Results: Jacob Cohen
Kicking off two straight nights at the venue, MLW was at the Scottish Rite Temple in Miami, Florida on Thursday for a set of television tapings called "Never Say Never." MLW will hold a live special on beIN Sports and tapings tonight.
- Tom Lawlor defeated Simon Gotch in a "no holds barred fight"
There were no ropes for this match and you could only win by knockout or submission. After the match, Lawlor cut a promo about challenging Low Ki for the MLW World Heavyweight Championship at MLW Superfight on February 2.
- Salina de la Renta and Ricky Martinez came out. De la Renta cut an anti-Miami promo, mentioning that it's Konnan's city. Konnan interrupted her and said he will become MLW World Heavyweight Champion by defeating Low Ki at Friday's tapings.
- Brian Pillman Jr. & Davey Boy Smith Jr. defeated Tommy Dreamer & Barrington Hughes
Pillman pinned Dreamer after giving him a low blow with a cane. PIllman and Dreamer will face each other in a Singapore cane match at tonight's tapings.
- Kotto Brazil defeated Vandal Ortagun
Ricky Martinez laid out Brazil after the match.
- Hijo de LA Park defeated DJZ
DJZ was making his MLW debut here.
- Dezmond Xavier defeated Andrew Everett
Xavier and Everett were both making their MLW debuts.
- Ricky Martinez defeated Gringo Loco
- Dragon Lee defeated Rich Swann
This was also Lee's MLW debut.
- Ace Romero defeated Ariel Dominguez
Barrington Hughes came out after to have a staredown with Romero.
- Rush defeated Shane Strickland
Rush said he wants to face LA Park and is bringing Los Ingobernables to the United States.
- LA Park defeated Sami Callihan in a "falls count anywhere in Miami" match
- MLW World Heavyweight Champion Low Ki defeated Fred Yehi to retain his title
- Teddy Hart defeated Pentagon Jr.
Pentagon & Fenix were originally scheduled to defend their MLW Tag Team titles against the Hart Foundation on this show before Fenix suffered a groin injury last month.