MLW signs deal for MLW FUSION to air on MBC

In a press release sent out yesterday, Major League Wrestling (MLW) signs a deal for MLW Fusion to appear on MBC. Below the company shared details as to the history of MBC. Mauritius Broadcasting Corporation airs programming to a vast audience. The corporation is noted for airing its programming in a dozen different languages. The press release appears in its entirety below.

MLW signs deal for MLW FUSION to air on MBC

Flagship series to broadcast on Mauritius Broadcasting Corporation

New York – Major League Wrestling (“MLW”) today announced a television distribution agreement with MBC, the Mauritius Broadcasting Corporation.

The pact will see MLW’s weekly flagship series, MLW FUSION, join the network’s line-up this spring.

Founded in 1964, MBC is a national network broadcasting programming in 12 languages, notably French, Creole, English, Hindi, Urdu, Bhojpuri, Tamil, Gujarati, Telugu, Marathi, Mandarin/Cantonese, and Hakka. MBC provides 17 television channels in Mauritius, 4 in Rodrigues and 2 in Agaléga.

The distribution agreement with MBC follows MLW’s recent distribution deals in the Middle East, Poland and France.

Madison’s Mindset: MLW’s decision to move forward with addition broadcasting shows a commitment to growth. With wrestling (much like the world) at a bit of a crossroads, Court Baurer’s company continues to explore several broadcasting opportunities. This decision comes on the heels of last month’s announcement of MLW signing a broadcasting deal in Poland. Each week MLW Fusion airs on YouTube and beINSPORTS to name but two channels to air their programming. As the weeks and months continue to pass, fans can anticipate further announcements of additional broadcast partners to be added.

MLW list of distribution agreements continues to grow globally. Fans can watch MLW Fusion weekly. Each week stars of the promotion such as MLW Heavyweight Champion Jacob Fatu, Mance Warner, Ross, and Marshall Von Erich, Myron Reed and Hammerstone are among the must-see athletes.