Teddy Hart and Major League Wrestling are parting ways, the promotion has confirmed.
Major League Wrestling has reported via their website that they have agreed to terms on the release of the former MLW World Middleweight Champion Teddy Hart. Teddy has been a staple of the brand since the relaunch in 2017 and is their longest-reigning Middleweight champion to-date.
Teddy's last successful defensive the championship came at the MLW Saturday Night SuperFight pay-per-view where he would defeat former IMPACT Wrestling World Champion Austin Aries.
Typically, Teddy could be seen in MLW as 1/3 of the Hart Foundation faction alongside Davey Boy Smith Jr. and Brian Pillman Jr.
He was last seen on MLW programming dropping the MLW Middleweight Championship to Myron Reed on the episode of Fusion following the Saturday Night SuperFight pay-per-view on November 2. Hart would lose the championship after receiving a fireball to the face.
At this time, no further details have been provided regarding the circumstances of his release outside of a one-sentence statement from MLW announcing that Hart had been released.
Fightful will continue to monitor the story and report any and all updates.