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Gino Medina vs. Septimo Dragon Added To MLW Zero Hour In Dallas

MLW’s return to Dallas just keeps getting more and more newsworthy as another match is added to the card’s stacked lineup. The company announced that “El Intocable” Gino Medina will take on Septimo Dragon come January 11.

Septimo Dragon collides with Gino “El Intocable” Medina signed for Dallas

AAA Co-Founder Konnan to corner Septimo Dragon

Medina, one of wrestling’s hottest luchadores, is very familiar with the Lone Star State as he was trained at Booker T’s Reality of Wrestling school in Houston. Medina is the son of famous Mexican El Sanguinario. You can see MLW’s full announcement below.

A clash between two second generation luchadores will take place next Saturday when MLW returns to Dallas/Fort Worth for a stacked card and TV taping. | Buy tickets |

Major League Wrestling today announced Septimo Dragon (cornered by Konnan) vs. Gino “El Intocable” Medina for MLW: Zero Hour at the NYTEX Sports Centre in the greater Dallas/Ft. Worth area on Saturday January 11. The event will be a MLW FUSION TV taping for beIN SPORTS.

Tickets start at $15 at

Following a falling out with Konnan (which will air on FUSION), Medina and the hall of fame luchador have been quarreling.

Heralded as a once in a generation megastar in the making, Medina is a franchise player – but Konnan has cautioned him about making the right choices in his career only for the the Untouchable One to turn his back on Konnan.

Now Gino “El Intocable” Medina will meet a thrilling tecnico luchador in Septimo Dragon.

Meaning the “Seventh Dragon,” Séptimo Dragon has been featured in top Mexican organizations and has been labeled by the Mexican media as an emerging star.

Nicknamed “Rey del Aire,” meaning the King of the Air, Dragon is a spectacular aerial athlete.

Using moves such as the Corkscrew Plancha and Moonsault Bodyblock Suicida to overwhelm adversaries, Dragon moves at supersonic speed to blitz opponents.

Which second generation luchador will have his arm raised in triumph? Find out LIVE January 11. Tickets start at $15!

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