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Dec 26 2017, 03:40 AM


Wrestler Real Name: Jason Moana
Wrestler In Ring Name: Jason Moana
Nickname (If Applicable): N/A
Height (meters): 1.85m (6'1")
Weight (kilograms): 97.52kg (215 lbs.)
Alignment: Face-leaning tweener
Hometown/Billed From: East Oakland, where the youngsters get hyphy
Gimmick: Trash-talking football player turned ring general/auto shop owner
Pic Base: Jimmy Uso (no facepaint)
Ring Attire: Moana's clothes don't vary much inside or outside the ring. His wardrobe includes, but is not limited to, hi-top basketball sneakers, various shirts, hats, and jerseys of Oakland's many sports teams, full tracksuits, baggy basketball shorts, jeans, hoodies, and graphic T-shirts with block print slogans, usually sly potshots at their opponents for the night. Moana usually doesn't take any of these clothes off unless they fall off over the course of a match or are exploited as leverage by his opponent(s).
Twitter: @HyphyMachinery

Wrestling Style:
Strengths (3): Phenomenal ring awareness, trained in football and rugby-style takedowns, communication with teammates
Weaknesses (3): Not that great at aerial maneuvers (aside from splashes and suicide dives), showboater, impractical ring gear makes for easy leverage

Finishers (Max 2):
Shinjuku Drop (Emerald Flowsion)

Signature Moves (Max 2):
Lake Merritt Tides (Stinger splash)
Tatum Takedown (Spear)

Well-practiced Moves (Max 10):
Baseball slide
Splash
Clothesline
Rugby-style takedowns
Boxing punches
Spinebuster
Armbar
Elbow smash
Ankle lock
Over-the-shoulder facebuster

Entrance Theme: "Go Hard or Go Home" // E-40 ft. The Federation

Character Background: Compared to his always-extroverted partner, Jason may come off as more low-key, but make no mistake, the heart of a warrior burns in him. Where Dontell's specialties tend to be more in the mental realm, Jason's grounding leans towards the physical and the practical. Where Dontell could spend hours with their coaches back in their high school football days, going over every single play in the book, Jason put those extra hours in on tackling and agility drills. When Dontell comes up with totally over-the-top ideas on how to soup up an old car, Jason's the one who sizes up if the plans are even possible. And when they're in the ring together, Jason can certainly scout opponents' strategies, but he often gets more enjoyment out of seeing an opening Dontell found and exploiting it with maximum force. Take Jason as "the dumb one" of Hyphy Machinery at your own risk.
Dec 26 2017, 03:26 AM


Wrestler Real Name: Dontell Porter
Wrestler In Ring Name: Dontell Porter
Nickname (If Applicable): N/A
Height (meters): 1.91m (6'3")
Weight (kilograms): 95.25kg (210 lbs.)
Alignment: Face-leaning tweener
Hometown/Billed From: East Oakland, where the youngsters get hyphy
Gimmick: Trash-talking football player turned ring general/auto shop owner
Pic Base: Marshawn Lynch (NO Seahawks gear)
Ring Attire: Porter's clothes don't vary much inside or outside the ring, aside from the oversized sunglasses he wears during his entrance. His wardrobe includes, but is not limited to, hi-top basketball sneakers, various shirts, hats, and jerseys of Oakland's many sports teams, full tracksuits, baggy basketball shorts, jeans, hoodies, and graphic T-shirts with intricate abstract designs. Porter usually doesn't take any of these clothes off unless they fall off over the course of a match or are exploited as leverage by his opponent(s).
Twitter: @HyphyMachinery

Wrestling Style:
Like his partner, Dontell employs a style that mixes technical skill and uncanny ring awareness with good old-fashioned streetfighting and the occasional dive, with Dontell's personal style leaning more heavily on the technical side.

