Another match has been added to MLW: Saturday Night SuperFight.
MLW announced that Injustice will face the team of Septimo Dragon, Puma King and Gringo Loco in a trios match for the pay-per-view set for November 2. The match is just the latest added to show, which also includes three title matches and the likes of Brian Pillman Jr., Low Ki and Jimmy Havoc are also signed to appear on the show.
Major League Wrestling (MLW) today announced Injustice (Myron Reed, Jordan Oliver, Kotto Brazil vs. Septimo Dragon, Puma King and Gringo Loco for MLW: Saturday Night SuperFight on Saturday, Nov. 2 live from Cicero Stadium on pay-per-view.
The pay-per-view will be available on all major cable and satellite systems as well digital pay-per-view on iN DEMAND, Vubiquity DIRECTV and DISH.
The pay-per-view will be available to stream live worldwide and on demand at FITE TV. You can pre-order at: MLW.tv.
For months Gringo Loco has been quarreling with Injustice and fighting the odds as the trio continuously remain a thorn in the Chicago native's side.
That all changes at SuperFight as Gringo Loco has recruited two compadres from Mexico in Septimo Dragon and Puma King. The six wrestlers will now square off in what promises to be a high octane, high velocity trios encounter live on PPV.
In what will be the newly signed Septimo's sophomore outing in MLW, the young aerialist looks to showcase his talents to the world on PPV. The frisky feline luchador Puma King, ever a mischievous and unorthodox luchador, adds an unpredictable element to Gringo's team.
But are these compadres equipped for the shady rule-breaking methodology that has catapulted Injustice to stardom in MLW?
Never afraid to use chains, brass knuckles or even a stolen shoe, Injustice is arrogantly unapologetic in their quest to use MLW to make a statement to the world.
On Saturday November 2 Injustice will have their opportunity to make such a statement... but will Gringo Loco and his compadres stomp out Injustice's momentum?
Below is the updated card:
MLW World Heavyweight Title: Jacob Fatu (c) vs. LA Park
MLW World Middleweight Title: Teddy Hart (c) vs. Austin Aries
"Filthy" Tom Lawlor vs. Timothy Thatcher
MLW National Openweight Title: Alex Hammerstone (c) vs. Davey Boy Smith Jr.
Septimo Dragon, Gringo Loco & Puma King vs. Injustice