Killer Kross returning to MLW, scheduled for SuperFight on 2/26

Killer Kross is appearing for Major League Wrestling for the first time since 2020

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For the first time since 2020, Killer Kross will be appearing for MLW.

As MLW FUSION on 2/10 was coming to a close, it was revealed that Killer Kross is returning to the organization and is scheduled for SuperFight on February 26th in Charlotte, North Carolina.

Kross last appeared for MLW in early 2020 before he started his run with WWE.

Kross has had two matches in MLW. He was a part of an eight-man tag and he went one-on-one with Tom Lawlor which resulted in a disqualification.

His first match since becoming a free agent was for Future Stars of Wrestling and he defeated current MLW talent Jacob Fatu for the FSW Mecca Title. Both Kross and Fatu are scheduled for SuperFight and here’s the updated lineup for the show:

  • MLW World Heavyweight Championship: Alexander Hammerstone (c) vs. Davey Richards
  • MLW National Openweight Championship — Four-Way Match: Alex Kane (c) (w/ Mr. Thomas) vs. ACH vs. Calvin Tankman vs. Matt Cross
  • Ricky ‘The Dragon’ Steamboat appearance
  • Stairway to Hell Match: Jacob Fatu vs. Mads Krügger
  • nZo vs. K.C. Navarro
  • Killer Kross returns
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