MLW will have one more show before the end of 2021 as they announced a co-promoted event with The Crash Lucha Libre on Friday, December 3rd in Tijuana, Mexico.
From the MLW side, they are branding their group as MLW Azteca. This is expected to be the next progression of the Azteca Underground storyline that has been discussed since they brought in Cesar Duran, the former Dario Cueto in Lucha Underground.
No matches or talent were announced for the show, but it's expected that new signees Arez, Aramis and King Muertes will be part of it. Tickets are on sale and it will be held at Auditorio Fausto Gutierrez. It will also act as a TV taping for episodes of MLW Fusion: Alpha.
The two sides worked together in October 2019 when they held a co-promoted show in the same city and venue. MLW and AAA then held a co-promoted Super Series event in March 2020 right as the pandemic was starting to result in travel shutdowns. On both events, it was MLW talent against the other promotion's talent.
MLW held their War Chamber TV taping Saturday in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, with their next non co-promoted show set for March in Dallas, Texas.