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Tanner McKee
Wrestler

Tanner McKee entered the world of wrestling with one thing in mind: to beat people up! This rough redhead comes to the ring looking to take her aggression out on someone...and her poor opponents fit the bill perfectly. If a hold can be applied that will cause a scream of anguish throughout the arena, you can be sure that Tanner McKee will be applying it! Tanner McKee


Tanner McKee.


Don't expect a smile from Tanner McKee!


 

Tanner McKee's Profile...

  • Height: 5' 7"
  • Weight: 175
  • Hair: Red
  • Eyes: Depends on how mad someone makes me...but generally speaking, they're hazel.
  • Hometown: West Haven, Utah (USA)


  • How It Started: Hmm, a sport where I get to take out my aggression on someone else...and it's expected? Sounds like a dream come true to me.
  • Gimmick: Fiery, temperamental bitch!
  • Wrestling Style: Old-school, technical.
  • Gear/Outfit/Costume: Usually black and red.
  • Titles Held: None...yet.
  • Biggest Win: None worth getting all excited over.
  • Worst Loss: Every loss is bad.
  • Favorite Type of Match: The type where I win.
  • Favorite Moves/Holds: Anything that causes the most pain to my opponent.
  • Finisher: Anything that works.
  • Biggest Allies: None.
  • Most Hated Enemies: Everyone.
  • Favorite Wrestlers: Victoria; Shane Helms; Kevin Nash; Shawn Michaels; Jazz; Leilani Kai.
  • Wrestling Ambition: To be able to wrestle full time and to win any/every title available.

Tanner McKee's Personal Notes...

    I grew up playing soccer for about 17 years.....I also played volleyball for several years and I cheered on a nationally ranked high school squad for three years.....I love animals, especially dogs.....I like all types of music: folk, bluegrass, country, pop, rock, rap, Irish, Italian, New Age, soundtracks, etc.








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