DAZN News yesterday broke the news of Major League Wrestling’s newest signee, Bu Ku Dao. Dao, 31, started his path to MLW in 2012 under the guidance of pro wrestler Luke Hawx in Baton Rouge, La. After honing his craft on the independent circuit, the Sanshou fighter and kickboxer Bu Ku Dao is the latest signee for the growing organization.
In an exclusive interview with DAZN News, he describes himself as “The Situation.” The Vietnamese-American middleweight talent sees wrestling as an art form if it’s done right. His new motivation is to inspire more Vietnamese wrestlers, more people. Because MLW is the company he wanted to be a part of, “You can expect me to be Bu Ku Dao, the craziest Vietnamese wrestler you’ll ever see. When you watch, and you’ll see me kick-ass, get my ass kicked, but still kick ass and whoop everybody on the MLW roster.”
— Court Bauer (@courtbauer) October 16, 2020
The 6’4″ heavyweight powerhouse Parrow is back in Major League Wrestling. In 2017 and 2018, Parrow took part in a few events where he teamed up, and squared off, with Saieve Al Sabah. As a member of The Stud Stable, he would compete against Team TBD and The Hart Foundation. The talented indie wrestler has since worked for AJPW in Japan and hardcore/deathmatch company GCW in the USA.
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