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*SPOILERS* MLW Never Say Never Fusion TV Taping Results (12/13/18)

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Spoiler results from tonight’s MLW Never Say Never tapings!

After weeks of hype and anticipation, the time finally arrived as Major League Wrestling took over the Scottish Rite Temple in Miami, Florida tonight for the first of two straight nights of action with Never Say Never, a set of Fusion television tapings for beIN Sports.





Despite some changes needing to be made to the Never Say Never lineup due to injury (read about the change to the main event here), it still boasted some high quality matches that will certainly be must-see for MLW fans in the coming weeks on Fusion. LA Park would go one-on-one with Sami Callihan in a Falls Count Anywhere Match, DJZ made his MLW debut against El Hijo de LA Park, plus Pentagon Jr. stepped into the squared circle to take on Teddy Hart in the main event.

Here are tonight’s results ahead of tomorrow night’s Zero Hour, which will broadcast live on beIN Sports at 8PM EST:

  • No Holds Barred, No Ropes Match: Tom Lawlor defeated Simon Gotch, after the match Lawlor speaks about Low-Ki ducking him for months with the MLW World Title, but they will battle at Superfight in February
  • Salina de la Renta comes out with Ricky Martinez and cuts a promo trashing the city of Miami because it’s Konnan’s city. This brings Konnan out who says he’s in Low-Ki’s head and will be the next champion.
  • The Hart Foundation (Brian Pillman Jr. & Davey Boy Smith Jr.) defeated Tommy Dreamer & Barrington Hughes
  • Kotto Brazil defeated Vandal Ortagun, after the match Ricky Martinez would leave Kotto laying
  • El Hijo de LA Park defeated DJZ
  • Dezmond Xavier defeated Andrew Everett
  • Ricky Martinez defeated Gringo Loco
  • Dragon Lee defeated Rich Swann
  • Ace Romero defeated Ariel Dominguez, after the match Barrington Hughes came to the ring and went face-to-face with Romero
  • Rush defeated Shane Strickland, after the match Rush cuts a promo about wanting to get his hands on LA Park and will bring Los Ingobernables to the USA in the process
  • Falls Count Anywhere: LA Park defeated Sami Callihan
  • MLW World Heavyweight Title: Low-Ki retained over Fred Yehi
  • Teddy Hart defeated Pentagon Jr.

Results c/o @MrJacobCohen





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