The "Innovator Of Violence" shares his thoughts.
This past Thursday Major League Wrestling held tapings in Fort Lauderdale, Florida at the 'War Memorial Arena' and those in attendance for the tapings had the opportunity to witness the MLW War Games match. The event will air this upcoming Friday on beIN Sports and will also be uploaded to the MLW YouTube page in the hours following the show.
The War Games match featured the team of Shane Strickland, Tommy Dreamer, John Morrison, Barrington Hughes and Kotta Brazi taking on Sami Callihan, Abyss, Jimmy Havoc and 'The Killer Death Machines' (Jessica Havok & Nevaeh). The former ECW World Heavyweight Champion Tommy Dreamer shared his thoughts on a few of the MLW War Games match participants when he was interviewed by Jim Varsallone of the Miami Herald prior to the tapings. Dreamer spoke about how he has been able to watch Shane Strickland progress over the years, being no stranger to John Morrison and Abyss and Dreamer capped off his response by explaining what viewers will see when this match airs on beIN Sports.
"I’ve watched Shane Strickland grow from a regular indie guy who I didn’t think would make it but had heart and desire and totally turned his stuff around. He’s amazing in the ring." Dreamer continued, "John Morrison I’ve wrestled a million times. I have a long history with him. Sami Callihan has really, really blown up and took off. The Monster Abyss, him and I are no strangers, and Jimmy Havoc, another guy, when you talk about the boom in professional wrestling, he made a name for himself being hardcore in the UK." Dreamer said. "Abyss was supposed to be this big monster surprise, but I’m in my element. I’m back with my people, and everybody in that match needs to worry about me, because once that cage locks, I get to become the Innovator Of Violence. It’s the most powerful drug in the world - adrenaline, and I’m going to go crazy. I’m going to go insane.”
Complete spoilers from the MLW War Games tapings are published here on Fightful and to read about what went down in Fort Lauderdale last Thursday, click here.