Wrestler's Name:
Jeff Keenan
222 lbs
Boca Raton, FL
Wrestler Personality:
Jeff has chocolate brown messy spiked hair with hazel eyes, and stands chiseled like a roman statue. As he has modeled essentially during his entire wrestling career, his appearance is very important to him, and he hates getting hit in his face. A veteran of over a decade in the business has treated him well, as he looks like he could be in his mid to late 20’s at the oldest, and he accents this by always wearing tight, accentuating designer clothing and sunglasses.
Primary Wrestling Style:
Technically skilled all-rounder
Appearance and Ring Attire:
Arrogant and smug, he often sports a condescending smirk on his face, which rarely falters outside of the ring. Inside of the ring Keenan has a very nasty attitude, and will lie, cheat, and steal to land himself a victory. He has learned many a trick over the years, and does’t hesitate to use them all as a means to an end. He also goes out of his way to be disrespectful to his opponents, often toying with them or showboating when he can afford the opportunity. Despite his general cockiness, Keenan does have a mean streak about him, which often comes out when he already has his opponent down or in a prone position. His in ring tactics are meticulously planned out, and he stalks his opponents the way a lion would stalk their kill, every move done to maximum efficiency, inflicting maximum damage. He is very technical in the ring, using many a submission hold to bend an opponent to his will, but he also never hesitates to put his body on the line, throwing himself over or off of the top and onto his opponent below.
Entrance Music:
"After Lifeless Years" by Sylosis
15-20 Favorite Wrestling Moves:
1. Short Arm DDT
2. Fujiwara Armbar
3. Exploder Suplex
4. Dragon Suplex
5. Short Arm Clothesline
6. Fisherman Buster
7. Superkick
8. Backflip kick
9. Standing Dropkick
10. Inverted Surfboard
11. Standing Shiranui
12. Corkscrew Plancha
13. Phoenix Splash
14. Shooting Star Press
15. Inverted Atomic Drop
16. T-Bone Suplex
17. Head & Arm Suplex
18. Falcon Arrow
19. Buckle Bomb
20. Fireman's Carry Facebuster
21. Shoulderbreaker
22. Frog Splash
23. Jumping Roundhouse Kick
24. Enzuigiri
25. Spinning Elbow
26. Spinning Backfist
27. Dragon Suplex
28. Dragon Sleeper
29. Inverted DDT
30. Hangman's Neckbreaker
31. Scissor Kick
32. Aztec Suplex
33. Side Russian Legsweep
34. Running Necksnap
35. Octopus Hold
Finisher Description:
Reverse STO which Keenan has been known to hit from just about any possible position over the years, essentially he can hit the move out of nowhere.
Set-up Move:
None Needed
1. Innovation – Keenan is an innovator of offense, often pulling off moves rarely seen before.

2. Experience – After over a decade and a half inside the ropes, Keenan has astute ring awareness, and seems to always have a knack for getting inside the opponents head and knowing how they are going to try and attack him.

3. Striking - Keenan is an adept martial artist, having studied Muay Thai, Jiujitsu, Ninjutsu, Tae Kwon Do, Jeet Kun Do, and Krav Maga. This makes his hands and feet dangerous weapons for most of his opponents. While Keenan may not be the biggest guy inside the ring, he can certainly strike with lightning quickness and knockout power
1. Power - At 6'4, 222lbs Keenan isn't the most physically imposing star you'll find inside of the squared circle. So while he does have a variety technical moves in his arsenal, you won't find him getting into a suplex battle with the larger wrestlers

2. Ego - Keenan is very egotistical, which has been known to distract him from his task at hand in order to soak in the cheers or jeers from the crowd.

3. Risk Taking – Keenan, known to put his body on the line, has many a time found himself on the negative side of the risks that he takes, leading to his opponents gaining the upper hand on him.
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Character Profile:
Jeff grew up as an adopted only child in the suburbs on Northern New Jersey. A model since he was a young child, he has always been blessed with good looks, which led him to develop the expected ego to go along with them. Jeff saw his first wrestling show when he was five years old, and he was hooked. After years of excelling at all of the different sports that he tried, but always wondering if he could hack it inside the ring, Keenan took some of the money he had made from his modeling career and joined a wrestling school at the age of 16.

By the time he turned 18, he was a known competitor on the New Jersey independent circuit, going by the name Jeff “The Machine” Keenan. Winning titles everywhere he went, he was known for being almost as unpopular with the fans, as he was talented inside the squared circle. He was good at what he did, and he made sure that everybody, everywhere knew exactly what he was capable of, and that he was a “gift” to the wrestling business.

At the age of 22, he was given his first major break and signed with the INWI. It was here that the young independent star quickly grew into a World Class Light-Heavyweight wrestler. After several months of climbing up the rankings, and earning a very respectable in-ring record, Keenan shocked the wrestling world by joining the Corporation, and dropping “The Machine” gimmick and moniker. It was during this time that Keenan began acting more like the egotistical model that he had been his entire life, and less like the pedigree athlete that his old character had been. He also began calling himself “Goldenboy” Jeff Keenan, as he was, afterall, the INWI Corporate Goldenboy.

This led to him capturing both the INWI Light-Heavyweight Title, which he would hold for a record amount of time, as well as the INWI Tag Team Championship. Keenan really came into his own during this stretch of his career, feuding with some of the major players in the industry. Losing the strap in the final INWI PPV before they closed their doors, via a pair of brass knuckles to the face, and a corporate turn, Keenan went on to become a major name in the world heavyweight wrestling community.

Wrestling History:
He has competed in dozens of world class wrestling federations, including Shootfire Pro Wrestling, where he has held the World Heavyweight Championship a record amount of times, and has been inducted into their hall of fame. Since leaving Shootfire Pro, Keenan took a few years out of the business to once again pursue his modeling career, all the while training and waiting for the right time to step back into the wrestling industry. When he received a call that UPW was opening their doors, Keenan saw this as the perfect opportune time to once again ascend to the top of the wrestling industry and compete against some of the best wrestlers that the world has to offer.