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MLW Fusion Commentators Ray Flores and Saint Laurent welcome fans to the show. Before the show begins, they run through what fans can expect tonight, which include three major title defenses for the IWA Caribbean Heavyweight, National Openweight and the World Tag Team Championships.

Moments ago, MLW cameramen stop Salina de la Renta. They ask her a question about El Jefe, and she interrupted their question by making a statement that she has a bulletproof plan on how her client Mil Muertes is going to take down Alex Hammerstone in tonight’s main event. She says her plan will leave her with all of the gold. El Jefe’s associate comes into the shot and knocks the camera down. He asks her if she cleared the plans with El Jefe. She says what does it matter if she did or not. Then, they both exchange some words in Spanish. We’ll find out what that was about later on.

But now, we turn our attention back to the ring where the first title defense is about to take place!

IWA Caribbean Heavyweight Championship: Richard Holliday (c) vs. Gino Medina

Richard Holliday talks a little trash before shoving Gino Medina. Medina shoves Holliday back, then locks him up with a tightly grasped side headlock. Coming off the ropes, Holliday lays into Medina with a strong shoulder tackle. Medina rises to his feet and sends Holliday towards the apron with a back heel kick. Holliday then rolls out of the ring.

Outside the ring, Medina unloads a forearm strike sending the champion off his feet again. Once the champion pops up to a vertical position, Medina lands a thunderous chop across his chest. Holliday fires back with a slap across the face and then a chop. Medina decks Holliday again before rolling him into the ring. Medina slingshots his way in with a missed sunset flip. Holliday capitalizes with a big clothesline. Cover. Medina kicks out at two.

Medina starts untying the top turnbuckle. Holliday charges over. Medina ducks out of the way, and Holliday slams right into the ring post, shoulder-first. Medina rolls him up with his feet on the rope for just a two count. Medina rolls Holliday up with a snapmare followed by a stern kick to the spin. Holliday finds his offense briefly with a shot, but Medina turns it around with a massive clothesline. Medina hooks the leg. Holliday breaks out at two.

Medina traps Holliday’s hand and stomps on it. Then, in the corner, Medina puts a foot chokehold on the champion. Medina looks for two back-to-back pins, but Holliday fights out each time. Medina misses an enziguri but turns it around with a small package. Holliday kicks out. Medina and Holliday clash with double superkicks before Holliday takes charge with a huge spinebuster at two. Medina blocks a gut wrench with a strong elbow before going for two more near-fall attempts.

Holliday throws Medina over towards the exposed turnbuckle. Medina blocks it the first time. Holliday gets sent towards the corner with another enziguri. Medina charges over and Holliday side steps. Holliday hits his 2008 finisher. Cover. 1-2-3. Richard Holliday retains his championship.

Winner & Still IWA Caribbean Heavyweight Champion: Richard Holliday

Three weeks ago, Marshall Von Erich reinjured his surgically repaired knee in his Chain Rope main event match. Marshall will be out of action for the next ten days. In Kauai, Kevin and Ross check in to see how Marshall is doing. Marshall says he’s doing well with his physical therapy. But he is upset he has to miss work. Their dad informs them that he got off the phone with the GHC Heavyweight Champion Keiji Mutoh (The Great Muta). Mutoh would like to coach Ross right now. Marshall begs to be part of the training seminar. Kevin doesn’t think it’s a good idea. He thinks his son should continue on his path toward recovery. Marshall agrees. He’s excited for his brother Ross to train with The Great Muta.

– Alex Hammerstone makes one final statement before his main event match tonight. He promises he’ll retain his National Openweight Championship.

Up next, Alicia Atout will sit down with TJP following his suspension.

Coming back from the break, we look back on Salina de la Renta’s supremacy since joining forces with Azteca Underground Her clients Los Parks and Mil Muertes are set to compete later on in the broadcast.

After, Alicia Atout speaks with TJP. TJP finds it unnecessary that Atout has to bring he was fined and suspended for attacking Bu Ku Dao. Atout gets the last laugh when she announces that Dao is medically cleared to compete and will see TJP in a grudge match next week.

Up next, Los Parks will defend their World Tag Team Championship!

MLW World Tag Team Championship: Los Parks (c)(w/Salina de la Renta) vs. The Dirty Blondes (Aria Blake)

Salina de la Renta and Aria Blake verbally attack each other. Both teams have to push them back. The Dirty Blondes take advantage of this moment by laying the first shot on the champions. The Dirty Blondes keep LA Park cornered with back and forth stomps. Michael Patrick runs over to the other corner and plants a foot chokehold on Hijo de LA Park. Salina is barking out orders on the outside.

