MLW Signs George Carroll Jr And Jordan Oliver

MLW adds two new talents.

MLW announced they have signed George Carroll Jr. to a senior coordinator position:

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George Carroll Jr. has joined Major League Wrestling’s wrestling operations division as a senior coordinator.

Carroll comes to Major League Wrestling rich in experience working for Ring of Honor for a number of years before taking the helm of New Japan Pro Wrestling’s American expansion where he served as the U.S. Director of New Japan Pro Wrestling.

The Poughkeepsie Journal reports that MLW has also signed 19-year-old Jordan Oliver. 

“This kid is pretty fearless … and has incredible athleticism,” said MLW CEO Court Bauer. “And he connects with the crowd. He’s like a real-life Spider-Man. He dons the gear at night and he’s something else. Jordan’s someone I saw a lot of upside and potential with.”

Oliver is slated to face Kotto Brazil at Rise of the Renegade on Apr. 4 and then compete in Battle Riot II the following night.

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