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!lfsExjBfzE - Tue, 15 Sep 2020 15:02:08 EST o+BTpfHb No.6445998
File: 1600196528628.jpg -(77765B / 75.94KB, 1024x512) Thumbnail displayed, click image for full size. UWN PRIMETIME LIVE 9/15 IPPV THREAD
>Watch UWN Primetime Live at 9pm EDT / 2am BST in /wooo/tube 2 - http://taima.tv/r/wooo2

*NWA Worlds Heavyweight Championship Match: Nick Aldis (c) vs. Mike Bennett
*West Coast Pro Championship Match: Alexander Hammerstone (c) vs. EJ Sparks
*Singles Match: Heather Monroe vs. Kamille
*UWN Television Championship Match: Dan Joseph (c) vs. Levi Shapiro w/ Howdy Price
*Singles Match: Chris Dickinson vs. Dick Mayor
*Singles Match: Will Allday vs. Jordan Clearwater
*Tag Team Match: The Tribe (Hawaiian Lion & The Navajo Warrior) vs. The Wolf Zaddies (Bad Dude Tito & Che Cabrera)
*Plus NWA Women's Champion Thunder Rosa, the six man trio known as Static (Andy Brown, Adrian Quest, & Ray Rosas), and NYC veteran Papadon among the stars heading to future broadcasts!

Commencing Tuesday September 15th, the weekly ninety-minute PPV series will emanate from California's Thunder Studios, produced by The United Wrestling Network, in partnership with the National Wrestling Alliance. The United Wrestling Network is the brainchild of long-time promoter and TV producer Dave Marquez, overseeing a collection of Championship Wrestling from promotions who share talents, production and championships. The United Wrestling Network will partner with Billy Corgan's National Wrestling Alliance for Primetime Live, bringing the Champions and competitors from the popular NWA Powerrr series live and in action, meshing the tradition of professional wrestling with a push towards the future. Primetime Live is designed to be a launchpad to provide evolving talents their first national PPV exposure while presenting a Nexus for veterans to return to prominence within the squared circle. For diehard fans seeking to discover the diamonds in the rough who will push professional wrestling to the next level, Primetime Live will be their destination for an alternative, hard-hitting combat sports experience.


There is perhaps no more fitting main event for the debut of UWN's Primetime Live than Nick Aldis carrying his beloved Ten Pounds of Gold into the ring against a challenger who is seeking not just championship glory but outright redemption. While Aldis has been the flagbearer for the National Wrestling Alliance since the promotion's rebirth under the auspices of Billy Corgan, Bennett's career trajectory has been far more sullen. Trapped in the vortex of missed opportunities and being completely misused by WWE officials, Bennett's escape from the promotion has led to a tremendous chip on his shoulder. Exhausted and furious at being overlooked nationally, Bennett is storming into Primetime Live seeking to shock the world by capturing the NWA Worlds Championship. The only problem with Bennett's plans to transform the narrative of his career in one evening is that he'll be attempting to do so by facing perhaps the most tremendously gifted professional wrestler of the modern era...


The UWN Primetime Live series will provide a much needed spotlight for professional wrestling promotions that are beloved by their local communities but have yet to find true national exposure. On the debut edition of Primetime Live, West Coast Pro will be featured as their reigning and defending champion, the massive powerhouse Alexander Hammerstone will defend against up and coming West Coast sensation EJ Sparks, who has taken to the air to shock opponents up and down the Pacific Coast. Hammerstone, who has decimated opponents across MLW and Pro Wrestling NOAH over the last year, will be playing Championship Goliath to the David of EJ Sparks. Can power and wrestling finesse overpower heart and all out aerial assaults? It will all unfold on Primetime Live!


Kamille has become both respected and revived as the muscle behind NWA Worlds Champion Nick Aldis, but remains a powerhouse competitor in her own right. During the debut episode of Primetime Live, Kamille will make history, becoming one of the first female competitors to enter the ring on UWN's debut PPV broadcast. Heather Monroe, a respected veteran of the California scene who has risen to become one of the most beloved combatants in Championship Wrestling from Hollywood, will be a tough test for Kamille. Monroe, recently seen in AEW, has continued to evolve as a competitor. Will Kamille's strength and aggression be the factor that takes out the "Bae" or will Monroe once again shock the world with another stunning victory? FITE viewers will witness the answer live.


