On this week’s edition of Pulp FUSION, the new show from Major League Wrestling (MLW), Myron Reed announced a new member to the Injustice stable that also features Jordan Oliver. Originally a trio that also included Kotto Brazil, Brazil was recently “injured” and forced to leave the stable and company at the hands of CONTRA Unit, leaving the group down a man. At the end of this week’s Pulp FUSION, Reed revealed that rising US indie star Saieve Al Sabah was returning to MLW and had become the new third man in the group. MLW made it official on Saturday.
Saieve Al Sabah is a product of the Dudley Boyz‘ Team 3D Academy in Florida, debuting in 2016. He’s been a top prospect in the Florida indie scene, and has worked with the likes of EVOLVE Wrestling, Game Changer Wrestling (GCW), Premiere Wrestling Xperience (PWX), and others, as is a former FEST Champion in Florida and PWX Innovative Television Champion. He briefly competed for MLW in 2018, scoring his first singles win at MLW Spring Break against Markos Espada that March (in what we be his final match with the company).
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Saieve Al Sabah has been on a lot of people’s radars the past year and now he’ll get another opportunity to shine on television as he joins Myron Reed and Jordan Oliver in adding another strong voice to the Injustice movement.
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