By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)
MLW issued the following press release to announce “Ride On Our Enemies” by Monteasy as the official theme song for the Never Say Never event.
NEW YORK — Major League Wrestling (“MLW”) today announced “Ride On Our Enemies” by Monteasy as the official song of Never Say Never on Wednesday, March 31 at 7pm ET, available on YouTube, Fubo Sports, DAZN, beIN SPORTS and the Roku Channel. Learn more about where to watch.
“Ride On Our Enemies,” the official song of MLW Never Say Never will be available on all streaming platforms and online stores this Saturday.
“Never Say Never wouldn’t be a marquee MLW event if we didn’t have something major for our official theme song and Monteasy’s track is 1000% just that,” said MLW CEO & Founder Court Bauer.
A prolific artist, Monteasy is currently working on the highly anticipated Erica’s Son 2 project and a new album, entitled “W.A.R.” With Jon Connor releasing in August. Monteasy’s latest project is a collaboration album with All Varsity Music hip-hop recording artist Jon Connor is a pro wrestling-inspired album that pays homage to some of the biggest stars in the industry.
Monteasy united with former MLW World Heavyweight Champion Shane “Swerve” Strickland to form the hip-hop supergroup, Swerve City. Their latest album, “G.P.S.,” along with their debut project, “From Humble Beginnings,” are also available on all streaming platforms.
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Tune in March 31 at 7pm ET for MLW’s free marquee event Never Say Never to find out!
Scheduled for Never Say Never:
•Jacob Fatu vs. Calvin Tankman – World Heavyweight Championship
•Myron Reed vs. Daivari
•Grudge Match: Jordan Oliver vs. Simon Gotch
Also scheduled: Alicia Atout, Alex Hammerstone, Richard Holliday, and more.
Fans can also watch nationwide on cable and dish via beIN SPORTS on Saturday nights at 10pm ET and on demand anytime, anywhere on DAZN. Learn more about where to watch.
Powell’s POV: The fact that I’ve never heard of the song is probably a sign that it’s cool. I’m an old man who is more excited by the AC/DC t-shirt that Monteasy wore in a photo that accompanied the press release.