Since the pandemic hit worldwide we saw a big shift in every Wrestling promotion –…
The Bodega become the 12th tag team to win the United Wrestling Network World Tag Team Champions on Championship Wrestling from Hollywood by defeating the former champions SoCal Distancing.
Prime Time Live presents it’s tenth episode of the weekly episodic pay-per-view series. Tonight we’ll see a re-match between Clark Connors and Danny Limelight, the debuts of Lindsay Snow and Manders, and the Hollywood Heritage Championship will be on the line when Ray Rosas and Andy Brown go to war.
Eli Drake and James Storm defend the NWA World Tag Team Championships, the UWN World Championship Semi-Finals will conclude when Dickinson and Rosser face off and Bennett and Daivari square off to see who advances to the finals.
After eight weeks, the United Wrestling Network gets closer to crowning it’s World Champion as tournament matches continue between Watts and Redbeard, Fredericks and Rosser, Smith and Bennett. Plus the debut of Lio Rush and a woman’s match that will have implications for the Woman’s Championship down the road when Alize and Monroe lock horns.
Back with another episode of Jay Cal’s View, the journey of a journalist where Jay Cal pontificates about pro-wrestling. On this episode Jay Cal celebrates 1 year of POWERRR, discusses changes behind the scenes at CWFH, and celebrates former Woman’s Champion Jazz as she announces retirement.
David Marquez steps down as Executive Producer to welcome Nicholas Bonanno who has been with the company for several years has worked has an on-screen talent, but has really found his own working behind the scenes for the program.
United Wrestling Network will launch a new weekly pay per view offering called Untied Wrestling Network’s Primetime LIVE, via FITE and traditional On Demand options. The 90 minute weekly episodic show will offer talents from the United Wrestling Network and feature talents from the NWA.
Zicky Dice may become the fourth talent to leave the National Wrestling Alliance since the decision to postpone Crockett Cup 2020 and cancel remaining live events, amidst growing concerns of the Corona Virus