Decorated Lucha Libre star Rush will be making his Major League Wrestling debut at the promotion’s upcoming November event in Chicago, Illinois. Rush, best known for his work with the Mexico City based Consejo Mundial de Lucha Libre (CMLL) and briefly with NJPW as a member of Los Ingobernables de Japon, joins the MLW roster for their next round of tapings for their weekly show Fusion. Check out the press release below, which includes announced matches, and superstars who are scheduled to appear.
CHICAGO – Major League Wrestling (“MLW”) today announced that the leader of one of the sport’s most popular and dominant factions, Los Ingobernables, will make his debut November 8th in Chicago. Arena Mexico’s greatest sensation Rush will arrive Thursday night at Cicero Stadium where he will compete at the MLW FUSION TV taping for beIN SPORTS.
“We’ve been working on this deal for over a half year,” said MLW CEO Court Bauer. “Big players take time to close big deals and Rush is as big as it gets in Mexico. Chicago is in for something special.”
See Rush live in Chicago as he steps foot in an MLW ring for the first time as a part of the MLW: FIGHTLAND card in Chicago November 8th.
Adored by the women for his looks and respected by fans for his brawling style, the second-generation luchador is one of the most sought after wrestlers in the world.
Regularly main eventing CMLL’s Arena Mexico Friday nights where he has clashed in memorable battles with LA Park, Rush now looks towards MLW as he makes his American debut in grand fashion.
Nicknamed “El Toro Blanco”, now the question is WHO will the charismatic and muscular phenom from Puebla battle in his debut? Find out as he debuts at MLW: FIGHTLAND on November 8th in Chicago.
Tickets are on sale now at www.MLWTickets.com.
Signed thus far for MLW’s November 8th FIGHTLAND card:
WORLD TAG TEAM TITLE FIGHT:
Pentagon Jr. & Rey Fenix (c)
LA Park & Hijo de LA Park presented by Salina de la Renta
REMATCH FOR THE WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP:
World Heavyweight Champion Low Ki vs. Shane “Swerve” Strickland
The debut of RUSH