MLW: Major League Wrestling has continued their summer recruitment drive, signing LA Park Jr. to a deal with the promotion ahead of the company’s return to television tapings in the near future.
Having already added independent scene standouts Calvin Tankman and Kevin Ku to their ever-expanding roster, the League had teased even further signings prior to Park, Jr.’s official unveiling.
Joining his older brother Hijo de LA Park, Park Jr. will continue his development in MLW: Major League Wrestling as part of the Los Parks stable, under the tutelage of his father and legendary brawler, LA Park.
Having only debuted professionally in 2019, Jr. has appeared across all of Mexico’s major promotions including CMLL, The Crash and finally appearing in AAA earlier this year. Whilst still relatively inexperienced, he has competed mainly in tag team matches alongside his more tenured family members.
A statement from MLW: Major League Wrestling reads:
Embracing chaos in his fighting style, LA Park Jr. is distinctly different compared to his older brother, middleweight Hijo de LA Park, who has a reputation for being more strategic in the ring. Park Jr. has often been referred to as a human
This enigmatic heavyweight now looks to claim gold and conquer all in his path as he represents Mexico and his legendary family in Major League Wrestling.
Major League Wrestling is expecting to return in the Autumn, as revealed by their #TheRestart trailer below:
— Major League Wrestling (@MLW) September 1, 2020
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