MLW parts ways with Sammy Guevara

By Jason Powell, Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

Sammy Guevara and Major League Wrestling are no longer working together. MLW officials were frustrated by what they felt was Guevara going into business for himself during a match with Fred Yehi last year. They were going to bring him back for the SuperFight event in Philadelphia, but Guevara double booked himself.

Powell’s POV: Guevara was never under contract with the company, so it’s not a case of him being released. Rather, MLW pulled Guevara from the SuperFight advertising due to the double booking and are no longer booking him for future dates. Guevara is a talented wrestler and I know that MLW officials were high on him, so it’s a shame it didn’t work out between them.

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