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MLW News: Simon Gotch’s Prize Fight Challenge At Thursday’s Fusion Tapings

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This Thursday, July 12th, Major League Wrestling will be at GILT Nightclub in Orlando, Florida for its next set of Fusion television tapings. MLW has announced that in addition to an already loaded card, Simon Gotch will be holding his third Prize Fight Challenge:

3RD SIMON GOTCH PRIZE FIGHT CHALLENGE SET FOR MLW’S ORLANDO FUSION TV TAPING THIS THURSDAY

ORLANDO – Team Filthy officially announced today that they will be sponsoring the 3rd Simon Gotch Prize Fight Challenge this Thursday in Orlando at MLW’s FUSION TV tapings at Gilt Nightclub.

The July 12th card is a Major League Wrestling FUSION TV taping for beIN SPORTS with tickets starting at just $15.  Tickets are available at http://www.mlwtickets.com now.

With his June challenger Mike Parrow only lasting 3 minutes, Gotch has upped the cash prize. How much? Find out LIVE Thursday night as a new challenger steps up to challenge the catch wrestler.

Team Filthy, captained by UFC Fighter “Filthy” Tom Lawlor, features a murderers row of martial artists / fighters including Lawlor, Simon Gotch and coach Seth Petruzelli.

What is a Simon Gotch Prize Fight?  Well, according to Team Filthy:

Any and all gentlemen with superb athletic ability are welcomed to step up and try to test their prowess.  If they can last just 5 minutes in an exhibition against the “Great Gotch” without being pinned or conceding, they will win a LARGE sum cash reward.

The question is, who will step up in this prize fight to challenge Simon Gotch? See it LIVE in person! [Buy tickets]

You can purchase tickets now at MLWTickets.com.  Ticket prices range from $15-$45 with a limited number of “VIP Packages” also available. 

The event will be a Major League Wrestling: FUSION television taping for beIN SPORTS.

Signed thus far for MLW’s July 12th card include:

WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT TITLE FIGHT

$60,000 BOUNTY: Shane Strickland vs. Low Ki

WORLD TAG TEAM TITLE MATCH: Pentagon Jr. & Rey Fenix (c) vs. ACH & Rich Swann

GRUDGE MATCH: Jimmy Havoc vs. “Filthy” Tom Lawlor

John Hennigan vs. Teddy Hart

FALLS COUNT ANYWHERE MATCH: “Bad Boy” Joey Janela (with Aria Blake) vs. MJF

Fred Yehi vs. Jake Hager (managed by Colonel Parker)

Jimmy Yuta vs. Jason Cade

Simon Gotch Prize Fight Challenge

Signed to compete: 

Dirty Blondes (managed by Col. Parker)

Sami Callihan 

Salina de la Renta

Barrington Hughes

More matches and wrestlers will be announced in the coming days and weeks at MLW.com.  

Watch Major League Wrestling: FUSION Friday nights at 8pm ET / 5pm PT on beIN SPORTS.  Learn more about MLW’s new TV series: http://www.mlw.com/fusion

This event is an all ages event.

GILT is located at 740 Bennett Rd. in Orlando.

Dress code: There is no dress code for this event. If you stay for the after party at GILT there is a dress code of no hats, shorts or tank tops.

Parking: The venue has a parking lot. Space is available on a first come, first serve basis. There is a small fee for parking at the venue’s lot. Valet parking is also available at GILT.

MORE ABOUT MLW:

Major League Wrestling (MLW®) is a sports media holding company with a focus on professional wrestling sporting events/programming, digital content and ancillary entertainment.

MLW’s weekly TV series, Major League Wrestling: FUSION, airs Friday nights 8pm ET / 5pm PT on beIN SPORTS (with replays at 11pm ET) in the United States, Canada and Puerto Rico.  MLW content has been distributed commercially in in the United Kingdom, Japan, Germany, India, Denmark and Bangladesh among other territories.

MLW Radio Network is the leading provider of professional wrestling podcasts in the world with 5-6 podcasts in the top iTunes 100 in the sports category on the average day.

Like MLW on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/majorleaguewrestling 

Follow MLW on Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/MLW

Follow MLW on Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/majorleaguewrestling 

Learn more about MLW at: http://www.MLW.com

 

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NXT Takeover War Games: Tommaso Ciampa vs. Velveteen Dream

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Results of the fourth match of WWE NXT Takeover War Games, Tommaso Ciampa vs. Velveteen Dream for the NXT Championship!





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Velveteen Dream challenged Tommaso Ciampa for his NXT Championship under the bright lights of Los Angeles at WWE NXT Takeover War Games!

  • Velveteen Dream made his entrance first, emulating the NWO’s Hollywood Hogan with his attire and entrance.
  • During both his entrance and the announcements, Tommaso Ciampa repeatedly kissed the nameplate on his NXT Championship.
  • Ciampa would steal Dream’s “Hollywood” headband, then do the Hogan Ear Cusp, which elicited a huge round of boos from the crowd. Dream would get his headband back, not not after doing the Macho Man throat dive over the top rope and Macho Man double ax-handle off the top.
  • Velveteen Dream would later suplex Tommaso Ciampa over the top rope, sending both men crashing to the floor, doing damage to both competitors.
  • The referee would avoid an errant kick from Dream and catch Ciampa pulling the tights in a roll-up that would have otherwise ended the match.
  • Soon after, Tommaso Ciampa would complete a barrage of offense with a Project Ciampa, but Dream kicked out at two.
  • Dream would hit the Swinging Spike DDT on the NXT Championship, which Ciampa brought into the ring. Ciampa himself would then kick out at two.
  • Late in the match we’d see Ciampa take a shot at Mauro Ranallo, which allowed Dream to take the advantage and eventually connect with the Purple Rainmaker… for two.
  • A short time later, Ciampa would score the pinfall to retain his championship after hitting a Draping DDT on the metal sheet connecting the two rings.

 



 







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NXT Takeover War Games: Johnny Gargano vs. Aleister Black

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Results of the third match of WWE NXT Takeover War Games, Johnny Gargano vs. Aleister Black in grudge match!





Check out Mitchell’s WWE NXT Takeover War Games Coverage!

NXT TakeOver WarGames II


Aleister Black was out for revenge on Johnny Gargano for his unwarranted attack at WWE NXT Takeover War Games!

  • Johnny Gargano hit the ring first, still acting like a babyface (which he should) but questioning the fans’ somewhat negative reaction to him (which he also should). Aleister Black had his usual theatrical entrance.
  • It was noted that this is Johnny Gargano’s 11th Takeover match, the most of any talent on the roster.
  • Johnny took the early advantage, playing mind games with Aleister and showing why he’s still called “Johnny Wrestling.”
  • Both men would trade strikes mid-match before Gargano nailed a Reverse Rana followed by a Leaping Knee Strike from Black.
  • Black stopped Gargano from going for his DIY strike, instead sitting in his trademark position, center ring, and daring Gargano to give him his best shot. Black moved and rolled Gargano up but did not score the fall.
  • The Staples Center broke out into a “Mama Mia!” chant after Black nailed a knee strike when Gargano dove at him through the ropes.
  • Aleister Black would end the match with an exposed knee strike and two Black Mass kicks to score the pinfall victory.

 









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