Major League Wrestling: The Underground (2003– )

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Credited cast:
Joey Styles ...
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Bill Alfonso ...
 Himself (2003)
Mike Alfonso ...
 Himself (2003)
C.W. Anderson ...
 Himself (2003)
Ted Annis ...
 Himself (2003)
Sam Anoai ...
Matt Bentley ...
 Himself (2003)
Retesh Bhalla ...
 Himself (2003)
Jason Broyles ...
 Himself (2003)
Terry Brunk ...
Chris Candido ...
 Himself (2003)
Matt Capiccioni ...
 Himself (2003) (as Matt Cross)
Chad Collyer ...
 Himself (2003)
A.C. Connor ...
Steve Corino ...


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Hybrid wrestling it is
25 June 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

MLW was a short lived wrestling promotion that ran shows in the east coast.

It had an ECW feel to it, mainly the crowd. Joey Styles even did the commentating.

MLW advertised itself as hybrid wrestling with a variety of styles. It had hardcore, lucha libre, Japanese wrestling, old school, technical wrestling.... They had competitors from all over the world.

The roster was a great mix with guys like Dr Death, Terry Funk, The Sandman, Simon Diamond, Amazing Red, The SAT's, Jerry Lynn, Mike Awesome, Sabu, Steve Corino and so on. Even Francine and Bill Alphonoso appeared as managers.

This was great for any wrestling in general

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