MLW Suspends Live Events For 45 Days, Chicago Event Rescheduled

Major League Wrestling will be suspending live events for 45 days due to the coronavirus. The company was set to hold an event in Chicago on Apr. 18, which has now been moved to June 12.

MLW will continue to air its Fusion events on beIN SPORTS and YouTube.

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From MLW:

Major League Wrestling temporarily suspends promoting live events for 45 days due to pandemic
•MLW live event hiatus to last at least 45 days
•MLW programming to continue Saturday nights on beIN SPORTS and YouTube

NEW YORK — Major League Wrestling has suspended promoting live events for 45 days, effective immediately, as the league continues to assess the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.

At the appropriate time, the league will communicate plans for promoting live events outside of the 45-day temporary hiatus and update the status of league events. 

MLW programming will continue to air Saturday nights on beIN SPORTS on cable and satelitte, MLW’s YouTube channel and with partners around the world during this period.
As a result of the temporary suspension of promoting live events, MLW’s April 18th event in Chicago has been rescheduled for Friday night June 12 at Cicero Stadium.  All tickets purchased for the originally scheduled date will be honored at this time. 
The MLW family would like to extend our appreciation and well wishes to all doctors, nurses, emergency services staff, first responders and medical professionals on the front line working to address the public health crisis in our nation and around the world.

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