MLW is looking to bring the episodes of the old Underground series to digital.
MLW announced that it is currently in the process of transferring the MLW Underground series from tape to digital. The process began on April 20 and the company's goal is looking to digitize the entire series, which ran from 2003 to 2004.
The Underground is coming.
MLW’s production studio is working on transferring the MLW Underground TV series from tape to digital. The process, which started on Monday, will see the entire 2003-04 library digitized with possible restoration of the footage.
“Since Major League Wrestling relaunched in 2017 fans have been asking for MLW Underground and we’re now working on making that a reality,” said MLW CEO and founder Court Bauer.
Premiering in April 2003, MLW Underground featured host Joey Styles and athletes such as: Steve Corino and the Extreme Horsemen, Terry Funk, CM Punk, “Dr. Death” Steve Williams, Davey Boy Smith Jr., Sonjay Dutt, Chris Hero, Sabu, LA Park, Vampiro, Umaga and countless others.
MLW Underground aired in various markets throughout America, including on the Sunshine Network, FoxSports Atlantic/Pacific and on broadcast stations in Philadelphia, Dallas, Ohio, Las Vegas, New England among other markets abroad such as Japan, the United Kingdom, India and South America.
More details on the project and future use of MLW Underground remain under wraps.