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MLW To Restart On Pluto TV

Major League Wrestling Fusion

Major League Wrestling have announced that they will now air on Pluto TV when the company returns on November 18 with MLW The Restart.

Along with their partnership with Pluto TV, MLW will also air on YouTube, DAZN, beIN SPORTS and several other platforms as the promotion continues to grow in popularity.

The company’s return was announced several weeks ago during a special video package in which the entire roster took aim at the fearsome Contra Unit.

The MLW press release read:

NEW YORK – Major League Wrestling (“MLW”) today announced fans will be able to watch the return of the league’s flagship series, MLW FUSION, this Wednesday November 18 at 7pm ET on Pluto TV.

Fans can fire up Pluto TV on Roku, Smart TV (Samsung, Vizio), Amazon FireTV, Roku, Apple TV, PlayStation, Xfinity, Chromecast and countless other ways, including on the web via browser. Once fans are streaming Pluto TV, they can watch MLW on the Fubo Sports Network.

Pluto TV is available out of the box on your favorite connected TVs. Hit the power button and connect to your network to watch hit movies, binge-worthy TV shows, the latest news, sports, comedy and more.

The highly anticipated Wednesday premiere includes two title fights, Jacob Fatu defending the World Heavyweight Championship against Davey Boy Smith Jr. and Brian Pillman Jr. challenging Myron Reed for the World Middleweight Championship. More bouts and athletes are scheduled and will be revealed in the days ahead.

MLW returns Wednesday night November 18 at 7pm ET with the premiere of FUSION on Fubo Sports and YouTube. Fans can also watch nationwide on cable and dish via beIN SPORTS on Saturday nights at 10pm ET and on demand anytime, anywhere on DAZN

MLW’s weekly Fusion show will kick off with two huge championship bouts that will see Myron Reed defend his MLW World Middleweight Championship against Brian Pillman Jr. and Jacob Fatu vs. Davey Boy Smith Jr. for the MLW World Heavyweight Championship.

The latter is the culmination of a feud which began prior to the company taking time away from television, when Smith suffered a broken back as a result of a wicked attack by Fatu and his followers.