“Major League Wrestling has come to terms on the release of Teddy Hart.”
MLW used very few words to tell the world Teddy Hart was officially released from the company. The former MLW World Middleweight and Tag Team Champion started with the company in 2004 and was a part of the relaunch in 2017. His last bout with the promotion was on November 9 when he lost the Middleweight Title to Myron Reed.
Teddy Hart is probably the most controversial figure of the Hart family’s third generation. He was released by the WWF in 2002, due to alleged attitude problems. He came back in 2005, working dark matches and then teaming up with his cousins Davey Boy Smith Jr and Natalya on FCW as The “Next Generation Hart Foundation” but Hart was released again. Hart also previously worked for ROH, TNA and Lucha Libre AAA in Mexico.
While he hasn’t been wrestling for MLW ever since his title lost, Hart has been releasing YouTube videos with his girlfriend, ROH wrestler Maria Manic, documenting their lives on the road. Hart also recently attended an NXT event, where he sat with his cat in the crowd. At nearly 40, his wrestling future is currently unknown.
Fresh off of a surprise return last night at MLW’s Opera Cup event, Major League Wrestling today confirmed the return of ACH to the organization, after his recent departure from NXT.
Known for bombarding adversaries with a variety of 450º splashes and signature moves like the Dragon Ball Z (multiple elbows to a cornered opponent followed by a running thrust attack), ACH is a powerhouse anime character come to life.
Wowing crowds around the world, the Austin, Texas native is a dynamic athlete. Combining uncanny agility with blistering strikes, ACH is the evolution of the modern-day fighter. Experience ACH take flight and you’ll agree that this hybrid wrestler is in fact “SUUUUUUUPER”!
MLW has announced its return to Dallas at MLW: Zero Hour at the NYTEX Sports Centre in the greater Dallas/Ft. Worth area on Saturday, January 11, 2020. The event will be a MLW FUSION TV taping for beIN SPORTS.
ACH will compete at MLW’s return to Dallas. A barbed-wire match is set between Jimmy Havoc and Mance Warner, as the new step of a war that seems to never want to end. More matches will be announced in the coming weeks ahead.
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