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Trashcan Tim

Trashcan Tim

League Member
Jun 10, 2020
Hi, folks. Thanks for the consideration. I have not been involved in e-wrestling since around 2003. I happened to stumble across The E-Fed Podcast when being a nerd for other wrestling content and felt like this could be a good fit for me. I am supremely out of practice, but I really love what I've seen from DEFIANCE and would like to try and play the game again, especially in an angled fed like this. After reading through the "This is Defiance Wrestling" doc, I know that gimmick heavy characters aren't necessarily a great fit. I feel like this character walks that line, albeit narrowly. I hope you agree.

Handler Information
Name: Josh
Email Address: trashcantim@protonmail.com
Best Way to Contact You: Forum
eWrestling Experience: None since early 2000's
How did you find DEFIANCE? The E-Fed Podcast
Are you willing to write matches? Yes

Writing Sample **I have not written anything for e-wrestling in years, so this is a very foreign exercise for me. I?d ask you to look at this application as a character suggestion with the hope that I will get back in the groove of writing with some experience back in the game. I looked through some stuff from UNCUT for formatting/general style.

A black and white Toyota Camry with UNITED CAB stamped on the side pulls into view, coming to a stop in front of the famous Wrestle-Plex. Inside the cab, Trashcan Tim is finishing a long and winding story about he has finally realized his dream of becoming a real professional "rassler". He has been regaling his trials and tribulations, rising from a poor boy in Merigold, Mississippi to being the newest employee of DEFIANCE. With a hearty clap on the shoulder and firm handshake, he thanks the driver profusely and proceeds to exit the car, which proves a comical sight.

The six-foot-four-inch tall Tim, all 3 bills plus of him, struggles to stand. He lets out a loud groan and, hands on his hips, stretches forward and backward several times. He clearly hasn't shaved in days and his mullet, glorious though it may be, is anachronistic to say the very lest. He turns and reaches back into the car, his buttcrack briefly exposed at the top of his jeans, his faded Ole Miss t-shirt struggling to contain his girth. He reappears with a comically overstuffed garbage bag, a tattered pair of wrestling boots overflowing from the top. He clenches the bag semi-closed with a massive fist and lurches it over his shoulder, the plastic flexing to accommodate. He closes the door and gives a couple hard slaps to the roof of the car before giving the driver a gregarious thumbs up. The cab pulls away and Trashcan Tim takes a moment to look at the building - his new home - in front of him. Speaking through an unimaginably large dip of chewing tobacco tucked in his lower lip, he can?t contain his happiness.

Trashcan Tim:
Ain't she a beaut!

He's speaking to no one in particular, though the site of this massive man with a garbage bag slung over his shoulder causes even the oddity-hardened local New Orleans residents to double take. His happiness is obvious. Tim has never wanted to be anything other than a professional wrestler, like the ones he idolized on TV as a kid. While many young wrestlers are disenchanted with the humble beginnings of pro wrestling, Tim has never lost his spark or enthusiasm for it. His first match had been in a used car lot in front of less than ten spectators but, to Tim, it was the greatest experience of his life. He was a wrestler, dagnammit! As he soaks in his new opportunity, a DEFIANCE official begins walking toward him. He wears a nice suit, his hair in a perfect quiff, and Tim immediately panics. This isn't wrestling in the used car lots, this is the big time! The official waves.

DEFIANCE Official:
Mr. Shaw! Thank you for coming, my name is -

Tim's eyes widen to saucers as he realizes he has a fist of chewing tobacco in his mouth. Desperate to make a good first impression, he turns quickly away. He almost spits on the ground, but second guesses. You can't spit tobacco on the sidewalk here! In a last ditch attempt to salvage the situation, he spits into his right hand and hurriedly stuffs the wad into the front pocket of his jeans. He quickly wipes his hand on his leg and turns to meet the official. With a giant and genuine grin that prominently displays his missing front teeth, he extends his now mildly wet mitt of a hand.

Trashcan Tim:
Call me Trashcan! Pleased ta meet ya!

Wrestler(s) Information Please take note of a couple things. It is highly likely that a few roster members will critique your moveset. Please don't be offended. We take that seriously here - we don't want a moveset full of finishers and a finisher so ludicrously over-elaborate that it couldn't be done in real life. This goes double if you're applying as a female wrestler. We also check to make sure your finisher(s) and theme song aren't currently being used. It's first come first serve when it comes to those. If you want to get ahead of the game on the finisher and theme song front, take a look at our roster page:http://defiancewrestling.com/roster And if you're one of those handlers who hates doing movesets, just say so and we'll help you.

Ring Name: Trashcan Tim
Height: 6'4"
Weight: 305 pounds
Hailing From: Merigold, Mississippi
Alignment: Face

Gimmick: Tim can best be thought of in the spirit of The Godwinns of years past: simple-minded but ultimately good hearted and principled. He's a big lovable goof that is truly ecstatic and grateful to be in the rasslin' business. His enthusiasm and genuine love of wrestling is absolutely contagious. He'll always fight for what he thinks is right and will protect his friends above all else. When push comes to shove, he can scrap. That said, he is susceptible to treachery and being manipulated by more wily foes. He is extremely gullible and always assumes the best in people.

Wrestling Style: Brawler with some powerhouse

Three Weaknesses: 1) Lack of agility ; 2) Cardio; 3) Naive
Three Strengths: 1) Physical toughness; 2) Heart; 3) Power

Ten regular moveset moves:
1) Sidewalk Slam
2) Kitchen Sink
3) Back Body Drop
4) Scoop Slam
5) Belly-to-Back Suplex
6) Knee Lift
7) Standing Elbow Drop
8) Corner Avalanche
9) Snake Eyes
10) Short-Arm Clothesline

2-5 trademark moves:
1) Full Nelson Bomb
2) Jumping Shoulder Tackle
3) One-Armed Spinebuster

1 Finishing Move: Trash Compactor (A sheer drop death valley driver)
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Crimson Lord ALWAYS Wins
Jul 12, 2017
Chicago, Illinios
first of all coming from a guy that is a big believer in actual gimmicks and all you have to do is look at my characters here in DEFIANCE to know im a relative gimmick heavy guy as you would put. So don't let that deter your characters growth. For someone getting back in hey we all get the itch again. Its a yes for me, I see alot of the Dibbins in your character


Active member
Staff member
Feb 4, 2005
Yeah, definitely a solid app, character, and gimmick. Yes from me.


Jan 17, 2013
Really good writing sample. I like the idea of your character. Hearing the name Trashcan Tim reminds me of Garbagebag Johnny and seeing your name is Josh, you wouldn’t happen to be one in the very same? Either way, it's a yes from me.

Trashcan Tim

League Member
Jun 10, 2020
Thanks very much for the responses, all.

Really good writing sample. I like the idea of your character. Hearing the name Trashcan Tim reminds me of Garbagebag Johnny and seeing your name is Josh, you wouldn’t happen to be one in the very same? Either way, it's a yes from me.

Not me! Just a coincidence I guess.


Grandma Took Me Home
Jan 31, 2004
Hey, Josh. You got your four votes, so you in! I'll have to get you set up backstage, next step is join the discord. https://discord.gg/rM8Nhd I'll with you on there for usernames/pass etc and we'll get you started!

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