Name: Virgo Violet
Also Known As: Purple Reign, The Queen of Miami, Miss Fortune, The World's Most Successful Businesswoman
Theme: "Disturbia" by Rihanna
Height: six foot one
Weight: two hundred fifteen pounds
She's a thick girl and kinda big, like Pisces - she just isn't quite as big as Pisces, though. Pretty redbone with long hair. Usually wears very attractive business-type clothing, but her ring-gear is a purple-and-black outfit: short skirt or tight trunks with a violet corset and tight, black gloves.
Fighting/Wrestling Style: Disciplined domination. Mainly striking, supplemented with some wrestling holds, but she has a taste for submissions. Plenty of boxing techniques, sprinkled with some elbows and kicks. Like her personality: brutal and straight to the point. Measured mayhem and precision pain.
Catchphrase(s): “Failure,” “TakeTHAT to the bank,” “It's money, baby,” “Money, power andrespect.”
Mannerism(s): Hits the ramp with a confident stride. Looks at the fans with plenty of disdain. Points out people in the crowd and labels them as “failures” sometimes even explaining why they are so. Enters the ring by coming up the steps and stepping between the ropes, pausing astride the ropes in a provocative position – wiggling her finger “no, no, no” at the camera (and occasionally punching said camera if she thinks it's too close.) When she is in the ring, she strolls around the ring dismissively waving off the viewers.
Bio: Virgo Violet is not your average chick. She came from money – her mother ran a successful magazine company, and her father was a famous prizefighter in his heyday. They went from riches to rags somehow – and wound up living in the ghetto. Violet hated this with a passion, and hated her parents for failing her and falling to this level. She resented the people of the streets, and vowed to rise above them and reclaim her true position in life – surpassing her parents in the process. She went to school for business and several other degrees as well – all at a young age. She built a multimedia company that soon became one of the biggest and most profitable companies in the world – making more than enough to purchase her mother's old business and take it from her. But corporate success was not enough... Violet craved physical superiority. She trained in various forms of physical combat, but devoted her prime focus to boxing. She trained under the greatest boxers known to man – and eventually beat and crippled her father. Violet's revenge on her parents was achieved.
But she still wants more.
Eventually, Violet met an unusual man... A man with a vision of chaos and a gospel of fire. The yin to her yang. And unexpectedly, she was charmed by this unconventional stranger. To this end, she travels with Archer Black as his promotional manager. Perhaps it is something more... perhaps it is as his enabler, one to open paths to him and facilitate his whims and share the discord, for that which Archer Black burns down Virgo Violet can claim, and those who Virgo cannot conquer Archer can destroy. Or perhaps... it is something that even one as proud as she will not admit to herself... romance. Virgo presents as always in control. She surveys all with ice cold eyes. But behind her frigid exterior rages an angry, jealous and insatiable creature: Virgo does not deal very well with not getting her way. The beast will feed, and God help any who would deny her. Her rage is comparable to that of her mortal enemy... a girl she crossed paths with years ago... Pisces Pink. She isn't quite as big as Pisces, but is very close in terms of physical power.
Virgo has it all... and it is not enough.
The Sign of Virgo: Grabs her victim's arm (or on rare occasions their hair) and pulls them into a debilitating strike. Something like a short-arm clothesline (like the“Rainmaker”) but with a vicious punch to the face/head (a variation of Wade Barrett's “Souvenir/Bull Hammer.”) If she's feeling especially hateful, she slips on brass knuckles for this one.
Purple Reign: A high-angle Tiger Driver aimed at atomizing the victim's head and neck. For an example, look at Excalibur's Tiger Driver '98.
Violet Venom: Often used as a counter, Virgo Violet tosses her victim into the air (visualize the setup for Kevin Steen's Pop-Up Powerbomb) and catches them on the way down with a boxing uppercut.
Breaking the Bank: A variation of Randy Orton's stretch backbreaker. Violet occasionally begins with a one-armed rear naked choke before dropping into the backbreaker –and on rare occasions, she holds the backbreaker into a submission attempt.
Money, Power and Respect: A three-step combination attack that starts with the opponent in the corner. Step 1: Virgo delivers a running clothesline in the corner (Money)... Step 2: victim stumbles forward into an inverted atomic drop (Power)...and Step 3: while victim is stunned, Virgo hits the ropes and lands a wicked big boot to the grill (Respect.)
M.I.A.M.I. (Murder Is A Minor Issue):Virgo borrows the Spinning Double Underhook Slam from Arik Cannon (YouTube it, it's pretty nice) with her own personal touch – taking precious care to slam the fuck out of whoever's catching it.
Other moves: lots of punches, stick-and-move (typical boxing maneuver – sidestepping while jabbing, sets up for other moves,) body blows, toe stomps, aikido joint holds, hair snatching, scratching, spitting, shoulder blocks, suplexes (various kinds,) joint stomping
NOTE: Like Archer, Violet has experience wrestling (not quite as much as he does) but looks down on pro-wrestling, seeing it as pretentious and foolish.
“Gimmick”: Powerful woman with lots and lots and LOTS of money, who thinks that everyone that isn't her is lower on the evolutionary ladder, but is as physical as she is conceited. Seems to be repressing a devilish, uninhibited hellion. Is not above throwing money at problems to solve them – or break bones if that doesn't work. She is the devil's advocate, and Archer Black is the devil. Imagine a mashup of The Million Dollar Man, Epiphany from OVW, Wade Barrett and a little Sara Del Rey.