Championship Wrestling From Hollywood Weekend Preview

FSW Tag Team Champions Bey Black (Photo by Devin Chen)

Keeping Coach Flexo calm is a tall order. The head of Pac 3 will have his work cut out for him on this week’s episode of Championship Wrestling From Hollywood, as The United Wrestling Network World Tag Team Champions extend the open challenge to Bey Black. Las Vegas standouts Chris Bey and Nino Black are the current FSW Tag Team Champions and would love nothing more than to bring more gold back to Sin City. How will Coach Flexo and his team form the perfect defense?

This week will feature a special United Wrestling Network Showcase match between Freelance Wrestling’s Matt Knicks and CWFH’s Kevin Condron. Will the man from the Windy City be able to keep up with the millenial from the West Side?

Brian Cage presses Lucas Riley (Photo by Devin Chen)

A machine has returned to Hollywood. Not just any machine. THE machine. After years spent traveling the world becoming literally and figuratively one of the biggest men in the industry, Brian Cage has stepped foot back into Championship Wrestling From Hollywood ready to tear his opponents in half. When asked to comment on the re-debut of Cage, CWFH Minority Owner Nikko Marquez simply remarked, “That’s swell.” What’s in store for “The Machine” Brian Cage? Tune in to this week’s episode of Championship Wrestling From Hollywood!

 

CWFH to Premiere on The CW Network’s CW PLUS Affiliates October 7th

HOLLYWOOD, CA (July 11, 2017) – This fall, America’s fastest growing pro wrestling television promotion will celebrate its 7th year of broadcasting with its biggest expansion yet!


On Saturday, October 7th at 7AM (Alaska 6A),  Championship Wrestling from Hollywood (CWFH) premieres on 110 of The CW Network’s CW Plus affiliates. Since 2010, CWFH has broadcast more than 350 consecutive weeks of televised pro wrestling and the program has featured the very best talent on the pro wrestling scene, including popular personalities and current WWE Superstars.


CWFH has come a very long way. Our company has been around for 14 years and we’ve always have had some sort of television presentation, but it wasn’t until KDOC-TV in Los Angeles gave us the chance to shine 7 years ago that we hit our stride. Today, I’m proud to add these new CW Plus television stations to our existing distribution. Over the years we’ve been able to establish a loyal fan base and many of those people live in the areas where we’ll be premiering on Oct. 7th. I’m also excited because of the timing. We’ve been planning our upcoming United Wrestling Network World Championship Tournament and this coverage will help us build anticipation to that event. I’d like to thank everyone for their continued support and to everyone who helped craft this syndication.” said CWFH Executive Producer David Marquez.


The CW Plus (CWP) is The CW Network’s broadcast platform that distributes programming exclusively to smaller television markets. CWP provides a 24/7 program schedule to these affiliates, with The CW’s primetime schedule as its centerpiece. CWP’s line-up is supplemented by first-run and off-net syndicated programming. CWP is currently available in 111 markets, and reaches roughly 12.8 million homes, or 11% of US television households on an NTI basis.


The CW Plus stations join WVVH-TV New York City, KDOC-TV Los Angeles, KDCO-TV Denver, KWWL-TV Waterloo, WADL-TV Detroit, Youtoo America, Tuff TV and FITE as a part of our weekly distribution. For more information on where you can watch CWFH please visit https://www.hollywoodwrestling.com/television-schedule. Also, please find us on Facebook and follow us on Social Media @CWFHollywood. 

Meltdown Comics & CWFH Team Up For ‘The Red Carpet Roll-Out’ Hosted By Jervis Cottonbelly!

Championship Wrestling From Hollywood (CWFH) and Meltdown Comics will team up to present ‘The Red Carpet Roll-Out’ hosted by Jervis Cottonbelly – the first ever professional wrestling event to emanate from inside Los Angeles’ #1 comic book store! The event will showcase Southern California’s top professional wrestlers, including Hollywood Heritage Champion “Professional” Peter Avalon, United Television Champion Scorpio Sky, United Tag Team Champions PAC-3, international superstar Rocky Romero, and many more!

“We love the spectacle that is professional wrestling,” stated Meltdown’s Chief Relations Officer Jamie Iovine. Adding, “We are always looking for more ways to integrate Meltdown’s community into the world of sports entertainment, so the opportunity to work with Championship Wrestling From Hollywood was a no-brainer for us!”

