Tom Lawlor looks to clear the air regarding allegations that he and Team Filthy attacked ACH, damaging him before his upcoming championship match with Jacob Fatu.
MLW has announced that former MLW World Heavyweight Champion, Tom Lawlor will make an appearance on the January 20 episode of MLW Fusion in an effort to address rumors that he was the one behind ACH being attacked outside of a gym in Texas. Lawlor will also address his performance as a referee during the Tag Team Championship match during the Salina De La Renta-produced episode of Fusion on January 13.
Tom Lawlor goes on record on ACH attack this Wednesday on FUSION
NEW YORK — Major League Wrestling ("MLW") today announced "Filthy" Tom Lawlor will go on record on the ACH attack this Wednesday, January 20 at 7pm ET on MLW's flagship weekly series, FUSION, available on YouTube, Fubo Sports, DAZN, and the Roku Channel. Learn more about where to watch.
Following allegations that Tom Lawlor and Team Filthy attacked ACH outside his Austin, TX gym, Lawlor has demanded time on FUSION to go on the record on ACH as well as his performance as a special referee.
MLW has also learned Lawlor plans to protest ACH being selected for a title shot instead of the 2020 Opera Cup winner. Lawlor has been reportedly enraged ever since Fatu's first title fight of 2021 was revealed.
Meanwhile, ACH nearly had his dance with destiny dashed by unknown assailants, who attacked him outside his private gym last night. ACH was treated and is recovering at home but has confirmed he will sign any medical waivers and will stay the course and compete this Wednesday night.
MLW and local authorities continue to investigate the assault on ACH.
ACH, who is a friend and training partner of fellow Texans the Von Erichs, remains focused on his big title fight this Wednesday.
Will Lawlor confess? Will he point the finger elsewhere?
Find out this Wednesday on MLW FUSION at 7pm ET on YouTube, Fubo Sports and the Roku Channel.
Also scheduled for Wednesday's card:
•Jacob Fatu vs. ACH World Heavyweight Championship
•The debut of CONTRA's Daivari
Fans can also watch nationwide on cable and dish via beIN SPORTS on Saturday nights at 10pm ET and on demand anytime, anywhere on DAZN.
Fightful will have live coverage of MLW Fusion every Wednesday.