MLW Fightland will be recorded tonight at the iconic ECW (2300) Arena and aired on ViceTV on Thursday, October 7th at 10pm EST. The stacked cards will be the main event by one of the biggest matches in MLW history, as MLW National Openweight Champion Hammerstone will challenge MLW World Heavyweight Champion Jacob Fatu in a winner showdown.
Given what is at stake in the clash between the two dominant champions, this is NS It’s the biggest match in MLW history, and it’s certainly the case with Hammerstone.
“Yes, definitely so [feel this is the biggest match of my life]”Hammerstone said in an exclusive interview. Hammerstone won the MLW Battle Riot III and won the world title match.
“After more than a decade in this business, I finally got the chance to win a world title. Not only does MLW provide a huge platform, but the topic is unrealistic. This is definitely unrealistic. It will be the most noticeable to me. “
The MLW platform has grown exponentially in the last few years as it has recently signed a deal with Vice TV due to increased promotions. Vice TV has been successful in the professional wrestling genre. The dark side of the ring, It has the highest ratings in the history of the channel. The MLW premiered on ViceTV in April of this year, and the showcase on Saturday morning (noon EST) features archived footage of the MLW match.
As MLW enters state-of-the-art networks like ViceTV, up-and-coming stars like Hammerstone have been one of the premier stars in Major League Wrestling for years in independent wrestling, including the challenges and hardships of WWE. We are making great efforts. The Hammerstone secret isn’t that secret, but it’s a story of patience. Hammerstone acknowledges his stint in bodybuilding by building the discipline needed to fight the long and difficult path of becoming a top star in professional wrestling.
“Bodybuilding is translated in one direction above all else. Discipline,” said Hammerstone.
“To succeed in bodybuilding, you need a whole new level of discipline. You have to get used to some suffering, and that’s when I train myself harder for wrestling. Made it possible to press. ”
Few people have a long way to wrestling like Matt Cross, who is looking at the MLW Opera Cup preparing to play Calvin Tankman in the opening round. The Opera Cup has gained fame in the industry and its pedigree dates back more than 100 years. Before rebooting in 2019, the Opera Cup was last held in 1948 and the winner was the legendary Stu Hart.
Cross is very good and may be the most traveled professional wrestler in the world. MJF, who lost the cross in the first All-in match, the predecessor of the historic AEW, has fought in 28 countries and is currently hosting championships in four countries. His journey gave him a perspective on the world of professional wrestling that most others don’t share.
“My work is not equal, it’s wonderful, secular, and it goes beyond all the traditional, literal, and figurative boundaries of professional wrestling,” Cross said in an exclusive interview.
“Overall, most people don’t even have the context to understand them. Currently they hold titles in Switzerland, Germany, France and the United States. Helping enthusiastic wrestling fans shed light on this. I’m sure, but I’m curious how many times that has happened. With no bubbles, I have a clear, unparalleled view of the global wrestling community. I don’t think even Moscow, my hero’s main event, represented the United States in a tournament in Colombia and wrestled in Sudan and Germany. “
Cross’s striking 22-year journey, including appearances at WWE Tough Enough and Wrestling Society X, features an eclectic mix of hardened veterans, up-and-coming stars, and certified blue chippers like Anoa’i family members. Bring him to MLW, and current MLW World Heavyweight Champion Jacob Fatu.
Fatu ranked 31st in the 2021 PWI500 and holds the top MLW title for 819 days. Not to be defeated, Fatu’s Fightland Challenger Hammerstone (PWI 500 No. 54) held a whopping 854-day national open weight championship. I need to give something. As the first and only national openweight champion, Hammerstone intends to continue his historic rule.
“Fatu was definitely a great champion,” Hammerstone said.
“But I don’t just want to be a great champion, I want to be a great ambassador for MLW. I want to win that championship all over the world and keep building it as much as possible. I believe he is the man in the job. “
MLW Fightland will air on Thursday, October 7, at 10 pm Eastern Standard Time on secondary television.