"Ice" Hensley

Name: "Ice" Hensley

Hometown: Parts Unknown

Height: 6'6"

Weight: 302 Lbs.

Classification: Heavyweight

Alignment: Face

Entrance Music: "Suicide Messiah" - Black Label Society

Entrance: The arena turns pitch black with silver skulls flashing throughout the arena. Then, ear-shattering guitar riffs blending with engine roars shake the arena as "Suicide Messiah" by Black Label Society begins at the chorus.

Bow down, you've chose your maker
He never gives he's always a taker
The electric burns that fuel the fire

"Ice" Hensley then rides out onto the stage and raises his right arm as the silver skulls rapidly appear throughout the arena faster and faster. Pyros blast vertically from the stage and "Ice" Hensley makes his way down the ramp on his custom Harley. Arriving at ringside, "Ice" then slides under the bottom rope and into the ring, jumps back to his feet, pounds his chest twice with his right fist, and then points that fist to the crowd as they scream in approval as the arena gradually returns to normal lighting.

Normal Attire:
- Black Leather Pants
- Black Boots
- Black Sleeveless Shirt

Ring Attire:
- Black Leather Pants
- Black Boots
- Black Fingerless Gloves
- Black Elbow Pads

Fighting Style: Powerhouse/Brawler

Persona: Hensley enjoys wrestling, but takes pleasure out of what he perceives to be his true calling, acting as a bounty Hunter (or bodyguard, if need be) for any superstar that has the cash.

Signature Moves:
- Spinebuster
- Pumphandle Slam
- Running Powerbomb

- Blessed Hellride (The Last Ride)
- Devastator (Two-handed Chokeslam)

Quote: "God forgives, but "Ice" Hensley doesn't!"

Superstar History: "Ice" Hensley was hired in early July 2004 by BWF Owner David Blazenwing as a bodyguard to protect him against Phoenix and his girlfriend, Si Howe. After defeating Phoenix and driving him out of BWF at Vertigo 2004, "Ice" set his sights on the International Championship at Retribution. In fact, he came within an eyelash of winning the belt, but a split-second mistake saw Hensley fall to Wacko Marko in his first BWF defeat. However, "Ice" rebounded from this and went on only one month later to defeat Ricky Daniels at Over the Edge in a Ladder Match for the BWF Championship! He held the title until the 2004 Gauntlet Run (becoming the first-ever BWF superstar to successfully retain the title at a PPV in the process), when he lost the title in a triple-threat as Adriana Garcia pinned The Canadian Hero to take the strap. Not one to lie down and take punishment, "Ice" Hensley immediately instituted his rematch clause and got it... at WrestleFest II in a brutal Milwaukee Street Fight, which he won, becoming a two-time BWF Champion. To sweeten the deal even more, Hensley went on that same night and defeated Toco in the main event to unify his BWF Championship and Toco's World Heavyweight Championship and become the first-ever Undisputed Champion in BWF history! He held the title until Verbal Warfare in early March, when he was screwed out of it by Bam and his Sex & Violence faction. However, "Ice" soon rebounded and went after a different goal... the BWF Hardcore Championship, which he captured on the May 2, 2005 edition of Havok!

Title History:
- BWF/Undisputed Champion (3)
- BWF Primetime Champion (1)
- BWF Hardcore Champion (1)