Post by toasterboy on Nov 11, 2017 21:36:52 GMT -5
Csonka’s Championship Wrestling From Hollywood Review 10.07.17
"This was a really solid show to jump in on, nothing was bad, almost everyone was working really hard and they announced a match for next week. I’ll likely stick with it for a while to see where it goes, they made me curious and did nothing to really turn me off of the product (although I’m not thrilled with watching a lot of Patron or Swagger)."
Csonka’s Championship Wrestling From Hollywood Review 10.22.17 "Championship Wrestling From Hollywood continues to be a solid and fun hour of TV, they are introducing new people each week and slowly building their stories and feuds. I’m not a big fan of five-matches in an hour, as it feels that you can accomplish more by cutting one match and giving the other matches or angles more time. It allows them to be featured more and allows things to sink in better."
Csonka’s Championship Wrestling From Hollywood Review 10.29.17
Overall this was probably “the worst” episode of the show I’ve reviewed so far. I get that they are trying to tell stories, but having three out of four having some form of interference was just a complete turn off for me.
I noticed it here. The CW of Fargo, ND carries it. Just have to remember to tune in Saturday. 7 AM is odd time, but I hope they get the exposure they're looking for?!
According to Dave, the ratings have been really good and the show has added a few more stations since the October launch. The Spanish only broadcast has really been taking off too. There’s some rumbling of the show branching out internationally as well. Thanks for checking it out.
I saw that Reno Scum defends the United World Tag Team Championship against Classic Connection at tomorrow's TV taping:
After ridding the United Wrestling Network of former World Tag Team Champions Pac 3, Luster the Legend and Adam Thornstowe have declared that they will defend their titles anywhere in the world. With a television broadcast emanating from Shanghai, China on the horizon, the men collectively known as Reno Scum are soon to make their promise a reality. But before their flight for the Far East takes off, they must first put those titles on the line one more time in Hollywood. But who will step up to challenge the Champs?
Championship Wrestling From Hollywood’s Minority Owner Nikko Marquez has been scouting tag teams from across the United Wrestling Network to find a duo that will bring the most exciting fight to television. With touches of “old school” brawling in the repertoire of Reno Scum, Nikko’s task to match that skill set struck an idea in his head to push the matchup forward – or Retro Forward. The team that Nikko has signed for the next World Tag Team Title opportunity is none other than The Office’s own Classic Connection.
“Buddy and Levi have been doing a great job representing The Office in their time away from Championship Wrestling From Hollywood,” says a swamped Nikko Marquez. “From what Peter has told me, Classic Connection has been a pillar of contribution on the Championship Wrestling from Arizona roster. Since synergy is a focus of The Office’s re-org, seeing their attention to making other United promotions function shows me that they are deserving of a title opportunity against Reno Scum.”
The matchmaker has spoken and Classic Connection will challenge the United Wrestling Network World Tag Team Champions Reno Scum on February 25th at the Oceanview Pavilion. Don’t miss it!