Handler
Height
5'1"
Weight
121 lbs
Hometown
Forest Park, AL
Date of Birth
July 17, 1992
Entrance Music
Entrance Description

OH, AFTER MIDNIGHT

The house lights go out as the crowd claps along to Dorothy’s bluesy “After Midnight,” and a single teal spotlight hits the entrance ramp. The video screen shows a stylized image of a diamond, and as the name “LOU” is signed across it in teal calligraphy, the Deathmatch Debutante herself steps out! In a Diamond Lou T-shirt with the sleeves, neck, and midriff cut off, Daisy Dukes, black fishnets and black boots, she raises her hands up in a diamond sign, and just as the chorus kicks in, she swings her arms down, teal pyro blasting from the center to the ends of the stage! Lou swaggers to the ring, swaying her hips to the beat of the song, pointing and slapping hands with fans!

She slides into the ring, heading for the side of the ring facing the hardcam, pointing to the crowd as she steps on the bottom and middle ropes, and finally raising her hands into a diamond shape once more, before jumping back to the mat and swinging her arms back again! She heads to the corner, swinging her legs up onto the top rope and laying across the corner, waiting for the match to start.

Finishing Moves
  • Trendkill [shiranui/flipover lungblower]
  • Diamond Cutter
Signature Moves
  • Charm School Dropout [Arabian Facebuster for no-DQ scenarios]
  • bronco buster (particularly and offensively lurid)
Favorite Moves
Lou is primarily a brawler, which, at just over 100 lbs, means she has to put everything she has into every hit that lands. Her biggest asset is not her speed (although it is considerable), but her stamina and her endurance. Lou can keep a fast pace for a long time, and she can take a brutal amount of punishment and still keep going. It is both of these things that allow her to literally throw herself around with no regard for her own safety and still be alive. She does have some basic lucha libre training, but she uses it primarily to find more interesting ways to add momentum and power to her strikes. Whenever the opportunity presents itself, Lou will use foreign objects, distract the referee, choke her opponent, and otherwise cheat her way to victory in any way possible. What she lacks in pure technical skill, she makes up for in enthusiasm and creative brutality. Some ideas for her matches: - punches and kicks - low blows - corkscrew lariat - spinning wheel kick - Pele kick - capoiera kick - Codebreaker-style jawbreaker - facebuster - turnbuckle bulldog - tornado DDT - tilt-a-whirl DDT - top rope, high risk maneuvers (splashes, elbow drops, leg drops, sentons)
Profile

Lou is a hard-drinking, hard-fighting, hard-fucking Southern belle. Billing herself as “the hardest, prettiest gem in the EWA,” she’s here to show that she can take everything anyone can throw at her and throw it right back, preferably with a middle finger or two. Raised in Alabama, she “traveled” to New Orleans at 14, and ended up in the care of DSI by 16. Trained by Long Island Hardcore themselves, Lou is one of the toughest fighters, male or female, in the wrestling world today, using that toughness to set two EWA Tag Team Championship records with Jane Doe in the Vice Squad. Now, she’s ready to prove that she can make it on her own.

She may not be the most talented, but most fighters will wear themselves out before they’ve found how much punishment she can handle.

Previously…

Lou and Jane Doe (collectively the Vice Squad) entered the EWA with ambitions. At the time, the EWA World Tag Team Championship had not yet been reinstated, but the Vice Squad made it c

Accomplishments

  • EWA Tag Team Championship [2x, w/ Jane Doe/Lágrima, longest reigns in EWA history]
  • Longest EWA Championship reign (205 days)
  • Second-longest EWA World Tag Team Championship reign (139 days)
  • Match History

