Name: David Starr
Birthplace: Philadelphia, PA
Aerial: In my opinion, Starr uses just enough aerial attacks throughout a match. He sprinkles them in sparingly as his main focus is on the ground. Furthermore, he moves rather gracefully despite his stocky frame.
Appearance: He previously donned a more chiseled physique. Despite softening up a bit, he still retains a good muscle structure. While there is nothing outstanding about his appearance, it is memorable. Also, his look fits nicely with his character.
Charisma: The word that comes to mind for David Starr is “showman”. He has that innate ability to perform and connect with the audience. Although, some of his antics might come across a bit cheesy, like the 17 different nicknames, for the most part he projects as a serious threat.
Power: David has substantial power. His strong build combined proper technique allow him to operate at a level above his size. Again, he mixes in just enough power moves to keep his opponents off-balance.
Technical: You don’t name your stable WRSTLING, without being able to actually do some and Starr is quite capable of that. He had a distinguished career as an amateur wrestler. He is well-versed in grappling and takedowns and has used several submission finishers. Conversely, his striking is also impressive, particularly his chops.
Overview: David Starr has already traveled the world, but he is going to end up in the WWE at some point. His technical skills and, more importantly, his mic skills are too good for him to not be on their radar. He has everything that they look for in a wrestler. So, it’s only a matter of time. At his young age, he has plenty of that. In a few years, I could definitely see him not only on the main roster, but holding on to some gold as well.
Projection: Upper Mid-Card
WWE Comparison: Dean Malenko
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