Emmy award-winning producer, and CWFH Executive Producer, David Marquez stated “I grew up with professional wrestling at the Olympic Auditorium and have been involved in Los Angeles’ professional wrestling scene for three decades now, I know first-hand how deeply rooted Hollywood is in pro wrestling.”

“Meltdown has established itself as the center for pop-culture events in Los Angeles, and with professional wrestling’s deep ties into the history of both pop-culture and Los Angeles, combining Championship Wrestling From Hollywood and Meltdown is a natural fit.” added Jonathan King, GM of the United Wrestling Network.

Admission to this special Meltdown Comics event is completely free, with doors set to open at 11am.

Meltdown Comics, which recently nabbed the top spot in LAist’s ‘Best Comic Book Stores In Los Angeles’, is located at 7522 W. Sunset Blvd. in Hollywood. For more information, please visit www.MeltComics.com.

Championship Wrestling From Hollywood, the flagship broadcast from the United Wrestling Network, airs Saturdays at 4PM on KDOC-TV Los Angeles, and will be holding their 5th annual Red Carpet Rumble mega-event on Sunday June 25th at the Oceanview Pavilion in Pt Hueneme, CA. For more information, visit HollywoodWrestling.com

Eric Watts wants the PP3 Cup back – he’s not done with it yet

Eric Watts has already won a PP3 Cup. Well….kind of. History will record Rocky Romero as the winner of the 2016 Percival Pringle III Memorial Cup; however, Watts’ manager Ty Matthews – the leader of the Hyperoptimism movement/cult – manipulated Romero into defending his right to the cup while injured. Watts made quick work of Romero, who already was in a sling when the match began.

The duo weren’t done. Perhaps no one in history has used ‘Percy’s Privilege‘ to make a bigger impact than “Big Nasty” did. Just a few short weeks ago, Watts shocked the world by using the privilege to challenge both tag team champions at the same time – BY HIMSELF – and he won.

Watts is now the United Tag Team Champions (you read that right). Ty Matthews has already served notice that should he and Watts lay claim to the PP3 Cup again, their sights will be set squarely on the Hollywood Heritage Championship. That would consolidate two of CWFH’s three sanctioned championships onto the waist of one man. Maybe Ty Matthews does really know how to “Be well.

Jarek 1:20 – Bateman’s attack dog is off the leash and coming for the PP3 Cup

We knew Jarek 1:20 was crazy. Anyone who declares the likes of United Television Champion Bateman to be a “God” is, in part, letting you know that their elevator doesn’t go all the way to the top.

We knew Jarek was dangerous. Just ask “Main Event” James Morgan – who lost his career in his battle with Bateman almost entirely due to Jarek’s constant and calculated interference.

We didn’t know Jarek was crazy enough to stalk Yuma’s family, kidnap him, hang him upside down from the ceiling of the Oceanview Pavilion and drag one of the company’s most vicious and tenured competitors into a Non-Sanctioned match that HE requested.

We’re beyond the pale. Jarek 1:20 is willing to go as far as it takes – And in the Percival Pringle III Memorial Cup, that’s exactly how far he’ll have to go.

Be there for the 5th Annual Percival Pringle III Memorial Cup on Sunday January 15th at the Oceanview Pavilion in Pt. Hueneme! More details on this FREE event at https://www.hollywoodwrestling.com/event/11517

Espiritu – underneath that mask lies the sleeper pick in the PP3 Cup

The big free agent and first key acquisition in Nikko Marquez’s ‘Lucha Movement’, Espiritu has quickly racked up an impressive record in both Championship Wrestling from Hollywood and Championship Wrestling from Arizona. But, he has flown under the radar throughout it all.

His amicable and exciting personality is reflected in his in-ring style. His fellow luchadores love him, the fans love him and Ryan Taylor…well…Ryan Taylor REALLY hates him. Espiritu somehow ran afoul of Taylor and the feud went nuclear almost instantaneously. Taylor has become obsessed with unmasking the luchador – a deep and personal offense/affront to all in the lucha libre community.

Like his hated rival, Espiritu will need to put his hatred aside and shift his focus to the prize that matters. If he can, Espiritu could be the sleeper pick that wins your office Percival Pringle III Memorial Cup pool this year.

Be there for the 5th Annual Percival Pringle III Memorial Cup on Sunday January 15th at the Oceanview Pavilion in Pt. Hueneme! More details on this FREE event at https://www.hollywoodwrestling.com/event/11517

Bad Dude Tito gets another shot at Peter Avalon’s Hollywood Heritage Championship

Bad Dude Tito gets his rematch with Hollywood Heritage Champion “Pretty” Peter Avalon in the main event of the first episode of Championship Wrestling From Hollywood in 2017! Tune-in Saturday at 4PM on KDOC Los Angeles and 12AM ET/9PM PT on Youtoo America!

