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Ring Name: Steve Sanders
Real Name: Edward Beatty
Also Known As: The Franchise, The Chosen One (Formally), Smashmouth, The Main Event Messiah, Sacrament II Society
Picture Base: Randy Orton
Alignment: Tweener
Hometown: Cincinnati, Ohio
Height: 6'2
Weight: 280
Age: 39
Birthdate: 03/13/1984
Fighting Styles: Brawler, Technical, MMA, High Flyer
Similar to Wrestler: In terms of wrestling style: Jeff Hardy, Randy Orton, Kurt Angle, Jericho
Entrance Theme: Moving On by Asking Alexandria
Entrance Description:

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The lights dim down as the guitar riff starts to strum throughout the arena. As the words creep throughout the PA system into the arena. The words seemingly faded in from different parts of the arena.

The drums kick in as the lights blast on Sanders is standing there with his back to everyone, his arms slowly rising up away from his body stopping at their full peak. He flips his fingers inward to signal to the crowd and those who watch him bask in his glory. Drink in the greatest performer in any of the last two decades. He spins around on his pivot, his arms falling to the side. The face of Sanders carries a smug expression. He rests on the stage for a moment looking straight ahead and then around the arena, maintaining his smirk. The announcer starts speaking.

Ring Announcer: "From Cincinnati, Ohio weighing in at 280 pounds...Steve Sanders!

He starts to walk down the ramp after the introduction, not willing to slap any fan's hands, the veteran is sporting a black leather jacket, with no shirt underneath. The pants are black jeans with some wrestling boots on. The man doesn't stop rolling into the ring as he approaches ringside. He pops up, walking to the middle of the ring as he extends his arms again as if he a gift from the gods to wrestling. As the music keeps playing, he lowers his arms to his side looking around the ring.

The Main Event Messiah stands there removing his jacket and throwing out to ringside, as his ice-cold blue eyes never left the entrance ramp he just traveled down. The man stands there until the music shuts off.

Basic Moves:
Signature Moves:

The Sanders Effect: Blackout DDT

Lethal Intentions: Dirty Deeds

Step Of The Gods: Punt Kick (Randy Ortons) 

Move list:

  • DDT Variations
    • Elevated
    • Front Facing
    • Inverted
    • Inverted 1916
    • Jumping / Leaping
    • Rope-Hung / Draping
    • Standard
    • Tilt-a-Whirl
    • Tornado
    • 1916      
    • suicide tornado ddt
  • Moves:    

Pele Kick  


Suplexes (Dragon, Tiger, German, Delayed Vertical, Electric Chair, Back, Double Underhook, Double Overhook, Belly-to-Belly, Inverted Vertical, Sleeper)

cradle ddt
backflip kick
step up enziguri

The Sands Of Time (a modified version of the famous Sharpshooter from the Hart Family, he sits back further on the back, while applying an ankle lock to one of the legs while pulling both legs up)

corner waterwheel slam

no hands twisting somersault plancha
space flying tigersault
springboard enziguri
springboard sunset flip powerbomb
springboard spinning back kick

apron tornado ddt
sunset flip apron bomb

flying clothesline

running inverted death valley driver
the codebreaker

Corner Step-Up Enziguri Kick ala Pete Dunne


Finishing Moves:

Sacrament II Society: A secret move normally Sanders never used but is bringing out. The move can be performed in every possible way. Great counter moves, off the top rope, of a reversal, and Sanders ace in the hole. [Randy Orton RKO]
A lesson in Eschatology: reverse Burning Hammer


Sudden Trauma: (superkick) Over years of trying to find ways to make this move more effective, Sanders modified the move to focus the impact into the throat, knocking the wind out of him possibly knocking the person out to provide an easy win. Dangerous move due to the fact he can perform it at any time and no need for a setup.


He's you're a typical child from the eighties, who were part of a breed of children that would be the last along with the 90's kids who played in the street. Nowadays, society is coddled and has its faces glued to electronics. They aren't able to change a tire and they likely dunno how to ride a bike. Place them locked in a room with a rotary phone and a TV with rabbit ears and they'd be clueless. Edward Beatty was a four-sport child, in basketball, hockey, swimming, and wrestling. This made him popular. He never imagined he would be making his living as a wrestler. As he progressed through life with no real special events, aside from his friendship with Kevin Putteet who would eventually follow Edward into wrestling. Edward met a man named Jim Rumple as he attended an indy event in Chicago and he traveled to the show to meet people to train him. He found his man in Jim Rumple.

Jim who went by the ring name Justyn Sayne, had talked for hours with Edward and came to the conclusion that they both had what each other needed to get where they wanted. After agreeing to take him on and train him off to Red Deer, Canada they went. The training was intense being the man towered over Edward coming in at 6'7 and three hundred and twenty-five pounds. It was this kind of training that forced Edward to begin the development of his wrestling style. He wouldn't have wanted to have this training any other way. He came up with the Steve Sanders moniker and started doing indy shows in 1999.

Edward made it to SCW, where Kevin got brought in by Edward, and sooner than later, they split paths and Cecil came in, with Kevin as they braved the path of wrestling alone. Edward was caught up in his fame, not worried about nobody but himself, it went to his head. That happens to somebody with such natural raw talent in the ring. Edward made it even bigger by the time he reached The Colosseum in 2001. Steve Sanders started to become bigger than Kevin and them opting to leave them alone. The fame, the spotlight had gone to Steve's head. a year later, in 2002, his friend Jim Rumple brought Edward to Brandon Harwell of Imperia, and Edward has been snapped back to the reality of life that he shouldn't be the way he was—and has been including his friends more often. Edward returned to wrestling, and finally, Kevin and Cecil were reunited with Edward, who took this time, to be with Imperia for two solid years, which is a professional UFC setting, the fights were real, and the injuries more real. Steve and company left in late 2003 when Imperia closed, and Steve has been working indy shows since, but picked up a contract offer from LAW once again, and went on to claim the LAW Elite Championship, and was royally screwed and fired, but kept the LAW Elite Championship.

