That red carpet has to be felt to be believed. --William H Macy
The road to the Red Carpet Rumble will lead to a new Hollywood Heritage Heavyweight Championship. Before Hollywood wrestling fans welcome a new champion, they’ll put don their green wardrobe, a fix a 4 leaf clover, eat corned beef and cabbage, and drink green beer, because March 17th at 3PM will be for the Luck of the Irish as CWF Hollywood celebrates with a St. Patrick’s Day Slam, a television taping showcase for KDOC LA 56, at the Glendale Studios, in Glendale California.
The long awaited announcement of the returning Heritage Heavyweight Championship has dominated the storyline on the weekly television wrestling program. While everyone on the roster has been competing for qualifying matches to reach the Red Carpet Rumble; there are still wars to be waged and vendettas to be settled. However who will harness the Luck of the Irish as the 2nd Chance and Last Chance Qualifier for the Red Carpet Rumble, determining who will take place in the huge Red Carpet Rumble and capture the returning Heritage Championship.
Strange bedfellows unite to take on the Family Stone in a 5 on 5 Elimination Match. “Scrap Iron” Adam Pearce once a member of the Family Stone was betrayed by his protégé James Morgan and Stu Stone, when they stole the trademark blue ring entrance robe worn by Pearce and started to identify Morgan as the “New Scrap Daddy.” When Pearce came to engage his protagonist, he was brutally attacked by not only Morgan, but Cedric “The Hitman” as well as newest inductees to the Family Stone, Fresh to Death. The former 5 times World Champion was the second surgery performed by the Family Stone, only weeks earlier had they carefully ambushed and removed “Big Nasty” Eric Watts. The newly galvanized Family Stone would later add the 7 Foot Othello to their ranks giving Stu Stone the strongest stable in all of wrestling. Luckily for Pearce former Heritage Tag Champions The Tribe, TEREX, and the revenge seeking Watts were more than happy to help take on the family.
Last month’s No Disqualification Street Fight was called off when the returning Englishman would ambush Television Champion Willie Mack. Timothy Thatcher, one of the most complete wrestlers in all of Hollywood had recently returned from an excursion in Germany ready to make his presence felt in Hollywood and ambushed the beloved Willie Mack. The attack led to a tag team battled pitting Thatcher and Tyler Citron (who made have plotted with Thatcher) against Mack and Brian Cage. The No DQ Television Title Match will take place on Sunday.
Sparked by their mutual animosity towards Ray Rosas and Peter Avalon, it appeared that Johnny Yuma and Johnny Goodtime were heading towards reuniting the RockNES Monsters, which would have delighted many at the Glendale Studios; however it wasn’t meant to be. The animosity, the feelings of betrayal still linger for both Johnnies and their destinies lead to a standoff on March 17th where the RockNES Monsters Explode.
The Heritage Tag Champions Los Banditos have been on a win streak since winning the titles, defending the belts against The Frosted Tip Warriors and Ray Rosas and Peter Avalon at the Weekly Hollywood Showcase and the Santino Brother’s Dojo. Rico and Tito have announced that they have an open challenge to anyone in the locker room, tempting the wrestling gods with their cockiness, who will answer the challenge of the champions?
Scorpio Sky has had a rough go of it over the past few months. Unable to best chief rival Willie Mack for the Television Championship, the superstar even spent some time away from the television taping. Lured back at the opportunity to win the Heritage Championship, the “closer” of Hollywood has been asked to “step up and close the show out in the spotlight.”
Also scheduled to appear on St. Patrick’s Day: Mikey O'Shea, Peter Avalon & Ray Rosas, Nick Madrid, Hobo, VooDoo Apocalypse (kAos & Rixelplix), SoCal Crazy, Famous B, Pinky & the Nobodies and the returning Ricky Mandel
All of this will take place at the Glendale Studios, located at 239 S Glendale Ave, Glendale, California 91205-3204. Reserved VIP Tickets can be purchased at Contender.com for $15 or a limited amount of free tickets are available on a first come first serve basis on the day of the event. CWF Hollywood airs on KDOC LA56 Saturday Nights at 1AM and on demand the following week.