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Title: Mel Avilo
Post by: Samantha Star on May 18, 2019, 04:07:35 pm
Wrestler’s Real Name:
Melanie Christina Avilo


Pic Base Name & Link for Picture:
Ana Cherie
(https://ilarge.lisimg.com/image/17242844/1080full-ana-cheri-garcia.jpg)

Wrestler’s In-Ring Name (if different from real name):


Alignment (Face or Heel, no tweeners or neutral):
Heel

Height & Weight:
5’7, 150

Birthdate:
6 July 1991

Entrance Theme:
“Something New” - Rev Theory

Entrance Description
(Please include ring announcement from Kat as well, how you want them called out for their match):
“Something New” starts up over the speakers, and the jeers have almost drowned out the music before Brazilian Storm have even arrived (though in fairness, the beginning is pretty quiet). Yellow, green and blue spotlights dance around the arena, while the tron shows images of both halves of the team in action. Suddenly, the music stops and the tron cuts out...only for the sound of crashing thunder to echo loudly through the arena.

Love to hate,
Repeating my mistakes.
But there’s no one left to listen,
No one left to listen.
Take a chance, and fuck the consequence
When there’s no one left to listen,
No one left to listen.


As a curtain of dry ice smoke fills up the entrance stage, the two Brazilian wrestlers walk up to the top of the ramp together, with their manager Kyle Kilmeade right behind them. Once there, they look over the booing crowd with matching smirks on their face before they stop for a pose: Bianca goes to a knee and opens her arms wide in the Witch of the Winds pose, as Mel does her own pose, twirling on her feet and taking a soft dip of a bow, also with her arms open. After a couple of seconds in that pose, Bianca lunges forth and twirls herself, as Mel swings an arm, and the best friends indulge in a loud high-five. Then, side by side, they walk down the entrance ramp, with their manager following them with a lonely round of applause.

Right now! We’re taking control!
Tired of waiting
Tired of waiting for something new!
Right now! We’re taking control!
Tired of waiting
Tired of waiting for something new!


Kat: Introducing first/And her opponent…from Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, by way of Craigleith, accompanied by Bianca Salvador and Kyle Kilmeade...MEL AVILO!

Instead of going straight to the ring though, the girls walk up to a camera, getting right up to the lens with their mischievous smirks. As Bianca flexes her biceps for the gun show, kissing the bulging muscle, Mel’s smirk becomes a grin as she gives the camera, and the viewers at home, some choice words about their opponents. After that, the best friends roll into the ring and move to opposite turnbuckles, climbing onto the second rope and staring into the booing crowd, only to wave them off and regroup, going to their corner. Bianca sits on the top turnbuckle and Mel docks herself there, as they wait for their match to begin while they strategize, Kyle joining in their conversation.


Champion’s Entrance
(Include ring announcement from Kat, the match writer will edit in whatever title they are holding at the time).
“Something New” starts up over the speakers, and the jeers have almost drowned out the music before Brazilian Storm have even arrived (though in fairness, the beginning is pretty quiet). Yellow, green and blue spotlights dance around the arena, while the tron shows images of both halves of the team in action. Suddenly, the music stops and the tron cuts out...only for the sound of crashing thunder to echo loudly through the arena.

Love to hate,
Repeating my mistakes.
But there’s no one left to listen,
No one left to listen.
Take a chance, and fuck the consequence
When there’s no one left to listen,
No one left to listen.


As a curtain of dry ice smoke fills up the entrance stage, the two Brazilian wrestlers walk up to the top of the ramp together, with their manager Kyle Kilmeade right behind them and their championship belts across their shoulders. Once there, they look over the booing crowd with matching smirks on their face before they stop for a pose: Bianca goes to a knee and opens her arms wide in the Witch of the Winds pose, as Mel does her own pose, twirling on her feet and taking a soft dip of a bow, also with her arms open. After a couple of seconds in that pose, Bianca lunges forth and twirls herself, as Mel swings an arm, and the best friends indulge in a loud high-five, using the breastplates of their titles. Then, side by side, they walk down the entrance ramp, with their manager following them with a lonely round of applause.

Right now! We’re taking control!
Tired of waiting
Tired of waiting for something new!
Right now! We’re taking control!
Tired of waiting
Tired of waiting for something new!


Kat: Introducing first/And her opponent…from Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, by way of Craigleigh, she is the FFW [TITLE] CHAMPION...MEL AVILO!

Instead of going straight to the ring though, the girls walk up to a camera, getting right up to the lens with their mischievous smirks. As Bianca flexes her biceps for the gun show, making sure that it’s the arm holding the belt as she kisses the main plate, Mel’s smirk becomes a grin as she gives the camera, and the viewers at home, some choice words about their opponents while pointing to her own belt, reminding the fans who the champions are. After that, the best friends roll into the ring and move to opposite turnbuckles, climbing onto the second rope and staring into the booing crowd with their titles held high, only to wave them off and regroup, going to their corner. Bianca sits on the top turnbuckle and Mel docks herself there, as they handle the championship belts over to Kyle and wait for their match to begin while they strategize, the manager joining in their conversation.



If your character uses Twitter, list the username here:
@MelAvilo

Wrestler Type (Brawler, Technical, High Flyer, etc.):
Powerhouse with brawling tendancies

In-Ring Personality (Showboat, Focused, Antagonistic, Etc.):
Mel like to think she’s focused, being a member of the Franchise. But while this might be true to some degree, she does take a lot of enjoyment from being a general wind up merchant. Fans, opponents, their managers...you get the idea.

