Monday, 21 January 2019

HWE ShowDown Preview, Jan. 23, 2019: Chapman to address Silva's demands

During a wild and chaotic premiere of HWE ShowDown last week on the heels of the WrestleTopia pay-per-view, personal issues began to simmer.

And as the road to the HWE Fallout pay-per-view on Feb. 17 continues, what does this week's ShowDown have in store?

Will Oswald Chapman punish Corey Chambers?
Last week, furious at being screwed in the HWE Championship match at WrestleTopia by Alfonso Silva, Corey decided to crash The Embodiment of Excellence's Championship Celebration.

Chambers, who earlier in the night got into a confrontation with Ramsay "Iron Man" Steele over who'd be chasing the champion first, attacked Silva in the ring and smashed Silva's personal portrait over his head. The champion wasn't happy and has demanded HWE President Oswald Chapman punish Chambers.

We know that the boss has agreed to be at ShowDown this week, but only he knows what - if anything - he's prepared to do about the situation.

Ozerov meet Infamy
HWE may still be in its infancy, but one man who's already made waves is Connor Quinn. At WrestleTopia, Quinn brutally assaulted Kenny Kidd after Kidd eliminated him from a number one contenders match that was eventually won by Ramsay Steele.

Last week, Quinn bad mouthed The Oklahoma Pitbull before turning his attention to commentator Todd Brown. In the heat of the moment at WrestleTopia, Brown let his professionalism slip and voiced his displeasure at Quinn's onslaught which prompted The Infamous One to attempt to make an example of Brown.

Luckily for the Voice of HWE, Quinn was stopped in his tracks by Ozerov, but while the Oligarch of Agony may have managed to save Brown on this occasion, he has also made a dangerous enemy in Connor Quinn. has learned that HWE management has requested Quinn apologize for his actions last week. What will the Infamous Irishman do?

Ezra Jax meets The Cult
Ezra Jax took the HWE International Championship from Deelon Mack at WrestleTopia, and Mack hasn't forgotten it. Last week, it seemed Jax was about to beat Mack to retain his newly won title in a rematch when Mack's henchmen, Jakob and Joseph, appeared out of nowhere and assaulted the new champion.

While Mack is clearly not done with The Groundbreaker, Jax's days as International Champion may well be numbered now that the already scary Deacon of Destruction appears to have backup at his side.

Serena Bates eyes Harley Clay's title
Serena Bates won the right to challenge Harley Clay for the HWE Women's Championship at WrestleTopia. Last week, having overcome Madison Hammer in a competitive bout, The Outlier was attacked by the champion who struck her with the championship.

With Bates' eye firmly set on becoming the next Women's Champion in the near future, how will she respond to the Princess of Pain's frenzied attack last week?

Also, watch out for:
  • Moments after Chris Jackson scored a victory on the premiere of ShowDown, Elijah Davenport took the opportunity to reveal that he'd make his "grand debut" this week on ShowDown. What will Davenport have in store, and will Jackson make an appearance? 
  • Yuku Teshima attacked Kaida Sano in the locker room for as-yet-unknown reasons. Will the Kyoto Crippler explain her actions? And will Sano respond?
  • Deep South Destruction tried to send a message to Cedric White and Evan Alexander last week, but backed down when the number one contenders got face to face with them. What will happen between these two teams next?

Sunday, 20 January 2019

BREAKING: Oswald Chapman coming to ShowDown

HWE President Oswald Chapman has confirmed that he intends to be at HWE ShowDown this Wednesday.

Last week on ShowDown, after what many people called a screw job at WrestleTopia, Corey Chambers crashed the Championship Celebration of HWE Champion Alfonso Silva, prompting The Embodiment of Excellence to demand Chapman punish Chambers.

Chapman has remained tight lipped about what he will do about the situation, or whether he intends to intervene at all. All we know at this time is that the boss will be in the building this Wednesday for ShowDown.

What will Chapman do? Will Silva get his way? How will Chambers' quest for a rematch be affected? Find out this Wednesday.

Thursday, 17 January 2019

Alfonso Silva demands punishment for Corey Chambers

Last night on the premiere of HWE ShowDown (RESULTS), Corey Chambers crashed HWE Champion Alfonso Silva's Championship Celebration at the end of a chaotic night.

The move was, of course, retaliation for Silva getting intentionally disqualified during their title match at HWE WrestleTopia on Sunday. Many felt Chambers had the gold in his grasp. It has been argued that Silva must have felt the same way to put his hands on the official and take the easy way out.

An enraged Chambers wouldn't let it rest, stating at the beginning of ShowDown that he wanted to get his hands on Silva – even threatening to go through Ramsay Steele (who earned a title shot at WrestleTopia and confronted Chambers in the ring) to do it. The Brooklyn native paid that promise off when he wrecked Silva's egotistical celebrations later in the night.

