Former WCW wrestler Ultimo Dragon is set to make a rare appearance on the United States independent wrestling scene later this month, accompanied by his former WCW manager, Sonny Onoo.

Dragon has been announced for TCW’s Rise of The Titans event, scheduled to take place on Saturday, May 20 at the Highline Arena in Aberdeen Township, NJ. Ultimo Dragon is scheduled to compete in a Triple Threat match against Johnny Moran and Anthony Gangone.

Currently affiliated with Dragon Gate in Japan, Dragon’s appearance at the TCW event marks his third time wrestling in the United States. Previously, he participated in two shows in Los Angeles during WrestleMania 39 Weekend in late March. He emerged victorious against Negro Casas at WrestleCon’s Mark Hitchcock Memorial Super Show and teamed up with Alex Shelley and current IWGP Junior Heavyweight Tag Team Champion Kushida for a six-man victory over Tom Lawlor, Royce Isaacs, and Jorel Nelson at Prestige Wrestling’s Nervous Breakdown show.

TCW’s Rise of The Titans event promises additional thrilling matches and special appearances. Ernest “The Cat” Miller is slated to make a special appearance, while Simon Gotch will face TCW Middleweight Champion Rey Calitri. The event will also feature a clash between Homicide and PJ Savage, among other exciting matchups.


Tickets for TCW’s Rise of The Titans event can be purchased at Advanced seats are priced at $20, while tickets will be available at the door for $30.

Wrestling fans will undoubtedly relish the opportunity to witness the rare appearance of Ultimo Dragon, a living legend in the industry.

What are your thoughts on Ultimo Dragon’s rare appearance in the United States independent wrestling scene and his upcoming match at TCW’s Rise of The Titans event? Leave a comment.

Steve Carrier

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