Watch MLW Superfight, MLW Going Live Again Next Month, More

MLW presented SuperFight live from the 2300 Arena in Philadelphia this weekend. The promotion announced several live events recently.

MLW Superfight
MLW Superfight

This past Saturday night’s MLW Superfight event from Philadelphia, PA was a huge success for the promotion. The show was very well received by fans online and MLW broke its all-time box office record. You can watch MLW Superfight in its entirety below.

In addition to action-packed card, there were several announcements made about upcoming MLW events:

MLW: Intimidation Games: March 2nd

MLW’s next live event will be the return of Intimidation Games on Saturday, March 2nd from Chicago, IL at Cicero Stadium. This will be another live event on beIN SPORTS.

MLW Returns To Philadelphia June 1st

Hot of the success of MLW Superfight, Major League Wrestling returns to the 2300 Arena in Philadelphia on Saturday, June 1st.

MLW SuperFight II: February 2020 In Los Angeles

MLW Superfight is poised to become an annual show. During the MLW Superfight broadcast, the promotion announced MLW Suoperfight II will be taking place next February from Los Angeles, CA.

Watch: MLW Superfight

MLW World Tag Team Championship:
Pentagón Jr. & Rey Fenix (c) vs. Hart Foundation

Grudge Match:
Ricky Martinez “El Sicario” vs. “The Haitian Sensation” Kotto Brazil

MLW World Heavyweight Championship:
Low Ki (c) vs. “Filthy” Tom Lawlor

Court Bauer Thanks Pentagon, Fenix and Low Ki

Following MLW Superfight, MLW CEO Court Bauer took to social media to thank Pentagon Jr. and Rey Fenix for their 7-month MLW tag team championship reign.

The brothers lost the MLW Tag Team championships this weekend to the Hart Foundation team of Davey Boy Smith Jr. and Teddy Hart.

Bauer wishes Pengaton and Fenix well “wherever they go.” As we covered over the weekend, the Lucha Bros. have agreed to wrestle for All Elite Wrestling (AEW). It’s believed those deals are non-exclusive and they should be able to continue working for MLW, Impact Wrestling and other non-WWE companies.

Court Bauer also thanked Low Ki for all the hard work that went into his MLW World Heavyweight Championship reign. He was defeated by “Filthy” Tom Lawler at Superfight.