|Wrestling Franchise Federation|
|Establishment||2001-2006 (Pre-Youtube); 2008-2010; 2013-Present|
Wrestling Franchise Federation, or (WFF), is a current Youtube based efederation league created by CJSellers. Originally, it premiered in the Summer of 2001 with the WWF SmackDown! Just Bring It (Playstation 2) series. However, in the early months of 2006, it was ended after CJSellers declared bankruptcy without mentioning this to any of the Superstars and employees. After a few years of being out of business, it was announced in October 2008 that CJSellers was bringing the company back and showcased the premiere on Youtube.com in October 2008.
In 2008-2010, the WFF became one of the most controversial leagues on Youtube, having been banned from the site: caw.wikia.com. CJSellers also engaged in a "battle of wars" with current Youtube users: BurbMEERKAT, InternetCAWrestling and also former Youtube user: hellsonlychildv1.
Premiere on Youtube (2008) Edit
The Wrestling Franchise Federation made their Youtube debut on October 13, 2008. The premiere episode of WFF RAW saw a 5-star rating. The night saw matches such as: AJ Eagle def. Matt Geromny, CJSellers and AJ Styles def. The Next Generation Boyz, John Cena def. Jason Styles, Shawn Michaels def. Chris Jericho, Sean def. Jason Staten. The main event would see Brett Viper (who was the World Heavyweight Champion at the time) go on to defeat Goldberg by DQ after CJSellers ended up getting involved in the match and attacking Brett Viper, causing the disqualification.
WFF hosted their first flagship event on Youtube the next month. WrestleMania premiered on April 12, 2009 in Detroit, Michigan at Ford Field. The event didn't do as well as CJSellers wanted, but it still gained viewership.
The following month, the WFF would go on to host: Backlash, which bombed. CJSellers tried several different types of creative storylines to keep running in within the company, but all of them never lasted more than a month.
Aftermath, viewership change, One Year Anniversary (2008-2009) Edit
The aftermath sudden dramatic change in format and also viewership of the company. CJSellers would go on to continue marketing his company, producing episodes, etc. The feeling within the company saw a bad level of morale. It eventually also saw many signed wrestlers suddenly quitting. CJSellers would eventually "close down" the WFF. However, as October 13 loomed, CJSellers eventually would announce the return of the company to host their One Year Anniversary show on Youtube.
The event would see a shift in viewership, gaining many of the former supporters that left back in early-2009. This event also saw CJSellers turn heel and form a short-lived stable with former WFF Champion Shannon Silveria and Larry Heightson. They were named: WFF Nation of Domination or shortly Nation of Domination. However, a lot of the old creative hardship was returning, seeing as the creative department in the WFF, Board of Directors and even CJSellers started having lack in morale of continuing. Less than a month after their One Year Anniversary, CJSellers announced a hiatus.
Short-lived return (2010) Edit
CJSellers would make another attempt to return the WFF in the beginning month of January 2010. He announced that the WFF would return to host: No Way Out. The event bombed and was named CWI's Worst CAW PPV Event of the Month. CJSellers then announced a few days later that he was no longer going to continue forward with the company.
Sudden end (2012) Edit
Nearly a year and a half of being away, CJSellers turned the company around and returned on his new channel, REALCJSellers2x. The premiere of the fourth season saw a 3 1/2 star rating, which also revealed was a success for the return of the brand. CJSellers also reignited his feud with former WFF Champion Shannon Silveria. Their long lasting feud topped off as one of the greatest rivalries in the WFF.
However after their month return, CJSellers announced another hiatus on October 13, 2012 (which was also announced to see the Four Year Anniversary event, which eventually saw CJSellers cancel.)
Semi-Return (2012) Edit
The WFF made their official semi-return on October 28, 2012 hosting Royal Rumble 2012. The event saw Brandon make his return and win the Rumble match, CJSellers also became the new WFF Champion after defeating former champion Shannon Silveria. Few nights later on Halloween, the WFF hosted a special Halloween HaVoc show and the next night for one-night-only, Monday Night RAW was hosted on a Thursday, however this was just a one-time thing.
This return would also be its last, until May 2013.
The WFF officially made their return on May 13, 2013. CJSellers was ushered in the new season as the WFF Champion, and also, the Brand Extension was disbanded, once again.
- WFF Champion: CJSellers
- WFF Tag Team Champions: MacDermott Boyz
- WFF Intercontinental Champion: Randy Orton
- WFF United States Champion: Jason Staten
- WFF Womens Champion: Breanna Styles
- Monday Night RAW
- Friday Night SmackDown
PPV Events Edit
Non-PPV Shows Edit
- Saturday Night's Main Event (Hosted on the Saturday before WrestleMania)
- WFF Tribute to the Troops (Undecided when the event will be hosted)