The Chosen One weaved in and out of retirement, making brief stops in GWA and NEW until finally, he came back to PWF, but due to some unforeseen personal events, he had to exit the company. Upon his return, he opted to save the wrestling, Again. After teaming up with his fellow comrades, the Anti-Establishment, Steve Sanders was seriously injured by Halfbreed. The Chosen One rehabbed his injuries and vowed to come back to be the "end" as we know it. He returned to Shockvalue in October 2012, to stalk his prey. Before revealing himself on October 16th, 2012, and took out Halfbreed, followed by clearing out most of the establishment before his contract expired and he chose not to renew his contract with Pulse.

During that time, his friendship with Kevin ended. Meanwhile, The Chosen One just kept training to remain in shape, until the time was right. He re-debuted when The Colosseum reopened its doors to have its 2014 Lord of The Colosseum, it's been ten years since a Colosseum event has been held. Sanders drew the legendary Alpha Hapf going under his legal name Keith Brand, supposedly a washed-up old fart. Sanders and he met, and it would appear Sanders was gaining the upper hand until the man known as Buzzkiller appeared, and interfered in the match costing Sanders the match and Branding Hapf.

Meanwhile, Justice granted Sanders a chance at redemption against Buzzkiller. Night two of LOTC 2014 was the night, and Sanders took it to BK, just to only be beaten and almost end up like Jesus. Meanwhile, it would appear the public prodding of Justin Sellers over the years finally got the big man's attention. LOTC 2014, night three it was Sellers Vs Sanders I: Loser Leaves The Colosseum. For good. Sanders took him to the task and defeated the big man, his old mentor in the middle of the ring. Also, in the meantime stealing his Colosseum World Heavyweight Championship. In the meantime, Julia Hill was looking at Sanders long and hard, as her future. 2014 Hall Of Fame rolls around, and it is revealed...Julia Hill uses her power and dubs Steve Sanders as her "Chosen One" and The Colosseum World Heavyweight Champion.

Bodie Styles takes offense and a brawl breaks out at the HOF, with the headline reading: Styles Vs Sanders: Summer Spectacular 2014 Night Three for The Colosseum World Heavyweight Championship. In the meantime, Hill and Sanders revealed that they will be joining forces with a stable called "The Regime". Its members grew fast, Jason Dyers, Menace, Cecil, Wakki, Alpha Hapf, Defiance, Syn, Buzzkiller. During this time, Buzzkiller was accidentally murdered. And Sanders grabbed The Colosseum by the throat, going on to have classic matches against Chris Velmont and Dan Forge during The Lethal Lottery Tag Tourney. Sanders was tagged up with Jason Dyers, which saw Sanders go up against Bodie Styles night two...which Sanders ending up winning. The Chosen One was pitted against Bodie Styles in a fight for the WH title and the rights to "The Chosen One" name, which on that fateful night, 85 days in as Champion, Sanders was defeated. He decided to gracefully let his contract with The Colossuem expire. Not renewing it. Though he had exited the ring for a time. He maintained a positive image despite being out of the spotlight. The landscape of the business has been changing while he was away. It often didn't sit well with Steve as he watched it unfold. People not having to put in the same work that he did to get where he is at. As the new decade of 2020 approached, he was offered something he couldn't refuse. The chance to right the wrongs of the future with the teaching of the past. It seemed in 2023 as his time away from the ring grew, the memory of him started to fade with the fans and the wrestling peers coming in underneath. 


It bothered Sanders to no end. When people gave people with no talent, and no originality the top spot. The rampant ass-kissing and brown-nosing of the likes of Trent Helms, weird ass Ander Carvetti, lame ass cheap imitation of me Mr. Showtime. Let's not even get started on the ridiculousness of the cheat rip-off of the deadman mixed with some weird fixation with some otherworldly being likely in a weird twisted cuck fantasy with a corpse known as Brian Zewbowski. I mean even Kevin "The Bull" Putteet was even in the prime of his time being under my wing. Even he didn't deserve the attention he got.  The point of the matter is Sanders thinks it's time to come back to the only thing he has known and teach through auditory and visual learning. The world of wrestling beckons me, and I shall answer her call.  

AWS Championships Held:



DDWL World Championship (Retired/Last Holder)
SCW World Championship
SCW Tag Team Championship W/ Kevin "The Bull" Putteet
GWA Endurance Champion (Retired/Last Holder)
The Colossuem Television Championship
The Colossuem Undisputed World Championship
LAW Elite Championship (Retired/Last Holder)
IWF United States Championship
IWF World Champion
1999 DDWL Royal Rumble Winner
ICW World Heavyweight Champion
ICW World Tag Team Champion /w Kevin "The Bull" Putteet
New Era Wrestling Television Championship

GWA Feud Of The Month May 2005 w/ Trunks
GWA Match of the month May 2005:
Sanders Vs Trunks: Cage Match
IWF Most Hated 2003
IWF Most Overrated 2003
Intense Wrestling Federation Hall Of Fame Class 2002

Broken Arm 2003

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