Nickname: Don the Revelator | The Angel Among Us
First Name: Don
Last Name: Winters
Date of Birth: 05/12/1983
Hometown: Detroit, Michigan
A true believer offering absolution to those who deserve the grace of His light.
Theme Music: “Movin’ On Up” by Primal Scream
Setup Move The GospelRunning high knee strike
Finishing Move: Absolution || SanctifiedAbsolution: Crucifix Powerbomb || Sanctified: Kawada Crab
Don Winters is a classic King's Road style wrestler, mostly in the vein of Kenta Kobashi or Jumbo Tsuruta. He hits hard, has tremendous fighting spirit and can never be counted out. A prudent technician when he needs to be and a bruising powerhouse at others, he is capable of adapting to his opponent's style. In his youth he was a tremendous cruiserweight wrestler, and developed over the years into the very strong wrestler he's become.
Rest Holds: Abdominal stretch (also grabs the leg, see Scott Hall), headlock variations (side, standing, takeover), sleeper hold (standing, sitting), stretch muffler
Strikes: Dropkick variations (to knee, sliding, standing, running, missile (rare)), knife edge chops, lariat variations, leg drop variations (running, standing, second rope, or to bent over opponent), Savate kick, rolling sole butt, spinning heel kick, wrist-controlled knee lifts
Drops/Slams/Suplexes: backdrop suplex, bulldog (diving, running, standing), double underhook DDT, fisherman's suplex, German suplex (release, bridging, high angle), stalling vertical suplex, snap suplex, Russian leg sweep,, snapmare variants (into a dropkick, lariat or leg drop)
Trademarks: Scoop slam into a moonsault (from the top), rolling knife edge chop, sleeper suplex, capture suplex, waterwheel suplex, sheer drop brainbuster, fisherman's neckbreaker, test of strength
The first upbeat notes of 'Movin' On Up' sound through the arena and The Revelator steps out, hands clasped in prayer and head bowed. From there he begins a slow, measured pace to the ring, taking in the crowd as he goes. He approaches the ring steps, slaps the top step once with his right hand, before pointing to the rafters. He vaults over the top rope into the ring, poses in prayer again before throwing his arms out into a crucifix pose.
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