Ray Rosas cancels retirement plans
Ray Rosas cancels his retirement that was slated for this Spring as his success continues to grow in the United Wrestling Network.
Ray Rosas who is the current CWF Arizona State Champion and 2020 PP3 Cup tournament champion made it clear that he would not be retiring, despite his plans from late last year.
While the expectation was that Rosas was going to walk away from the sport, even granting lesser known opponents opportunities to face him before his retirement, that didn’t happen. In fact, Rosas career started to become even more successful than before. Partnering with Adrian Quest and Andy Brown, Rosas would see success as a mentor and as in ring competitor. He would help lead Brown and Quest to win the United Wrestling Network World Tag Team Championship. He would defeat Anthony Idol to win the PP3 Cup. He would even become the CWFAZ State Champion by defeating EJ Sparks.
Ray Rosas made his first appearance in Championship Wrestling from Hollywood on episode 5 on August 25th 2010 taking on Joey Kaos. Rosas was already establishing his name in Southern California, holding several championships in the area. Ray Rosas made his first appearance in Championship Wrestling from Hollywood on episode 5 on August 25th 2010 taking on Joey Kaos and would become a featured talent for the program. Rosas would soon begin partnering with “Pretty” Peter Avalon. As a tag team they held the tag titles in multiple wrestling promotions including the Hollywood Heritage Tag Team Titles (championships they took to Mexico) and were one of the most dominant tag team champions. Rosas briefly stepped away from wrestling for a brief time.