- Series: Ecco The Dolphin
- Species: Dolphin
- Age: 22
- Height: 6'7''
- Weight: 330 lbs.
- Debut: 1998
- Status: Active
- Billed from: The Sea
- Allies: Flipper, Dolph Ziggler, (Adrian) Neville
- Twitter: @edannunziata
Common bottlenose dolphins like Ecco live in groups called pods that typically number about 15 individuals, but group size varies from pairs of dolphins to over 100 or even occasionally over 1000 animals for short periods of time. Their diets consist mainly of eels, squid, shrimp and wide variety of fishes. They do not chew their food, instead swallowing it whole. Dolphin groups often work as a team to harvest schools of fish, though they also hunt individually. Dolphins search for prey primarily using echolocation, which is a form of sonar. They emit clicking sounds and listen for the return echoes to determine the location and shape of nearby items, including potential prey. Dolphins also use sound for communication, including squeaks emitted from the blowhole, whistles emitted from nasal sacs below the blowhole, and sounds emitted through body language, such as leaping from the water and slapping their tails on the water. Their heads contain an oily substance that both acts as an acoustic lens and protects the brain case.
Ecco was playfully performing tricks with his pod, until one day in midair, a mysterious vortex sucked up his pod and vanished!
Ecco must find out more about the vortex and find his missing pod.
Ecco prefers to use entertaining high-risk offense, despite enjoying a size advantage over most opponents.
- Dolphin Song (Imploding 450° splash) – 2014
- Echolocation (Corkscrew shooting star press)- adopted from (Adrian) Neville
- Zig Zag (Jumping reverse bulldog), sometimes while springboarding- adopted from Dolph Ziggler
- 450° splash, sometimes while springboarding
- Dolphinrana (Dragonrana)
- Dolphin DDT (Handspring backflip into a tornado DDT)
- Dolphin Dive (Springboard corkscrew moonsault)
- Dolphin Play (Headlock while performing a headstand)- adopted from Dolph Ziggler
- Leg lariat
- Multiple frankensteiner variations
- Reverse, sometimes from the top rope
- Multiple kick variations
- Back heel
- Baseball slide
- Dolphin Kick (Super)
- Drop, sometimes while slingshotting
- Multiple shooting star variations
- Knee drop
- Sonar Splash (Standing corkscrew splash)- adopted from (Adrian) Neville
- Multiple suplex variations
- German, sometimes from the top rope
- Northern Lights
- Over the top rope moonsault plancha
- Pop-up into either a cutter or a sitout powerbomb
- Slingshot cutter
- Springboard into either a crossbody or a moonsault
- Standing moonsault sometimes while performing a corkscrew or over-rotated into a senton
- Suicide dive
- Super Dolphin DDT (Moonsault into a tornado DDT)
- "The Dolphin That No One Forgot"
- "Beyond The Sea" by Bobby Darin
- "Here To Show The World" performed by Downstait and composed by Jim Johnston
- "Diamonds" by Manafest feat. Trevor McNevan