MLW Says They've Begun Scouting Locations For Restart Amid COVID-19

As the wrestling world begins to recover and resume amid the global COVID-19 pandemic that has forced so many facets of life to temporarily halt, MLW says they have begun the scouting process for the perfect location for their restart.

According to the official MLW website, MLW has looked at as many as six undisclosed locations, including in the greater Boston area, Southern California, the Midwest, and in a page out of the Dana White Playbook, even an island has been considered.

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“We need a location that has the facilities and wherewithal to accommodate our COVID-19 protocols, production operations, and aesthetically fit the concept for our next show, which will be very different and distinct from the usual MLW event,” said MLW CEO Court Bauer.

Since the pandemic, Major League Wrestling has continued pushing out content in the form of short “Pulp FUSION” videos as well as the release of classic content through MLW Underground and MLW Anthology.

Fightful will continue to monitor the story and report any and all updates.

In the spirit of resuming normalcy amid the pandemic, GCW has announced that it will run “The Collective 2020.” The Collective is a series of shows typically slated to run WrestleMania weekend.

The rescheduled events will take place between October 9th and October 11th in Indianapolis, Indiana. Learn more at this link.

 

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