MLW announces UK television deal

By Jason Powell, ProWrestling.net Editor (@prowrestlingnet)

MLW issued the following press release on Monday to announce its new UK television deal with Ayozat TV.

(LONDON, UK) – Major League Wrestling (“MLW”) and Ayozat TV have today announced a broadcast partnership, bringing the league to UK airwaves Wednesdays at 9pm on SKY channel 191, with classic MLW content airing Fridays at 9pm.

The partnership will allow fans to watch new episodes of MLW’s flagship weekly series FUSION each week, as well as classic content from the league’s library, which dates back to 2002.

With such a prestigious roster of talent, UK fans can expect to see the likes of World Heavyweight Champion Alex Hammerstone, Killer Kross, Jacob Fatu, Real 1, Scarlett Bordeaux, Davey Richards, Mads Krugger, Taya Valkyrie and other exciting fighters from around the world.

MLW FUSION will premiere Wednesday July 6 featuring a fight card from Philadelphia with a trios bout as well as the debut of Jacob Fatu’s Samoan SWAT Team.

“We are really pleased to be the UK TV partner for Major League Wrestling and look forward to showcasing the weekly show to UK wrestling fans,” said Ayozat chairman Umesh Perera.

“Our fans have made it clear how much they wanted MLW to come the UK and now it is official with a great partner in Ayozat,” said MLW CEO Court Bauer. “We are delighted to work alongside them and show a wider fanbase how exciting and engaging MLW is.”

About Ayozat TV
Ayozat, is a leading British media and technology company, which has a video-on-demand (VOD) platform and live TV network featuring over 150 TV channels. This includes Ayozat TV which broadcasts on SKY ch191.

Powell’s POV: Terms of the deal have were not disclosed. Based on the main event listed, it looks like the show will air six days after the initial stream on the MLW YouTube page.


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