Dominic Garrini vs. Zenshi Confirmed For MLW: Zero Hour

Dominic Garrini's got a match for the upcoming Zero Hour event.

MLW announced that Garrini will take on Zenshi in a singles match at Zero Hour, taking place on January 11 at the NYTEX Sports Centre in the greater Dallas/Ft. Worth area. Garrini, a top Brazilian Jiu Jitsu practitioner, signed a multi-year agreement with MLW. The event will serve as television tapings for upcoming MLW Fusion episodes.

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From MLW:

Major League Wrestling showcases fighting styles from around the world. Saturday night January 11 two disciplines will be tested as Dominic Garrini looks to prove Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu is supreme to Zenshi's high-flying Lucha Libre. 

Major League Wrestling today announced Dominic Garrini vs. Zenshi for MLW: Zero Hour at the NYTEX Sports Centre in the greater Dallas/Ft. Worth area on Saturday January 11. The event will be a MLW FUSION TV taping for beIN SPORTS.

Undefeated in singles competition, Dominic Garrini is all business when the bell rings. A no-nonsense combatant and decorated BJJ fighter who has gone on record that he has no respect for Lucha Libre nor the decorated double champion of South America in Zenshi.

Garrini can back up the fight in his words in the ring. Ice cold, calculated and quick to submit adversaries, “The Crippler of Canton, Ohio” is a feared and respected grappler.  

Garrini is currently a Purple Belt in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu under Chad Kuhn and James Clingerman. A veteran of over 200 Competitive Jiu Jitsu matches and holding countless gold medals from the IBJJF, ADCC, AGC, NAGA, Grapplers Quest and other organizations, Garrini is as real as it gets.

Originally from Atlanta, the tecnico Zenshi relocated a few years ago to South America on a journey of enlightenment.  Now calling Santiago, Chile home, Zenshi reemerges in America as a transformed fighter.

Honoring the bushido code and balancing his fighting and training with the power of zen, the luchador is a peaceful albeit dangerous opponent.

Wearing a colorful mask, the high flying luchador is one of South America’s most popular fighting athletes.   

Thrilling fans and overwhelming opponents with gravity defying attacks, Zenshi is South America’s premier luchador.

BJJ. Lucha Libre. Which style will prevail? Find out LIVE January 11. Tickets start at $15!

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