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MLW News: Big 6-Man Tag Added To MLW Fusion Tapings Next Month In NYC

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Major League Wrestling heads back to the site of Battle Riot at the Melrose Ballroom in Queens, New York three weeks from today, where the promotion will hold its next set of television tapings on October 4th.

Today, MLW has announced a big 6-Man Tag Team match for the event as the new incarnation of The Hart Foundation will take on Rich Swann, ACH and a mystery partner to be revealed tomorrow night on Fusion:

HART FOUNDATION VS. RICH SWANN, ACH AND??? SIGNED FOR MLW’S OCTOBER 4 FUSION TV TAPING IN NEW YORK CITY

NEW YORK – The heated feud between the Hart Foundation and Rich Swann and ACH will escalate October 4th at Melrose Ballroom in Queens, NY as the two teams collide in a trios tag team match as MLW presents FURY ROAD: an MLW Fusion TV taping. Tickets start at just $20 at www.MLWtickets.com

The mystery third member of Swann and ACH’s team will be revealed this Friday night 8pm exclusively on MLW FUSION on beIN SPORTS.  Don’t get beIN?  You can stream new episodes 6:05pm Saturday nights on MLW’s YouTube Channel.

Tickets are available now at MLWTickets.com.

Never shy for making his thoughts known, Teddy Hart ignited the feud on MLW FUSION in early July when he felt ACH and Rich Swann were mocking him behind his back.  Since then, Hart has recruited his cousin Davey Boy Smith Jr. and Brian Pillman Jr. to form a new era Hart Foundation.

Controversy once again struck as the two teams squared off in New York this past July. During the bout, Swann suffered a concussion, which many attribute to the Hart Foundation’s rugged and questionable conduct during the bout.  In the aftermath, ACH had words for the Hart Foundation calling them out for exploiting Swann’s dangerous injury for the purpose of winning a match. 

The teams now look to settle the score in New York City as they square off in what will be a high-octane trios encounter.  The question is WHO is the mystery third member of ACH & Swann’s team?  Find out this Friday night exclusively on MLW FUSION!  

See this trios bout live in New York City October 4th! Tickets start at $20 for this MLW FUSION taping. [Buy tickets]

Signed thus far for MLW’s October 4th card:

LA Park vs. PCO

Hart Foundation vs. Rich Swann, ACH and ???

PLUS:

World Heavyweight Champion Low Ki

Shane Strickland
Jimmy Havoc

Sami Callihan

Plus more to be announced soon!

More matches will be announced in the coming weeks on MLW: FUSION and MLW.com. Plus, it’s a TV taping for MLW FUSION on beIN Sports!

Watch MLW FUSION Friday nights at 8pm ET on beIN SPORTS.  

Stream new episodes of MLW: FUSION online on demand starting at 6:05pm Saturday nights for free at www.youtube.com/majorleaguewrestling

Tickets start at $20 at MLWTickets.com! There are limited VIP tickets available which includes early entry (5:30pm Eastern) featuring a Pre-Show Meet and Greet with select MLW Talent plus complimentary poster.

Please note: General Admission SRO Tickets are: $20 for advance sales, $25 Day of Event at the door.

General Public Doors Open: 6pm Eastern

Showtime: 7pm Eastern.

You can purchase tickets today at MLWTickets.com.

MORE ABOUT THE VENUE:
Located in the heart of Long Island City just minutes away from Manhattan, the Melrose Ballroom is one of New York City’s premiere exclusive venues for live performance, music, and entertainment shows. 

The venue is located at: 36-08 33rd Street Long Island City, NY 11106.

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 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.

MLW content has been distributed commercially in in the United Kingdom, Japan, Germany, India, Denmark and Bangladesh among other territories.

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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WWE Survivor Series 2018: Shinsuke Nakamura vs. Seth Rollins

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Results of the second match at WWE Survivor Series 2018 as Raw’s Intercontinental Champion Seth Rollins battled Smackdown’s United States Champion Shinsuke Nakamura.





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WWE Survivor Series 2018


The second match of WWE Survivor Series 2018 was a first time ever dream match between Smackdown’s United States Champion Shinsuke Nakamura and Raw’s Intercontinental Champion Seth Rollins.

  • After each man presented their storied entrance to the crowd, the action started with a feeling out process between the two champions.
  • It was a hard fought battle early on as neither man could maintain an advantage long enough to pick up the victory.
  • 15 minutes into the match, Rollins was nearly disqualified as he wouldn’t let up on his kicks on Nakamura who was in the ropes.
  • The match crossed 20 minutes as Rollins kicked out of a Kinshasa
  • Rollins  picked up the win at 21:29 following a Curb Stomp.
  • Raw is now up 2-0 early in the Survivor Series PPV.




 

 

 




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WWE Survivor Series 2018: Women’s Elimination Match

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WWE Survivor Series 2018 Asuka Carmella Naomi Sonya Deville Alexa Bliss Mickie James Natalya Tamina NiaJax Ruby Riott

Results of the opening match at WWE Survivor Series 2018, the Women’s Raw vs. Smackdown Elimination Match. Representing Smackdown was team captain Naomi, Carmella, Sonya Deville, Mandy Rose, and Asuka. Representing Raw was Mickie James, Nia Jax, Tamina, Bayley, and Sasha Banks, along with team captain Alexa Bliss.





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WWE Survivor Series 2018


The opening match of WWE Survivor Series 2018 featured the Women’s Traditional Elimination Match that saw Smackdown’s Naomi, Carmella, Sonya Deville, Mandy Rose, and Asuka got to battle with Raw’s Mickie James, Tamina, Nia Jax, Bayley, and Sasha Banks, who were accompanied to the ring by team captain Alexa Bliss.

  • Nia Jax was greeted by a round of boos, and the match started with “Nia Sucks” chants, followed by even louder “BECKY!” chants.
  • The first two competitors in the ring were Tamina and Naomi, but things immediately broke down and saw all 10 women brawl in the center of the ring.
  • Tamina eliminated Naomi with a Superkick at 1:18.
  • Carmella immediately slid in and eliminated Tamina with a roll up at 1:35, followed by a Carmella Dance Break.
  • Mandy Rose connected with what appeared to be a stiff knee to the face of Nia Jax, who tagged out and looked to be checked in the corner.
  • Mandy Rose tagged herself in, stealing Sonya Deville’s pinfall on Mickie James at 7:54.
  • After taunting Sasha Banks, Carmella fell victim to a Bayley-To-Belly, and was eliminated by The Hugger at 9:15.
  • Mandy Rose was eliminated when she tapped out to Sasha Banks Banks Statement at 10:53.
  • Bayley and Sonya Deville were both counted out, and eliminated, at 15:19. This left Nia & Sasha with a one woman advantage over Asuka.
  • Nia turned on Sasha Banks, allowing Asuka to trap her in the Asuka Lock to gain the submission at 19:41
  • A Samoan Drop from Nia Jax gave eliminates Asuka at 20:19, winning the match for Raw
  • Raw takes the early lead at 1-0 (kickoff apparently didn’t count).







 

 

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