Christopher England is an accomplished underground skateboarder and an American professional wrestler currently signed to the Wrestling Society Federation (WSF).
Christopher England grew up in the small town of Walnut Creek in California. He spent his misguided youth skateboarding and partying, he never finished High School. He started skateboarding in underground competition so not to get publicity. He owns a warehouse in Walnut Creek where he holds rave parties everyday. At the young age of 17 he started wrestling with friends and neighbors in a ring he built in the warehouse. One day he decided to realize his dream and went to the Fantasy Wrestling Alliance in search of a contract and they happily signed him.
A Slow Start
England made his debut on Sunday Night Smash defeating Max Mejia and Jason Miller. The next week he beat Max Mejia and Hi-Jack. At Winter Wasteland, in a dark match, England defeated Max Mejia a third time. On the January 4, 2008 edition of Smash England defeated Max Mejia a fourth time in a submission match. England moved to Fight Night the next week, but lost to Riley Oroso.
It's his time!
The next week England put his contract on the line against Oroso in a Tables Match. cRiSiS pinned Oroso and will get a tag team title match after Uncontrollable Chaos against Vodka and Venom with a partner of his choosing. The following week England and Mountain Rush defeated Oroso, Maxamillion in an over the top rope mini battle royal Carnal Contendership Match. The following week England teamed up with James Sync to form Crisis Core and defeated Vodka and Venom for the FWA Tag Team Championships in a no holds bared match. England would then give up his Carnal Contendership spot to Sync as a way to thank him. The following week Crisis Core lost to the Revolution. After a few weeks of being inactive Sync and England lost the Tag Team Championships to Executive Excellence. Following the match, Assistant General Manager Drew Jolsen came out and fired England.
A Fresh Start
England joined WSF the week following his release from FWA. He won his debut match against Lawrence Mackaby. England beat Mackaby again the next week to become the number one contender for the WSF International Championship. Sync Faces Kiz for the title next week in the main event.
- Finishing Moves
- From top to Bottom (Springboard Corkscrew Moonsault from inside of ring to outside onto laying down opponent)
- Impacting Foundation (While on skateboard, Ollies over opponent onto the top rope, then a 540 'Christ air' Moonsault)
- Signature Moves
- Underground boot (slides under hunched over opponent and dropkicks up into the jaw)
- Abdominal Stretch
- Inverted DDT
- Entrance Theme
- "Drown The City" by A Skylit Drive