This week’s episode of H2tv with the Hart Foundation features Teddy Hart and Brian Pillman Jr. lounging poolside with their MLW tag team titles. Being as there are three members with Davey Boy Smith Jr., it only makes sense for the Freebird rules to be utilized.
Be sure to watch until the end for some very important swimming advice.
I’m going to give the line of the week in H2tv to Pillman.
“We don’t have dream matches, people have dreams of having matches with us.”
That is the kind of cockiness that swings both ways. Fans will enjoy the bravado. Haters will view it as self-important arrogance and boo them even more.
The most interesting item was the nugget of information that MLW will be having trios belts soon. I always felt that WWE missed the boat by not having a trios title in the Shield era. With all the talent in MLW, that new championship should produce plenty of exciting matches.
On the topic of new championships, MLW CEO Court Bauer recently revealed that a secondary singles title will be coming.
Being condition by WWE, I assumed that the middleweight title in MLW was the secondary title. Nope. I like how that means they treat Teddy Hart’s middleweight belt as main event worthy. It raises the prestige of the company when the championships are respected.
In case you don’t have time to watch the short H2tv episode, here is the swimming public service announcement.
Really? That needed to be posted on a sign? And yes, I have a juvenile sense of humor, so I was giggling at the idea of someone swimming with diarrhea. I should be more professional. According to the CDC, “Certain germs that cause diarrhea can live from minutes to days in pools, even if the pool is well-maintained.” That is no laughing matter.
If you clicked on this post looking for cat pictures, I’m sorry to say that Mr. Velvet did not appear. Here is a picture of him anyway.
I can’t disappoint Mr. Velvet’s fans.
Do you like the idea of the Hart Foundation using Freebird rules for the tag titles? Are you excited for the trios and secondary singles championships in MLW?
If you want to see more of the Hart Foundation, then tune in to MLW Fusion, which airs on beIN SPORTS Saturday nights at 9 pm ET / 6 pm PT. New episodes of Fusion are posted on YouTube Sundays at noon ET.