Name: Tony Black
Height: 6' 7"
Weight: 284 lbs
From: Venice Beach, CA
Alignment: Neutral -- leaning toward Heel
Entrance Theme: Killing Me Inside -- CrossfadeMoveset:
1. Running Clothesline
3. Triple Suplex (3 amigos)
4. European Uppercut
5. Corner Clothesline
6. Corner Knees and elbows (like Kevin Nash)
7. Full Nelson Slam
8. Pump-handle Suplex
9. Fireman Carry Neckbreaker
10. Vertical Suplex (sustained in the vertical position for 10 seconds or so)
11. Gorilla Press (Holding them in the "planking" position for 10 seconds and then dropping them behind him as he walks in front)
12. Repeated back breaker (Like a Brock Lesnar back breaker)
14. Ankle Lock
15. Modified STF Submission
(Any and all moves are those which are somewhat technical [various suplexes and body slams and submissions] and those which are extremely aggressive and relentless [hard physical blows and knees and elbows] This particular wrestling style is difficult to defend against because the pace of the match is controlled by Tony with continual attacks and non-stop aggression)3 Trademark Manuevers:
1. Spinebuster (A mix between HHH and Batista with a little bit of added aggression like Arn Anderson)
2. Spear (A batista style spear)
3. Big Boot (much like Test; can be administered in many situations: counter attacks, running toward opponent, etc.)Finishing Moves:
Finisher Move 1: Blackout -- Equivalent to the move known also as the Testdrive, and modified swinging neck breaker. Tony has the opponents head in an inverted DDT grip with his right arm and rotates body laterally and drives the opponent down wrenching the opponents neck and causing their head to smash to the mat.
Set-up Finisher 1: the set up can be nearly anything that leaves the opponents back vulnerable; Many times, Tony utilizes the vulnerability of the opponent and and strikes with the Blackout in a counter attack that may include but is not limited to-- a ducked clothesline, a reversed suplex, a knee/kick/punch to the gut, sneaking up behind the opponent. The most used set up for the blackout is one of the three trademark maneuvers leaving the opponent on the mat and Tony lifts them off the mat and faces their back and performs the move while they are still dazed and affected by the previous move.
Finishing Move 2: [Secondary -- rarely used finisher] Camel Clutch -- Tony approaches the opponent who is lying face down on the mat and stands over them with a leg on both sides of them. Tony grabs the opponent by the biceps and places their arms around his crouched legs. Then Tony cups his hands and locked his fingers around the opponents chin and pulls the neck back with all his might causing great strain and pain upon the neck and upper back.
Set-up Finisher 2: Typically the set up is any of the trademark maneuvers or in some cases a Blackout if Tony wants to cause more pain and end the match with an unconscious Camel Clutch instead of a pinfall.History:
April 3, 2012 -- Ground Zero '12 -- Defeated Lily Jackson 0:32 into match via Blackout and pinfall.
UWE Career Highlights:N/A
Other Career Highlights:
1. Six-Time World Heavyweight Champion (Detroit Championship Wrestling[x1]; Brutual Championship Wrestling[x1]; RIVAL-Ultimate Wrestling Entertainment[x1]; National Wrestling Alliance[x3])
2. Was the first World Heavyweight Champion titleholder in DCW and BCW.
3. Two-Time World Tag-Team Champion with "The Bruiser" Bill Brooks[x1] and Sting [x1].
4. Was the Royal Rumble winner in 2005 and 2006 in NWA.
5. Was the winner of the Crisis in the Cage Battle Royal after being the first entrant of 25 to win his first World Title.
6. (Hardcore E-fedder from February 2003 -- July 2007)
Notable Feuds in UWE:N/A
Tony Black was born in Spring of 1983. He was born to two parents Cecilia and James. Early on in Tony's life he was very distant from those of his own age, not seeking to make acquaintance or friends with them, but to battle them in all forms of competition to prove his strength amidst all of his internal insecurities and fears. Tony was one who was forced to grow up quickly because of the death of his father to cancer and because of the depression into which his mother was hurled. He denied any type of assistance offered to him by family members and school teachers and counselors. Tony lived a childhood where he felt he was competing against everyone and everything and it was his denial of his need for help that pitted him against his greatest foe, himself. In his teenage years Tony was in a dangerous place, on the brink of death he challenged grown men to squabbles and scuffles only to find weapons pointed at him instead of fists. After life-threatening defeat at the hands of lead pipe Tony had lost the will to live until he was taken in by a wrestling trainer known only as "Kage" in uptown Detroit, MI.
After four years of training and mentoring, Tony felt confident in his abilities to challenge to wrestling world on his journey for respect, honor and retribution for his demons that he had inside since his youth. At the age of seventeen, just four years removed from the beginning of his training, Tony wrestled in his first sanctioned match. Tony lost the match. He was disqualified for refusing to release a submission hold after his opponent tapped out. He broke that young mans leg and could scarcely find a sanctioned match after that incident. After a scolding from his father-figure trainer and a lesson from the school of hard knocks, Tony came around some and began to appreciate the sanctity of the ring.
That speaks of an origin of the one we know as Tony Black. He would prove in a short amount of time that he would become one of the bright young starts in wrestling become a multi-World Champion from four wrestling corporations. At 24 years old and as reigning heavyweight champion in a federation called uWe that is now extinct, he vanished from the wrestling world without a trace.
He makes a return to a federation that bears a similar name as the one he abandoned five long years ago; but for what reason? What type of unfinished business could this man have that would cause him to return to the ring? Could it be the desire to be the champion that he never was? The unstoppable force he could have been?
Much is left unknown, but a few things are certain. Tony Black is still alive and has a story to tell; and Tony Black is back to claim the glory that was almost his before everything changed... This post has been edited by TonyBlack on Apr 17 2012, 03:40 PM