“WrestleTalk really shot to fame as a Sky TV chat show, which ran weekly for over four years on Challenge until 2017. Since that time, WrestleTalk has collectively grown into the world’s biggest wrestling news and media brand, with huge growth in it’s YouTube channel, website, live events, books and magazine – generating almost 500 million YouTube views alone. Yet we’ve always loved the idea of bringing WrestleTalk content back to free-to-air broadcast television, whilst doing so without losing the essence of what WrestleTalk has become since it ended on Sky. Our partnership with The Fight Network is the perfect way to do that and we’re very exited about it”.
“The UK has always had one of the most passionate fan bases for professional wrestling. We look forward to bolstering our schedule on Fight Network UK with two exciting new weekly programs in partnership with WrestleTalk, showcasing the best in-ring action and talk from the UK wrestling scene. WrestleTalk Showcase features top talent from a wide range of organizations across the UK, bringing our viewers closer to emerging stars in their own backyard,” said Ariel Shnerer, Senior Director of Programming and Global Distribution for Anthem Sports & Entertainment, the parent company of Fight Network.
The WrestleTalk block begins on Friday March 20th at 10pm on The Fight Network UK. To tune into the The Fight Network UK visit Sky Channel 192 or Freesat Channel 161. Alternatively for more information on The Fight Network and how to view overseas, visit www.fightnetwork.com and for more information about WrestleTalk, including the latest news, reviews, podcasts and videos visit www.wrestletalk.com