The canvas doesn’t change shape, it doesn’t change how hard it is depending on your gender, it’s the same ring, and it’s the same audience, its sport and business so gender should not come into play when training… Continue reading
After taking their unique brand of wrestling around the world, next Friday WCPW return to the O2 Academy in Newcastle for the first time since 1st December 2016.
Here is our preview of the announced matches so far… Continue reading
I met Sean McLaughlin a few months ago at WhatCulture Pro Wrestling after being introduced to the man by their then-press officer Suzie Kennedy. We talked and I got the information I needed to create a profile on him for our profile section. After some gentle badgering by Sean I eventually got round to creating it. Despite finding Sean incredibly friendly I was genuinely surprised at the popularity of his profile and as the number of views climbed Sean and I connected over silly banter to the point where I would now class him as a pal.
With that in mind when I realised he was going to be involved in the largest European wrestling show in my lifetime, Fear & Loathing IX, I asked him to take some pictures on the day and then chat to me about it at the next WCPW Loaded taping after the big show…
Far too many people far too easily bestow the title of legend on those they admire, not me, for me you have to earn it with blood, sweat and tears and I confidently say that Jayne Porter (aka Klondyke Kate) is a legend.
There was no path for her to follow in her career, no path for her to follow in her life, she did it her way, on her terms and I for one know the wrestling family is better for having her in it.
I was lucky enough for her to give me some of her time recently and to hear her story in her own words… Continue reading
Recently one of our contributers was able to interview one of the most highly decorated UK wrestlers currently working today, Kid Fite. Although perhaps best known for his work in ICW where he is a former Tag Team Champion (he teamed with fellow 55 member Sha Samuels), Kid Fite has also won championships for several other promotions including One Pro Wrestling, British Championship Wrestling, Dansk Pro Wrestling, Deutsche Wrestling Allianz, Preston City Wrestling and the Union of European Wrestling Alliances. As well as performing all across Europe at an incredibly high standard Kid Fite also owns and runs Premier British Wrestling and runs a training school that counts Kay Lee Ray and Noam Dar as it’s graduates.