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Court Bauer: MLW Is Talking With Streaming Partners About ‘Marquee Events’

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The world of MLW never stops, and it is only continuing to grow.

Major League Wrestling recently premiered on the REELZ Network with its revitalized MLW Underground program. Now, as new business relationships continue to be forged and the wrestling world continues its boom period, Court Bauer says that MLW is beginning to discuss its next marquee event. These events would be equivalent to pay-per-view events for Major League Wrestling.


“We’re starting to build out, and we’re talking with our streaming partners about marquee events. Some people call them pay-per-views, we call them marquee events. What are those cornerstones going to be for us on the horizon? I think it’s important that fans have that critical climax to an event where everything converges, and you’re getting that journey to the point where now it’s time to punch the ticket to see it live. We’re deep in those conversations of shaping what those shows are going to be. Will it be MLW SuperFight? Will it be something else? We’ll be rolling out that stuff soon,” Bauer said in a recent interview with Alfred Konua of Forbes.

Major League Wrestling did present one pay-per-view event in the past. MLW Saturday Night Super Fight was held back in 2019 on FITE.

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