NWL STL has signed its first homegrown star from south St. Louis County.
St. Louis, Mo. (PRWEB) October 05, 2016
NWL STL has signed 26-year-old Kevin Kwiatkowski to a multiyear contract, making the 328-pounder from south St. Louis County the first talent acquisition of the new company, which is competing with League rival NWL KC for the industry’s top free agents.
Kwiatkowski, who previously worked Midwest rings as Kevin Lee Davidson (KLD), will compete in NWL STL under the name Todd Letterman, a tribute to his days as a standout high-school athlete.
“Back in school, you didn’t see many blue-chippers my size running 4.9 40s and squatting 450,” Letterman says. “Today, I’m the most agile big man you’ll ever see in a wrestling ring. In fact, I’m one of the most impressive all-around athletes to ever come out of St. Louis, and pretty soon everyone in NWL STL and NWL KC will know it.”
League president Major Baisden commended NWL STL for signing a homegrown 5-star athlete to its roster.
“Todd Letterman enters the League with a lofty reputation for athletic excellence in the St. Louis area, so it’s only fitting he’s the first NWL STL signee,” Baisden says. “I believe Letterman has the ability to immediately make a huge impact when NWL STL hosts its initial shows in January 2017.”
The National Wrasslin’ League (NWL) is reviving the historical roots of the business. Fueled by intercity rivalries, the NWL prides itself on family-friendly, storyline-driven programming that delivers thrilling athletic action and entertaining characters. For more information, contact Travis S. Bowden, VP of marketing, at (323) 449-9354, or at tbowden(at)nwleague(dot)com.
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