- World Middleweight Championship: Lio Rush (champion) vs. Myron Reed (challenger)
- Carribean Champion Richard Holliday vs. Ariel Dominguez
- Laredo Kid vs. Gringo Loco
For five months the world has waited for this rematch. Rush/Reed 2 for the World Middleweight Championship finally happens tonight, presented by newlawoffice.com!
Lio Rush claims he’s cleared out the Middleweight ranks, but the 205 lb. division’s former champ Myron Reed says the undefeated Rush is nothing more than a clout chaser and swears lightning won’t strike twice! With CONTRA in his rearview mirror, “The Young GOAT” vows he’s rebuilt and ready to reclimb the Middleweight mountaintop and take back what’s his. But can he do what no man has done since Lio Rush entered MLW and beat the MOTH?
Some of the absolute best in the world have attempted to hand Lio his first loss in the league, and every single one of them has failed to show up and show out against the self-proclaimed Moneyweight. Is a re-focused and reinvigorated “Young GOAT” the one to finally step up and unseat the undefeated champ? Find out tonight!
Does Josef Samael have final say on who gets a shot at Fatu? If so, what does this mean for Alex Hammerstone and his push for a blockbuster title vs. title fight with the CONTRA Kingpin? Alicia Atout has the scoop as MLW takes an inside look at CONTRA’s alleged World title contract control!
Speaking of Alicia Atout, she will have a scoop on what’s next for MLW after the season wraps up.
What happened to Salina de la Renta? Azteca Underground promises “grand festivities and consequences” as the league closes out the season.
In more high octane Middleweight action, Laredo Kid takes to the skies against Lucha Libre veteran Gringo Loco!
PLUS: Caribbean Champion Richard Holliday in action! Ross and Marshall Von Erich, “Filthy” Tom Lawlor, and more!
Join Ray Flores, fight analyst Saint Laurent, and backstage correspondent Alicia Atout for a night of top ranked competition headlined by a huge World Middleweight title rematch as Major League Wrestling closes out the season!
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