Champions
World Heavyweight Title: The Phoenix
Intercontinental Title: Johnny Maverick
Champions

The Phoenix

Handler: rob
Height: 6'
Weight: 230
Classification: Heel
Classification: Cruiserweight
Hometown: St Louis, MO
Entrance Music: Oh Death
Entrance Description: The arena lights shut off and several seconds of silence pass. Then, in the darkness an old man's voice begins to sing...

Oh Death
Oh Death
Won't you spare me over 'til another year?

Pyro explodes around the entrance ramp and stage area. As the flash from the lights fade, we see a figure standing there in a long black robe, his face hidden behind the large hood. In his hand is a baseball bat wrapped in barbed wire. As the fires continue to burn along the ramp, the figure advances to the ring. As he passes each fire, it extinguishes. Finally, he reaches the ring steps and climbs in before pulling back the hood, revealing the Phoenix, wearing a new black and white mask instead of his normal black and red.
Moves: The Flame (cradle piledriver) & the Ashes (flying elbow drop)
Quote: something something "rise from the ashes!"
History: PWA World Title, TWSN World Title, PWA Hardcore Title, PWA Tag Team Titles
Other Info: President Robinson started out as VP of the PWA working with John Oglsby to start the promotion. After about two weeks, Oglsby left, leaving Robinson in charge. Robinson built the PWA into a hugely successful promotion that introduced many of the biggest stars in the business. However, all was not well in the PWA. Factions formed around Robinson, the Moran Clan, the Sommers Brothers, and Dalton Campbell (at various times). The stress and paranoia began to take its toll, forcing Robinson to take multiple leaves of absence from the PWA. During one of these, ownership of the PWA passed from Agean Dreams Corp. to a conglomerate consisting of Robinson and the Morans. It was during this time (and several late night Tecmo Football games with Panzadise) that Robinson turned to Yoohoo for solace. Delicious, chocolatey solace. At first, Robinson was able to hide his addiction. This was when the Phoenix first appeared. Never seen at the same time as Robinson (for obvious reasons), the Phoenix was another side of his personality that allowed him to combat his enemies in the ring, rather than through politics. Being in the business for so long, Robinson had learned a lot and had much success as the Phoenix. For a time, he was one of the foremost technical wrestlers in the PWA. However, neither personality seemed to be aware that they were actually the same person. Even today, they speak of each other in the third person, with the Phoenix acting as Robinson's enforcer. Robinson has tried to clean up from the Yoohoo several times, but fell off the wagon in short order. This time, he's still on the juice (the sweet, chocolate juice), but the fine folks at the PWA have seen fit to give him another contract. It should also be noted that while Robinson is apparently inebriated and barely functional under the influence of Yoohoo, the Phoenix suffers no such side effects.

He's got two perfectly fine entrance themes, the Final Countdown and Welcome Home by Coheed and Cambria, but due to his current sponsorship by Guinness and the Irish Tourism Council he's forced to use "Thing of Beauty" by the Hothouse Flowers.