  • Defeated William West & Philip Donovan in a Triple Threat match for a shot at the EWA Network Championship at Battlelines 37, 11.22.17 [Lou pinned West] (20-10-3)
  • Lost to Azrael Goeren at Battlelines 35, 10.19.17 (19-10-3)
  • Defeated Ethan Leers at EWA Live From Sydney, 9.27.17 (19-9-3)
  • Eliminated by Alice in the EWA Warrior’s Trial IV (38:40) at Battlelines 34, 9.7.17 (18-9-3)
  • Lost [w/ Jane Doe as The Vice Squad] the EWA Tag Team Championship to Kharrion in the Full Tilt Boogie II Ladder match at EWA Champions Summit II, Night #2, 1.20.17 (18-9-3)
  • Defeated [w/ Jane Doe as The Vice Squad] Laura Seton & Ray Willmott to retain the EWA Tag Team Championship at Battlelines 23, 12.16.16 [Jane pinned Willmott] (18-8-3)
  • Defeated [w/ Jane Doe as The Vice Squad] Johnny Napalm & Jaime Alejandro to retain the EWA Tag Team Championship at Battlelines 21, 11.18.16 [Jane pinned Alejandro] (17-8-3)
  • Defeated [w/ Jane Doe as The Vice Squad] Kharrion & Jaime Alejandro/Johnny Napalm in a Full Tilt Boogie Ladder Match to retain the EWA Tag Team Championship at EWA Out For Blood, 10.24.16 (16-8-3)
  • Lost [w/ Jane Doe as The Vice Squad] to Jaime Alejandro & Johnny Napalm in a non-title match at Battlelines 19, 10.5.16 [Alejandro pinned Jane] (15-8-3)
  • Lost [w/ Kane Doe as The Vice Squad] a non-title match to Maggie McIntyre & Indrid Calder at Battlelines 17, 9.7.16 [Calder pinned Jane] (15-7-3)
  • Defeated [w/ Jane Doe as the Vice Squad] Kharrion to retain the EWA Tag Team Championship at Battlelines 16, 7.27.16 [Jane pinned KC] (15-6-3)
  • Wrestled [w/ Jane Doe as the Vice Squad] El Chupacabra to a no-contest to retain the EWA Tag Team Championship at Battlelines 15, 7.13.16 (14-6-3)
  • Defeated [w/ Jane Doe as The Vice Squad] Martin Robertson & Tyler Morris by disqualification in a non-title match at Battlelines 15, 7.13.16 (14-6-2)
  • Defeated [w/ Jane Doe as The Vice Squad] The Latino Powers to win the EWA Tag Team Championship at EWA Path of the Warrior, Night #2, 6.28.16 [Jane pinned Jorge] (13-6-2)
  • Defeated [w/ Jane Doe as The Vice Squad] El Chupacabra at Battlelines 13, 5.31.16 [Jane pinned Hector] (12-6-2)
  • Wrestled Azrael Goeren to a no-contest in a first round Path of the Warrior Tournament match at Fight Night 7, 5.9.16 (11-6-2)
  • Lost [w/ Jane Doe & Jared Walsh] to The Youth & Lunatikk Crippler in a six-man tag team match at Battlelines 10, 4.18.16 [Crippler pinned Jane] (11-6-1)
  • Lost [w/ Jane Doe as The Vice Squad] the EWA Tag Team Championship to X-Calibur & Azrael Goeren in a Falls Count Anywhere match at Asylum de los Muertos, Night #1, 3.31.16 [Goeren pinned Lou] (11-5-1)
  • Eliminated by Shinya Nakamura in the EWA Warrior’s Trial II (30:22) at Battlelines 9, 3.15.16 (11-4-1)
  • Defeated [w/ Jane Doe as The Vice Squad] The Lonestar Outlaws to retain the EWA Tag Team Championship at Battlelines 9, 3.15.16 [Lou pinned Houston] (11-4-1)
  • Wrestled Shinya Nakamura to a no-contest at YouthTube Fight Night, 3.4.16 (10-4-1)
  • Lost [w/ Jane Doe & Jared Walsh as The Vice Squad] to X-Calibur, Marcus Mirage & Deacon Summers in a six man tag at Fight Night 5, 2.19.16 [X-Calibur pinned Walsh] (10-4-0)
  • Defeated [w/ Jane Doe as The Vice Squad] The Crimson Riot to retain the EWA Tag Team Championship at Battlelines 6, 1.29.16 [Jane pinned Maggie] (10-3-0)
  • Defeated [w/ Jane Doe as The Vice Squad] The Lonestar Outlaws in a non-title match at Fight Night 3, 1.22.16 [Lou pinned Moore] (9-3-0)
  • Defeated [w/ Jane Doe as The Vice Squad] Fuck Money & Vermont’s Finest in a TLC Match to retain the EWA Tag Team Championship at Champions Summit I, Night 2, 12.31.15 (8-3-0)
  • Lost to Philip Donovan in an EWA Network Championship Triple Threat Match at Champions Summit I, Night 1, 12.30.15 [Donovan pinned Crippler] (7-3-0)
  • Defeated [w/ Jane Doe & The Ghetto Warriors] Fuck Money & Vermont’s Finest in an eight-man tag team match at Fight Night 2, 12.18.15 (7-2-0)
  • Lost [w/ Jane Doe & Jared Walsh as the Vice Squad] by disqualification to Fuck Money & Officer Reeve Timmons at Battlelines 4, 12.11.15 (6-2-0)
  • Defeated [w/ Jane Doe as the Vice Squad] Lunatikk Crippler & X-Calibur at Fight Night 1, 12.4.15 [Jane pinned X-Calibur] (6-1-0)
  • Lost [w/ SmirtDogg and Barrett Lynch] a six-man tag team match to Lunatikk Crippler, Philip Donovan and Hank at Battlelines 3, 11.25.15 [Crippler pinned Lou] (5-1-0)
  • Defeated [w/ Jane Doe as the Vice Squad] Vermont’s Finest in a Ladder Match to win the EWA Tag Team Championship at EWA Live From New York, 11.13.15 (5-0-0)
  • Defeated [w/ Hank] Aidan Reid and Jane Doe in a Lethal Lottery Match at EWA Live From New York, 11.13.15 [Hank pinned Reid] (4-0-0)
  • Defeated [w/ Jane Doe as The Vice Squad] Venom & The Golden One at Battlelines 2, 10.30.15 [Jane pinned Venom] (3-0-0)
  • Defeated [w/ Jane Doe as The Vice Squad] Osbourne Kilminster & Sinnocence at Battlelines 1, 10.15.15 [Lou pinned Kilminster] (2-0-0)
  • Eliminated by Hank in the Warrior’s Trial I (1:47) at EWA From the Ashes, 10.2.15 (1-0-0)
  • Defeated [w/ Jane Doe as The Vice Squad] Long Island Hardcore at EWA From the Ashes, 10.2.15 [Jane pinned CJ Nelson] (1-0-0)
  • RP History

