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MLW Signs a Dragon Gate Collaboration Agreement

MLW Signs a Dragon Gate Collaboration Agreement

Major League Wrestling continues to form alliances with other world wrestling companies. After signing, a few months ago, an agreement with the largest Mexican company Lucha Libre AAA and Pro Wrestling NOAH, now MLW announced last Saturday a collaboration agreement with the Japanese company Dragon Gate.

The company announced the agreement last Saturday in Philadelphia, where the company made new television taping for its weekly program, Fusion, in the framework of the event entitled Fightland.

However, the news of this new collaboration agreement was advanced a few days ago by the journalist John Pollock, of the POST Wrestling portal. Both companies signed the alliance during this past week. The agreement includes that fighters can be exchanged between companies.

But, as Pollock reported, the main objective seems to be that MLW wants to bring the best Dragon Gate stars to the United States, once they go through visa controls and everything is in order. This process can be extended for a while, so the debut of some wrestler of the Japanese company with MLW could be lengthened.

2019, the year of MLW resurgence

Major League Wrestling has emerged as one of the companies to follow after the good year 2019. Not only that, but the appearance of superstars such as Jacob Fatu, LA Park or Jimmy Havoc has made a quality leap to their programs and consolidated A great legion of fans.

In addition, as we have reported, MLW would be looking for an important television home to broadcast its content. That is why he sold his television rights to ICM Partners, a company that is looking for that house, and which has been rumored to be the Showtime payment channel where he can get it.

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Written by Peter Garcia

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