Name: Roy Landry
From: Grand Isle, Louisiana
Entrance: Deliberate & Eerie
Appearance: Roy is on the lighter side of a medium build being about 6'1 and 225 lbs. His hair is dark brown, cut short and slicked back with an unkempt full beard. He has grey-blue eyes and several tattoos most prominently featured being a skull tattoo on his back ( https://s-media-cache ak0.pinimg.com/736x/2b/56/b7/2b56b7c35a48167de12a48f0946d0356--native-indian-tattoos-indian-skull-tattoos.jpg )
To the ring during his entrance he wears a brick style black cowboy hat and a ragged brown leather jacket with the sleeves torn off. On the back of which is featured his brand of sorts, the confederate naval jack with an alligator skull at its' center.
Ring Attire Style: Matte black trunks with branded black finger-less gloves and black wrestling boots
Character "Feel"/ Inspiration: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nQ9lEH042pA
Promo Style: Cold and calculated, fairly low energy (See Jake The Snake Roberts in his prime)
As a person Roy entered wrestling relatively late in life having his official mainstream debut at the age of 34, he started training at 29 and spent his years honing his technical ability on the indie circuits. He was never much of a showman to say the least, though he grew up watching wrestling and had an amateur background from highschool through college which he leaned on heavily for his in ring training and style, this combined with his training taking place in the wrestling territories of the Southern US made him kind of a purist of sorts, just as prime time die-hards may look down on him as an indie act so too is Roy leery of hardcore wrestlers and high flyers whom he largely views as glorified stuntmen ("Spot monkeys"). If he has a vice as a person it would have to be painkillers, prior to being a wrestler he worked commercial fishing, that combined with his drive to prove himself as an older guy stepping into wrestling has taken its' toll.
Roy doesn't aim to be the top guy necessarily, he hopes to have an iconic run with the companies designated "Workhorse" title (Like WWE Intercontinental Title in the days of Bret Hart and Mr.Perfect). He recognizes his age might be a long term issue so he doesn't mind putting young talent over, so long as he remains respected and is given his dues.