To find CWFH on an affiliate in your area, please visit https://www.hollywoodwrestling.com/television-schedule

Dan Joseph & Dicky Mayer – PAC-3’s savvy veteran and blue chip prospect enter the PP3 Cup together

When PAC-3 leader, Coach Flexo, drafted his boys and created the team – Dan Joseph met every qualification the Coach had. Joseph was an experienced veteran, bombastic with untapped potential, and (most importantly) he was a lifelong tag team wrestler.

Dicky Mayer is the blue-chipper of PAC-3. A well-drafted and well-scouted prospect with “can’t miss” written all over him. Like all young talents, he’s single-handedly won PAC-3 some very important matches on talent alone, including a win over the team of Drew Gulak and Timothy Thatcher. But, also like all young talents, he’s single-handedly lost PAC-3 some very important matches on inexperience alone.

PAC-3 is a team. They function, much like the legendary Fabulous Freebirds, as a rotating bench of two-man tag teams. It was fitting that (through random draw) – Joseph and Mayer got to qualify for the tournament together at our December 4th TV taping. You can rest assured that Coach Flex and new Red Shirt Freshman, Dylan Bostic will be in both corners each time they compete as well.

The Percival Pringle III Memorial Cup is a single’s competition, however. This means that Joseph and Mayer could find themselves matched up against one another. Will PAC-3’s strength in numbers lead the PP3 Cup to Coach Flexo’s trophy case (and an almost certain United Tag Team Championship challenge)? Or will, to borrow an axiom from football, will we learn that “If you have two PP3 competitors, you have zero PP3 competitors“?

Be there for the 5th Annual Percival Pringle III Memorial Cup on Sunday January 15th at the Oceanview Pavilion in Pt. Hueneme! More details on this FREE event at https://www.hollywoodwrestling.com/event/11517

Yuma is seeking something – is what he’s looking for inside the PP3 Cup?

Two years ago, Yuma won the Percival Pringle III Memorial Cup – and that was a dark day in Hollywood. Yuma’s victory heralded the rise of the age of Vermin. As Vermin’s unquestioned leader, his victory set a tone that ultimately led to all of the gold in Hollywood being seized by the banes of the Marquez family’s existence.

Yuma, himself, took home the big prize. He used ‘Percy’s Privilege‘ exactly the way everyone expected he would. He surprised a beaten and unsuspecting Hobo to take the Hollywood Heritage Championship.

These days, Vermin is gone. Yuma is alone. And there is something… different about him. He has shown a reluctance to cheat and a desire to make a change… though he hasn’t quite figured out how or what. The violent and sadistic streak is still there, though. Just ask Jarek 1:20 who mistakenly thought the new Yuma was a ripe target and got destroyed in a non-sanctioned contest that saw Yuma stop at nothing to punish his opponent.

Yuma’s search for what comes next will become a lot more focused if he has a short-cut to gold in his hands, and he knows that. Maybe making him the most dangerous person in this tournament.

Be there for the 5th Annual Percival Pringle III Memorial Cup on Sunday January 15th at the Oceanview Pavilion in Pt. Hueneme! More details on this FREE event at https://www.hollywoodwrestling.com/event/11517

Could the PP3 Cup help Ryan Taylor find his zen?

Ryan Taylor is one of the most decorated wrestler in the history of Championship Wrestling from Hollywood. He has won the Hollywood Heritage Championship. He has won the United Tag Team Championships. He has won the United Television Championship.He’s even won the Percival Pringle III Memorial Cup before (though he was issued a rare defeat when he attempted to cash in ‘Percy’s Privilege‘).

What does this tell us about Ryan Taylor? It tells us that, when he can focus and execute – he can win ANYTHING. That’s the good news for Ryan Taylor.

The bad news for Ryan Taylor is that, these days, he seems to be very visibly struggling with his focus. Taylor may have taken the demise of Vermin hardest. Fans taunted the return of “Cryin’ Ryan” as a devastated Taylor watched the group implode. Since that day, he has tried to become a more meditative, controlled wrestler and man.

But his balance is anything but zen, these days. His furious temper has found a target in Espiritu (with whom he qualified for this tournament at the December 4th TV taping). He enters this tournament with one eye on the prize and one eye on his hated rival. Can Taylor find his focus?