Three teen boys find a man named Luke Cooper who clams to be a cop in their secret hideout. But can he be trusted? He seems nice at first, but when Luke becomes angry and starts threatening them, will the three teenagers stand together and fight back?
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As I am recovering from multiple strokes, I have had the time to scour TV for things to view. One of them became CWFH. I wasn't that impressed, since I didn't know most of the talent, but a few things stuck out. Having one man, Eric Watts, win their Tag-Team titles was something I don't think I had ever seen. Him beating Jervis & The Hobo was sorely needed.
As the months passed, Tuff TV showed the same episode 3 weeks straight and one week aired a blank screen. What that did was give them time to refresh, and it seems to have helped. When the show returned, they aired the "Red Carpet Rumble". Even though it looked like mostly jobbers, they gave me my 1st real pop when Vicky Guerrero appeared. Since then, they've added Rocky Romero, and from what I've read, Alberto El Patron is appearing at the September 10th taping. With CWFH expanding, it looks like they will try to move up in visibility. Hopefully the action gets better as well.
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