Full name: Marc Letzmann
Born: July 16, 1980
Height: 6 ft 2 in
Weight: 183 lbs
Double underhook piledriver
Marc Letzmann, who is better known by his ring name, Excalibur, is a retired American professional wrestler. He is currently signed with the new up and coming promotion, All Elite Wrestling as a commentator. Letzmann is one of the six founders of Pro Wrestling Guerrilla. He still works under the designation of "Liaison to the Board of Directors" for Pro Wrestling Guerrilla. Letzmann retired from in-ring competition in 2007. He has become AEW's lead play-by-play commentator.
Marc was a writer for a wrestling video game website, Excalibur was unearthed by Super Dragon online.Excalibur moved to California to begin his wrestling career. He was also pursuing his full-time profession, graphic design. Excalibur lived in Super Dragon's garage for six months before finally renting a place of his own.
Excalibur is one of the six founding members of Southern California-based Pro Wrestling Guerrilla. The owners are collectively known as the "PWG Six". Excalibur fought and defeated Chris Bosh on PWG's debut show. He then became a member of the stable SBS with Super Dragon and Disco Machine. Together they won the Tag Team Championship from Quicksilver and Chris Bosh.
Apart from featuring in PWG, Excalibur began competing for various other promotions namely Combat Zone Wrestling where he tagged up with Super Dragon as his partner, Ring of Honor where he wrestled Super Dragon. He continued till 2006 following which in 2007, he returned to PWG to assume the role of "Commissioner of Food & Beverage", which was later renamed to the "Liaison to the Board of Directors". He also became the company's lead play-by-play commentator.
During Episode 10 of "The Road to Double or Nothing,"Excalibur was announced as part of the All Elite Wrestling announce team. Since April 10, 2019, Excalibur along with Jim Ross and Tony Schiavone provide play-by-play and color commentary for matches on the All Elite Wrestling.