“The Midwest Nightmare” Ryan Samuels

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percyhavemercy
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“The Midwest Nightmare” Ryan Samuels

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Real Name (Optional): TJ

Name/Nickname (if different from above): Same as above

Twitter Handle (Optional): @mwxpresslariat

Preferred Brand: Shotgun or Livewire?

Height: 6ft, 6in

Weight: 320 lbs

Date of Birth: February 21, 1988

Hometown: Tribune, Kansas

Alignment: Heel - 2

Picbase: Stan Hansen

Wrestling Style: Brawler

Entrance Theme: None.

Finishers:
*The Ryan/Midwest Express - Lariat
*Give Them Jessy - Reverse-spin scoop powerslam.

Signature Moves:
*The Stampede - Triple rolling gutwrench suplexes
*Pull In Your Horns - Spinning leg hook belly-to-back suplex
*Spear
*Will Die Standin' Up - A series of rapid elbow smashes, knife edge chops and head butts in the corner.

Common Moves: (at least ten)
*German Suplex
*Snap Suplex
*Standing Elbow Drop
*Front Powerslam
*Big Boot
*Powerbomb
*Running European Uppercut
*Chokeslam
*Too Much Mustard - Knife Edge Chop
*Biel Toss

Entrance Description: He just storms out to the ring, whipping his bull rope around to scare the fans.

Appearance (optional): He’ll come to the ring with his black cowboy hat on and a black leather vest. Usually carries a bull rope with him too.

In-Ring Attire (optional): He wears black trunks with “RS” written in white on the front and a pair of black wrestling boots.

Out-of-Ring Attire (optional): Always sporting a black cowboy hat, a pair of cowboy boots and wrangler jeans. White t-shirt or no shirt.

Gimmick/Personality: Ryan is a loud no-nonsense hard-hittin’ cowboy. He likes to drink and he likes to fight. He works a wild, stiff powerhouse based style. A lot of slams and strikes, he loves to show off his impressive strength.

Biography: Always a big fan of wrestling growing up, Ryan watched his heroes of years past on old VHS tapes his grandfather had. After a successful run as a high school football star, Ryan decided to skip college and give his dream a try. A few years of working the independents, Ryan decided to give this thing a try.
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