“The Freak” Rhett Giddins looks to flex at MLW One-Shot


This Thursday night “The Freak” Rhett Giddins will be in the house as Gilt Nightclub hosts the return of Major League Wrestling in Orlando, FL on October 5th.

Standing a towering 6’4″ and weighing 245 pounds, both Giddins and scouts will attest that the big man is a certified freak.  With the Florida native in the best shape of his career, Giddins told MLW.com he’s put on a ton of muscle to his 6’4″ frame this year.

An accomplished athlete, Giddins was a Florida high school football star, taking Armwood High School to back-to-back state titles.  In addition to the gridiron, Giddins also has demonstrated a dangerous submission and striking game, training in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu and kickboxing under Rich Dixon.

While Giddins has dealt with many hardships in his life he always looks forward.  The definition of perseverance, Giddins has a pair of dog tags tattooed on his chest representing his daughter, who has inspired him to stay focused as he continues to climb the rankings.

Giddins is an impressive heavyweight wrestler with a finishing move that opponents should be on the lookout for called the BBC, a vicious version of a lariat.

A standout on the Florida wrestling circuit for a few years, Giddins says he is ready for this next big step in his career when he enters the MLW ring.

Experience “The Freak” live Thursday night October 5th at Gilt Nightclub.

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