The Midnight Mafia and Leroy Jenkins are on a quest to dominate the Professional Wrestling industry.
Boston-born Leroy “Snowball” Jenkins comes from a long line of self-professed gangsters. His family legacy was built on their fifty years in the business of pro wrestling. Just four short years ago Leroy decided to carry on his family’s gangster legacy by entering an industry his family made famous. Trained by his daddy and granddaddy before him, Leroy got his start working some of the independent federations in Florida where he moved the daily operations of the Midnight Mafia, his stable of wrestlers, to permanently.
Leroy’s plan is to be the future of the business and a dominating force in Pro Wrestling Fit and any other federation that he chooses. For Leroy Jenkins professional wrestling is about family economics. He knows that everyone he manages will go to the top because he only manages the finest talent and when his guys win, he makes more money. Leroy’s favorite quote is “Win if you can. Lose if you must. But ALWAYS cheat!” In recent years Leroy has had a change of heart and is now a fan favorite along with his stable of champions.
He is gracious to wrestlers like Justin Cage who trained him, and promoters like Rick Love and Kevin Rhodes, among others who have given him exposure. But now the game is all about him, and this gangster is shooting straight to the top of Pro Wrestling Fit CWFL. Leroy’s pride and joy, his stable of highly ranked professional wrestlers, are a driving force in PWF CWFL today. This is why Leroy Jenkins is quickly becoming one of the most sought after talent Managers in all of Florida independent wrestling.
His current talent war with Rick Love started when he somehow managed to get Thump Dupree, a long-time friend of Leroy’s, to join his stable of wrestlers. Both Leroy Jenkins and Rick Love are hosts on the wildly popular Zero 1 Pro Wrestling Fit International Radio show where they often battle wits discussing upcoming and past matches. No one can say for sure how this feud got started but we are sure that this battle of managers will not end peacefully.