Post by "Kijin" Jason Cain on Jul 30, 2021 18:55:28 GMT -5
A PRIMAL ROAR, AN UNCONQUERED FURY
ABANDON ALL HOPE YE WHO ENTER HERE
Name: Jason Alexander Cain
Place of Birth: Galveston, TX
Billed From: Lake Charles, LA
Kijin (鬼神) - "Fierce Deity"
The King of Beasts / King Beast
Master of the Choke
Jason first made a name for himself billed under his full name in the world of mixed martial arts. Cutting his teeth in the Renzo Gracie Brazilian Jiu-jitsu Academy in Manhattan New York, Jason cultivated his fighting prowess from then onward by incorporating more styles like Krav Maga, American Kickboxing and Muay Thai into his arsenal. He was flagged as a potential next big thing in the mixed martial arts world circa twenty-eleven, and made his official professional debut just two years later in twenty-thirteen. Although remaining undefeated for the first two and a half years of his career and acquiring more than a few accolades as time went by, he apparently didn't have any plans of limiting himself to one combat sport. In his off time he began taking trips to Japan and Mexico to learn from wrestling greats, as well as contacting a few prestigious trainers on American soil. In mid twenty-twenty after gathering numerous minor accolades on the independent circuit his name made it onto the hottest free agent list, and taking a look at his record... is it any wonder that Action Wrestling made to sign him a contract as fast as possible?
Tale of the Tape
Cain is the stoic type, almost always fixated on his latest goal, which is more often than not his latest bout. There's a sly wit behind the dagger stare he often gives though, and his capacity of cunning and innovation should never be underestimated. Jason usually keeps an 'iceman' style cool demeanor, but also easily funnels his own anger (which can be very intense) and pain into greatly increased brutality against his opponent.
Picture Base: Tommy End / Aleister Black / Malakai Black
Alignment: Prizefighting Tweener
Dominant Styles: Technical Submission, Strong-Style, Lucha
Ring Gear: Black trunks, kick pads, elbow pads, wrist tape.
Entrance Theme: "Animals" by Architects (Orchestral for special occasions)
Written Entrance: TBD
Powerbomb Variations (Sitout, Gutwrench, Spinout, etc.)
Knee Variations (Running, Jumping, Springboard, etc.)
Kick Variations (Spinning, Savate, Superkick, etc.)
High Risk Maneuvers (Moonsault, Springing Enzugiri, Rope-Running Blockbuster)
Cutter Variations (Powerbomb, Elevated, Spinning, etc.)
Lariat Variations (Ripcord, Jumping, Wristlock)
Suplex Variations (Exploder, German, Hammerlock)
Blood Choke Variations (Rear Naked, Guillotine, Arm Triangle)
Other Submission Variations (LaBelle Lock, Kimura, Calf Slicer, Sharpshooter, Koji Clutch)
Various Piledrivers (Wheelbarrow, Spike, cross-Arm, etc.)
'Phantom Pain' – Jumping dropkick through the turnbuckle (a la Sami Zayn and others(
'Natural Selection' – Countering an opponent's irish whip with a wristlock pulled into a Bicycle Knee followed by a stunner.
'Living Lightning' – Running step-up Shining Wizard
'Predator Factory' – Tiger Suplex, rolled over into a Cobra Clutch Suplex, rolled over into a bridging snap dragon suplex.
'Cardiac Killer' – Heart Punch
'Rolling Death Cradle' – Modified Rolling Leghook Triangle Choke/Sleeper. The typical setup involves Jason dropping the opponent with a snap russian leg sweep. He then keeps his leg hooked with his opponent's and swiftly locks in the triangle choke sleeper, modified by their mutual position side by side on the ground (though Jason has one shoulder underneath the opponent). Jason doesn't simply lock in the hold and go to town though, instead periodically breaking the tense sessions of applying ludicrous torque and tension on the choke in order to push up and backward with his free leg, forcing himself and his opponent into back-rolls around the circumference of the ring. Jason is able to tuck his head, but his opponent is not due to the applied hold, forcing a repeated compression of the head and neck between sequences of blood choking. Victory is achieved typically by tap or TKO.
'Killer Instinct' – Snap Pumphandle-lift Tombstone Piledriver