DeSean J. Connery (born June 15, 1987 as DeSean Jarrod Connery; preferably nicknamed DJC) is a semi-retired American professional e-wrestler who competes for Lords of Pain Wrestling (LPW). He was drafted to the Pyromania brand during the 2010 LPW Draft. He currently serves as the Pyromania brand's general manager.
Jovial, blue-collar, laid-back, Philly-bred and proud of it, DeSean J. Connery is a lot of things. Former amateur boxing prodigy turned street-running scourge with a dark, rough past turned redeemed every-man with deceptive intelligence levels in particular but these things along with others make him ultimately, DeSean J. Connery. Allied with Xander Kross to compose ColourBlind, DJC looks to help spread a fresh and fun atmosphere to a usually political and semi-hopeless LPW. Anything else you want to know, ask him yourself.
Round 3 at Pyromania 17.3 saw Illy defeat Cripsy in a hard-fought match, while James avegened a earlier defeat to Jensen and thus the finals were set. It was here that it was announced that the winner of the Phoenix Cup would get the final slot in the main event of LPW One Way Ticket (2011) and a chance to compete for the LPW International Heavyweight Championship. But to do that, one of these men would have to defeat the other in a 30-Minute Ironman Match at Pyromania 17.4, with IHC holder Ken Ryans as the referee. Despite falling to a 3-1 deficit, Connery managed to win three straight falls and ultimately defeat James to win the Phoenix Cup, however it all unravled from there as it seemed DJC had sold his spot to a returning Eddie B., who then proceeded to incapacitate Illyman and lay out Ryans. This seemed to be the sudden end of a meteorically rising rookie.
However, at One Way Ticket, during the main event, DJC returned with a vengeance, ambushing Eddie B. and injuring him with a chair-assisted "Soap To Ya Dome, Bitch!" to cost him the match and return to Pyromania, while possibly banishing Eddie for good this time. The future only knows how DJC will regain the trust and support from his fans after the events of 17.4.
Soap to Ya Dome, Bitch! (People’s Elbow to the head/face, with opponent-specific taunt before dropping the hammer)
One Hitter Quitter / The Answer (Drive-By Kick)
The Illadelph (an AUTHORITATIVE Sky High, usually followed by "Soap to Ya Dome" but can be a stand-alone finisher)
Broad Street Bullyin' (DJC opens up on a cornered victim with a flurry of stinging jabs and body blows, stuns the victim with a left haymaker, runs to the ropes and nails the victim with a jumping Elbow Smash which knocks him to a seated position. DJC then runs to the ropes and STUFFS the victim with a Low-angle Facewash)
Deep Fried DDT (Floatover DDT)
Flip it, Ninja! (Cravate Suplex, occasionally preceded by knees to opponent while in Cravate)
Kool-aid Grenade (Rolling Thunder into a Stiff Lariat; usually precedes "Tha Illadelph")
Philadelphia Flyer (With opponent down and DJC standing on apron, DJC executes a Springboard Modified Frog Splash)
Facebuster Mat Slam as a counter to bent-over opponent
Running Swinging Neckbreaker
Various boxing-style punches usually strung together in combinations that end w/a stiff kneeling uppercut
Forearm Smash (Running, Flying, Elevated Flying)
Spinning Sole Kick to any area of opponent's body (ex: kneecap [as a setup to "The Answer"], back, gut, chest)
Sunset Flip from out of the corner, as a counter to an oncoming opponent (see: Booker T)
Tequila Sunrise (as taught to him by Mass Chaos; Submission Finisher and infrequently used)
Macho Neck Snap (DJC runs behind opponent and jumps to the outside, snatching the opponent's throat across the top rope in the **process)
Basic aerial attacks to a standing opponent (Back Elbow, Double Axe Handle, Bionic Elbow, Crossbody)
Rep Philadelphia to the max
Give his all and play to the crowd when possible
Prefer to keep a match fast-paced and strike-heavy, as it feeds into his boxing background
Work with Mass Chaos in order to improve technical side of ability
Value concepts of loyalty and honesty as well as exhibit them to those he may align with or befriend
Maintain a mostly jovial, laid-back demeanor (albeit compared to Xander, he's a bit more serious)
Cheat and use underhanded tactics to win matches in last resort situations
Speak in ebonics (Philly/East Coast slang) but occasionally break into mostly humorous tangents of "dignified" diction
In RARE, EXTREME CASES resort to "thuggish" tactics like stealing and selling or giving away a hated rival's belongings
Abandon his allies regardless of situations (EX: if ally is clearly outnumbered and going down, DJC's going with them)
Betray Xander Kross or Mass Chaos
Hit a woman (Shaking or restraining one is a different matter)
Go out of his way to cause trouble
Change who he is for anyone, and won't expect others to do such faggotry
The Self-Proclaimed Pride of the 2-1-5
The Fresh Prince
The Black Bishop (referred to as such predominantly by Xander)
"Black and Yellow"by Wiz Khalifa (used from debut on LPW Pyromania 17.1 to LPW At All Costs (2011); uses this as entrance theme should he compete on an LPW show taking place in Pittsburgh, PA)
Enters wearing a long track jacket, Kung-fu jacket or hoodie, fitted hat (usually repping the Philadelphia Phillies but the colors and teams vary), shades and a mask in the vein of Michael Tarver or D’Angelo Dinero. There is lots of interaction with the fans and camera, and he's usually very energetic and upbeat. Depending on the match environment, he will enter through the crowd and celebrate big victories with them as well.
Wrestles in long “Jordan brand” basketball shorts/Track Pants or jeans (usually for street fights/hardcore environments), a sleeveless dri-fit shirt ala NFL players or a tank top, knee-pads, elbow pads, football gloves/fist tape and a fresh pair of kicks with reinforced soles for wrestling
Due to mostly inexperience and to an extent personal preference, Connery tends to employ a Ground and Pound, Street Brawler based style that tends to revolve around quick and powerful strikes given his size with the occasional grapple sprinkled in. He fights bigger than his size, and thanks to his out of ring work with Mass Chaos, his technical ability is improving. If there is an opening for him to play dirty, he will as it feeds into his credo of getting it done however he can (without hurting innocents and so on). DJC feeds heavily from the crowd and is known to play to them whenever it is possible or low-risk as it relates to maintaining the advantage. He is capable of one or two crowd-pleasing aerial attacks, but tends to keep the gameplan simple: fast paced, close-quarter street-style combat.