What Culture Pro Wrestling

Having recently completed one of the best years in the company's relatively short history, What Culture Pro Wrestling appears to be breaking fresh ground again. With a number of notable personalities havibg departed the company is going to redefine itself. So, on December 4th, WCPW will become "Defiant Wrestling".
Watching a War Machine match, any match of Raymond Rowe and Hanson's, is a beautiful thing. Raw power, aggression, incredible feats of agility and tag excellence. The duo has been ripping a hole through the UK wrestling scene, most recently by way of What Culture Pro Wrestling (WCPW).
It has been a difficult and painful few weeks for Brits. Terror attacks have tested our resolve and yet have demonstrated - as ever - that we will never submit to hate, nor be divided by it. Singular acts of hatred have simply served to inspire multiple waves of love and solidarity for and with victims and each other. We mourn and we remember but we do not give up.
The King of Taunts, The Jewish Cannon, The Product, whatever you call him he believes he is your favourite wrestler's favourite wrestler and the way things are going he may be correct. David Starr is the one-man talent band hitting the independent wrestling scene harder and faster than a Braun Strowman powerslam...
Like Brock Lesnar, WCPW returns victorious from Orlando. What some companies have taken years to achieve, What Culture has earned in a remarkably short timeframe...
From Rhodes Scholar to paper bag enforcer, Legacy partner to Stardust, Cody has already had an illustrious career. Now working across Impact Wrestling, Ring of Honor and New Japan, Rhodes continues to be one of wrestling's MVPs.
What Culture Pro Wrestling (WCPW) have made their biggest announcement to date. As they put it, following the path of the
It's difficult to fathom a happier start to the New Year than UK wrestling fans have had. A WWE UK tournament? Check, A UK Championship? Check. Independent promotions setting the bar ever higher? Check.
What Culture Pro Wrestling (WCPW) is blazing a trail through the UK independent sports entertainment scene. Having already
Whether the Rhodes Scholar, the Miz imitator or the Meta Power, he always managed to have fans invest in his characters - a unique and critical talent in the industry. Royal Ramblings were on hand in London to hear what the man now known as Aron Stevens had to say for himself.