Ever since the announcement of the United Wrestling Network’s PrimeTime Live, which would feature talents from the National Wrestling Alliance, fans have been posturing who could be the first to challenge “The National Treasure” Nick Aldis and his Ten Pounds of Gold, if he is still champion after Saturday. But here is how the card is starting to take shape.
Already announced for the show will be the reigning NWA Woman’s Champion, who by September 5th can also be the AEW Champion. And of course other champions from within the NWA and the United Wrestling Network are expected to be on hand. Tuesday United Wrestling Network announced Chris Dickinson would be added to the growing roster. Dickinson is a stand out from the East Coast, who has been gaining a lot of exposure working with Game Changer Wrestling.
Earlier this week the first title match was announced as West Coast Pro Wrestling Heavyweight Champion Alexander Hammerstone would be defending against EJ Sparks from Championship Wrestling from Arizona. It should be noted that Hammerstone is also the MLW Open-weight Champion. EJ Sparks is a former CWFAZ State Champion recently losing the title to Ray Rosas.
Also expected on the card will be Eli Drake, Allysin Kaye, Watts, The Wolf Zadies, United Wrestling Network TV Champion Dan Joseph, and WATTS. As well as a NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship defense is scheduled for an opponent to be named later. The Pay Per View will be made available on PPV and FITE, starting September 15th.