Maverick is very much a modern-day gunslinger who has established a national reputation as one of the toughest competitors in the business today.
Kansas City, Mo. (PRWEB) December 08, 2016
NWL STL has signed national wrestling star Moonshine Mantell, who will compete under the name Maverick as part of the terms of his multiyear deal with the League. Maverick will make his NWL STL debut at the promotion's first live event at the Casa Loma Ballroom on January 12.
"Maverick is very much a modern-day gunslinger who has established a national reputation as one of the toughest competitors in the business today," says Travis Bowden, VP of marketing for the NWL, who oversaw the signing during a press conference at NWL Headquarters in downtown KC. "The League commends NWL STL for continuing to look beyond the Midwest to bring some of the country's top wrestlers into the League."
The 6-foot, 240-pounder from Austin, Texas, says he has set his sights on becoming the League's first St. Louis heavyweight wrestling champion.
"I signed with NWL STL for the opportunity to become a champion in what I feel is the fastest-growing wrestling promotion in the United States," says Maverick, who has patterned his wrestling style after such fellow Lone Star State greats as Terry Funk and "Stone Cold" Steve Austin. "I'll always be loyal to Texas, but I am looking forward to establishing myself in the great city of St. Louis and competing in what has traditionally been one of the best wrestling cities in the world."
During the press conference, NWL STL also announced that tickets are now on sale for its inaugural event at the Casa Loma Ballroom, where the promotion will be running shows every other Thursday beginning January 12. Fans can reserve seats now at http://www.ticketfly.com/org/7326.
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