Independent promotion Paragon Pro Wrestling will no longer air Saturday mornings on Pop TV now that TNA Impact has joined the network. PPW started with Pop TV on July 4, featuring talent such as Gangrel, Jessy Sorenson, Victoria and Joey Ryan. The company was somehow able to use talent's WWE themes and some names on the program.

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You can see the press release PPW sent out below.

"Paragon Pro Wrestling will begin airing its weekly program on 4 networks across North America. The family-friendly program began airing across the United States on Saturday, July 4th on Pop TV. Paragon Pro Wrestling hopes to reach more wrestling fans by expanding the networks and times of day that the program will air. As a result of this expansion, Paragon Pro Wrestling has ended its agreement with Pop TV. Their final broadcast on Pop will be Saturday, November 21st. While PPW is ending their agreement with Pop, officials with the company have stated they are very grateful for the time they spent on the network.

Starting on November 19th, Paragon Pro Wrestling can be seen on Tuff-TV at 12:00 midnight, Eastern, 9:00pm Pacific. Other networks include Fight Net, Yoo Too America, Dish Network and WADL TV in Detroit. Check your local listings to confirm channels and air times in your area.

Fans of pro wrestling in these areas can tune in weekly to see athletes such as Wes Brisco, Tyshaun Prince, Jessy Sorenson, Alex Chamberlain, Gangrel, Darin Corbin and more."

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