MLW joining Pro Wrestling TV, partnership officially begins on 11/3

Pro Wrestling TV is the new home of Major League Wrestling and their partnership will officially kick off on November 3rd

MLW lands on Pro Wrestling TV.

Beginning November 3rd, Major League Wrestling is officially kicking off their partnership with Pro Wrestling TV which is their new home for streaming.

MLW CEO Court Bauer confirmed to Sports Illustrated that the first event that’ll be streaming on the service is Battle Riot IV which was taped in June. Bauer added that Fusion is also going to stream on Pro Wrestling TV.

PWTV has carried Maria Kanellis-Bennett and Bobby Cruise’s Women’s Wrestling Army promotion. It was the platform that hosted Control Your Narrative events as well.

Bauer stated that over time, MLW’s entire catalog is going to be migrated over to Pro Wrestling TV. PWTV President Brandon Blackburn stated that having MLW join their content folder is their biggest acquisition to date.

The acquisition of MLW is our biggest to date. We both share the same passion of creating something of real value for the pro wrestling fan. More original content is going to arrive in 2023, so we’re looking to build with MLW and help bring them to new heights.

Next up on the docket for MLW is their Fightland show on October 30th. At that event, Alex Hammerstone is scheduled to defend the World Heavyweight Title against E.J. Nduka in a Last Man Standing match.

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