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Posted: Sep 2 2009, 02:28 PM
Group: NLCW Wrestler
Member No.: 727
Joined: 2-September 09
YOUR WRESTLER NAME: Limbo Krane
WRESTLER AGE: 33
WEIGHT: 228 lbs
HOMETOWN: Boston, Mass.
PERSONALITY: A psychotic bully with a penchant for the martial arts.
ENTRANCE MUSIC: Flannigan's Ball by the Dropkick Muphy's
ENTRANCE TO THE RING: A purposeful stride all the way ringside, wringing his hands and turning his slightly as he looks at the fans.
WRESTLING STYLE: All arounder. His style also supplies itself well to hardcore.
TRADEMARK MOVES: , Standing High Leg Drop, Reverse Neckbreaker
TOP/FAVORITE MOVES:Fisherman Buster, Snap belly to belly suplex.
SET UP MOVE(S): Reverse Cross Face breaker (Unprettier)
FINISHING MANEUVER(S): Straight Jacket Bomb (Swanton)
MANAGER INFORMATION (IF ANY):
Where can a person begin with Limbo Krane? First of, that's not his name. It's not some Hollywood influenced PR move though. He honestly doesn't know. The last he remembers, he woke up in a hospital in Boston with a severe concussion and little to no memory of who he was. It's been eleven years since the accident.
In those years since he woke up a blank slate, he's found solace only in thing: fighting. He took his frustrations out against anyone that looked at him funny. The pain he felt inside, not knowing who he was, became a giant chip on his shoulder. Under a court order, he was sentenced to anger management and deep therapy.
Two years after the accident, Limbo's doctor was assaulted during a therapy session. Beating the man endlessly for over an hour, the doctor barely survived and pressed charges on Krane. Krane was then imprisoned for 14 months, when ironically, he was released on good behavior.
Strangely enough, the doctor kept seeing Krane over the next few years and tried various methods of therapy to subside Krane's violent urges. After several failures, he suggested boxing to Krane.
In his amateur career, Krane went 9 - 0.
Still the violence inside grew.
The doctor, being a man who knows when he is defeated, gave up. As he walked out of their last therapy session, Krane asked, "What do I do now?"
The doctor replied, "Krane, there's no hope for you. I can't be responsible for what you do anymore. You're an animal. You might as well become a pro wrestler. It's either that of more jail time. Or worse."
Krane's interest was peaked. And soon he inside the ring as much as he could be. In the last two years, Limbo Krane has wrestled for seven different promotions, and has been kicked out of each for his reckless abandon.
He's come unglued and with each punch, he falls even further apart. The man that was is now gone, and Limbo Krane is all that's left.