Major League Wrestling (MLW) will suspend its events for 45 days due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic. MLW was planning to hold its Intimidation Games 2020 event in Chicago on April 18, however, with this measure, it will be held on June 12.
MLW has confirmed this news in a statement, through its official website, which we leave below:
” Major League Wrestling temporarily suspends live event production for 45 days due to pandemic
- The suspension will last at least 45 days
- MLW programming will continue on Saturday nights at beIN SPORTS and through MLW’s official YouTube channel.
NEW YORK – Major League Wrestling has suspended the promotion of live events for 45 days, with immediate effect, as the impact of the coronavirus pandemic (COVID-19) continues to be evaluated.
At the appropriate time, plans to promote live events outside the 45-day time frame will be communicated and the status of MLW events will be updated. MLW programming will continue to air on Saturday nights on beIN SPORTS by cable and satellite, MLW’s YouTube channel and with partners around the world during this period.
As a result of the temporary suspension, the MLW April 18 event in Chicago has been rescheduled for Friday, June 12 from Cicero Stadium. All tickets purchased for the originally scheduled date will be valid for the next.
The MLW family would like to extend their appreciation and good wishes to all the frontline doctors, nurses, emergency services personnel, first responders, and medical professionals who work to address the public health crisis in our nation and around the world. “