Nickname: "The Financier"
First Name: Cecilworth
Last Name: Farthington
Date of Birth: 06/11/1986
Hometown: Buckinghamshire, England
Height: 6' 0"
Cecilworth Farthington was the money behind Phil Atken's Glue Factory. Phil got destroyed by the cowards Jiles and Bathory, like the slippery snakes they are, so Cecilworth is here now.
Theme Music: "Choke" by I Don't Know How But They Found Me
Setup Move WorthlessIt's a fisherman's buster, buster!
Finishing Move: The TarpRear naked choke
DDT, Gotch Style Piledriver, Repeated Slaps to the Face, Sleeper Hold, Octopus Stretch, Armbar, Spinning Toe Hold, Knee to the Face, Muffler Stretch, Malice in Wonderland (Elbow smash to the back of the head), Kitchen Sink Knee Strike, Crucifix Pin, Flying European Uppercut, Wrap around octopus stretch, Roll Up, Rolling Elbows, Tree of Woe Double Foot Stomp, Ring Post Figure Four, Corner Assisted Penalty Kick, General Stomps, Diving Elbow, Double Footstomp, Double Axe Handle, Second Rope Spinning European Uppercut, Second Rope Knee Drop, Slamming another human into the ring apron, Slamming another human into the barrier, Expose snap suplex, Exposed Gotch Style Piledriver, Apron Leaping Double Foot Stomp
The arena slowly begins to darken, as the opening moments of "Choke" by I Don't Know How But They Found Me begin to slowly reverberate. As the riff reaches it's peak, the whole crowd is awakened with bright lights shining down upon them as out from backstage steps Lord Cecilworth Farthington.
The camera quickly zooms into the self-assured smile that's cracked upon the face of The Fiancier as he swaggers down to the right, both arms inserted into the pockets of a plain black hoodie. The jovial face of Farthington doesn't entire match his purposeful march to the ring, his shoulders swaying to the tune of "Choke".
His hands never leave the pockets as he slowly rolls under the bottom rope and leaps up into the ring. He slowly raises his left arm up into the sky and gives the crowd a cheeky little wave as he takes his place resting against the ring corner.