MLW has moved the location of its November television tapings.
It was announced today that MLW’s Saturday, November 6 TV tapings will now take place at the 2300 Arena in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The event was previously set to be held at Cicero Stadium in Cicero, Illinois. Refunds for those who bought tickets to the Cicero show have been issued by Eventbrite or are available at the point of purchase.
MLW’s Battle Riot tapings were held at the 2300 Arena last month. MLW will also be at the 2300 Arena for a set of TV tapings on Saturday, October 2.
Tickets for the November 6 tapings will go on sale online and at the 2300 Arena box office when MLW returns to the venue on October 2.
MLW will also be taping TV at the NYTEX Sports Centre in North Richland Hills, Texas on Saturday, September 11. That same night, there will be tapings for MLW’s Azteca Underground concept in Tijuana, Mexico. MLW is working with The Crash Lucha Libre for those Tijuana tapings.
Dave Meltzer reported in the latest edition of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter that MLW has closed a new streaming deal that is expected to be announced next week. Meltzer also wrote about the Azteca Underground tapings:
A new streaming deal has been closed and is expected to be announced next week. The deal is expected to include two different one hour shows, one Azteca Underground and MLW Fusion, with a major distributor
The Crash and MLW are working together for a 9/11 show in Tijuana which would be a taping for the Azteca Underground concept MLW is doing. This will be the first show back for The Crash, and it also confirms rumors going back a few months that Konnan and The Crash have made up and would be working together, since Azteca Underground is something Konnan is heavily involved with. Konnan was booking The Crash through 2017 when he was fired because they thought he was jumping to AAA. He said he’d opened up talks to get talent from AAA to appear. He did end up back booking AAA, to a degree. Dorian Roldan is in charge but he works with Roldan
What’s notable is that MLW is also doing television tapings in Dallas that night, so its regular roster won’t be at the show, but likely its Mexican roster will work Tijuana, headed by people like L.A. Park, his sons, King Muertes, Luis Fernandez-Gil (former Dario Cueto, now Cesar Duran as the authority figure) and the hopes were to sign as many people as possible who were part of Lucha Underground. The Crash had advertised Andrade for its first show back. The Dallas show will feature a Team Filthy vs. Von Erichs showdown in a War Chamber, which is the name they use for their War Games remake. It’s a cage over one ring instead of two, with barbed wire on the top of the cage.
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