Major League Wrestling has announced a big World Middleweight Title match for the MLW Fusion restart on Wednesday, November 18.
It was announced today that Myron Reed will defend his title against Brian Pillman Jr. Pillman will be dropping down to the 205 and under division to challenge Reed.
“Pillman is more see through than a glass door, at the restart I’m gonna leave him on the floor,” said Reed in a press release issued today.
The announcement on Pillman Jr. vs. Reed comes after MLW announced the main event for November 18 earlier this week. That match will see Davey Boy Smith Jr. challenge World Heavyweight Champion Jacob Fatu.
Stay tuned for more on MLW and The Restart. Below is the full Pillman vs. Reed announcement sent to us today:
Myron Reed vs. Brian Pillman World Middleweight Title bout set for MLW Nov. 18 restart
•Stream on fubo Sports Network & YouTube – Wednesdays 7pm
•Watch nationwide on cable & satellite on beIN Sports – Saturdays 10pm
NEW YORK – Major League Wrestling (“MLW”) today announced it will present a double main event when its flagship series, MLW FUSION, returns next Wednesday November 18.
The reigning World Middleweight Champion Myron Reed will defend the title against Brian Pillman Jr. This title bout compliments the Davey Boy Smith Jr.- Jacob Fatu World Heavyweight Championship bout set to kick off MLW’s restart next Wednesday night.
MLW returns Wednesday night November 18 at 7pm ET with the premiere of FUSION on Fubo Sports and YouTube. Fans can also watch nationwide on cable and dish via beIN SPORTS on Saturday nights at 10pm ET and on demand anytime, anywhere on DAZN. Learn more about where to watch.
“Pillman is more see through than a glass door, at the restart I’m gonna leave him on the floor,” said Reed.
Reed and Pillman have been entangled in a bitter feud since last December. Since then, Reed and Pillman have had a war of words… and a few steel chairs have been thrown at each other.
Reed, known as “The Young GOAT”, won the World Middleweight Championship November 9, 2019 in Orlando and has successfully defended the belt against some of the world’s top middleweights, including Japan’s El Lindaman and Mexico’s Drago.
Pillman will be moving down to the 205 and under division to challenge Reed for the fight.