MLW Praised For Safety Measures Taken During Recent TV Tapings

MLW creating a safe environment...

After a long COVID-related sabbatical, Major League Wrestling resumed their operations about two weeks ago, and held their first MLW Fusion tapings in seven months.

A report from Fightful Select indicates that the company went above and beyond to keep their wrestlers safe during the recent taping, and several of those performers reached out to shed light on the specific protocols that were in place.

Fightful's report reads, "As mentioned last week, Major League Wrestling returned to taping, which took place from the weekend through the early part of last week. We got a lot of positive feedback from wrestlers there about the COVID protocols in place. Many wrestled their matches, and went back to the hotels. We were also told MLW had a CDC official present in order to help oversee that things went well.

"In addition, we've been told there are some surprising, bigger names that were at the Major League Wrestling tapings that we wouldn't expect, which have since been revealed to be Lio Rush, ACH and Shawn Daivari."

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