Major League Wrestling (MLW) today announced the main event for the league’s first-ever pay-per-view broadcast MLW: Saturday Night SuperFight. The reigning World Heavyweight Champion Jacob Fatu will defend the title against LA Park (presented by Salina de la Renta) in a no disqualification title fight Saturday, November 2 live from Cicero Stadium.

The pay-per-view will be available on all major cable and satellite systems, as well as digital pay-per-view via iN DEMAND, Vubiquity DIRECTV and DISH. The pay-per-view will be available to stream live and on-demand on Fite TV. You can pre-order at

MLW: Saturday Night SuperFight starts at 8 PM EST (1 AM BST the next day) and will be offered in HD for a suggested price of $19.95. For more information about MLW and for up-to-date events information, visit

AEW just released the last episode of The Road to AEW on TNT. You can hear Riho talk about her AEW Women’s World Championship chance. Also, the AEW World’s Tag Team bracket has been unveiled. The Young Bucks will face Private Party. The winners of this match will face the winners of Lucha Brothers vs Jurassic Express.

On the other side of the bracket, SCU will face Best Friends. The winners of this match will face the team that won a bye, Dark Order. The Tag Team Champions will be crowned on October 30, from Charleston.

This past weekend, the former NWA World Heavyweight Champion Tim Storm made a shocking return to the National Wrestling Alliance to answer the challenge of NWA Champion Nick Aldis. Tim Storm Vs. Nick Aldis for the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship is signed for the September 30 almost sold-out TV tapings in Atlanta, GA.

It was in October of 2017, when The NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion at the time, Tim Storm was introduced to the world through the digital series Ten Pounds of Gold. The fifty-year-old school teacher caught the wrestlings world attention by his authentic every-man working-class story. The rivalry with Nick Aldis carried the first chapter of the new era of the National Wrestling Alliance including a high profile match at Championship Wrestling From Hollywood and the rematch in December of 2017 at Combat Zone Wrestling where Nick Aldis defeated Tim Storm for the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship.

Nick Aldis would go on to blaze his own trail carrying the Ten Pounds of Gold including high profile defences in China against Colt Cabana, in Chicago against Cody Rhodes and in Charlotte against Marty Scurll. These classic NWA Worlds Championship matches all caught the attention of Tim Storm who was given an offer by Aldis to one more championship match with a condition. On ‘NWA Ten Pounds of Gold 57’, the story comes full circle as Nick Aldis travels to Phoenix, AZ to defend the NWA Championship against Producer Peter Avalon.

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