Dustin Rhodes Has His Eye On The AEW Heavyweight Title Prize, Another Match Added To MLW War Chamber

With less than a month and counting until AEW debuts on TNT, wrestlers and fans are getting geared up for “the one true sport” making it’s unexpected return to Turner Broadcasting and somebody that’s got his mind (and body) in the right mode is Dustin Rhodes.

Dustin has that countdown clock always ticking in the back of his head and stated as much as he’s in the gym getting ready for action on prime-time television once more.

It was announced before All Out went out to the masses that the eldest grandson of a plumber signed a multi-year deal with AEW both as an in-ring competitor and as a wrestling coach backstage. Would you like to see Dustin contend for the Heavyweight Title? Sound off in the comments below.

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Another Match Added To MLW War Chamber

MLW announced yesterday that Zenshi will be taking on Injustice’s Jordan Oliver this weekend at MLW War Chamber in Dallas, TX. The event is headlined by the caged chaos of Tom Lawlor, The Von Erichs and now what appears to be Low Ki against Heavyweight Champ Jacob Fatu and the rest of CONTRA in the confines of the steel chamber.

Following one of the most exciting trios matches in MLW history over the weekend, MLW has decided to pit two participants from each respective team in what promises to be sensational sky combat.

Major League Wrestling today announced Zenshi vs. Jordan Oliver at MLW: War Chamber at the NYTEX Sports Centre in the greater Dallas/Ft. Worth area on September 7.

The event will be a MLW FUSION TV taping for beIN SPORTS.

Tickets start at $10 at http://www.MLWTickets.com.

After demanding justice at MLW events and on social media, the new trio of Myron Reed, Jordan Oliver and Kotto Brazil now vow injustice on all in MLW.

Following a wild trios encounter over the weekend on FUSION (watch) where Injustice flagrantly broke the rules, Zenshi demanded a 1-on-1 encounter with a member of the group and Jordan Oliver has accepted.

Joining Injustice after speaking out on Twitter claiming to “identify” with the injustices Myron Reed has faced in MLW, the 19-year old Newburgh, NY wrestler has emerged as a threat in the middleweight division.

This match signals the biggest challenge of Oliver’s career as he faces a decorated South American double champion in Zenshi.

Will Zenshi’s cutting edge arsenal, experience and speed be enough to overcome Jordan? Or will there be strength in numbers with Injustice being the x-factor ringside?