Friends, Rivals, Enemies in FFW (List each and why they are what they are)

Friends
Bianca Salvador: Bianca and Mel are best friends and tag partners in Brazilian Storm. Originally meeting through ex-mutual friend Leona Vega, they quickly became inseperable and are now members of the Franchise together.
Jo McFarlane: Jo and Mel have been friends since they were children...mostly. Since Jo started wrestling and Mel followed shortly after, they’ve had a couple of rather high-profile, public fallings out over a multitude of things. These days, they are quite close, but they’ll never be as close as they were, and are also stablemates in the Franchise.
Samantha Star: Owner of FFW, Mel considers Samantha a friend. She also leads the Franchise in any hijinks thats might be happening at that moment.
Mallory Bennett and Angelica Fantastica: Mel never had much of an opinion on Mallory outside of hating by association during Bianca’s never-ending story with them and Anna Giovanna. These days, it’s maybe not entirely friends but there’s certainly a level of respect for her and liking. Angelica she never had much of an opinion on until she made Mel take notice by joining the Franchise.
Kyle Kilmeade: Storm’s and Mel’s manager. Was the source of turmoil in Mel’s personal life for a while, but she never let it affect the relationship they had, because she can be a professional about it, unlike some people.
Jacob Stryfe: Jacob is Mel’s boyfriend, and has done quite a bit for her in the short(ish) time that they’ve been together.


Rivals
Leona Vega: Leona, Bianca and Mel were once close as can be. That changed when Bianca turned, and despite efforts to remain friends, Mel and Leona drifted apart. Mel blames Leona for it, and has said so publicly. She doesn’t dislike Leona enough to consider her an enemy, but isn’t too sweet on her either.


Enemies
Savannah and Seth Star: Mel blames Seth entirely for turning her former friend, Savannah, against her, Bianca and the Franchise. So far as Mel cares, the pair of them could die in a fire and she wouldn’t shed a tear.
Anyone who opposes the Franchise: Well, obviously.

Manager (And Pic Base) Include manager’s antics at ringside (cheating, motivating, etc.), if any:
Kyle Kilmeade (Chase Crawford): Kyle, as he does with most all of his clients, has absolutely nothing against ensuring that Mel gets whatever win she needs to, when she needs to. Bianca will also be in her corner for every match unless she has a good reason not to be, and much the same will be present.


Movesets (No less than 6 for each):
Strikes
Double Knee Armbreaker
Boot to the face
Atomic Drop
Bulldog
Headbutt
Hurricarana
Belly-to-back suplex
Neckbreaker
Savat Kick
Powerslam
Backbreaker


Holds
Mexican surfboard
Bearhug
Camel Clutch
Various chokeholds
Armbar
Bridging Chickenwing


Signatures Moves (Named Moves fans would recognize):
If the opponent is standing, to get them into her Beginning’s End, Mel will kick her opponents in the knees to bring them down to lock it in

Taunts To Signal A Finisher (Signify which taunt signals what finisher, if more than one):
For any finisher that is not Beginning’s End, Mel will probably perform something  along the lines of “tuning up the band”, though not necessarily stamping her feet in a corner.

Finishers (Include Move Name & Description):
*Beginning’s End Dragon Sleeper
**Mel-Bomb - Gutwrench Driver (NOT VALERIE’S FINISHER!) - Mel wraps her opponent’s arm around her back, lifts them up so that they do a backflip, and both land on their back.
***Flying the Flag -  Northern Lights Suplex


Wrestler’s Strengths:
*Tolerance - Mel’s pain tolerance is ridiculously high.

Wrestler’s Weaknesses:
*Speed - She’s not the fastest kid out there, and after her knee injury in 2013...

Wrestler’s Biography (Their history and what brings them to FFW.):
Mel was born in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil, the second and youngest (older brother, Jose, by two years). When her father was offered a higher position in the company he worked, for he, took it, not realising that it would be on the other side of the world, being the East Coast of Scotland. She moved there at the age of five.

It was there that she met her best friend of the longest time, FFW star Josephine McFarlane, her brother and sisters, and Andrew Marx. Outside of having to learn English on the fly, everything was pretty much normal, outside of the childish crush she’d had on Andrew for the longest time. Which apparently he had on her too!

Fast forward several years, and Mel enters Future Shock, as one of its season six rookies, making it to the finals of the competition. She had sworn to Andy that if she made it further than her best friend (week one), she would sign a contract to the main roster. She went on to win Season Five, beating Cara Stone. A month later, she was a member of the roster.

Her first run in FFW was mixed, being in title contention several times over the course of the year and a bit, including the tournament to crown the first Future Shock Champion, losing the match. Shortly after this, in training, she tore her ACL, putting her on the shelf indefinitely. In May 2014, she met up again with Adam Grant backstage at Relentless, agreeing to return finally to the roster, for Future Shock’s first mini-Pay Per View. Since then, it’s been a professional mixed bag, though erring on the poor side. While she’s looking to change that, she also found love in an old flame - one Adam Grant, Director of Future Shock.

Over the course of the last few years, Mel has done...well, it could be worse. She formed Brazilian Storm with Bianca Salvador after being out together for Global Wars, and went on with her to win the Unity Tag Titles twice. Singles wise it could always be better, but she won’t complain about it too much. In her personal life it was much the same. Kyle Kilmeade became her manager when Storm were formed, which did not sit well with Adam, and was the cause of their relationship to fall apart. Interestingly, he had cheated on her with his assistant less than a year prior, and she forgave him for that. It’s not a choice she regrets, but it didn’t help anything. Her various friends along the way have made her a stronger person, as has finding love with someone who wouldn’t treat her in such a manner, in Jacob Stryfe.

Past Achievements (tournaments or title wins in real feds or here in FFW. No made up feds, please):
Future Shock Season Five Winner
Future Shock Season of Champions Competitor (the first one)
FFW Unity Tag Team Champions (x2, w/Bianca Salvador)