Legacy of Champions



Andy Murray


"The King"



Physical Information

  • Height | 6'7"
  • Weight | 280 lbs.
  • Billed From | Aberdeen, Scotland
  • DOB | October 17, 1977


In-Ring Information

  • Wrestling Style | Athletic, power-based all-rounder with a heavy Strong Style influence
  • Theme | “Rise” by The Cult
  • Alignment | Scrupulous
  • Finisher | Highland Hangover [Emerald Flowsion], GITB [Wrist-Clutch Death Valley Driver. This is his ultimate. You ain’t kicking out.]
  • Signature Moves | Lariat [Murray’s is particularly nasty], Shutthefuckuppercut [pop-up European Uppercut. If his opponent’s been talking shit, he and the crowd will yell “SHUT THE FUCK UP!” immediately after.], Hex Breaker [running Neckbreaker Slam], Earthshaker [Reverse spin Scoop Powerslam], Rule of Three [three rolling Gutwrench Suplexes], Deadlift German Suplex, Spinebuster, Fallaway Slam, Anaconda Vice, Tiger Suplex


G.R.I.D. READING


AGILITY | 6/10

INTELLIGENCE | 9/10

STAMINA | 8/10

STRENGTH | 9/10

TECHNIQUE | 8/10



Career Highlights


Allies / Enemies

  • Ally | Vivica J. Valentine
  • Ally | Lindsay Troy
  • Ally | Monte Burns
  • Enemy | Dusk
  • Enemy | The Nation


Championships Won


Underground Championship |
x1

The Once and Future King

In 1977, Andy Murray was born a humble fisherman’s son. In 2016, he is arguably the most successful sportsperson that his country has ever produced.

Andy took his first steps inside a wrestling ring as a teenager, when it became apparent that his childhood dream of playing professional football wasn’t happening. Debuting at 17, he worked his way through the British and American indy circuits and graduated to pro-wrestling mainstream in his early 20s.

He’d achieved success beyond his wildest dreams by 25, but he wasn’t done. Murray continued to grow in prominence throughout the PTC circuit, usurping the legendary LeStatt Knight to become GCW’s patriarch, and blowing every company record to pieces during the ensuing title reign.

2011 came around and it was time to call it a day. An early retirement came when Andy’s son was involved in a near-fatal car accident, but he stayed in the business. Andy opened the Fighting Chance Gym in San Diego and found new purpose in aiding fellow wrestlers who’d fallen on hard times get their careers back on-track.

But the itch never truly disappears, and by 2015, Andy had no choice but to scratch.

Time to find-out if The King’s still fit to wear a crown.




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