Sportacus is a main character from the Nick Jr. series LazyTown. He is a self-proclaimed 'above-average' hero who lives in the titular town. He encourages the kids in the town to eat fruit and vegetables (which he calls "sports candy") and play outside instead of sitting around indoors, and is so often engaged in physical activity that he often does flips and gymnastics simply to get from place to place.
In Fiction Wrestling, Sportacus is currently signed to Character Championship Wrestling (CCW).
- Series: LazyTown
- Species: Human
- Height: 5'11"
- Weight: 209 lbs.
- Companies: (Currently) CCW
- Debut: CCW Year 1
- Status: Active
- Billed from: LazyTown
- Allies: Doc Louis Productions (Doc Louis, Bald Bull, Soda Popinski, Aran Ryan)
- Rivals: Tom Brady, Dragon Kids (Max & Enrique), Dan Kuso
- Twitter: @NotSoLazy
Character Championship WrestlingEdit
Doc Louis ProductionsEdit
- Sportacutter (Handspring Cutter)
- Sportakick (Jumping Corkscrew Roundhouse Kick)
- Supernova (Double Rotation Shooting Star Press)
- Cartwheel Evasion, sometimes used as a set-up for various moves
- Diving Hurricanrana Driver
- Grounded Hammerlock, sometimes while performing a headstand
- Jumping DDT
- Monkey Flip
- Multiple Cross Body variations
- Multiple Frankensteiner variations
- Look Ma, No Hands! (No-handed Super)
- Multiple Kick variations
- Corner Backflip
- Drop, sometimes while springboarding or from the top rope
- Dropsault, sometimes combined with a Moonsault onto another opponent
- Enzuigiri, sometimes while springboarding
- Spinning Heel
- Springboard Roundhouse
- Spitting fruit or vegetable pieces into an opponent's face
- Sportsmanship (Split Leg Drop Inverted Bulldog)
- Springboard Corkscrew Back Elbow Smash
- Split-Legged Corkscrew Moonsault
- Standing Flipping Double Foot Stomp, either front flipping or backflipping, sometimes corkscrew
- Standing Phoenix Splash
- Doc Louis
- "The Alpha of Athleticism"
- "The Phenomenal Hero"
- "Adrenaline Rush" by Bushnut
- "Only One Shot" by 615 Platinum Series
- "Domination" performed by Evan Jones and composed by Jim Johnston (used as part of Doc Louis Productions)