Main League Wrestling and One Professional Wrestling issued the next press launch asserting a brand new partnership that may give attention to expertise change and “different historic alternatives” to collaborate with each other. Full particulars may be discovered under.
Main League Wrestling (MLW) and, the UK’s newly relaunched wrestling firm, One Professional Wrestling (1PW LTD) introduced right this moment that they’ve reached an settlement to determine a landmark partnership between the 2 skilled wrestling corporations.
The partnership will give attention to a expertise change between the organizations and different alternatives to collaborate with one another of their respective markets. Traditionally, 1PW solid comparable partnerships with abroad wrestling organizations, which helped produce a few of the most memorable matches ever seen on UK soil.
The partnership will see present MLW World Heavyweight Champion Alex Hammerstone make his method over the Atlantic to wrestle within the UK for the very first time at 1PW’s return occasion A NEW TWIST OF FATE on October 1st on the Doncaster Dome.
“This settlement will see a few of MLW’s high expertise make their method throughout the pond to wrestle for 1PW in addition to present a platform for the UK’s finest and brightest to shine within the US market,” stated Steven Gauntley, Government Director of 1PW LTD, “1PW has a wealthy historical past of collaborating with abroad wrestling promotions and in 2022 and past, we’ll proceed to construct bridges with numerous companions globally so we may give our followers the premier product they deserve, that includes one of the best expertise from across the globe.”
“Alex Hammerstone has been seeking to defend the world heavyweight championship within the UK at a significant occasion and 1PW’s return is the right alternative,” stated Jared St. Laurent, MLW Chief Working Officer. “That is just the start and we stay up for working extra with 1PW so our nice UK followers have an opportunity to see MLW’s fighters compete dwell.”