Connie Quinn

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Connie Quinn
Connie Quinn in WWE 2K19, in her "As Seen on TV" persona.
Born October 31st, 1993
Residence [REDACTED]
Wrestling Career
Ring name(s) Connie Quinn (As Seen On TV)
Connie Quinn
Billed height 5'4"
Billed weight 140 lbs.
Billed from Parts Unknown
Trained by Alex Santos
Roxy Bourdon
Amy Roselyn
Debut September 27th, 2015 for
Roses of Sports Entertainment
Notable Fed(s) ROSE
Current Theme "Can't Get Enough of Myself" - Santigold
Miscellaneous Information
Handled by The Doctor

Connie Quinn is a professional wrestler currently trapped in HYPERION. She is a rookie wrestler who is not-so-secretly a giant conspiracy theorist complete with her own show on YouTube, The Conniespiracy. After her show was featured on viral video program Less Than Three, she demanded to be announced as Connie Quinn (As Seen On TV).

Professional wrestling career

Early career & ROSE Training Academy

A wrestling fan since her teen years, Connie applied to the ROSE Training Academy shortly after it opened its doors. While there, she was trained by a revolving door of ROSE roster members, notably Alex Santos and guest instructors Roxy Bourdon and Amy Roselyn. She served as a ring crew member for much of her early career and ROSE's first run, becoming known as Concession Stand Connie by some of the fans due to her ever-present position at the concession stand. She garnered a reputation for being a hard worker that plied her craft at low-level shows around the Ohio and Indiana areas, even if she was somewhat unusual. She was eventually tapped to debut on television when ROSE returned for its second run.

Roses of Sports Entertainment (2015-2016)

Connie Quinn in her WWE2K14 debut.

Connie had her first televised match on the first episode of ROSE's new run. She faced DH Pierce, and before the show underwent a mission to air an advertisement for her latest episode that promised to out the vampiric conspiracy in AES.[1] She would go on to lose that match, but on ROSE Episode 23 would be filmed backstage trying to get to the bottom of a bootleg DVD smuggling ring.[2]. In-between her ROSE appearances and following ROSE's closure, Connie appeared on AES PrimeTime, notably on episode 8 in a Mistletoe Battle Royal five-way where she knocked out Anya Reyes.[3] She has also applied to PHOENIX!'s 2017 revival, but did not appear outside of some blog posts due to it never getting off the ground.

RISE Wrestling (2017-2018)

In 2017, Connie Quinn applied to RISE and was accepted as part of the security team and ring crew. She took her lumps, but was generally unsatisfied watching the show rather than participating, particularly as she had trained for several years and was featured semi-prominently in ROSE.[4] On RISE Part 2, she was scheduled to participate in a battle royal until she was replaced before the show by Ultra-Fighting Green Blazer.[5]

Rise to Fame

Connie in WWE2K16, the debut of her new look.

Before RISE Booster #1, Connie was contacted by viral video program Less Than Three to feature clips from her YouTube show. After the hosts of the show mercilessly made fun of Connie's content, Connie took the opportunity to email RISE management and insist that she be booked as she now considered herself to be a huge TV star.[6] Her first match for RISE, which is also where she debuted her new look and theme, was against Green Blazer in a losing effort.[7]

Following RISE's closure, Connie would be booked for various low-level indies across the country with little success.

Hyperion (2018-Present)

In 2018, Connie found herself trapped on the HYPERION submarine. Stuck in a place with a dangerous cadre of pro wrestlers motivated her to figure out the mysteries of the vessel, which lead to her putting her trust into The Red Blazer and absolutely no one else. Following the apparent deaths of Charlie Proxy and Ryan O'Hare, Connie took it upon herself to lead the charge to seek a way out and keep the survivors together.[8] She also plunged deeper into the depths of the vessel, finding new rooms such as a rec room[9] and more.

She also managed to get a connection to her Twitter while trapped, usually using it to attempt to figure out how to escape.

Personal life

Connie Quinn's birth name is [REDACTED]. She was born and raised in [REDACTED] by [REDACTED]. She has several friends whom she met while studying [REDACTED] at [REDACTED]. These friends help her film The Conniespiracy, her YouTube show that very few people actually watch.

Connie uses many aliases and clever disguises when trying to infiltrate areas and uncover "Conniespiracies", including John Consin[10] and Connor Warner III[11]. She has also referred to herself as Coriander at one point.[12] Her parentage is a mystery but she has on separate occasions claimed that her father is the owner of the Green Bay Packers along with other dubious tales.

In wrestling

  • Finishing moves
  • Signature Moves
    • Forearm
    • Body slam
  • Nicknames
    • "As Seen On TV"
  • Entrance Themes
    • "The Outer Space Machine" by RelliK (September 27th, 2015-July 22nd, 2017)
    • "Can't Get Enough Of Myself" by Santigold (July 22nd, 2017-present)

Championships and accomplishments

  • RISE Wrestling
    • Had a video featured on viral video program Less Than Three.

See also


  1. ROSE Episode 1 (NEW) promo
  2. Connie Quinn vs. Piracy
  3. AES PrimeTime #8
  4. RISE Part 1 promo
  5. RISE Part 2 promo
  6. RISE Booster #1 promo
  7. RISE Booster #1
  8. HYPERION Diary Room - 1/2/19
  9. HYPERION 7 Results
  11. ROSE Episode 1 (NEW) promo
  12. RISE Part 1 promo

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