Dan "The Man" Joseph has been enjoying quite the championship reign since ascending to the United Wrestling Network Television Championship throne. While the championship has brought him into regular combat (as well as television opportunities that have included co-hosting Championship Wrestling from Hollywood's Best of episodes with Jon Roberts), there may be no more important Championship defense beyond the debut episode of Primetime Live, where Joseph has the opportunity to introduce himself as the definitive champion for viewers across the globe. Joseph will be facing the pride of Atlantic City, NJ, The Unorthodox Levi Shapiro, who is no stranger to Joseph. Led to the ring by nefarious talent prospector Howdy Price, Shapiro is laser-focused at redeeming himself after recently losing to Joseph, obsessed with making history as the new UWN Television Champion.


One of the most hard-hitting and in demand independent professional wrestlers fighting today, Chris Dickinson will make his UWN debut on Primetime Live. Having terrorized opponents in AAA Lucha Libre, EVOLVE and Beyond Wrestling, among other outfits, Dickinson is looking to make a worldwide smash with a victory. Dickinson will be facing four-year veteran Dick Mayor, a star trained by Brian Kendrick and Jesse Hernandez who has wowed fans across The Golden State with his flying headbutt. Will Dicksinson maul his way to his first victory in the United Wrestling Network or will Mayor reign?


Will Allday, a former collegiate wrestling standout who has risen to the top of WWE Hall of Famer Booker T's Reality of Wrestling promotion will represent the Lone Star State when he clashes with Jordan Clearwater. Clearwater, dubbed The Golden Boy, has had a long, successful 2020 on the West Coast, going all the way to the semi-finals of the most recent Precious Percy Pringle Memorial Cup (The PP3) tournament and debuting for New Japan Pro Wrestling's Strong TV series on FITE, but the crowning moment of the year would be establishing his dominance on Primetime Live. For Clearwater to do so, he's going to have to upend Allday, who has torn through Texas like a force of nature. What State will emerge victorious?


Two of California's most dominant tag teams will face off in a colossal clash during the debut episode of Prime Time Live. One of the most popular duos on the West Coast, The Tribe - Hawaiian Lion and The Navajo Warrior will take to the ring to battle The Wolf Zaddies, Bad Dude Tito and Che Cabrera. The Wolf Zaddies have beaten opponents everywhere into submission and seek to continue carving their path of destruction through Primetime Live. To do so, however, they are going to have to overcome The Tribe, perhaps the most vibrant and resilient tandem to step into the United Wrestling Network. Having endured numerous wars thanks to the tremendous fan support behind them, The Navajo Warrior and Hawaiian Lion seek to entertain and electrify fans across the FITE world with a big tag team victory.
The People - Tue, 15 Sep 2020 16:33:30 EST KMWjh1rg No.6446039 Reply
Nick Aldis rules
Mike Bennett drools
Fire Ant - Tue, 15 Sep 2020 16:52:44 EST n9eKBgQH No.6446050 Reply
Unless Maria is with him, I never want to see Mike Bennett wrestle again
Velvet McIntyre - Tue, 15 Sep 2020 18:43:46 EST WGX285N+ No.6446085 Reply
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Dave Lagana getting cancelled is the best thing to happen to the NWA since Billy Bought it. David Marquez is based as fuck and deserves to be the one running things.
Drew Gulak - Tue, 15 Sep 2020 21:21:24 EST QHN7xcxJ No.6446324 Reply
Bless Aldis but not even he can make me wanna watch a Bennett match, fuck this
Harlem Bravado - Wed, 16 Sep 2020 06:18:55 EST dyJPIiPc No.6446410 Reply
how was this? it's not up yet on Watchwrestling
Reckless Youth - Wed, 16 Sep 2020 07:34:09 EST 5U6g5csN No.6446426 Reply
Apparently the stream to this show shit the bed and the main event was a rushed mess? Any truth to it?
Mickie James - Wed, 16 Sep 2020 12:59:10 EST Cf+QpFD5 No.6446510 Reply
Maybe it's just me, however, Alexander Hammerstone reminds me of a young Shane Douglas
Randy Orton - Wed, 16 Sep 2020 13:08:19 EST Nwp9fWmA No.6446517 Reply

