Major League Wrestling issued the following press release announcing that “Filthy” Tom Lawlor will defend the MLW Heavyweight championship against Contra Unit’s Jacob Fatu at the July 6th event in Chicago entitled, Kings of the Colosseum. Details are below.
Tickets are moving fast for MLW’s return July 6 Chicao card. Buy General Admission tickets starting at $10 at MLWTickets.com.
Signed thus far for MLW KINGS OF COLOSSEUM in Chicago:
WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP:
“Filthy” Tom Lawlor (c) vs. Jacob Fatu (CONTRA Unit)
Los Parks (presented by Salina de la Renta) vs. Dr. Wagner Jr. & El Hijo de Wagner Jr.
Also scheduled to appear:
Low Ki • World Tag Team Champions The Hart Foundation • National Openweight Champion Alex Hammerstone • MJF • Ross & Marshall Von Erich • Richard Holliday • Mance Warner • Gringo Loco • CONTRA Unit • Myron Reed • Ace Austin • Ariel Dominguez and more!
More matches and wrestlers will be announced at MLW.com.
Tickets start at $10 at MLWtickets.com. Tickets will also be available day of show at the box office unless the event sales out in advance.
General Public Doors Open: 6:00 p.m. with a bell time of: 7:00 p.m.
MORE ABOUT CICERO STADIUM:
An institution in fighting for decades, Cicero Stadium is conveniently located 8 miles from downtown Chicago and very close to the Pink Line. You can get to it from both Interstate Highways 290 and 55.
There is stadium seating, which means there is virtually no bad seat in the stadium.
The venue is located at: 1909 S Laramie Ave Cicero, IL 60804
From Interstate 290, take the Laramie exit heading South and travel 6 blocks. The Stadium will be on the left and you can find parking both North and South of the venue for only $5. From Interstate 55, take the Cicero exit and head north until 22nd Street. Take a left and then a right on S. Laramie Ave. Travel three blocks to Cicero Stadium and parking is both north and south of the venue for $5.
Take the CTA Pink Line to the last stop (54th/Cermak) going South. The station is located between 54th Avenue and Laramie Avenue, just north of Cermak Rd. Walk two blocks north and you’re at the Stadium.