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  1. Dean

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    <center>Introduction to Global Pro Wrestling</center>Trent Eden has done it again! From the ashes of wrestling giants such as Hybrid Championship Wrestling, Modern Day Warriors, Pro Wrestling Warriors, World Pro Wrestling, and Pro Wrestling Plus has arisen a new phoenix in sport of kings - Global Pro Wrestling! With a bigger bankroll and more financial support than ever before, Eden has revived the wrestling industry following a slew of successful events. Trent's ultimate goal of providing fans with the greatest professional wrestling the world can provide on a weekly basis will attempt to be realized once more. In addition to giving fans the incredible action on Octane, GPW will break the mold of conventional wrestling promotions by NOT running pay-per-view events. Instead, Global Pro Wrestling will periodically produce special three-hour events live on FXX in the place of Octane.

    Will GPW be too big to fail, or will the promotion be so large it's deemed unmanageable? Only time will tell, but for now Trent Eden and company are determined to restore the prominence and provenance that professional wrestling once enjoyed at any and all costs.

    <center>GPW Rules and Regulations</center>Global Pro Wrestling follows a traditional American rule set that includes but is not limited to the following:

    • 20 minute time limit for standard matches
    • 30 minute time limit for standard title matches and main events
    • 10 second count out
    • 5 second rope break
    • Disqualifications for repeated or egregious rule-breaking (cheating, usage of weapons, etc.)
    Given the worldwide status of the promotion, variants on the typical American rules are used in certain cases.

    <center>GPW Arena Setup</center>The arenas for Global Pro Wrestling will vary cosmetically based on special themes for events. Below are the typical specifications used for most broadcasts:

    <center>Entrance</center>A very large high-definition video screen is the prominent feature of the entrance area. It is displayed within a chrome globe-shaped frame atop a black-colored steel truss. Two panel video screens are angled on either side of the main screen, typically displaying graphics for the events or wrestlers. The stage is also made of black steel, elevated about six feet off the floor, and encompasses a large area with the front of the stage having a display for the wrestlers' names and/or logos. A long black steel ramp extends from the stage to about ten feet from the ring.

    <center>Arena</center>The arena flooring is covered with black wrestling mats that encompass the ringside area and have a large globe-like design that circles the entire ring. Black steel guardrails protect the crowd, and event banners or posters are generally attached to or draped over the barricades. The English and Spanish announcer's tables are positioned on the side of the ring opposite of the ramp. The table is black and bears the GPW globe and logo.

    <center>Ring</center>Global Pro Wrestling uses a traditional 20 foot by 20 foot four-sided ring. Its canvas is light gray, typically displaying the logo for the event that is occurring in the middle. The ring ropes are Global Pro Wrestling blue, and the turnbuckle pads are black with the GPW logo on them. The steel turnbuckle posts and steel ring stairs are also black. There is a thin black trim that borders the canvas along the apron edge. The aprons on the edge of the ring are black as well, with the sides facing the ramp and announcer’s table bearing the GPW logo and website, and the sides facing the hard camera and the other side of the crowd bearing the event graphic.

    <center>GPW Octane
    <img src=http://imageshack.us/a/img202/9466/xnr.png></center>

    Octane is Global Pro Wrestling's flagship program. It airs LIVE on Wednesdays at 9 PM on FXX.

    <center>GPW Special Events</center>Periodically (typically every 4-6 weeks), a GPW special event replace the regular Octane programming. Since Global Pro Wrestling does not run pay-per-view events, these are the largest shows in the company. As such, the programs begin at 8 PM on FXX on the Wednesdays they air, expanding to three hours from the regular two hour time slot.

