It’s a great time to be a wrestling fan.There’s so much content to digest from all around the world. Mainstays like WWE and New Japan Pro Wrestling continue to produce content while fresh brands like All Elite Wrestling have given wrestling fans, realistically, something to watch every day of the week. But there’s one promotion that is looking to increase its visibility and throw its hat in the metaphorical ring, and that’s Major League Wrestling (MLW).”Major League Wrestling. There’s a lot of comparisons made to AEW who is compared to WCW, and MLW is being compared as a new ECW. That’s because we showcase a lot of next-gen talent and a lot of crazy matches,” MLW owner and promoter Court Bauer told Newsweek. “It’s a more aggressive show.”The Westchester-based promotion is getting ready for its first-ever pay-per-view, Saturday Night Superfight on November 2. Headlined by the MLW World Heavyweight Championship match between current title holder Jacob Fatu (the nephew of former WWE star Rikishi) and famed luchador LA Park, Bauer hopes Saturday’s show positions the promotion for bigger and better things.But the journey to Saturday Night Superfight has been a long one for Bauer and the MLW crew.MAJOR LEAGUE BEGINNINGSBauer… Read full this story
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