PRIME ANNOUNCED FOR CBS
CROWNED PRO WRESTLING'S FLAGSHIP BROADCAST TO DEBUT, AIR ON CBS AND PARAMOUNT+ UNTIL 2025
By Amber Waves
LOS ANGELES — Crowned Pro Wrestling's place on the throne of professional wrestling appears to be in no jeopardy whatsoever.
Company President Nick Khan and Head of Creative Andrew Wheeler met multiple times with executives from CBS over the last month, leading to flagship broadcast PRIME being announced to air until 2025.
Khan said the unprecedented success of PRIME and Crowned is a shared effort from multiple parties.
"PRIME would not be the multimedia juggernaut it is slated to be through the future without the tireless efforts of
our wonderful executive team, our second-to-none roster, the booking team headed by Mr. Wheeler, and perhaps most importantly of all - myself," Khan said. "I know wrestling fans all across the world are practically giddy that I personally have led Crowned Pro Wrestling towards a previously unparalleled success in our industry in our very short time together."
Lead Booker Andrew Wheeler credited the Crowned fanbase for the overwhelming of support for PRIME.
"Crowned Pro Wrestling would not be the 'Game of Kings' if it weren't for our incredible fans," Wheeler said. "I sincerely hope they are entertained by our efforts in the coming years to bring them a satisfying and entertaining broadcast of professional wrestling."
PRIME is set to be a two-hour broadcast featuring the greatest mix of in-ring action, scintillating drama, and world-class storytelling consumers can find on any nationally-syndicated program.
How is such success attainable in today's strained pro wrestling landscape?
Khan was quick to reference partnerships he claims are the new 'backbone of the wrestling industry.'
"I'm extending olive branches to the minor leagues of professional wrestling each day," Khan asserted. "Together, we can make pro wrestling great again."
The first broadcast of Crowned Pro Wrestling PRIME is set for November 22 and can be viewed live on CBS and next day on Paramount+.
JADE CARGILL IS CROWNED
29-YEAR OLD PHENOM INKS DEAL WITH 'GAME OF KINGS'
By "Fruit" Ted Plains
MIAMI — The womens' division of Crowned Pro Wrestling just got a little more crowded.
Standout rookie Jade Cargill signed a two-year wrestling contract with CPW President Nick Khan and Head of Creative Andrew Wheeler early on Thursday, November 18, indicating a new beginning for the star's fledgling career.
Cargill was thankful for the opportunity to ply her trade on the biggest stage the wrestling world can afford, and says she is ready to "get down to business."
"I'm planning to come in ready to go from day one," Cargill asserted. "I don't want to waste any time and show everybody from Crowned executives to the fans who pay to watch to the other women exactly who they're dealing with now."
Born in Vero Beach, Florida, Cargill is a former standout
on the basketball court, having led her teams at Sebastian River High and Vero Beach High to two basketball district championships. A graduate of Jacksonville University, Cargill earned a degree in social science and unsurprisingly starred on the basketball court again.
"I was named to the Atlantic Sun Preseason First Team in my senior year," Cargill explained.
After adding the cherry on top of a sterling academic career by collecting a certified master's in child psychology, Cargill turned her attention from the classroom to the squared circle.
With training from the WWA4 Academy, Face 2 Face Wrestling School, and the Nightmare Factory, in addition to a personal, trusted mentor in pro wrestling legend Mark Henry, Cargill has taken the wrestling world by storm in her debut year.
"I'm ready to show the world what I can do out there," Cargill said.
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