    <center>GPW World Champions

    World Heavyweight Championship:
    [​IMG]</center>[table=90%][tr=thead]ChampionDate WonEventDefeatedDefensesDays Held[/tr][tr=alt1]Daniel ShineOctober 22, 2013Gauntlet For The Gold20-Man Battle Royal (Runner-Up: Double H)035+[/tr][/table]

    <center>Number One Contender:
    Andre "Malice" Porter

    GPW Management and Staff</center><center>Trent Eden GPW Founder and CEO</center><img alt="Trent Eden" src="http://img32.imageshack.us/img32/8594/h7q0.png" style="margin: 3px; float: left;" /><span style="color: #b22222; line-height: 16.5px"><b>From operating a Las Vegas strip club called The Garden of Eden and spearheading mixed martial arts promotions, to running professional wrestling events and founding several successful wrestling organizations, chances are if there's a dream of Trent Eden's that has not been accomplished, it's because it's illegal... although even that might not stop the CEO of Eden Enterprises from doing whatever he desires, no matter how his critics may feel. Spending time as a promoter of all things sports-entertainment has allowed Eden to pursue his wildest dreams, but his primary goal is to provide wrestling fans around the world with the most exciting action anywhere on the planet. Trent has once again pooled all of his resources and utilized his connections in order to create Global Pro Wrestling. The mastermind behind so many successful events, including Sin City Showdown, InterAction, Breakthrough, and more, Eden's business sense has yet to catch up to his creativity and aggression. Perhaps now is finally the time for Trent to create the longstanding wrestling company that he hopes will serve wrestling fans for generations. GPW's investors surely hope that's the case.</b></span>


    <center>Scott the Scoop GPW Play-by-Play Announcer</center><img alt="Scott the Scoop" src="http://imageshack.us/a/img713/1199/6nip.png" style="margin: 3px ; float: right;" /><span style="color: #FF0000; line-height: 16.5px"><div align=right><b>Nobody boasts the play-by-play credentials of Scott the Scoop. The former lead announcer for a plethora of wrestling promotions, including Modern Day Warriors, Pro Wrestling Warriors, World Pro Wrestling, Pro Wrestling Plus, and for several major one night only wrestling events such as Sin City Showdown I and II, InterAction, and Breakthrough as well, Scott is widely considered the greatest play-by-play man today. In addition to his announcing services, The Scoop also hosts special interview segments with the top superstars in the sport, oftentimes in a "shoot interview" style known as Shootin' With The Scoop, which will give rare glimpses at the inner workings of the wrestling industry and provide insight into the minds of the wrestlers. Whether Scott is behind the announcer's booth or conducting an interview, he is respected by his peers and has been a staple of professional wrestling for nearly a decade. Scott has traditionally been anchored with "Slick" Rick Avalio as perhaps the most recognizable broadcast team in wrestling today.</div></b></span>


    <center>"Slick" Rick Avalio GPW Color Commentator</center><img alt="'Slick' Rick Avalio" src="http://imageshack.us/a/img90/4251/mnta.png" style="margin: 3px ; float: left;" /><span style="color: #FF8C00; line-height: 16.5px"><div align=left><b>With a history in professional wrestling dating back more than a decade, Rick Avalio is a stereotypically brash and proud Italian who doesn't shy from sharing his opinions, even when they aren't popular or even requested. Avalio's beginnings in the professional wrestling business go back to shady dealings behind the scenes in smaller organizations before he suddenly began showing up as color commentator on events with his play-by-play partner, Scott the Scoop. Many have speculated that "Slick" Rick has ties to the mafia, but no solid links have been proven. Avalio has used his influence in the wrestling industry as both a commentator and a manager to bring in several superstars in the past. Rick also often plugs GPW's website, app, and various merchandise. His sharp wit and even sharper tongue make him a qualified yet vilified commentator. Despite his arrogance and disposition toward less moral wrestlers, he is still considered a fantastic analyst and brings a personality to the commentary booth that meshes well with the more straightforward approach of Scott the Scoop. </div></b></span>


    <center>Todd Duvet GPW Ring Announcer</center><img alt="Todd Duvet" src="http://imageshack.us/a/img7/6461/be26.png" style="margin: 3px ; float: right;" /><span style="color: #483d8b; line-height: 16.5px"><div align=right><b>Don't let this stout man's appearance fool you. Despite his short, rotund physique, which is often the joke of many a wrestler backstage, Todd has been blessed with a voice that booms louder than pyrotechnics and reverberates throughout arenas around the world. Having been a staple in virtually every major wrestling promotion due to his incredible introductions of professional wrestling's greatest superstars, Duvet has gained fame in the industry for bringing excitement to every bout on any card, from the main event to the opening match. Having the pleasure of introducing countless legends and world champions to the ring for climactic showdowns over the better part of the last decade, Duvet now brings his incomparable voice and vast statistical knowledge of wrestling's stars to GPW where he pump up the crowds for their favorite wrestlers and the biggest matches. </div></b></span>




