WWE TV Couple Breaks Up Tonight, WWE Battleground Theme Song Revealed, Championship Wrestling From Hollywood Lands TV Deal

Nick Paglino
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WWE TV Couple Breaks Up Tonight

The WWE 205 Live feud between Cedric Alexander and Noam Dar ended tonight when Alexander defeated Dar in an “I Quit” match.

Following the bout, Noam Dar got on the mic and said that he wasn’t quitting Cedric Alexander, he was quitting Alicia Fox. Dar went on about being the youngest member of the 205 Live roster and the youngest member of WWE Raw, and as the Scottish Supernova he has a woman on every continent. Dar told Fox that he used her to gain popularity, but now she’s just not worth the trouble she comes with. Dar left her standing crying in the ring as he walled out alone to end the show.

WWE Battleground Theme Song

The official theme song for the July 23rd WWE Battleground PPV from Philadelphia is “Whatever It Takes” by Imagine Dragons.

Championship Wrestling From Hollywood Lands TV Deal

The following press release has been issued:


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

Saturday, October 7 at 7 a.m. (Alaska 6 a.m.), the United Wrestling Network’s 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 October 7. I’m also excited because of the timing around the upcoming United Wrestling Network World Championship Tournament. 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, reaching roughly 12.8 million homes, or 11% of US television households on an NTI basis.

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

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