>Last night's United Wrestling Network PPV debut was marred by streaming issues for the FITE version, which seemed to get better as the show went on. We are told by readers who ordered the show on InDemand and other PPV providers that the PPV version did not have similar issues. UWN President Dave Marquez addressed the issued on Twitter:
"Thanks to everyone who joined us tonight for #PrimeTimeLive! I do apologize for the technical issues on @FiteTV, those happened on their end. We’ll be replacing the show with a master file. See ya next week!"

>The show also ran into timing issues as several of the earlier matches ran long, leading to the Tribe vs. Wolf Zaddies and the UWN TV title bout between Dan Joseph and Levi Shapiro being extremely cut down. It seemed the tag match competitors had zero idea they were going to a time limit draw when the bell rang. The NWA Championship match between Nick Aldis and challenger Mike Bennett was obviously on hyperspeed as well as they rushed to make sure they could get through what was planned in the 8-9 minutes they had. Aldis' main events usually go in the 20-25 minute range, so they were working around what time they were left with.

>Aldis commented via Twitter after the PPV went off the air:
"All I can say regarding the issues with the ppv tonight is @nwa fans deserve better, and you will get it. Also we busted our asses in what time we had to deliver a main event and Mike Bennett is a quality professional and he deserves your respect."

>In my opinion, the promotion would be better served opening up with the main event - or at least making sure it goes on 45 minutes into the 90 minute broadcast, so that the match that the PPV is built around has all the time it needs. Then, they can slot the younger, athletic talents (such as last night's Will Allday vs. Jordan Clearwater bout) into the final slot of the PPV, giving them the spotlight. After all, this isn't a traditional TV broadcast, since anyone watching has paid for it, so there's no danger in them "clicking" to the next show. The promotion already has their money. The PPV could not extend time or run long as they needed to be off the air by 10:29 EST on InDemand.

>Dave Marquez directed the PPV.
>Although he was mentioned on the air, NWA President Billy Corgan was not at the PPV.
>Joe Galli, Todd Kenley and Alyssa Marino were absolutely excellent on commentary last night.
>There were zero injuries coming out of the show.
>The backstage interviews were all pre-tapes from earlier in the afternoon.
>Several hours before the PPV, there was a power outage in Long Beach, CA, where Thunder Studios is located, which obviously would have been a disaster had that happened when the show was on the air, but thankfully that didn't happen.

it's the elephant in the room but Dave Lagana was absolutely a better producer/director for this stuff than Dave Marquez. Marquez also handled the NWA 70 PPV with the Cody vs Aldis rematch and that also had a bunch of technical problems.
Randy Orton - Wed, 16 Sep 2020 13:16:36 EST Nwp9fWmA No.6446527 Reply
how soon until Corgan quietly brings Lagana back as a "consultant" a la Dixie & Russo?
Mr. Fuji - Wed, 16 Sep 2020 16:57:18 EST WGX285N+ No.6446590 Reply
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Watching the replay, the production seems perfectly fine. Of course it looks different, it's a completely different studio setup than Powerrr and it's live. It was an amped up version of Championship Wrestling from Hollywood. If you were expecting more than that you were expecting too much. I'm not sure why everyone is blaming the producers for a botched stream, that's on Fite.
Randy Orton - Wed, 16 Sep 2020 17:03:38 EST Nwp9fWmA No.6446594 Reply
>I'm not sure why everyone is blaming the producers for a botched stream, that's on Fite.
because guaranteeing a smooth broadcast is one of the producers' jobs
The Great Muta - Wed, 16 Sep 2020 17:05:24 EST M8BG0zUw No.6446595 Reply
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Zero people popping while watching this in Woootube. The absolute state of NWA in 2020.
Mr. Fuji - Wed, 16 Sep 2020 17:40:13 EST WGX285N+ No.6446607 Reply
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Dave if you're going to use the internet, use it to fill out job applications or something productive.

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