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  • URBAN WRESTLING FEDERATION BLOODY BULLET PAY PER VIEW AND VIDEO ON DEMAND JUNE 2016 HD

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    URBAN WRESTLING FEDERATION RETURNS TO NATIONAL TV FEATURING CREWS OF HIP-HOP ARTISTS BATTLING IT OUT FOR STREET DOMINATION

    NEW YORK (May 2016) - The Urban Wrestling Federation is back with all new over-the-top events available for monthly viewing across the country on Pay Per View and Video On Demand. The UWF, which delivers unprecedented entertainment debut “Bloody Bullet” on June 1st 2016, and will be available throughout the month. Consult your local cable, satellite or telco provider for video on demand channels, and pay per view dates and times.

    This latest installment from the UWF includes hip-hop music industry celebs such as Uncle Murda, “the Prince of New York” DJ Self, Gun Play, Red Café, 40 Glocc, Melle mel, Brisco, Cuban Link, L.E.P. Bogus Boys, Torch, and many more.

    No-joke wrestling assassins include Rich Ortiz, Homicide, Eddie Kingston, Bestia, Ruckus, Murder 1, The SATs and the Ghetto Mafia.

    According to UWF Boss & CEO “Steve The Hustler” Karel, these upcoming confrontations of the Urban Wrestling Federation will be even more brutal and violent and will determine who is king of the streets for this new era.

    URBAN WRESTLING FEDERATION
    The Urban Wrestling Federation, is an over-the- top and insanely crazy performance collaboration between the worlds of hip-hop music and professional wrestling. Created by television and live events veteran, Steve Karel, the UWF premiered in the summer of 2011 with a series of battles filmed in New York City, Miami and other locations across the country. Karel, in the 90’s, steered the then-revolutionary Extreme Championship Wrestling (ECW) for its former ownership, now owned by the WWE. Currently, Karel’s Stonecutter Media Ltd. programs the PPV and VOD wrestling brands Women’s Extreme Wrestling, Wrestling’s Bloodiest Wars and Female Wrestling’s Most Violent Brawls. Show less
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