United Wrestling Network held the first UWN Primetime Live show this week, but it didn't go smoothly.
The pay-per-view, which aired on FITE on September 15, featured several title matches, but the show was marred with plenty of streaming issues. Aldis defended the NWA World Heavyweight Title against Mike Bennett and Aldis emerged victorious.
After the show, however, Aldis commented on the streaming problems that viewers complained about in the FITE live chat and on social media, saying fans deserved better and that future streams will get better. Last month, FITE named Aldis as the Special Correspondent for the Global Digital Brand.
All I can say regarding the issues with the ppv tonight is @nwa fans deserve better, and you will get it. Also we busted our asses in what time we had to deliver a main event and Mike Bennett is a quality professional and he deserves your respect.— Nick Aldis (@RealNickAldis) September 16, 2020
Chris Dickinson, who also competed on the show, commented on the streaming issues, albeit in a more lighthearted manner.
I have technical abilities that rectify streaming issues when I’m on camera as well as the ability to produce a corpse. You knew that already. Yes I did tell Marquez to call 911 but I told the coroner to take the body to Billy Corgan’s house. TRICK OR TREAT -- #PrimeTimeLive— Chris Dickinson (@DirtyDickinson) September 16, 2020
For full results of the September 15 UWN show, click here.