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GM Terry the Greek

Terry the GreekFrom:

The Office in Wellington, by way of the Mediterranean

Height:

6' 0" / 183cms

Weight:

341lbs / 155kgs

Finisher:

  • The Colossus Chop (brain chop)

Trademark moves:

  • "The Masterplan" (metal briefcase shot)

Associates:

  • Irishman Mike Ryan

Noteable feuds:

  • KPW management
  • KPW CEO Rip Morgan

Bio:

Believing himself to be innately superior because of his Greek heritage (which gave the world democracy, philosophy and art), Terry the Golden Greek enjoys his exalted position as the KPW General Manager.  However, his ruthless ambition leads him to side only with those of a similar attitude, meaning he has no time for the fan favourites on the KPW roster.  He prefers strategic alliances with like-minded individuals within KPW to consolidate his power base, eager to have someone in his charge wear championship gold.

This biased, self-serving and arrogant attitude has lead him into direct conflict with KPW management on more than one occasion, particularly with KPW CEO Rip Morgan.  This has even lead to direct physical confrontations in the past.

Not above casting his net further afield than New Zealand, in the past Terry has also contracted wrestlers from Australia to travel to New Zealand and take on those he perceives as a threat, such as the tag team of H-Flame and Max Damage.

Always on the lookout for a way to cement his dominance in KPW and the business of professional wrestling, the "mountain of marinated man meat" is always seeking allies in his quest to rule KPW from the inside.  He is never afraid to get involved with a match to assist his ally, usually in the form of a shot from his ever-present briefcase!

Not confining his machinations to work behind a desk, the Golden Greek can also step into the ring to make his point.  He narrowly lost a match to the biggest man in New Zealand professional wrestling Max "the Axe" Damage in 2008, but also holds a pinfall victory over El Ninja.

Cunning, devious, mischievous, a colossus on the mike and in the ring, Terry the Golden Greek is constant thorn in the side of the wider KPW roster.

The man in his own words:

Terry the GreekWho is Terry The Golden Greek? Many would like to know that answer and when they do, many will be envious.  Coming in at 6ft and weighing an amazing 155 kilograms of pure Greek marinated meat, he is a mountain of a man, like Mount Olympus!  He certainly knows what Pro Wrestling is all about and has always harboured a deep passion for this incredible entertainment business.

Through the years, Terry has been fortunate to have been associated with the likes of Steve Rickard, the Godfather of NZ Pro Wrestling back in the day. He has also been fortunate through the years to have met and been given sound advice from the likes of Mark Lewin, Harley Race, Andre The Giant, King Curtis, The Sheik, Abdullah The Butcher, Rick Martel and many more. A well presented man with a quick mouth, a philosophical mind, an attitude that he is proud of, but more importantly to him, the NO FEAR APPROACH he has if being THREATENED or INTIMIDATED, the NO FEAR APPROACH just like his ancestors, the likes of ALEXANDER and LEONIDAS.

He is very proud of his Greek culture, in fact, he believes no other nationality comes close to the Greeks. They are certainly a breed of people and culture way ahead of the rest. That's right, the Classic Greeks, the Golden Greeks, the Greeks who gave so much to the western world, from history, poetry, philosophy, mathematics, architecture,  literature and the Olympic Games. They even invented Wrestling.

For this he believes he should be treated with dignity and respect. He is adamant that if it wasn't for the Greeks and other foreigners here, Aotearoa New Zealand as a country would have GONE TO THE DOGS!

We have all heard and read that famous legend about the Trojan Horse and the western world has a great saying about it: "Beware Greeks bearing gifts".

Well, let's say as of now about Terry The Golden Greek, "Beware Greeks in KPW".

WWE Trialist, Auckland, 11 June 2008.