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"Simply Sensational" Sean Edmunds


Jan 1, 2000
San Francisco, CA

Name: Sean Edmunds
Email Address: secandido@gmail.com
AIM: secandido
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Ring Name: Sean Edmunds
Nicknames: "Simply Sensational"
Real Name: Jean-Michel LaRoque

Height: 6'0"
Weight: 228
Handedness: Right
Looks: Short bleached blonde hair. Tanned body. Blue eyes. Keeps self well kept.

Born: May 8, 1974 in Quebec City, Quebec, Canada
Billed From: Boston, Massachusetts

Orientation: Heel
Gimmick: Edmunds has decided to forego playing the "fan favorite" heel. He doesn't want to straddle the line where fans cheer him because he realizes that they don't care about you when you're out of the game.

Edmunds is cocky. He's brazen. He'll walk up to you and call you a punk to your face and then follow it up by spitting on your shoes. Then when you go to punch the ****ing daylights out of him, he'll run and hide behind someone a hell of a lot bigger than you!

Ring Attire: Wears light and dark purple mid-length wrestling trunks. On the way to the ring he wears a white robe which says “Simply Sensational” on the back with sequins.

Theme Music: "Brain Stew" by Green Day

Ring Entrance:

The first few guitar riffs of "Brain Stew" by Green Day blare over the PA system. The lights dim and fireworks over the entrance to the rampway shoot down creating a "wall." Through the curtain steps "Simply Sensational" Sean Edmunds. He steps through the wall of white and begins to make his way to the ring. He jaws with a few fans and walks up the ring steps before stepping into the ring. Edmunds climbs one of the corners and throws his hands in the air as the fans jeer him. He hops off, goes to the next and does the same before taking off his robe and cracking his knuckles to get ready for the match.

Tactics/Style: He's an old school technician with a little bit of aerial work thrown in.

Strengths: He knows what he's doing. As a long-time veteran, wrestling since he was 17, he has plenty of experience. He also is ring intelligent. He plays dirty, but he's smart about doing it.

Weaknesses: Edmunds is getting older. At 35 he isn't able to throw out some of the more high flying moves of today's superstars. He's cocky, and sometimes this means he'll be mocking the fans instead of pinning an opponent which will cause him to lose opportunities to win the match earlier than normal.


Reverse Crescent Kick
Swinging Neckbreaker
Standing dropkick
Sunset flip
Reverse Cross Body block from 2nd rope
Moonsault (High Arching)

5 Signature Move(s):
Asai moonsault
Double Underhook Superplex
Tilt-a-whirl Tombstone
Elbow drop from the Top rope (precursor to setup move)

Setup Move:
- With Referee Looking: Inverted Atomic Drop
- Referee Distracted: Edmunds drops to his knees and low blows the opponent
Finishing Move:

1.) Northern Lights Suplex (w/ bridging pin)
Finisher Name:

2.) Coming soon.
Finisher Name: Coming soon.


Edmunds broke out into the scene in the WCWF in January 1992. He wrestled there under the monicker 'the ROCKET' until late 1993. No one in the wrestling world knew what happened to the 19 year old, but eventually it was leaked that he was arrested for possession of an illegal substance. What the substance was was never released. Edmunds came back in the mid-90s in the WCWF under the monicker 'Skip' Edmunds and he teamed with Chris Candido, then known as 'Skip' Candido, to be led by Missy Hyatt and known as the BodyDonnas. The BodyDonnas lasted about 2 months before Edmunds once more disappeared from the Wrestling World.. this time he was hospitalized for unknown circumstances. When Edmunds came back in November 1994 he had a brief feud with Candido before leaving for Japan. After a highly unsuccessful tour of Japan he came back in 1995 and started to wrestle full time for the World Wrestling League, a new league opened up under Joe Keeney and Joseph Kull. Edmunds would make the WWL his primary home while participating in such successful promotions as the WWWA, Boston Action n' Destruction, NFWA, and ACW. Edmunds underwent many gimmick changes in this time. He was known as 'the FRANCHISE', 'SuperSTAR', 'Simply Sensational' and 'Triple S'.. He even went under the monicker "Multiple Personality Disorder" Sean Edmunds to show his good humor about the revolving door of gimmicks. Edmunds joined the NWC in early 1996 and eventually won the 1996 NWC Commissioner's Cup. Edmunds would disappear from the wrestling world for almost a year afterwards, spending a year in jail after being convicted a second time with illegal substances.

