Dan Joseph: United Television Champion

United Television Champion Dan Joseph (Photo by Justin Cotterell)
“Dan the Man! Dan the Man!” fans at the Oceanview Pavilion chant lovingly at the man who has captured their hearts as well as the United Television Championship. That is the one and only Dan Joseph. With a grin on his face, the native of Buffalo, New York, steps into the ring ready to lock horns with anyone looking for a title shot. A True Hollywood Story.
As the first graduate of the United Wrestling Network International WrestleCenter, Dan had big shoes to fill. The rookie joined forces with experienced CWFH wrestler Todd Chandler to form the dance-crazed team Footloose. The duo was popular with fans, but fell short of championship aspirations. After Chandler and Dan parted ways, Joseph was recruited by Coach Flexo to join PAC 3. As a proven super-athlete, Joseph fit in well with Flexo’s team of like-minded jocks Dicky Mayer and Dylan Bostic. The unit was a success, becoming the longest-reigning United World Tag Team Champions at the time. It was obvious that Dan was breakout star of the bunch, now set to prove himself in singles competition.
United World Tag Team Champions PAC 3
Following a promising start in the Singles Division, Dan Joseph suffered an injury that sidelined him for many months. Doctors diagnosed him with a torn ACL with partial tears in his meniscus and medial meniscus. Where most wrestlers saw a disadvantage, Dan saw an opportunity. Possesing a talent for providing colorful descriptions of the world around him, Dan Jospeh found a new home at the commentary table. On both Championship Wrestling from Hollywood and Championship Wrestling from Arizona, Joseph made fans hang on his every word thorugh true sports analysis and undeniable charm. Before long, fans clammored for his return to the ring and Dan was happy to oblige.
Dan at the commentary desk with Todd Keneley (Photo by Hiban Huerta)
The surgically repaired Dan Joseph attacked the United Singles Division like a man on fire. He began putting down opponents like Ty Matthews and Ray Rosas on his quest to prove himself as a bonafide commodity in the squared circle. There was one prize that Dan had his eyes on. One that he hadn’t challenged for in nearly five years: the United Television Championship. The man sitting on the television throne was one of the most decorated men in the United Wrestling Network, Royce Isaacs. HollywoodWrestling.com caught up with Dan Joseph to see just how he beat the captain of Jamie Iovine’s Upper Class to become Television Champion.

“Well I pinned him is how I became champion,” banters Joseph, “But if you’re asking how I got there, it took everything I had and more. Royce is a big boy and he throws hands as hard as anybody I’ve been in the ring with. I had to dig deep to places I wasn’t sure I had. It took everything in me and more to win the title and that’s what I’ll give every time to keep it.”
The title win was not a fluke victory and holding the United Television Championship is something that Dan takes very seriously. His powerslams will land, even if his puns do not. Dad jokes aside, Dan Joseph is the man to beat on television.

Catch a Replay of the Historic United Wrestling Network China Special

Last week we celebrated 2 years since the superstars of the United Wrestling Network journeyed to Wenzhou, China to take the country by storm. In this first-ever professional wrestling broadcast for American television emanating from the People’s Republic of China, you will see then United World Tag Team Champions Reno SCUM defending against Alex Chamberlain and current Hollywood Heritage Champion WATTS, a competitive Women’s Division Bout pitting Barbi Hayden against the “Killer Bae” Heather Monroe, and Colt “Boom Boom” Cabana challenging the “National Treasure” Nick Aldis for the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship. Here is the replay, courtesy of Championship Wrestling Presented by Amarillo Venom:

United World Tag Team Champions Feel “Static”

2019 was a rising year for fan favorite Adrian Quest a.k.a. “Young Fuego.” The fiery competitor with a world of potential had several huge matchups, including facing Bateman in the 2019 PP3 Finals, taking then Heritage Champion “Uptown” Andy Brown to the limit in a breathtaking title bout, and finally capturing the United Television Title only for it to be taken away by Nikko Marquez. Despite his best efforts, frustration bled through and fans began to wonder if Adrian Quest could win the “big one.” On an episode of Championship Wrestling from Hollywood, Quest described that he felt leftover, static, and deserted by people who he thought had his back.

