MLW Kings of Colosseum lineup: The updated lineup for Saturday’s Chicago television taping

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

The following matches are advertised for the MLW Kings of Colosseum event that will be held on Saturday in Chicago, Illinois at Cicero Stadium.

-Tom Lawlor vs. Jacob Fatu for the MLW Championship.

-“Hart Foundation” Teddy Hart and Brian Pillman Jr. vs. “The Dynasty” MJF and Richard Holliday in a ladder match for the MLW Tag Titles.

-Alex Hammerstone vs. Davey Boy Smith Jr. for the MLW National Openweight Championship.

-Ross Von Erich and Marshall Von Erich vs. Josef Samael and Simon Gotch in an unsanctioned match.

-LA Park and El Hijo de LA Park (w/Salina de la Renta) vs. Dr. Wagner Jr. and El Hijo de Wagner Jr.

-Mance Warner vs. Bestia 666 in a Mexican Death Match.

-Rey Horus vs. Myron Reed.

-Air Wolf vs. Ace Austin.

-Low Ki vs. Ricky Martinez.

-Gringo Loco vs. Zenshi.

-The Jim Cornette Experience with Salina de la Renta.

-Konnan appearing live.

Powell’s POV: MLW announced the Low Ki vs. Martinez and Loco vs. Zenshi matches since our last update. An hour of this event will air live on beIN Sports on Saturday at 8CT/9ET and will include the MLW Championship match. MLW is also advertising Jordan Oliver and Ariel Dominguez. Tickets are available via MLWTickets.com.

We are looking for reports or basic results from this event. If you are going to the show and want to help, email me at dotnetjason@gmail.com.


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Readers Comments (1)

  1. Write This Way July 5, 2019 @ 9:59 am

    It’s too bad MLW doesn’t have a money mark like AEW does. It seems like MLW is really figuring out the balance of old and new wrestling with their shows.

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