WWE News: WWE has announced their new “HEAVEN” documentary to premiere on Sunday, March 7.
For the first time ever, WWE Network Documentaries will go outside of the company to tell the story of Heaven Fitch, who in 2020 became the first female to win a high school boy’s wrestling state championship in North Carolina.
The documentary will be narrated by WWE Hall of Famer Beth Phoenix. WWE Chief Brand Officer Stephanie McMahon will provide the introduction to the film.
HEAVEN” will premiere, along with Women’s History Month, on Sunday, March 7 at 10am ET on the free version of the WWE Network and all WWE social channels
Stephanie tweeted about the movie and wrote, “In 2020 #HeavenFitch became the first female to be a HS wrestling state champion in North Carolina, paving the way for girls not only to participate, but dominate in wrestling. @WWENetwork Documentaries’ ‘Heaven’, narrated by @WWE HOF’r @TheBethPhoenix, premieres next Sun., 3/7!”
Triple H added, “Incredible story of a determined young woman!!”
Below is the trailer for “HEAVEN” and the full announcement from WWE, which includes comments from the WWE Network Documentaries Vice President & Executive Producer, Ben Houser: