Partial Source: Pwinsider.com
— CZW will run an entire day of events at the PPV, including a meet and greet at 1 PM and a Dojo Wars event at 2 PM with students from the CZW Academy. They will also hold a Toys for Tots drive with local Marines accepting donations of new, unwrapped toys for local children
— CZW will not hold any live events in January, as DJ Hyde will use the time to figure out his plans and creative strategy for the promotion. Several wrestlers have left which resulted in changes of long-term plans. Speedball Mike Bailey left to tour Mexico for several months. Nick Gage is out on probation but was recently arrested again for a violation. Hyde is looking for new talents and thinks that the time after the biggest show of the year is the right time for a break.
— CZW will likely expand Dojo Wars in 2016. They have been happy with the success of the smaller events and want to go to a larger venue, away from the CZW Academy in Blackwood, NJ.
— Lio Rush has received positive reviews for his work and could get a push in the future.
— There has been discussion of Tony Nese working for CZW.
— Combat Zone Wrestling launched a channel on Roku yesterday. If you purchase a subscription, you can watch almost every CZW event in history, along with events from Women’s Superstars Unleashed, Pennsylvania’s Legacy Wrestling and New York City’s Five Borough Wrestling via VOD. You can sign up for a free month at CZWStudios.com with the code CZWONROKU.
— The next iPPV for CZW is the 2015 Cage of Death in Voorhees, New Jersey on December 12. It featues a main event of CZW champion Matt Tremont vs. Devon Moore vs. AR Fox vs. Masada inside the titular cage of death. Here are the other matches:
* CZW Tag Team champions Team Tremendous vs. BLK Jeez & Pepper Parks.
* Joe Gacy vs. Tim Donst: I Quit Match.
* Danny Havoc vs. Rickey Shane Page: Deathmatch.