Brian Pillman eyes his destiny with entry into the Battle Riot

The Cincinnati kid Brian Pillman will battle 39 other wrestlers in the 40 participant 2019 Battle Riot®. (Buy tickets)

With Brian Pillman entering the 2019 Battle Riot®, MLW can confirm all three members of the Hart Foundation will vie for the opportunity to fight for a title shot anytime, anywhere.

A year go Brian Pillman Jr. had just begun his journey in pro wrestling yet was recovering from an injury that had sidelined him for months. The world had yet to see what this bluechip grappler had to offer.

Since that time Brian Pillman Jr. has hit the sport like a tsunami; signing with MLW and joining the Hart Foundation en route to being named the 2018 Rookie of the Year.

Claiming to be “one-third” of the World Tag Team Champions, Pillman has stepped over the bodies of legends like Kevin Sullivan, Tommy Dreamer and now looks to fast track his spectacular ascension by winning the 2019 Battle Riot®.

See Brian Pillman Jr. LIVE April 5th in NY.  (Buy tickets)

Tickets start at $20 at

What is the Battle Riot®? 
A mash-up of a battle royal, royal rumble and anything goes street fight, this super-sized main event will feature 40 wrestlers with new participants entering the ring every 60 seconds.

There will be surprises!

There will be legends!

There will be WTF entries!

And there will be no disqualifications!

Elimination is by pinfall, submission or by throwing an individual over the top rope. 

Anything is possible April 5th in a Battle Riot! 

What does the winner get? 
The winner gets a World Heavyweight Title Shot anywhere, anytime!  It could be that night; it could be in 6 months. The challenger has the key to unlock an instant title shot against whoever the champion is!

Tickets start at $20 at!

See the 2019 Battle Riot® LIVE in New York April 5 at the Melrose Ballroom as MLW presents a live national network special for beIN SPORTS (buy tickets).

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