In 1997 he would start anew. He won the WWL (now known as the WWX) Northcoast Extreme title, just to lose it shortly afterwards. He made it to the 1997 NWC Commissioner's Cup final where he lost to Rocky Ford Meloneer. In late 1997, after 5 years in the sport he finally won his first World title when he defeated then WWL World Champion Keith Simpson. After a pro-longed feud with multiple time WWL World Champion Shane Douglas and his valet Francine... and after a run with 'Rage of Fire' Jared Wells as WWL Tag Team champions under the monicker D-xXx, the WWL went on hiatus in early 1998 after Edmunds won the World title. Edmunds then focused his attention on Wrestling Action n' Revolution in Japan, IWC and FWF in the States. After leaving WAR due to inactivity, Edmunds decided to focus mainly on the IWC, where he became the IWC World Champion by beating Ricky Zane. He lost the title to Shane Southern and then lost to Winston Steele in a hard fought match on IWC PPV 2.0. Edmunds and Jared Wells tried to reform and take the world by storm in the FWF, but Edmunds would wrestle his last match in the FWF on September 25th, 1999. Edmunds then re-joined the WWL when it re-opened its doors after the hiatus. When Joe Keeney announced that there would be a Tournament to decide the WWL World Champion, Sean Edmunds immediately protested saying that he never lost the World Title and therefore should still be champion. After Keeney declined this option, Edmunds took up the monicker 'the Original' to tell the world that he is the ORIGINAL WWL World Champion and any other would be unrecognized. After losing in the second round to Mickey Mouse, the world thought Edmunds' hopes were washed. However, in the finals of the tournament, 'Rage of Fire' Jared Wells defeated Hellion for the vacant title. A seemingly heated Sean Edmunds stormed down to ringside and demanded a title shot.. assured by Wells that he agreed then WWL President Keeney allowed the impromptu match. Edmunds and Wells were in cahoots, however, and Edmunds pushed Wells down with one finger and regained his prized WWL World Title. After Wells left the WWL after another short hiatus where new WWL President Andrew Medina took over from behind the scenes, Edmunds would lose the title.. he would win it back however and then hold on to it for the longest reign of any recent WWL World Champion when he held on to it for nine months from Jan 2001 to October 2001. Edmunds then decided that after he gave the WWL World title legitimacy that he would do the same for the newly reinstated Tag Team titles. Lo and behold he and partner Mindriot won the Tag Team titles and have defended them diligently.

As far as random facts go, Edmunds officially broke up with long time on again/off again fiancee Miss Karla in early 2002 after 6 years.. Edmunds was the last WWL World Tag Team champion along with partner Mindriot. He was the President of the World Wrestling League for 2 months and then decided that his long run in the World Wrestling League, starting with its inception, had to come to a close and he parted ways with the organization in August 2002. Edmunds didn’t wrestle professionally from August 2002-January 2004.

Edmunds broke back into the wrestling world in 2004 with World’s Finest Wrestling. WFW had exclusivity rights to Edmunds and he spent two years wrestling for the organization. He won the WFW World Heavyweight championship by defeating Scotty Michaels five falls to four in an Iron Man match. However, Edmunds maintained the title for one show dropping it to the supposedly retiring Alex Wylde so that Wylde could have a World Heavyweight championship under his belt before retiring. Edmunds then sunk into the mid-card of WFW and wrestled under two characters, Edmunds and Rainbow Cat. The Rainbow Cat idea was to set up Michael Manson’s new supergroup, which also marked the return of Alex Wylde, but the organization faced financial difficulties and eventually shows ground to a halt. Edmunds wrestled his last show at the WFW Superbowl of Wrestling III in a Four Way North American championship match that saw Dan Ryan pin him. Edmunds, jaded by the way he had been used in the organization, retreated to his summer home in Boston to maintain the family business.

Edmunds was relatively unheard from during these years except for a one-time appearance at a TEAM sponsored event. While it was rumored he had fallen off the wagon again, the truth was that Edmunds was too busy working out family issues and keeping the family’s business financially successful. Edmunds was contacted in late-April 2009 by some former friends to join Empire Pro Wrestling. He took some time to think it over, and in the end decided that it was now or never to get back into the game.

(i promise i'll fill this in more at a later date, just wanted to get this in for brunk ;) )
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