MLW Never Say Never lineup (reports needed): Savio Vega challenging for a title in his MLW debut

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

The following matches are advertised for the MLW Never Say Never event that will be held Thursday, July 25 in New York, New York at Melrose Ballroom.

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

-Teddy Hart vs. MJF for the MLW Middleweight Championship.

-Alex Hammerstone vs. Savio Vega for the MLW National Openweight Championship.

-LA Park vs. Jimmy Havoc.

-Davey Boy Smith Jr. vs. Timothy Thatcher.

-Austin Aries vs. Ace Austin.

-Bestia 666 vs. Rey Horus.

-Low Ki vs. Jimmy Yuta.

Powell’s POV: The MLW National Openweight Championship match was announced today. MLW is also advertising Brian Pillman Jr., Richard Holliday, Salina de la Renta, Ross Von Erich, Marshall Von Erich, Mance Warner, Hijo de LA Park, Ricky Martinez, Air Wolf, Konnan, Myron Reed, and Jordan Oliver. For ticket information, visit MLWTickets.com. We are looking for reports from thee tapings. If you are going and want to help, email me at dotnetjason@gmail.com.


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Readers Comments (2)

  1. Wow, newcomers, to MLW automatically, get title shots. Save us AEW. Dolph Ziggler was gone for months, comes back, attack Kofi and get a shot in WWE. Michael Elgin comes into Impact, attacks Cage and automatically gets a title shot. Its becoming more and more impossible for me to suspend belief with pro wrestling

    • Write This Way July 17, 2019 @ 3:07 pm

      Yawn. MLW is an actual pro wrestling company that is growing due to quality not a billionaire money mark. AEW has been better than I expected, but still not good. MLW is anywhere from passable to really good while AEW has had a ton of moronic, industry killing garbage.

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