In this week’s Major League Wrestling: FUSION main event, Jimmy Havoc and World Heavyweight Champion Shane “Swerve” Strickland continue their rivalry in a match that has huge implications for the future of both grapplers.
In addition to Swerve vs. Havoc, legendary manager and promoter Colonel Robert Parker makes his return to national television on beIN SPORTS as the Stud Stable’s Dirty Blondes square off with Team TBD, made up of Jason Cade and Jimmy Yuta.
Salina de la Renta — the impresaria of Promociones Dorado — is back with another incredible matchup as remarkable rudo Garza, Jr. faces off with terrific técnico in the 22-year old Ultimo Ninja.
Will Havoc Sweep Swerve?
Jimmy Havoc owns two victories over Shane “Swerve” Strickland in MLW competition. Among those two victories was a brutal death match encounter back in January at MLW: Zero Hour. That match ended with a victorious Havoc raising the hand of Strickland in a show of respect.
But Havoc is anything but predictable. Does the aforementioned respect carry over to this week’s Major League Wrestling: FUSION main event? Does Havoc run his winning streak to three over Swerve? Will the momentum of Strickland’s recent World Heavyweight Championship victory lead him to his first MLW win over England’s Most Dangerous Man? If Havoc goes 3-0 will matchmakers sign a World Title Fight between the two?
Don’t miss this encounter that will major implications on the title landscape in Major League Wrestling!
Stud Stable Creating Tag Team Turmoil?
The Dirty Blondes cost Team TBD a victory recently and tensions are running high for Jimmy Yuta and Jason Cade, who are looking to avenge that loss.
The Dirty Blondes will have Colonel Robert Parker in their corner. The leader of the Stud Stable has never shied away from bending the rules. Will Parker be the difference in this hotly-contested tag team encounter? Or will the young team of Yuta and Cade improve their stock in the tag team division.
High-Flying Luchadores In Action
Salina de la Renta, the impresaria of Promociones Dorado, represents the best grapplers in all of Latin America. Friday night, she will bring an action-packed, high-flying, high-impact lucha libre matchup to MLW: FUSION.
And it’s another family affair. One week after brothers Pentagon Jr. and Rey Fenix faced off in the MLW: Fusion main event, cousins Garza Jr. and Ultimo Ninja square off. Which of these luchadores will make the biggest impression league officials and de la Renta in this battle?
But That’s Not All!
In addition to the amazing in-ring action, top ranked wrestler MVP will make an appearance on this week’s show. The baller from the 305 and master of the Drive By and the Playmaker will assess his upcoming main event matchup with the crazed Worldwide Desperado Sami Callihan. You’ll also see UFC fighter “Filthy” Tom Lawlor, who will demonstrate his unique approach to MMA and professional wrestling.
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