Bobby Fish’s wrestling journey has taken some interesting turns since his release from WWE as part of budget cuts in 2021. After a brief stint in AEW, including a reunion with The Undisputed Era, he eventually left the company. Now, it seems he’s on the verge of joining MLW, marking a new chapter in his career.

Following his departure from AEW, Bobby Fish made a stop at TNA Wrestling, where his opportunities were somewhat limited. During this time, he even made successful boxing debut in 2022.

Sean Ross Sapp reported via Twitter that Bobby Fish is set to make a move to MLW later this month, adding an intriguing element to the journey of this former WWE and AEW star. Sapp’s tweet read, ”Fightful Select has learned that Bobby Fish is set to join MLW. He’ll start there later this month.”

Additionally, Sapp provided more details about Bobby Fish’s MLW venture on Fightful Select, shedding light on his participation in MLW Intimidation Games 2024. The event is scheduled to air on TrillerTV+ on Thursday, February 29th, and will take place at the Melrose Ballroom in New York City.


The collaboration between MLW and NJPW, as well as Riddle’s presence in MLW, played a significant role in Bobby Fish’s decision to return to the company.

Notably, Bobby Fish also had a brief run in New Japan Pro Wrestling last year, adding to his wealth of experience in the wrestling world. Fans are eagerly anticipating how he will perform in the MLW environment, and his expertise could prove to be a valuable asset for the promotion.

What’s your view on this story concerning Bobby Fish? Do you feel he will be a good addition to the company? Sound off in the comments section below!

Subhojeet Mukherjee

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