Championship Wrestling From Hollywood’s (CWFH) blockbuster event MILESTONE takes place Sunday December 9th – 3PM at the Ocean view Pavilion in Port Hueneme, CA. The Pavilion is located across the street from the beautiful pacific ocean at 575 E. Surfside Dr. Admission is FREE to watch some of the top wrestling talent on the west coast, and in the world. Two NWA titles are on the line, and a ladder match for the Hollywood Heritage title.
Ray Rosas & Adrian Quest vs NJPW Young Lions (Clark Connors & Alex Coughlin)
Rosas has struggled in his attempts to regain the United Wrestling Network (UWN) Television crown he lost to Royce Isaacs, but teams with one of the top young prospects in Hollywood Adrian Quest in an attempt to get back on track. This is a smart move for Rosas. Sexy Jesus could use a confidence boost going into 2019 after tough losses closing out the year and a Milestone win would be perfect.
The Friendship Express (Robert Baines/Hobo & Gentleman Jervis Cottonbelly) vs Los Rancheros (Rodrigo & Raul)
We thought Hobo was gone, their friendship was over, and that Robert Baines was just another survivalist who took people against their will for his own twisted fun. Hobo/ Baines may still be those things, but he’s reuniting with Gentleman Jervis to face Rodrigo and Raul with the insufferable Howdy Price.
Bateman vs Young Lion Karl Fredericks
Bateman has been hot lately including picking up a nice win against Peter Avalon on CWFH, but Fredericks is different. He can match up with Bateman’s size and strength with a stronger mat game. Fredericks has collected wins throughout the west coast including a win earlier this year against for UWN TV champ Ray Rosas. What makes Bateman dangerous is his unorthodox style. He attacks from many different angles constantly forcing his opponents to change their defensive strategy. How Fredericks responds to this may be the difference in the contest.
Wildcard PP3 Battle Royal
The top CWFH athletes and we’re sure some surprises will compete for a chance to wrestle in the 2019 Percival Pringle III Memorial Cup. The prestigious event was won this past year by Suede Thompson (def. Royce Isaacs). Several wrestlers will perform double duty in a chance to qualify for the tournament.
Ayoka Muhara vs Heather Monroe
These two have fought throughout the summer all over the west coast. They’re very familiar with one another having trained and worked with Santino Bros. and more recently here in Hollywood. You can expect a very physical competitive match. These ladies do not like each other. If the CWFH is making a push towards more women’s action these two are a great start.
Double Platinum (Chris Bey and Suede Thompson) vs Watts and ???
The Chris Bey-Suede Thompson tag team has been very successful this fall. Despite dropping tag gold in Las Vegas last weekend as the Bag Boyz, their star is still bright. Taking this match though may not have been the best idea. Watts is a monster. It took Double Platinum everything they had to beat him in a handicap match a few weeks ago, and now he gets a partner. A mystery partner at that. It could literally be anyone in the Hollywood locker room. Watts doesn’t have any friends, so it could literally be anyone.
“Professional” Peter Avalon vs Tim “Perfect” Storm
I don’t care how old the former NWA Worlds Heavyweight Champion Tim Storm is, and if he’s a teacher because I just love to watch him wrestle. He was a great champion, and gets another chance to punch Peter Avalon in the face. These two fought at AZ100 and NWA 70 so they know each other well. Avalon despite his size is able to compete against larger wrestlers as we saw recently against Bateman on CWFH. The “Professional” could use a big match win and none would be better than if Avalon could calm the Storm.
NWA National Championship: Willie Mack (c) vs Samuel Shaw
Willie Mack won the NWA National Heavyweight Championship with a wicked stunner against Samuel Shaw at NWA 70. Shaw said recently that Mack was “lucky” to win the championship. I’m not sure if the perfectly timed stunner Mack connected on was luck, but we’ll find out. Mack is a standout veteran who can take a match anywhere Shaw wants. Samuel Shaw should not go into this bout overconfident. He has a power advantage, but Mack is capable of ending a match at any moment. Ask Andy Brown just how quick.
Hollywood Heritage Championship Ladder Match: Royce Isaacs (c) vs “Uptown” Andy Brown
For the second time in the company’s history, and the first since 2012 (Willie Mack def. Scorpio Sky for United Wrestling Network Television Title) is a great matchup. This battle is a perfect example of “styles make fights.” Brown is a risk taker and has no qualms about flying through the air while Isaacs is one of the most creative offensive wrestlers in Hollywood. What will happen when these two are on the ladder together? We could also have a flying elbow, or suplex off of it. There is a distinct lack of respect from the Isaacs camp toward the challenger. Isaacs said recently on hollywoodwrestling.com about being Hollywood Heritage Champion “you can’t handle that burden Andy Brown, that crown is too heavy for you.” The Double Champion (Also United TV) doesn’t believe Brown is capable of even winning the crown, “Royce Isaacs has skills and that’s what gets jobs done.” We shall see in what should be a wild affair.
NWA World Heavyweight Championship: Nick Aldis (c) vs Bad Dude Tito
This is a tough, tough matchup for the champ. Bad Dude Tito is the type of guy who can pull a Tommy Rich style upset if Aldis isn’t careful. The 245 pounder from Los Angeles is mean and nasty willing to take the fight anywhere. That type of fight could spell bad news for Aldis. Tito wants this to be a scrap while the two time champion wants this to be a more controlled wrestling match. However, as we saw recently on CWFH that Tito is a very confident grappler and is more than capable of competing in that arena also.