Re: British Wrestling Revolution
After being signed by the WWE in 2009, it seemed as though this Austrian native was destined for greatness. Unfortunately, it didn't work out, and The Bambikiller went back to touring the world. With a motto of winning by any means necessary, Raaber is not looking to win over any fans in her persuit of glory.
If ever there was a suitable nickname, Dave 'The Bastard' Mastiff owns it. This behemoth is known for a smash mouth style, and with his size advantage on almost every competitor, The Bastard will try to wreck everyone and anything that stands in his way.
Dubbed "The Mexican Sensation", El Ligero has travelled from his North American homeland and has settled down in the sunny setting of England. Having made a name for himself quickly across the circuit, Ligero is one of the best in Britain today.
When it comes to independent wrestling, USA representative Jonathan Gresham has seen it all. With credits in both Ring of Honor and Combat Zone Wrestling, his experience, mixed with his lightning quick speed, will make Gresham a force to be reckoned with.
Travis may be arrogant, but his skills cannot be denied in the ring. Travis boasts a huge fan support, and although he may not be the most humble man to grace the United Kingdom's wrestling fleet, he has won the hearts of the European fans with an always entertaining approach.
Lionheart is a Scot who speaks his mind at any moment. Unafraid of any challenger, Lionheart has stood toe to toe with some of the best and remained completely unphased. He is confident, and will get in your face as quick put you down for the 3 count.
Dar comes out of Glasgow with the bad attitude you'd expect. With a vocal and often explicit style, Dar is not only one of the most technical wrestlers in the Isles, but he is far beyond his years.
When it comes to European wrestling, this man needs no introduction. He has wowed crowds from England to Japan, and in 2012 got himself signed to WWE's NXT Developmental promotion. After some time off screen, he was released from his contract. Free to do what he does best, PAC is back in Britain and is looking to pick up right where he left off.
Truly one of the greatest professional wrestlers coming from the UK in history, Doug Williams is not only a commentator for BWR, but he is the creator. Taking on the roles of promoting, announcing, commentating and match making, the work rate Williams has put into his in-ring career is more than being matched outside.
Lending his years upon years of wrestling knowledge to BWR, Rollerball Rocco will be behind the announcers desk to call the action. Anyone familiar with his old school systems will know how passionate Rocco is for professional wrestling, and you can count on him bringing that through on the microphone.
Last edited by ClydebankBlitz; 08-31-2013 at 02:03 AM.