MLW is set to return to television in November with new content. The promotion shut down during the COVID-19 pandemic, but MLW CEO Court Bauer believes the proper protocols are now in place for the company to return.
Before the shutdown, Myron Reed was climbing the ranks as a top start thanks to his alignment with Injustice and winning the MLW Middleweight Championship.
Speaking to Omar from Playard Wrestling, Reed discussed MLW's impending restart.
"I got so much to prove. I see the list and the mentions and when they ain't talking about the kid it means it is time to reinvent myself and go even harder than before. I got another chip on my shoulder the last time I felt like this I won the MLW Middleweight title so stay tuned bro," he said.
Reed got his start in Kentucky and has already won multiple championships at the age of 23.
When discussing the early days of his career, including wrestling in the backyard, Reed said, "Backyarding was dope, I pretty much trained myself back then and most of my buddies (even though I had no business teaching them anything). I literally did it all back then, I made the stories, edited the videos and ran the Youtube channel. I started in a small town called Central City (In Kentucky) then I eventually went to OVW maybe after 2/3 months of training. I was a tag wrestler at first and I always lived in the moment so I wasn’t worried about being a long time singles wrestler until it started to approach that time."
Reed is still part of the Injustice team, but being part of a team doesn't mean you can't have singles success.
The exact return date for MLW's restart is unknown.