This weeks #heritagehall is a classic battle from September 21st 2013 between two former Hollywood Heritage Champions. Ryan Taylor battles Willie Mack. At the time Taylor was doing everything he could to reclaim the Heritage title from Scorpio Sky, while Willie Mack was hot on the trail attempting to claim the United Television Title. *PRESENTED AS ORIGINALLY AIRED SEPTEMBER 21, 2013* Want to watch Championship Wrestling From Hollywood? Find out how at hollywoodwrestling.com, or watch online at fite.tv/channel/cwfh.
For this week’s #GettingOver feature, in which we thank the hard-working and talented crew being the #UWN, we turn our spotlight on the voice of Championship Wrestling from Hollywood, Todd Keneley!
Six things to know about Todd:
🎙 Started working with David Marquez 20 years ago at UPW. Since then, they’ve worked on many projects together, including #CWFH, Championship Wrestling from Arizona, NJPW USA Fighting Spirit, Get Down MMA, CXF MMA, Lights Out X-Treme Fighting, Bash Boxing and more.
💪 Worked with childhood hero Hulk Hogan on Hulk Hogan’s Celebrity Championship Wrestling, Hulkamania Australia Tour and at IMPACT Wrestling.
⚰️ Was a Druid for the Undertaker’s #WrestleMania 21 entrance.
🎭 Helped form a relationship with Improv / Levity Live that resulted in the Irvine Improv hosting the 2019 Coastline Clash. Hopes to hold future #UnitedWrestling events at Levity venues nationwide.
🏈 Graduated from the University of Southern California, where he played football for USC (defensive tackle).
🎡 Loves going to theme parks with his son Jack.
On this week’s episode of #ThePush, we sit down with one of the most unique and one of the sweetest men in the history of the United Wrestling Network, Gentleman Jervis, who shares his story and his personal mission at Championship Wrestling From Hollywood.
For this week’s #GettingOver feature, in which we thank the amazing crew behind the curtain of our growing operation, we are pointing the spotlight at Logan Chegwidden, producer/director of both Championship Wrestling from Hollywood and Championship Wrestling from Arizona, and editor of our weekly social media series, #ThePush.
Five facts about Logan:
😎 Started working with Championship Wrestling from Hollywood in 2010.
📺 Received an Emmy nomination in 2018 for his work on the program “50 Plus Prime: Carl and Rob Reiner, Like father Like Son.”
🎥 Was the sole American camera operator on UWN’s China program, which was directed in Mandarin.
🎶 Favorite album to play in the van on the way to road shows is Marvin Gaye’s 1972 album Trouble Man.
⚰️ Favorite UWN memory is, along with Mick Greenwood, Peter Avalon and Robert Baines, murdering the original Joe Galli in 2018.
On March 1st, 2014 The Scrap Iron Adam Pearce battled James Morgan in a Street Fight. At the time The Scrap Iron was in a heated rivalry with, and hell bent on eliminating the Family Stone from CWFH! Relive this classic from the United Wrestling Network vault on #HeritageHall! Want to watch Championship Wrestling From Hollywood? Find out how at hollywoodwrestling.com, or watch online at fite.tv/channel/cwfh.
On our latest episode of #WorkRate, David Marquez candidly explains how the “MarquezMentality” has proven for well over a decade, that the United Wrestling Network is a leader in the world of professional wrestling.
For week 4 of our #GettingOver series, featuring the hard-working and talented crew behind the United Wrestling Network, we share some pictures of and from Justin Cotterell, the official photographer for Championship Wrestling from Hollywood!
Five Things to Know About Justin:
💃 His mother owned a dance studio, where he spent his afternoons after school. “Watching her dancers helped me learn to observe movement, which helps me capture it in wrestling.”
📸 Has been a fashion, headshot and portrait photographer for 7 years, but also works as an actor, screenwriter and model.
😎 He is legally blind from birth. “Without glasses or contacts I can only see about 1 to 2 feet in front of me. I am fully aware of the irony involved with what I do.”
🎞 Pulls a lot of his inspiration visually from movies, specifically westerns, Ridley Scott films and movies set in the 90s. “I try to incorporate aesthetics from all of these into my wrestling work.”
👰 Says his wife is his favorite person to work with. “We met through photography/modeling almost 5 years ago and have been creating ever since.”
On this week’s episode of “Heritage Hall,” we’re throwing it back to 2011, when a young Brian Cage faced Shaun Ricker (now known as Eli Drake), during an NWA Championship Wrestling From Hollywood taping at the Showcase Theater.
On this week’s episode of #ThePush, we sit down with Hollywood Heritage Champion Watts, who shares his story, from growing up a wrestling fan “in the hood” to growing as a wrestler and as a role model.
For week 3 of our #GettingOver series, featuring the hard-working and passionate crew behind our little operation, we point the spotlight towards Jeramie McPeek, our play-by-play voice for Championship Wrestling from Arizona and social manager for #UnitedWrestling.
Five Things to Know About Jeramie:
🏀 Spent 24 years with the Phoenix Suns before starting his own social media consultancy in 2016, and has worked with the WWE, NFL, XFL, NBA and Fiesta Bowl, among other sports and entertainment brands over the last four years.
🤙 Once did his Randy Savage impersonation for the Macho Man himself, while Hulk Hogan and Charles Barkley watched on in surprise.
💥 Partnered with Lucasfilm to organize the first-ever Star Wars Night at an NBA game in 2012, which inspired other teams to follow. There were 17 Star Wars Nights in the NBA this past season.
🎤 Has had more than a thousand articles published in national magazines over the last 25 years and has interviewed hundreds of athletes and celebrities, including Kobe, JT, Leo and The Rock.
📝 Chose to pursue a degree in journalism after having his letter to the editor about the Midnight Rockers published in PWI Pro Wrestling Illustrated as a sophomore in high school.