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Tanglang Media has pursuits in Pro Wrestling, Mixed-Martial Arts, and More in China

With a wrestling revolution happening right now in the Chinese market, Tanglang Media stands at the center of it all

As professional wrestling continues to span the globe, one of the emerging leaders in both the sports and entertainment aspects is Tanglang Media

The company, based in China, may have its roots in the ring, but its reach extends far beyond the squared circle. Middle Kingdom Wrestling has already established itself as the leader in pro wrestling in China. Now, some of the minds behind that promotion are associated with Tanglang Media.

All of these different ventures have introduced whole, new forms of entertainment to a burgeoning market in the Orient.

With nearly 1.5 billion potential customers, the media group sees the value in that opportunity. Standing amongst it all is MKW promoter, Adrian Gomez. He began living in China in 2010, and he says that the nation is hungry for content. Particularly that of athletics and competition.

“I originally moved here on a bit of a whim” Gomez stated, in a recent interview with the Real Rasslin’ podcast. “I moved to the city of Harbin after I saw it on a TV show. But, I had the bug to start a wrestling promotion of my own long before that. Eventually, I started checking into what all it would take to start a wrestling company in China.”

It all went from there, and the company has been growing steadily. The wrestling game is alive and well in the vast Asian nation.

As mentioned, Adrian Gomez is also the head of Tanglang Media. Behind both of those separate - but cooperating - entities, he's assumed the lion's share of the local market and is rapidly spreading their global fingerprint.

However, the company's different platforms include projects outside of professional wrestling, even though their presence and influence are clearly felt. The interest in streaming combat sports in China is at an all-time high and continues to grow. The organization plans on having its finger on the pulse of whatever comes next.

With demand for digital sports content on the rise, Tanglang has been exploring new and exciting ways to take advantage of it

Their focus on video streaming and short-form video are what they feel will bring major opportunities for not only their own growth but domestic partnerships and sponsorships, as well. Gomez says the ultimate goal is to open up the market to all the possibilities the world holds for it, and vice versa. So in man