Milestone is in the books and we’re marching into 2019 on Championship Wrestling from Hollywood. Fresh off the heels of that Blockbuster Event is another huge milestone: Episode 400! Take a look as Todd Keneley, Jonny Loquasto, and Stu Stone preview this landmark episode:
It has been a difficult few weeks for Jamie Iovine leading up to and following Championship Wrestling from Hollywood’s 400th Episode. After a very eventful 2018, things have turned an ugly corner for the boastful businessman. Iovine has made good on many of his promises in the past, so what could this stern warning to the United World Tag Team Champions and the Hollywood Heritage Champion bring? See the footage below:
Milestone was jam-packed with huge moments and dream match ups. For Bad Dude Tito, it was his chance to add his name to the list of professional wrestling’s elite by capturing the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship. Will the “Baddest Dude in Professional Wrestling” walk away with the “Ten Pounds of Gold” or will the “National Treasure” Nick Aldis keep the former Hollywood Heritage Champion at bay? Watch the whole match below:
Hollywood, CA (January 7, 2019) – In 2010, Championship Wrestling from Hollywood (CWFH) premiered on KDOC-TV in Los Angeles and for the past 8 years the Southern California broadcast has become somewhat of a model for pro wrestling television efforts all over the world. Today the company is pleased to announce the hour long episodic program is moving times on KDOC-TV. Starting January 26 our programming will be found at 1:00A following ABC7 Eyewitness News.
“In television it’s all about the lead in and I couldn’t ask for a better lead in than what I consider is the best TV/Media brand in SoCal, ‘Eyewitness News’. Championship Wrestling from Hollywood has been a leader in televised pro wrestling for the better part of a decade. We’ve been instrumental in developing some of the most recognized talents in the business worldwide and it is my hope that this move provides the current crop of talent viewership in the second largest media market in the country like we’ve never enjoyed before.” stated CWFH Owner and Executive Producer David Marquez.
On 1/26 we’ll present our 400th broadcast that features United Wrestling Network Television and Hollywood Heritage Champion Royce Isaacs with Jamie Iovine, “Bad Dude” Tito, Ryan Taylor, Heather Monroe, Fidel Bravo, a Main Event United Wrestling Network World Tag Team Championship decision between Double Platinum and The RockNES Monsters and more!
If you’re not in the Los Angeles area CWFH is distributed to over 120 domestic and international broadcast, satellite and online outlets including FITE. To find CWFH in your area please visit HollywoodWrestling.com or follow us on Instagram/Twitter @CWFHollywood.
As 2018 comes to a close, Championship Wrestling from Hollywood is already looking forward the New Year. Grab a cup of hot cocoa and cuddle up with your favorite blanket as you catch this week’s episode! This edition kicks off with Fidel Bravo stepping into the ring with “Uptown” Andy Brown. Two weeks ago we saw Bravo qualify for the 2019 PP3 Cup Tournament by picking up a win over Vintage Dragon. Andy Brown is focused on his Hollywood Heritage Championship Ladder Match next week at Milestone. Is Fidel getting too big for his chones or will “Uptown” Andy Brown be too distracted thinking about Royce Isaacs to defeat “El Bravo”?
Next we will see a featured Women’s Division matchup as Ayoka Muhara takes on Australian stand out Indi Hartwell. Hartwell recently picked up a sweet win against the confectionary competition of Zaida. As Muhara looks towards her Milestone opponent Heather Monroe, a win on an international star would surely drive home a message to “The Killer Bae.” Will Hartwell continue to live up to her “impressive” moniker or will Ayoka Muhara leave her opponent laying with the Powerslam?
In our Main Event, the next entrant into the 2019 PP3 Cup Tournament will be decided in a Four Way Dance! It will be former Hollywood Heritage Champion Bad Dude Tito versus former United Television Champion BHK versus former CWFH Triple Crown Winner and the first PP3 Cup Bearer Ryan Taylor vs “Young Fuego” Adrian Quest. Quest has the biggest hill to climb in this Main Event, as he must take down a who’s who of Hollywood. Taylor knows the inner workings of Bad Dude Tito and BHK, but could he be too concerned with the disappearance of his partner Tomaste to focus? Is BHK too wrapped up in the investigation of Vermin to capitalize on this opportunity? Will Bad Dude Tito be able to set aside thoughts of NWA gold that await him at Milestone and qualify for a chance at a guaranteed title shot of his choice? Tune in to this week’s edition of Championship Wrestling from Hollywood and find out!
Championship Wrestling from Hollywood is just days away from celebrating its 400th Episode with a Television Event at the Oceanview Pavilion in Port Hueneme, CA on January 6th. As we look forward to 400 and beyond, let’s take a look back at the very first episode of the broadcast that became Championship Wrestling from Hollywood.
Keep an eye out for some familiar faces and enjoy a glance at our program’s history. Championship Wrestling from Hollywood is set to hold its 400th Episode Television Event on Sunday, January 6th at the Oceanview Pavilion. Be there!