World’s Sweetest Man Seeks Television Gold on March 24

“A cup of tea with my friends clears my mind before a big wrestling match,” chimes Gentleman Jervis while sweetly playing with his dog Lord Booplesnoot. “Thomas makes a lovely Earl Grey.” 2019 has been a year of big opportunities on Championship Wrestling from Hollywood for the “World’s Sweetest Man.” After beating Robert Baines in a Steel Cage Match at the PP3 Blockbuster Event, Jervis is a new man.
“For many years I have suffered from fainting spells, cowardice and all around fear. [In the cage] I had a choice to continue running away or to stand up and fight. I decided to fight.” And fight he did. Gentleman Jervis raised his fists to Baines and after landing a Bunny Hop Double Stomp off the steel cage, Jervis climbed out to victory. This put him directly in line for title opportunities across the United Wrestling Network, including a recent encounter against Hollywood Heritage Champion Andy Brown.
Gentleman Jervis Bunny Hops off the cage onto Robert Baines. (Photo by Justin Cotterell)
“No matter what obstacles you face, do not despair and do not give in to fear. You are strong,”  affirms Jervis, content in coming up short against Brown, but hopeful for his next title bout. “It’s time again to show everyone that I can be a winner too.  I face quite a challenge in this Television Championship match. I hope Mr. Iovine and Mr. Isaacs are ready. I’m ready. Roar!” The undying support of Jervis’ friends and fans remains one of his main sources of inspiration going into this match on March 24.
United Television Champion Royce Isaacs (Photo by Hiban Huerta)
“Me and Jamie’s commitment isn’t to each other or the fans,” snipes Champion Royce Isaacs, “The relationship we have is to money and success. This United Television Championship is the marker of that success and Jervis isn’t about to float in here on a cloud of migrating butterflies and change that. If you show up with lullabies you’ll end up with Hush Money. And you can put a dollar sign on that!”
Gentleman Jervis challenges Royce Isaacs for the United Television Championship on March 24 at the Oceanview Pavilion. Don’t miss it!

Reno SCUM Challenge for UWN Tag Titles on March 24

Oi! Oi! Oi! The wait is over and the longest reigning United World Tag Team Champions have returned to Championship Wrestling from Hollywood. After Adam Thornstowe was sidelined with an injury in late 2018, CWFH Minority Owner Nikko Marquez decided to strip the Reno SCUM of their titles for failing to defend within the United Wrestling Network in the stipulated 30 day period. ROCKNES Monsters were crowned the new champions on the landmark 400th episode of Championship Wrestling from Hollywood, but have since let those titles slip through their fingers and into the hands of Double Platinum. Nikko Marquez has announced that at the March 24th Television Event at the Oceanview Pavilion that Thornstowe and Luster will get their rematch for the United World Tag Team Championship in a Triple Threat Match. It will be Double Platinum versus ROCKNES Monsters versus Reno SCUM. Upon hearing this news, each team had words for their opponents.
ROCKNES Monsters (Photo by Devin Chen)
“The ROCKNES Monsters have survived heavy fire from all angles and fighting two excellent teams will be no different,” says YUMA while calibrating an unknown intergalactic gadget. “We were robbed of our titles, but justice will be served.” While the “Moon Man” and the “Ace of Space” are confident in their abilities to take on their foes, Double Platinum had less than respectful words towards the longest reigning United World Tag Team Champions.
Double Platinum (Photo by Jonathan King)
“Hasn’t anyone told [Reno SCUM] that Punk is dead? We’re the new wave,” boasts Suede Thompson, confident that Double Platinum will retain their titles on March 24. “We’re only worried about breaking records and holding gold.” HollywoodWrestling.com reached out to Reno SCUM to see if they feel that they are at a disadvantage by having to take on two teams for their rematch.
“Double Platinum! ROCKNES Monsters! You will be silenced by the violence!” screamed Luster the Legend. From the sound of it, the former champions are more motivated than ever and nothing or nobody will stand in their way.
“It doesn’t matter if it’s one team, two teams, red teams, blue teams. It don’t matter!” added Adam Thornstowe. “We’re taking our titles back and Reno SCUM will be champions FOREVER. Oi! Oi! Oi!”
Make sure to be at the Oceanview Pavilion on Sunday March 24 as the United Wrestling Network World Tag Team Championship will be on the line as Double Platinum defend against ROCKNES Monsters and Reno SCUM!

Jamie Iovine Addresses Andy Brown and ROCKNES MONSTERS

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:

Watch Bad Dude Tito Challenge for the NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship!

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:


CWFH Celebrates 400 Episodes, A New Time in Los Angeles

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.

Qualified: A CWFH Weekend Preview

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”?

