Nickname: Lightning Boy
First Name: Harley
Last Name: Walker
Date of Birth: 01/23/1978
Hometown: Waco, Texas
Looks just like Don Johnson's "Marlboro Man" in "Harley Davidson and The Marlboro Man", just with a larger beard and slightly longer hair.
Harley Walker is a lifelong spontaneous adventurer and adrenaline junkie. For as long as he could remember, our boy has always been fixated on living life without a safety net. To him, the concept of death is merely just another part of the tale, and he wasn't concerned with when or how that would come. He understood that as just the nature of the game. From that ridiculous ambition, Harley eventually found his way in Hollywood as a cinematic stuntman. Basically, he was the one that preserved the lives of the million-dollar making A-listers of the silver screen. Whether it was skydiving from airplanes, being shot out of canons, running through re-enacted warzones with live ammunition being fired at all angles, Harley has done it all with nothing but passion and a liquored-up liver.
This didn't last, as technology paved the way to slowly preserve the lives of not only the A-Listers, but also other civilian lives like Harley Walker's. A major director, Markey Mack, was the brainchild of "artificial dynamics", a complicated concept which basically became the artificial intelligence that it is now - involving computers and robots in place of the human beings. For as wonderfully mortal as this may seem, there couldn't be worse news for Harley. Once that concept caught fire, everyone bought in - even clients that were originally close and loyal to ensuring Harley had work. Once they bought in, the calls - and interest - stopped.
Harley's longtime manager at the time, Myles Lang - who had been undercutting, as well as controlling, a very oblvious Harley for over twenty years - didn't like this either because it also meant that he was no longer able to take advantage of Harley's image. This meant no more income for Myles, which also meant no more absurdly lavish lifestyle. So, in hopes of keeping Harley's brain occupied and ensuring that money would still come in, Myles convinced a VERY oblivious and VERY down-on-his-luck Harley to sign a contract that would brand himself as his own attraction, where he would host large events in front of a reasonably sized crowd every night. Fast forward several years and we find that Harley has been contractually confined as a circus act now - performing the same simple stunt under a cheap tent at a fairground in the middle of nowhere USA. He's "accommodated" by the fairgrounds, which also means that he is barely seeing any money from the mediocre work that he has now. Meanwhile, Myles has figured out a brand new way to undercut and take advantage of his prized possession - even throwing another label on him to appease to the endless hoard of obnoxious children that would come to watch him - Lightning Boy.
This only last so long until eventually, Harley snapped.
Harley would spontaneously take his leave from that fairground, saddle on his motorcycle (Prudence), and ride out into the sunset with a brand new plan in mind. He would abandon the contractual commitments laid forward by his FORMER, scumbag agent, in order to get to move towards the next page of his wild, and uncertain, life. Harley knew one thing though - he wanted to be in control of his destiny for the first time in his life. He also understood that in order to do that, he would have to fight.
Theme Music: "Daredevil" by Dale Hawkins
Setup Move Cannonball Run(A running bulldog from the corner of the ring.)
Finishing Move: The Guiness Record Breaker(Diving Moonsault; smilar to Bam Bam Bigelow's version.)
Trademark Moves *
Cannonball Run (A running bulldog from the corner of the ring.)
The Keaton Kick (Flying enziguri to the back of the head.)
Airbag Not Included (Running spear while opponent is cornered.)
Two Hundred Yard Leap (Full body splash from top rope - traditionally will land sideways onto a dazed, standing opponent.)
Single Leg Takedown
Belly 2 Belly Slam
Leg-trap Camel Clutch
Gorilla Press Drop
The lights dim down as the the opening guitar to "Daredevil" by Dale Hawkins begins. PRIMEView presents us with a black and white video of a cannon, sit at the edge of mountain. Above the cannon is a countdown. Three, two, one - BOOM! The cannon makes a loud pop and a poof of smoke flies across the cannon, slowly turning into the words "Lightning Boy". Cue in Harley Walker himself, as he slowly rides Prudence, his beloved stuntcycle, to the edge of the stage. He parks for a second to take in the crowd and a couple more puffs of his cigarette. After tossing the cigarette to the side, he gets off the motorcycle, taps the seat three times, and then leaves her to make his way down the rest of the ramp, and into the ring.
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