Perhaps no wrestler relies on the classic contrapposto stance as much (or effects it so well) as Ashton Vuitton. As seen above, the 20-year-old Chicago grappler stands with his weight on his right foot, turning his arms and shoulders off axis from his hips and legs. If it looks vaguely familiar, it's pretty much the same pose assumed by Michelangelo's David and every cast member of every production of A Chorus Line. Vuitton's grace in the ring owes something to his background in gymnastics. Even when not standing so as to "offhandedly" display his long body to its best advantage, his movements in the ring, whether in victory or in defeat, are acrobatic and vigorously balletic, as evident in the following shots.