The site is based on the lives of original characters who are sports entertainers / athletes. Beautiful Strangers has a more character-based approach.It dives deep into the stories on a wrestler's life both on and off-screen.
Set in the backdrop of a wrestling promotion, Worldwide Wrestling Force or the WWF, we will provide avenues for characters to be portrayed in different perspectives and platforms. From the on-screen persona often called as "gimmicks", the hardships of the independent scene, to sky-rocketing their careers, and dealing with backstage politics. We even offer the opportunity to portray the minds behind the scenes. The struggles to become a wrestler and to run a wrestling promotion in the modern world is a genre never fully explored- and it could mean a dosage of creativity. From portraying top wrestlers, aspiring athletes, business executives, celebrities etc- the opportunities in an industry with so many blurred lines cannot be clearer than ever.
The camera pans around the auditorium getting a close look at some of the fans in attendance, focusing on the signs held up and some of the fans wearing specific wrestler cosplay. As the camera scans along the front row of the Ignite audience Amara Natau is seen sitting with her kids cheering and getting into the fun of the show. While she isn’t on the card for the show it’s a little suspicious that the diva who made her big comeback a few weeks ago in her hometown of Miami is now sitting in the front row. She is wearing and Andromeda Spiral branded shirt to show support towards the latest Diva on the roster.
As the Divas make their way to the ring before the Battle Royale the camera again cuts to Amara who, along with her children, is cheering for Andromeda far louder than any of the other girls in the ring.