Millennium Pro Wrestling has announced the full lineup for this weekend’s All-Star Spectacular taking place in Moorpark, CA. Previously announced was the main event six-man tag match featuring all former WWE and NXT wrestlers when John Morrison, Seth Skyfire, and Bronson take on Damien Sandow, Hot Young Briley, & Judas Draven.
Just announced for the show is another former WWE superstar and current competitor in the WWE Cruiserweight Classic Brian Kendrick who will be taking on Ryan J. Morals. Additionally Brawlin’ Bo Cooper will be facing Hector Canales, Preston Moseby will take on Joshua O’Hagen, and “Lethal” Logan X will face Daniel Moon.
Here is the complete lineup:
Johnny Mundo, Seth Skyfire, & Bronson vs. Damien Sandow, Hot Young Briley, & Judas Draven
Brian Kendrick vs. Ryan J. Morals
Brawlin’ Bo Cooper vs. Hector Canales
The Thundergun Express (Uday Ukleja & Jacob Tarasso) vs. Jimi Mayhem & Max Ammo
Logan X vs. Daniel Moon
Preston Moseby vs. Joshua O’Hagen
“Mad” Murray MacIntosh vs. Danny Divine
Plus a battle royal.
MPW just recently returned after a several year hiatus, running smaller shows to help their students gain experience, and this will be their first of what is essentially a showcase show. In its original incarnation MPW was one of the first “all star” promotions in Southern California in that it didn’t have its own school and booked top wrestlers from other promotions throughout Southern California mixed in with outsiders. They were the first promotion to use wrestlers such as Adam Pearce and Lo Ki in the area. They finished as runner up in the 2001 Southern California Promotion of the year award to Revolution Pro and featured the 2001 Southern California match of the year when B-Boy defeated Super Dragon. They went on hiatus in March of 2002 and didn’t return until 2010. The second incarnation of MPW lasted until 2013 and just returned a few months ago.
The All Star Spectacular will be taking place July 16th at the Boy’s & Girl’s Club of Moorpark which is located at 200 Casey Road in Moorpark. Tickets are $30 for ringside, $20 for adults, and $10 for children 10 years old and younger.
For more information head to the SCU events page and keep checking back on SoCalUNCENSORED.com for updates on the show.