George Carroll Jr. has joined MLW. Carroll previously worked for Ring of Honor and New Japan Pro Wrestling. He held the title of U.S. Director in New Japan, as the man at the head of the company’s push into America.
MLW CEO Court Bauer commented on Carroll’s signing.
“The World of MLW never stops…and we keep staffing up. Happy to welcome George Carroll to the group. George is a big get for us.”
MLW was founded in 2002 and ran for two years before shutting down. The company restarted in 2017 and has been going strong since then. MLW features such stars as The Hart Foundation, Ray Fénix, Pentagón Jr. and Filthy Tom Lawlor.
Carroll’s role in MLW has yet to be announced. It’s unknown if he will appear on camera or work behind the scenes as he did in both Ring of Honor and New Japan.
— Major League Wrestling (@MLW) March 15, 2019