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United Wrestling Network “Prime Time Live” Debut Results 9/15/20

Written by Shannon Walsh

United Wrestling Network “Prime Time Live” episode 1 results from Long Beach, California at Thunder Studios on 9/15/20 live on FITE TV:

These UWN events will be held each Tuesday night at 9pm EST with a 90-minute run time expected. They are $8 each or you can buy a four episode package deal for $24. A Spanish language commentary version is also available on FITE.

Promoter/announcer David Marquez welcomes us to the show and he hyped up this first live pay-per-view broadcast. Chris Dickinson interrupted him and said he doesn’t care that the NWA is now involved with the UWN. He said nobody gives him opportunities so he takes them. He said he’s putting everyone on notice because he will be trouble for the UWN.

Championship Wrestling From Hollywood announcer Todd Keneley, The NWA’s Joe Galli, and Alyssa Marino are the broadcast team. Marquez will be doing the interviews backstage.

West Coast Pro Champion Hammerstone pinned EJ Sparks after the Nightmare Pendulum.

NWA World Champion Nick Aldis did a backstage interview to build up the main event against Mike Bennett.

Jordan Clearwater pinned Will Allday after The Midas Touch.

Kamille pinned Heather Monroe after a spear.

Marquez interviewed Eli Drake backstage. Drake said it was great to be back after 8 months of lockdown with the virus pandemic holding everyone up. He will face WATTS next week.

Thunder Rosa vs. Priscilla Kelly was announced for next week.

Dan Joseph did an interview to plug his UWN TV Title match later tonight.

Hawaiian Lion and The Navajo Warrior went to a time limit draw with Bad Dude Tito and Che Cabrera. They continued to brawl after the bell.

Mike Bennett and his wife Maria Kanellis did an interview. Bennett said he will win the NWA World Title tonight.

Chris Dickinson pinned Jordan Cruz.

UWN TV Champion Dan Joseph beat Levi Shapiro.

NWA World Champion Nick Aldis beat Mike Bennett by referee stoppage when Bennett “passed out” to the Texas Cloverleaf. The story was Bennett showed heart and never gave up. Kamille came out as “back up” for Aldis once again to counter Maria Kanellis at ringside.

This show was plagued by countless technical issues from the start. It was so bad I wasn’t able to clearly see a few of the match finishes. The commentary team was fantastic and had great chemistry together.

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Shannon Walsh

Inspired by the late Michigan insider hotline host “Coach” Kurt Schneider and his “just the facts” style of reporting pro wrestling news and results from around the world.