“In June 2013, 3 mates in Bristol put on a Wrestling show, things have got a little out of hand since then… Riding the awesome wave of the British Wrestling scene, we wanted to become a Wrestling promotion that any age can appreciate. If you’ve been a fan since the 90s, have kids and want them to enjoy the characters and stories that got you into Wrestling, we are the promotion for you. If you’re a fan who likes kick-ass Indy Wrestling, seeing the best talent from the UK & abroad, then we are the promotion for you! We don’t have a niche, our niche is that we’re nicheless! We just want everyone who attends our shows to enjoy them as much as we do, in a friendly environment.”
David Youell, Rob Clark, and Nick Woolcock had a dream. On February 2020, it will be over. Bristol-based wrestling promotion Pro Wrestling Chaos will close its doors. Since 2013, the company has produced more than 50 years and some more are announced for the last months of the year.
I was lucky enough to debut for @chaos_wrestling on just their 5th ever event and I’ve been fortunate enough to see firsthand the tremendous growth of the promotion. The feud with @FlyingMikeBird was something Chaos gave me the perfect platform for. I’ll genuinely miss Chaos.
— Ligero (@Ligero1) August 12, 2019
The company have had a huge influence on a generation of British wrestlers. David Starr, Ligero, Flash Morgan Webster, Kip Sabian, Eddie Dennis, Rampage Brown, James Drake, Martin Kirby, Wild Boar, Robbie X, to name only a few. PWC has also welcomed international talents like Sugar Dunkerton, Jeff Cobb, Jay Lethal or Shane Strickland.
I wouldn’t be half the performer I am today without Chaos.
They gave me a platform which truly prepared me for when bigger opportunities came my way.
As sad as I am about this news.
I’m glad they’re going out on their terms.
Let’s make this final year one to remember! https://t.co/YKO2rytwVM
— Flash Morgan Webster (@Flash_Morgan) August 12, 2019
The company worked on the concept it’s always worth going to see a chaos show. As with the title, you never know what you’re going to get because it’s Chaos. Pro Wrestling Chaos have been running shows of refined quality and their establishment has allowed for some intriguing narratives to evolve and unfold before the fans. Until February 2020, the company will have a few more shows to make its fans roar.
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