Control Your Narrative is coming to television soon. Sort of. The new promotion featuring EC3, Adam Scherr, and others recently announced that they had television deal in the works. Today, that deal was announced. It’s not a television deal at all.

CYN will air on the not-yet-launched Pro Wrestling TV streaming service. The network is set to launch in April. They have promised streaming events from promotions around the world as well as talk shows and other content. CYN issued a press release hyping the announcement.

“@prowtv, which will launch in April, and #ControlYourNarrative have agreed to an exclusive agreement to bring wrestling’s “newest” brand to it’s television home.

“With PWTV, the way professional wrestling is consumed will change forever.” states CYN Co-Founder “ec3.” We are very excited to partner with PWTV to bring the stories, skills, and abilities of a distinct and driven group of talents to the wrestling world.”⁣

In addition to continuing to produce full-length cinematic wrestling feautures, CYN and PWTV will bring a unique perspective of presenting and distributing wrestling to the fans in the form of a seasonal television approach. Each episode will build the stories of the wrestlers, their conflicts, and their journeys culminating each season with a live event special. “Through this approach CYN believes the talent will have the freedom to develop and excel,“ says CYN Co-Founder Jedediah Koszewski.⁣”


Control Your Narrative presents itself as a group of outcast wrestlers who didn’t get a fair shake in the larger promotions. The streaming service will debut next month. No details on available programming outside of CYN, subscription costs, or other staff have been released. We will have to wait and see if CYN can capture an audience on this startup streaming provider.

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Michael Perry

Michael Perry is a news contributor for Ringside News and Thirsty for News. Michael has an M.A. in Communication Technology from Point Park University in his hometown of Pittsburgh, PA.

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