoat in the winter.
Crow wears a black hoodie to the ring, the purple outline of a Crow with the words, "Murder Machine" emblazoned on the back, also in purple. During a contest, Crow wears a sleeveless black tee, a set of black elbow pads, a pair of ripped jeans cut off at the knees, accompanied by black wrestling boots, knee pads and kick pads. His right hand and wrist are wrapped with white tape, with the word, “Murder”, written in thick red ink on the back of his knuckles; as a countenance to this, his left wrist and hand are wrapped in simple black tape.
BEEP! BEEP! BEEEEEEEEEEEEP!
A heart monitor flat-lines as the arena lights cut out. Metallica's "Here Comes Revenge" kicks in as a purple spotlight beams down to the stage, encircled by a rolling bank of dry ice.
Above this scene a montage of breakneck imagery appears; Kick! Wham! Cutter! The unworthy falling victim before the might of the Murder Machine. A Murder of Crows! A vicious Chokeslam! It's a glorious car crash of jobbers and victories as the Crow finally emerges in the center of the storm, his massive hooded form cutting a dark, brooding silhouette eclipsed by smoke and light.
Still masked in shadow, Crow adjusts his taped right hand, gaining depth and detail as he begins his focused procession down the steel ramp. We realize now that he's wearing a customized black hoodie over his fight gear. The words, "Murder Machine", are emblazoned across the back in purple.
Kyle Steel: Standing at six foot eight! Weighing in at two hundred and sixty four pounds! Back from the dead! He is...DAHHH MURDAHHH MACHINNNE, CROW McMORHISSSS!
The spotlight follows a snarling and furious Crow at a hurried marching pace, his tall, muscular frame navigating around the squared circle as it billows more dry ice from beneath the ring. Crow's focused now, eager to dissect some poor hapless bastard within.
Eventually (after Crow is satisfied that his mind games are complete) he saunters over the top rope and enters the ring, removing his hoodie and throwing it at Kyle Steel. The Murder Machine climbs the ring post and hits a sinister crucifix pose to a MASSIVE POP. Crow soaks up the adulation for a moment before waving his opponent on. After the pop, Crow leaps down and leans his back against the ring post, assuming a demeanor of nonchalance, tinged with cold, almost sociopathic menace.
Slugger/Powerhouse. A six foot eight human wrecking machine with the ability to fly and use devastating power moves; Crow has multiple options in attack; from merciless brawling brutality, to train wrecking big boots, Crow can mix it up; but mostly favors a well oiled combination of rough housing and psychical dominance.
A Barbed Wire Hockey Stick. Crow's a New York Islanders fan and often wears one of their famous blue and white jersey's during those Hardcore matches.
-Knife Edge Chops
-Inverted Atomic Drop
-Belly to Back Gutbuster
-Arm wrench takeover
-Double Underhook Backbreaker
-Release German Suplex
-Russian Leg Sweep
-Half Nelson Backbreaker
-Blue Thunder Powerbomb
-Running Leg Lariat
-Multiple running foot washes into a prone turnbuckle opponent.
-Tree of Woe Double Foot Stomp
-Avalanche Muscle Buster
-Avalanche Release German Suplex
-Diving Axe Handle
-Diving Leg Drop
-Suicide Dive Tornado DDT
-Over the top rope suicide dive
-Over the top rope Tope Con Hilo
-Grounded Knee Strikes
-Guillotine Leg Drop
-Jumping Elbow Drop
-Spinal tap kick to the back
-Arn Anderson Spinebuster
-Go Home Driver
-Cradle Capture Backbreaker
-Tilt and Twirl Backbreaker
-Dragon Screw Whip
-"Coma Kick” (Brogue Kick)
-“World Breaker" (Fireman's Carry Neckbreaker)
-“Chokeslam" (Undertaker Style Chokeslam)
-“Murder of Crows” (Crucifix Cutter)
-“Dead on Arrival" (Styles Clash)
-“The Crowbar" (Kimura Lock)