Cornette was so uncomfortable during Tom Lawlor/Jimmy Havoc. Amazed he didn't walk out tbh
I would agree, sure they are on a smaller budget but they are doing their best with what they have, and they have some interesting talent.recently foiund MLW and they are currently the best American promotion in the country atm (AEW needs to run their shows and prove themselves first)
Jacob Fatu and Pillman Jr are blue chippers and I fully expect them in the next couple of years in AEW/WWE
He reaches that "demographic" i suppose. Maybe they are building him up to put over the next star of the company. Build him up as a monster. Someone topples him and becomes the main guy. LA Park leaves/retires.Them pushing LA Park is abit random but maybe they just want to give him one last send off before he retires, He's still very popular in mexico i believe so why not cash in for a year with him
I wasn't sure on Warner at first, when he first appeared I wrote him off as some 'Stone Cold wannabe' but now a few more weeks in and, as you say, he's really good on the mic and MLW seem to enjoy flirting with the hardcore wrestling so he fits that well.I've just literally started watching MLW and caught the last episode after seeing a few people talk about it. Its not actually that bad. Obvious issues with budget/sound but the show was pretty decent. Look forward to more.
That Mance Warner? I think his name is? sounds great on the mic. He could be a great star for them. Anyone know if Pillman Jnr and MJK? will still feature even though signed to AEW?
He reaches that "demographic" i suppose. Maybe they are building him up to put over the next star of the company. Build him up as a monster. Someone topples him and becomes the main guy. LA Park leaves/retires.
Major League Wrestling announced today that Ross and Marshall Von Erich, the sons of Kevin Von Erich have signed a multi-year deal with the company and will debut on 6/1 in Waukesha, Wisconsin..
PWInsider.com has learned the deal is for five years and that the promotion has been in discussions with the Von Erichs for several months about coming on board with the promotion. The discussions had been going on well before the recent Viceland "Dark Side of the Ring" episode on the Von Erich family, which presented them as the next generation of the famed family with the timing of the show airing almost perfectly with MLW's announcement.
The signings are part of a MLW strategy to lock talent they can develop as their own into long-term deals. One place the signings may greatly benefit MLW is Israel as the promotion has a TV clearance there and World Class Championship Wrestling and The Von Erichs were insanely popular in that country.
Marshall, 26 years old and Ross, 30, recently competed in the 2019 ECWA Super 8 in Delaware and have made appearances for Impact Wrestling and Pro Wrestling NOAH in the past.
There is a possibility of Kevin Von Erich appearing for the company but there is no set timeframe for that, we are told.