(Ear piercing static permeates the arena, Alex Brooks walks out in his grey Denver Broncos hoodie with the hood up, blue jeans and black combat boots. In his right hand, he carries a trusty aluminum baseball bat. He starts and stares at the ring for a few brief moments and then reaches up and flicks his hood off. He makes his way down to the ring, twirling his baseball bat like a baton as he walks. He slides in under the bottom rope and perches his himself on the nearest turnbuckle.)
- White Noise [Alex Brooks applies a front face lock to his opponent, then runs the corner turnbuckles or the ring ropes to execute a tornado DDT on his opponent.]
- Aurora Clutch [Cobra Clutch with a body grapevine.]
- Bronco Kick - slingshot dropkick (to the outside)
- Mile High Moonsault - Springboard Moonsault
- Kansas City Shuffle - A Falling fistdrop from the second rope.
- Colorado Avalanche Neckbreaker - top rope reverse neckbreaker performed across the knee.
- Flightpath - slingshot blockbuster
- Elway Drive - Madoka's Ranhei
Alex Brooks is a wrestling fan since 9yrs old. He recently won the chance to become a wrestler on the MTV show Wrestling Spirit. After the closure of SHOOT Project in 2009, MTV folded the Wrestling Spirit program and Alex returned home to Aurora. When SHOOT re-opened in 2010 he was quickly picked by an independent producer trying to recreate the Wrestling Spirit, that fell by the wayside pretty quickly and Alex got into the high life of Las Vegas, he was taken advantage of because his general naivety and now wants one last chance with SHOOT Project to live his dream. Alex won the Rule of Surrender Title, overcoming the odds and then was outsmarted by Cronos Diamante and lost the title and his SP career. He went to Mexico to find himself.
SHOOT Project Rule of Surrender Championship
* denotes a guest appearance in someone else’s RP
One Goal (8.13.17)