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Mike Letts His Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age & More!

Mike Letts His Record, Net Worth, Weight, Age & More!


Who Is Mike Letts?

Mike Letts is a former collegiate wrestler who was a standout for Maryland University. Mike was a three time NCAA qualifier and secured an All American selection in his Senior year. Mike has won a huge list of titles and awards throughout his time on the wrestling mats. Mike has won multiple ACC Championships along with multiple ACC awards for outstanding performances, he has also won the Beast of the East, PIAA State titles, Buffalo Open, the Nittany Lion Open and the Eastern Michigan State Championship. Mike has also had stunning performances at the Midlands Championships and other prolific open tournaments. Mike has also served as an assistant coach after college as he helps to develop many young wrestlers through the Navy Academy Prep School Wrestling program. 

Power Underhooks by Mike Letts

Mike began his High School wrestling career at Octorara High in Pennsylvania. Mike led his school to consecutive PIAA State Championships in 2005 and 2006. Mike was a phenomenal wrestler as he became one of the top prospects in the country. He won the Beast of the East tournament and posted an incredible High School record of 144 wins with only 19 losses, including two seasons securing 43 wins in each. After graduating high school, Mike travelled to Washington in 2007 where he joined the University of Maryland. As a freshman Mike posted a 31 - 7 overall win loss record. He won 2 matches at the NCAA Championships and went undefeated to win the ACC Championship at 174 pounds. Mike also won 9 straight victories at the Body Bar Systems Invitational and finished third at the Southern Scuffle.

In 2008 as a Sophomore he defeated numerous top 20 ranked opponents on his way to a 23 - 6 overall record, including a 16 - 3 dual record. Mike won his second consecutive Atlantic Coast Conference Championship after winning 4 matches by fall and 1 by major decision. Mike was establishing himself as a top contender at 174 pounds, as he secured another NCAA qualification. In 2009 Mike took a redshirt year as he showed his dominance in his weight class with a 26 - 3 record. Mike secured 16 wins in a row to start his season as he secured multiple title wins. Mike finished first at the Eastern Michigan Open, the North Carolina State Open, the East Stroudsburg Open and the Penn State Open. Mike was named wrestler the week after his outstanding performance at the Eastern Michigan Open. Mike also finished 5th at the Midlands Championship winning 5 out of 7 matches.

In 2010 Mike had a severely interrupted year as he spent the majority of it sidelined from injury. He did manage to win the Buffalo Open and secured second place at the Body Bar Systems Invitational. Mike finished the season with an overall record of 19 wins with 4 losses including a 10 - 3 dual record. Mike was also ranked at number #4 in the country at 174 pounds. In Mike's senior year he was back to his best as he posted another great record of 32 - 8. Mike finished 7th at the NCAA Championships and secured his first All American selection. Mike won another ACC Championship securing the Most Outstanding Wrestler Award for his performance. He was also named to the All ACC Team, and placed first at the Nittany Lion Open. Mike posted an outstanding season as he was ranked in the top ten in the country. Mike graduated from college as he majored in Criminal Justice earning himself a Bachelor’s degree. 

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How Old Is Mike Letts?

Mike was born in Parkesburg Pennsylvania, USA in 1988, he is currently 33 years of age. 

Mike Letts Coaching Career! 

After graduating from college Mike spent his next five years leading the Naval Academy Prep School Wrestling program in Annapolis. Mike has guided his team towards a 6 and 6 dual record in 2012 and a 6 - 1 dual record in 2013 after being edged out by Lehigh in a close 19 to 15 points loss. Mike also directed his team towards a second place at the EIWA Championships, led by Dan Miller in the heavyweight division with his outstanding performance. Mike was instrumental in the development of Dan Miller as he transitioned from a high school prospect into a division 1 wrestler in his freshman year. Mike guided Dan to becoming an EIWA Champion, an All American and to win the Billy Sheridan Memorial award for the most pins in a short period of time. 

As the head coach of the Navy Academy Prep School, Mike has developed many student athletes. His guidance has directly resulted in NCAA qualifiers, EIWA Champions and senior team captains. Mike has worked extensively with guys like; Drew Daniels, Steban Cervantes, Nicholas Gil, Jared Prince and Jaeden Bernstein who became one of the most prolific wrestlers as he won the EIWA Championship, became a four time NCAA qualifier and recorded 113 wins putting him in the top ten for the most wins in NAPS history. After 5 years as head coach of NAPS, Mike has spent the last 3 years as an instructor for the Physical Education Department at NAPS under the new head coach Joel Sharratt.

How Much Is Mike Letts Worth?