The Dirty Blondes send Los Parks into each other. Hijo hits Michael Patrick with a throat punch. Aria Blake grabs LA Park’s leg on the apron. LA Park shoves her off and comes crashing down on The Dirty Blondes with a springboard crossbody. Los Parks goes for the first cover. The Dirty Blondes simultaneously kick out. Next, Los Park takes turns with midsection kicks. Leo Brien takes Hijo out of the ring. Brien plants a heavy shot on top of Hijo’s back.

Back in the ring, LA Park sends Brien off his feet with a heavy clothesline reversal. LA Park stops the referee from making the count on Hijo. El Jefe’s associate signals for LA Park Jr. to get involved in the match. LA Park Jr. slides in and hits The Dirty Blondes with double low blows. Los Parks then roll up The Dirty Blondes with a schoolboy and retain their championships.

Winners & Still MLW World Tag Team Champions: Los Parks

Post-Match: Salina de la Renta and Aria Blake pick up where they last left off. This time, it leads to fisticuffs. Los Parks and El Jefe’s associate pull Salina off of Aria.

– Following that, we see a montage of Mil Muertes’ undefeated streak. Can he keep his streak alive tonight?

– Mads Krügger wants to remind Alex Hammerstone that he isn’t finished with him yet.

Last week, Alicia Atout spoke with the MLW Middleweight and AAA Cruiserweight Champion, Lio Rush. Rush tells Atout that he has a new nickname: Poseidon. He calls himself this because day in and day out, he’s a fighting champion. Atout would like to talk more about Rush’s music career. Rush adds a little plug for his discography, which is available now on all music platforms. After, Rush pokes fun of the former Middleweight Champion Myron Reed, who he calls a “SoundCloud clout rapper.” He says it doesn’t matter who challenges him. What matters is that he’ll retain every night.

– We look back on Myron Reed’s triumphant victory over Daivari at Never Say Never. Speaking of Reed, he has a message for Lio Rush. He says now that CONTRA Unit is in his rearview mirror, he’s hungrier than ever for a Middleweight Title rematch.

– Next week, Court Bauer will be at MLW. What does the CEO have to say? Also set for next week, Bu Ku Dao and TJP will clash in a grudge match.

And now, the main event. Can “The Nightmare Pendulum” overcome “The Man of 1,000 Deaths?”

National Openweight Championship: Alex Hammerstone (c) vs. Mil Muertes (w/Salina de la Renta)

Alex Hammerstone plants a big boot just seconds after the bell rings. Then, he violently shoves Mil Muertes in the corner and lays a flurry of punches. Muertes escapes out the corner with the same maneuver. Muertes changes the momentum with a body-shattering suplex. Hammerstone runs right into a knuckle sandwich. The champion heads over again and lands an enziguri before climbing up the top rope and hitting a massive missile dropkick!

On the outside, Muertes rams Hammerstone back first towards the apron. Back in the ring, Muertes shoves Hammerstone on the ropes and begins to choke him out while gouging out his eyes. The referee calls for a rope break. Muertes drops Hammerstone with another suplex in the center of the ring. Muertes continues with a vicious DDT. He climbs on top of Hammerstone and clobbers him with multiple right-hand swings. Muertes takes Hammerstone to the corner and begins another series of clothesline beatdowns, causing the Hammerstone to experience temporary whiplash.

Muertes eats a big boot after sending Hammerstone to the other side with a short Irish Whip. Hammerstone side steps his deadly opponent, causing Muertes to fly right towards the ring post. Muertes returns the favor. Hammerstone decks Muertes with a forearm shot and chop combination. Hammerstone keeps it up with a clothesline and big boot in the corner, followed by a huge toss on “The Man of 1,000 Deaths.” Muertes counters Hammerstone with a strong powerslam for a near-fall count!

Hammerstone looks for another big kick for just another two count. Muertes drives his knees into Hammerstone’s spine with a large backbreaker. Muertes hooks the leg. 1-2, Hammerstone pops free at 2.7. Salina de la Renta is in shock. Hammerstone connects a nasty headbutt, suplex and a sit-out powerbomb. Will this be enough. Hammerstone looks for a cover, and Muertes kicks out!

Muertes tries to create some space with a jawbreaker. Both men trade blows. Hammerstone catches Muertes with a boot. Muertes grabs Hammerstone and positions him for his Straight To Hell finisher. Hammerstone breaks free and turns it around with his Nightmare Pendulum. Cover. 1-2-3. Hammerstone retains his championship!

Winner & Still National Openweight Champion: Alex Hammerstone

Post-Match: Salina de la Renta storms off to the back. Hammerstone takes the mic and announces that next week, he’s got some “dynastic news” to report at his press conference.

That concludes this week’s episode. Thanks for watching!