MLW & AAA Presenting Co-Promoted Show On March 13th In Tijuana, Mexico

Major League Wrestling and AAA are taking the next step in their partnership by running a co-promoted event on March 13th in Tijuana, Mexico.

The next step in the partnership between Major League Wrestling and AAA will see a co-promoted show on March 13th in Tijuana, Mexico. The announcement was made on MLW’s official website and it’s noted in the article that the show is taking place at Auditorio Fausto Gutierrez. More information about the show and tickets for the event will become available soon and it is being dubbed that the card will feature top talents from both MLW and AAA.

At MLW’s Saturday Night SuperFight event in November, the partnership between MLW and AAA was officially announced and just several days ago, MLW formally announced their working relationship with Dragon Gate.

Here’s the official press release concerning the news about the March 13th joint-show:

Major League Wrestling and AAA Lucha Libre’s collaboration continues on March 13 with a historic co-promoted card in Tijuana, Baja California, Mexico.

The MLW x AAA event will emanate from the historic Auditorio Fausto Gutierrez.

Information on the card and on-sale date for tickets will be revealed soon.

The card will feature top ranked MLW wrestlers and represents the first-time MLW has united with AAA to present a co-promoted event.

This collaboration between the two organizations continues Major League Wrestling’s strategic alliances with international federations to create a unified global system to help introduce the sport to new markets, exchange talent, collaborate on content and develop opportunities for fans, athletes and the sport.

It is MLW’s mission that these efforts present dream matches, easily accessible high quality content and advancements in the sport.

MLW is coming off of their FIGHTLAND event which featured a match between Tom Lawlor and Killer Kross, who was recently announced as an addition to the WWE roster. For more information about Kross’ signing, check out POST Wrestling’s article about the topic.

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