MLW is coming to Pro Wrestling TV with big plans for 2023.
Major League Wrestling is getting ready to start airing its new season and they will have a new broadcast partner in the free streaming service, Pro Wrestling TV. Launched in April 2022, PWTV is also the home of promotions like Women's Wrestling Army and Control Your Narrative.
Speaking with Sports Illustrated, Court Bauer opened up about the partnership and revealed that everything will kick off with the streaming of Battle Riot IV in November with major plans for 2023.
“It’s so important to be on a streaming service that is free for viewers,” Bauer says. “Now, on PWTV, people will be able to access our specials and our weekly show, and it’s all going to be free. We’ll still have a linear presence on cable, as well as our long-term partner with BeIN Sports, which we’ll be sharing more about soon.
“Over time, our entire catalog will be available on PWTV. Since it dates back 20 years, we’ll be migrating it over in batches. You’ll be able to watch CM Punk from 2002, as well as Jacob Fatu and Microman from 2022.”
PWTV President Brandon Blackburn is also excited about the partnership, calling this the streaming service's biggest acquisition yet.
“The acquisition of MLW is our biggest to date,” Blackburn says. “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.”
Major League Wrestling will continue to film content for its latest season with the October 30 event, Fightland. Learn more here.