Major League Wrestling (MLW) has announced that they have signed Dominic Garrini to a multi-year contract. Garrini is described by MLW as “ice-cold, calculated and quick to submit adversaries.”

As a competitor, he has earned himself the nicknames ‘The Crippler of Canton’ and ‘The Bone Collector.’ He represents Team East Coast Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu.

In an official statement, MLW wrote that Garrini has reached rarified air by being one of the “top 10 ranked Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu practitioners in the world.” Garrini is a legitimate No-Gi grappler and Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu purple belt. He trains under Chad Kuhn and James Clingerman and has been acknowledged by the Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Federation’s No Gi Rankings as being one of the best BJJ competitors.

Garrini has competed in over 200 competitive Jiu-Jitsu matchups. He has won gold medals from the IBJJF, ADCC, AGC, NAGA, Grapplers Quest and other notable grappling competitions.

‘The Bone Collector’ made his debut against Ariel Dominguez during MLW’s War Chamber event on September 7th. He competed in a BJJ Gi and appears to be primed for a significant push in the promotion. His style blends his extensive grappling experience with the world of professional wrestling. Fans might be familiar with this fusion thanks to MLW star Tom Lawlor and WWE’s Matt Riddle.