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EAW Voltage
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Information
Federation Elite Answers Wrestling
Starring Voltage Roster
Theme music "33rd Blakk Glass" by ZillaKami & SosMula
General manager Matt Daniels
Production
Established 2011
Episodes ~250 episodes
Booker Kassidy Heart
External links
Website http://www.new.eawrestling.com/voltage

EAW Voltage is a professional wrestling television program for Elite Answers Wrestling that currently airs on Sunday nights on FX in the United States, and on the EAW Network worldwide. The show exclusively features EAW employees that are assigned to work and perform for the brand, with the other brands currently being Showdown and Dynasty. It is currently the only television broadcast for the Voltage brand, though it features some Showdown and Dynasty wrestlers on occasion.

History

With EAW continuing to grow as years passed, by late 2010, it became clear that there was a need for a third brand. It did not take long before rumors began swirling backstage about the possibility of one becoming a reality. On New Year's Day 2011, vignettes and commercials began airing throughout EAW shows promoting a new show named "Voltage" as EAW’s official third brand. Two weeks later on January 14th, 2011, the Voltage brand hosted its first show. Voltage became a brand where emerging talent could have a platform to truly breakout and where veterans could reinvent themselves and revamp their careers. Voltage became host to EAW’s third world title, the Answers World Championship.

By June 2012, after one and a half years of operations on Voltage, EAW had declined in roster size, though still the number one company in the industry. At the time, it was within EAW’s best interests to downsize in order to compensate for the reduced number of talent. As a result, Voltage closed its doors and retired the championship that the brand hosted at the time, the EAW World Championship, alongside it. Two years later, EAW had reached a new boom period, growing and expanding to heights never before seen in the industry. The company recovered in roster size to the point where it was once again unable to maintain its talent with just two shows, thus Voltage was revived. On July 5th, 2014, Voltage returned for the first time in over two years and was included in the 2014 EAW Draft. A month later at the Midsummer Massacre FPV, the first EAW Champion in two years was crowned. Since then, Voltage has continued to run successfully for over six consecutive years.

Though it has been youngest EAW brand for most of its tenure, Voltage has had several moments where it has served as the hottest brand in the whole company. Recently, Voltage has slowly built itself up to be considered the most "hardcore" of all three EAW brands by highlighting talents of some of the most blood thirsty members of the EAW locker room in matches such as the infamous "Barbed Wire Massacre." Its fanbase is particularly fond of the Free-Per-View event Bloodsport where each match has a violent, extreme, and hardcore themed stipulation, such as "Fans Bring the Weapons," "Sadistic Maddness," and "Thumbtacks and Glass." Voltage has four brand-exclusive FPV’s: Bloodsport, Wicked Games, Shock Value, and Fighting Spirit. EAW Voltage has had eleven writers during it’s long, successful history with the most current one being Kassidy Heart.

Production

The Voltage set that has been used since the program's inception is the same HD set that is utilised by other EAW weekly shows. For the opening of the show, yellow, silver and gold pyrotechnics are used.

Theme Music

Song Title Artist Dates Used
"Beast" Busta Rhymes, Tech N9ne & Crooked I
"Bully" Shinedown July 9, 2017–July 8, 2018
"Machine Gun" Chase & Status (feat. Pusha T) July 8, 2018–October 7th, 2018
"33rd Blakk Glass" ZillaKami & SosMula October 7, 2018-present

On-Air Personalities

Authority Figures

Authority Figure Dates Position
Y2Impact General Manager
Ashten Cross General Manager
Kenny Drake July 1, 2017–??? General Manager
Niki Khan July 1, 2017-??? Assistant General Manager
Matt Daniels 2018-present Voltage Co-commissioner
Veena Adams 2019-2020 Voltage Co-commissioner

Commentators

Commentary Team Dates
Kawajai and WWEFan
Kawajai and Jake Mercer
Kawajai and Eddie Mack
Nathan Fiora and Nick Angel July 9, 2017–September 17, 2017
Kawajai and Nick Angel September 17, 2017–December 2018
James Peters and Rich Russillo December 2018-2019
James Peters, Rich Russillo, and Persephone 2019-Present

Ring Announcers

Ring Announcer Dates
Rebecca Sawyer July 9, 2017–July 8, 2018
Bella Braxton July 8, 2018-present

Backstage Correspondents

Correspondent Dates
Cassidy Vega July 9, 2017–March 25, 2018
Sofia Clarke April 8, 2018-present

Championships and accomplishments

Voltage currently holds two championships, with both being exclusive to Voltage. These belts are the EAW World Heavyweight Championship and the EAW National Elite Championship. The two exclusive belts became a part of the show during the EAW Draft.

Championship Current Champion Date Won
EAW Championship Rex McAllister June 26, 2020
EAW National Elite Championship Sienna Jade June 28, 2020

Broadcast

In addition to the show being broadcasted on FX in the United States, like the rest of the EAW programming, Voltage also airs internationally on the EAW Network, as well as other channels.

Canada

Voltage airs at the same time in Canada that it does in the United States, and is on Sportsnet 360.

Asia-Pacific, Africa, and the Middle East

The series airs in Australia on FOX8. It also airs in Fiji on Sky Pacific and Sky Fiji. Voltage airs in India, Pakistan, and Nepal on TEN Sports, and in Kenya on the Kenya Broadcast Corporation. In Malaysia, it is shown on TV3, in Malta on Melita Sports 1, in the Philippines on Fox, in Singapore on SuperSports, South Africa on e.tv, and Samoa on SBC. It airs across the Middle East and North Africa on OSN, and in Israel on Sport 5.

