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"The Living Legend" Amp


League Member
Feb 21, 2015
- Handler Name: Michael Pettis
- Contact Info: (Can be Private Messaged to me) Twitter: @MikePettis660, [MENTION=6090]LivingLegendAmp[/MENTION]
- Current EFed (if any): Boardwalk Wrestling
- Are you representing that EFed with this character?: Yes
- Is anyone else from your EFed entered in Battlemania? Yes, Aidan Morag so far.

Character Name: "The Living Legend" Amp
Height: 6'
Weight: 195 lbs
Hometown: Kansas City, Missouri
Theme Song: "Stranglehold" by Ted Nugent
Alignment: Heel
Wrestling Style: High Flyer/Cruiserweight
10 Favorite Move(s): DDT, Bulldog, Series of Suplexes, Tiger Driver, Scorpion Deathlock, Flying Clothesline, Corkscrew Plancha, Flying Dropkick, Standing Shooting Star Press, Tornado DDT
5 Signature Move(s): Electric Pain [Surfboard], Shockwave [Spear], 1-800-QUITNOW [Crossface]
Set-up Move: Turn Up the Volume [Scissors Kick, From any Standpoint]
Finishing Move: High Velocity
Finishing Maneuver Description: Moonsault
Character Details: (Gimmick, History, Look) Amp has had a long and drawn out career, spanning the SFW/SFT, XCW, SCW, EFW, RWA, EWA and many other feds. When he began in SFW, he was a jobber, but he worked his ass off in the IWL, and it paid off, as he returned to the SFW to become one of the most decorated stars in the history of e-wrestling. As he and his manager, Angel Eyes, took on all comers, they were often victorious. Their careers spanned the federations of SFW, SFT, XCW, EFW, SCW, and others. After years racking up titles and victories, Amp became a Hall of Famer in the SFW, SFT, XCW, and SCW. Amp is a former member of the Dead Pac, Night Riderz, System, Systematic 2.0 and 3.0, New Breed, The Elite, No Authority and The Eternal Renegades. After a nasty falling out with Angel Eyes, Amp became a changed man. He wallowed in self pity, and wondered what the meaning of his life really was. Although vastly criticized for it, Amp teamed with Joe Gunn to form Superior Hatred, but quickly turned on his partner. After that, Amp soon grew tired of the backstage politics in SFT, and left to form the RWA with other disgruntled SFT employees. However, it was not to last, and the RWA soon folded. Amp took a leave from the ring for two months, and seeked professional help. One day, he did not show for an appointment though, as it was the same day of SFT's Pay Per View, Holy Wars 2. As one of the innovators of the original Holy Wars, Amp could not pass up the opportunity to appear. Soon after, Amp aligned with Aj Nin Red Rum, Vicious, Dave Van Dam, and surprisingly The ICON. The alliance was short lived however, after Aj Nin Red Rum died, and Vicious changed his name to Vic Roberts and joined the SFT staff. Plus, ICON retired again for good. Dave Van Dam and Amp were the final members left, and decided to carry on the name of the Eternal Renegades as a Tag Team. At November Reign 2: 6 Feet Under, the Eternal Renegades defeated Nathan Gust and Adam Payne (Unruly Conflict) to win the SFT Tag Team Titles. Amp also forfeited his Lightweight Title to Fugitive. But with his new manager, brother and RWA Owner Michael Pettis, and SFT President Facilitator working behind the scenes, they also brought X2 back to Strike Fantasy Towers, and the huge group decided to christen themselves Power Trip. X2 eventually left the group, and Silent Fury joined and left as well. After that, it was down to Facilitator, Michael Pettis, Amp, and Dave Van Dam left for Power Trip. After taking two weeks off to heal his leg that he injured at EWA: Snowbound, Amp returned to successfully defend the Tag Team Titles with Dave Van Dam against Lotus Pod and The Regulators at January's Breakdown. Around this time, Amp and others created No Authority, which almost suceeded in it's goal of taking over SFT. During all of this, Amp royally pissed off Megan the Monster, igniting one of the hottest feuds of 2003. Amp eventually retired Megan, who hasn't wrestled regularly since. Amp also started a relationship with Rachel Pitt during this time. (Who hasn't called him back.. Ah, women). After becoming the longest reigning Tag Team Champions ever in SFT, Amp and Dave Van Dam split up, and Dave defeated Amp for the belts. Shortly after, No Authority crumbled after half of it's roster turned back to SFT loyalists. Amp decided it was then time to call it quits again, as he and Michael Pettis hit the road for greener pastures. In October of 2013, after ten years away from SFT, Amp and Big T returned first cloaked and masked as The Ghosts of SFT. After losing a Shadow's Gift match to Ataxia, Amp and Big T unmasked at the end of the show, proclaiming themselves The Future. Now, Amp calls Boardwalk Wrestling home as he looks to once again get back in the race for a singles title. One thing remains... Amp is a Pettis, and they always get their way....

Anything else you think we’d need to know about a character in order to write them into the Battlemania event? Amp is a former World Champion who was loved by the world, who has turned into a bitter alcoholic. He is a womanizer, and not afraid to do what he has to do, to get what he wants, including facing jail time. A womanizer, who is recently married.. But his wife Allison is a nympho who will womanize as well, and loves to help Amp with his sadistic schemes. Amp's favorite weapon is his "Weapon of Cash Destruction" which is a tube sock filled with metal Bally's casino chips from Atlantic City. He has used this on multiple opponents, authority figures, family members, and of course... Hookers.

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