Details of Ecw and the Ticket Luck value
ECW, abbreviated from Extreme Championship Wrestling was one of World Wrestling Entertainment’s professional wrestling TV program. Tod Gordon created it in Pennsylvania in 1992. The event was based over an independent ECW promotion which went on from 1992-2001. It is claimed that between 1992 and 2001, Extreme Championship Wresting was home to many unafraid, fearless and risk-taking wrestlers of the world. The WWE workforce was allotted work in harmony with the federation’s other brands like SmackDown and Raw.
ECW has quite a history and can trace its beginnings from 1989 when it was known under the label Tri-State Wrestling Alliance, held by Joel Goodhart. In the year 1992, Goodhart vended his part of the firm to partner Tod Gordon, who gave it a new name of Eastern Championship Wrestling. When Gordon’s replacement, Paul Heyman took over the office, it was then named Extreme Championship Wrestling.
Paul Heyman, an entertainment producer in America was the ingenious strength behind a lot of ECW shows during the 1990s. Heyman was known as the “ECW Representative” and also temporarily worked in the American Wrestling Association and World Championship Wrestling. The show sustained through the year 1998 and earlier part of 1999 with a series of prosperous pay-per-views, with ECW tickets selling like hot cakes.
In 2006, the show inaugurated on the American TV channel Sci Fi, where it ran for around 4 years. This time, ECW was reborn with Heavyweight Champion Rob Van Dam, The Sandman, Tommy Dreamer and Kurt Angle. The show was telecasted on X-Treme Sports as well as Global Television in Canada, and on Sky Sports 3 in United Kingdom. In Germany, the program was shown on Premier and on Ten Sports in India. It was also broadcasted in other parts of the world on various different channels. The promotion presented a number of international professional wrestling styles, such as lucha, puroresu, libre and hardcore wrestling.
The brand events were mostly hosted in huge arenas as a share of the tape-recording of other WWE brands. The initial Extreme Championship Wrestling in comparison to the ECW brand was held at smaller sites. The show usually aired on Tuesdays as a live show, when on tour on the west coast or else after the recording of SmackDown.
The show’s theme song at first was Drowning Pool’s “Bodies” which was initially used for WWE’s Extreme Championship Wrestling before the brand’s formation. Later, a newer version of Saliva’s “Don’t Question My Heart” was used to start the ECW show. From January 2008, the show began broadcasting in High-definition television.
The ECW tickets sold out quick and the crowds at the event would chant to the various wrestler theme songs. All of the wrestlers had popular music theme songs when making an entry. The show hardly had any rules, the referees’ role was only to count pin falls and acknowledge submissions. The event was popularly known to make different types of matchups such as the Barbed wire match, Singapore Cane match, 3-Way Dance and the Flaming Tables match. February 2010 finally saw replacement of ECW by WWE NXT.