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Battle Riot was the first Battle Riot professional wrestling event produced by Major League Wrestling. It took place on July 2018 at the Melrose Ballroom in New York, New York; the event aired as a special episode of MLW's television program Fusion on July 27 on beIN Sports. Eleven matches took place at the event with three matches airing at the Battle Riot special on July 27 while other matches were taped for future episodes of Fusion; the main event was the first-ever 40-man Battle Riot match, with the winner earning a future title shot for the World Heavyweight Championship. Tom Lawlor won the match; the event featured a match between Maxwell Jacob Friedman and Joey Ryan to determine the inaugural World Middleweight Championship. In July 2017, Major League Wrestling resumed promoting events for the first time since the promotion's original closure in 2004; the success of these events lead MLW to secure a television deal with beIN Sports for a new program, MLW Fusion, which debuted on April 20, 2018.

On May 7, 2018, MLW announced that it would hold an event at the Melrose Ballroom in New York, New York on July 19 which would be a television taping of Fusion, marking the return of MLW to New York after 2002. On May 31, MLW announced that the first-ever 40-man Battle Riot match would take place at the event and the event was named "Battle Riot" after the match; the Battle Riot match is a hybrid of WWE's Royal Rumble and Money in the Bank, where 40 participants participate and a new participant enters the match at every 60 seconds and eliminations occur by pinfall, submission or throwing over the top rope and the winner will be awarded a MLW World Heavyweight Championship opportunity at any place and time of his choosing. It was announced that Battle Riot would air as MLW's first two-hour television special on July 27 on beIN Sports; the card consisted of matches that resulted from scripted storylines, where wrestlers portrayed villains, heroes, or less distinguishable characters in scripted events that built tension and culminated in a wrestling match or series of matches, with results predetermined by MLW's writers.

Storylines were played out on MLW's television program Fusion. On June 12, MLW announced that the first-ever Battle Riot match would take place at the namesake event on July 19 and John Hennigan, Kevin Sullivan, ACH and Davey Boy Smith, Jr. were announced as the first four participants of the match. In the upcoming weeks, more participants were added into the match including Pentagon, Jr. Barrington Hughes, Jake Hager, Jimmy Yuta, PCO, Lance Anoa'i, Konnan, Sami Callihan, Joey Ryan, Jason Cade, Tom Lawlor, Jimmy Havoc, Brody King, Low Ki, Headshrinker Samu, Rey Fenix, Maxwell Jacob Friedman, Simon Gotch, Vandal Ortagun, Leo Brien and Michael Patrick. On June 28, MLW announced that the first-ever World Middleweight Champion would be crowned in a match between Maxwell Jacob Friedman and Joey Ryan at Battle Riot. On July 16, MLW announced that Myron Reed would be making his MLW debut at Battle Riot against Kotto Brazil; the first match that aired at Battle Riot took place between Myron Reed. Brazil executed.

Next, Maxwell Jacob Friedman and Joey Ryan competed in a match for the new MLW World Middleweight Championship. MJF poked Ryan in the eyes and nailed a shoulderbreaker to win the match and become the inaugural World Middleweight Champion; the main event was the inaugural 40-man Battle Riot match, where eliminations would occur by pinfall, submission or tossing the competitor over the top rope and the winner would be earning a future MLW World Heavyweight Championship opportunity. Pentagon, Jr. and Rey Fenix competed as the first two entrants of the match. Jimmy Havoc entered the match last at #40. Tom Lawlor, Sami Callihan, Jake Hager and John Hennigan were the last four participants. Lawlor choked out Callihan to eliminate him and Hager tossed Morrison over the top rope which led to Lawlor and Hager becoming the final two participants of the match. Lawlor eliminated Hager by tossing him over the top rope to win the Battle Riot; the feud between Team Filthy and Stud Stable which had begun before Battle Riot escalated due to Tom Lawlor's elimination of Jake Hager to win the Battle Riot.

Hager defeated Team Filthy member Simon Gotch on the August 3 episode of Fusion. On the August 17 episode of Fusion, Lawlor challenged Hager to a match in the Jungle MMA Gym but Stud Stable manager Col. Robert Parker instead put Parrow in the match, whom Lawlor defeated. On the August 31 episode of Fusion, Lawlor defeated Hager to end the feud; as a result of winning the Battle Riot, Lawlor announced on the October 19 episode of Fusion that he would cash in for his World Heavyweight Championship title shot against Low Ki at SuperFight on February 2, 2019, which Lawlor would win. The feud between MJF and Joey Ryan continued after Battle Riot as the team of MJF and Aria Blake defeated Ryan and the debuting Taya Valkyrie in a mixed tag team match on the September 21 episode of Fusion. Battle Riot I at Cagematch Battle Riot 2018 at Major League Wrestling

Piotr Szczotka

Piotr Szczotka is a Polish professional basketball player who last played for Asseco Gdynia of the Polish Basketball League. Szczotka plays as shooting guard. Since 7 years Piotr is straint conditioning coach in club Asseco Gdynia; the older brother - Grzegorz Szczotka played basketball. He was the captain of the Polish national team, during the European Championships in 2011, played in Lithuania. OsiągnięciaEdytuj As of 11/04/2016, based on ], unless otherwise stated. Team  5-time Polish champion Polish Super Cup winner Finalist: Polish Cup Polish Super Cup Euroleague quarter-finalists Participant of the competition: Euroleague FIBA EuroCup Challenge individual Two times the best defender of PLK Best in defense of PLK according to journalists The second five PLK according to journalists Athlete of the Year of Gdynia Representation Participant Eurobasket