Pinx chokes Andy Brown on the ropes while Bravo has the referee’s attention.

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?

Ayoka Muhara begins to fight back against international star Indi Hartwell. (Photo by Jonathan King)

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!

The Road to 400: Watch CWFH Episode 1

“Scrap Iron” Adam Pearce squares off against TJ Perkins in the program’s first Main Event.

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.

The Young Bucks are in action in the episode’s opening contest.

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!

The Final Entrant for the 2019 PP3 Cup to be Decided at Milestone

The Percival Pringle III Memorial Cup (Photo by Devin Chen)

With the year coming to a close, Championship Wrestling From Hollywood competitors are turning their eyes toward new opportunities in 2019.  The Percival Pringle III Memorial Cup Tournament serves as a proving ground for wrestlers to compete for “Percy’s Privilege;” a guaranteed shot at any title defended within the United Wrestling Network.
At Milestone on December 9th, Championship Wrestling From Hollywood will wrap up 2018 with an epic 10-person Battle Royal to choose the final entrant for the 2019 PP3 Cup Tournament.  The winner of this whirlwind of a contest will join esteemed wrestlers who have already qualified for next year’s PP3 Cup Tournament including Steven Tresario, Bateman, Adrian Quest, Danny “Limelight” Rivera, Fidel Bravo, Dan “D-MAN” Parker, and Richie Slade.

Adrian Quest has already qualified for the 2019 Tournament. (Photo by Devin Chen)

Viewers have not seen a Battle Royal on the program since Episode 200, where El Leoniño (who was later revealed to be PP3 Cup Bearer YUMA) was crowned the victor. Along with YUMA, past winners of the PP3 Cup Tournament include stellar competitors like Rocky Romero, Dicky Mayer, Ryan Taylor, Suede Thompson, and Ricky Mandel.
Multiple illustrious titles are scattered across the United Wrestling Network, rendering the PP3 Cup Tournament a monumental opportunity.  “Percy’s Privilege” will enable one triumphant Cup Bearer to take fate into their own hands and issue a challenge for the title of their choice.  In just a matter of hours, ten eager competitors will lay it all on the line for the final spot in the PP3 Cup Tournament.  Be sure to tune in for this wild clash at Milestone to see who will enter the fray and who will leave victorious.

Meet NJPW Star Shibata at Milestone

The United Wrestling Network in association with Championship Wrestling from Hollywood and New Japan Pro Wrestling are ecstatic to be holding an exclusive Meet & Greet with NJPW star Katsuyori Shibata on Sunday December 9th at the Oceanview Pavilion. This opportunity to meet the Japanese star will begin at 2pm with a ticket price of $30. Following the signing, the free CWFH Milestone Blockbuster Event will open doors at 3pm and seating will be assigned on a first-come first-served basis. Come out to the Oceanview Pavilion on December 9th to meet Katsuyori Shibata and enjoy the huge Blockbuster Event as Championship Wrestling from Hollywood presents Milestone!

National: A CWFH Weekend Preview

The clouds have parted above Los Angeles and that means that it must be time for a brand new episode of Championship Wrestling from Hollywood! This week the RockNES Monsters continue their investigation of Vermin by kicking off the program against former Vermin members Ryan Taylor and Joey Ryan. Taylor hasn’t had his head on straight since the mysterious disappearance of Tomaste and this could play into the hands of BHK and YUMA. However, viewers shouldn’t count Taylor and Ryan out, as they held the Heritage Tag Team Championship while members of Vermin! Will the investigation continue smoothly for the RockNES Monsters or will former champs Ryan Taylor and Joey Ryan reunite in their winning ways?

Ryan Taylor teaches a yoga pose to former Vermin member Joey Ryan. (Photo by Hiban Huerta)

Next we will see “The Killer Bae” Heather Monroe square off against Arizona’s Morgan. Morgan has returned to Hollywood after spending years training in the deserts of the Southwest with The Tribe. This is a welcomed challenge for Heather Monroe, who is eager to embarrass anyone who considers herself a “seasoned” competitor. Will Morgan have a successful return to Hollywood or will she be forced to tap out to the Seven Year Stretch?

Morgan lands a damaging chop on Heather Monroe. (Photo by Hiban Huerta)

In our Main Event, Willie Mack makes his first defense of the NWA National Championship against “Uptown” Andy Brown. Riding high off of the momentum of the NWA 70 event in Nashville, Mack looks to make a statement with every title defense put in front of him. Andy Brown is a worthy contender to the National Championship, having won the 2018 Red Carpet Rumble and steamrolling into big opportunities in CWFH ever since. This Main Event will be one you won’t want to miss, so make sure you catch this week’s edition of Championship Wrestling from Hollywood!