Post by Steve Orbit on May 11, 2019 9:32:43 GMT -5
"The Mack" Steve Orbit From: East Oakland, California Weight: 235lbs Height: 6'1"
The lights dim as the opening notes to "Return of the Mack" begin to play. The crowd erupts. Pink lights swirl throughout the arena, eventually converging into one big pink spotlight. After a moment Steve Orbit steps into the spotlight wearing a long mink coat, playing to the crowd and moving with the music's beat.
He hits the ring, removes his mink coat as the song's hook starts. He sings along with the crowd:
"RETURN OF THE MACK! RETURN OF THE MACK!"
Orbit smiles and plays to the crowd until the match begins.
Pimp Slap (backhand slap that gets way oversold by opponents, his most legendary move, likes to hit it on opponents mid-air or other types of unexpected spots. Or just whenever)
Honey Dip (half nelson suplex, likes to hit it into the turnbuckes lately)
Oakland Splash (somersault senton off the top turnbuckle, or springboard, or off a balcony, wherever)
Orbital DDT (tornado DDT, springboard or with opponent on top turnbuckle)
Rather than list 50 moves, just know Orbit is a speed/stamina guy, like a high-flyer but taking fewer risks. Quick strikes and throws, springboard stuff, all types of suplexes, elbows, forearms, running knees. Very little submission or technical chain wrestling stuff, if he does any of that its simple stuff that fits in the moment or the flow of the match. Just put enough Pimp Slap spots and it's a decent Orbit match.
John Gable: Hey, Seth. I won't pretend to know what is going on but if you ever see this. I would just like to ask if you could at least grant access to the RP boards. I really like reading old RPs. They mean a lot to me. I put a lot of work into them.
Jun 8, 2020 13:47:58 GMT -5
John Gable: And there is a friend I have been wanting to show them to because they want to read them as well. So, it would mean a lot to me that, if you see this, you could open of the RP boards again just so I could see it. If it isn't any trouble.
Jun 8, 2020 13:48:58 GMT -5
John Gable: Please and thank you.
Jun 8, 2020 13:49:04 GMT -5