Jennifer was a vagrant from a broken home until the day Johan Dietrich took her in. After learning of Dietrich’s profession and spending more time with he and KC, she began to open up more and show an interest in the business. Soon, she requested accompanying both men on the road and to their matches, quickly settling into a managerial role after witnessing the short-sighted decisions of her friends.
A church choir’s singing fills the PA as mist pours from behind the curtain. A blast of blinding light comes from around the JumboTron as “This Corrosion” by the Sisters of Mercy begins in full, bringing KC Rockefeller out from behind the curtain, his faux-drunken swagger in full effect. He unzips his white leather jacket and tips the brim of his white cowboy hat, holding a hand out to his side for Jennifer Dowling as she follows him. She hooks his arm in hers and, together, they make their way down the ramp.
Nikki Rogers: Introducing next, he weighs in tonight at 165 pounds and standing at 5 feet, 7 inches tall, he is one half of Kharrion…
Rockefeller moves rigidly in exaggerated goose steps, releasing the arm of his Kharrion sister before shrugging his shoulders emphatically, dropping his jacket into her waiting arms at the bottom of the ramp. He pivots, casually dropping to his knees with his fingers pointing straight ahead, held like they were handguns. After blowing a kiss into the camera, Jennifer hops onto the apron and lifts the bottom rope, under which KC dives, rolling to his feet and rushing to the corner. He jumps to the second turnbuckle and places a foot on the top, turning his back to the crowd as Jennifer steps into the ring.
Nikki Rogers: …K! C!! ROCKEFELLER!!!
“This Corrosion” dies down as KC rips off his white cowboy hat, handing it to Jennifer before she makes her way to the floor. He tosses his hair out of his face and jumps to his feet, casually stepping into the corner before reclining over the top ropes.
- Cold Barrel Zero [Shining double stomp]
- Divebomb Renaissance [Spiral Tap with a bit of hang-time]
- O Joyous Clutch [a Camel Clutch where KC fish hooks his opponent's mouth, forcing them to "smile"]
- Champion City Ransom [a series of rapid fire punches to the midsection followed by a rolling solebutt to the knee, used to set up the Cold Barrel Zero]
- Time Traveler [poisoned 'rana]
- Tornado DDT
- Handspring tilt-a-whirl headscissors
- Space Flying Tiger Drop Elbow
- Elbow Suicida
- Topé con Giro
- Inverted kneebar
- Avalanche hurricanrana
- Asai moonsault
- Springboard spinning wheel kick
At an early age, KC Rockefeller knew he was “different,” not just in appearance (though his Japanese/Mexican heritage didn’t win him any favors while growing up in Brockton, MA), but in how he viewed the world. To him, most everything was a joke or a live-action story requiring his “irreverent” critique and dissection. Suffice it to say, then, that much of his youth was spent getting into fights, most often due to his own annoying personality.
Were it not for a chance encounter with Boston wrestling legend Cliff Young, KC would never have entered the ring in the first place. After being caught trying to break into Cliff’s car, the veteran offered him two choices: either he step into the ring as a live training dummy for his latest batch of recruits or have the police come. Rockefeller, not wanting to hear the inevitable tongue lashing from his parents over another addition to his criminal record, chose the former. Impressing Cliff with his resilience and tenacity, Young instructed KC formally as part of the Front Line Academy proper. It was there that KC met Johan Dietrich, quickly forming a close bond over similar backgrounds and outlooks.
Shortly after Dietrich’s arrival in the EWA, then-CEO Duane Gates was convinced to offer Rockefeller a contract after some “persuasion” by Johan. Since that point, the duo, quickly dubbed “Kharrion” by Rockefeller himself, have stood as a thorn in the side to any who cross their paths.
KC is rarely, if ever, the largest dog in the fight, though he is practically never in the worst physical conditioning. Thanks to a combination of genetics and personal effort, Rockefeller is in prime shape, treating his body as a virtual temple (aside from his preferred vices, of course). Thinking himself as quite the artist, he typically keeps his hair wild and unkempt, typically dyed various colors, yet keeps his goatee very trim and neat. There are various scars covering his body, notably one on the right side of his head (two inches above his ear) from a stabbing while he was in high school, and he is rarely seen without his white cowboy hat either atop his head or in his hand.
Attire-wise, KC stands in juxtaposition with his Kharrion partner by wearing multi-colored gear in every match. He wears capri-style tights themed after the sendai shows of his youth, often with color schemes based on black, gold, white, red, green, blue, purple, and orange in varying combinations (not all of them pretty), with contrasting knee pads worn over them and ankle-high wrestling boots. Like Dietrich, he, too, often wears a bandana around his head while competing, but varies again by only wearing tape around his wrists.
* denotes a guest appearance in someone else’s RP
Onset of Putrefaction 002 [w/ Johan Dietrich] (2.13.17)
Those Wayward Sons 004 [w/ Johan Dietrich] (9.17.16)