MLW will air Battle Riot III absolutely free on their original home of beIN Sports. The only caveat is fans have to wait two weeks.
Major League Wrestling is set to begin a new era for the promotion and a new season of content with Battle Riot III. The show will air live from the former ECW Arena in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Until today, there was no definitive airdate for the event, which highlights the first MLW content produced in front of a live audience since the global pandemic. Now, MLW has officially announced that the full show will air on Saturday, July 24 on beIN Sports at 10 p.m. eastern time. The show will also be made available on YouTube later this month.
Major League Wrestling and beIN SPORTS will team-up to televise the 40-wrestler Battle Riot III event on Saturday July 24 at 10pm ET.
“BeIN Sports has been the exclusive linear destination for every Battle Riot, and we’re elated to continue the tradition with a stacked match and give it to the fans for free on cable and satellite,” said MLW CEO Court Bauer. “This event will serve as an important chapter as we look ahead to the next season this fall.”
Set at the sold-out full capacity 2300 Arena in Philadelphia, the event features King Muertes, National Openweight Champion Alex Hammerstone, Ross and Marshall Von Erich, Davey Richards, CONTRA Unit, former World Heavyweight Champion Tom Lawlor and Team Filthy, TJP, EJ Nduka, Caribbean Champion Richard Holliday, World Middleweight Champion Myron Reed and dozens of other world class wrestlers.
MLW Battle Riot III will be available to stream for free on demand on MLW’s YouTube Channel later this month. Learn more at: youtube.com/majorleaguewrestling.
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