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In this fantasy scenario, Paul Heyman has left the WWE over creative differences. He decides it's time for him to get back in to the world of pro wrestling as a promoter, rather than a worker. He sells Looking For Larry and in August 2016 his new promotion UWA opens it's doors in the Tri State Area.


Hi aim is to set up a wrestling promotion that still focuses on the wrestling aspect but is also presented like the MMA promotion UFC.


UWA has a weight divide between Heavyweights (Middleweights and above) and Juniors (Lightweights and below). Heyman decides to introduce the weight divide to allow the two weights to thrive in their own divisions against opponents similar to their own sizes.


We will also be keeping a win/lose/draw record presented in the following format (W1/L1/D1), this will be displayed beside each workers name after their matches are listed below. In the event of a multi-man match only the person who is pinned or who summits will take the recorded loss.




UWA World Heavyweight Championship

UWA World Lightweight Championship

The Ultimate Wrestler (A yearly tournament with no weight divide. Held in January.)




Main Eventers


Cody Rhodes (HW)

Drew Galloway (HW)

Kurt Angle (HW) (Figure Head)

Stu Bennett (HW)

Jeff Hardy (LW)


Upper Midcarders


James Storm (HW)

Aaron Stevens (HW)

Eric Young (LW)

Adam Cole (LW)

Jay Lethal (LW)




Moose (HW)

Yoshitatsu (HW)

BJ Whitmer (HW)

Matt Sydal (LW)

Ricochet (LW)

Joey Ryan (LW)

Alex Shelley (LW)

Jay Briscoe (LW)


Lower Midcarders


Chris Sabin (LW)

Frankie Kazarian (LW)

Will Ospreay (LW)

Tommy End (LW)




Rob Conway (HW)

Jax Dane (HW)

Cliff Compton (HW)

Sean Burke (HW)




Joey Styles

Matt Striker




Todd Sinclair

Rich Knox


Road Agents


Paul Heyman

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<p>Uwa #1</p><p> </p><p>

Held On: Thursday Week 3 August</p><p>

Attendance: 6,648</p><p>

Shown On: In Demand (PPV: .17)</p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Angle: Heyman Opens The Show (Rating: 70)</strong></p><p> </p><p>

Paul Heyman comes out to the ring to address the audience.</p><p>

</p><p></p><div style="margin-left:25px;">"Ladies and Gentlemen, my name is Paul Heyman and I am the booker, promoter and owner of the Ultimate Wrestling Association, a company aimed towards traditional wrestling and combat sports promoting. Tonight you will get just that when you will watch athletes like Cody Rhodes, Arron Stevens , Jeff Hardy and in our main event Drew Galloway and Stu Bennett. Thank you for your time, but I believe it's time for the first match of the evening."</div><p></p><p> </p><p>

<strong>UWA Lightweight Match: Adam Cole (W1/L0/D0) vs Alex Shelley (W0/L1/D0) (Rating: 60)</strong></p><p> </p><p>

In the opening match, Adam Cole defeats Alex Shelley in a decent match by submission when he locked in the Figure Four Leg Lock just before the 17th minute mark. </p><p> </p><p>

<strong>UWA Heavyweight Match: James Storm (W1/L0/D0) vs Jax Dane (W0/L1/D0) (Rating: 48)</strong></p><p> </p><p>

In the next match, Jax Dane goes up against James Storm in a match that doesn't quite make the 15 minute mark as James Storm picks up the pin fall victory. </p><p> </p><p>

<strong>UWA Heavyweight Match: Rob Conway (W0/L1/D0) vs Cody Rhodes (W1/L0/D0) (Rating: 51)</strong></p><p> </p><p>

Rob Conway then goes up against Cody Rhodes. Conway is able to last to the 22nd minute, but that's it as Cody Rhodes hits him with the Cross Rhodes to pick up the win by pinfall.</p><p> </p><p>

<strong>UWA Heavyweight Match: Aaron Stevens (W1/L0/D0) vs Cliff Compton (W0/L1/D0) (Rating: 45)</strong></p><p> </p><p>

Aaron Stevens dominates in this match but Cliff Compton shows that even when he's been dominated it's hard to keep him down as he is able to last 18 minutes with the favourite to win this bout. Stevens is able to pick up the win by pinfall. </p><p> </p><p>

<strong>UWA Lightweight Match: Ricochet (W1/L0/D0) vs Joey Ryan (W0/L1/D0)(Rating: 60)</strong></p><p> </p><p>

Ricochet and Joey Ryan have one of the better matches on the card and prove that as a division the Lightweights are more well rounded performers than the larger Heavyweights on this show. Regardless Ricochet picks up the pin fall victory in the 23rd minute of the match.</p><p> </p><p>

<strong>UWA Lightweight Match: Jeff Hardy (W1/L0/D0) vs Frankie Kazarian (W0/L1/D0) (Rating: 46)</strong></p><p> </p><p>

In a rather disappointing match Jeff Hardy is able to pick up the win just before the 19th minute mark after he hits the Swanton Bomb.</p><p> </p><p>

<strong>UWA Heavyweight Match: Stu Bennett (W0/L1/D0) vs Drew Galloway (W1/L0/D0) (Ratings: 60)</strong></p><p> </p><p>

In the main event, Drew Galloway and Stu Bennett are able to last 27 minutes in the ring together. Drew Galloway is able to put Bennett away after he hits him with a Future Shock.</p><p> </p><p>

<strong>Post Show Press Conference</strong></p><p> </p><p>

Following the show, Paul Heyman hosted a press conference. Highlights are than Stu Bennett challenged Drew Galloway to a match at UWA #3, Paul Heyman address Kurt Angle showing up to the show on Painkillers and says that their will be no punishment this time. Paul Heyman also annouced that on the next show, UWA #2 the first UWA World Heavyweight Champion will be croned. There will be five matches to determine which five competitors will compete in the main event in a five way match. The winner of the match will be the first UWA World Heavyweight Champion.</p>

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