Both Marshall and Ross Von Erich have signed deals with Major League Wrestling and will make their debut with the company at their June 1 taping in Milwaukee.
The brothers have stated that they turned down trying out at the Performance Center as they have to be at home with their father Kevin as much as possible. Further, signing with MLW will allow them to work with Pro Wrestling Noah as well.
Ross told SI:
“Signing with MLW is a big deal for us. 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. It’s humbling, we’re honored, and it’s the perfect timing—we’ve never been this ready for this big a stage before.”
Sports Illustrated announced on their Twitter account that both have multi-year deals with MLW.
Exclusive: Marshall and Ross Von Erich, of the famed but tortured Von Erich wrestling family, have signed a multi-year contract with MLW https://t.co/9O4Veyhgp1
— SI Wrestling (@SI_wrestling) May 7, 2019
QD – It’s great to see that while following their dream and continuing their family legacy, they feel it so important to spend as much time as possible with their father. That’s honorable and great to see in this day and age.