    * denotes a guest appearance in someone else’s RP

    NOVEMBER 2017
    Miss Nothing, Part I: Bottle of Pain (11.9.17)

    SEPTEMBER 2017
    Raise Hell (9.15.17)

    JANUARY 2017
    Vice, Interrupted (1.26.17)

    DECEMBER 2016
    Boston Vice VI (12.19.16)

    NOVEMBER 2016
    Boston Vice V (11.16.16)

    OCTOBER 2016
    *Zero [w/ Sean Boden] (10.26.16)
    Boston Vice IV (10.18.16)
    Boston Vice III (10.10.16)
    Boston Vice II (10.3.16)

    SEPTEMBER 2016
    Boston Vice I (9.6.16)

    AUGUST 2016
    Vice’s Virtues 33: Education (8.19.16)
    The End of Vice, Part IV: Acceptance (8.14.16)
    The End of Vice, Part III: Depression (8.3.16)

    JULY 2016
    Vice’s Virtues 32: Reunification (7.26.16)
    The End of Vice, Part I: Isolation (7.14.16)
    Vice’s Virtues 31: Dedication (7.12.16)

    JUNE 2016
    Vice’s Virtues 30: Anxiety (6.29.16)
    EWA.COM EXCLUSIVE: Battlelines XIV (6.23.16)

    MAY 2016
    Vice’s Virtues 28: Disturbance (5.31.16)
    Vice’s Virtues 27: Impulse (5.28.16)
    Vice’s Virtues 26: Hopelessness (5.2.16)

    APRIL 2016
    Vice’s Virtues 25: Remorse (4.17.16)
    Vice’s Virtues 24: Rubicon (4.12.16)

    MARCH 2016
    Vice’s Virtues 23: Deception (3.31.16)
    Vice’s Virtues 22: Adversity (3.30.16)
    Vice’s Virtues 21: Adrenaline (3.14.16)
    Vice’s Virtues 20: Voyeurism (3.9.16)

    FEBRUARY 2016
    Vice’s Virtues 19: Exhibitionism (2.26.16)
    Vice’s Virtues 18: Mysteries (2.19.16)
    Vice’s Virtues 17: Intervention (2.2.16)

    JANUARY 2016
    Vice’s Virtues 16: Infatuation (1.26.16)
    Vice’s Virtues 15: Communication (1.18.16)

    DECEMBER 2015
    Vice’s Virtues 14: Domination (12.31.15)
    Vice’s Virtues 13: Overlooked (12.30.15)
    Vice’s Virtues 12: Shamelessness (12.10.15)
    Vice’s Virtues 11: Aftermath (12.4.15)
    RHProductions.com Message (12.2.15)

    NOVEMBER 2015
    Vice’s Virtues 10: Emotion (11.25.15)
    Vice’s Virtues 9: Surprise (11.22.15)
    Vice’s Virtues 8: Forgetfulness (11.18.15)
    *Aftermath 001 [w/ Sinnocence] (11.17.15)
    Vice’s Virtues 7: Organization (11.13.15)
    Vice’s Virtues 6: Fear (11.8.15)

    OCTOBER 2015
    Vice’s Virtues 5: Memories (10.29.15)
    The Lone Wolf Diaries I: Betrayal (10.17.15)
    EWA.com Exclusive [f/ Michael Draven] (10.15.15)
    Vice’s Virtues 4: Preparedness (10.15.15)
    Vice’s Virtues 3: Responsibility (10.13.15)
    The Vice Squad Presents: The Man Himself (10.10.15)
    Vice’s Virtues 2: Togetherness (10.10.15)
    The Devil’s Elixir: A From The Ashes Epilogue (10.4.15)
    Backstage w/ the Vice Squad, EWA.com Exclusive (10.2.15)

    SEPTEMBER 2015
    Vice’s Virtues I: Pride (9.26.15)