Robin bounces herself against the ropes and is seen holding the ropes next jumping a bit. She slides out of the ring and checks under the ring apron.
Robin: I've been in rings since I was 8 years old, starting out in dangerous crappy rings designed by midwestern youth. For over 20 years I have made my mark in many different rings, boxing rings with canvas with no give, six sides, big and small. Also spending 17 years now in roller derby tracks, there's a lot of similar moves that can translate to the pro wrestling business much like any other contact sport. Shoulder tackles, lariats, elbow and forearm smashes, hip attacks( Robin bounces off the ropes with an irish whip and mimes these moves) my style is a throttling s, very smash mouth. I pride myself in being a dynamic dynamo mastering as many styles of our craft as I can not just brawling and cruiserweight stuff, I've been able to travel the globe, taking inspiration from styles of European, Mexican, Japanese.
Robin: I take on all there is. Anyone. Race, religion, gender, sexuality those are important in there own ways but not in sports or entertainment are they attributes or skills. I am here not just to be a world champion as a " diva" but also hold gold in the male division. She finishes with her catch phrase
I am that damn freakin' AWESOME.
Her entrance theme by the Dollyrots plays as the vignette ends:
Her entrance theme by the Dollyrots plays as the vignette ends as she moshes to it
Last Edit: Jan 19, 2018 11:23:21 GMT -5 by Deleted