Jerry Lynn Gets A Twitter Account As First Episode Of ‘Front Row Material’ Is Recorded, MLW To Debut ‘Fright Night’ Next Week

Jerry Lynn Goes On Twitter, ‘Front Row Material’ Is Recorded

ECW Original Jerry Lynn has joined the Twitter-verse in light of his upcoming podcast with Mikey Whipwreck set to launch. From Philly crowd chaos to in-ring action, Front Row Material will cover all the ongoings of the classic ECW days and both Mikey Whipwreck and host Mike Freland revealed that the first episode has been recorded.

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MLW To Debut ‘Fright Night’ Next Week

Major League Wrestling has released the following announcement:

MLW AND BEIN SPORTS TEAM-UP FOR HALLOWEEN SPECIAL NEXT FRIDAY NIGHT WITH MLW FRIGHT NIGHT
NEW YORK – Next Friday night terror will rule the ring as Major League Wrestling (“MLW”) and beIN SPORTS presents their first Halloween special on October 26th at 8pm ET entitled MLW FRIGHT NIGHT.
Featuring night blood-curdling bouts, MLW FRIGHT NIGHT will feature a double main event.
“England’s Most Dangerous Man” Jimmy Havoc will face Sami Callihan in a Spin the Wheel, Make the Deal match as their feud reaches its final stage.  Who will survive the mayhem? Tune in next Friday to find out!
The night will also feature a chilling clash as the “French Canadian Frankenstein” PCO rampages with LA Park (presented by Salina de la Renta).  In a battle of two destroyers, this monster mash is a match featuring the most unpredictable brawlers in the sport.
“We’re excited to bring fans a special night full of chaos, masked monsters and a wheel made out of a buzz saw,” said MLW CEO Court Bauer. “Arguably there is nothing more fun than pro wrestling and Halloween. Combine the two, grab a bag of fun-sized Snickers, fire up beIN SPORTS and enjoy our first-ever Halloween special!”
Tune in next Friday October 26th for a night full of frights and delights you won’t soon forget!
MLW FRIGHT NIGHT will feature the legendary voice of Tony Schiavone and analyst Matt Striker calling the action from New York City.