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MLW Announces July 2020 Return to New York

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MLW issued the following:

MLW RETURNS TO NYC JULY 16, 2020; TICKETS ON SALE THIS FRIDAY AT MLWTICKETS.COM
See a live MLW Fusion TV taping at the Melrose Ballroom

NEW YORK – Tickets go on sale 10 a.m. this Friday December 13th at MLWTickets.com for MLW’s July 16th return to New York City at the Melrose Ballroom!

Set your reminder and purchase your tickets at: MLWTickets.com.

The July 16th card, entitled “Never Say Never” will feature a FUSION TV taping for beIN SPORTS, FreeSports in UK and Ireland as well as EGO TV in Israel and StarTimes in Africa.

The Melrose Ballroom will play host to the highly anticipated event and MLW is bringing no shortage of star power to celebrate.

Some of the athletes and talent signed to compete and appear include:

  • World Heavyweight Champion Jacob Fatu and CONTRA Unit
  • Davey Boy Smith Jr. 
  • Brian Pillman Jr.
  • World Tag Team Champions the Von Erichs
  • “Filthy” Tom Lawlor
  • Salina de la Renta
  • The Dynasty
  • World Middleweight Champion Myron Reed and Injustice
  • Mance Warner
  • Low Ki
  • And many more!

Tickets start at just $20.  There are limited VIP tickets available which includes early entry (5:30 P.M.) featuring a Pre-Show Meet and Greet with select MLW fighting athletes.

Please note: General Admission SRO Tickets are: $20 for advance sales, $25 Day of Event at the door.

General Public Doors Open: 6 P.M.
Showtime: 7 P.M.

You can purchase tickets starting this Friday December 13th at 10 a.m. at MLWTickets.com.

Buy tickets starting at $15 at MLWTickets.com.

Matches signed:
NO ROPES BARBED WIRE MATCH
Jimmy Havoc vs. Mance Warner

The return of ACH!

Some of the athletes and talent signed to compete and appear include:
World Tag Team Champions Ross & Marshall Von Erich • World Heavyweight Champion Jacob Fatu and CONTRA Unit • ACH • Salina de la Renta • LA Park • Mance Warner • Hijo de LA Park • Low Ki • MJF • Richard Holliday • National Openweight Champion Alex Hammerstone • Douglas James • Injustice’s Myron Reed, Jordan Oliver & Kotto Brazil • Davey Boy Smith Jr. • Brian Pillman Jr. and more!

More athletes and matches will be announced at MLW.com.

Tickets start at $15 at MLWtickets.com.  Tickets will also be available day of show at the box office unless the event sales out in advance.

General Public Doors Open: 6:00 p.m. with a bell time of: 7:00 p.m.

DRIVING DIRECTIONS:

From I-30 West 
Take I-30 West to I-35 North toward Denton
Take HWY 121 North toward DFW Airport
Exit 22A (Hwy 26 and FM 1938)
Slightly veer left and again to the right onto Davis Blvd (FM 1938)
Take right onto Mid-Cities Blvd
Turn right on Hawk before Birdville High School
NYTEX will be on your right

From the West 
Merge on NE Loop 820
Take TX-26/ Blvd 26 exit
Slightly veer left and again to the right onto Davis Blvd (FM 1938)
Take right onto Mid-Cities Blvd
Turn right on Hawk before Birdville High School
NYTEX will be on your right

From the East
Take SH121 South and SH183 South (Airport Freeway)
Exit Precinct Line Road
Turn right on Precinct Line Road; heading north
Turn left on Mid-Cities Blvd
Turn left on Hawk Ave
NYTEX will be on your right

From the South
Take Loop 820 North
Exit 22A (Hwy 26 and FM 1938)
Slightly veer left and again to the right onto Davis Blvd (FM 1938)
Take right onto Mid-Cities Blvd
Turn right on Hawk before Birdville High School
NYTEX will be on your right

From the North
Take I-35W South to Loop 820 South
Exit Davis Blvd (FM 1938)
Take right onto Mid-Cities Blvd
Turn right on Hawk before Birdville High School
NYTEX will be on your right

PARKING:
Adjacent paved lots provide ample parking.

Media Inquiries 
Tom George
[email protected]

Mila Guzmán
Head of Media Relations
[email protected]

Business Inquiries:
For general business inquires, visit: https://mlw.com/contact-2/.

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Vote For The 2020 Ryno Wrestling Review ‘Golden Horn’ Awards (& Enter To Win Some Great Prizes)

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2020 is nearly over (thankfully), so it’s time to reflect on the year-that-was in the world of pro wrestling.  It’s time for the 5th annual Ryno Wrestling Review ‘Golden Horn’ Awards, honoring the best (and worst) of 2020.

This year’s awards will be 100% chosen by YOU, the fans!  Voting is now open at this link.


As an added bonus (and ‘thank you’ to our listeners), we will be giving away a prize pack to one lucky voter.  To register, just add your name and email to your voting form.  Name and email are not required to simply vote, but ARE required for contest entry.  Voting closes January 10th.

Here are just SOME of the great items our winner will receive…

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Tom Lawlor Confirms He Has Tested Positive For COVID-19

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Unfortunately, MLW’s Tom Lawlor has confirmed that he has tested positive for Coronavirus recently, providing an update on his situation.

The former MLW World Heavyweight Champion noted that he has tested positive, but added that he will be undergoing more tests in the future to check on his status. However, for now, Lawlor has pulled out of certain commitments moving forwards to protect himself and others.


It is currently unknown whether or not Lawlor was part of the recent MLW The Restart tapings, which saw three nights of MLW tapings take place with 16 weeks of TV taped.

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15 Names You May Not Have Realized Are Actually Former TNA/Impact Wrestling Champions

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Photo Credit: https://twitter.com/IMPACTWRESTLING

Can you believe that Impact Wrestling has existed in one form or another for over EIGHTEEN years now?

From its origins as a part of the National Wrestling Alliance, broadcasting weekly Total Nonstop Action pay-per-views, to the creation of Impact television and destination events like Lockdown, Slammiversary and Bound for Glory, hundreds of champions have come and gone through the doors of this Little Engine That Could promotion.


Some of those champions are iconic, becoming synonymous with the letters “TNA”. Names like AJ Styles, Samoa Joe, Sting, Kurt Angle, Jeff Jarrett and Christopher Daniels. Others may have flown under the radar entirely.

On the following pages we have put together a list of FIFTEEN names that you may not have realized are actually former Impact Wrestling champions. We’re willing to bet that even the most fervent of fans may be tripped up by a few of these entries, and those new to the Impact product – prepare to have your minds blown.

Editor’s Note: This column was originally written in 2018.

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