Former World Champion Low Ki has successfully appealed his suspension with the state athletic commission, clearing the path for the “Lone Wolf of Brooklyn” to participate in MLW’s restart this fall.
When reached for comment, American Top Team’s Dan Lambert hung up on MLW.com.
After getting into an alleged physical altercation with Team Filthy and American Top Team just moments before a press conference, Dan Lambert hit Low Ki with multiple lawsuits.
Claiming undisclosed damages caused to Team Filthy by having the press conference cancelled, Lambert unleashed a full court press against the World Heavyweight Champion.
Taking it a step further, Lambert successfully got state athletic commissions to suspend Low Ki with trumped up allegations.
Claiming the “Lone Wolf of Brooklyn” to be of unsound mind and unfit to fight, Lambert used his influence to get Low Ki suspended indefinitely.
Often, state athletic commissions honor each state’s suspension, therefore freezing Low Ki for competition in any state, thus putting Major League Wrestling in a position where their hands were tied.
Having cleared his name with all governing state athletic commissions, Low Ki vows to fight Lambert and Mo’s lawsuits en route to a hopeful rematch between King Mo and Low Ki.