When tasked with choosing a partner to challenge the United World Tag Team Champions, Quest smartly picked one of the most decorated contenders in the United Wrestling Network. “Uptown” Andy Brown is a former Hollywood Heritage Champion, 2018 Red Carpet Rumble Winner, and has competed in more television Main Events in the last eighteen months than any other active member of the roster. With a certifiable ringer in his corner, Adrian set the challenge to the Soul Burners, determined to take their titles by any means necessary. And we mean by any means necessary. What happened next, you’ll have to see to believe.

The newly crowned United World Tag Team Champions have now joined up with Arizona State Champion and 2020 PP3 Cup Bearer Ray Rosas. The trio, collectively going by the moniker “STATIC,” have shown that a change in tune is just what they needed to move their careers forward. But what approach will Quest and Brown take for their upcoming title defenses? Take a look at this comment from STATIC:

Idol vs Rosas This Weekend

After weeks of anticipation, the Percy Pringle III Tournament Finals are here! The PP3 Blockbuster kicked off last weekend, saying farewell to Vermin in the Main Event at the hands of the Wolf Zaddies. This week, viewers will witness the match that gives the event its namesake. For Ray Rosas and Anthony Idol, winning this match will grant them Percy’s Privilege: the ability to have a title match anytime, anywhere, for any championship defended in the United Wrestling Network. Here is a look at the paths that led these men to the Finals, courtesy of Championship Wrestling Presented by West Coast Pro Wrestling:

 

Breaking: United Events Postponed

State Officials across the United States have called for large events to be postponed amid the ongoing outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Given the state of emergency, the United Wrestling Network has postponed all upcoming Championship Wrestling from Hollywood and Championship Wrestling from Arizona television events and blockbusters. Tickets purchased for these events will be honored when a new date is announced. Ticket holders may also request a refund at the point of purchase. Viewers of our programming will still be able to watch their favorite wrestlers at the regularly scheduled times.
“Since our show is pre-recorded, there are several weeks of existing programming in the can and if in 30 days we’ve not been in production on new episodes, we are fortunate to have a 10 year archive that can be repurposed for broadcasting,” stated David Marquez, President and CEO of David Marquez Productions, Inc.

For the safety of the citizens of Memphis, Tennessee, Autozone Park has postponed all events until further notice. Unfortunately, this includes the Birthday Bash promoted by Championship Wrestling Presented by Pro Shingle that was scheduled for April 25.
“We’re gonna bodyslam COVID-19!” shouts host Dustin Starr, “And don’t worry! Our Birthday Bash isn’t canceled and we look forward to celebrating with you at a later date!”

In compliance with national health advisory, West Coast Pro Wrestling’s “A Lesson to Be Learned” event has been postponed to April 17. The event, which features Championship Wrestling Presented by West Coast Pro Wrestling stars such as Levi Shapiro, Heather Monroe, and Zicky Dice, will honor all tickets purchased for the originally scheduled date.
“Your passion, respect, and support since the beginning of West Coast Pro is what keeps us going forward, giving you the best pro wrestling in Northern California,” says promoter Scott Bregante. “I appreciate you, and look forward to seeing you on April 17.”
Championship Wrestling Presented by West Coast Pro Wrestling will continue to air as scheduled. Tune in for the action and updates regarding upcoming events.

Championship Wrestling Presented by Amarillo Venom is off to a great start following a stellar premiere on March 14. Unfortunately, the main sponsor of the program, Amarillo Venom Football, have announced that their season has been postponed due to COVID-19 concerns.
“It is the league’s intent, and the intent of all our teams to play this season,” says Champions Indoor Football Commissioner Ricky Bertz. “As this issue evolves, we will be making decisions and passing information along in as timely a manner as possible.”
Championship Wrestling Presented by Amarillo Venom will continue to air as scheduled. Tune in for the latest action as well as updates from the Amarillo Venom on their upcoming season.
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Watch the Premiere of Championship Wrestling Presented by Amarillo Venom!

