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« on: August 24, 2017, 04:34:22 pm »

Name
Tara Cortez


Recent Picture
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Hometown
Fort Worth, Texas


Age
19


Twitter Account
@FS_TaraCortez


Where do you feel your strengths are in the ring?
I'm a nimble Junior Heavyweight who focus on technical striking, but with a touch of Mexican lucha libre just to shake things up. As a devout student of the art of wrestling, I'm always trying to improve my knowledge and use the ring and its surroundings to the max of their potential!... All inside the rules, of course


Where have you trained or competed before coming to Future Shock?
I was bred in the Future Shock Development Center in Los Angeles, California. Future Shock is my ultimate graduation test!


Favored Moves/Holds
Legscissors throw
Monkey flip
Kitchen sink
Leg lariat
Single knee facebreaker
Wheelbarrow victory roll
Crescent kick
Enzuigiri
Release flapjack
Calf lock
Knee bar
Short-arm clothesline


Your Finishing Move & What You Call It
C-Bomb - With my opponent laid out, parallel to the ropes, I'll hop to the top rope -- I can either do it from the apron or facing away from my opponent, but my favorite way to do it is with a running start, leaping over my opponent -- and land on it as if I was sitting on it. The top rope will spring me upwards, and that's when I twist in mid-air and crash on top of my opponent with a pretty nifty body press! (Slingshot Corkscrew Arabian Press)


What do you bring to Future Shock that makes you special from the other talent?
I was made in the Future Shock Center, and as such I learned from the best. Not to mention I'm an endless supply of energy, because I've learned a way of conserving my energy for longer than the average wrestler, which means I can go for a looooong time!


Why start in developmental instead of a promotion?
Because graduating from the Development Center, it's the obvious thing to do. Being allowed to wrestle in Future Shock means I'm ready to start my career and make it a beautiful, bright future for myself!
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