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River City Wrestling hits airwaves on Sunday mornings




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SAN ANTONIO -- River City Wrestling (RCW) has secured a time slot with Gannett Broadcasting’s bilingual station Estrella TV. As such, “RCW Stars of Wrestling/Las Estrellas de la Lucha Libre” will air on Sunday mornings at 8:30 a.m.

“Today is a special day for our company,” said Brandon Oliver, managing member of River City Wrestling, LLC. “A lot has been achieved in the last 12 years. Our fans are the heart and soul of RCW and they are the reason we’ve agreed to work with United (United Wrestling Network) on creating a local television show.

“This breakthrough program will be special for both American and Hispanic audiences, as it will be bilingual, offering segments both in English and Spanish,” Oliver said. “With San Antonio’s proud Hispanic culture, this will enable RCW to reach larger audiences.”

According to Oliver, “Stars of Wrestling” will also allow viewers more access to RCW including never-before-seen footage and exclusive content. The broadcast will also showcase the RCW Gym Wrestling School, a training facility based here in San Antonio.

“Again, we would like to thank the fans for supporting us for more than 12 years,” Oliver said. “Their incredible enthusiasm enabled RCW in striving to put out the best product possible. We would also like to thank our incredible community partners, and the various nonprofit organizations that RCW works with in strengthening our community.”
 

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