Myron Reed talks time in MLW.
Stables are a popular thing in Major League Wrestling with The Dynasty (Richard Holliday, MJF, & Alex Hammerstone), The Hart Foundation (Davey Boy Smith Jr., Brian Pillman Jr., & Teddy Hart), CONTRA (Jacob Fatu, Josef Samael Simon Gotch, & Ikuro Kwon) and Injustice (Myron Reed, Jordan Oliver & Kotto Brazil) all having success in the promotion.
Injustice will be in trios action this Saturday, Nov. 2, at MLW Saturday Night SuperFight against Septimo Dragon, Gringo Loco & Puma King. Ahead of the event, Myron Reed talked with Andrew Thompson of POST Wrestling about the possibility of trios titles in MLW.
“It’s something that we’d definitely be interested in. Whatever belt they have — if it’s tag team, we gotta do the free-bird rule or the Injustice rule, we will,” Reed laughed. “That’s just that. It just depends on what we have but we’re gonna definitely push it, press it and try to make sure it happens because I think it’s something that could be dope in MLW. Not a lot of companies have a trios championship.”
While Reed has been wrestling since 2016, it wasn't until he got to MLW that he started putting his character work together with his in-ring talent.
“MLW is also one of those platforms that’s gonna get you exposure, it’s going to help you in front of cameras with your character work," he said. "If you ain’t ready to grind, you will be left in the backfield pretty much. You’ll be left in the back. First example: I was going there thinking — when I first started, I was just like, ‘Alright, I’m just going to have killer matches and I’ll be straight’, because I wasn’t really worried about cutting a promo or a character. I was just worried about putting on bangers, and that’s cool and all but what are you gonna do when you got six, seven minutes or whatnot and you gotta get yourself over? What are you going to do? Your cool move? You can’t do everything in five, six minutes. They’re giving us more to run with now. Picking three younger guys that have been there and we’ve all pretty much wrestled each other. We know everything about each other so we’re just in there learning and we’re taking the initiative. When there’s time, we’re just sitting in the back like, ‘Let’s go cut a promo. Can we cut a promo? Can we do something?’ Just trying to push the gimmick and push ourselves as wrestlers.”
Elsewhere in the interview, Reed discussed pushing himself to get further than he is now, wrestling for AAW, and competing against TJP.
Fightful will have live coverage of MLW Saturday Night SuperFight on Nov. 2 beginning at 8 p.m. ET.