Crossroads has had its major effects on the programming for the remainder of season 7,
as well as the championships contested.
There will be a "Read More" section to avoid spoilers.
If you haven't watched Crossroads yet, we advice you not to click it.
Boom, Revolution and The Academy will be the active shows for the remainder of Season 7.
That is known from the previous article.
Shawn Johnson has won the RFPW Dutch Heavyweight Championship,
and has decided to add its lineage to the RFPW Championship, which has been restored in its old glory.
He will take the championship to the new flagship show, Boom, taking over from Fight Night.
Fight Night will no longer appear on the E-FED, because of its namesake used in the actual promotion.
The Academy will return, following a new set of trainees coming into RFPW.
Jay Money, Ariella Wolf, Kim Blight, Mercedes Ricci and Jeffrey Blight are set to return to it,
as a lot of new faces will enter, such as Crazy J, KJ Riley, Ian Frost, Alex Cupid among many others.
For those wishing to enroll in the Academy, send a DM on Facebook or Twitter to @RFPWEFed.
With the 2nd Annual Premier League coming in March,
the question is who will win the RFPW Championship shot for 2018's live events, able to cash in at any time.
In the mean time, the wrestlers have to try and qualify for the Wrestling Grand Prix of Belgium.
Luther Valentine and Ivelisse Vélez will try to defend their Formula Championship lead,
but can they hang on with competition increasing.
Boom next week will see the return of a wrestler who made his presence felt in 2016,
by winning the RFPW Championship three times, as he will battle Da Mack for the Cruiserweight Championship.
If you can guess by a tweet to @RFPWEFed with the hashtag #MysteryGuy who it is,
you are able to win a ticket for our U.K. debut live event in Trowbridge, England on Sunday 17th September!