A new wrestler has joined the MLW roster.
MLW announced on Friday that it has signed super heavyweight Juicy Finau to a multi-year deal. Finau was in action on this week's episode of MLW Fusion, appearing in a five-way match where Alex Kane retained the MLW National Openweight Championship.
Finau, who is from Ontario, California, has trained at the Fale Dojo in New Zealand. He's also wrestled for GCW.
Finau will be in action at MLW's Kings of Colosseum television tapings at the 2300 Arena in Philadelphia on Friday, May 13.
MLW wrote about Finau's signing:
Major League Wrestling today announced the signing of super heavyweight Juicy Finau to a multi-year deal.
Prior to going major league, the 25-year-old Tongan from Ontario, California has been crushing the competition on the regional level over the past two years.
Big Juicy will step foot in an MLW ring in Philadelphia on Friday, May 13. Secure your seats now and see Juicy’s Philly debut live by going to MLW2300.com.
Ushering in a new era of the super heavyweight, Juicy stands 6’5″ and tips the scales at nearly 500 pounds. The protege of Jacob Fatu, Finau has a one of a kind aerial arsenal that defies gravity and devastates all in his wake.
Training at the Fale Dojo in New Zealand, Juicy tats himself as a 'New Era Savage,' ready to take things to the next level.