WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP WRESTLING ENTERTAINMENT (WCWE) is an American professional wrestling promotion. It was founded in 2002 by Showtime after he lost the ACWA World Heavyweight Championship in a controversial fashion. Since than it has grown to become one of the biggest E-feds around. In may 2006, WCWE Inc. purchase ACWA Inc. for a number reported to be around the millions. With this purchase, WCWE was now the largest E-fed promotion in the world, and the only one in North America with mainstream exposure. WCWE would later buy out EHCW as well.
WCWE shows more traditional matches like WWE, WCW, and the NWA. WCWE promotes under 3 brands; Over load, Voltage, and EHCW. WCWE is also home to 3 current world heavyweight championships.
In January 2008, WCWE decided to create two separate rosters, one on Over load, the other on Voltage due to the overabundance of talent left over from EHCW and ACWA rosters. This is known as the WCWE Brand Extension.
Each month, WCWE holds one or two annual pay-per-view events. One event is usually three hours long and features six to twelve matches. The first PPV WCWE held was final victory and is WCWE biggest PPV.
Over load is generally seen as WCWE's flagship program over its sister programs, Voltage, and EHCW due to its longer history. Over load airs on Wednesday nights from 8:00 to 10:00 in the WCWE Arena. The Over load brand is one of WCWE's 3 brands, the other 2 being EHCW and Voltage.
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EHCW is a professional wrestling brand of WCWE, based on EHCW promotion that lasted from 1994 to 2007. The company became known for its loyal fan base as well as its tendency to push the envelope with storylines. The company has showcased many different styles of professional wrestling.
WCWE bought the rights to EHCW and its library after its 2007 closure. WCWE will revived the promotion in a full-time fashion in mid 2008. The new EHCW program airs Tuesday nights from 8:00 to 10:00. The EHCW brand is one of WCWE's 3 brands, the other 2 being Over load, and Voltage.