MLW announces its first PPV “Saturday Night SuperFight”

First reported by Sports Illustrated, MLW Saturday Night Superfight will take place on Saturday, November 2 at Cicero Stadium (near Chicago) in Illinois.

All MLW Titles will be on the line at pay-per-view,” said MLW founder Court Bauer. “This is a chance for MLW to make a statement. We want to give value to our fans. That’s why we’re charging only $19.95.”

It will be available on all cable and satellite providers in the United States and Canada. MLW is also in talks to make the event available to stream worldwide.

“This year has been about expanding into live programming,” said Bauer. “The evolution of a promotion is to produce more live content, and another milestone for us is pay-per-view, and now, we’re going to get there with Saturday Night SuperFight on November 2. Watch carefully this summer. This card isn’t going to be thrown together in late October. All the seeds will be planted, and all of the championships will be on the line.”

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