    <center>Veronica Vasquez GPW Secretary/Interviewer</center><img alt="Veronica Vasquez" src="http://imageshack.us/a/img14/3979/gkg4.png" style="margin: 3px ; float: left;" /><span style="color: #FF1493; line-height: 16.5px"><div align=left><b>Starting her professional career as a stripper at Trent Eden's "Garden of Eden" night club in Las Vegas, Nevada, Veronica was always appreciated for her assets, which are quite ample. The alluring Latina was convinced to dance at several of Eden's early mixed martial arts and professional wrestling events, and after seeing how pleased the male members of his audiences were, Trent convinced her to switch from strip clubs to sports. The lovely Ms. Vasquez has stuck by her employer's side ever since. She can usually be found near the office of the GPW Founder, and Eden often calls her his sexretary. Veronica doubles as a backstage interviewer, though her style is rudimentary at best and laughable at worst. Wrestlers love to hit on her due to her stunning beauty and promiscuous nature, and she's been rumored to have had several one night stands and short-term relationships with many wrestlers throughout her brief tenure in the sport. Despite all this, Veronica brings some much appreciated sex appeal and eye candy to the GPW staff.</div></b></span>


    <center>Alex Kennedy GPW Lead Interviewer</center><img alt="Alex Kennedy" src="http://imageshack.us/a/img62/4104/cdzc.png" style="margin: 3px ; float: right;" /><span style="color: #2e8b57; line-height: 16.5px"><div align=right><b>Despite being in his early thirties, Alex Kennedy is among the most experienced of Global Pro Wrestling's staff members and has held a variety of positions during his relatively lengthy career in professional wrestling. With experience as a webmaster, color commentator, play-by-play analyst, and a pre-show panelist, Kennedy uses the knowledge he's gained over the years and his exuberant personality as the lead interview for GPW. Being somewhat small in stature at 5'6", Kennedy is oftentimes on the receiving end of teasing or even bullying by the larger superstars, but don't push this proud Irishman too far or his temper will flare. Kennedy generally sympathizes with fan favorites and roots for wrestlers who show some moral fiber and intestinal fortitude. He is known for standing his ground and defending underdogs. Kennedy was a "smart mark" before breaking into the business, so he has a strong following on the Internet. Alex has forged friendships with several of wrestling's top superstars and uses those connections to get exclusive interviews. He is also often the host of important segments, such as contract signings and special segments.</div></b></span>

    <center>Edward Jordan GPW Interviewer</center><img alt="Edward Jordan" src="http://img706.imageshack.us/img706/5041/h4y.png" style="margin: 3px ; float: left;" /><span style="color: #4169e1; line-height: 16.5px"><div align=left><b>With a college degree in broadcast journalism and experience both participating in and doing broadcasting for collegiate sports, Edward Jordan has parlayed his athletic success and sportscasting experience by landing his first major professional wrestling position. Jordan is a well-spoken man who brings a traditional team sports background and translates that knowledge and passion into professional wrestling. He will often use analogies that compare wrestlers' attributes to that of professionals from football, basketball, baseball, hockey, or other major sports. With his athletic background and assertive personality, Jordan isn't typically intimidated by any of the professional wrestlers, although he is always respectful of them putting their bodies on the line every night they step into the ring. He's also appreciative of their abilities and their athleticism, something he can relate to due to his past experience on the basketball court. Standing 6'4", Edward actually towers over some of the GPW superstars, but his humble nature and positive attitude offset his tall stature.</div></b></span>


