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MLW expands scope of TV deal

MLW is in the midst of a summer season full of surprises. The latest announcement is the extension of their TV deal with beIN SPORTS.

The press release explains:

beIN SPORTS and Major League Wrestling have announced an agreement to broadcast MLW content on its free live streaming channel beIN SPORTS XTRA. MLW will air on beIN SPORTS XTRA Fridays at 10 p.m. starting July 8, with its linear premiere 24 hours later on beIN SPORTS.

BeIN SPORTS XTRA is a free 24/7 English language sports, news, analysis and highlights channel that brings everyone closer to the game.

beIN SPORTS XTRA is available on major streaming platforms such as Pluto TV, The Roku Channel, YouTube TV, Samsung TV Plus, Redbox, KlowdTV, TiVo, Vizio, XUMO TV, etc., as well as live TV channels in Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston, San Jose-San Francisco-Oakland, Atlanta, Miami-Fort Lauderdale, San Diego, Salt Lake City, Hartford, Columbus, Las Vegas and Austin, among others. For a full list of vendors and markets, visit beINSPORTSXTRA.com.

“This partnership builds on our four-year relationship with beIN and will help drive awareness and give our fans the ability to access MLW content across multiple platforms,” ​​said Court Bauer, CEO of MLW. “MLW on beIN SPORTS XTRA gives viewers free access to MLW through streaming services as well as on live TV in major markets, like Los Angeles, Chicago and Dallas.”

MLW events feature the full spectrum of professional wrestling, with world-class athletes representing countries around the world with fighting styles such as: Technical, Japanese Strong Style, Lucha Libre, King’s Road Brawl, MMA, Wrestling wrestling, hybrid wrestling, submission grappling and other disciplines.

The expansion of television calls into question the future of MLW streaming on YouTube. CEO Court Bauer mentioned that MLW is taking steps that will see Fusion on other destinations.

For MLW fans in the UK, the promotion has also struck a deal with Ayozat TV on Sky. The weekly Fusion The program airs Wednesdays at 9pm (UK time) on channel 191. Classic content airs Fridays at 9pm.

MLW is also getting into action figure gaming with Boss Fight Studio.

MLW is moving forward and upwards.