State Officials across the United States have called for large events to be postponed amid the ongoing outbreak of COVID-19 (Coronavirus). Given the state of emergency, the United Wrestling Network has postponed all upcoming Championship Wrestling from Hollywood and Championship Wrestling from Arizona television events and blockbusters. Tickets purchased for these events will be honored when a new date is announced. Ticket holders may also request a refund at the point of purchase. Viewers of our programming will still be able to watch their favorite wrestlers at the regularly scheduled times.
“Since our show is pre-recorded, there are several weeks of existing programming in the can and if in 30 days we’ve not been in production on new episodes, we are fortunate to have a 10 year archive that can be repurposed for broadcasting,” stated David Marquez, President and CEO of David Marquez Productions, Inc.
For the safety of the citizens of Memphis, Tennessee, Autozone Park has postponed all events until further notice. Unfortunately, this includes the Birthday Bash promoted by Championship Wrestling Presented by Pro Shingle that was scheduled for April 25.
“We’re gonna bodyslam COVID-19!” shouts host Dustin Starr, “And don’t worry! Our Birthday Bash isn’t canceled and we look forward to celebrating with you at a later date!”
In compliance with national health advisory, West Coast Pro Wrestling’s “A Lesson to Be Learned” event has been postponed to April 17. The event, which features Championship Wrestling Presented by West Coast Pro Wrestling stars such as Levi Shapiro, Heather Monroe, and Zicky Dice, will honor all tickets purchased for the originally scheduled date.
“Your passion, respect, and support since the beginning of West Coast Pro is what keeps us going forward, giving you the best pro wrestling in Northern California,” says promoter Scott Bregante. “I appreciate you, and look forward to seeing you on April 17.”
Championship Wrestling Presented by West Coast Pro Wrestling will continue to air as scheduled. Tune in for the action and updates regarding upcoming events.
Championship Wrestling Presented by Amarillo Venom is off to a great start following a stellar premiere on March 14. Unfortunately, the main sponsor of the program, Amarillo Venom Football, have announced that their season has been postponed due to COVID-19 concerns.
“It is the league’s intent, and the intent of all our teams to play this season,” says Champions Indoor Football Commissioner Ricky Bertz. “As this issue evolves, we will be making decisions and passing information along in as timely a manner as possible.”
Championship Wrestling Presented by Amarillo Venom will continue to air as scheduled. Tune in for the latest action as well as updates from the Amarillo Venom on their upcoming season.
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