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The Convict. This ain't Nailz.
If you're worried about the book, I'll stick a brick on top of it for a couple weeks when I'm done, the pages will be tight together again.
So this is The Convict from the Michinoku Pro Wrestling Fukumen World League, 1995. Although he shares a name with Uncle Elmer/Stan Frasier's masked gimmick from Japan, he's actually based specifically on a villain from the 1970s manga Tiger Mask. I'm not sure exactly who it was under the mask, but CAGEMATCH says it's a guy who went by the name "Super Boy" as well as "Leon Guerrero." He spent most of his career in Michinoku Pro, but was a Mexican-born and US-raised luchador.
A masked wrestler dressed in a prisoner's uniform. Though he looks like he stepped off of the pages of a comic book, he actually made himself known in Yukiguni as a wrestler whose matches revolve around his overabundance of power. Don't let his round figure fool you - he's secretly proficient in aerial fights as well.
Wrestler Make: Head: 106 (The Destroyer) Costume: Body Suit Pants: Body Suit Tights: Fire Kneepads: None Shoes 1: Type 2 Shoes 2: None Size: S Chest: LL Waist: LL Legs: L Colors: Hair: 11 Tights: 13 Shoes 1: n/a Skin: 26 Line: 74 Shoes 2: 12 Pants: 26 Pads: 36
Skill: Wrestler Type: Luchador Reversal Type: Luchador Recovery (Normal): Medium Recovery (Bleeding): Medium Movement Speed: Medium-Fast Ascent Speed: Medium-Fast Critical: Special Rope Stop: Off Ring-Out Count: 9 Touchwork: Normal Post Dive to the Outside: On Jump onto Post: On
Standing Y: Punch Standing B: Kick Standing A: Spinning Dropkick Running Y: Body Splash Running B: Flying Body Scissors Counter Y: Counter Kick Counter B: Cobra Claw Corner Running Y: Lariat Corner Running B: Saber Attack Corner Running Counter: Sunset Flip (Rolling Clutch Hold) Running Dive: Tope Suicida Apron Dive: La Quebrada Rope Rebound: Back Elbow Corner Post Y: Diving Headbutt Corner Post B: Moonsault Press [F] Corner Post A: Sledgehammer Corner Post X: Diving Hip Attack Test of Strength Finisher: Hammer Blow Grapple X: Irish Whip Grapple Y: Upper Punch Grapple Up+Down Y: Toe Kick Grapple Towards Y: High-Angle Body Slam Grapple Away Y: Gorilla Slam Grapple B: Headbutt Grapple Up B: Stepping Jigoku Tsuki Grapple Side B: Mongolian Chop Grapple Down B: Shoulder Buster Grapple A: High Angle Front Rollup Grapple Up A: Huracanrana Grapple Side A: Avalanche Press Grapple Down A: Face Buster Grapple Y+B: Backbreaker Slam Back Grapple Y: Sledgehammer Back Grapple B: High Angle Atomic Drop Back Grapple A: Shoulder Claw Back Up/Down A: Back Rolllup Back Side A: Low German Suplex Back Y+B: Backslide Back Reversal Y: Go Behind Back Reversal B: Back Press Face Up (Head) A: Head Drop Face Up (Legs) A: Stomping Face Down (Head) A: Torture Camel Clutch Face Down (Legs) A: Elbow Drop Face Up (Head) B: Two-Hand Press Face Up (Legs) B: Moonsault Fall Face Down (Head) B: Japanese Leg Roll Clutch Face Down (Legs) B: Leg Hook Pinfall Corner Grapple Up A: Top Rope Frankensteiner Corner Grapple Side A: Headbutt Corner Grapple Down A: Unused Special Y+B - Counter: Huracanrana Double Team Front: Headbutt Rush Double Team Back: Sledgehammer Performance (Before Match): WOW! WOW! Performance (During Match): WOW! WOW! Performance (After Match): Bowing
Preferred Match Card: Cornbeef vs. Panther Remake a battle you'd normally only see in comic books, in the wrestling ring! A dream match between two masked wrestlers. Caption: A showdown that shows you just how broad the horizons can be in the genre of pro wrestling. The Yukiguni Pro ring mat is a perfect match for this.
Pay Attention to These Moves: - His finishing move is a brilliant looking moonsault press. Though it's hard to imagine such a heavy-set wrestler using this technique, the sheer power of this move speaks for itself. - He also has a number of moves that take advantage of his bulky physique. Combining both speed and weight into one package, he's a powerful fighter, making him stand out amongst the lightweight competitors in Yukiguni. - He has a couple of somewhat heelish moves as well. He hasn't made many trips to Japan, but he seems to be a future big player on the scene. Here's hoping he puts on plenty of famous matches!
CPU LOGIC: Standing, Damage S: 40/40/20 Standing, Damage L: 70/20/10
Front Grapple, Damage S: Weak Grapples: 50 - 40/20/40 Medium Grapples: 17 - 45/25/23/7 Large Grapples: 8 - 35/20/40/5 Irish Whip: 25 Special: 0
Front Grapple, Damage M: Weak Grapples: 13 - 25/20/55 Medium Grapples: 42 - 10/35/30/25 Large Grapples: 15 - 25/20/35/20 Irish Whip: 20 Special: 10
Front Grapple, Damage L: Weak Grapples: 8 - 25/10/65 Medium Grapples: 22 - 5/20/25/50 Large Grapples: 38 - 12/20/30/38 Irish Whip: 20 Special: 12
Front Grapple, Opponent is bleeding: Weak Grapples: 17 - 30/10/60 Medium Grapples: 25 - 10/20/40/30 Large Grapples: 30 - 20/10/30/40 Irish Whip: 15 Special: 13
Face Up, Damage S: 20/3/30/44/3 Face Up, Damage L: 50/10/22/10/8 Face Up, Finish: 40/10/10/5/35
Face Down, Damage S: 20/3/44/30/3 Face Down, Damage L: 72/0/10/5/35 Face Down, Finish: 77/5/3/0/15
Finishing Method: From the Head: 50 From the Legs: 50
Opponent is Dazed: 60/37/3 Opponent is Dazed (Finish): 79/20/1