|Instant Classic Superstar Pac|
Author has written 15 stories for Wrestling, Dragon Ball Z, and Charmed.
Hey folks. The name's Pierre, but I prefer being called Pac in most places online. I'm a young man in my twenties living in Florida.
I've been doing fanfiction since I was a child, though I've pretty much slacked off on that end in recent years. Partially because I've accepted my lack of ability to do long term projects very well, partially because of moments that have killed inspiration. I'm a major fan of Charmed, professional wrestling, and anime such as Dragon Ball Z, Tenchi Muyo, to a lesser extent a lot of the other Toonami classics, and in terms of more moden works Fullmetal Alchemist (especially Brotherhood which follows the same story as the manga), Bleach, and Naruto (although I'm not a huge fan of the unending mess that story's become). I also got rap skills, hence the "Dizzle" involved in some old pen names I used to have, but I don't shine those out too much anymore.
I used to have one of the longest bios in the history of this site, and I even think I competed with a friend to see whose bio could be longer. But after not having it updated for over two years at one point, I decided it was too much work to keep up. So I decided I'd start from scratch and jot down a few notes for you peeps later on. Over time I've ended up adding in, fixing, and changing things. What you see below is what you see below. Here goes.
My favorite wrestlers currently in/associated with TNA include:
My favorite Knockouts currently in/associated with TNA include:
I absolutely refuse to add a WWE section. I'm gonna say this openly, but I've become so disillusioned with WWE that after the October 8, 2012 episode of Raw, with everything surrounding that show, I actually abstained from watching any piece of WWE's product made since then all the way up until I found out CM Punk retained the championship at Hell in a Cell. I took a gander at Raw the next night, was still left more unimpressed than anything else. Actually, that was only one of a string of WWE pay-per-views where something within the shows leading up to them insulted me so deeply that if I felt the event was terrible, or even if it was just barely passable and the WWE Championship went to somebody else, I'd be absolutely finished supporting the WWE product. And WrestleMania 29, the show that was built up for moments that never came and concluded with John Cena basically getting to own everything, was the last straw for me. That was the show where they finally managed to kill it for me.
The only stuff I've checked out that they've done since then are a few odd segments posted on YouTube after they happened and, since NXT is so far removed from the main roster product it's unreal, a couple of its episodes posted on Dailymotion (and NOT through official WWE channels, either, btw). As much as I want to get behind some of the wrestlers on there, like Dolph Ziggler, the Shield, CM Punk, Antonio Cesaro, the Usos, Christian, Daniel Bryan, Michael Joe Hennig (I refuse to call him McGillicutty), Curt Hawkins, and even The Rock and Brock Lesnar even though they're part-timers and a lot of people have a problem with that, and as much as I respect and remember the rich history of the company even in the 21st century with the Attitude & Ruthless Aggression era heroes and the likes of Edge, I can no longer support or promote the phony, corporate, soulless, insulting, political telemarketing product that the McMahon family and John Cena have turned that company into.
For those who may ask: no, that doesn't mean I plan on deleting all my old fanfics. (Some I did over the past week, when I was going through my stories and trying to sort out what pictures I want to put on them. But that was more of an old shame thing. My understanding of the characters and concepts I was writing were very flawed. I'm talking 2002-2003 stuff here, where I had Shane McMahon become a regularly active wrestler and a member of Team Xtreme; his real-life wife become on-screen talent; factions like DX, the nWo, and even the Ministry of Darkness completely bastardized; and even a couple stories where I threw in Amy Lee, as in the Evanescence singer Amy Lee, as well as CM Punk before I had any idea who or what he was about other than his look. Not to mention a cheesy idea in one of those stories with Amy Lee and Punk where Undertaker kills bin Laden. YES. IT WAS THAT BAD. No matter how people took to those stories or not at the time, no matter how anybody who remembers them or went through them wants to slice it, I just wanna state this for the record right now. I. Fucking. Sucked. I wasn't even 15 years old yet at the time, but still.)
Anyway, I don't really plan to delete any more of my old fics. (Well, except for the Charmed ones, but only because I want to rework my Edge-based OC so he's not as cheesy or at risk for Gary Stu-dom. But that's not directly WWE, so not the point.) I'm even keeping the one where I had Cena as a main protagonist during the Chain Gang days, back during the time I was still a fan of the guy. In fact, because of what I said about still having guys on there that I actually like (and I'm not mentioning the ladies because they're another matter), I'm debating in my mind whether to do a short fanfic centered around the aftermath of an alternate WrestleMania where the rumored "original plan" to have Rock beat Cena again and Ziggler cash in on him is exactly what happens.
I have a couple of other lists to put up, though, non-wrestling-related. When you'll get to see them, I don't know. I need to find a good enough window of time and control to be able to do it, though. Which is especially tough now that I'm in college. (Not that it wasn't before for a guy who sucks at time management.)
As for right now, enjoy my fanfics (probably more than I'd enjoy looking back at them). Any questions, don't hesitate to ask. Peace, everybody. One love.
P.S. Everybody check out Freakin' Yoda. I've recently been partnering with her on some of her stories, and she is amazing at putting it all together.
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