BOSTON – In a momumental announcement today, EWA Entertainment, the parent company of the mammoth Eastern Wrestling Alliance, announced that for the first time ever, one of its events will be held in an outdoor stadium, as EWA Champions Summit IV will emanate from the home of the NFL’s New England Patriots, Gillette Stadium, in Foxborough, MA.

“We here at the EWA are honored that the Patriots have chosen to open their doors to us for Champions Summit IV,” acting Chief Operating Officer Cameron Black said in a prepared statement. “There’s no action quite like the EWA, and with this two-night event taking place in the home of the most prestigious sports franchise of the last quarter century, the EWA continues to show why it’s quickly becoming one of the hottest tickets in sports today.”

The EWA, a professional wrestling company formed in the mid-90s that went defunct in 2001, was revitalized over two and a half years ago by Erik and Michael Draven. Since that time, the company has grown exponentially at an incredibly rapid rate, and subscription numbers for the EWA’s streaming network, Combat TV, are said to be climbing daily.

EWA Champions Summit IV will take place over two nights on June 20-21 under the bright lights of Gillette Stadium.

Exclusive News Update

BOSTON – In an exclusive report from EWA journalist Allison Haines, we’ve learned today that former EWA Chief Operating Officer ALYSSA MARIE HAVEN has officially filed for divorce from her husband of nearly 16 years, EWA owner and former World Heavyweight Champion ALEXANDER HAVEN.

In exclusive documents obtained by Ms. Haines, we’ve been able to discover that court proceedings have been bogged down by Haven’s mysterious disappearance after the events in Sydney, Australia this past September; Haven’s attorney, acting EWA COO CAMERON BLACK, has filed all motions and responses on Mr. Haven’s behalf.

Perhaps the most telling news of all to come from the documents obtained by Ms. Haines is that Alyssa Marie has not only requested a sizable alimony payment, but she’s asking for complete ownership of the EWA to be transferred to her as part of the divorce. Citing the reasons for their divorce as “irreconcilible differences”, Ms. Haven alleged “years of emotional abuse and alienation of affection”, along with a lengthy court filing detailing the work she’s done with the EWA since Mr. Haven acquired first a stake, followed by the entire company, in August 2016.

We attempted to reach out to Mr. Black for comment, but as of press time our calls had gone unanswered. In addition, we too have been unable to reach Mr. Haven at this time.

More on this story as it develops.