Strengths (3): Masterful ring general, trained in football and rugby-style takedowns, capable of planning and executing on the fly

Weaknesses (3): Not that great at aerial maneuvers (aside from splashes and suicide dives), showboater, impractical ring gear makes for easy leverage

Finishers (Max 2):
Green 3:16 (Stunner)

Signature Moves (Max 2):
Natural Shooting Motion ("Accidental" groin kick, as demonstrated here. Usually a setup for Green 3:16.)
Pride of the Strikeforce (flying knee)

Well-practiced Moves (Max 10):
Vertical suplex
Splash
Clothesline
Boxing punches
Rugby-style tackling
Haas of Pain
Suicide dive
Armdrag
Samoan drop
Kimura lock

Entrance Theme: "Go Hard or Go Home" // E-40 ft. The Federation

Character Background:
Dontell is the more talkative half of Hyphy Machinery, even if the balance is 70-30 at the most. He's always eager to take the lead when it's time to grab the microphone and start hyping up a match or calling out another team or whatever needs doing at the moment. But make no mistake, Dontell is no mere mouthpiece. Always a fast learner, Dontell excels at picking up quickly on new skills and situations, whether that's fixing and tuning beaten-up cars or reading another tag team's strategy and poking holes in it, and once he relays that information to Jason, they can turn the tide of a battle in mere seconds.
Dec 26 2017, 03:10 AM
Team Name: Hyphy Machinery

Members (must make a separate singles app for each): Dontell Porter & Jason Moana

Combined Weight: 193 kg (425 lbs.)

Team Gimmick:
Hyphy Machinery may look like they literally walked in off the street, but make no mistake, both men are ring generals in their own right. Combined with how long they've worked together, both inside and outside the squared circle, the two possess a scary synchronicity that enables them to open up opportunities for each other, create traps and misdirections, and respond in kind should their opponents decide to fight dirty.

Team Finisher:
The Black Hole (delayed vertical suplex by Porter, with a striking spear from Moana on the way down)

Well-Practiced Double Team Moves (Max 5):
San Andreas (Magic Killer) (NOTE: also works as finisher, if opponent thrown into table or other environmental hazard)

Two-Way Traffic (Double clothesline from opposite sides)

Splash Brothers (Back-to-back splashes from off the top turnbuckle)

Giambi Doesn't Slide (Moana appears to go for a baseball slide, but at the last second, he rolls to the side. A split-second later, Porter ambushes the opponent with a flying knee.)

Entrance Theme: "Go Hard or Go Home" // E-40 ft. The Federation

Team Entrance:
E-40's "Go Hard or Go Home" hits the PA, and the sound of an engine revving roars through the arena. The latter is quickly explained once the main beat kicks in, as Hyphy Machinery emerge from behind the curtain, accompanied by an old-school convertible with a custom purple paintjob. More specifically, Dontell stands on the hood and Jason stands on the trunk, both men vibing to their music and hyping up the crowd, and the car drives forward on its own.

Jason jumps down into the driver's seat, hits the brakes, and pulls out the keys to the car. As he steps out, Dontell leaps off the hood and rolls forward, popping up and throwing his oversized sunglasses over his shoulder and into the crowd. As the duo approach the ring, hyping each other up with boasts of their skill, we see two officials run past them and start pushing the car back up the ramp.

Dontell and Jason climb up the two closest turnbuckles and aim finger guns at their opponents before jumping down, convening in their corner, and huddling up to discuss strategy and decide who's going first.

Team Background:
Dontell Porter and Jason Moana met on their first day of kindergarten, and they've been best friends ever since. Whether they were forming the dual-threat wide receiver/cornerback combination that made their high school's football team competitive for the first time in decades or showcasing their latest and greatest custom cars, these two were virtually inseparable, and when they entered the world of professional wrestling through Zapatista Lucha Libre, where they were two-time ZLL Parejas Champions, that dynamic was no different.

Hyphy Machinery's big break arrived midway through 2017, when A.J. Morales, who knew them from his time in ZLL, recruited them into XWA. In their debut match at The Frozen North, the duo pulled off one of the biggest upsets of the year when they defeated no less than Diamond Jack Sabbath and War Enforcement in a 2-on-3 handicap tag team match, handing Sabbath his first XWA loss since 2015. They proved valuable allies to Morales, and the rest of Taylor Promotions, repeatedly throughout the rest of the year in the war against the Survivors, doing everything from setting up ambushes to running counter-interference during brawls.

With the Survivors defeated and a new dawn rising in XWA, Hyphy Machinery arrive in IYHWF looking to show up old rivals, scope out some new competition, and maybe teach Australia about ghostriding the whip while they're at it.
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