Europe

In the United Kingdom and Ireland, Voltage airs on Sky Sports 3. In France, the series airs on AB1 and in Italy on Sky Sports 2. It is also shown in Germany on ProSieben MAXX.

Latin America

Voltage airs live on Fox Sports Latinoamerica in Mexico and the rest of Central and South America.

Roster

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EAW Roster
EmpireLogo Amber Keys · Andrea Valentine · Astraea Jordan · Celes Dumont · Chelsea Crowe · Cleopatra · Constance Blevins · Harlow Reichert · Io Ishimori · Jael · Karina-Ann · Kassidy Heart · Layla Lockhart · Madison Kaline · Minerva · Raven Roberts · Remi Skyfire · Santana Matthews · Serena Bennett · Sian Ryder · Sienna Jade · Tyler Wolfe
Dynasty0000-0 APOCALYPSE · Bowie Gray · Darkane · Cameron Ella Ava · Crosby Carter · Darkane · Donovan Cross · Erebus Jennings · Frank Grayson · Hades the Hellraiser · Jamie O'Hara · Jason McKormick · Kevin Hunter · Lucas Johnson · Malik Kennedy · Mark Michaels · Mr. DEDEDE · Ms. Extreme · Ryan Wilson · Shaker Jones · Thadd Blazevich · Theron Nikolas
Showdown0000 Ahren Fournier · Bhris Elite · Chudd · Cody Marshall · Damon Diesel · Drake King · Jack Haze · Jax Walker · Joshua Nicholls · Justiciar Eric · Malcolm Jones · One · Provençal · SOSA Henderson · Shane Gates · Solomon Hill · TLA · Terry Chambers
LogoVolt Charlie Marr · Ahren Fournier · Daryl Kinkade · Denis Ryley · Farrell V · Impact · Jack Ripley · Jackson Blayde · Landerson · Lethal Consequences · Myles · Noah Reigner · Prince of Phenomenal · Rex McAllister · The Legion · The Woogieman · Visual Prophet · Xander Payne
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EAW Championships
Newshwodown EAW Answers World Championship · EAW Interwire Championship
Newdynasty EAW World Heavyweight Championship · EAW Pure Championship
Newvoltage2 EAW World Championship · EAW National Elite Championship
Interbranded EAW Universal Women's Championship · EAW New Breed Championship · EAW Unified Tag Team Championships · EAW Specialists Championship
Inactive EAW Hall of Fame Championship · EAW Openweight Championship · EAW Vixens Championship
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EAW Events
EAW
Active Interbranded Events
Grand Rampage 2008 · 2009 · 2010 · 2011 · 2012 · 2013 · 2014 · 2015 · 2016 · 2017 · 2018· 2019
King of Elite 2008 · 2010 · 2011 · 2012 · 2013 · 2014 · 2015 · 2016 · 2017 · 2018 · 2019
Pain For Pride I · II · III · IV · V · VI · VII · VIII · IX · X · XI· XII
Road to Redemption 2007 · 2009 · 2009 · 2010 · 2011 · 2012 · 2013 · 2014 · 2015 · 2016 · 2017 · 2018 · 2019
Territorial Invasion 2009 · 2010 · 2011 · 2012 · 2013 · 2014 · 2015 · 2016 · 2017 · 2018
Showdown0000
Showdown Events
Mid-Summer Massacre 2008 · 2010 · 2011 · 2012 · 2013 · 2014 · 2015 · 2018· 2019
No Regards 2010 · 2011 · 2012 · 2013 · 2018
Under Siege 2019
Wrath of the Dragon 2018 · 2019
Dynasty0000-0
Dynasty Events
Culture Crisis
2018
Gateway to Glory 2019
Ides of March 2019
Operation Doomsday 2018
Revolution 2018
LogoVolt
Voltage Events
Crossfire
2018
Fighting Spirit 2015 · 2016 · 2017 · 2018 · 2019
Tempest 2019
Wicked Games 2018
EmpireLogo
Empire Events
Bloodletter
2017 · 2018
The Iconic Cup
2018 · 2019
Manifest Destiny 2017 · 2018
Terminus 2017 · 2018 · 2019
EAW
Inactive Events
EAW 3 Year Anniversary
2010
EAW NEO: Frontline
2017
EAW NEO: Uprising
2017
Brooklyn Heights
2018
Burning Desire
2017
Defiance
2012 · 2013
Dia Del Diablo 2014 · 2016 · 2017
Ground Zero
2017
Homecoming
2014
House of Glass 2011 · 2012 · 2013· 2014 · 2015 · 2016 · 2017
Justified Reckoning
2011 · 2012
Kingsroad 2017
Malicious Intentions
2017
Reasonable Doubt 2009 · 2010 · 2011 · 2012 · 2013 · 2014 · 2015 · 2016 · 2017 · 2018
Reckless Wiring 2009 · 2010 · 2011 · 2012 · 2013 · 2014 · 2015 · 2016 · 2017 · 2018
Redemption 2015
Rite of Passage 2016
Shock Value
2013 · 2014 · 2015 · 2016 · 2017
Triple Threat 2011 · 2015 · 2016
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