MLW, StarTimes enter the ring
Sports media company Major League Wrestling (MLW) is set to air its TV series Major League Wrestling: Fusion on StarTimes across Africa.
Weekly episodes of the flagship hour-long programme are set to start this summer in 10 countries, including Nigeria, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda, Burundi and Sudan.
According to MLW’s founder and CEO, Court Bauer: “The African region is extremely important to Major League Wrestling and we are thrilled to begin this partnership with StarTimes to bring MLW to our fans in Africa.”
StarTimes which offers content ranging from movies to music, sports, news and documentaries, has over nine million subscribers worldwide and transmits more than 80 local and international channels.
MLW’s weekly series, featuring high-profile fighters such as Alex Hammerstone, MJF and Mance Warner, already airs in the US, Canada, UK, Israel and Puerto Rico.