Dragón Lee vs DJZ signed for next Friday live special


Two of the most exciting speed demons will clash under the neon lights of Miami next Friday night as Dragón Lee and DJZ tangle in a bout that will air on MLW FUSION LIVE nationwide on beIN SPORTS at 8pm ET / 5pm PT. (buy tickets)

Major League Wrestling today confirmed Dragón Lee vs. DJZ will be a featured match on the first-ever live cable network special presented by MLW and beIN SPORTS on December 14th at the Miami Scottish Rite Temple.

Considered by fans, the Mexican press and luchadores as one of if not the best high–flying luchador in the sport, the reigning CMLL World Lightweight Champion will make his Major League Wrestling debut in 2 weeks at MLW’s December double-shot events in Miami.

Dizzying opponents with moves like the Dragon Driver, Operación Dragón and La Lanza, this técnico is the latest top ranked wrestler to enter MLW as part of the league’s 2019 roster reload, an initiative to give fans fresh and exciting big matches.

One of Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre’s most popular luchadores, Dragón Lee fits MLW’s hybrid wrestling vision, being able to blend his fighting base of lucha with strong style, having competed extensively in New Japan Pro-Wrestling.

Making a global splash for his celebrated rivalry with Kamaitachi, Dragón Lee would go on to win the masks of Kamaitachi and La Máscara before packed houses in Mexico City’s cathedral of lucha libre, Arena Mexico.

Wrestler and Electronica DJ, DJZ is an accomplished middleweight having competed all over the world.  From Japan to Mexico, where DJZ most recently competed for AAA, DJZ impresses fans with a one-of-a-kind illuminating experience.

Employing moves such as the 630º senton, the Filipino Destroyer and the ZDT, opponents never know what to expect when they encounter DJZ’s rapid-fire offense.

See Dragón Lee vs. DJZ LIVE next Friday December 14th in Miami (buy tickets)

Both December 13 & 14th cards are FUSION TV tapings for beIN SPORTS. Tickets are available starting at $15 at MLWTickets.com.

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