Major League Wrestling announced today via press release that Saieve Al Sabah has signed a multi-year contract with the company. Al Sabah appeared on the June 4th edition of Pulp Fusion, joining Jordan Oliver and Myron Reed in #Injustice.
About Saieve Al Sabah
Hailing from New York City, Saieve Al Sabah trained at The Dudley Boyz’s Team 3-D Academy in Florida. He made his debut in 2016, working the Florida indie circuit. There, he worked for promotions like Full Throttle Wrestling and American Combat Wrestling. Shortly after, he found himself working for more well-known promotions like Full Impact Pro and EVOLVE Wrestling. Saieve went from wrestling up and comers to wrestling indie stars like EFFY, AR Fox, Shane Strickland, and Austin Theory. He is currently in his first reign as the Full Throttle Pro Wrestling Champion. He has also been FEST Wrestling Champion, PXW TV Champion, and ACW Combat Champion.
Al Sabah worked for MLW in 2017, prior to their TV deal with BeIN Sports. During this time, he wowed audiences with his unorthodox style and conviction on the mic.
“Saieve is someone who caught my eye in 2017 and we’ve been enthusiastically pursuing signing him ever since. After almost three years, we are thrilled to formally welcome Saieve Al Sabah to the MLW family.” – MLW CEO Court Bauer.
Saieve Al Sabah is joining the #Injustice stable in MLW. Myron Reed formed #Injustice with Jordan Oliver and Kotto Brazil in July of 2019. To protest biased officiating by MLW referees and management. The trio quickly established themselves in the tag team and middleweight divisions, with Reed becoming Middleweight Champion in late 2019. The unit has been struggling after CONTRA Unit’s attack on MLW headquarters immediately following the MLW/AAA SuperSeries in March. The villainous stable’s attack left Kotto Brazil injured. Which forced him to leave MLW. Al Sabah is a good fit for the group, as a young, brash, outspoken black performer.
We at Pro Wrestling Post are excited to see what this up-and-coming talent can accomplish now that he’s on TV.
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