MLW COO Discusses Lawsuit Filed Against WWE

1 year ago by Connel Rumsey

MLW COO Discusses Lawsuit Filed Against WWE

It was announced last week that Major League Wrestling (MLW) were filing an anti-trust lawsuit against WWE for ‘attempted monopolisation of the wrestling business’.

MLW COO MSL recently spoke to Wrestling Inc. Daily, where he discussed the lawsuit the company filed against WWE. MSL was not able to comment too much on the situation, as it is currently ongoing, but made sure to note that MLW is very comfortable right now.

He said:

“I know there was some interest. Obviously, I can’t comment on pending litigation, but I will say, in vague generalities, I’ve seen some of the comments on social media, saying it would take balls to do something like this. I can’t comment on another man’s genitalia. For me personally, my balls are as big as a pig and not the pig’s balls, the entire pig. We are very comfortable right now.”

WWE recently opened up it’s own ‘forbidden door’ by announcing IMPACT Knockouts Champion Mickie James for the 2022 Women’s Royal Rumble match. Many have speculated that WWE did this in response to the ongoing lawsuit.

MSL chose not to speculate on the situation, but made it clear that the facts of the lawsuit will come to light when it has all played out.

He added:

“I have seen that speculation, I read like everyone else. I don’t want to speculate on anything like that. Obviously, it is pending litigation and it is not my place to speak on that kind of thing. All I will say, in any lawsuit that has ever been, eventually the facts will speak for themselves, you know. Just let the process play out.”

AEW star Joey Janela responded to the news that MLW were suing WWE by saying that he was pulling for WWE to win the suit.

transcription via Wrestling Inc.

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