The Chairman vs. the French Canadian Frankenstein. LA Park vs. PCO.
A pair of destroyers. Two of the best brawlers in all of professional wrestling meet Oct. 4 in New York City when MLW presents Fury Road at the Melrose Ballroom in Queens. The card also serves as a national television taping for MLW: FUSION.
While these two are both heavy hitters and definite heavyweights, fans will not be treated to an endless series of headlocks and chinlocks. Both LA Park and PCO are more than willing to take flight. They are also happy to introduce just about anything that isn’t nailed down into the match. There’s a reason LA Park is known as The Chairman. It’s not because he leads a Board of Directors.
Professional wrestling fans worldwide have been enamored with both of these men for years. LA Park is one of the most charismatic luchadores ever. With his trademark skeleton bodysuit, skull mask and omnipresent folding chair, LA Park oozes confidence and badassery. Meanwhile, what’s more badass than a man like PCO? He trains in some sort of scary, secret lab, while being shocked, beaten, etc. Both LA Park and PCO are absolute monsters with high pain thresholds, which makes this match all the more interesting.
“Fans have been clamoring for this match for a long time,” MLW CEO Court Bauer said in an exclusive interview with MLW.com. “We love to give our passionate fans the sorts of matches they want. I’m proud to present these two in New York City and on MLW: FUSION.”
This matchup will have international appeal as media from Mexico, Canada, France and the United States have all been granted credentials to cover this match.
LA Park is representing Promociones Dorado. Salina de la Renta combining forces with World Heavyweight Champion Low Ki gives Promociones Dorado control of the richest prize in MLW. Now, she wants to control the Top 10 as well. A victory for LA Park could vault him up the rankings and make it that much easier for Promociones Dorado, de la Renta and Low Ki to control the heavyweight division.
On the flip side, PCO has yet to be defeated in an MLW ring. He’s also looking to impress League officials and move up the rankings.
Will LA Park’s combination of lucha libre and brawling win the day? Or will PCO’s unorthodox brawling and power be the difference?
Be at the Melrose Ballroom in Queens, N.Y. on Oct. 4 to find out. A limited number of tickets remain. Purchase yours today at MLWTickets.com.