The problem with this username is similar to the problems associated with using the term ‘gsoh’.It’s a word you would use to describe someone else not yourself.A true maverick (or someone with a good sense of humour) would demonstrate this personality trait rather than simply use the word.
They show a straightforward nature and confidence but reveal little else and will not jump off the page. Rather than saying something specific about the person it makes the reader wonder what they mean which will probably get them to read on.
Try combining your name with your number one passion and suddenly you will be telling your reader much more about you. The trick with this type of username is to add some relevance in the context of the actual dating profile but try and maintain the intrigue!
Aa maverick; on the face of it this is a clever username and one would think it would obviously lead the reader to assume the writer was unconventional etc.
It must be backed up in the profile itself though to have any real success or the writer may just sound like a fraud! were probably chosen as light hearted and easygoing dating usernames.
They are suitable if the writer is looking for fun and friendship only but not necessarily so good if they are looking for a serious relationship.
They don’t actually tell the reader anything about the writer or their interests and they certainly don’t demonstrate any serious or reliable qualities.
Centrallondonguy or some other geographically specific name works well to attract local potential dates.
Creating an online dating username is fraught with difficulty.
You may not even have considered using anything other than your name before but the reality is that whatever you choose people are going to read something into what you write and it will be the start (or end) of your relationship with them.