Name: Scott Alexander
Height: 6ft 3in
Weight: 225 pounds
Date of birth: January 4, 1991
Style: All around
Pic Base: Drake
[A few lights flash in the entrance way like camera flashbulbs as Scott Alexander appears to the tune of Jay Z's “Empire State of Mind." Scott bobs his head along with the music with an impressed grin on his face. He walks down the aisle slapping some hands as the crowd reacts with a mixed reaction to his introduction. Once in the ring, he goes from corner to corner with a one fist salute.]
Finisher: "The Brooklyn Bomb" !NEW!
aka Petey Williams' Canadian Destroyer /Front flip piledriver
Setup: Superkick (no fancy name, just a superkick…it hurts, just doesn’t need a fancy name)
Secondary: Flux Capacitor Ankle Lock
GRAPPLE AND OTHER
Cradle Shock (Cross–legged Samoan driver) !NEW!
Springboard Dropkick !NEW!
Spin-out powerbomb !NEW!
Half nelson bulldog !NEW!
Bridging dragon suplex !NEW!
Tornado DDT !NEW!
Northern Lights Suplex !NEW!
Russian Leg Sweep
Flying Elbow Drop
Dropkick to knee
Release Tiger Suplex
OTHER REGULAR SUBMISSIONS
Texas Cloverleaf !NEW!
Frog splash !NEW!
Springboard Moon Sault off Second rope (opponent standing or down)
Whisper in the Wind
Scott was born in New York, New York to Nicole Plainfield…a single 19-year old mom who had moved from Boston, Massachusetts to attend NYU. He was born on January 4, 1991 and a short time later, Nicole met Brian Stiver, a NYU grad student. The two were eventually wed to complete a family of Scott, Nicole, Brian and Brian’s daughter Samantha (three years Scott’s elder).
Scott grew up a big sports fan of all types. He enjoyed baseball and basketball, was infatuated with pro wrestling like most young and teenage boys are at some point. He also was in love with football from the first time he saw it and made known since age 8 that he wanted to grow up and play football at Florida State University, his favorite team. While most young boys like wrestling, Scott’s interest was peaked because his father was wrestling legend Dade Davis (known in Scott’s much earlier life as Dade Brown). Scott knew his entire life that Brian was not his real father and that Dade was, though he never met him and at age 11/12, was a huge fan of Dade’s tag-team partner and real life best friend “HotShot” Chris Michaels.
When he was 12, he met his best friend Tyler Kincaide, who had moved to Brooklyn from Reno, Nevada. The two played multiple sports together and both shared in the love of wrestling and fighting in general. Fighting turned out to be bad for Scott on some occasion, suspended from school a few times for it. In high school, Scott became the definition of a high school jock as a starting defensive back for varsity football, backup varsity basketball shooting guard and starting varsity baseball catcher. Scott would continue on as a four year varsity athlete in all three of those sports, including his junior year where he split his spring time with track and field. During his career at Tilden HS, Scott earned 13 varsity letters, the most by anyone in the school’s history.
Just before the first football game of his senior year, his mother told him that she had talked to his grandfather (Dade’s father Richard Alexander) and she wanted Scott to meet Dade after the game if he chose to come to Brooklyn even though he knew nothing of Scott’s existence. Scott performed that night on the field, now as a receiver, with 8 catches for 123 yards and 2 touchdowns– starting what turned out to be an All-American season. Scott and Dade’s relationship was strong for some time, but begin crumbling in February of the next year. Before it did, Scott’s friend Tyler moved back to NY from San Diego and he and Scott got into some pro wrestling training from a local. Midway through Scott’s senior baseball season, he was suspended from school and eventually from sports by the New York High School Athletic Association for an arrest on assault charges. A forced roadtrip by his father brought about more bonding and more hard feelings for Scott and Dade. Into the summer, as Scott was preparing for a dream come true– a freshman football season at FSU, he was found to have shaved points in a meaningless basketball game his senior year and his scholarship was revoked.
Out of options, Scott moved to Boston to live with Dade and train full time at his gym/wrestling school with Tyler and other advanced class trainees Niko Kai, CM Diamond and Vance Daniels. Thanks to an open opportunity from the Premiere Wrestling Alliance to Dade and Tyler passing on the match, Scott was granted his pro wrestling debut with a September 2, 2009 match with PWA Atlantic Champion Dustin Jacobs.
When he returned to PWA in the Fall of 2010, he quickly established an amazing feud with fellow newcomer Zakk Bryce. He became a two-time Primetime Champion, defeating former World Champion Jason Sandman for his first reign. He won his second title by winning the title back from Ed Wooderson. At Field Envy, Scott defeated Bryce to win the Lightheavyweight Title in a Title vs. Title match, though he would lose that belt later to Nighthawk. Scott was in line to challenge for the World Title, but was unable to due to his suspension from PWA for a brutal attack on Bryce's girlfriend at Field Envy. Due to the suspension, Scott was also forced to vacate the Primetime Title. Late in October 2011, after roughly 6 months out of wrestling, the company lifted Scott's suspension.
Dade Davis: Current PWA Premiere Champion • Former PWA World Champion • Former PWA Tag-Team Champion (TheEra w/HotShot) • Former PWA Tag-Team Champion (Exile w/Zex) •2008 Riot Rumble Winner • 2008 Kaito Invitational Winner • 2011 Heel of the Year
Scott Alexander: Former 2X Primetime Champion • Former Light Heavyweight Champion