Las Vegas Wrestling Scene has learned that the first few weeks of Silver State Pro may actually be shot in Southern California at Championship Wrestling from Hollywood’s current home the Oceanview Pavilion in Port Hueneme, CA. That’s likely based on when they find a suitable location in Las Vegas, or maybe even Reno?
All this could be moot and the Silver State Pro broadcast may just replace Championship Wrestling from Hollywood (CWFH) in a couple months in the MyLVTV slot after Ring of Honor (ROH). There will be talent from CWFH here in Las Vegas, but they are also looking to bring in new wrestlers. Several who compete in Hollywoodalready wrestle here regularly with FSW. Will the talent be thinned out, or will it create more spots for grapplers who want to venture into the Vegas Valley more often? UWN is using more Nevada talent than ever before and intends to do live events in 2020.
They're not the only ones. Vampiro recently announced his new Dojo/school called Lucha Fight Club scheduled to open August 1st. Versus Pro Wrestling also announced were side by side with Vampiro and his new enterprise which may have been a lifeline for the young promotion who is no longer booking shows at the FSW Arena.
This has been one of the wildest wrestling years in recent memory. From the emergence of Chris Bey, Killer Kross’ Return, Double or Nothing, and Jon Moxley at the Arena the sport is as hot ever here in Southern Nevada. We can only imagine what’s next?
Here’s a link to the original announcement in May: