Industrial World Wrestling Signs Deal With DOE

We live in a world where streaming content is king. And the companies that currently boast apps on all platforms across the world want to stand out. By reaching out to those who continue to develop original programming for the masses. For the new look Industrial World Wrestling, it’s about bringing the workers of the pro wrestling to as many eyes as possible. Today, they’ve put themselves one step ahead of the competition. Industrial World Wrestling signs a streaming deal with Distributing Original Entertainment

Announced via its official Instagram, IWW management has announced it’s partnership with the ever-buzzing Distributing Original Entertainment streaming company. With the deal, IWW will exclusively stream on the DOE TV app with its weekly episodic series, IWW Uprising.

Industrial World Wrestling Signs
The official logo of IWW’s weekly show, Uprising

The weekly show will air apart of DOE TV’s #SuperKickSaturdays television line up. This will be available from launch.

IWW CEO Tom Frazer had this to say –

“This is a monumental moment in IWW history, one many people will talk about for years, our goal was to put this company on a big scale. This is just the beginning”.

With the announcements of the re-brand, new logo, and now this, what’s next? We can only hope to hear more in regards to the roster who have signed on with the New York-based wrestling company. And who will be apart of the first episode of the show. Congrats to the Industrial World Wrestling team!

Caul’s Call

Within a matter of a month, DOE TV has become the company to watch on the streaming scene. Between the deal announced with Major League Wrestling, and now this deal with IWW, streaming wrestling is at an all-time high. For IWW, this is a big step in the right direction. They now have put themselves in the forefront as the premier independent wrestling company in the New England area. 

With Uprising, there is now the chance for fresh eyes to focus on not only new talent but the pro wrestling industry as a whole. I personally cannot be more happier for Tom Frazier and our very own Alex Roach for this major deal. 


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John Caul is a longtime wrestling fan since the Attitude Era. A former color commentator for several independent companies and former owner of independent wrestling company Imperial World Wrestling, John currently spends his time interacting with wrestling fans on Twitter while enjoying podcasts such as Cheap Heat and Jobber Tears.