Report on Major League Wrestling’s New Streaming Deal

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MLW has reportedly signed a new weekly deal with a streaming service that will also see the spin-off of the Azteca Underground storyline.

PWInsider confirmed the news but the name of the streaming service is not known at this time. The report also mentioned that the name of this new show will be MLA Azteca. The show will likely premiere this fall with the official announcement expected by the end of summer.

PWInsider also added that this deal might be the reason why Major League Wrestling is removing the episodes of Fusion TV from their Youtube channel. Now, these episodes are expected to be exclusively available to watch on the streaming platform. The deal is said to be pretty huge for the organization in terms of monetization.

NWA also signed a similar deal with FITE tv earlier this year for its content to be exclusively available on the streaming platform. NJPW also signed a deal with Roku TV to air NJPW Strong in the United States.

As part of the deal, MLW will air the initially announced mini-series titled ALPHA as a prequel that will fill introduce all the present storylines before the season premiere.

MLW also announced that Von Erich and Marshall are all set to face team Filthy in a war chamber match on the 9/11 return to Dallas. Not to forget, the feud between them was started back at the War Chamber in 2019.