The Washington Post "Misfits" column featured Wrestling to Beat the Streets, DC on February 4, 2014. The program teaches the values and benefits of wrestling to children and teenagers in underserved communities. DC Partner Robert Brams, who represented USA Wrestling’s successful bid to help get wrestling back into the 2020 and 2024 Olympic Games, is the organization’s president. Patton Boggs represents Wrestling to Beat the Streets, DC on a pro bono basis. The nonprofit is trying to raise money and awareness for a planned expansion in the fall, including the possibility of a program that would be open to any District student.