    <center>Morgan Saunders GPW Interviewer</center><img alt="Morgan Saunders" src="http://imageshack.us/a/img822/1654/o9ra.png" style="margin: 3px ; float: right;" /><span style="color: #800080; line-height: 16.5px"><div align=right><b>Nicknamed the "Ice Queen" due to her cold demeanor, mostly by the numerous boys in the back who’ve tried (and failed) to pick her up, Morgan has experience as an interview in several wrestling promotions. In spite of being a woman in a "man's world", Morgan has never shown a lack of confidence in her career. She is curt and at times rude, but she feels it is necessary to shut down all advances immediately in the chauvinistic world of professional wrestling if she is to maintain any respectability and protect her reputation. Generally speaking, Morgan is an attractive woman, but her antagonistic personality usually trumps any physical appeal. Saunders can be at times more intrusive with her interviewing style, as part of her icy outlook on the job. She isn't afraid of asking difficult questions, ones that can make even her male colleagues cringe and make the wrestlers uncomfortable. Her invasive interviewing style is her attempt at out-scooping Scott the Scoop and neutralizing Alex Kennedy's many connections in the sport. For these reasons, Saunders is considered one of the all-around best interviewers today. </div></b></span>

    <center>Carl Tuckerson GPW Interviewer/Janitor</center><img alt="Carl Tuckerson" src="http://imageshack.us/a/img849/5633/2j9l.png" style="margin: 3px ; float: left;" /><span style="color: #800000; line-height: 16.5px"><div align=left><b>For better or for worse (mostly the latter), Carl Tuckerson has been a part of many wrestling promotions' interviewing staff since first appearing in Pro Wrestling Warriors in 2006. Wearing a signature red bowtie and a creepy smirk on his face, Tuckerson is known for being a push-over and is often antagonized by the wrestlers to the point of tears. Carl's claims to fame include giving himself the nickname "Hot Carl", his aforementioned affinity for outdated neckwear, getting bullied and beaten up by even the puniest of professional wrestlers, getting embarrassed when he tries to beat Scott the Scoop to a story, and being inferior to pretty much every interviewer ever. Despite his gross incompetence and lack of redeeming qualities, Eden hired Carl due to the small cult following he has amassed and because of his unquestionable love for the sport. Also he cleans the toilets. Carl is on a quest to redeem himself and gain a better reputation, as he wishes to shed his goofiness and clumsiness and become a qualified interviewer. Unfortunately for him, he's still Carl Tuckerson and still as lame as ever.</div></b></span>


    <center>Dr. Larry Ranaldo GPW Chief Physician</center><img alt="Dr. Larry Ranaldo" src="http://imageshack.us/a/img27/9426/s2ce.png" style="margin: 3px ; float: right;" /><span style="color: #000080; line-height: 16.5px"><div align=right><b>The doctor is in. Dr. Ranaldo has nearly fifteen years' experience in medicine and has worked closely with several prominent professional athletes during his career. When wrestlers are hurt in the ring, the first thing they do is head backstage and yell for Larry, who will tend to their injuries. Dr. Ranaldo is a man of integrity and can sometimes be seen backstage during Octane and other events, giving the wrestlers medical inspections or helping them deal with the bumps and bruises that accompany the high-impact GPW style. Larry oversees the medical staff in Global Pro Wrestling and will assist the emergency medical technicians at ringside if necessary in identifying wrestlers' injuries and guaranteeing their safety. If a wrestler is potentially unable to compete due to a risk of injury, they will have to pass Dr. Ranaldo's inspection. Rumor has it he also performed breast augmentation surgery for Veronica Vasquez, but these claims are unsubstantiated. </div></b></span>



    <center>Luther Jones GPW Head of Security</center><img alt="Luther Jones" src="http://img39.imageshack.us/img39/7577/ob3l.png" style="margin: 3px ; float: left;" /><span style="line-height: 16.5px"><div align=left><b>One of the most menacing men outside of the ring, Luther Jones has developed quite a reputation in the wrestling business. The big guy's experience with handling security dates back to his days as a bouncer for Las Vegas night clubs. It was there that he first met Trent Eden and spent some time serving on his staff at the Garden of Eden strip club. Jones' first foray into the sports-entertainment industry came during the nascent days of Pro Wrestling Warriors, where he gained a reputation for being the only man who could instill law and order in the arenas during events. He has since reunited with Trent Eden, serving as the head of his security team in World Pro Wrestling and again during several of his independent events. His intimidating presence, brute force, and skilled management of security staff are all utilized to keep disruptive wrestlers in check and maintain order amongst the GPW locker room. </div></b></span>


