Brian Cage set for MLW debut

By Jason Powell, Prowrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

MLW issued the following press release to promote the May 3 MLW: Intimidation Games event.

“The Machine” Brian Cage will stomp into a Major League Wrestling ring for the first time ever next Thursday May 3rd as he takes on “The Bad Boy” Joey Janela (with Aria Blake) in Orlando at the MLW Fusion TV tapings, part of the MLW: Intimidation Games event, hosted by Gilt Nightclub.

The powerhouse wrestler who has crushed the competition coast to coast will be tested as he takes on an unorthodox adversary who just happens to be one of MLW’s most popular and unpredictable wrestlers in Joey Janela.

“Styles make fights,” said MLW CEO Court Bauer. “Cage is a freak. He’s got unprecedented power but a vertical leap that would put most to shame in the NFL combine. This will be a battle of a power wrestler versus a complete maniac brawler… and I can’t wait.”

Will the Bad Boy outwit and out brawl his opponent or will the Machine triumph with his immense power and uncanny agility? Find out next Thursday!

Tickets are on sale now at https://www.MLWTickets.com for Major League Wrestling’s May 3rd FUSION TV taping for beIN SPORTS.

Ticket prices range from $15-$45 with a limited number of “VIP Packages” also available.

You can purchase tickets now at https://www.MLWTickets.com.

Powell’s POV: MLW previously announced Shane Strickland vs. Pentagon Jr. for the MLW Championship, which is currently a battle between the MLW Champion and the current Impact World Champion. They are also advertising ACH vs. Rey Fenix, and Jeff Cobb vs. Jake Hager (f/k/a Jack Swagger). If you attend the event, you are encouraged to send a report to dotnetjason@gmail.com. Want to know more about MLW? Listen to my one-hour interview with MLW promoter Court Bauer below.




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Readers Comments (2)

  1. Fascinating, any chance of a review of it and the debut MLW TV for those not living in the United States.

    • Hopefully. I have a ton of channels on DirecTV. Unfortunately, beIN Sports is not one of them. Court Bauer is trying to arrange a screener, but I haven’t actually seen the show yet.

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