LowKi (real name Brandon Silvestry) is a former American professional wrestler that's worked primarily in the indies, most notably Ring of Honor, though his first break came from the Long Island Wrestling Federation when he won their Light Heavyweight title. He has also had turns in England's Frontier Wrestling Alliance and TNA as LowKi, later Senshi and WWE as Kaval. His last major run was working in New Japan Pro Wrestling, where he is a three time IWGP Junior Heavyweight Champion. As of June 2013, he has retired from wrestling to pursue a career in voice acting.That Other Wiki has tons of information on his career, read about it here.
Bathos: He stalks out to the ring in a manner reminiscent of Goldberg, but Goldberg is twice Low Ki's size.
Bald of Awesome: Though most of the time (as in the picture) he just kept it cut real close.
Brooklyn Rage: Defied, or maybe not. Low Ki himself does not believe he embodies the trope and in fact works to make sure he does not. Other wrestlers still accuse him of playing it straight however.
Chairman of the Brawl: He threw a chair at Tammy Lynn Sytch (after she had taken off her shoe and hit him with it, was not a work either).
Combination Attack: Used his diving foot stomp with Homcide's vertebreaker to take out Jaw Lethal.
The Comically Serious: ESPECIALLY during NXT and he had LayCool as his "pro/s". His main interaction with them was standing there, silent, holding both copies of the WWE Women's Championship, while Michelle and Layla cranked up the bubbly airhead factor.
Confusion Fu: Has a very unorthodox wrestling style. He primarily uses a variety of chops and kicks, a lot of chops and kicks, and his finishing move is a diving stomp, but he also has a bevy of suplexes, he also has a fantastic Phoenix Splash (corkscrew 450) and has won several matches by submission, he's a really well rounded wrestler.
Eccentric Mentor: Homicide was the one who taught him how to wrestle and feuded with Jim Cornette in an attempt to get Low Ki reinstated into Ring Of Honor.
Finishing Stomp: His Warrior's Way/Ghetto Stomp Finishing Move, where he jumps halfway across the ring and lands on you. It was sometimes preceded by an uncharacteristically high pitched Kiai.
Gamebreaking Injury: He retired from professional wrestling after receiving an abdominal injury in a match with Akebono. Rumors of his retirement had been in circulation all year so perhaps it was merely the straw that broke the camel's back (belly).
I Have the High Ground: While not the central part of his repertoire, outside of the warrior's way/ghetto stomp, his high flying offense was a central attraction for Ring Of Honor (in actuality, Low Ki's enemies special K and Amazing Red were much more flippy).
Jobber: His run with WWE, as Kaval, was this trope played disastrously straight. To a lesser extent, he was also a jobber when he appeared on WWF Metal and Jakked.
Lightning Bruiser: Never mind his speed, ferocity and endurance, LowKi is deceptively strong, his Ki Krusher '99 involves lifting the opponent up as a fisherman suplex and dropping them right on their head.
No Sell: On the independent wrestling scene, LowKi is booked as an extremely dominant wrestler that you can beat the crap out of, but because he's such a determinatorbadass he'll react with just a glare and a scowl.
Pint-Sized Powerhouse: LowKi is a small wrestler, that doesn't stop him from tearing you to pieces with his chops and kicks.
Power Stable: The Rottweilers with Ricky Reyes, Rocky Romero and Homicide. The other three campaigned to get Low Ki reinstated in ring of honor after Jim Cornette banned him for knocking out one of his teeth. He was also part of "RISE" with Shinsuke Nakamura, Giant Bernard, Travis Tomko, and, Hirooki Goto, Minoru, and Prince Devitt in New Japan.
He would later betray RISE for "Great Bash Heel" with Giant Bernard, Rick fuller, Black Tiger, Karl Anderson, MVP and Val Venis. He later joined Great Bash Heel's spiritual successor "Chaos" with Gedo, Jado and Rocky Romero.
Power Trio: Triple X in TNA with Christopher Daniels and Skipper
After winning the second season of NXT due to public vote, Vince McMahon was furious that the audience voted for Kaval over his chosen winner, Alex Riley. He subsequently told the rest of the NXT 2 rookies to go out there and beat him down in what has become one of the worst moments in modern WWE history due to poor booking (The pros were given no direction, so were left questioning if they were supposed to run down & help) and an atrocious promo by Michael McGillicutt. Kaval was booked as a jobber for several months, before he asked for his release from the company.
NJPW sponsors were upset that he had dressed as Agent 47 from the Hitman series for the January 4th Tokyo Dome show and threatened to pull their sponsorship. To appease them, NJPW had no choice but to release him shortly afterwards.
Serious Business: Wrestling is serious business for LowKi, not only is he a stickler for kayfabe, but his character is always played straight.
Shout-Out: LowKi is a reference to the song "No Diggity".
Wrestled the January 4th, 2013 Tokyo Dome show dressed as Agent 47
Signature Move: A sequence of back handsprings into a face kick called tidal crush. A kick to the back of a bent over opponent's head executed by stretching his leg upwards and letting it fall, followed by rubbing his bald head. An elevated cloverleaf he calls the final four. The Matrix dodge, a dragon's bite (inverted dragon sleeper), black magic (a shining wizard feint), and he is also somewhat known for using the key clasher in Ring Of Honor and Zero One.
Small Name, Big Ego: Though he is undeniably talented, many reports from the various indy promotions he has worked for has painted him as an egomaniac with a very high opinion of himself.
Underwear of Power: Low Ki's usual wear, except with the Rottweilers. Kaval had pants in WWE.
Ungrateful Bastard: The end of an era match he had with Sonjay Dutt in USA Pro is believed by many to be Low Ki's best matche ever. Low Ki himself agrees it is one of his better matches or rather says he would if it had happened in a different promotion. This stance is part of the reason why a lot of people do not like him personally even if they are fans of his work.
Ur Example: Became the first ever Ring Of Honor champion, defeating Christopher Daniels, Spanky and Doug Williams.
Wrestling Psychology: He is especially known to be good at working people over, making long term injuries or fatigue easier to sell, his matches with Samoa Joe in Ring Of Honor being a shining example. He is also known for being a fairly stiff worker.