Posted by flairwhoooooo on April 15, 2017
Davey Vega has been one of the best kept secrets in the Midwest for some time. One of those reasons is because of his limited exposure in the area due to seeking out challengers outside of the area, but if you were to ask any of the fans of St. Louis Anarchy, they would tell you that he has been a star for years.
MWR agrees with them, but there is no doubt that he has only touched the surface of what he is able to accomplish. Recently at NWL (as Davey Gibson) we watched a wrestling clinic when he went toe to toe with the former Ring of Honor World Champion Kyle O’Reilly in a match at the Casa Loma Ballroom that is an early candidate for match of the year.
Speaking of matches of the year candidates, Vega recently had not one, but two battles that would have to be considered when he teamed with Blood Brother teammate Mathew Grundy ( and fellow 2016 MWR Future Star of the Year Mat Fitchett) against the Royal Blood (Jet and Jax Royal). The two matches left fans wanting more and as my friend Patrick Brandmeyer stated had a feel of the Rock and Roll Express and Midnight Express clashes that set a standard in tag team competition in the 80’s.
Regardless if he is to find success as a singles star or in tag team action, it is our belief that Davey Vega is one of the premier stars in the sport for many years to come. We welcome you to come out next Saturday at Cape Championship Wrestling as we present him with the 2016 MWR Future Star Plaque in the epic card in Cape Girardeau , Missouri when he will take on former TNA star Joey Ryan.
This MWR plaque is sponsored by our good friend Mike Wilson’ Shooter Spotlight, and will feature this very own artwork in the frame.
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Posted by flairwhoooooo on April 10, 2017
By Brian Kelley
Just in case you are one of the few that did not hear Todd Letterman proclaim loudly to NWL correspondent Marti Belle that the Letterman era has begun, this is an bonus warning to all NWL wrestlers from MWR .
Letterman showed off his athleticism, power and perseverance in classic matches during the NWL STL tournament against Skyler Beckett, Marcellus Gaines, Mathew Grundy and then a brutal war with Maverick in the finales that sealed his name in the history books.
When the year started MWR announced that he was one of the 2016 MWR Future Stars of the Year, Todd Letterman would be a star. Little did we know that Letterman would be the man to make history as the first ever NWL STL Championship.
We have a lot of respect for Letterman who has been trained under former ROH WORLD Champion Michael Elgin, took advantage of the Harley Race WLW, WWE, Noah camp and last year wrestled in Europe . No one else looks like him and I can’t say enough about how much upside he has in years to come. .
With that said, we have not been impressed with his attitude and actions as of late in interviews and in the ring, but there is no denying that he is well deserving of being the NWL STL Champion.
Look for updates at MWR on who the new champ will face in his first defense. Will it be Maverick (who had just won a huge match earlier last night against Cornell Douglass, prior to the clash with Letterman for the title) get a rematch and end the era before it gets rolling, or is 2017 the year of the “5 star Phenom” Todd Letterman and we will just have to deal with it?
Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged: 2016 MWR Future Stars of the Year, Brian Kelley, Harley Race WLW, Kevin Lee Davidson, Marcellus Gaines, Marti Belle, Mathew Grundy, Maverick, Michael Elgin, Noah camp, NWL STL, Ring of Honor, Skyler Beckett, Todd Letterman, WWE | Leave a Comment »
Posted by flairwhoooooo on March 31, 2017
We named Kevin Lee Davidson as one of the future stars of pro wrestling in the Midwest, little did we know that the future has come so fast. KLD has transformed into Todd Letterman and with the training of NWL he has used that knowledge and expertise to enter into the finals of the NWL STL tournament in just over a week at the Casa Loma Ballroom after a main event victory against fellow 2016 MWR Future Star of the Year, (formally known as Mat Fitchett) that was a true classic.
Can anyone stop him?
The winner of the “The Bull City Boss” Cornell Douglass and “The Raging Bull” Maverick on April 9th will face Letterman for the first ever NWL STL Championship. Regardless the outcome, we feel confident that we made the right choice in naming “The Five-Star Phenom” Todd Letterman one of our MWR Future Stars.
This MWR plaque is sponsored by our dear friend Brandis Outlaw, and will feature this very own artwork in the frame. In the near future we hope to present it to him in person to honor him on a memorable 2016. .
If you would like to have some artwork done by the very talented Dartallion Allen Jr. here is how to do so. Tell him MWR set you.
Instagram and Twitter: Dartallion21x
9×12 Bristol board sketch : $25/ with grey tones $35
11×14 Bristol board sketch $35
/ with grey tones $45
11×17 Bristol board sketch $45/ grey tones free
Digital color prints 8×10,11×14,11×17
$10, $15, $20
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