    <center>GPW Theme Music
    Please refrain from using real wrestler themes (including WWE or TNA wrestling themes). Thank you.</center>
    GPW Event Themes:
    GPW Octane: "We Are Stars" by Mindset Evolution
    GPW Octane (Ending Credits): "Octane" by Burnos
    GPW Gauntlet For The Gold: "First of the Last" by Fight or Flight

    GPW Management Entrance Themes:
    Trent Eden: "Metal Health (Bang Your Head)" by Quiet Riot

    GPW Wrestler Entrance Themes:
    Aaron Archknight: "Cinderella Man" by Eminem
    Adam Priest: "I Hope You Suffer" by AFI
    Alicia Archknight: "Upside of Vanity" by Aranda
    Andre Porter: "In The City" by Kevin Rudolf
    Brady Cruise: "Above The Law" by Bad Meets Evil
    Bruce Bishop: "Collapse" by Motograter
    Chris Chambers: “Dark Knight Rises Theme (Metal Cover)”
    Chris Linden: "The Baddest Man Alive" by The Black Keys
    Christopher Shoen: "Savior" by Bobaflex (with intro from "The Fall" by Negative Plane)
    Damon Black: "Stand Up" by P.O.S.
    Daniel Shine: "Undefeated" by Def Leppard
    Dave Cashman: "Berzerk" by Eminem
    House Midnight: "The Fall" by Negative Plane
    "Double H" Hunter Hendricks: "Just Like You Imagined" by Nine Inch Nails
    The JoZ: "Soul Decision" by Mercenary
    Kurt Cassidy: "Curl of the Burl" by Mastodon
    The Line: "Counting Bodies like Sheep to the Rhythm of the War Drums" by A Perfect Circle
    Miss Cassandra: "She's Lost Control" by Joy Division
    Nemesis: "For Whom The Bell Tolls" by Metallica
    Prince Angelos: "Kashmir" by Escala & Slash
    Ruben Johnson: "Welcome to Hell" by Bad Meets Evil
    Travis King: ''Young'' by Hollywood Undead
    Vanessa Linden: "Miss the Misery" by Foo Fighters
    Vincent Caballero: "JFC" by The Acacia Strain
    ZERO: "Nothing Remains" by Chimaira


    GPW Reserved Themes (Maximum of 3 per user):
    Cannibal3rd: ''Young'' by Hollywood Undead
    Dean: "Bad Man" by Bobaflex
    Dean: "Immortal" by Eve to Adam
    General Tso: "Livin' On A Prayer" by Bon Jovi
    General Tso: "We Fight for Love" by The Power Station
    Ice Cold: "Fight Music" by D-12
    Ice Cold: "Go To Sleep" by Eminem, DMX and Obie Trice
    Stelio Kontos: "California Love" by 2Pac
    Stelio Kontos: "Four Seasons-Spring" by Antonio Vivaldi
    The JoZ: "Fade Away" by Breaking Benjamin
    Tubby23: "Survival" by Eminem feat. Liz Rodrigues
    Turd Ferguson: "Gasoline" by Audioslave
    Turd Ferguson: "You Know You're Right" by Nirvana
    Zio The Abyss: "Opiate" by Tool

    <center>GPW Event Schedule
    Always subject to change
    [table=90%][tr=thead]DateEventLocationVenue[/tr][tr=alt1]10.30.13OctaneIndianapolis, INBankers Life Fieldhouse[/tr][tr=alt2]11.13.13OctanePittsburgh, PAConsol Energy Center[/tr][tr=alt1]11.20.13OctaneBoston, MATD Garden[/tr][tr=alt1]11.27.13InterActionWashington, D.C.Verizon Center[/tr][/table]</center></center>
     
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  2. J. Kneestrikes

    J. Kneestrikes I like cupcakes. Premium Member

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    Can we start reserving theme songs? If so, then I'd like to lay claim to:
    "God Is Dead?" by Black Sabbath
    "California Love" by 2Pac
    "Four Seasons-Spring" by Antonio Vivaldi
     
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    Chris Linden: "The Baddest Man Alive" by The Black Keys
    Vanessa Linden: "Miss the Misery" by Foo Fighters

    Reserved: "Gasoline" by Audioslave
     
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    Aaron Archknight - Cinderella Man by Eminem
    Alicia Archknight - Upside of Vanity by Aranda
     
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    General Tso Everybody's Favorite Racist!