Last Saturday night, the people of Amarillo, Texas were treated to the premiere edition of Championship Wrestling Presented by Amarillo Venom. For anyone who missed it or lives outside of the “Yellow Rose of Texas,” HollywoodWrestling.com has the exclusive replay, courtesy of the United Wrestling Network. Join host Jon Roberts as he welcomes viewers into week one of the PP3 Blockbuster Event on Championship Wrestling Presented by Amarillo Venom:

Levi Shapiro and James Kincaid Host on ABC7

 

“Bimbo Jimbo” isn’t buying the rhetoric of the “Timeless One.”
The Bay Area of Northern California has a storied history with professional wrestling. Stars like Pat Patterson, Ray Stevens, and “Superstar” Billy Graham were huge box office draws for live events in San Francisco, Oakland, and beyond. Competitors like these men helped bring pro wrestling to television in the Bay Area, but a local wrestling program has not gained momentum in the market in decades. Thanks to West Coast Pro Wrestling, there is finally a localized pro wrestling broadcast on the air in the Bay Area.
Championship Wrestling Presented by West Coast Pro Wrestling is a weekly broadcast airing Saturdays at 1:30AM on ABC7. In order to familiarize new viewers with the action of the United Wrestling Network, the program needed to find hosts who could represent the market while incorporating local events into the hour. “Timeless” Levi Shapiro is a bonafide star and the right man for the job. If you don’t believe us, don’t worry. He’ll tell you himself. Mr. Shapiro is balanced out at the desk by a seasoned broadcaster with a laundry list of accolades. “Bimbo Jimbo” James Kincaid is well established in the Bay Area, having called NBA games for the Golden State Warriors for years. Can Jimbo present the facts for the viewers without sparking the ire of Levi’s colorful analysis? Find out for yourself on the latest episode of Championship Wrestling Presented by West Coast Pro Wrestling, courtesy of the United Wrestling Network:

Amarillo Welcomes Championship Wrestling!

On March 14, the great city of Amarillo, Texas welcomed the premiere of Championship Wrestling Presented by Amarillo Venom. This program, which airs Saturdays at 11pm on NewsChannel 10 Too, will feature Texas talents in addition to the international roster that the United Wrestling Network presents every week.
Hosted by broadcaster Jon Roberts, Championship Wrestling Presented by Amarillo Venom is the latest of the localized editions of the Championship Wrestling from Hollywood, joining the San Fransisco, Houston, and Memphis television markets. With the success of the show, fans can expect live events in the Amarillo area in the future. To keep up with the latest updates, follow @CWFHollywood on social media and tune into Championship Wrestling Presented by Amarillo Venom every Saturday night at 11pm on NewsChannel 10 Too!

PP3 Finals, Champions Showcase, and more on February 23!

The PP3 Finals are here and there are huge matches in store on February 23!

 

Holding the PP3 Cup grants its owner the opportunity to have any title match at any time against any opponent in the United Wrestling Network. Will Anthony Idol go into overdrive and win the Cup or will Ray Rosas be victorious without a care in the world? The 2020 Cup Bearer is made on February 23!

 

The PP3 Cup Blockbuster celebrates the Champions of Championship Wrestling from Hollywood and the United Wrestling Network. This titanic Tag Team Main Event pits the Hollywood Heritage Champion WATTS and his partner United Television Champion Dan Joseph against the United World Tag Team Champions Adrian Quest and “Uptown” Andy Brown. The makings of true Champions will be on display in this matchup.

 

HOWDY! The men formerly known as the Classic Connection have parted ways with a certain rotund loudmouth wedging his way in between. With Howdy Price choosing Levi Shapiro over Buddy Royal and Royal ruining Shapiro’s shot at the United Television Championship, these men are on a collision course. They meet inside the squared circle on February 23!

Scheduled to appear:

Gentleman Jervis & Friendship Farm

Vermin

Wolf Zaddies

Danny Limelight

Fidel Bravo & Pinx

and more!