First Name: Mortimer
Last Name: Kjedelig
Date of Birth: 04/01/1980
Hometown: Horace, North Dakota
Until about a year ago, by all rights, Mortimer Kjedelig did not exist. He is very protective of his identity as he wears a mask in and out of the ring. What is known is that he trained for six months with “The Bruisin’ Butcher” Barry Lanske where he was able to master the art of the headlock, the snap suplex, and atomic drop for a small fee of $500.18. He has had, to date, two indie matches - one, a squash victory against Marty “Pee Wee” Poppers and the other, a squash loss against Bigfoot Banner.
He lives in a double wide trailer in Horace, North Dakota and succumbs to his secret shame, the only thing that helps him forget his past: romantic comedies. He would rather play games of chance and indulge in a night of drinking than fix his leaky roof. And sometimes, he will be seen conversing in hushed tones with an unidentified gentleman.
Theme Music: “The Immigrant Song” by Karen O with Trent Reznor
Finishing Move: The Bust OutArm-trap neckbreaker
Punches and Uppercuts
Kicks and Stomps
Diving Elbow Drop-Top Rope
Front Facelock while clubbing his opponent in the back with his forearm
The opening riffs of “The Immigrant Song” by Karen O with Trent Reznor begins and the masked man emerges from the curtain as the lights dim and the spotlights shine on the ramp. Mortimer Kjedelig begins making his way down the ramp, pointing to the fans in attendance. As he walks by, he pays no attention to the fans, he’s there to a job and his gait shows it. He slides into the ring under the bottom rope, step up to the middle turnbuckle and raise his hands in the air as the spotlight shines upon him. He hops off the turnbuckle and readies himself for the match as the music fades.
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