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Kristopher Klein, better known by his ringname Baron von Lector, (born December 10, 1977) is a German/American independent professional wrestler currently working in the southeastern United States. He began his training in 2001 by southern legends Steve Armstrong, Road Dogg Jesse James, and current WWE referee Scott Armstrong.
Southern Pro Wrestling (2001)
Lecter began his wrestling career wrestling (as Chris Callous) for the Armstrong family's Southern Pro Wrestling in 2001. He engaged in a short feud with Mr. Fantasy which ended in a "Loser Leaves Town" match in September of the same year.
Powerslam Championship Wrestling (2001-2002)
In January 2002, Baron von Lecter (still as Chris Callous) started wrestling for Lord Biscuit's Powerslam Championship Wrestling. Here, he engaged in a feud with Xtreme G and winning his first championship, the PCW Junior Heavyweight Champion. He won this championship while introducing the Florida Panhandle to his version of the Crucifixion Match. In 2002, Powerslam Championship Wrestling shut down.
West Florida Wrestling (2002)
Baron von Lecter wrestled one match for "The Silver Foxx" Bobby Wilson and West Florida Wrestling (as Chris Lecter). He defeated HurriKane Dudley in a Crucifixion Match, running his record to 2-0 in this type of match.
Culture Shock Wrestling (2002-2005)
In 2002, Lecter joined Culture Shock Wrestling (which was known as Hardcore Pro Wrestling at the time) and won the Extreme Championship in his first match, defeating Rick Ruckus. During his stay, he also went on to defeat Scotty Rayz and win the Junior Heavyweight Championship. In 2005, he teamed up with J.T. Angel to defeat The Beast Brigade and win the Tag-Team Championship. By winning this third unique title, he became one of only a handful of CSW Triple Crown winners. Citing injury and personal reasons, he left the company in 2005.
In 2006, Lecter joined the German Army where he did work as an interrogator.
Culture Shock Wrestling, the return... (2011)
In February 2011, Baron von Lecter rejoined Culture Shock Wrestling. He is currently a member of the stable The FIST. Since his return, he has won the CSW Tag-Team Championship as a member of The FIST, defending the titles with various combinations of the group, including: Victor Cru, Muggs O'Malley, and D.J. Durst.