February 5, 2010
London, England - HWL owner Peter Bradshaw released a statement announcing that he had made contact with his first two acquisitions: Yoshi Tatsu and Zack Ryder. "You better believe I'm looking forward to joining the HWL," Ryder said after the announcement was made. "It's clear that Bradshaw has high hopes for me. Why else would he announce me as one of the first signings?"
February 12, 2010
Nashville, Tennessee - Peter Bradshaw held a small press conference outside the Bridgestone Arena, today, to announce that tickets for the April 5th debut of "Chaos" would go on-sale February 20th. The press conference was also used as a platform to announce the signing of The Hart Dynasty as David Hart, Tyson Kidd and Nattie Neidhart were all in attendance.
It was also announced that the HWL's first pay-per-view - Rebellion - would be held on April 25th, from the Verizon Center in Washington, DC. Tickets for the event would go on-sale on February 27th.
February 19, 2010
Nashville, Tennessee - In a written statement released by The Tennesseean, Bradshaw announced that five big signings had taken place during the week: Mickie James, Frankie Kazarian (Kaz), Evan Bourne and Lethal Consequences (Jay Lethal & Consequences Creed) were joining the HWL!
February 21, 2010
On the official HWL website, it was announced that tickets for the April 5th show at the Bridgestone Arena had been moving at a decent pace: 6,500 tickets had been sold in 36 hours. "Considering the circumstances surround the roster and the ticket release date," Peter Bradshaw said from his office in Nashville, "I'm very pleased with how things are looking. But, I can promise you, things are only going to get better."
February 26, 2010
"The HWL Sweeps Clean the Knockouts" read the headline on the HWL's main page today as it was announced that Angelina Love, Daffney and Velvet Sky had all signed contracts and would be in Nashville on April 5th.
February 27, 2010
Tickets for the April 25th pay-per-view - Rebellion - went on-sale today across the country. "Sales were slow," Peter Bradshaw said, "but, that's to be expected right now. We're all thinking that we'll see those numbers rise in a matter of days."