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    Vincent Caballero: "JFC" by The Acacia Strain
     
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    Damon Black: "Stand Up" by P.O.S.
    Reserved: "Collapse" by Motograter
    Reserved: "For Whom The Bell Tolls" by Metallica
     
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    General Tso Everybody's Favorite Racist!

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    Miss Cassandra: "She's Lost Control" by Joy Division
    Reserved: "We Fight for Love" by The Power Station
    Reserved: "Livin' On A Prayer" by Bon Jovi
     
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    Imp. i condone illegal drugs

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    ziggo540 it's been a long time coming

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    Kurt Cassidy: "Curl of the Burl" by Mastodon
     
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    Reserved: "You Know You're Right" by Nirvana
     
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    X Never on schedule but always on time

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    Rohan Malhotra- "Untitled" Killer Mike
     
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    Dave Cashman: "Berzerk" - Eminem
     
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    Reserved: "Welcome to Hell" by Bad Meets Evil
     
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    That reserved of mine? Belongs to Ruben Johnson. Thank you kindly.
     
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    Cannibal3rd The Great Pretender...

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    Reserved: ''Young'' by Hollywood Undead
     
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    Double }{ Host of The FIX

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    "Double H" Hunter Hendricks: "Just Like You Imagined" by Nine Inch Nails
     
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    Bruce Bishop: "Collapse" by Motograter
    Nemesis: "For Whom The Bell Tolls" by Metallica

    You can take those two songs off of reserve. However, add these two to the reserves.

    "Go To Sleep" by Eminem, DMX and Obie Trice
    "Fight Music" by D-12
     
  19. Dean

    Dean Liberal-tarian Moderator Premium Member

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    [highlight]Updated.[/highlight]
     
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    Reserve: Survival by Eminem
     
  21. J. Kneestrikes

    J. Kneestrikes I like cupcakes. Premium Member

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    Totes replacing my reserval for God Is Dead with "nothing Remains" by Chimaira
     
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    The JoZ: "Soul Decision" by Mercenary.

    Also, would like to reserve "Fade Away" by Breaking Benjamin.
     
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    Operative #19 Kept ya waiting, huh? Premium Member

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    Prince Angelos: "Kashmir" by Escala & Slash
    The Line: "Counting Bodies like Sheep to the Rhythm of the War Drums" by A Perfect Circle
     
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    Cannibal3rd The Great Pretender...

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    Travis King: ''Young'' by Hollywood Undead
     
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    VINTAGE DEED IT AIN'T ME

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    Just realized I never added my music, gg.

    Andre Porter: "In The City" by Kevin Rudolf
     
  26. Dean

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    [highlight]Updated.[/highlight]

    Let me know if I missed anything.
     
  27. J. Kneestrikes

    J. Kneestrikes I like cupcakes. Premium Member

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    Oi, ZERO shall be using "Noting Remains" by Chimaira as his theme song, with:
    Zero Hour (Ki Crusher) is his primary finisher
    Final Hour (Psycho Driver) is his desperation finisher.
     
  28. Cannibal3rd

    Cannibal3rd The Great Pretender...

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    I'm gonna be ''that guy'' and do a change as I've found a better song for Travis. Young was just a filler.

    Travis King: ''You Gotta Want It'' by Papa Roach


    and can I reserve ''Your God'' by Stone Sour
     
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    Victor Scott: "Dark Was the Night, Cold Was the Ground" by Blind Willie Johnson
     
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    Brad Barnes: "Fall of the Peacemakers" by Molly Hatchet