MLW Middleweight Title Changes Hands On 3/3 MLW FUSION, Bandido Debuts

There was a title change on the March 3 MLW FUSION

On January 12, MLW announced that Tajiri would be defending the MLW World Middleweight Championship against Myron Reed and a mystery opponent in a triple threat match at MLW Blood & Thunder on January 21. Tajiri won the championship from Reed in a four-way bout that also included Aramis and Arez at MLW Fightland.

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On the March 3 episode of MLW Fusion, Ring of Honor Champion Bandido was revealed to be the third participant in the match with Matt Criss making it a Four-Way. This was his official MLW debut. Despite that, it was Reed who would score the victory, capturing the title for the third time in his career. Tajiri's reign with the belt ends after 111 days.

Recently, ROH announced that Jonathan Gresham and Bandido will clash to determine the undisputed ROH World Champion at Supercard of Honor on April 1. The two were originally set to clash at ROH Final Battle for the ROH World Title, but Bandido was pulled due to testing positive for COVID.

As of last night's episode of AEW Dynamite, Tony Khan has revealed that he is the new owner of Ring of Honor. Learn more here.

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