Thanks to the new GFW Network, dozens more fans will experience the magic of that show at a Tennessee baseball diamond.

Fans of Global Force Wrestling (A Subsidiary of Total Anthem Impact Nonstop Xplosion Action on POP TV, Ltd.) are in for a treat when the company’s new video streaming service, GFW Network, launches with round-the-clock access to that event they did that time. 

With the launch of the new service — priced at $89.99 per month to help recuperate some of the company’s initial operating expenses — fans have any-day-any-time access to that event the company taped at a Tennessee baseball diamond in 2015. 

“Want to re-live the magic of Sonjay Dutt versus Jamin Olivencia?” reads a press release issued by the company this morning. “Can’t get enough of Gallows and Anderson facing The New Heavenly Bodies? Then sign-up for the GFW Network today!”

To bolster subscriptions, the company is offering the first month of the network for free, and will “only charge double the following month to compensate.”

A spokesperson said new content will be added to the network as soon as someone can figure out who actually owns Global Force Wrestling, and if it actually still exists.