It was previously reported that PCO has parted ways with Major League Wrestling (MLW) as a result of signing an exclusive contract to join Ring Of Honor (ROH). Per the agreement with ROH, PCO will not be fulfilling any outstanding advertised dates with MLW. PCO joined Brody King as a former MLW Talent that jumped-ship to ROH this past week, blowing off their previous commitments with MLW in the process.
The news also came to light this past weekend that Silas Young has also signed a new three-year deal with ROH.
On Sunday, MLW announced who will be replacing PCO in his scheduled Falls Count Anywhere Match against LA Park at their Never Say Die Special Event on December 13th and it’s actually a pretty damn solid one.
Below is the statement released by MLW.com on who will be replacing PCO:
Sami Callihan vs. LA Park Falls Count Anywhere in Miami
The road to MLW’s December double shot debut in Miami just took a shocking turn.
PCO has withdrawn from his December 13th Falls Count Anywhere in Miami bout and has suspiciously vanished from the league.
As league officials worked through the weekend on a new opponent for LA Park, rumblings about a falling out between Salina de la Renta’s Promociones Dorado and their hired mercenary Sami Callihan began to surface.
Some claim Saline de la Renta was furious with Callihan failing to take out Lawlor last month in Chicago.
Another source claims LA Park was disrespectful towards Callihan backstage and it triggered Callihan into demanding a match. While details are sketchy, one thing is for sure: there is bad blood between Callihan and Promociones Dorado.
With chaos overcoming the league, officials were bombarded Saturday night by Promociones Dorado and Callihan to set a match for Miami.
With LA Park having an opening in his Falls Count Anywhere in Miami bout, an opportunity presented itself with Sami Callihan now stepping into the match.
Two brawlers now collide in what could be the most crazy Falls Count Anywhere bout in the history of the sport. See it live next Thursday December 13th in Miami (buy tickets).
Sami Callihan vs. LA Park falls count anywhere in Miami https://t.co/sSwEknLHOP pic.twitter.com/vaXAD4UD4s
— Major League Wrestling (@MLW) December 2, 2018