MLW signs Leo Brien to a long-term deal

Originally published at MLW signs Leo Brien to a long-term deal

The newest addition to the Major League Wrestling roster is Leo Brien and he has signed a long-term deal with the organization. Leo worked with MLW a handful of times in the past and most recently challenged for the MLW World Tag Team Titles at the Kings of Colosseum show in January.

Here is MLW’s write-up about Leo’s signing:

Major League Wrestling today announced it has signed Leo Brien to a long-term contact.

“Leo is one of the sport’s best kept secrets,” said MLW CEO Court Bauer. “A 265 pound southern brawler that hits like (Stan) Hansen and moves like (Terry) Gordy? You simply don’t see guys like this today.”

Spitting tobacco in the face of opponents while employing dirty and illegal tactics in his matches, Leo Brien is a rawboned, roughhouse wrestler.

Once managed by the great southern wrestling promoter and manager Colonel Robert Parker and trained by Steve Keirn, Brien has recently taken some time away from the sport and entered the profitable bounty hunting business moving to Diablo Canyon, CO.

Leo Brien inks long-term contract

— Major League Wrestling (@MLW) February 23, 2021

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