Mike Letts has been tremendous throughout his wrestling career, earning finances from sponsorship deals and various coaching jobs. Mike was a head coach for 5 years at the Naval Academy Prep School before settling into a Physical Education role under the Navy’s new head coach Joel Sharratt. Mike has built a net worth of close to seven figures as he continues to raise his stocks considerably. Mike has also begun to film instructional videos through the famous online platform BJJ Fanatics. His instructional video is titled “Power Underhooks” and is available exclusively through   

How Tall Is Mike Letts?

Mike Letts stands at 5 feet and 10 inches tall which is the equivalent of 177 centimetres.

How Much Does Mike Letts Weigh?

Mike Letts weighs in at 174 pounds or 78 kilograms, Mike has been a Champion at the 174 pound weight class and has achieved a ranking as high as number #4 in the nation.

Mike Letts Fight List!

Mike Letts has been a prolific wrestler for Maryland throughout his college years. He has lit up the mats on many occasions, as he has beaten wrestlers ranked inside the top ten. Mike has had a tremendous career as he has fought against many collegiate athletes like; Jon Reader, Robert Hamlin, Tyler Caldwell, Mack Lewnes, Nick Heflin, Chris Henrich, Ed Ruth, Dean Gaier, Phil Moricone, Matt Stolpinski and Scott Griffin.

Mike Letts Best Fight Of All Time!

Mike Letts has had many great wins throughout his exceptional career, including defeating highly ranked wrestlers at prestigious dual meets. Mike has also won events like Beast of the East and other prolific open tournaments like; The Nittany Open, The Stroudsburg Open, The Buffalo Open and other events in North Carolina, Penn State and Michigan. Mike achieved a tremendous win at the NCAA Championships against Ohio State’s Nick Heflin 9 points to 2, as he placed seventh and claimed his first All American selection in 2011. Mike would have his best event at the 2011 Atlantic Coast Conference Championships as he battled his way to the final in the 174 pound division. Mike would take on number #4 Chris Henrich of Virginia University, as Mike narrowly upstaged his opponent 4 points to 2 to clinch the ACC Championship. Mike was also awarded the ACC Tournaments Most outstanding Wrestler and was honoured with an All ACC Team selection. 

Mike Letts Record!

Mike Letts has astounded many Americans with his wrestling ferocity, he has won a multitude of matches throughout high school and college. Mike was phenomenal at Octorara high in Pennsylvania as he posted an overall record of 144 wins with only 19 losses. Mike continued with his dominance throughout his college years at the University of Maryland. He secured an overall record of 131 wins with 28 losses, including a dual record of 59 - 11. Mike also posted two seasons of over 30 wins including his freshman year of 31 - 7 and his senior year with a record of 32 - 8. Throughout college Mike also secured 15 falls, 17 tech falls and 38 major decisions. Mike has a list of accomplishments that include;

All American Selection (2011) NCAA Qualifier (2011, 2008, 2007) Atlantic Coast Conference Champion (2011, 2008, 2007) Senior Team Captain (2011) Multiple ACC Wrestler of the Week, All ACC Team Selection (2011) Nittany Open Champion (2011) Buffalo Open champion (2010) Eastern Michigan Open Champion (2009) North Carolina State Open Champion (2009) East Stroudsburg Open Champion (2009) Penn State Open Champion (2009) Body Bar System Invitational Champion (2007) Body Bar System Invitational Runner Up (2010) Midlands Championship Fifth Place (2009) Southern Scuffle Third Place (2007) Beast of the East Champion (2006) PIAA State Team Champions (2005, 2006) 

Mike Letts Injuries!

Mike Letts suffered from a serious injury during his Junior year in 2010. After securing a 19 - 4 record including 10 dual victories, Mike was hit with a devastating knee injury. Mike tore his ACL which forced him to be sidelined for the rest of his Junior year. With an injury so severe, it threatened to end his college career but Mike had other plans in store. Mike quoted that he was determined to win a National Championship, as his will to recover became considerably apparent. Mike worked extensively with trainers every day during summer, as he was put through rigorous balancing and strength training exercises with cardio elements, so he could maintain his weight and rebuild the strength he lost whilst he was injured. Mike endured through his injury as he got back on the mats in his Senior year to become an All American wrestler.

Is Mike Letts Retired?

Mike Letts retired from competitive wrestling, as he now dedicates his time and knowledge to helping develop many up and coming wrestlers at the Navy Academy Prep School. Mike was an outstanding wrestler throughout his competitive career and has showcased his valuable skills as a wrestling coach. He is determined on guiding many more collegiate athletes towards achieving NCAA Championship stardom.

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