Ross and Marshall Von Erich will continue their family’s in-ring legacy by signing with MLW.
Sports Illustrated first reported the new Major League Wrestling signings and noted the Von Erichs will make their debuts at the June 1 television taping in Milwaukee.
“Signing with MLW is a big deal for us,” Ross told SI. “They are the promotion that has allowed us to be with our dad, help out around the ranch, and still wrestle.”
“We’re able to continue the legacy,” Marshall added. “It’s humbling, we’re honored, and it’s the perfect timing—we’ve never been this ready for this big a stage before.”
The brothers claim they’ve turned down a tryout at the WWE Performance Center in lieu of signing with MLW because they want to be at home more with their father Kevin Von Erich.
MLW CEO Court Bauer the multi-year deal allows Ross and Marshall Von Erich the ability to also work in Israel and for Pro Wrestling Noah in Japan.
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