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MLW coming to PWTV

Major League Wrestling, one of the world’s premier pro wrestling organizations... and Pro Wrestling TV, a free ad-supported streaming service, announced today they've entered into a partnership to bring MLW Fusion to PWTV. The agreement will bring the promotion’s flagship weekly wrestling program to the free streaming service, as part of its fall lineup, beginning Thursday, November 3rd at 8:00 PM EST with MLW Battle RIOT IV kicking off the partnership. One week after that, MLW FUSION returns Thursday, November 10th at 8:00 PM EST with a new season of action. As part of the deal, PWTV viewers will enjoy multiple seasons of the long-running MLW FUSION series, as well access to the Major League Wrestling library, which dates back to 2002 and features MLW Underground and tentpole events, including Battle RIOT, War Chamber and the Opera Cup. “The future of streaming is free and PWTV’s commitment to giving fans value and quality makes it the ideal platform for MLW,” said Major League Wrestling's CEO and Founder Court Bauer. “The addition of MLW to the PWTV lineup underscores our commitment to bringing wrestling fans the best in-ring action from around the world,” said Brandon Blackburn, Chief Content Officer and Co-Founder of Pro Wrestling TV. “We are excited to partner with MLW to bring its programming to a worldwide wrestling audience.” PWTV channel is available in over 200,000,000 households throughout the world on FAST services including Plex, Sports.TV, and coming soon to Fubo TV. Pro Wrestling TV is a free streaming service with accompanying linear channel available worldwide. To watch, fans simply download or open the Pro Wrestling TV App, which's available on mobile and TV-connected devices as well as platforms including:

  • Roku

  • Apple (iPhone, iPad, Apple TV)

  • Samsung

  • Vizio

  • LG

  • Amazon (Fire TV, Fire Stick, Fire Smart TVs, Fire tablets)

  • Android (Android phones, Android TV)

  • Chromecast

You can stream Pro Wrestling TV on your web browser at: From the Author I've been watching MLW for a few years now {that's where I saw Maxwell Jacob Friedman for the first time} & I've been a fan of both ever since!

I'm personally looking forward to seeing the back catalogue of shows I have Roku, so I can stick it on and mark out!

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