Well guys I have drawn just about everything I can think of and because of that it gets pretty difficult to submit new drawings that no one has seen before. I’ve decided to fulfill some requests for the next week just so I can get on the ball with coming up with new original stuff. To start, I will show you "how to draw Batista", step by step. He measures in at six feet six inches tall and weighs roughly around two hundred ninety pounds. David Michael Bautlsta Jr. was born in Washington D.C. on January 18, 1969. He is, or was as some of you may know, a professional wrestler for the WWE. Even though he is a well-recognized star in the wrestling industry, he wasn’t always living his life in the right direction. As a teen Batista grew up in poverty and lived through a rough childhood. At the age of thirteen, he was stealing cars, and living his life on the edge. When he reached the age of seventeen he was living his young adult life away from home and things weren’t looking so good for his future. That is until he began body building. Before that he was a bouncer for various clubs, and he even did some lifeguard work. Once he was on a steady bodybuilding regimen, he wanted to try out for WCW Power Plant. After being told he wouldn’t make it in the wrestling business, he embarked on another Adventure that brought him to the WWF. The World Wrestling Federation saw something in Batista, and because of this they sent him on a training bout at the Wild Samoan Training Centre under the training hand of Afa Anoa’i. After some years he finally made his wrestling debut for WWE in 2002 with the May 9th episode of Smack Down!. His ring name then was Deacon Batista. Next came tag team wrestling and his partner was D-Von. After successfully going through tag team wins and losses, he went on to join wrestling icons like Triple H, Ric Flair, and Randy Orton as they formed a wrestling team named Evolution. This made him even more popular from the years of 2003-2005. Over the years he gained fame and fortune as being one of the WWE’s prized wrestlers and mentioning his name to this day is always going to bring up some kind of story. He is a humongous package of meat, muscle, and strength, and when if you are six feet or under, approaching someone that is 6’6 and 290 pounds can be pretty intimidating. I think you will enjoy this lesson because it will show you "how to draw Batista" using easy to read instructions, and simple to follow steps. I will be back in a bit with more drawing fun so stay tuned in to see who or what pops up next.