United Wrestling Network suspending weekly PPV series until next year due to COVID-19

The United Wrestling Network has announced that UWN Prime Time Live will not be running any more shows for the rest of the year due to COVID-19.

United Wrestling Network President Dave Marquez announced during Tuesday night’s show that the live pay-per-view events will be taking a break until 2021.  He noted that the UWN will be taking a break for the holidays, as COVID-19 cases continue to increase.

Marquez stated that due to the pandemic and specific restrictions taking place in Long Beach CA, where UWN currently produces its shows, they will suspended all shows until 2021.

The UWN title match between Mike Bennett and Chris Dickinson will take place sometime in 2021.

UWN Prime Time Live, which features a combination of NWA and UWN talent, started weekly on PPV on September 15.  

There were big title changes took place on the pay-per-view shows that included Serena Deeb defeating Thunder Rosa for the NWA Women’s title, Trevor Murdoch defeating Aron Stevens to win the NWA National Heavyweight championship, and Elijah Burke defeating Zicky Dice to win the NWA World Television championship.