As one can imagine, Silva was furious when he returned to the locker room, and those close to the champion allege that he put in a call to HWE President Oswald Chapman, demanding Chapman punish Chambers for his actions. Currently, there has been no word from Silva or Chapman on the conversation they had, and if the boss has any intentions of punishing Chambers at all.

Stay tuned to for more as this story develops.

Wednesday, 16 January 2019

HWE ShowDown Results, Jan. 16, 2019: Chambers crashes Silva's party

Just days after escaping with the HWE Championship, Alfonso Silva throws a championship celebration. But, with a pissed off Corey Chambers out for blood, Silva's plans for awry as he comes face-to-face with the man he screwed out of the Title.


Also on ShowDown:
- Ezra Jax defends his newly won International Title against Deelon Mack.
- Chris Jackson takes on Orlando Young
- Deep South Destruction come face-to-face with their new number-one contenders
- Connor Quinn takes his frustrations out on Todd Brown
- Much, much more

Sunday, 13 January 2019

HWE WrestleTopia Results, Jan. 13, 2019: Did Silva survive Chambers?

WrestleTopia was all about history, and for HWE Champion Alfonso Silva he wanted to make sure he didn't make history for the wrong reasons. Silva made his first defense of the HWE Championship against Corey Chambers in the main event, but did he manage to come away with the title he covets?

Also on WrestleTopia:
- Kenny Kidd, Ramsay Steele and Connor Quinn battled for a shot at the HWE Championship
- Ezra Jax looked to take the International Championship from Deelon Mack.
- Harley Clay defended her Women's Title against Livia
- 10-men battled for an International Title shot this Wednesday on ShowDown's world premiere.
- Tag Team Champions Deep South Destruction defended their titles against The Maxwells.
- Much, much more.

Monday, 7 January 2019

Kidd, Steele, and Quinn collide in #1 contenders match at WrestleTopia

Kenny Kidd, Ramsay Steele, and Connor Quinn will compete in a 3-way elimination match at WrestleTopia for an opportunity at the HWE Championship, can reveal.

The blockbuster contest was revealed by HWE President Oswald Chapman earlier today and will give both reigning HWE Champion Alfonso Silva and the man he defends his newly won championship against at WrestleTopia, Corey Chambers, something to consider as they battle over the title in the main event.

With these three larger than life personalities in the ring at the same time, WrestleTopia is bracing itself for a combustible situation. What will happen as these three do battle for a shot at the HWE Championship at HWE's inaugural televised event? Tune in to find out.

Friday, 4 January 2019

Harley Clay faces Livia as others clash for title shot at WrestleTopia

Harley Clay's historic reign as the first HWE Women's Champion will be under fire as she faces "The Brazilian Brawler" Livia in a rematch at HWE WrestleTopia on Jan. 13.

In their competitive Tournament Final match against Livia, The Princess of Pain would secure the victory and the championship with a roll-up (and an illegal handful of The Brazilian Brawler's tights). Although HWE President Oswald Chapman decided against overturning the referee's decision and strip Clay of the belt, he has mandated Livia receive an opportunity at Clay.

The only question is can Livia avoid any traps the cunning Clay may set to wrench the gold from her hands at WrestleTopia?

While Clay and Livia duke it out for the title, they'll both also have another potential challenger to worry about. It was revealed that Serena Bates, Yuku Teshima, Madison Hammer, and Kaida Sano will compete in a 4-way clash for a future opportunity at the Women's Champion, whomever that will be. With four elite athletes in the ring at one time, it's anybody's ball game. Who will earn a shot at the Women's Championship?

It's all to play for at WrestleTopia as the HWE women's division takes center stage in two epic encounters. HWE WrestleTopia comes your way Sunday, Jan. 13, streaming exclusively on HWE Network

Wednesday, 2 January 2019

Alfonso Silva defends against Corey Chambers at WrestleTopia

HWE Champion Alfonso Silva will meet his first test at HWE WrestleTopia on Jan. 13, as Corey Chambers is named as his first challenger.

Silva's means of becoming HWE Champion were nefarious, to say the least, as he illegally used a steel chair to weaken Ryan Knight's knee in the Finals of a 16-man Tournament. Silva's vicious assault would leave Knight no choice but to submit to the sharpshooter later in the match and ultimately put Knight on the injured reserve list.

However, if thought he'd be let off without a title defense at WrestleTopia, he was wrong.

HWE President Oswald Chapman has exclusively told that he's named Corey Chambers as Silva's first number-one contender. Chambers will face The Embodiment of Excellence for the gold at HWE's first pay-per-view on Jan. 13.

Will Chambers take the gold from Silva? The only way to find out is to tune in to WrestleTopia on Sunday, Jan. 13, exclusively on the HWE Network.